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Housing machine spirits which some say became too accustomed to wholesale slaughter during the Age of Strife and the Great Crusade that followed it, many of the more conservative Households consider the Styrix to be a dark and malevolent pattern of armour, the wanton slaughter it unleashes being beneath a true Knight. Other Households hold no such reservations, loosing entire formations of Styrix mark Knights to mercilessly annihilate their foes.

Armed with a devastating Volkite chieorovile and backed up with a graviton gun and twin-linked rad cleanser, the Questoris Knight Styrix is easily able to eliminate large numbers of infantry at range. Whilst in close combat, its immensely powerful hekaton siege claw can smash vehicles and tear buildings asunder, making it a powerful addition to any army.

The Questoris Knight Styrix can be fielded in Horus Heresy games using the Battles in the Age of Darkness expansion as part of the forthcoming Questoris Knight Crusade Army list or as a Lords of War choice for any Horus Heresy army. Its rules will be published in the next Horus Heresy rulebook, details of which will be revealed very soon!

This is a complete multi-part resin and plastic kit, designed by Rob MacFarlane. It is available to pre-order now and will be despatched from Monday November 17th.

So... the first HH-only Knight has been designed, and the next HH book will have a Knight list for its own rules set.

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A bigger Volkite? Shit, I might just find myself getting my first Titan...

Chieorovile, trying to work out what that might mean - Cheiro is hand, and vile is similar to phile - could be hand-lover? Dirty bastards/

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