Is there a chart that shows how big vehicles are compared to humans?
Most sources show him with blonde hair, although there was a bit of confusion when one or two Heresy novels claimed he had dark hair. I believe Fear to Tread - as the most recent source - portrays him with blonde hair though.1. does sanguinius have black hair or blonde hair....i thought he always had black, but in art he is shown to have long blond hair
It's all a massive incomprehensible paradox. :wacko:I read that Tzeentch was once the most powerful of the Chaos gods, but the other three teamed up, defeated him and broke his staff. However, I would assume this took place before the Fall of the Eldar. Therefore, did Slaanesh actually exist at this point, or is this part of the paradox of Slaanesh having always existed, but was also born as a result of the Fall?
In the Imperial codecies there's a schematic of a man, or Space Marine, next to each tank, you could extrapolate from there.Is there a chart that shows how big vehicles are compared to humans?
In the Imperial codecies there's a schematic of a man, or Space Marine, next to each tank, you could extrapolate from there.
Forge World's Imperial Armour books have actual to scale schemetics and written sizes though. A Land Raider for instance is 4.11 meters high, 6.1m in width and 10.3m long. Significantly larger than a M1 Abrams.
Were there any particular vehicles you were after? I'd be happy to look their sizes up for you.
A Baneblade is 6.3m high. I'm not sure if that includes the turret though. It's hull is also 13.5m long, 8.4m wide and weighs 320 tons. That's a big tank. Hell 6m is the height of your average two story house.
If you don't land well i could see that distance breaking your legs.
1. why does Abaddon look down on Horus?
2. would a SM legion (pre-heresy) obey another primarch orders..... that isn't there own primarch
so for instance would the ultramarines listen to an order by sanguinius.... say guillaman wasn't there for some reason..... would they obey sangquinius...
Yes, it was a simulator. Rules of Engagement shows the XIII field testing the Codex Astartes.borrowed Age of darkness from the library and read the first story about the smurfs(forgot what it was called)
1. What on earth was going on? Ultramarines vs salamanders Guilliman is Horus da fuck?
i know it must have been a simulator of some sort but. da fuck?? i struggled to follow along with the story. was that a simulator?
IIRC:3. is there any horus heresy books based around the salamanders, White scars iron warriors and iron hands?
Quite simply, because Horus failed.1. why does Abaddon look down on Horus?
Not entirely true, Magnus the Red was involved with sacking Fenris in M.32 as well, but those are the only known instances. Angron is at the moment waiting until he can return and the other Primarchs are just sitting on their asses as they got all the time in the world to do so.No, they're not involved.
The only Primarch that we know of who's led campaigns in the materium post heresy is Angron. He couldn't have been involved in the 13th Black Crusade as he was banished after his loss at the First War for Armageddon.