Thursday, 8 September 2016

Reaver Titan No.1328- Malleus Imperatoris, Legio Astorum

Certificate Number: 1328
Titan Name: Malleus Imperatoris
Pattern: Mars Pattern
Primary Armament: Laser Blaster / Gatling Blaster / Apocalypse Missile Launcher or Turbo Laser
Princeps: Dystar Fastin
Titan Legio: Legio Astorum
Battle Maniple Composition: Warhound 3622 Canis Ferrum

Owner: Ian D.
Location: Cambridgeshire, England.
Comments: Attached document re construction


The Princeps and Moderatii are ready for battle.

Ian has named these three Hewy, Dewy, and Louey (Love it! - TOC).

Malleus Imperatoris' attendant Tech Priest.

Great looking cockpit internals.

Very lovely carapace work.

A very well done Reaver and ready to annihilate the foe.

Excellent work - TOC


  1. Legio Astorum grows stronger by the day, surely it's the largest legion in TOC. Great job on the Engine, it stands proud in this worthy company!

    1. As for right now, the Legio Astorum sits at 13 combined Titans, due to today's entry. It is indeed the largest Legio represented on TOC as of the time of this comment. Legio Mortis is in second place with 12 Titans. I recently developed a database of the Titans based on something Drake had once mentioned, and we're looking at other ways in which we can use and abuse this database for the good of TOC.

    2. See i do pay attention even if I don't post. The news about the database excites me no end!

    3. No one ever said you didn't. :) And admittedly I come to the site daily, and yet I'm a co-owner who knows what gets posted.

      And why does the database excite you so?

    4. At the risk of sounding like an ingrate, I'd love to see the Global Battlefield updated. I imagine the database could be used to do this fairly quickly !

  2. Beautiful work! Having managed to cobble together a vortex missile for the Reaver I am working on, I really appreciate the turbo-laser carapace weapon!

    1. I always like seeing people make the conversions for Reaver carapace weapons. Hopefully one day Forge World creates the other carapace alternatives in order to make life easier.

  3. I definitely have to say that I love the work that went into the carapace. It's very sharp looking.