Wednesday, 3 January 2018

New Titan Story in April- Imperator: Wrath of the Omnissiah

In November it was revealed that we had a new Titan book coming.  Today, Warhammer Community and Black Library teamed up to show off what is coming in April.  We're getting Imperator: Wrath of the Omnissiah in just a few short months!  This book is not a sequel to Warlord: Fury of the God Machine and is a completely new story, featuring the Legio Metalica.  

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Interesting to note is that Black Library's book page states that this is an Adeptus Titanicus story.  One can only hope it is a portent of things to come.  Here's what Black Library has to say about the book:

Imperator: Wrath of the Omnissiah

An Adeptus Titanicus novel

The Casus Belli, an Imperator Titan that has defended the Imperium for ten millennia, marches to war at the head of an army of Adeptus Mechanicus – but will treachery end the god-machine's long legacy of glory?


The ultimate Imperial war machine – the mighty Imperator Titan – comes to the fore in a novel by Gav Thorpe, whose mastery of Titan fiction is absolute (just see Honour to the Dead to see what we mean…)


Holy warbringer of the Legio Metalica, the Imperator Titan Casus Belli has routed armies and levelled cities over ten thousand years of service in the name of the Machine God. As war engulfs the Dark Imperium this mechanical god of battle arrives to destroy the renegade armies and tech-priests of Nicomedua. At the head of a battlegroup of Titans, Imperial Knights and skitarii, Casus Belli must defeat tainted war engines, Traitor Legionnares and armies of cultists. While apocalyptic battles rage across the planet, a no less deadly battle unfolds within the Titan itself, as Magos Exasus, leader of the Casus Belli’s Tech-guard, must find and defeat the enemy within before their insidious plans come to fruition.

Written by Gav Thorpe

The book also has a limited edition:

– 304-page hardback
– Introduction and bonus short story 'By Your Command'
– Red vinyl cover with gold foil
– Rounded and ribbed spine
– Red and black head and tail bands and marker ribbons
– Unique printed artwork on page edges
– Includes a page of the original cover art
– Individually signed by author Gav Thorpe
– Limited to 1,000 copies
– Exclusive to

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1 comment:

  1. Casus Belli! Good to see her again! The original Emperor Titan.