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DerEisenmann

The most common of the widespread Castellan-type battle-automata in service, the Castellax is a general battle unit developed during the Great Crusade from its ancient forebear. Primarily intended for siege work and shock assaults, the Castellax Battle-automata is a hulking humanoid machine with a notoriously aggressive and responsive machine-spirit, and an enviable reputation on the battlefield.

The Castellan-type Battle-automata’s modular chassis allows it to carry a variety of different weapons configurations, one of which provides the armour penetrating firepower of a multi-melta and replaces the Castellan’s standard shock chargers with Battle-automata power blades.

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The_Mastodon
The_Mastodon

So much for AI being heresy.

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xivel
xivel

They were a bit more relaxed during the great crusade, allowing 'lesser and righteous works' of synthetic life deemed sacred.

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Neon-Ghost
Neon-Ghost

Well, "Machine Spirits", what else could they be...? Oh Mechanicum .

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