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Chompster
Chompster Jun 24 2013, 4:00am says:

it's someones vision of a imperial knight using the dreadknight kit. it's not a official model.

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Calgar Creator
Calgar Jun 24 2013, 4:51am replied:

Chomy is correct, the Knight-Titan design has been used (on the B&C at least) multipul times for a count-as Dreadknight.

Always ends up looking better than the dreadknight itself.

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Predalienator Online
Predalienator Jun 24 2013, 6:06am says:

Well according to the rumours for 6th ed Space Marines they will get a new suit which is described as the child of the Contemptor and normal pattern dreadnought only bigger.

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GhostEdge Author
GhostEdge Jun 24 2013, 8:23am replied:

Does this mean the age of walking coffins is over? Also, the hell is GW giving every faction a big bloody mech?

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[RLM]Darksteel
[RLM]Darksteel Jun 24 2013, 11:41am replied:

because they are awesome?

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GhostEdge Author
GhostEdge Jun 24 2013, 12:06pm replied:

Not necessarily, the more they give everyone one, they less special they are as a whole. I mean, come on, Tau were cool since they didn't fit in the same typical frame that the Imperium, Orks, and Eldar do, where they have a linebacking of heavy vehicles to support their frontline troops. Tau had Battlesuits to cover for their lack of a wide array of heavy vehicles.

Now suddenly everyone has a giant battlesuit of their own that fills the same role as something they should have had a long time ago? Come on.

<Just my 2 cents>

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YetiChow
YetiChow Jun 25 2013, 12:09am replied:

I agree that the battlesuits/walkkers do become a little less special as each race gets one, btu then they are very different. The Riptide has a jetpack, the Wraithknight is a Wraithlord on steroids, the Dread is still the classic Dread with an outfit for every occaision... walkers are a big part of the 40K universe, something completely alien to our current tech. If one race has a good idea then of course otehrs are going to make use of it - as long as they're kept thematic and race-appropriate (e.g. the Ork ones are still mainly about pounding things in melee while the Tau ones are still designed to take enemies from range), I don't see it as a bad thing.

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Supposedly it's an Imperial Knight. You know, those mini one-man titans the Imperium has but never usually speaks of. Yeah, is this the legit, canon design?

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