Take aim! Turn them into cinders!Domine Ex Venari, Legio Solaria Reaver
What is the Titan Builder?
The Titan Builder is an exciting new feature that players can use to customize their own God-Engine when playing with the new armies from the Collegia Titanica released in the Titandeath expansion. With this new feature, any player who obtains weapons for their Warlord or Reaver titans can choose which ones to use in combat.
Looking for high, one-shot damage? Then the Volcano Cannon is the answer. Looking instead of area damage? Search no further than the Macro Gatling then. Each titan can be loaded to fit different playing styles and adapt to the evolving meta of the game.
How does the Titan Builder work?
To access the new feature, simply start building a deck for either the Domine Ex Venari or the Sabris Regnum. Then, click on the Titan Builder button that will show up just below the warlord. Now the God-Engines’s starting layout can be customized with any of the weapon options collected.
Which Titan classes can be customized?
Only Warlord and Reaver class Titans can be customized using the Titan Builder. In the case of Loyalist Legios, that means Domine Ex Venari from Legio Solaria and Sabris Regnum from Legio Praesagius. Other classes of titans, such as the Warmaster-class Aurem Castigator, have a fixed set of weapons which cannot be substituted.
How do weapons work?
Each weapon has a distinct ability, from the Gatling Blaster rending apart your enemies entire board, to the Power Fists that deal powerful single damage to a target.
To find out what each weapon does, click and hold on it when in the Titan Builder to check out it’s effects, health and attack characteristics.
How are Reaver Carapace weapons different?
Instead of two shoulder mounted weapons like the Warlord-class Titan, the Reaver-class’ chassis only has a carapace mounted hardpoint. Unlike the Warlord-class, this is not represented by a Titan Weapon unit on the board, but as a unique tactic in your hand. Remember, this is only usable once, so be sure to use it strategically!
How can I collect titans and titan weapons?
Titans and their weapons can be found in faction specific crates, from events, VIP crates or through Daily Challenge crates. At the end of the Titandeath Expansion, crates will be released that contain all of the new factions and cards.
Even more Titan content!
While building your collection of God-Engines and their accompanying weapons of devastation, be sure to check out Forgeworld’s own Titan Builder, and the Titandeath trailer featured as part of the Warhammer Skulls event showcase on Youtube and Warhammer Community!
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