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Imperial Knights: Renegade
Imperial Knights - Renegade boardgame.jpg
Rulebook
Manufacturer Games Workshop
Released April 2016
Players 2

Imperial Knights: Renegade is a board game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe by Games Workshop.

Overview

Description

Giant war machines duel in the 41st millennium!

Dominating the battlefield with their size and firepower, Imperial Knights are towering bipedal weapons platforms that hold no quarter in eliminating their targets – but like anything else, they are vulnerable to the dark clutches of Chaos. The Freeblade Knight once known as the Living Litany is an unfortunate example; nobody knows what truly happened to this once-valiant hero, only that it has renamed itself Litany of Destruction, and has been leaving a brutal trail of devastation in its wake. The Imperial Knight Ever-Stalwart has made planetfall on Tellerax Prime with one goal in mind – hunt down his fallen brother and restore the honour of the knightly houses, or die trying!

The screaming whirr of chainblades and the shriek of missile launchers herald the meeting of two gigantic engines of war on the battlefields of Tellerax Prime. When such powerful machines face off, only one will walk away – put yourself at the controls of an Imperial or Renegade Knight and march to glory with this boxed game!

Contents

Inside, you’ll find two Imperial Knight miniatures (one Knight Warden and one Knight Paladin), with a transfer sheet to detail them as Imperial and Renegade Knights, a Basilica Administratum scenery piece for your Knights to engage in fierce combat over, and an eight-page booklet containing rules and missions for the game, and rules for deploying the Renegade Knight in games of Warhammer 40,000!

2nd Edition

A second edition of the game was released in June 2018, with a Renegade Knight Paladin and a Knight Crusader as the playable figures.[2]

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