Taller, broader and more cleverly wrought than the traditional Dreadnought desin, these goliaths are powered by hyper-dense reactors and sophisticated fibre bundles. Such is the miraculous design of the Redemptor’s neural links that its inhabitant, despite being entombed in the sarcophagus within the Dreadnought’s chest, can exercise control with surprising dexterity and speed.
It is whispered that the advanced systems of the Redemptor are a curse as well as a blessing. The Mechanicum Tech-Priests that first built these walking machines of destruction spared little thought to the health of the incumbent, seeing him as little more than another part to be interred or replaced as necessary. Many of those Redemptors that have fought for a sustained period have already had their sarcophagi replaced, their original pilots burned out by the intensity of the machine’s destructive prowess.
Redemptor Dreadnoughts wield an array of devastating weaponry including a Onslaught Heavy Gatling Cannon or Macro Plasma Incinerator on its right arm and a Redemptor Fist with Heavy Flamer or Onslaught Gatling Cannon on its left. It is also equipped with 2 chest-mounted Fragstorm grenade launchers or storm bolters and a carapace-mounted Icarus Rocket Pod for air defense.
Notable Redemptor Dreadnoughts
- Malcades - Ultramarine, the first Primaris Space Marine to fall in Ultramar.
- Tallus - Dark Angels
- Oriax - Sons of Guilliman
- Lazarius - Silver Skulls
- Rahellion - Deathwatch
- Gideon - Deathwatch
- Zachorial - Deathwatch
- Purgatus Rex - Deathwatch
- Asger - Space Wolves
- Kurggar Fyrfist - Space Wolves
- 1: Primaris Space Marines: FAQ
- 2: Dark Imperium (Novel) by Guy Haley, Chapter Twenty-One
- 3: Games Workshop
- 4: Codex: Space Marines (8th Edition) pg.83
|Command||Captain • Lieutenant • Chapter Ancient|
|Specialists||Librarian • Apothecary • Chaplain|
|Troops||Intercessor • Hellblaster • Reiver • Aggressor|
|Walkers & Vehicles||Redemptor Dreadnought • Repulsor • Astraeus|