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Enginseers are engineer-mystics, members of the Techpriesthood of the mysterious Adeptus Mechanicus and its cult. Unlike most of the Priesthood of the Adeptus Mechanicus, Enginseers can be found serving in almost every Imperial institution (besides the Space Marines), and are often assigned to the Imperial Guard.[3]

Overview

Enginseers are highly trained members of the Cult Mechanicus and are dedicated to the maintenance of Imperial technology. Through many years of study they have gained the knowledge of the rituals and litanies that form the body of machine lore, as well as a deep understanding of the more practical disciplines of mechanics and electronics. In this role they serve across the galaxy, often in harm's way, as they will be called on to make repairs on the battlefield as well as in the workshop. They are a common sight on battlefields with large numbers of armoured vehicles, and are often accompanied by a retinue of servitors for assistance or protection. Although most Guardsmen revere their vehicles enough not to risk annoying an Enginseer by 'tinkering,' the modification of vehicles to fulfill a certain need is inevitable, much to the chagrin of any Enginseers present. Enginseer contingents are also included in the mighty Titan Legions and the crews of the massive warships of the Imperial Navy, allowing them to perform emergency repairs in the heat of battle.[Needs Citation]

Despite the respect they usually command among the units they are seconded to, Enginseers are not held in high regard among the Cult Mechanicus itself as their skills seldom contribute to The Quest for Knowledge. As a result of their overwhelmingly practical knowledge, they are often viewed as lowly but necessary cogs in the workings of the Cult. Enginseers make use of robotic arm augmentations known as Mechadendrites that are connected to their central nervous system via the spine. They are used to help the enginseer in repair operations, heavy lifting and for self defence.[Needs Citation]

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Imperial Guard Infantry
Command Company Command SquadPlatoon Command SquadScion Command SquadTank CommanderRegimental AdvisorsCommissarPrimaris PsykerTech-priest EnginseerPriest
Specialists Master of OrdnanceBreacherScoutMedicVox-OperatorWeapons SpecialistSharpshooterOperator
Troops Infantry SquadHeavy Weapons SquadSpecial Weapons SquadArmoured Fist SquadVeteran SquadScions SquadPenal Legion TroopersOgryn SquadRatling SquadPsyker Battle SquadRough Rider Squad


Adeptus Mechanicus Forces
Command Magos (PrimeDominusReductor) • Marshal
Troops Tech-Priest Auxillia (Manipulus) • Electro-priest (CorpuscariiFulgurite) • Myrmidon (DestructorSecutor)
Skitarii (AlphaRangerVanguardInfiltratorRuststalkerSkystalkerSterylizorProtectorProvostPraetorianHypaspistsSagitariiCataphractiiBallistaeTribune) • Secutarii (AxiarchHoplitePeltast) • ThallaxUrsaraxCombat Servitor (Praetorian) • Kataphron Battle ServitorTech-ThrallChrono-Gladiator
Robots CastellanColossusCataphractCrusaderConquerorVoraxThanatarScyllax GuardianKastelanDomitarArlataxVultarax
Walkers Sydonian DragoonIronstrider BallistariusOnager DunecrawlerIron AngelBlack WidowSerberys SulphurhoundsSerberys RaidersAtrax
Vehicles Skorpius DisintegratorSkorpius DuneriderKriosTriarosKaracnosLand RaiderLeman Russ (Demolisher) • HellhoundMalcadorRhinoChimeraMacrocarid ExploratorOrdo Reductor Artillery TankGriffonMinotaurChimeraxChimedonChimerroHydra
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Titans EmperorWarmasterWarlord (Warlord-Sinister) • Siege TitanApocalypseWarbringer NemesisReaverWarhoundRapierPunisher
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