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Warhammer The Horus Heresy: Knight Houses - Cerastus Knight Castigator

Warhammer The Horus Heresy: Knight Houses - Cerastus Knight Castigator

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Cerastus Knights are sophisticated and towering war-suits, far more agile than the smaller Questoris class. The Knight Castigator scythes down hordes of lesser foes that might otherwise overwhelm even a Knight through sheer numbers. Capable of obliterating infantry formations in a thunderous rain of mass-reactive explosions or carving apart light vehicles with ease, the Castigator is renowned for the stoic nature of its machine spirit, and often relied on to hold the line.

This multipart plastic kit builds one Cerastus Knight Castigator – a lofty war engine that devastates enemies at any distance. Even taller than its Questoris-class cousins, the Knight Castigator strides across the battlefield to deliver a roaring fusillade of shots from its arm-mounted bolt cannon, then moves in to slice through enemy armour with its crackling tempest warblade, which is as long as a Rhino armoured personnel carrier.

This detailed model is highly customisable, with joints in its ankles, knees, hips, head, arms, and waist allowing you to create your own dynamic pose. Its head and arms also offer glueless assembly options to adjust their position mid-game. The kit includes a variety of cosmetic options, including two variant designs for kneepads and greaves, and four hull-mounted icons – one each for Loyalist, Traitor, Mechanicum, and Questoris Household Knights. You can also build the Knight with an open hatch, revealing the seated pilot within.

This kit comprises 247 plastic components, and comes with a Citadel 170x109mm Oval Base. It also includes an Age of Darkness Cerastus Knight Transfer Sheet, containing 517 optional markings and icons for the Knight Households of the Horus Heresy. This miniature is supplied unpainted and requires assembly – we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel paints.

Rules for using this miniature in your games of Warhammer 40,000 are available as a free download on the Warhammer Community website.