I guess its time for an update:
Archon Sigurder is commander of the Knight's 6th Legion, and is well-known for his immense knowledge of all things weapon-related. He is a skilled combatant and close friends with Archon Arthur. Sigurder's weapon of choice is a Resonance Blade, a precursor to the modern Nova Swords utilized by the modern Knights.
Although all of the Knights are skilled melee combatants, the Shock Knights take it to a whole new level. These guys simply love the thrill of tearing apart enemies at the closest of ranges, regardless of whether its enemy soldiers, orignak, vistoren, or undead. The one on the right is armed with a Nova Hammer and plasma pistol, slow but deadly armaments that can devastate any adversary. The Knight on the left is equipped with a spiked tower shield and a Nova Spear, one of the Knight's newest weapons. Typically used as a ceremonial weapon, the spear can still be quite fearsome in the hands of a skilled user thanks to its precision and reach.
Speaking of new weapons...
This Knight demolisher has the pleasure of fielding the new Vulcan cannon. Originally a vehicle-based weapon, modifications by the Aldasveign Armories have enabled this 20mm powerhouse to be carted around by a Knight warrior equipped with a power pack. The presence of even one of these fearsome weapons can turn the tide against hordes of enemies, and the Knights have used its firepower to great effect against many a vistoren horde.
Details of the Vulcan. That massive ammo drum tends to get in the way of showing details. Despite the location of the T-handle, the barrels can still spin.
The Fallen Immortals are bar none the deadliest threat to ever face the free galaxy. Forever cursed due to their betrayal of Yelandar and hatred of all humanity, the Fallen now turn to foul magic and savage violence as a means of continuing their existence. They can be summoned to the material realm only through the use of vile rituals and immense bloodshed, but to those who can summon them, they may soon find themselves with the deadliest and most fearsome warriors the galaxy has ever seen. So long as they can keep the Fallen under control, that is. Cursed for their treachery, the Fallen Immortals no longer possess the youthful beauty and vigor of their more righteous peers. Their skin is ghostly pale, with sunken red eyes and sharp teeth that only hint at the host of demonic spirits possessing these living, breathing warriors of Hell...
A Fallen Demolisher, armed with a corrupted storm repeater. Perhaps you also noticed the corrupted Nova Swords wielded by the standard warriors? The Fallen are capable of corrupting weapons and armor by imbuing them with heretical magic and wicked demons, in a manner similar to how more noble weapons can be blessed. This makes the Fallen all the more deadly in combat, as the monstrous spirits that possess them and their weapons can only be at peace in the midst of violence and warfare.
This Fallen is armed with a Demon Maul and shield generator. At a glance, it would seem that the Fallen are not unlike the numerous Warhead shards witnessed throughout Galaxia Nehellenium, although it is believed there are far more Fallen warriors running around. Whether or not there is any relation between the two remains to be seen...
Lady Candor and her Knights battle with the vile Fallen, a scene witnessed on many unfortunate worlds across the galaxy. Although both Lady Candor and the Knights as a whole have slain thousands of Fallen, their numbers continue to grow, making them a true cause for concern in the modern age. In this particular battle, it is likely that Lady Candor could effortlessly slay this small host of Fallen, but I'm sure she would appreciate some kind of reinforcement?
That should do the trick!
New from the Armories, the Lionheart tank is quickly becoming a favorite among the Knight Legions. Though the Knights themselves are capable of defeating forces many times their size thanks to their superhuman nature, the Lionheart is a true linebreaker, armed with no less than four size 3 autoguns and a host of other weapons. The Lionheart's impenetrable armor and dozer blade allow it to literally drive through all but the thickest fortifications, upon which it can deploy a full squad of six Knights to wreak havoc on enemy positions.
The side-mounted weapon slots can host almost any known weapons, including autocannons, lasers, heavy machine guns and storm repeaters, grenade launchers, flamethrowers, and gauss weapons. The Lionheart also boasts a pair of concealed Mk. 1 pulse laser for repelling any adversaries that try to get too close. In case you couldn't tell, the Lionheart is basically the result of me dismantling my TIE Crawler and sticking its treads to the sides of a building.
The top of the Lionheart features an ATGM launcher and a turreted Storm Repeater, which is just as good mowing down infantry as it is destroying light gunships. The reflex sight aids in rapid target acquisition.
No idea why this pic turned out sideways, but here's the interior, showing the Knights inside. One of them is facing the wrong way because the flamethrower was in the way.
The Lionheart compared to my recently-completed Mersian tank, which is only slightly smaller than my Arcadian and Calvarian tanks. The Lionheart is a massive tank, outclassed only by super-heavy units. Anyhow, hope you enjoy the new units!