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To this end, the banners of both Questor Imperialis and Questor Mechanicus Knights are broadly similar. The general format of a house banner has the house crest in its full form in the upper half of the pennant. All Knights from a single house will carry this identical sigil. The lower portion of the banner is devoted to kill, honour and campaign markings.
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The courts of the knightly houses are riven with political factions, each trying to outdo the others in any way possible. These political intrigues are not the sole purview of the Nobles themselves. All Nobles have a high-born consort, it being considered vital that the Noble has sons to inherit their name and titles, and daughters to marry as consorts to other knightly families in order to cement political alliances.
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One of the rarest and most potent types of Knights, the Cerastus Knight-Atrapos was created solely to destroy heretek engines and xenos war machines whose very nature and existence were considered a blasphemy to the Omnissiah. The machine spirits of the Knight Atrapos are said to carry with them a cold and all-destroying hunger, and for the scion who bonds with them, madness is a constant risk.
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The Daemon Knights of Slaanesh are the first element of an advancing Slaaneshi army, preceding the bulk of Chaos forces and Chaos Titans. Their task is to seek out the enemy, probe defences and attempt to flush them out of fortified positions. The Knights' chief advantage is their speed and agility, allowing them to easily outflank any enemy and to run down and exterminate any stragglers.
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However, this political might is also an important tool for the Adeptus Mechanicus, which the Tech-priests use to try and bend the Knight Worlds to their will. More often than not, however, the Knights' ingrained sense of honour and duty often drives them to follow a course of action that the Adeptus Mechanicus would far rather they ignore.
In addition to their weaponry, all Knights carry potent defensive field generators called Ion Shields. This ancient technology works by projecting an energy field across a narrow arc to the front of the Knight. By quickly moving the position of the shield so that it intercepts enemy attacks, a Knight is able to survive even the heaviest fire, whilst still being able to fire its own weapons in return.
During the Horus Heresy , the galaxy was engulfed in the fiercest civil war Mankind has ever known. Those who remained loyal to the Emperor fought against their erstwhile brothers as the Warmaster Horus made his bid for power. In those days, bonds of brotherhood were shattered and mistrust was common, treachery becoming as much a weapon as Bolters and Battle Cannons.
There are many hundreds of Knight houses in the Imperium, each with its own unique heritage. Of all the knightly houses, there are some that stand as giants amongst their peers.
Though many knightly houses have risen and fallen over the ages, those that remain can trace their heritage back to a time before the birth of the Imperium, and are justifiably proud of their ancestry. Thus is every Knight World heavy with the weight of the past, regardless of its galactic location or level of technological advancement.
As Draco slaughtered all the Sith who came after him, he was approached by Havok himself. As former master and student traded banter, Havok remarked that Draco's disguise suited him well and told him he would do well as a Sith. But Draco simply wanted to finally kill his former master, and the two engaged each other. As they dueled, both felt the will of a very much alive Darth Krayt due to the amount they were drawing on their anger. Havok gave Draco another chance to join the Sith, but he outright refused. Havok than blasted him with Force lightning, subduing him. Draco was then taken as a prisoner of the Sith and interrogated by Havok.
Again, like the Styrix, it is one of those Knight patterns that is pretty damned close to being full blown literal Khornate Knights that stops just short of being declared as techno-heresy by the AdMech.
This guy's real weakness, though, is that he only has the bolt cannon. You need to charge the thing you shoot at, and whatever he shoots at is going to be hurting a lot anyway, so you are going to have issues of overkill when you shoot up 8 Tactical Marines, and charge them just to kill the two leftover guys, not the next unit over.
They're nigh unto never seen these days, but if you do happen to encounter Sisters Repentia, watch the hell out. On the charge, they have Rage, and their weapons have Armourbane and AP7, and they tend to come in decent numbers, usually with shenanigans (Zealot, for example). They will chop a knight into little bits of metallic confetti, even if you charge them and kill one with Hammer of Wrath and every single chainsword swing (Castigators are the exception, they will massacre the Sisters here). Stomp may get some satisfying revenge, but it happens at the same time as their doomtastic chopping action (and the meltabombs that the Mistress and their Priest minders almost surely have). That said, don't be afraid to take one on the chin to stop them from dicing up something more valuable, like a Warhound Titan.
It was specially made by the Mechanicus to curry favor with Knight Houses (or to control them, depending on who you ask, seriously look at that headpiece), and it shows in the unique wargear options it gets. For a start, it has Blessed Autosimulacrum (giving it IWND-lite), and its ionic shield acts similarly to the Flare Shields normally used by superheavy tanks like the Spartan Assault Tank.
Its chainfist of absolute death allows it to reroll 6's on the D table whenever you are hitting something with AV. Essentially, if you punch it, it dies, but that was already true for a D weapon. Also, it has a heavy bolter as a secondary weapon, not a heavy stubber, giving you a tiny bit more punch.
Among the largest of Knight chassis and by far the bulkiest one yet. When this beast was first revealed, almost everyone and I mean almost EVERYONE thought it was going to be a new class of Titan, seriously. this thing is so big it is literally the size of a Warhound Scout Titan for Emprah's sake. As such, it is one of the most heavily armed and armored of all the Knight chassis in service.
This Machiavellian political contest went on for solar decades, until the Mechanicum of Mars was finally able to establish their dominance in the right to exploit the Knight Worlds. The Mechanicum were driven in this by a desire to gain control of the archeotech that could be found in abundance on the ancient Knight Worlds, but were also aware that the vast natural resources and military might of the knightly houses could make them a valuable asset. To this end, once they had established their right to exploit the Knight Worlds, they set about making them dependent upon the Mechanicum for their continued survival.
The wealth and power of the human Knight houses and the Eldar Clans was based on massive herds of Megasaurs -- great beasts created by cloning and genetic engineering by the Eldar prior to the Fall of the Eldar , made to be an efficient source of protein-rich food. These herds diminished over the course of fighting, but as the only readily available food source, they remained vitally important.