Armory of the Symaarian Imperial Guard

Autocannon (anti-heavy infantry and light vehicles)
Autocannon (anti-heavy infantry and light vehicles)
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Heavy Bolter (fires fist-size bolts at an astonishing rate)
Heavy Bolter (fires fist-size bolts at an astonishing rate)
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Heavy Mortar
Heavy Mortar
Lascannon (dedicated anti-vehicle heavy weapon)
Lascannon (dedicated anti-vehicle heavy weapon)
Mortar
Mortar
The trusted sidearm of many Imperial officers and Commissars
The trusted sidearm of many Imperial officers and Commissars
Thudd Gun (note: has four barrels)
Thudd Gun (note: has four barrels)
Heavy Stubber (note: is twin-linked)
Heavy Stubber (note: is twin-linked)
Tarantula Defense Turret (twin-linked, interchangeable weapon loadout, often used for sentry duties)
Tarantula Defense Turret (twin-linked, interchangeable weapon loadout, often used for sentry duties)
Lasgun (most common weapon in the Imperium, used to arm the masses of Guardsmen) (variants include the laspistol, Hellgun, and multilaser)
Lasgun (most common weapon in the Imperium, used to arm the masses of Guardsmen) (variants include the laspistol, Hellgun, and multilaser)
Centaur (used to pull artillery pieces into place along with providing suppressive fire from an interchangeable turret-mounted gun)
Centaur (used to pull artillery pieces into place along with providing suppressive fire from an interchangeable turret-mounted gun)
Tauros (used for harrying enemy flanks with interchangeable weapon loadout)
Tauros (used for harrying enemy flanks with interchangeable weapon loadout)
Atlas (used for heavy lifting and construction while providing supporting fire with interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Atlas (used for heavy lifting and construction while providing supporting fire with interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Crassus (large troop transport/mobile fortress including interchangeable weapon loadouts) (transport capacity of twenty)
Crassus (large troop transport/mobile fortress including interchangeable weapon loadouts) (transport capacity of twenty)
Chimera (amphibious troop transport with interchangeable turret and hull-mounted weapons as well as the capability of allowing its passengers to fire while moving) (transport capacity of twelve)
Chimera (amphibious troop transport with interchangeable turret and hull-mounted weapons as well as the capability of allowing its passengers to fire while moving) (transport capacity of twelve)
Destroyer (forward-mounted heavy lascannon means a very dedicated anti-vehicle tank)
Destroyer (forward-mounted heavy lascannon means a very dedicated anti-vehicle tank)
Leman Russ Conqueror (features a smaller battle cannon than the standard Leman Russ, allowing it to fire while moving as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Conqueror (features a smaller battle cannon than the standard Leman Russ, allowing it to fire while moving as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Annihilator (trench rails included) (features a twin-linked lascannon mounted on the turret as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Annihilator (trench rails included) (features a twin-linked lascannon mounted on the turret as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Demolisher (trench rails included) (features a turret-mounted Demolisher cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns) (note: is designed with reinforced armor)
Leman Russ Demolisher (trench rails included) (features a turret-mounted Demolisher cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns) (note: is designed with reinforced armor)
Thunderer (a reinforced battle tank featuring a hull-mounted demolisher cannon)
Thunderer (a reinforced battle tank featuring a hull-mounted demolisher cannon)
Salamander (heavy support tank with interchangeable weapon loadouts)
Salamander (heavy support tank with interchangeable weapon loadouts)
Leman Russ Executioner (trench rails included) (features a turret-mounted Plasma Destroyer cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Executioner (trench rails included) (features a turret-mounted Plasma Destroyer cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Exterminator (features a twin-linked turret-mounted autocannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Exterminator (features a twin-linked turret-mounted autocannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Leman Russ Vanquisher (features an extended barrel for the default battle cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns) (dedicated anti-vehicle)
Leman Russ Vanquisher (features an extended barrel for the default battle cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns) (dedicated anti-vehicle)
Basic Leman Russ (features the reliable battle cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Basic Leman Russ (features the reliable battle cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun and optional sponson-mounted guns)
Marauder (flying fortress complete with two twin-linked heavy bolter turrets and a twin-linked forward-mounted lascannon turret) (transport capacity of ten)
Marauder (flying fortress complete with two twin-linked heavy bolter turrets and a twin-linked forward-mounted lascannon turret) (transport capacity of ten)
Lightning (lightly-armored and incredibly fast jet fighter armed with a twin-linked multilaser and lascannon)
Lightning (lightly-armored and incredibly fast jet fighter armed with a twin-linked multilaser and lascannon)
Thunderbolt (heavy jet fighter armed with a twin-linked lascannon and two twin-linked autocannons)
Thunderbolt (heavy jet fighter armed with a twin-linked lascannon and two twin-linked autocannons)
Vulture (lighter version of the Valkyrie with interchangeable weapon loadouts) (note: cannot carry troops)
Vulture (lighter version of the Valkyrie with interchangeable weapon loadouts) (note: cannot carry troops)
Sky Talon (designed to airlift light vehicles into combat with interchangeable weapon loadouts)
Sky Talon (designed to airlift light vehicles into combat with interchangeable weapon loadouts)
Valkyrie (the mainstay aerial troop transport capable of many interchangeable weapon loadouts) (transport capacity of thirty)
Valkyrie (the mainstay aerial troop transport capable of many interchangeable weapon loadouts) (transport capacity of thirty)
Manitcore (dedicated ordinance battery with interchangeable warhead options)
Manitcore (dedicated ordinance battery with interchangeable warhead options)
Minotaur (super-heavy artillery piece featuring a twin-linked Earthshaker cannon)
Minotaur (super-heavy artillery piece featuring a twin-linked Earthshaker cannon)
Medusa Tank (features a unique Medusa gun as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Medusa Tank (features a unique Medusa gun as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Medusa gun
Medusa gun
Praetor (dedicated ordinance battery with a twin-linked turret mounted gun as well as a pillbox cab allowing the crew to fire their weapons)
Praetor (dedicated ordinance battery with a twin-linked turret mounted gun as well as a pillbox cab allowing the crew to fire their weapons)
Earthshaker (dedicated ordinance battery) (most common artillery piece in the Imperium)
Earthshaker (dedicated ordinance battery) (most common artillery piece in the Imperium)
Colossus (largest mortar in the Imperium)
Colossus (largest mortar in the Imperium)
Basilisk (features a single Earthshaker cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Basilisk (features a single Earthshaker cannon as well as an interchangeable hull-mounted gun)
Stormblade (super-heavy tank featuring a Plasma Blastgun as well as the typical interchangeable armament of a Shadowsword)
Stormblade (super-heavy tank featuring a Plasma Blastgun as well as the typical interchangeable armament of a Shadowsword)
Stormsword (super-heavy tank featuring a Hellhammer Siege Cannon as well as the typical interchangeable armament of a Shadowsword)
Stormsword (super-heavy tank featuring a Hellhammer Siege Cannon as well as the typical interchangeable armament of a Shadowsword)
Macharius (super-heavy tank designed as the go-between for a Leman Russ and a Baneblade) (features a twin-linked battle cannon as well as interchangeable sponson guns)
Macharius (super-heavy tank designed as the go-between for a Leman Russ and a Baneblade) (features a twin-linked battle cannon as well as interchangeable sponson guns)
Vulcan-Pattern Macharius (features a turret-mounted Vulcan Mega Bolter instead of the twin-linked battle cannon as well as interchangeable sponson guns)
Vulcan-Pattern Macharius (features a turret-mounted Vulcan Mega Bolter instead of the twin-linked battle cannon as well as interchangeable sponson guns)
Malcador Infernus (super-heavy tank featuring the Inferno Gun as well as interchangeable sponson-mounted guns)
Malcador Infernus (super-heavy tank featuring the Inferno Gun as well as interchangeable sponson-mounted guns)
Shadowsword (super-heavy tank featuring the titan-killing Volcano Cannon as well as interchangeable sponson-mounted guns)
Shadowsword (super-heavy tank featuring the titan-killing Volcano Cannon as well as interchangeable sponson-mounted guns)
Valdor (super-heavy tank featuring the ancient and rare Neutron Laser Cannon, making it an indispensable tank and titan-hunting vehicle)
Valdor (super-heavy tank featuring the ancient and rare Neutron Laser Cannon, making it an indispensable tank and titan-hunting vehicle)
Baneblade (the most common super-heavy tank featuring no less than eleven barrels of immense firepower, one of those being an Earthshaker cannon while another is a Demolisher mortar cannon) (interchangeable sponson-mounted guns as well as an autocannon mounted next to the Earthshaker cannon)
Baneblade (the most common super-heavy tank featuring no less than eleven barrels of immense firepower, one of those being an Earthshaker cannon while another is a Demolisher mortar cannon) (interchangeable sponson-mounted guns as well as an autocannon mounted next to the Earthshaker cannon)
Warhound Titan (smallest variant of titan with interchangeable arm weapon loadouts)
Warhound Titan (smallest variant of titan with interchangeable arm weapon loadouts)
Reaver Titan (the second-largest and most widespread variant of titan featuring two interchangeable arm weapon loadouts as well as a back-mounted Apocalypse Missile Launcher)
Reaver Titan (the second-largest and most widespread variant of titan featuring two interchangeable arm weapon loadouts as well as a back-mounted Apocalypse Missile Launcher)
Imperator War Titan as compared to a Warhound Titan (note: extremely rare and costly, but absolutely devastating in combat)
Imperator War Titan as compared to a Warhound Titan (note: extremely rare and costly, but absolutely devastating in combat)
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