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I think the difference between arcane-turbine-powered mechanikal armor and steam armor is that one converts the steam pressure into magical energy it uses to power the magitech, while the other pipes the steam around to physically push pistons and the like.
An answer from someone incredibly informed like a Mr. Seacat would be amazing: Darius’ steam armor was one of the first things that drew me to the setting, and I’ve always wanted to make an ironhead character: Do you like Shirow Masamune-style mecha?
Liber Mechanika (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying, Iron…
Arlan Strangewayes wears a steam-powered suit of plate mail, for example. Everything is acceptable as an inspiration, even the U.
Edward rated it liked it Jun 19, As far as I’m aware, that’s basically how Karchev’s body works. I always liked the Armed Suits from Ghost in the Shell as a basis for arcanikal powered armor, myself: Mike Shepherd rated it did not like it May 22, You know it would be fun! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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As Lanz said, only Khador has dedicated military units of steam-armored troops. They’re a military standard in Khador when it comes to Man O Wars. Zach Mader marked it as to-read Nov 28, Gravey added it Dec 15, An Ironhead requires a crew of assistants and supporters, serving much like a knight’s squires or a race car’s pit crew.
Within awaits a series of wonders ready to be revealed to the inquiring and inventive The Liber Mechanika is your handbook to the arcane art of mechanikal artifice and steam-follery in the Iron Kingdoms or any d20 campaign world. Absolutely no tears and no marks, a collectible condition. William Hatton rated it really liked it Nov 10, Size-wise these “Iosan Landmates” are between a Light Myrmydon and an Heavy one so they could be considered either similar to a particularly Extra-Armoured and Strenght-Enhanced “Griffon” or a strangely lean and thin “Phoenix” ; there were never been built or even sketched as blueprints some kind of “Wearable Pilot Mechas” who are strong and large as an Hyperyon Colossal Macrae Maxwell marked it as to-read Apr 09, Home Back to Results.
Mountainfrost added it Feb 12, I’m sure someone with the Khador book can break down how much of the overall army consists of that. Of the potential recruits, only a handful have the right mix of daring and and aptitude to actually qualify to strap themselves to a boiler and march toward opposing gunfire.
Aloysius rated it it was amazing Sep 03, Joshua Resch rated it liked it Apr 07, It probably would be featured in Book 2 about the core nations, or perhaps a NQ supplement. Don Rosso marked it as to-read Jan 02, I know there was an early picture of Darius probably from around the time of Apotheosis that showed how Darius fit into his armor, and it was definitely similar to a Landmate.
Suits are adorned with custom paint jobs and given names which their operators usually use as an alias in battle. Darius’ steam armour is what did it?!? If you have any questions or comments regarding grading or anything else, please send e-mail to nobleknight nobleknight. Harakani added it Jun 24, Depends on my mood, honestly.
When the company’s original leader, Hammond “Sentinel” Gowan left the company to accept a commission in the Ordic Naval Marines, leadership fell to his younger brother Flynn. I like the Landmate design a lot more than the standard Man-O-War-ish ones.
Which isn’t impossible in the setting, either. This is a result of the early days of the Iron Kingdoms when Khador lacked the ability to make cortexes themselves, and so had to stretch their limited resources.
Even the deepest of secrets of the Cult of Cyriss are uncovered by author Rob Baxter in this book that covers both the exotic and day-to-day mechanikal devices of the Iron Kingdoms.
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