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Inquisitor S.
24-05-2009, 23:54
Hi everybody,

I am looking for the source where the Legio Vulturum Traitor Titan Legion is mentioned. It is supposedly somewhere in Adeptus Titanicus (according to internet search fu) but I would be most grateful for a page number and/ or the book I should look in, thanks.

Leftenant Gashrog
25-05-2009, 18:25
I have been known to miss things, but I have Adeptus Titanicus and can't find any mention of such a legion either in the rulebook nor on the box.

Inquisitor S.
25-05-2009, 18:49
Well, my skimming through the contents of the Box have also been fruitless so far. Could be one of these things where someone just invented that back in the beginning of the net and everybody else was just copying it again and again without ever checking...

Inquisitor S.
28-05-2009, 15:31
Anybody? Come on, I know you Adeptus Titanicus are out there ;)

ToXiK
28-05-2009, 16:02
Legio Vulturum

Alignment during the Heresy: Traitor
Homeworld: ?
Notable Actions: ?
Colour Scheme: Silver, white, black
Famous Titans: ?
Source: Adeptus Titanicus, Adeptus Mechanicus II

from http://z15.invisionfree.com/The_Great_Crusade/index.php?showtopic=1220

Inquisitor S.
28-05-2009, 16:18
That's not an official source. And there is no book or game called Adeptus Mechanicus II.

ToXiK
28-05-2009, 16:32
well i wont bother in the future then

Inquisitor S.
28-05-2009, 16:41
Well, you obviously didn't bother to read the opening post in the first place so *shrug*

Leftenant Gashrog
28-05-2009, 20:03
Adeptus Mechanicus II is possibly a typo of Adeptus Titanicus II - which was the expanded titan rules for Epic 40k published in one of the magazines and later as a PDF - but to my knowledge this was pretty fluffless.

I honestly reckon this Legio Vulturum is a fan invention.. to my knowledge GW didn't start using the whole "Legio" thing until Titan Legions.

Inquisitor S.
28-05-2009, 20:15
Hm, it that was true this would mean that one fa-made source had been transcribed again and again and was passed as legitimate background information...

SisterMordagg
29-05-2009, 00:14
Like caseless bolters

Inquisitor S.
29-05-2009, 08:20
Adeptus Mechanicus II is possibly a typo of Adeptus Titanicus II

I checked out Adeptus Titanicus II and it's not in there either.