The highest number I got from the wiki seems somewhat possible. Buckingham palace is 30m tall, so having that on that back of a 110m robot seems fine enough. The book itself is fun, and I'm not opposed to a Imperator being that big, it just runs contrary to the lore I remember. It's impossible to know, really. I happened to be in Chicago on business, and stopped in to a GW store where multiple championship GD painter and converter Nathan Comanse hung out. But this has been known to vary, as the infamous Chaos Imperator Titan Dies Irae of the Legio Mortis that laid siege to the Imperial Palace during the closing days of the Horus Heresy was said to stand approximately 43 metres (141 ft.) tall, a smaller size due to the fact that it had no cathed… I've edited the OP as another reminded me of how a Titan's proportions are; far broader than a human of similar scale as you note, which makes the described crew possible. Warhammer violently bends the laws of physics, but doesn't discard them entirely (in the material realm). After a few other comments I'm leaning towards answer three, though I still maintain the number of people depected as living in the titan seems disproportionately large for it's size. it's a walking castle, not a walking skyscraper. ...I apparently can't math well. That's a six to one ratio. Some sources state that the Imperator is around 50-54 meters tall, a novel states a imperator titan is around 43 meters tall (an earlier novel stating it was 140 meters tall), some other sources state that a imperator titan is For everyone that likes Warhammer 40k Tabletop and Dawn of War Games or anything to do with Warhammer 40K. Tried a similar calculation before I posted and came up with a very different answer. On a final note, I would just like to point out that still leaves a 100m difference between the largest/smallest possible Imperator size. Whats harder for me tho is the claim that an Imperator's weaponry can level cities with a single volley of weapons fire. I get you here mate - while the 140m seems to be where GW have landed with them for a the mostly part, the old artwork and the epic factor probably should have them at least twice that (and I'd say three times that isn't outside of some of the fluff). He had built a wonderful looking Warlord Titan that looked just incredible. They sit at their stations and don't move much, so you can just stick them in a corner with a usb plug. Megazord could totally kick the Cloverfield monster's ***. This comment is currently awaiting admin approval, join now to view. With the exception of Ork 'tech' and some daemonic constructs. do you know how huge the insides of the head would be in a half a kilometer tall, similarly proportioned Imperator, where the head part would be roughly as big as that 100m tall Titan there? Edit: after a few enlightening comments, I will now concede that the largest listed height for the Imperator might reflect what is being described in the book, though I maintain what is described feels even bigger; Gav Thorpe describes it like a cathedral/fortress on legs, which is exactly how a Titan should feel BTW. Yeah, but the way the book is written makes this thing seem like a walking city. Also also the vast majority of the crew are tech priests and servitors, maybe some Skitarii standing guard in the legs, waist, and neck. around 100 meters tall like in this image and finally some state that the Imperator is around 400 or 500 meters tall. If anyone has an answer, I'd love to know. Official lore and fan fluff are welcomed. "Warhammer violently bends the laws of physics, but doesn't discard them entirely (in the material realm).". the size of a tennis court at least! But if you look at the size of the people in the crowds and how tall the Statue of Liberty is when compared to a human, it makes it much easier. Without going into anything that would ruin the story, the book has the Titan crewed by at least several dozen, maybe even more; menials as well as tech-priests and servitors. They stand hunchbacked but are often almost as wide as they are tall due to the carapace armor. Some sources state that the Imperator is around 50-54 meters tall, a novel states a imperator titan is around 43 meters tall (an earlier novel stating it was 140 meters tall), some other sources state that a imperator titan is around 100 meters tall like in this image and finally some state that the Imperator is around 400 or 500 meters tall. Also keep in mind that not only are Titans pretty tall, but they're also very wide. Like fight buildings in manhattan tall. that is just beyond absurd. Your comment will be anonymous unless you join the community. thought warlord and imperator titan where bigger. everything Imperial in 40k is stupidly huge, but really, between 140 and 400 meters? May 26, 2014 - Titan size comparison. Been reading this aforementioned book and really enjoying it except for a single point, something central to the story; the size of the Titan. I like to imagine them as sky-scraper tall. For the best viewing experience, as well as events we recommend using old reddit version - https://old.reddit.com/r/40kLore/, Press J to jump to the feed. The size listed on the wikis is old information and GW is making the Titans even bigger, I have completely underestimated just how big 140m is. Well for a city 43 meters is not enough, as aclimber i can say 142 isnt that tall either. This book takes it in a different direction; you've described what I thought was the Titan's crew, but this book has dozens of laborers working under the tech-priests supervision as well. Leviathan is not part of a taxonomic classification so does not imply any of the species classified as such are related. But yeah forty five stories of sky scraper tall is about right for that particular story. Definitely none of the smaller listed sizes for the Imperator, though. relatively cramped, but enough room for moving around comfortably. Second Edit: After further discussion, I would like to credit u/GoldDragon2800 with changing my mind and convincing me that the 140m scale is large enough to reflect what the book describes. From what I've read on Lexicanium and few other wikis, the size of a Imperator is listed as anywhere from 43 to 140 meters tall - which can't be anywhere near the size of what's being described in the book. well imho id love to see a straight fist fight between the pacific rim robot and either the imperator or warlord titan .... now id pay to see that be it animation or in a game 0_0. The world’s first Warmaster Class Titan, (Chaos Imperator) came together through several lucky twists. Or sign in with your social account. Closest thing in scale to titans discription that we have. Some sources claim that the Imperator and Warmonger Emperor Titans stand approximately 55.5 metres (182 feet) tall. and a "regular" Imperator as described in books already causes earthquakes with its footsteps g - a 400m tall megasupertitan could never even move without causing tectonic instability in whatever continent it's stomping on. Helsreach lists Warhounds at 15 meters, Warlordsat 33 meters, and Imperators at ~66 I believe. In any case, that's only the biggest possibility I found. Dies Irae, the famous Chaos Imperator Titan that laid siege to the Imperial Palace, was stated as being 43m (130ft) tall, though it is by no means clear that Dies Irae had cathedral spires, serving as it was during the time of the Imperial Truth. in a Horus Heresy book the head section is described as something resembling the bridge of a starship, with a raised dais for the three pilots and an array of working stations for servitors/support personnel spread out around it. As I see it, there are four possible options: Gav Thorpe was taking some creative license in writing this. Maybe my mind exaggerates. Based on how small the Warhound is compared to the house, I am going to have to say this scale is a tad bit off, as the above comment says, there is no general consensus on the size of titans, but considering how difficult it can be to transport the largest ones, an Imperator class is probably 140-400 meters tall. well at lest they are the most powerful. Even at 140 meters, it would seem... difficult to me for an Imperator to have dozens of permanent crew crawling through its every extremity, or for it to easily crush a 15m long tank under its foot. Well, there is no exact size on how gigantic Imperial titans are, especially when it comes to the Warlord and Imperator.
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