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Knight Lancer

A Knight Lancer; its Power Lance is mounted on its left arm

A Knight Lancer is a variant of the standard Imperial Knight suit that has been designed for speed and agility. The Knight Lancer is most usually used to perform scouting actions, outflank enemy forces and distract them while heavier units can position themselves to attack. The Knight Lancer is equipped with a Battle Cannon to give it long range fighting capability, but its true armament is the Power Lance. The Power Lance is a relatively simple upgrade to the standard Shock Lance that is mounted on other Knight patterns. It operates by intensifying the bolt of energy normally expelled from Shock Lances, changing it into a searing arc of lightning capable of rending all but the strongest of armour plating and causing havoc in enemy ranks. The Power Lance has a very short range, but its nature makes it the perfect weapon for hit-and-run attacks.

WargearEdit

  • Power Lance
  • Battle Cannon

Canon ConflictEdit

The original incarnation of the Knight Lancer was provided in the supplement found in White Dwarf Magazine #126 (UK) edition. This account of the Knight Lancer's history has largely been superseded by newer canon in accordance to Codex: Imperial Knights (7th Edition). It has instead, been replaced by the Cerastus Knight-Lancer. Please note, that this version contains old background information that is no longer considered canon according to the current iteration of the Warhammer 40K universe.

SourcesEdit

  • Titan Legions (2nd Edition), pp. 28-29
  • White Dwarf #182 (UK), " 'Eavy Metal: Forces of the Imperium," pg. 38
  • White Dwarf #126 (UK), "Space Marine - Knights," by Andy Chambers, pp. 31, 38, 42, 45

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