And while I’m posting 40k Templates, here’s an Imperial Knight template for all your Imperial Knighting needs.
Behold the God Machines of the Omnissiah!
The battle against rickettsiae continues. I’m still sick, but not quite as sick as I was yesterday. However I’ve completely run out of tissues so it feels just as bad as yesterday. Sigh.
In any case I’ve spent my time today cancelling reservations and preparing to contact my travel insurance company to beg for money. To calm myself down from this I’ve also just spent a few hours researching 40k Titans and seeing what I could figure out about the vexatious issue of scale. So I can find these easily in future, I thought I’d put them here.
So here is height and scale data for Imperial Titans (as far as I’m concerned :))
Imperial Knight Titan (Rarely mentioned these days)
Tabletop: 15 cm / 5.9 inches
Real Scale: 9m /29.5 feet
Tabletop: 25 cm / 9.8 inches
Real Scale: 15m / 49.2 feet
Tabletop: 40 cm / 15.75 inches
Real Scale: 24m / 78.7 feet
Tabletop: 60 cm / 23.6 inches
Real Scale: 36m / 118 feet
Tabletop: 90 cm / 35.4 inches
Real Scale: 54m / 177 feet
It would be nice for the Emperor Titan to be bigger (one of my calculations suggested 180 metres, which would require a tabletop model 3 metres tall!), but around 54 metres seems to be the most reasonable figure.
Hope that helps someone out, if only me 🙂