Designed and deployed to provide additional power on the battlefield, the Haemotrope Reactor is an indispensable tool for armies wishing to unleash ever-more destructive waves of plasma upon their enemies. An imposing structure, understood fully by few, it is used to bolster the defensive capabilities of the Void Shield Generator – or amplify the already intimidating destructive capacity of the Plasma Obliterator. In a pinch, the Haemotrope Reactor can be used as cover; this can be a terrible decision however, as the cowering warrior opens himself up to the potential of horrific injuries resulting from power leaks… -GW
With following the painting guide from Warhammer 40K: Conquest magazine, here is how it looks so far.
A series of interconnected pipes used to channel hot plasma from its generators to the equipment that uses it Thermic Plasma Conduits can, in a pinch, be used as cover – this brings with it a selection of dangers, as the scorching plasma can cause drastic injuries to anyone should the pipes be breached. -GW
Used to control the flow of scorching plasma from generator to final destination, these Plasma Regulators can be used as cover by the brave (or foolish) – they have a tendency to leak their meltingly-hot cargo when hit by stray gunfire. -GW