Shaltari Behemoths are an engineering enigma, quite unlike anything the other races are capable of constructing. These constructs are comprised of multiple articulated segments, numerous legs, and no small amount of anti-gravity technology. Reserved for the most critical of battles, Shaltari Dragons have been seen more and more often during the Battle for Earth where their devastating alien firepower has been brought to bear.
The Shaltari Behemoth is a truly massive kit. Able to be built as either an Earth Dragon or a Celestial Dragon, equipped with some of the largest and most technologically advanced weaponry ever seen. Each weapon dwarfs that of any other Shaltari ground unit, even surpassing some units in their entirety.
The Earth Dragon is designed to cause devastation over a wide area to armour and infantry alike. Its Super Disruption Cannon acts as both an area denial and Behemoth killing weapon, while its Bio-Atomiser Fangs can melt infantry or focus its fire to take out armoured vehicles. Six Gauss Destroyers round off this loadout, with powerful anti-tank firepower.
Celestial Dragons are the more focused of the two variants. A Particle Triad offers precise, high energy damage while a pair of Laser Fangs are perfect for taking out lighter vehicles. Like the Earth Dragon, the Celestial Dragon is equipped with six Gauss Destroyers.
Contains 1 multi-part resin miniature with parts to assemble as either a Celestial Dragon or Earth Dragon.
Resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled. This kit will require cleaning and assembly, and could need some small holes filled. Any miniatures or scenery are shown for scale only and not included.
Please note that Behemoths are massive kits, and advanced modelling projects. Extra care, attention, and hobby skills will be required to assemble and paint them. Because of that, this kit it is only recommended for advanced modellers. Some parts will need heating and bending to fit perfectly straight and slight gaps might need filling. We highly recommend pinning the ball joints while assembling this kit.
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