Posted by: Turkadactyl | June 12, 2016

Adepta Sororitas- More Exorcist Tanks

When I need to take a break from 40K and decide to get some exercise I pull out my Exorcist tanks and do some sweet curls.  Joking aside there is a lot of metal in these models and it sucks when one gets knocked off the table.  I usually keep the Exorcist as close to my table edge as possible.  Guess what else is close to the table edge.  That’s right, my swinging arms.  I can’t remember how many pieces that Exorcist disintegrated into.  The good news is Humpty Dumpty was put back together again.


This was the first Exorcist that I assembled and painted.  Some of the purity seal matte spray went on a little heavy and gave a frosted look.  Thanks a lot Tony the Tiger!  It is easy to tell that this was one of my earlier projects due to the reliance on dry brushing the gold and lack of highlights.  It’s a nice reminder of how my painting skills have progressed over the years.  It’s a great looking model and one of my favourites in the range.





I quickly realized that like Noah’s ark it’s best to come in pairs.  Exorcists are a high priority target so it’s best to come with two.  Another reason are the random shots fired.  The Exorcist fires D6 missiles per turn.  Having two increases the odds of rolling a 4+ for at least one tank for the amount of shots fired.  The Exorcist is the only long-range option that the Adepta Sororitas have so it makes sense to take two.  Plus the model looks awesome.  I alternated the colour scheme with a predominantly gold chassis.






With the second tank there is a small noticeable difference with the quality of painting.  To check out my third and most recently painted Exorcist please check out this post.  One day I will update my two older Exorcists to match.  So shiny, so chrome.

Thanks for looking.  If you collect an Adepta Sororitas army or know someone who does please drop me a line.  I’d love to showcase your models.  I can be reached at


  1. Always great to see your Sisters out and about. They an army I think of lot of us have wanted to own every now and then.


    • Cheers. I really don’t understand why GW doesn’t put more effort into Sisters. Adeptus Mechanicus is proof that a plastic release will sell.


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