Part-Daemon, part-war machine, a Hellcannon is a massive construct of metal that growls and shakes with daemonic sentience. In battle, these arcane engines heave crackling blasts of raw energy that soar through the air into their targets, liquefying anything they touch and sending the survivors insane with fear. Hellcannons are guided by a team of corrupt and sadistic Chaos Dwarfs. These malign warsmiths escort and restrain the Hellcannons into battle, for the Daemons bound within hunger for a banquet of flesh. Such is the Hellcannon's bloodlust that it must be chained to the ground to stop it rampaging towards enemy lines. Even these precautions often prove inadequate, as there is little that can stay a Hellcannon's lust for destruction. The Chaos Dwarfs load their charge by brutally shovelling the bodies of their enemies into the Hellcannon's dire-furnace. Flesh runs like wax as the Daemon-machine's hearth feasts on body and bone. Soon, only the souls of its victims are left, harnessed in the Hellcannon's gullet as crackling bolts of energy that are fired towards the enemy in powerful spasms of malice.
- ▲ Armour-Piercing Missiles: The damage of armour-piercing weapons mostly ignores the armour of the target, making them the ideal choice against heavily-armoured enemies. They are often heavier and attack at a slower rate though, making them less efficient against poorly-armoured targets.
- ▲ Doomfire: The Hellcannon transforms the souls of former victims into crackling bolts of energy. Targets hit by this projectile receive a leadership penalty. The daemonic bond between the Hellcannon and its shot also allows minor corrections of the latter's flightpath. When fired in first-person mode, you can control the projectile yourself.
- ▲ Unbreakable: This unit does not suffer any form of leadership loss and will never rout.
Norsca gains access to a formidable siege engine that has four pieces rather than the standard one of the Warriors of Chaos. They do lose out on the abilities Blooood! and Boom!, but those abilities are not super impactful.