Deathwing Sergeants' Couters

Shown below are the series of couters used until recently by Deathwing sergeants, worn on their left arm.

The couter (also spelled "cowter") is the defence for the elbow in form of piece of battle plate. Initially just a curved piece of plasteel, the couter has now become a decorative shield-shaped addition to the sergeants' Terminator armour.

Couters are not now generally used in action any longer, having been replaced by shield-shaped besagews embazoned with more personal heraldry. However, these are now sometimes still worn on ceremonial duties.

All imagery taken from Reference taken from <Libra Primero Deathwing>.

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