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    87 KB Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)13:25 No.13101656  
    Sup /tg/, trying to write decidedly tongue-in-cheek fluff for a group of four chaos marine mercenaries. General premise is that they got kicked out of their original legions onto a group suicide mission (which they bailed out of), mostly because while they acted more or less fittingly for followers of their respective gods, they didn't fit in too well with their comrades. (For example, a Tzeentchian sorceror with a happy-go-lucky attitude, due to believing that any action he takes must form some part of The Great Plan, no matter how nonsensical; contrast with the just as planned crowd). Been going well so far, however I ran into a stumbling block regarding transport.

    These guys are by no means well equipped, being what amounts to renegade renegade marines, so expecting them to have a warp capable craft at their disposal with the necessary 20,000ish-strong crew is unlikely in the extreme. To that end, I was thinking of giving them some kind of sublight craft capable of attaching to the outside of larger ships, then either keeping quiet inside until they reach their destination, or boarding the larger ship in one of the less populated holds. From what I've been able to glean, the Dreadclaw might be a good choice for them (atmospheric capability, VTOL thrusters, enough extra space to store gear, etc), but my knowledge of 40k spacecraft is lacking. Anyone got any ideas?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)13:29 No.13101684
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    Chaos uses Dreadclaws as assault boats, they could tag along in some bigger ship and the warmaster/captain in charge would be none the wiser.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)13:33 No.13101723
    Just come up with a ship yourself, and call it the Remora. Equipped for stealth and hitchhiking on the hulls of larger ships, with sufficient room for supplies and gear, maybe some advanced comms capability for picking up on chatter from the parent ship (Specifically, its destination).
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)15:59 No.13102808
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:03 No.13102855

    OP:Possibly, although where they'd get a ship akin to that from is another matter. Possibly have it jury-rigged based on another chassis. Or possibly just nick it from an aspiring heretek.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:22 No.13102985
    I like OP's idea. Could make a very interesting DW campaign.
    Less grimdark and more slapstick slaughter and lulz.

    Word Bearer excommunicated for "heresy"
    Chirpy optimistic Iron Warrior who won't stop humming
    Scaredy Night Lord who is afraid of the dark
    World Eater who isn't quite right in the head due to bodged cranial surgery
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:26 No.13103028

    There needs to be two Noise Marines called Billius and Teddius.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:35 No.13103073
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    My God...

    We need a writefag STAT
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:46 No.13103115

    I was considering doing something like it as a DW campaign, although getting my group to play anything that isn't 3.5 is difficult. Chaos homebrew for it can't be that hard, might give it a shot.

    Also, current characters;

    Aforementioned happy go lucky (think FO:NV's Yes Man type chirpy) Sorceror. Kicked out for conflicting with the usual "just as planned" methodology.

    A vain, narcissic plague marine. Noted to be a bit of an arsehole. Kicked out partly for the vanity, mostly for the being a cunt.

    Intensely cynical noise marine with extreme gluttonous tendencies (and a gut to show for it). Kicked out for being a fatass (and not being fabulous enough).

    Khorne marine with a preference for range. Weapon of choice is a huge ass sniper rifle, semi automatic and belt fed. Is not a stealthy assassin at all, preferring to just keep firing huge caliber rounds into the skulls of enemies. Cold, quiet psychopath. Has a dog. Kicked out for reasons of NOT ENOUGH CHAINAXE.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)16:47 No.13103129
    How about the sorcerer has a warp-gateway spell or something that he can only use every now and then, and he has no idea where it'll take them? He just blindly casts it, pushes everyone in then hops in himself, and cheerfully trusts to Tzeentch's ineffable will that it'll take them to where they need to go. In the long run, he hasn't been wrong yet.
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    >> Shas'o R'myr !!J5+vjygjQuK 12/10/10(Fri)17:02 No.13103259
    So...chaos A-Team?

    >wislenn Venice:
    >> Writefag here 12/10/10(Fri)17:05 No.13103275
    >> THE !ARTISTsYfQ 12/10/10(Fri)17:05 No.13103276
    Use a Thunderhawk. They could pilot it themselves, it's space capable, it has combat rockage. Perfect fit. Either steal it from a loyalist and subvert it or pilfer it from a legion, and have it kick back with all sort of daemonic nonsense.


    And holy shit.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:07 No.13103296
    Thunderhawks are not warp-capable
    Herp derp
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:08 No.13103309
    Little question: Does the imperium / chaos have stealth capabilities for ships?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:08 No.13103312

    >I was considering doing something like it as a DW campaign, although getting my group to play anything that isn't 3.5 is difficult.

    I feel your pain. Deeply. Fucking 3.5
    >> THE !ARTISTsYfQ 12/10/10(Fri)17:08 No.13103314
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    Or give them pic related.
    >> Alpharius 12/10/10(Fri)17:09 No.13103322
    If I recall correctly, there are quite a few Chaos warbands with a functioning warp-drive but no pilots, so they just jump into the Warp, hitch onto some Warp-current, and then pop out somewhere else in Realspace at complete random. They trust their Gods to take them somewhere to slaughter, or whatever.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:09 No.13103331


    "In m41.972, a unit of misfit traitor astartes were packed off by their comrades to hopefully go die in a fire. These marines promptly ran away from the approaching caledonian marines to the outskirts of the calixis sector. Today, still wanted by the Imperium, Chaos and some angry scotsmen in power armour, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no-one else can be bothered, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire..."

    "that's a shit name and you know it you fat fuck"
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:10 No.13103333

    if they are the Chaos A-Team, then they need someone like Murdock being able to jury rig a warp drive ONTO a Thunderhawk. Iron Warrior who prefers not to continue fighting other Iron Warriors for Siege Domination? (Murdock didn't kill people.)
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:11 No.13103355
    They lasso a passing warp-capable vessel and use thick mattresses over the windows, closed eyes, thumbs in the ears and screaming at the top of their lungs instead of a Geller Field.

    They don't really need a Geller Field, but what the hell. Warp gets boring after a while.
    >> THE !ARTISTsYfQ 12/10/10(Fri)17:13 No.13103376
    If you really want to chaos A Team, steal a baneblade, and fly it through the warp by shooting it's battle cannon.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:16 No.13103393
    I like the idea of them only having a pimped out dreadclaw the best.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:20 No.13103427
    Gellar fields are only part of warp-capability, you have to have warp drives first to even enter the warp. Most warp-capable Chaos ships don't even use the Gellar field anymore, as the daemons are likely to either bro out with the Marines or run the fuck away in terror. Yeah.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:20 No.13103430

    I just snorted from laughing so hard.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:24 No.13103466
    >Chaos A-Team
    >First letters are all caps
    >C A T
    The CAT?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:27 No.13103489
    Maybe not called specifically the "Chaos A-Team" but just a reference. But hey, why not?
    >> THE !ARTISTsYfQ 12/10/10(Fri)17:27 No.13103494
    Bunch of pussies.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:28 No.13103501
    So the Noise Marine is basically '70s Elvis?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:31 No.13103525
    In the James Swallow Blood Angels books there was a small craft used by an inquisitor called a black ship or something. Basically it was a small warp capable craft (maybe it wasn't, with the next bit it doesn't matter)... that had gear on it that allowed it to stealth and BOARD IMPERIAL SHIPS WITHOUT THEM KNOWING. Stupid "Inquisitor code" plot BS or something.
    >> THE !ARTISTsYfQ 12/10/10(Fri)17:33 No.13103541
    Sure. They'll steal a Black Ship. Hey, it'll give them lots of tastey psykers to do things with.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:36 No.13103561
    >although where they'd get a ship akin to that from is another matter

    a warp storm did it
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:39 No.13103578
    >Intensely cynical noise marine with extreme gluttonous tendencies (and a gut to show for it). Kicked out for being a fatass (and not being fabulous enough).
    >gluttonous tendencies
    >Kicked out for being a fatass
    >kicked out for glutonny

    You do know that Slaneesh is the god of glutonny as well right?
    >> Deathleaper's Fangirl !!YD/t8+iuFvd 12/10/10(Fri)17:41 No.13103595
    Well, Black Ships are the Inquisitorial vessels used to transport Psykers to Terra so they can be turned into Emprah-chow. Abnett's made reference to similar small, war-capable craft used by the Inquisition in...I think it's one of the Gaunt's Ghost books, but could have been in the Ravenor trilogy somewhere. But it wasn't a Black Ship, those are damn big.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:42 No.13103604
    Where will you post the completed story/chapters?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:44 No.13103614
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    It had been a long and horrid wait, the cramped space within the thunderhawk was just barely enough to hold the squad along with their equipment and the makeshift shrine. Fresh blood hung in the air above the defaced visage of the Emperor, remade to resemble a scowling daemon of unknown origin. Now it grinned at the silent warrior-brothers and former Coryphaus Rouk Phauthos of the 48th Host sneered in return. They should be dead, he thought, knowing that the wards of a sorcerer would only get so far. Yet still... Here they were, the warp torn open by a spell meant to throw the unwary into the clutches of daemons.

    "Will it work? Or is the offering of blood from each brother not enough to appease the powers of the warp..." He breathed the words, at once wanting them to be heard and forgotten by whatever might be listening. A thunderhawk was not meant to travel through the warp, yet it was gliding through the blessed aether like a wounded fish in an ocean of sharks.
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    As sudden as their entry, their exit from the realm of the gods was a violent realization of gravity and blaring claxons. The raspy and thin automated voice of the thunderhawk's skeletal pilot, long since fused to the controls by daemonic possession, screamed its impotent rage at whatever they were falling towards. The Coryphaus steeled his nerves, biting down the bile and cold fury he felt at not falling in glorious warfare. The moment stretched into eternity but the impact that would see them die never came. Rouk Phauthos pushed one of his champions from his path as he strode towards the pilot's compartment, nigh on tearing the hatch open to peer out past the fleshy bag of twitching bones and skin that was the owner of the raspy voice. A ship's hull, but a few feet away, blasted open in place yet the vessel itself was clearly operational. Standing still in space and with figures working around the holes blasted by beams, its captain must have ordered temporary hull repairs before it once more set off. All this he took in in less than a second before turning to grin at his Word Bearers.

    "Brothers! The gods have offered us a chance to prove ourselves, ready your weapons, we will be voiding onto the trader vessel. Acquire this tool, for with it we will redeem ourselves in the eyes of the Urizen! Kill for the living, kill for the dead!" With those words the space marines fixed their helmets and sealed their armors. The last thing the closest repair-servitors would see was the cargo-hold of the recently materialized thunderhawk blast open.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:46 No.13103636
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    Shitty five minute drawfaggotry ahoy!


    They'd probably bitchslap these guys for kicks.


    Baneblades man.



    Totally should happen.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:47 No.13103645

    Seems that they were kicked of their legions for not being like the popular perception of what each Chaos God is about, rather than actually being bad at Chaos.

    Like the Tzeentchi guy. He's right. Throwing his full weight behind Tzeentch's plan and just trusting everything will change for the better is pure Tzeentch, even if it's not Justasplanned.jpg. The Khornate guy causes plenty of blood to flow, just not in the way the popular perception of Khorne's followers would have you believe. The Slaaneshi guy is all about consumption and perfection clearly, just not the beauty and sex normally associated with Slaanesh. And as long as the Nurgleite dude is always, unchangingly, a vain cunt, Nurgle's all about disease and stagnation, not a particular type of personality.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)17:48 No.13103646

    Gun-Cutters? I thought Eisenhorn had to hitch a ride with a Rogue Trader to go into the Warp with his.
    >> OP 12/10/10(Fri)17:52 No.13103681

    Got it in one.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 12/10/10(Fri)18:14 No.13103889
    "Larney. Larney! LARNEY!!!"

    Larney, Devastator of Khorne, snapped out of his trance and took his finger off the trigger. The shooting and the splatter of gore stopped and he looked to his companions.

    "What!?" This was less an angry demand and more a sincerely surprised query, like Larney had been having a religious experience.

    "Stop wasting ammo, it's dead," Repeated the noise marine, chewing on some local confectionery that he really shouldn't been able to get his hands on considering the locale was now rubble.

    Larney then looked at what he was shooting and remembered indeed they had helped killed this thing, a Tyranid Hierophant. And for the past ten minutes he had been attempting to reduce its head to mush with a careful application of bullets.

    "Shouldn't you be trying to take it's head off anyway? Ya know, skulls for the skull throne?"

    "Yeah, I have to liquefy the skull in the materium so that Lord Khorne may have it in the immaterium."

    "Hey Larney!" A sorceror of Tzeentch stepped from behind the Heirophant's corpse. It was certainly large enough thing to investigate, "I hate to tell you this but that's not how the warp works. By the way, your dog is trying to bite the tyranid's balls off."

    "How's it doing?"

    The sorceror leaned back, looking over the hierophant's partially mulched head and down to where presumably the point between its back legs would be, "Considering that tyranids don't have genitals, not very good."

    "He's gonna be pretty disappointed."
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:17 No.13103919

    OP: I was going to call the Khorne guy Kurt, but fuck, that was awesome.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:22 No.13103968
    Might be thinking of the one-man ship used in Grey Knights.

    Seems decidedly against the fluff as the pilot was a female Interrogator, precluding the presence of astropath and/or navigator, but I guess they could use short "jump-skips" similar to the Tau.
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    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:35 No.13104077

    They might use a Void Abacus (see Into the Storm, page 140). which is an extremely ancient and extremely rare device that can plot short courses through the Warp without the assistance of a navigator. Unfortunately the Navis Nobilite try very hard to destroy every one of these devices, but the Inquisition might have a few.
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    Slapstick Warhammer is the best Warhammer.
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    When the Grim Darkness of the Far Future goes full circle back into comic hilarity.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:50 No.13104254
    I would read this.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:51 No.13104265
    I would read this story hard-core. This needs to be a full on story.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:52 No.13104278
    Khorn - Larney the Devestator
    Tzeench - Bob the Faithful
    Nurgle -
    Slaanesh -
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:54 No.13104291
    Slaanesh-Damien The Lard-assed.

    >Sammus Cooper
    That is also a viable option captcha
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)18:56 No.13104312
    >Damien The Lard-assed

    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:02 No.13104367
    They need a Chaos Admech named Victor.
    His solution to technical problems?
    Kick it until the machine spirit cooperates.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:03 No.13104386
    how about damien the moderately obese?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:04 No.13104395
    Slaanesh = Excess
    So unless you want to go the rout of Damien getting kicked out for being to moderate...
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:06 No.13104417
    thats the idea. he was gluttonous but vain about his appearance . in an attempt to maintain his figure while maintaining his desire for food he ends up doing both in a half assed manner.

    how about larney the mild mannered?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:07 No.13104420

    I wouldn't say just kicking, I'd upgrade it to general torture of the machine spirit.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:07 No.13104424
    Maybe Damien believes in Slaanesh's hedonism the same way the dark eldar haemonculi view life: To do something truly exquisite takes time and planning. So when Damien does do something Slaaneshi, it's out of the park.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:07 No.13104427
    What about Michaelus the Moderate?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:09 No.13104446
    >larney the mild mannered
    He's still a Khornate Devestator. It's just that he is more Vindicar Assasin than BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD!!!

    >men Gentlege
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:11 No.13104454
    How bout the Slaaneshi was a girl and other marines won't let her in their special club?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:18 No.13104512
    Slaaneshi is the apex of transexualism.
    More like Omnisexulaism.
    And Omnifetishism.
    there is no prejudice like that, only just annoying ass fag personalities and STOPHAVINGFUNGUYS personalities.
    Learn to fluff.

    >THE Maincers
    Captcha has provided the name of our ragtag band or rogues!
    >> Majestic Space Whale 12/10/10(Fri)19:18 No.13104514
    I thought it was the Plague Marine who was vain. And a cunt.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:19 No.13104519
    nurgle - John the Healer
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:21 No.13104537
    The Maincers
    Khorn - Larney the Devestator
    Tzeench - Bob the Faithful
    Nurgle - John The Healer
    Slaanesh - Damien The Lard-assed

    Does this seem right?
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    >female marines
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:32 No.13104606
    OP: Seeing as we're discussing the characters primarily now, I think I'd better post up the notes I've been making over the last few days.

    Dariel "Fatass";

    Noise marine, noted for his gluttonous tendencies. Recruited circa M39 on backwater world [REDACTED], believed Emperor's Children raiders to be loyalist marine recruiters. Illusion of such thoroughly dispelled after 10 years of brutal surgery, gruelling arena fights and debased rituals. Main cause of deep-rooted cynicism.

    Eating habits came about from severe depression during ten year "training" period. Has been known to roast and subsequently consume whole grox. Stomach capicity thought to be a blessing of Slaanesh, noted by his plague marine compatriot as "The shittiest blessing ever."

    Does not like Prettyboy. At all.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:32 No.13104609
    Just being fat seems a bit dull for the Slaaneshi.

    I think a more interesting angle would be to make the guy a total rocker/frat bro.
    He's into hedonism but he just has no fucking class. He'd rather slam a keg than sample some edlritch warp-wine that makes your tastebuds explode. His taste in music is more related to how hard shit rocks rather then the tortuous melodies of the taint underlying reality. He wears shades over his helmet because he thinks they look awesome (and they do)
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:32 No.13104614

    Dislikes cannibalism for reasons of "it tastes like shit chicken."

    Kicked out of original warband for, in the words of the commanding champion, "Not being faaaaaabulous enough".


    Plague marine, noted for unusual vanity and unpleasant nature. Regularly taunts Fatass regarding his weight, has an ego the size of a small moon, generally considers himself to be the best thing since sliced bread. Oddly charismatic, for all his dickery.

    Narcissic; spends much of his time trying to maintain his looks, which given that he's got more diseases than the average cheap hive-world hooker is no small feat. Is often used as a source of derision by Fatass, particularly when his jaw falls off at an inopportune time.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:33 No.13104622


    Tzeentch sorceror; noted for happy go lucky behaviour and general cheerfulness. Doesn't plan things out like his contemporaries; instead, prefers to trust that whatever actions he takes, however nonsensical at the time, will be in accordance with Tzeentch's Great Plan. Appears to have incredible luck; at one point when being attacked by genestealers leaping from all sides in a darkened space hulk, closed his eyes and fired his bolter seemingly at random; after he'd finished, each genestealer was very, very dead.

    Approaches life with a carefree attitude; doesn't let anything get him down, always sounds ridiculously upbeat (think Yes Man). Is under orders to never remove his helmet, for reasons of "No smile should have that many teeth in it."
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:34 No.13104632
    That sounds awesome
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:35 No.13104641

    Kurt Fewes;

    Khorne marksman; noted for preference of ranged combat over CQC. Carries a belt fed high calibre semi automatic sniper rifle, used primarily for blowing the heads of entire platoons off in quick succession; A small section of Khorne's pile o' skulls now consists of a pile of perforated or fragmented craniums.

    In contrast to standard beserkers, appears intensely calm; quiet kind of psychopath. Only marine not to be given a nickname, due to not being a man you'd want to offend.

    Has a dog.


    I hate you with the burning passion of a thousand suns.
    >> Majestic Space Whale 12/10/10(Fri)19:35 No.13104646
    See, I was gonna call the Khornate Larry but I felt that wasn't appropiate, even for a tongue-in-cheek story.

    Larney, the Devestator
    Bolth, the Faithful
    Jorn, the... Healer? What?
    Damnus, the Lard-Assed
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:40 No.13104685
    >I hate you with the burning passion of a thousand suns.
    Or do you mean the burning passion of, "The Thousand Sons?"
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:40 No.13104686
    You know how shite it is to be reading through an epic thread, full of people too lame to contribute sayng 'FUCK YEAH THIS IS AWESOME?'

    Well suck it up cos FUCK YEAH THIS IS AWESOME.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:41 No.13104700
    well, with the nurgle followers, they're "healing" people by introducing them to the wonders of diseases
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:51 No.13104785
    John the healer: discovered by others that he secretly heal people through non-Nurgle approved methods, hence on the run
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)19:56 No.13104827

    >I hate you with the burning passion of a thousand suns.
    >Or do you mean the burning passion of, "The Thousand Sons?"
    The eternal hatred of the Rubric Marines DESCENDS UPON YOUR SOUL!

    >people Emennati
    The popular version of the Illuminati
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:01 No.13104870
    >Nurgle - John the Healer
    Does not compute when compared to OP post of:
    >A vain, narcissic plague marine. Noted to be a bit of an arsehole. Kicked out partly for the vanity, mostly for the being a cunt.

    Maybe he refuses to disease people for some foppish reason?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:03 No.13104883
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:14 No.13104951
    What in the Emperor's Name is that?

    Also, awesome thread. These people need a comedically inept squad of loyalist marines as rivals.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:14 No.13104958

    Bro-like attributes would also make him the natural party leader
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:18 No.13104984
    Or he's more 'entropy' then 'disease'. Father nurgle will get them eventually, no matter what they live for, so why the hurry? All things come to Father nurgle's court in the end.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:26 No.13105021
    /tg/, i love you all
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    I always imagined him sounding like Gaz in both speech and mannerism.

    If that's not bro I don't know what is
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:36 No.13105102
    He's too lazy to maybe?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:38 No.13105126

    If he was too lazy he'd have let himself rot into the standard sack-of-shit plague marine appearance.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:45 No.13105166
    they aren't good enough for Papa Nurgle's love
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:50 No.13105194
    Are there any hygiene conscious Nurglites?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:50 No.13105196

    Yeah, that's it. Narcessist he is, he doesn't want to spread father Nurgle's love around - he wants it all for himself.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:52 No.13105218

    OP: Brilliant. Going in.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:54 No.13105232
    Can you give them Any Ol' Ship and have it possessed by a demon to allow warp travel?

    I'd like a demon in this story. One that really listens to the crew and tries to do his best to help them fulfil their plans (he's just WAITING before acting like a malicious, capricious demon. When they least expect it. Lulling them into a false sense of security. Chronic procrastinator).
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)20:58 No.13105266
    need an archive here
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)21:00 No.13105283

    It'd save me the effort of printscreening this, that's for sure.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)21:00 No.13105285
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    Careful Anon...
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)21:01 No.13105298
    O LAWDY!

    Now I need a writefag to do a WH40k of Red Dwarf!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)21:02 No.13105311
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)21:27 No.13105461
    Bump for awesome.

    >from Jacation
    Yeah, I guess they could treat it like a vacation, captcha...
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)22:35 No.13106061
    This is getting archived, right?

    Now that we seem to have some writefags on board, we need drawfags!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/10(Fri)22:36 No.13106074
    bumping for joy.

    Also, could someone use the link above and suptg this thread? I would, but I suck.
    >> Anonymous 12/11/10(Sat)00:13 No.13106974

    tada, someone else took care of it.

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