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    37 KB Let's make an IG Regiment Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:36 No.15086122  
    Since there aren't enough regiments for /tg/ 40,000 (IIRC it's Just the various PDF units for the Astartes worlds.)
    So, let's get cracking!
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)20:38 No.15086140
    rolled 5 = 5

    Rolling for world type.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:40 No.15086162
    rolled 47 = 47

    Alright, It's a hiveworld. Rolling for terrain.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)20:40 No.15086164
    rolled 88 = 88

    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:42 No.15086180
    It's a Desert Hive world. Yays.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)20:42 No.15086184
    rolled 71 = 71

    Sup dude
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:44 No.15086204
    Nice to see you man.
    Anyone want to roll for Regiment type (1d7) or Specialty (1d100)?
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)20:47 No.15086227
    rolled 3 = 3

    I say Regiment before
    but whatahell
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:49 No.15086236
    Yeah. Same here.
    It's a Guard Regiment.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)20:51 No.15086254
    rolled 29 = 29

    Rawlling for Specialty

    I believe i should put more things in the Charts, but this is a good test of it
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)20:52 No.15086258
    rolled 81 = 81

    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:52 No.15086261
    Anyone want to roll for Regimental Type?
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)20:53 No.15086267
    rolled 10 = 10

    WHat else could it have been other than a guard regiment? Penal legion, Skitarii or something?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:53 No.15086272
    Awesome. Regular infantry.
    Plz ignore >>15086261 I didn't see the last posts.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)20:53 No.15086274
    rolled 52 = 52

    What Kinda of defence force is the regiment(1d7)
    1-3: Imperial Guard
    3-4: Planetary Defence Force
    5-6: Militia
    7: Penal Legion

    here the charts
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)20:55 No.15086287
    Yeah, so we've got a regular infantry Regiment from a Desert Hive world.
    Now, how are we doing with Specialty and loyalty?
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)20:58 No.15086311
    rolled 7 = 7

    just roll with it
    rolling for specialty
    it seems that i have to equilibrate the Charts to now get kinda of bland
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:00 No.15086324
    rolled 2 = 2

    Fucking Hell
    My Rolls are Kinda of Bland right now
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:00 No.15086333
    rolled 3 = 3

    Yeah, that might be a good idea.
    Regimental Specialty is Ranged Combat.
    rolling for loyalty now.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:01 No.15086338
    Using yours, Unit is loyal.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:03 No.15086357
    rolled 3 = 3

    i have to laugh at this
    so we got a typical Regiment rolling with this right?
    Oh Well
    Rolling for Sex
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:03 No.15086358
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    Alright, now, how do we do the numbers for the gender makeup, and all of that? 1d3 doesn't seem to be suitable.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:06 No.15086375
    Okay then, if it's an even mix, it seems that they're all female. Vanilla Guard no-more.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:06 No.15086378
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:07 No.15086391
    ok fine by me
    Ranged Combat, so alot of Lasers and Snipers.
    And they're in the desert
    So we could call help from crazy hassan
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:07 No.15086392
    Okay then, they're vanilla guard again. Shit.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:08 No.15086400
    We probably should.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:09 No.15086418
    rolled 8 = 8

    Alright, let's try for gender again.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:11 No.15086432
    rolled 10 = 10

    Hallelujah, they're all chicks!
    That probably explains the Ranged Combat specialty.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:17 No.15086479
    they're ranged girls on the desert
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:18 No.15086488
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    Mm-hmm. The men all stay at home and trade camels to hapless travellers.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:22 No.15086516
    Dem Crazy Mens
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:24 No.15086539
    How about:
    The Arianus 27th Regiment.
    Due to harsh tithe rates, 1/2 of the men and women are forced to enlist at the age of 16.
    Due to strict religious customs of the planet, no unmarried or unrelated man and woman may share the same sleeping room or dining space.
    Due to these customs the men and women are enlisted into seperate regiments. The men into the even numbered ones, the women into the odd numbered ones.
    The men specialize in close-combat tactics developed from popular fighting rings and bouts in their hives. The women on the other hand specialize in ranged attacks due to prohibitions on female contact. This means the women are more often the ones who drive the tanks, man the artillery and act in various support roles.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:26 No.15086542
    Roll for Friends and Enemies? (1d100 each)
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:27 No.15086549
    Sounds cool.
    >> Ragnasal !!IDPwmdBD5xo 05/28/11(Sat)21:27 No.15086564
    *Prays for Nids*
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)21:31 No.15086601
    rolled 99, 80 = 179

    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:33 No.15086616
    rolled 75 = 75

    Sweet, taking first as friends, second as enemies.
    Friends: Schola Progenium
    Enemies: Random Chaos-aligned group.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:35 No.15086630

    Sounds pretty good.
    Hell, sounds like this planet needs some fluffing.

    If women drive the tanks more often, do the male regiments edge towards Sentinels?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:35 No.15086633
    So, how should these friends and enemies relate to the Arianus regiments?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:37 No.15086642
    Maybe. And yes, this place needs lots of fluffing.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:41 No.15086691
    Seen as an ideal recruiting and training ground by the Schola Progenium, the Arianius regiments are often used as the first assignment for fresh from school Commissars and Stormtroopers.

    Its not often talked about in recent times, but nearly 400 years ago Arianus was a lushy, verdant planet whose vast jungles were seen as wonderful resorts for the rich and famous of the sector.
    That was until the Cult of the Pestilent Hand ripped open a chaos gate under the most populated hive and thousands of nurglings poured through. Within days anyone not inside one of the sealed off hives was destroyed and the vegetation on the world wilted under the curse of a thousand deseases. Only the intervention of the Dark Angels space marine chapter prevented the total fall of Arianus into Chaos. To this day the Cult continues its activities in secret, both on planet and elsewhere in the sector, forcing the guardsmen of Arianus to be constantly on alert for any Chaos activity.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:43 No.15086706

    Random chaos aligned group:

    Fighting rings and combat are a focus of nearly all levels of hive life on Arianus. Nowhere was that more true than Hive Quateris, oddly named third largest hive on the planet. So popular in fact was it, that it became the only hive to change laws regarding male and female contact, in order to allow greater participation in fights. At the 1473rd annual championship however, the final fight turned sour.
    The reigning champion, approaching older age and near obsolescence in the fighting ring, turned away from a faith in the Emperor, and instead, sought out Khorne's favour to win him honour in the ring.
    He manifested demonic prowess, and slaughtered his opponent, as well as half of the audience.

    The smoking remains of Hive Quateris are a constant reminder to the rest of Arianus of what might happen if they go overboard, and they symbolise what all Arinusians hate most: khorne and his bloodthirsty brethren.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:45 No.15086729
    Why not have both?
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:47 No.15086743
    Incidentally, there are a bunch of ways we could take this.
    Humorous: The regiment is getting a new Commissar and : 1. A "harem" type situation erupts with all the girls trying to get the dreamy commissar. 2. In a freak mix up, a male commissar gets assigned to the female regiment, while a female commissar gets assigned to the 28th. Shenanigans ensue. 3. After their fairly lenient male commissar leaves for a new assignment, the regiment is told they are getting a female commissar. They are excited until it turns out that the new commissar is much tougher than the last. Eventually they end up serving alongside their old commissars new regiment and persuade him to come back. 4. Turns out that Nurgle has wrested control of periods away from Khorne and is using the extra power to launch a new attack on the sector, can the girls fight off this new incursion despite it being that time of the month??

    1. Any normal 40K scenario really...
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:49 No.15086756
    Write it.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)21:57 No.15086811
    Eheheh. Thinking about it, the poor troops seconded to the 27th must have to go through so much crap with the contact taboo, and the other things.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)21:59 No.15086827

    On that note actually, they'd probably be eager to work alongside the SoBs.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)22:04 No.15086874
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    The ties to the Schola probably help with that.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)22:10 No.15086940
    Alright, it's kinda late where I am, so I'm going to have to log off soon.
    So, I'm starting the archive process.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)22:11 No.15086954

    Also a good point.
    Maybe they're a good recruiting point for SoB initiates (if thats how the SoB work? I know fuck all about them) for the women, and the men make good commisariat candidates.

    With the way their world has been fucked by chaos, theyre going to be even stronger in their faith in the Emperor, making them all good candidates for either role.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)22:16 No.15087019
    A good recruiting site for the Scholas, yes.
    Maybe the children of the Arianius regiments are sent to a Schola after they hit a certain age, as a standard thing? That'd explain a good part of the relationship. Maybe even to a Schola on Arianius?
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)22:18 No.15087053

    A local schola could work pretty well.
    Maybe local SoBs as well, with a shrine in the mountains somewhere, hence the Chaos interest in the world.
    >> Anonymous 05/28/11(Sat)22:22 No.15087104
    Guardsmen are always the darkest and grimmest of the grimdark, so I vote this be a humor chapter.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)22:28 No.15087173
    So, in my opinion not a Full Humor Chapter.
    Maybe with considerating "bright", but still being the old guardsman that we all fall in love with it
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)23:01 No.15087504
    Agreed. Not full on humor, but just sort of brighter than average, and with a wink and a nod?

    Yeah, that'd make some level of sense, especially with the cult nearby.

    Anyone want to do something about how the regimental uniform? I'd rather not they go full Tallarn.
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/28/11(Sat)23:04 No.15087536
    So curious
    what do you guys thinks about the charts?
    what do you want to see on them?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)23:18 No.15087650
    They're nice, but they need the rolls for everything, and maybe subdivide the Infantry category, and part it out more, between the other types of infantry. Maybe add a Mixed unit one as well.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/28/11(Sat)23:51 No.15087913
    Okay, to sum things up:
    Arianus is a Desert Hive world (Need more info.) with a Schola Progenum, and a Monastery. Multiple hives, but surface is mostly desert (with scattered oasis, etcetera, and some surface farms fed by irrigation? x% is water, and the terrain is somewhat mountainous/rugged?)
    As a result, the Guard Regiments (Divided by gender) have very good ties to them, and are on good terms with the Sisters of Battle.
    Male regiments favor Close combat and Female regiments favor Ranged Warfare, and vehicular combat. Because of Taboos against contact between genders and female contact.
    Arianus has had a few close scrapes with Chaos in the past, including the (partial?) destruction of the Biosphere by a Nurglite cult, and the destruction of a Hive by Khornate cultists.
    As penance, the Tithe is significantly larger than it should be, but the children of the Guardsmen sometimes (Frequency?) return to Arianus and are educated by the Schola Progenum.

    About the 27th: It is an all Female Infantry Regiment, (possibly lightly motorized,) with a preference for Ranged combat. So, probably a higher than average number of Snipers, and weapons teams.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/29/11(Sun)00:49 No.15088366
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    Fine, one last bump for the night. Thank you all for your contributions so far, this has been quite the interesting thread.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)02:55 No.15089467
    Writefaggotry incoming:
    Criticism/ideas more than welcome.

    It seemed like it had been months since their deployment to the bulwarks around the ruins of Hive Quintillius. Even now, hundreds of years after the Nurglite incursion, the abandoned and decaying hive city still inspired chills in those that looked at it. Part of that was the grand majesty the ruined precipices of the city inspired. Part was the reason they were here. On rare occasion a band of nurglings would emerge from the city, hidden for centuries in some of its many turns and passageways and make a beeline for the nearest populated area, a medium sized township responsible for a fraction of worlds main export, focusing gems needed for lasguns.
    Of course, Abby didn't really care about any of that. As far as she was concerned the small enclosure of her sniper position and the dozens of meters of defensive lines she was responsible for might as well have been the open plains. It was her first assignment, stand watch over the decaying monolith along with her squadmates from the 27th, a few Sisters of Battle to observe them, and a quarter mile closer to the city, two squads of the 28th, the 27ths "brother" regiment. After a year of intense training from Schola Progenium candidates, and even more intense scrutiny from the candidates instructors, being out of the academy was a blessing. Even more exciting was the prospect of being around boys, even though they were off-limits and across a well-mined no-man's-land. However such thoughts flew from Abby's head at a sound she had been told she'd likely never hear.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)02:55 No.15089475

    had been told she'd likely never hear.
    The rusty, old klaxon's pealed their cry across the defenses, triggered by a watchman in the forward trench. For the first time in 3 years it seemed a group of demons had managed to stumble their way out of the carcass of the city. "Allright girls, take your positions, just like in the drills. We are in no danger back here, so there's no need to be nervous." rang the calm voice of Sister Alexandra. With a hussle of activity the girls complied. There were only 12 of them, but they were determined not to allow any of the enemy through. "Hope you're not nervous, Abs" whispered her spotter Chrissy, "I've done this half a dozen times before, just relax and remember your training and you'll do fine." Abby sighed, Chrissy was probably right, after all Chrissy had helped beat back that Tyranid splinter fleet a couple of sectors over a few years back, and if a Tyranid invasion force didn't scare her, then what were a few lesser demons?

    Readying herself, Abby surveyed the forward trenches through her sight. There was no real need to focus, the guardsmen had been more than willing to go out and paint range markers in front of their trenches for the snipers, and she'd had nothing better to do for the last 2 weeks but practice shooting the rocks the 28th had painted. It was at that moment that she got her first look at the Great Enemy. They were vile disgusting creatures, no two alike. Some ran on all fours, others shambled forward on two, and close to the back she could swear there was one with 5 legs, loping with some strange lopsided stride. All told, it looked to be one of the larger groups to emerge from the hive in quite some time, maybe twenty to twenty five puss spewing corpse bags.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)02:56 No.15089481
    Steadying herself from the sight, Abby asked for the first target, Chrissy gave her the closest monster, a bipedal freak with a horn growing, seemingly, from its chin. With only a click in confirmation, Abby pulled the trigger on her overcharged lasrifle. She was greeted with the welcome sight of watching the shoulder of the abomination disintegrate. However her joy was short lived as she realized the creature continued to shamble forward. Chrissy hissed at the sight. "Dang, these things don't like to go down. Give him another round, aim for the head this time." Easier said then done, Abby thought to herself, steadying the gun for another shot. Again the gun rang out with but a click, but this time the results were much more encouraging. The shot hadn't quite hit the head, but with the neck now missing, the demon flopped to the sand regardless.

    "Yeah! Bullseye!" Chrissy exclaimed. "Concentrate, ladies!" came the barked reply from Sister Alexandria, "There's more than one down there." Slightly humbled, Chrissy turned back around and continued to deal out targets. Time and time again the lasrifle clicked. Sometimes the clicks signaled the end of a demon's time on that plane, but more often the shots found the hot desert floor. Soon it became obvious that despite Abby and the other sniper's best efforts, at least a dozen of the monsters would reach the first line of defense. No longer wanting to take the chance of accidently hitting on of the men, Abby found her role in the battle relegated to observer.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)02:57 No.15089493

    Her attention though, was as much on the fighting men of the 28th as it was on the demons spilling into their trenches. It was the first time in nearly 18 months since she'd volunteered to become a guardsman that she'd seen a man who wasn't a member of the commissariat and at least twice her age. Seeing these boys, No, Men, her own age, even in these circumstances was a welcome sight. She wondered, was Jonas down there? He had enlisted 2 weeks before she had. They had been nearly inseperable before that, friends since their families had moved to the same level of the spire mere days apart when they were 4. She hurridly scanned the trenches and...YES! He was down there, she'd recognize the brown curls on his head anywhere. It looked like he was rushing to help fend off the attackers, though he appeared to have been in the middle of something. His shirt was unbuttoned and flapping in the breeze as he moved to give himself a clear shot.

    Abby's heart was beating fast, she couldn't tell if it was from the adrenaline of the battle or the thought of seeing her childhood friend for the first time, and all grown up at that. However, her ruminations were not to last, though Jonas and two other guardsmen were doing a great job of stopping two of the demons from advancing any further, they had not seen the demon drop into the trench behind them. Letting out a squeak, Abby let her reflexes take over, sighting the gun quicker than she ever had before and drawing a bead on the monsters head. *Click* sounded the rifle. *Splat* went the demon's head. Alerted by the sound, Jonas whipped around to the gory sight of a headless demon toppling over. Smile on his face he turned momentarily towards the sniper tower and waved before diving headfirst back into the fray.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)02:57 No.15089496

    HE WAVED! Did he know it was her? How could he? Did it matter? Should she tell him the next time she..."Abby, girl, what's up with you?" Chrissy's voice interceded on her thoughts. "Girl, you're blushing so hard they can probably see you from space!" "Oh! It's, uh, nothing Chrissy! Really...", "Sure, girl, whatever you say..." Abby just turned back to her gun and smiled. Perhaps this deployment wouldn't be so bad after all.

    and Fin.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)03:05 No.15089559
    bump for feedback
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/29/11(Sun)11:19 No.15092483

    Glorious Writefaggotery mister
    >> annon 05/29/11(Sun)14:12 No.15093741
    exelent pice o' work right there!

    is this archived or transcripted onto 1d4chan?
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/29/11(Sun)14:19 No.15093810
    I Know it has been archived.
    no idea on the 1d4chan
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/29/11(Sun)17:01 No.15095137
    I Return!
    It has been Archived. It does not have a 1D4 page.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/29/11(Sun)17:52 No.15095313
    I'm thinking as a general thing, that every Squad has at least a Designated Marks(wo)man with a Long-las or Needle-rifle. Gas masks might be used as a regular sort of thing to protect the troops eyes and in sandstorms (if the local conditions are the sort to cause them.)
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/29/11(Sun)23:00 No.15098112
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)23:48 No.15098634
    Creating a 1d4chan page for the unit, calling it the Arianius Divided Regiments.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/29/11(Sun)23:59 No.15098725
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)00:28 No.15098998
    It's created!
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)00:40 No.15099108
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    Would it be preposterous to posit the possibility of a gerudo reference? It seems like a prime opportunity.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)00:43 No.15099134
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    Anyone want to do the stats for Arianius (Like population, number of hives, stuff like that?)
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)00:44 No.15099140
    Go for it.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)01:03 No.15099285

    Support for the Gerudo idea, then:

    The populace is not indigenous. They're refugees from a planet the people of which resembled (Irish/Scots, whichever is more likely to be redheaded) and was destroyed in a <insert prime foe here> incursion. The refugees, along with the remnant of the Tallarn regiment that held off the enemy, were gifted a new planet. With no other option, the people integrated and adapted to the arid climate, hence the red/auburn hair (considered highly attractive by the Tallarn vets who would help to populate the world) and desert skin tones.

    Males are a rarities, which forces the Arianus regiments to be overwhelmingly female. (I figured either the social workings of the planet or the dangerous responsibilities of males would keep their numbers down. Possibly a mix of both and a quirk of biology?)

    Just a bit about their tactics, disregard if I derp it up.
    Given the vast expanses of the planetary deserts and the verticality of their hives, the Arians (reference to the language group mistaken for a master race by everyone's favorite German?) rapidly took to ranged weaponry. They became renowned in theirs and neighboring systems for their ability to put a slug/lasblast into a target hundreds of meters away, and developed an intuitive sense for finding excellent and ingenius sniper nests, *and* finding those of the enemy.

    While not generally regarded as a stealthy regiment (a la the Tanith) they were highly mobile and 'discrete' in their deployments, travelling by night and often taking up positions with minimal show.
    >> annon 05/30/11(Mon)01:09 No.15099344
    i say we hop to it.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)01:16 No.15099407
    that it does. Maybe some of the more notable members of the regiment?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)01:29 No.15099526
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    I'd say that works, especially the history bits, but we did establish the sort of arrangement with the regimental mix. Although, having the male regiments as at least mildly competent at ranged combat might make sense, although they wouldn't be as dedicated as the Female regiments.
    Other than that, it's great.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)02:42 No.15100119
    Bueller? Bueller?
    Alright, I'm thinking for planet stats, I'm just going to ask for some numbers. Could someone else roll a 3D6, and 2D100?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)02:44 No.15100137
    Actally, add another 3D6 on to that.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:52 No.15100210
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    Can the Sentinels be heavily modified to be like Brawler version of Pentient Engines?
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)02:53 No.15100227
    That's got to be some sort of Tech heresy.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)03:15 No.15100386
    You know what? The GURPS planet creation tables are evil. I'm never touching that damn chapter again. Anyone else want to describe the planet beyond what we have?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)12:59 No.15102896
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    Afternoon Bump. Anyone still interested.
    Bumping with that Commissar.
    >> annon 05/30/11(Mon)13:11 No.15103017
    so. what have got so far?
    iirc we have a desert hiveworld with 5[?] hives.
    one was obliterated for falling to chaos. what of the others have we talked about them?

    Elictoris and Inetarti
    The smallest of the hives, situated along the equator, they rely on transportation of goods between to other hives as a bases of their economies
    >> IGCharts Dude 05/30/11(Mon)13:13 No.15103037
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    So Camel Cavalry? For the man?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)17:24 No.15105431
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    Yeah, that's about all we have. I think another was destroyed as well.
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)17:31 No.15105525
    So, 2 hives destroyed, leaving 3 Left. On A Desert Hive World. Anyone want to spit out a number for Population, or figure how much surface water there is? (Even with the Biosphere almost going poof a few centuries back, there should be some sort of surface water.)
    >> Commander !!ya3+mb8OWlb 05/30/11(Mon)20:26 No.15107227
    I seriously wonder how we keep missing each other.
    Still, with three (or more, if we need) hives, the population must be in the High tens of Billions.

    I'm thinking Elictoris and Inetarti might only be one hive, separated by a former Sea-Canyon, and one of the few places where it's fairly easy to go between the two regions. In one, we have the ruins of Hive Quintillius, and Hive Quartis, the Mines, and Hive Secundus (we really ought to name these.) On the other, we have Hive Primus. How does that sound.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)22:14 No.15108319
    Okay, How bad should the outside conditions be? Just like eternal sand and rocks, with Mesas and other features here and there, or are there the occasional rivers and river valleys where people can live as farmers/herdsmen/whatever? In Addition to the Farming domes and stuff like on Tallarn.
    >> Anonymous 05/31/11(Tue)06:18 No.15112279
    I would say that like most deserts, the vast majority of the water is found underground. The Hives are built over aquifiers the size of oceans (but still heavily rationed and regulated), while the smaller outlying settlements sustain themselves on underground springs.
    >> Anonymous 05/31/11(Tue)09:49 No.15112976
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    I'm thinking what ever Surface water there is is split into one of a few categories: So fucking Contaminated, even underhivers wouldn't touch it; remote Oasis/Springs used by Farmers and Herdsman in remote/wilder areas, and the Stupidly wasteful projects of the nobility.
    So, if you do find someplace green out there, Crazy Hassan is likely waiting for you.
    >> Anonymous 05/31/11(Tue)12:20 No.15114051
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    So Crazy Hassan is the brother of the Merchant from RE4?
    >> Hive Fleet Nidhoggr !!1rirzLttJkv 05/31/11(Tue)12:21 No.15114064
    Crazy Hassan IS the merchantfrom RE4. He just ran out of camels.
    >> -|- Reichsguard -|- !!Q3opPDaKzPo 05/31/11(Tue)12:24 No.15114091
    >crazy Hassan
    >out of camels
    Imposter! A REAL Crazy Hassan would buy from himself a special Camel-bearing Camel that makes more Camels from spare parts for just this kind of situation.

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