So, this here is the 4th thread for fleshing out and fluffing the Ice Wraiths.For the uninitiated, the Ice Wraiths are a Blood Angels successor chapter who use Cryothermal weapons both in battle, and to alter the environment of any planets they are attacking. Because of this, they excel at fighting in cold climates and snowy locales. Riding cyber enhanced yetis into combat and using Drop pods that have been modified with drills, the two main styles of combat in the chapter are stealthy precise attacks and furious charges. These two styles are used together to deadly effect in combat, and the most obvious example of this are the Wendigos, Marines fallen to the Red Thirst or Black Rage. These Wendigos are kept on ice between engagements, and are sent to wreak havoc and sow terror among the enemy before the battle even starts.One thing we have been lacking in, though, is Writefaggotry and Drawfaggotry. So that is a bit of a priority in this thread. Any contributions would be appreciated!>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Ice_WraithsArchive>http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=ice+wraithsOne thing to note is that thread 3 was archived as a misspell, but you can still find it linked on the 1d4chan page, so fret not.
>>39402285TECHNICALLY SPEAKING.DON'T WE A FROZEN THRONE IN OUR MONASTERY?
>>39402285Technically speaking, don't we use Termites? Seeing as they are literally underground drop pods already?
>>39402519Our drop pods are a kind of hybrid drop pod/termite thing. The
>>39402285Ice wraiths always apologize to each other and the Emperor>"By the emperor I beg for your apology brother Johann"But they don't apologize to anybody else.
>>39402471Yes. Yes we do.
Teej, I'm playing in a tournament tomorrow. I'm fielding my White and Blue Blood Angels successor chapter and I'm thinking they might as well be an Ice Wraiths Company.I dedicate my victories to you.I'm considering fielding Skitarii alongside them.Thoughts?
>>39403372Well we do get along well with the AdMech. Sounds interesting.
>>39403372EMPEROR SPEED ANON.
>>39403372Lord Marshall Riddick blesses your forces. May you lead them to victory.
>>39404284combine him with this guy and you have our CM
So we have Shagohod land speeders and Cherno Alpha Termies right?
>>39404783Pretty much, yeah.
>>39404818WHO'S OUR CHAMPION AND THE ELITE GUARD OF CHEPTR MESTER THO.
>>39404818Sweet, can we get some art of the Characters of the faction? I particularly want art of Chekhov and Ivan (Ivan has "NYOO WEAPON!", it's a gun with an underslung cryothieum duck launcher) and Magos Fry (mostly human, from the torso down he is like Hummakavula from HGttG crossed with a jellyfish, thus necessitating the robes and the "really rather brilliant." servo arm he has)
>>39404939That would be the reason for the call out for Drawfags. We can only hope one becomes interested in our chapter.
>>39404856I imagine the elite guard as wraith-like. Like the spirits of the dead in cold places, possessed of a terrible majesty.
>>39404856Our Champion is Beastmaster Lucius Glaciem, notable for being the first to use his Yeti's cybernetic armor enhancements as cover while advancing. His kinship with the beasts is almost superhuman even for the mighty Ice Wraiths, being able to synchronize his timing almost perfectly with his hand-picked yeti squadron of 5, all of which he raised himself.
>>cyber-enhanced yetis.How about no. That's even more retarded than the Space Wolves' wolf obsession. At the very least a wolf is a quadruped. You don't ride bipeds. Not even bipeds like apes that can get on all fours. Do you want something that's even stupider than Thunderwolf Calvary? Goddamn that is dumb.
>>39405231I'm afraid we already have 3 threads of majestic history about our yeti companions. They were a result of one of our original rolls and are even more core to the chapter than our Wendigos.
>>39405305What the fuck kind of table are you rolling on that gives you stupid yeti cavalry?
>>39405231They're not abominable snowmen, they've got antlers and shit. Appearance isn't nailed down, but is surely quadrapedal. Might rear up though.They're called yetis to evoke the ancient near-mythical beast of Ages past Terra.
>>39405352BEASTIAL COMPANION.ALSO WHO SAID ANYTHING ABOUT RIDING THEM. IF THEY DO THEN IT'S PROBABLY MORE LIKE THE SPACE MARINES CLINGING ONTO DEAR EMPEROR YETI BACK AS IT SONIC'S TROUGH THE BATTLEFIELD RAMMING AND PUNCHING SHIT.
>>39405352Our Combat Doctrine was Special Mounts. So we decided to ride snow beasts.
>>39405352The one next to the no-fun table, it's the one where people enjoy themselves and have fun with the over the top sci-fi setting. If it helps your ravaged butt, think of the Ice Wraiths as a Rogue Trader style chapter, rather than something for Dark Heresy or Deathwatch. Big hair, shirtless men shooting machine guns and flamethrowers while sparks and electric guitars happen behind.Then scantily clad ladies happen with even bigger hair. It's the 80s man.
>>39405231>You don't ride bipeds.
>>39405419I LIKE THIS IDEA. Thank you, OP.
>>39405488I REALLY SHOULD GET A DIFFERENT TRIP SHOULDN'T I.
>>39405528As long as it's got OP in it, feel free! And thanks once again for starting this whole thing.
>>39405419This is what you are describing. It combines all the stupid of a Dreadknight and all the stupid of Thunderwolves. Please reconsider before you unleash this thing upon the world.
>>39405352Yetis, motherfucker. The Thunderwolf Cavalry is awesome and so are our goddamn Cyber-Enhanced Yetis. And you, my good sir, are in no position to say otherwise. All we're trying to do is have fun and create something awesome at the same time. 40k is practically built on rule of cool. So stop hating.
>>39405706No it isn't what we're describing. That's wrong....which kind of makes everyhing you said void. You are now trying to be mad. Stop being on the internet take a break, eat a snickers, and relax.
We should probably take this time to hammer out the appearance of the Yetis, no?
>>39405734You are legitimately the first person I have ever heard who likes Thunder Wolves. Congrats. What are your opinions on Logan Grimnar's new Santa sleigh?Cyber-Familiars are a totally legitimate 40k thing. There are a lot of them hanging around. I don't have any problems with cyber-yetis. I have problems with RIDING cyber-yetis. There's a difference. I could totally get behind a Librarian with a massive Psyber-Familiar. That would be a neat little turn of expectations given that familiars are typically smaller than their masters. A sweet tag team of a psyker blasting dudes and a yeti smashing dudes. That would be great.
>>39405706Oh my God, that's awesome. Our brothers strap themselves to their yeti companions in oversized baby carriers. They blast enemies with their bolters while the yeti charges forward to maul the foe with it's claws. Occasionally the battle brother delivers a kick with his otherwise dangling legs. This is now my head cannon.
>>39406056I think they should sound like a mix of this;https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RVAvNQpLWMAnd this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EXubg0QPY8For some reason I like the idea of them Wampa like horns as well as antlers and fangs like a Gelada but, obviously, their fangs would be much larger.
Gais. I just had an idea. Ice wraiths have an Inuit undertone in their culture right? They needs to have those swag fur hoodies. And only veterans and the MC get to wear them. Cuz they badass enough to wear them pimpin hoodies made our of fuzzy bugs.
>>39406098>Santa sleigh?I mean sure he's basically Santa, but sleighs can't be made anymore due to the STC being destroyed. However, there are better means for Logan to get around.
>>39406282I think that that is a very nice mix of sounds for our cyber yeti companions.
>>39406098You should probably read our previous threads. You seem to have a few misconceptions.
>>39406337Nah, the neophytes do get them, but the one with the most swank are those of the librarians, purely on the basis of them being Fookin' terrifying.
>>39406337I do like the hood idea, but maybe we can apply it to the Wendigos instead.
>>39406803I really prefer the idea on Librarians, course if a Librarian goes Wendigo then they should keep the hood but it is nice to have some customization on the more normal Marines too.
>>39402285>Wendigos, Marines fallen to the Red Thirst or Black Rage. These Wendigos are kept on ice between engagementsHow are the Wendigos sent? Are they just shoves into drop pods to defrost then they just go buttfuck wild afterwards? I had a thought in which a Scout Sergeant would lead his squad in setting up lures for the Wendigos by marking targets with blood or hanging up still alive but bleeding out enemies to draw them in.
>>39408391We send them in via our Drill Pods, of course, giving them all the time they need to kill a few of our enemies in a horribly brutal way. Most Wendigos that aren't too far gone like to torment their prey before the kill.
>>39408226Hoods, man. Hoods. They are where it's at.
Just read through the 1d4chan page, fucking love the Ice Wraiths.
>>39410588As you should! We are almost definitely 100% Awesome.
>>39410588>>39410656Emperor bless these marines. >captcha: Pregr
>>39410656Too much awesome to be contained.
>>39412585So much awesome.
I can writefag but I'm lazy. Give me a bit-- I need a seed.
>>39415447A bunch of orks are orking around on a planet they have control, when suddenly things get cold. Real cold. The Ice Wraiths have arrived with their terrain altering cryothermal weapons and drop pods filled with yetis.
Bump for the Ice Wraiths.
Anyone have good idea for Izzet/Orzhov custom Keywords?
Another bump for Ice Wraiths
>>39415946How about traitor guardsmen who never heard of the Ice Wraiths before?
So, anyone found a way to incorporate those into the fluff?
>>39418945Because you know we have to.
>>39418954I dont understand this meme
Do we have Sanguinary Guard?
Got any matching music for Wraiths?Want to get in mood
>>39419205Look up the sounds of a snow storm somewhere very, very cold. Voilà.
REQUESTING DATA ACCESS security clearence: ORDO HERETICUS INQUISITORINQUISITOR LINSTAV DNA CONFIRMEDACCESS GRANTED +++Heretical notes from chaos cultist on Asgard VII+++++431.M41++Day 0My name is not important. What is important is our goal.Beggining from today we will bring downthe government and free ourselves from Imperium's bonds Today our road to freedom begins.++SKIP TO DAY 91++Processing......
Day 91Our demonic allies have proved themselves to be very useful.They have maneged to break defenses in governor palace and killed most of remaining PDF before disappearing into WarpDay 92Our Psykers are doing next ritual tomorrow,using captured PDF forces.2 of our 8 remaining Leman Russes have been destroyed by Guardsmen and PDF,but they have no morevehiclesDay 93Ritual was propably complited since weather has changed. From sunny sky with occasional cloudsnow we have snowstormWe stopped attacking Palace. Why? I dont knowDay 94 We are not attacking governor. Half of our army returned to the citiy and startedbarricading themselves. Our command is looking concerned.We are we escaping from a won battle? Snowstorm is now blizzard. Its really cold nowDay 95We are going to cities.Its a long way and its very cold.Governor palace is now left unconquered. I can see warp lightining striking from the sky.Sign of summoning deamons.Why are we summoning something when we are retreating?
Day 96THEY ARE ALL DEADHalf of our army is now dead. They went to the city and died standing. Some where shot.some strangled,some where literally smashed into the ground. Most of them are hanged on the lanterns and roof of buildings. All of them are completly bloodless.No signs of siege or fight.Just corpses Snowstorm is so dense you cant see who is walking in front of youDay 97THE MONSTERS CAMEOne after another we heard screams and somebody went missing. Half of my team was gone after blink of an eye. I coudnt see anthing. Just snow. But it wasnt worst Worst was when i saw them. White behemoths made of metal hulking among the man.I saw one of them shooting at another team of cultist,killing three of them withoutreloading. I saw another who slashed everything around with knife looking like made of pure ice. I saw yet another,this one with even bigger monster and huge fist. He just punched oneof our Chimeras its armour broke revealing even more cultist. Quickly the huge monstergrabbed one of them and just ripped him to pieces. And then came what seemed as our salvation.Deamons of Chaos.Even rotting green corpses with guts outside lookedlike loving parents compared to what attacked us. When deamons kept them busy i escaped to ruins of the giant factory.Now i am herekneeling and writing these. Now i no longer hear sound of fighting, i only hear wind.And steps of what i was told were finest warriors of humanity. Emperor save me from this monsters
>>39418945The CM's terminator honor guard uses OTC?
I'm currently making a Chaos warband for our sector of space, any help would be appreciated>>39420184
>>39420236'S MY NEW TRIP. ON MY WAY TO GET SHIT ROLLING.
DON'T ICE AGE THE THREAD.
>>39421954Maybe add this Writefaggotery to wiki page?
>>39422279I DON'T CONTROL THE PAGE NOR DO I HAVE AN ACCOUNT NOR DO I FEEL LIKE MAKING ONE. SURELY SOMEONE WILL ADD ALL OF THE WRITEFAGGING ON IT WHEN THEY CAN.
bump cause i can
>>39404856>>39405217and dont forget brother ivanhis deeds and inventions too numerous to list
>>39427019Looks too white for me but this may be just space marine thing
Remember to archive this thread
>>39418945>>39418954>>39419141Ice world chapters are the best.
>>39402285Archived this thread for futher use http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/39402285/Still waiting for pagefag
>>39403372Brothers! I bring tales of victory!Came in 5th.Tabled two oponnents, but lost one because it was an objective match and I forgot to capture them because I was too busy with the RIP AND TEAR!Fluffy, ne?
>>39429536You have honored the Ice Wraiths well, Brother.
So it seems the rolls for a Chaos Warband in our sector have been completed. Now we have some more enemies of the Imperium to crush.
>>39438854Just give them to another company
>>39418945Mainly used for ice sculpting back at the monastery. Sometimes used before an assault, when we hide in the blizzard, revving them for intimidation. Otherwise, no, Ice Wraiths prefer combat blades and swords, chain weaponry has a habit to jam in the cold.
>>39440414Well said! Say, how is brother Davor's ice sculpture of the Emperor coming along?
Dedicated writeheretic here. What about the Chapter needs fleshing out? I've been skimming through the thread, and I'm itching to write.>just a post of my custom, ignore image
>>39440714Foge master Chekhov and Admech Fry.
>>39440714Our organisation is kind of lacking.We arent sure what to do with meltasDo we even have fleet?We need sector name for themMaybe some initiaton rituals?Our magic-physic powers?
>>39440750Are those agreed upon characters?>>39440756This I can offer a few shots on:Meltas are wielded by members of the Chapter who are undergoing penitence. As CryoChaplain Rankine once stated: the laws of nature state that the way to create the purest ice is to boil the water that forms it. In this way, purification for transgressions are likewise met with the most profound heat.The Fleet of the Ice Wraiths, first christened as the Gallathon, derived much of its tactics from the White Scars, having witnessed their penchant for fast hit-and-run assaults. The Wraiths adopted a form of this assault with a slightly more aggressive tact. Using their superhuman abilities to navigate in close order, the Gallathon weaves in between enemy vessels, firing where possible, but more importantly launching boarding torpedoes amidst a confused and bombarded enemy. "The frost can cause a man to cut off his feet. He may live through that, but he'll not run from the cold much longer." This attritive tactic has worked rather well for them, and has even lead to the capture of a number of enemy vessels. Subsystem Advectus contains the worlds that the Ice Wraiths claim as their holds. A ritual held by the Wraiths is the shedding of their former selves once they are physically initiated as Astartes. Utilizing an advantage of the rapid cell regeneration in their skins, the aspirants are left without clothing in the subzero temperatures to meditate and think on the newness of their existences. This continues until a CryoChaplain sees that the whole of their skins have become covered in frostbite, at which point they are removed from the fields to shed their impurities and be welcomed as a fully-fledged brother Wraith.
>>39440990Those are agreed upon characters. Search for them in previous threads.
>>39440990>Are those agreed upon characters?Yes
>>39440756As far as their magics, the Librarians of the Ice Wraiths believe that the common effect of psychic ability causing frost to form isn't by coincidence. They are convinced their form of cryomancy is directed by the Emperor himself to be the greatest form of psychic expression. Akysan shamans are often consulted on the frozen tundras of the deathworld Tizheruk. The people here are effected by a unique warpspace anomaly that exists within the planet itself. It is stable, but nonetheless leads to a great deal of psychic births, well above the Imperial norm. These individuals are hailed as Shamans and are inducted into a ruling cult. This cult is often consulted to help augment the abilities taught through the Scholastika Psykana, and has created a band of powerful Cyromancers within the Wraiths, who are capable of causing armor to become as brittle as ice, or even cause hordes of rampaging beings to become instantly transformed into lifeless statues of snow.
>>39441042>>39441048Gotcha thanks!Forge Master Chekhov became a legendary figured among the Ice Wraiths following the War for Apaalu. A form of Genestealer cult had overtaken the small but well entrenched planet which was vital for holding a large promethium reserve that the Gallathon relied on to remain mobile throughout the Sector. Elements of the 1st, 4th, and 9th Companies were sent to eradicate the cult, and though the War was won, many casualties were incurred due to repeated acts of betrayal on the part of a populace that had gradually been made to distrust the Wraiths. This lead to the death of a valued member of the 1st Company, Sergeant Symyr. His armor was rent in many places, and most within the Chapter deemed his Terminator plate to be worthy now only of veneration, the insult against the machine spirit of the armor being too great. Forgemaster Chekhov had other ideas. Over the centuries, the truth of what happened blended into apocrypha, but it is a fact within the Chapter that over a period of five days, the Forgemaster managed to repair the armor without the use of any form of heat. Members of the Mechanicum who are told of this politely scoff it away as a factual impossibility, and have many reports of the strength of bonded ceramite to back up their claims. None of these claims come forth when the Armor of Symyr enters the fray. For on every patch where once there was a whole gouged in by a xenos talon, there is only a pale blue that always seems to blend through any paint that goes over it. Some see it as a curse. Others a blessing. But none have since questioned Chekhov's ability with his hammer, which he wields to ruinous effect on the field of war. Fractal Priest Leon Fry was involved in the creation of defenses to help ward against a coming invasion of Orks who had landed on the planet Czochral. Most of the vehicles in both the Imperial and greenskin pools had frozen beyond usefulness, and the ground units weren't far from the same. TBC
>>39441270The Orks, however, had numbers beyond the Imperials reckoning. A fight wasn't possible. It would be a slaughter, even with the Wraiths standing as a bulwark. The wily Fractal Priest, however, had a different idea. Knowing their antivehicular weaponry would largely be useless, he worked with the few remaining engineers to convert the lascannon and melta weapons in their stores as cutting tools, and worked their last remaining Thunderhawk to its demise creating a circular, unscalable wall of practically bulletproof permafrost. The Czochral Igloo was hailed as the only defense that kept the defenders alive in the time it took for Imperial reinforcements to arrive.
>>39441308You did check the tiny bit we had about these two first, right?
>>39441336I apologize, I have not.
>>39441340Well do some background reading, please. That was nice, but contradicts previous fluff we made.
>>39441340For example, admech fry is a direct adaption of steven fry into the fluff of our chapter.
>>39441376Yeah, I caught that, and tried to tie it into Forgemaster Chekhov's fluff.
I THINK WE FORGOT TO ANSWER THE MOST BASIC QUESTION WHICH WE DIDN'T ASK TO OURSELVES.ARE WE ACTUAL CHAPTER OR JOKE ONE. GIVEN HOW WE HAVE PUTIN AND IVAN AND SHIT WHILE TRYING TO MAKE THEM SERIOUS AT THE TIME DOESN'T REALLY CLICK (AT LEAST FOR ME). I THINK WE SHOULD SETTLE ON ONE SIDE OF THE SPECTRUM AND STAY THERE.
>>39441564I think we are too awesome to be a joke chapter, oh mighty OP. We should focus on the serious side.
>>39441591We are actual chapter,we are too epic for jokes
>>39441564I think we've decided, Icemaker.
>>39441591>>39441795>>39442071>>39442631THEN I THINK SOME THINGS SHOULD GO IF THAT'S THE CASE. WHAT THINGS, NO CLUE, YOU GUYS MADE THIS CHAPTER NOT ME.
>>39443007What should go then OP?
>>39418954>Doc?!?!Holy shit, I know the dude who made the Chainsaw Bazooka! Went by the name "Doc". Haven't talked to him in years. He ended up going into a coma and when he came out of it, he had basically zero memories of his entire past.I miss Doc. He made the CB for a Mod in DOOM. That picture, lest the OT part, was his actual design.Talk about bringing back memories (No offense, Doc...)
>>39443078Welcome backMaybe add writefaggotery above to page?
>>39443078The ridiculous stuff about ivan and putin, probably.
>>39443159Suppy. I was thinking about a separate writefaggotry page personally when we got enough. Also doesnt that contradict what we already have for the Forgefather? I really like what we had before for him personally>>39443160awwwwww... but I like those guys.... I mean... we don't have to take ourselves 100% seriously do we? We could also remove the "joke" aspects of those characters and make it more subtle?>PutinRename to Master of Sanctity Vladimir so it's not as blatant, keep the bear mount, remove the picture and just say he tolerates no nonsense>IvanJust take away the sillier aspects and you have a Marine who's next in-line for captain because he thinks outside the box. He's already in Captain Alexandrovich's command squad (which I think should be 3rd company just saying)
>>39443225We need that fancy chapter organisation box like Emperors Nightmares or really any chapter we have done
>>39443259Gonna be honest my skills with images are not desirable. Someone else is gonna have to do that. I can put it up, but I can't make it
>>39443273I think there is some empty template around here but im lazy fuck
>>39443273Don't worry, this is a team effort. You adjust and edit the page and we'll provide you with the material.
So what am I doing about the "joke" characters and Images? green texts are my votes for what happensSpecifically:Master of Sanctity Putin>change name/make seriousBrother Ivan>Make seriousRelated Images>???"Such is life" image>I think we should keep that oneimage of Riddick>???
>>39443627Photoshop marine helmet on Putin on the bear.Change name from Putin to VladimirNo idea what to do with Ivan or Riddick
>>39443627Related images and image of riddick should be removed. Make a chapter organisation section for when we flesh all of that out.
We need drawfags
>>39443753Seconded. The start of this thread was a call for drawfags, but we haven't caught any yet. Does anyone now a way we can find some interested drawfags?
>>39443753Indeed we need drawfags>>39443705Someone else gonna have to do the photoshop and post it in a thread. I can change the text right now.>>39443725Not sure what you mean by Chapter organisation section. Elaborate plsAlso General Question for all involved. What is the sector called??? Idk if i missed it or something but I need it for the page for the Lord Mashal Riddick I bio
>>39443843Just title something chapter organisation, describe it as WIP, and that is where we will put the chapter's structure, companies, etc. I don't think we named the sector, actually.
What part of a Marine's brain would affect memories (specifically the black rage/red thirst)?Also we do need a sector name because the name of the Wraiths before they came to Nixarteria was simply the (SECTOR NAME) Warriors and their name changed after they inherited the planet and began using Cryothium
>>39444223The hippocampus, and as for a sector name, how about the minicus sector? And perhaps instead of (sector name) warriors, we use angels? They are a blood angels successor.
>>39444447I would be okay with angels. Also I just finished changing the current heroes section to be more serious. Ill make those changes right now
>>39444497I vote for Ginnungagap
Ok so just so it's here for everyone to critique/discuss here are our current chapter heroes>Master of Sanctity VladimirFamous for his own unorthodox mount (a gene-hanced frost-bear instead of a yeti) and his brutal suppression of any and all unacceptable dissent and deviancy in the chapter. The Master of Sanctity suffers no fools. This attitude is seen as a necessary hardship as the chapter already courts the thin line of heresy with the Blood Rituals practiced by the Sangiqukk Mystics.>Captain AlexandrovichCurrent Captain of the Ice Wraiths 3rd Company. Alexandrovich was involved in a cryo-weapon accident while just a scout, having part of his hippocampus frozen and permanently damaged. The injury has affected him ever since, manifesting in his refusal to bear any arms save cryo-weapons and his trusted chainblade, a cold, distant demeanor, and his seeming lack of memory of his life prior to being a scout of the Wraiths. It is also noted that the Captain has never once been recorded to even acknowledge the Wendigo curses' effects on himself. This has lead to many believing Alexandrovich is free of the flaw due to his accident and lending further legitimacy and hope to Forgefather Chekhov's experiments.>Forgefather ChekhovThe current Master of the Forge, Chekhov is a technical savant even among a fairly technophilic chapter. In recent years the Forgemaster seems to be spending an unhealthy amount time conducting research and experiments, trying to see if cryothium can halt or reverse the effects of the Wendigo curse, his studies fueled by apparent absence of the psychological effects of the curse in Captain Alexandrovich. The Forgefather recently completely overhauled his personal wargear and armour to be more melee focused which only fueled the rumours that he has fallen to the Wendigo Curse and he doesn't have much time left.
>>39444602cont.>Brother IvanKnown for his lateral thinking and unorthodox methodology, Brother Ivan is known as a superb officer and master of improvising when plans go south. A respected 1st company Veteran, Ivan is currently attached to the Command Squad of Captain Alexandrovich and is viewed as his eventual successor should the Captain fall.>Brother LuciusOur Champion is Beastmaster Lucius Glaciem, notable for being the first to use his Yeti's cybernetic armor enhancements as cover while advancing. His kinship with the beasts is almost superhuman even for the mighty Ice Wraiths, being able to synchronize his timing almost perfectly with his hand-picked yeti squadron of 5, all of which he raised himself.I was not personally around for the creation of Champion Lucius and am not totally sold on him yet. I think he needs a different name and a little more fleshing out
>>39444628>I was not personally around for the creation of Champion Lucius and am not totally sold on him yet. I think he needs a different name and a little more fleshing outSeconded.
Found it. It's a post earlier in the thread. this one >>39405217I think if we wanna roll with this idea (it's not a bad one) then we:1) make him captain of the 7th, traditionally all-biker, company but we have yetis not bikes so he would still be "the beastmaster"2) have him in charge of what his name entails3) change his name so it's not Lucius and it's more russian. Captain Grigari perhaps?
>>39445057I like this idea. I think Grigari works nicely.
>>39445057oops forgot my trip, this was me. Is anyone around right now other than >>39445166? I don't want to take silence for consent to anything and it's really a group effort
>>39445265Oh hey, how'd that chaos warband go?Also i guess that makes 3 of us?
>>394453412 in a moment. I'm hitting the hay. You guys continue the awesome.
>>39445369God dammit. Well gnight then. I also have to go soon... *sigh* i guess i'll include>>39445057 on the page as an alternative version and then bring it back up later
>>39445341We got the Night Wolves and the Wayward Sons out of it.The Night Wolves are a Khornate warband from the Planet Sibir, a former ice world transformed into a barren wasteland by Khorne's blazing wrath. The Imperium sent a chapter of White Scars successors and a Vostroyan regiment to purge the tainted world, but things changed when a Space Marine named Putinus found a Daemon Weapon. Corrupted by it's influence, Putinus corrupted his company as well as two other companies and a portion of the Vostroyan regiment and collaborated with the Iron Warriors to destroy the loyalists. At the end of the battle the Loyalists were destroyed so utterly that their very name was stricken from the records in shame, but the leader of the Iron Warriors was also slain, leaving Putinus to claim leadership and inviting any dissenters to argue with his daemonic weapon. The warband's tactics consist of the Iron Warriors using siege and attrition to whittle away and weaken the enemy before the Khorne-worshipping renegades, armed with Khornate charms, stolen Mk.4 armor and massive chainaxes charge in on their bikes and daemonic bear mounts. They leave no prisoners, only skulls for The Skull Throne. In addition, they use the stolen tech they possess to secure an alliance with a Dark Mechanicus cabal. Also there's a rogue Inquisitor who tries to help out, but everyone ignores him.cont next post
>>39445416The second warband, the Wayward Sons, are a renegade chapter of Ultramarines Successors. They were assigned to protect a sub-sector, but found themselves corrupted by their charges. Disgusted by their heretical children, the Ultramarines took matters in their own hands and glassed the homeworld of the renegades, but failed to destroy the chapter.Enraged, the Wayward Sons abandoned their former alliegance, took up worship of Chaos and an unknown God, and declared their intent to destroy the Emperor and all that he has created. They spent the next millenium or so nursing their wounds, adopting new tactics and bolstering their numbers with the aid of a few smaller warbands they absorbed. In time, they became a massive host of nocturnal hunters, sneaking upon their enemies and striking them at their weakest moment to inflict maximum damage and terror. To this end, they use the massive sandworms of their homeworld to burrow tunnels leading to the weakpoints of their enemies.They are not alone in their endeavours, they also have the aid of a like-minded warband and an unknown xenos race. They have also often come into conflict with the Night Wolves, arrogantly seeing them as weaklings and bearlovers who hide in their trenches like cowards.
>>39445416>>39445438Interesting... These are in the same sector as the Ice Wraiths?
>>39445470Yep that's what I planned for them. The Wayward Sons get around their opponents defenses by eating precognition granting powdered sandworm shit. I thought I should point that out.
>>39445545So it's like Frank Herbert's Dune... except not even trying to hide the fact it was conceived while on cocaine? I like this.
>>39445545They call themselves fremen
Here is the full proposition for >>39445057>Captain GrigariCaptain of the 7th Company, Grigari Glaciem, the "Beastmaster", is known for his love of the yetis native to Nixarteria. Recruiting only the brothers with the strongest bonds of fellowship with their beasts, Captain Grigari himself is bonded with an enormous yeti named Glacierfall, but usually affectionately referred to as "Brute". Neither Grigari nor Brute are particularly thoughtful or tactically-minded they make up for this with their sheer bloody-minded determination and their immense size, Grigari standing a full head taller than most of his brothers and brute being nearly twice the size of his. The 7th company under Grigari has become known for its' hammer-blow offensives and brutal assaults which is rather in contention with the rest of the Ice Wraiths doctrine of precise ambushes. During the incursion of Hive-Fleet Mi-go, Grigari and his men took the brunt of the main fighting and have now been reduced to barely two full squads of astartes in addition to the Captain's Command unit.
>>39445719Or at the very least thats what the Xenos of warband are called, they summon the Worms, only they can control them, to this end they use devices called Thumpers when they need to bring the Worms to a battlefield, and placed a key locations to get the worms to target them (The Worms are a fusion of Graboids, Sandworms and, to a lesser extent, Pic related.)
>>39445597Glad you do
So in this sector we have;Ice Wraiths-Loyalist Yeti riding,vampire,cryo weaponry using,cyborg chapterNight Wolves-basically Putin Bikers,Khorne berzerkers on bikes,specializing in Siege ,descended from White Scars and Iron Warriors,use special mounts(mecha bears) and steals our yetisAnd Wayward Sons,Ultramarine Succesors,worshipping God-Emperor Leto II,they are sneaky and use FUKHUEG sandowrms. So Fremen in 40k Looks like a fun place to live
>>39446084Also Hive Fleet Mi-Go, and a guard regiment, somewhere.
>>39446131We need to roll on guard regiments.But first just find any name for this sector
>>39445416pic of ex-iron legion
>>39445416>>39446853fallen white scars
>>39446853>>39446875>>39447241Noice one m8
I'm suprised no one has posted this yet
I have the Regiment builder hereLets get to workhttp://1d4chan.org/wiki/Imperial_Guard_Regiment_Creation_TablesWhat is the origin of our regiment? (1d10)Imperial Guard: A true regiment, drilled and competent in their service. 1-4Planetary Defense Force: What the Guard doesn't want, the PDF will take. 5-6Penal Legion: Scum, criminals, murderers. Watch them closely. 7-8Militia: Brave enough to defend their world without training or equipment. 9Navy Armsmen: Experts in void-combat, they'll defend the ship or take the enemy's. 10
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>39448794
>>39448794Cmmon penal legion
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>39448794
>>39447241>wayward son>mfw when i just got done reading that fic
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>39448826
>>39448814>>39448855>>39448870So by a majority we are...Really, really boring. well it could be worsewhat is our regiment demographic? (1d100)All male [m/f ratio adjustable] 1-15All female [m/f ratio adjustable] 16-25Caste-born: Raised from birth in the warrior caste. 26-30Nobility: Bought their commission for honor and glory. 31-35Priesthood: They venerate the God-Emperor in his soldier's aspect. 36-40Abhumans: Ratlings, Ogryn, and other such useful creatures. 41-45Tribespeople: All you have to do is teach them which way the gun points. 46-50Lottery: Selection by the God-Emperor's grace, and a little luck. 51-55Spacers: Born on asteroids, off-world hab-stations, or the vessels of the Imperial Navy. (If Navy Armsmen was rolled, this may be taken as default) 56-60Firstborn: Chosen by right of being the eldest child. 61-65Vat-grown: No families to complain, no friends to consider. 66-70Gangers: They fought each other in the slums, now they fight a true enemy. (If Penal Legion was rolled, this may be taken as default) 71-85Convicts: Serving their sentence on the front lines, the slime. (If Penal Legion was rolled, this may be taken as default) 86-95Roll d3+1 times on this chart. 96-100And how are we recruited? (1d10)Punishment/Redemption/Recycling: Recruits are gathered from the dregs of society. (If Gangers, Convicts, or Lottery was rolled on demographic table, you may select this by default) 1Elite tithe: The best of the best of the planet were recruited for this regiment. (If caste-born or nobility was rolled on demographic table, you may select this by default) 2-4Standard conscription: Average or above-average citizens recruited from all levels of society. (If All-Male, All-Female, Firstborn, or Lottery was rolled on the demographic table, you may select this by default) 5-10
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>39448975rollan d10 after this
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>39448975am >>39448997 , cmon elite tithe
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>39448975
>>39448997>>39449023>>39449038>convicted gangsters deemed efficient enough to be spared the gulagyou guys thinking what im thinking?
>>39449240Da, is brilliantNow for homeworld in the Rusoya Sector (1d100)Hive World: No claustrophobia, excellent sense of direction? Urban combat! 1-25Feral World: They fight like wild animals in the Skyfather's name. 26-40Death World: For these people, life was a war before they could speak. 41-55Forge World: Blessed by the Omnissiah to carry His light across the Galaxy. 56-60Imperial World: Devout citizens, loyal to the Imperium and raised by the Creed. 61-70Civilized World: Soft as clay before the firing of the kiln; war is their crucible. 71-80Shrine World: They charge into battle eagerly, and their very prayers are warcries. 81-90Home World Lost: Ghosts do not fear death, but they seek life with a terrible fury. 91-100And homeworld terrain (1d100)Jungle: Masters of stealth and inured to disease. 1-25Desert: At home in sun, sand and wind. 26-50Ice: Cold-blooded, with hearts of fire. 51-60Ocean: They grew up in the dangers of the depths. 61-65Wasteland: Excellent scavengers and hardy survivors. 66-75Urban: Good soldiers, once you get the cityboy out of the city. 76-80Dead World: Able to make full use of the technology required to survive in such places. 81-85Airless: They don't fear the void like most. 86-90Agriworld: Sturdy, hard-working types, glad to be off the farm. 91-100
Rolled 60, 7 = 67 (2d100)>>39449315
Rolled 93, 14 = 107 (2d100)>>39449315
>>39448189Posted in the 2nd thread and put on the 1d4chan page then.
>>39449441Imperial Agriworld?Reversed, Lost Ocean World?
>>39450187lost forge jungle world
>>39450311Let's just make it a jungle forgeworld
Bump for the Lord Marshal!!!
>>39451469Gangers from a forgeworld works surprisingly well. They're probably heavily augmented, near skitarii.Next roll?
>>39402285So now we have more chapters? Captcha: Linke
>>39453645No they're chaos warbands. Still only the wraiths. We now have 2 chaos war bands, our give fleet and are rolling a guard regiment
>>39453696Gotcha. So some of the sillier parts are now gone? Putin is now called Vladimir, and the Forgemaster isn't crazy that much anymore? Did I miss anything else?
>>39453760the forgemaster is still going crazy, its just that he no longer gets fired into battle with a canon
>>39453760I think pagefag was looking for votes on a new chapter hero earlier?
>>39453828Yeah, Grigari Glaciem, captain of 7th company.
>>39453819I actually am considering doing that for a warband I'm making but in a serious matter. And one story invovles World Eaters and catapults.>>39453828Who was the former one?
>>39453890We didn't have a former one.
>>39453828>>39453861>>39453890Yup. I'm back briefly. The issue was that the hero was a chapter champion who had 5 yetis or something. I wasn't a fan of the concept so I took it and slightly modified it to a 7th company captain with 1 fuckhueg yeti. I think it works better
>>39453921>>39453925That sounds better. I might have to go on the archive for the older threads to get refreshed.
>>39453953Its earlier in this thread. I linked it to the initial proposalThat would bring our chapter heroes up toMaster of Sanctity Vladimir3rd Captain AlexandrovichVeteran Sergeant Ivan7th Captain GrigariForgefather chekhov
>>39454019Gotcha. I take some time to get caught up. Captcha: Prinke
>>39454868Chekhov, you made my bionic eyes change color from redish Orange to green out of horror and shock about such an idea.
>>39454868.....By the Emperor. This is genius!!!
>>39455026I don't think the Omnissiah would condone this. I'm getting flashbacks to those Orgyans from the Solar Aux thing.
>>39455075No, No, No. It's perfect! We'll have the most powerful weapon in the universe!
>>39454868But forgefather that would decrease the capabilities of the yetis greatly. Wouldn't it make more sense to simply give them standard implants?
>>39455201I know the enemies of the Emperor deserve to die, but I will have trouble sleeping not just because of this idea, but from seeing these monstrosities in action, and the war path they'll take. I now will say a prayer for the Imperium's foes. For only the truly vilest of souls deserve such a fate.
>>39453546So are we just dropping the Guard regiment?
>>39455401if enough guys are in the thread right now and are willing to continue, I have the table right here and can continue from where roll anon left of
>>39455450I'm here. What do we have left?
>>39455450I'm willing. What have we got so far?
>>39455469we are an imperial guard, conistent of gangers and convicts, drafted for our above average combat abilities.our planets terrain is jungle>>39455464a bunchso lets start of with a tiebreaker for the homeworldroll me a d100
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>39455569Rollin' them bones.
>>39455645Homeworld Lostshits pretty fucked, ghosttowns everywhere, with jungle slowly creeping in, imagine some kind of of combination of manhatten newyork with aztec ruins everywherenow then, time for tacticts an stuffwhat are our core units?1 d100 pls
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>39455737Don't forget the bits of machinery and electronics still functioning without anyone around.>A pro-pr-pr-productive worker is aaaaaaaaaa loyal work- *pop* *sizzle* Occupational augmentation is mandatory for all workers level III and abovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvve.
>>39455829our Mechanized Infantry is surely going to enjoy these random popupsdo we specialize in anything or should i just go with guerillia warfare?if not, roll me a d10
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>39455894I'm hoping for something weird.
>>39456002trench warfareguess we just gonna ignore all the abandoned buildings and natural cover and just dig it ourselfhow loyal are we?d10
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>39456043Trench warfare can include buildings and natural cover, it's more a style of static warfare than literally trenches.
>>39456070we are quite adherent in our believesI mean, the emperor wouldnt just grab random convicts and gangers and send them to an abandoned planet without a plan, now would he?what do you mean he send us to die because the prisons are filling up? you're stupid!now lets see whats in these weapon cratesone d100 for special equipment
>>39456172So are we talking some kind of weird religious-tinged fatalism or something more Pollyanna?
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>39456172
>>39456244we arent fanatics that just throw themselfs at the enemy untill it suffocates in bodies, nor are we pussy bitches that have to do morality checks when shit goes down south. the emperor will guide us.speaking of which>>39456272look at all this blessed wargear he has bestowed upon us!now then, remind me again men, whats our creed?d100
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>39456354So we're Mormons?
>>39456409I would like to say yes, but you just rolled Glory In Deathpersonally i like the mormon idea, so i let you roll a d100 again to see if we get something funnier/more fittingor if you want we can continue and see who our bffs are, which is also a d100 roll
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>39456522For bffs, but if the result would make a pretty funny creed use it for both.
>>39456572Adeptus Astartesand since we're in the same sector, might aswell be the Ice Wraiths themselfs.now, who do we like to shoot at the most?d100
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>39456647No, they like the sector's other SM chapter, the Polar Ghosts.
>>39456694by the emperor we fucking hate chaos space marinessummary soon
>>39456694>Polar Ghosts Watchu talkin' bout, foo?
>>39456886The buttoned down Polish themed biker marines who don't go crazy at random.
>>39456886The other chapter. Their colors are white and blue and they ride Sasquatches.
>>39456409I'm liking this idea. Hardfighting, heavily augmented gangers. Half-way to skitarii, but not enough for Checkov and the Magi who are perpetually trying to upgrade them.Spend most of their time complaining about how fucking cold it is when they are inevitably deployed with the Ice Wraiths.
We are part of the Imperial Guard.The draftees are mostly gangers and convicts who have shown above average abilities in combat.The planet we got send to seems to have been abandoned for multiple eons, maybe even predating the emperor himself. The buildings look similar to the ones seen in old paintings.Upon landfall scanners have not picked up a single sign of life, execpt for the plantlife itself, which is a lush jungle encasing the entire planet. So whatever caused this to happen to the planet has to been long gone, but it could turn up again anytime.Our force is mainly made up out of Mechanized Infantry, armed with blessed wargear.We rely heavily on trench warfare, and we dont back down from any fight, for we know that there is Glory in Death!Also we like to team up with the Ice Wraiths to kick some serious Chaos Marine ass
>>39457027Nice. We got a name?
>>39457079nope, that part is up to you guys
>>39457079We need a planet name first.
>>39457154The Terindom Civil Reparation Regiment, #7.
>>39457411Has a nice ring to it.
>>39457458I wanted something that sounded very bureaucratic and British.
Name for ancient chapter relicMarshal's claws or marshal's fangs? They're the chapter master's weapons and they look like pic related
Emperor's Nightmares were hereIce Apes a shit
>>39457503No they fucking don't. Our chapter master isn't no goddamn mall ninja.
>>39457561Oh you son of a bitch.
>>39457586Yes they do. The weapons are based on those Riddick used in the movies
>>39457586They look similar in structure, not identical. They're the tusks of a dead warboss.
>>39457615This as well. They're the tusks of a dead ork warboss that he claimed as per "you keep what you kill" they were then turned into power claws by the forgefather of the time
Bump once more.
>>39457503Marshall's Claws, or Bane of the [insert Hive Fleet's name here]. By the way,what's the name of the Hive Fleet? I didn't pay much attention to this thread.
So I've been thinking, what notable hero's would the Ice Wraiths have? I'm thinking a Marine that exploded a mountain with det-charges, burying a thousand orks and changing the course of one desparate battle. Make his name Mulan or something.
>>39462206The Hive Fleet is called Mi-Go, but these weapons were crafted before we encountered them.>>39462230Check the page. We have at least 5.
Do we have any special artifacts?
>>39462288Well here, lemme list them. When we attack a planet under control of enemies of the Imperium, it goes a little something like this.First our ships fire Cryothermal weapons in the planet's atmosphere, altering the biomes of the planet and turning it into a cold and snowy rock. When we have done this, we send down Drop Pods outfitted with drills that can drill into the surface when they land and proceed to move closer to the target and prepare to deploy. These pods are filled with our highly trained marines and cybernetically enhanced yeti mounts/companions. A select few of the pods deployed will be carrying Wendigos, the most ruthless of our battle brothers who have succumbed to the red thirst or black rage, and are frozen prior to combat commencing. These Wendigos are deployed first, to eliminate small portions of the enemy force and to strike fear into their heretical hearts. Then, when they are at their lowest point, the drill pods emerge from the icy ground. AND WE CHARGE.So yeah, we have a few special attacks. Namely Ice weapons instead of flamers.
>>39462257Oh. Thanks for the info.
a one, a two, and a bumpity bump bump
Have we focused on our innut heritage. Space Russia is nice and all but overdone. Let's add some Tibetan into our chapter and innut
>>39465525The whole point was that the Inuit elements are subdued.
>>39465678Well we should reference it a little more at least. At least a little bit more. It's non existant right now
So what segment is our sector in? I'm suggesting pacific or temptus. Since we're dealing with kraken
>>39465889Pagefag has been busy.Feast your eyes anons>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Night_Wolves>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Sector_Rusoya>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Hive_Fleet_Mi-go>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Wayward_Sonsand of course some editting to the original was done>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Ice_Wraiths
>>39465929you missed the imperial guard we rolled yesterday>>39457027
>>39466047Do they have a name? I can't make a page until they have a name and I didn't think they did
>>39466072i thought we agreed on >>39457411
>>39466110Right then. I'll get on that
We still need to discuss organisation,Also some Writefaggotery is missingAnd we need to think about geography and location of Rusoya
>>39466197>Also some Writefaggotry is missingAll Ice Wraiths writefaggotry has been moved to it's own page>http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Ice_Wraiths_Writefaggotryi don't have time to add the other stuff right now but all you have to do is copy/paste it under a new heading. It's not that hard
Added some stories from this thread.There was some writefaggotery from other but i cant find them
Ok so we now have a (sort of) portal/main page for what I have called the "Rusoya Sector Project">http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Sector_RusoyaAs well as pages for 5 different factions that we have made so far for the sector. This includes>Ice Wraiths>Terindom Civil Reparations Regiment>Night Wolves>Hive Fleet Mi-go>Wayward SonsI think that we should focus on fluffing out those last 4 factions (the fluff sections on the pages are empty currently, although there is a brief summary of each faction on the page) and then after we get some fluff going we make some SoBs or another guard regiment cause there's way more not-imperials than imperials in an imperial sector right now
>>39467743And we need to fluff xenos Wayward Sons are allied with. And finish Ice WraithsI think sector Rusoya will soon be among the best of /tg/ shit. Atleast i hope it will
I'll roll out a regiment here soon with you all if anyone is interested>
>>39468978I'll be there if I can.
>>39468978i think both regiments should be sameOr maybe this will be regiment from Nixarteria?
Alright here we go:Rolling out a new IG regiment. Give me a 1d10
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>39469113
Ok so we're a Penal LegionPenal Legion: Scum, criminals, murderers. Watch them closely.Now what is our Regiment Demographic? Give us a D100
Rolled 60 (1d100)>>39469205
>>39469309Ok, so we're space born convicts sentenced to fight for the emperor.Spacers: Born on asteroids, off-world hab-stations, or the vessels of the Imperial Navy. (If Navy Armsmen was rolled, this may be taken as default)1d10 for the nature of our recruitment please?
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>39469348
>>39469205Just a thought, we already have a penal legion in the sector. Our other regiment is Penal? Unless you guys are dead set on a penal legion maybe roll again?
i'll hold off for this now unless everyone is ok with penal? otherwise we'll need to stop.We rolled a elite tithe. So we're a X regiment born in space and the elite of the elite. Cool! Elite tithe: The best of the best of the planet were recruited for this regiment. (If caste-born or nobility was rolled on demographic table, you may select this by default)
I think we need to sort out the anatomy of the yet is, so far I have no idea what they look like, are they bipedal or not?
I think we need to flesh out what we have. We have 5 factions and barely enough fluff for 1. We need to hold up on creating new ones and complete the ones we have to at least an acceptable standard. I'm not saying we shouldn't have more (well maybe no more marines for now) but Im saying we should finish what we already have started
>>39469759I think they should be huge artic white moose like creatures with a more human looking face and savager looking horns maybe some saver teeth as well
>>39469873I meant saber*
>>39469857I agree. Pagefag, if its ok with you, we'll keep this new regiment on hold till other options are done.
>>39469921That would be fine. Save the rolls somewhere and we can come back to it. Right now I think we should work on the Terindom Civil Reparations Regiment.>History>Major Battles>Strength>Flavor>Number of Regiments>Type of weapons>Style of warfareAll need to be decided on
>>39470001Also we need to Make some fluff for Terindom itself
>>39470025First off lets finish the Ice Wraiths. Where is our sector located?I suggested Segmentum Pacficus or Temptus earlier. Since we're dealing with Kraken, lets be out near the Sabbat Worlds Cluster. Kind of there on the edge of space
>>39470183Yea they should of I'd be our main focus
>>39470183Alright then, We're close to the sabbat worlds. That works well and justifies the isolation of the area
And what about the yetis they need to be defined they seem like bug gimmick of this chapter
>>39469205We've already got a penal legion?
>>39470183dumb anon, thats leviathan thats close to the Sabbat Worlds. Kraken is on the Eastern Edge near the Tau. I suggest it be near Tau space so we can deal with those commie weeboo.
>>39470569Behemoth was on the eastern edge threatening the tau wasnt it? It was the Eldar that Kraken went after
>>39470861It's a good start, I think the antlers need to be sharper and saber tooth tiger fangs would be cool I feel
>>39470861Hehe. It looks kinda silly but I like the design of it
>>39470861I'm aving a giggle over ere
>>39470987kek'dI think we should go with the first one
Gonna bump one last time
>>39470952Also more bear to it? It looks too... baboon as it is now.
>>39469759>>39469873Quick attempt with moosebase +fangs
>>39472951Cool.Also just a general thing I have finished writing the background for the Terindom Regiments. Ideas for individual regiments and characters are still needed but the planetary and regimental background is mostly completed. I based it off of what we had earlier in the thread but most of it was my own invention so it's not set in stone right now
>>39472951Looks pretty good maybe it should have slightly more ape like arms, I think that would add the extra justification for the yet I name