You are Alaric Sepheran, an Astartes of the Blood Angels chapter. You have served faithfully for many, many years, and are a respected veteran of the chapter and a member of Master Dante’s honor guard. In the last few weeks you have been suffering from dreams of a terrible nature, and as you finally reached out to seek aid, you have been chosen by the Chapter Master for an important mission: to act as the Blood Angel’s representative on the world of Eskaton, to act as their guard and adviser in time of war, in payment for a debt incurred a millenium ago.
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Dramatis Personae:Alaric Sepheran - Former veteran sergeant of the Blood Angels, and now honor guard to Chapter Master Dante dispatched on a lengthy mission to the world of EskatonSergeant Nye - Blood Angels Armsman assigned to Brother Alaric as an honor guardCaptain Short - Pilot of Brother Alaric’s personal Fire Raptor transportMiles Bellamy - Imperial governor of EskatonAliana Bellamy - His wife.Lecrecia Bellamy - His teenage daughter.General Alistair Markham - The commanding general of Eskaton’s PDF.General Meryn Reynolds - The commanding general of Eskaton’s small Imperial garrison. Currently engaged to duel Lord Stefan over a slight given to Alaric.Admiral Charles Price - The commander of Eskaton’s system fleet.Canoness Preceptor Selena - The canoness of Eskaton’s small complement of Adepta Sororitas. A friend?Lord Stefan - Lord of one of the four Great Houses of Eskaton.
The hallways outside General Reynolds quarters are empty and cool, the stone walkway stretching out in both directions covered by a thick rug. Portraits of ancient men in military uniform adorn the walls. Your second day on Eskaton is half gone and you have learned much.Four great houses dominate the politics of the world, together controlling the election of the governor through a council of noblemen. In recent years a movement called The White Sun has sprung up, hoping to loosen the grip of the nobility on political power and spread some of it to the common people. The governor has agreed to meet with leaders and organizers of the group in several months in order to find a way to accommodate their requested policies.The fifteen great hives of the world provide for their own defense, organizing active and reserve regiments of ground troops under the overall control of General Meryn Reynolds, with whom you have just recently finished speaking. The quality of these troops you have yet to determine, but you have been invited to attend a live-fire exercise being conducted by one of the capital’s regiments in a month’s time. Perhaps there you will get an understanding of what you have to work with.The time is currently 1300. Eleven hours remain in the day. Spend them wisely.>Try to put an end to the duel between General Markham and Lord Stefan (How?) [?hr]>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]>Inspect the titan maniple [4hr]>Visit Captain Short and/or Sergeant Nye [1hr/2hr]>Visit the Arbites headquarters [3hr]>Visit a member of the governor’s court (specify) [1hr]>Open Response [?hr]
OH MY GOD BLOOD ANGELS QUEST HOW COULD I HAVE NOT ARRIVED FOR THE START WHAT THE FUCK LET EMPEROR HAVE MERCY ON ME>>39448092>Visit Captain Short and/or Sergeant Nye [1hr/2hr]Let's inquire about additional equipement and more throughout search. Still he'll have to take all safety measures as before. Time isn't of importance.>Try to put an end to the duel between General Markham and Lord Stefan (How?) [?hr]I have 2 propositions: one is to cooperate with General and help him destroying Lord Stefan in a duel with our advice and tactical insights and the second option is just to go to Lord Stefan, break his legs in front of everyone and say that matter is settled.
>>39448092>Try to put an end to the duel between General Markham and Lord Stefan (How?) [?hr]Thank him for leaping to your defense, but it wouldn't feel right to you if you stood by while another fought over an insult directed at you. You'd rather fight Lord Stefan yourself.
>>39448267>the second option is just to go to Lord Stefan, break his legs in front of everyone and say that matter is settled.Tempting.
>>39448267You make your way through the palace to where your armsman are quartered, finding Sergeant Nye and his men at ease. Several of them read magazines in their bunks while others play dice or cards. All rise when you enter, and Sergeant Nye greets you, moving to stand before you.“My lord?” he asks.You gesture for his men to be at ease and look at him. “I’d like you to take another look at my rooms, sergeant,” you reply.The sergeant shifts uneasily. “I’m afraid that I’ve done all I can, my lord. I wasn’t really trained for this sort of thing and I fear I might do more harm than good.”>Sergeant Nye needs help if he is going to try to search for surveillance in your rooms. What will it be?
>>39448465Check the power drain from the room, most bugs either have power going to them, or batteries that you can detect. Also you can make microphone resonate with a similar device sometimes.honestly I got nothing.
>>39448465Maybe give him our Auspex and tweak it a bit?
>>39448736I should explain. In Heroquest, you only get one shot at a task. If you fail, you can't simply try again until you succeed, you have to come up with something that changes the circumstances of the contest.>>39448746...This, for instance.
>>39448465there are a few ways to detect a bug. first is a source of electromagnetic radiation where there should be none. another is to find the datastream sent by such a device though this only confirms the existence of surveillance equipment.
“You might be able to use my auspex,” you tell him after several moments of consideration. “Draw it from the armory and do what you need to with it.”He smiles and nods. “Thank you, my lord. It might need some tweaking, but I’ll do my best.”>Continue speaking with Sergeant Nye, or move on to speak with General Markham
>>39448785>>39448806Ok, so let's try to combine it.Our goal: Find a bug using tweaked Auspex and seeking for electromagnetic interference in...walls?
>>39448882Go speak with General Markham.
the duel still isn't between Markham and Stefan but Reynolds and Stefan.
You bid the sergeant farewell and leave the barracks, finding your way with some assistance from passerby to the quarters of General Markham. A servant opens the door for you and admits you into the suite. It is smaller and less lavish than General Reynolds’s.The general rises, wearing simple fatigues, his eyes wide with surprise.“Brother Alaric,” he says, giving a brief and courtly bow as the servant leaves the room, “I was not expecting you. I was just about to go into the field. How may I help you?”“I was hoping that we might speak about the duel,” you begin, and the general nods.“I’m not surprised,” he replies. “And before you ask me to put an end to it, please try to understand what is at stake.” He sits and gestures wordlessly for you to do the same, though the chair he indicates -- like all those in the room -- is far too small for you to sit comfortably. “I know that I am not born of this world, but in the years I have been stationed here I have come to adopt it as my own.” He waves his hand in a brushing motion. “Some would take offense at that adoption, but nevertheless it is how I feel.” He reaches over and pours himself a glass of sparkling water, offering you one, the crystal small and fragile-looking in your hand as you accept it.“To come to the point, Lord Stefan committed a grave crime by insulting you as he did, and we must put it right.”>Open response
why do we want to stop this duel again?
>>39449080You're absolutely right. I'm very sorry for the confusion.
>>39449113"I would feel honored, if not having to worry about you. I will visit Lord Stefan and ask him to retract his words; perhaps no blood need be shed today..
>>39449113If it must be done, Let me do it. I appreciate what you have said, but his insults were directed at me specifically. If another was to be injured or worse because of this, it would reflect poorly on me, and my chapter. A son Of Sanguinius does not hide.
>>39449149Any loss of life might reflect poorly on us and cause a diplomatic scandal for the Chapter as a whole.
>>39449259and it would certainly reflect poorly on this mans political presence if he were to concede a duel he himself issued.
“If it must be done,” you reply, “then let me do it. You honor me with your courage and your words, but I cannot allow another to stand in danger for my sake when I myself remain safe. A Son of Sanguinius does not hide.”The general smiles a little. “Brother Alaric,” he says, “we all have our own code of honor. And here on Eskaton -- you must understand -- it must be one of us who redeems our name. For you to have to fight a duel in defense of your own name… this would be far, far worse than the injury we have already caused. You must let us make this right, or the wound will never be considered healed.”You shift in your seat, your brow furrowing as you begin to reply. “Please, Brother Alaric,” he interrupts, “you must also consider that a duel between yourself and Lord Stefan… the outcome would never be in question.”“What if Lord Stefan made a public apology?”He sighs and looks at you. “I find that prospect doubtful in the extreme, Brother Alaric.”>Open Response
>>39449461It cannot hurt to try. I will talk with him, see if his pride will let him admit he was wrong.
>>39449461"Very well then. Win or lose, the Chapter will remember this debt."
>>39449569After leaving let's find Lord Stefan and then beat him until he will apologize out of his own will.
We should have just spat acid in Stefan's face when he insulted us at the dinner. That would have been more neat and orderly.
>>39449645I wanted to start a food fight, some way to dissolve the tension peacefully but someone else posted before I could. Ah well.
“Very well, then,” you reply, “Win or lose, the Chapter will remember this debt.”The general smiles at you and modestly looks down at his glass.>The time is now 1500. Nine hours remain in the day.>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]>Inspect the titan maniple [4hr]>Visit Captain Short or Sergeant Nye [1hr]>Visit the Arbites headquarters [3hr]>Visit a member of the governor’s court (specify) [1hr]>Open Response [?hr]
>>39449689>Visit the Arbites headquarters [3hr]We can't come out in support of a populist movement if there's an issue with world security.
>>39449689>>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]
>>39449735>Visit the Arbites headquarters [3hr]
>>39449750>>39449819Out of curiosity, that to slap him around or ask him to pretty please say he's sorry?
>>39449689>Visit the Arbites headquarters [3hr]
>>39449876Little of both.
>>39449876It's important to note that he was really scared when he accepted the duel. We might be able to get a retraction from him if we put it down to wine.
>>39449689>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]
Still occupied with thoughts of General Reynolds and Lord Stefan facing each other across an open field, you make your way to the palace hangar, where Captain Short and his crew have stowed your transport. They quickly spin up the engines when you express your wish to visit the Arbites headquarters, and within ten minutes, you, Sergeant Nye, and two of your armsmen are in the air, flying over the capital city.The headquarters of the Arbites is an imposing building, fortified against the prospect of civil unrest. As the ramp drops and you make your way out of the craft, you see numerous other vehicles in black paint ready for use. Crowds hurry past the building below you, and the wind blows strongly against the small party of Arbites officers who hurry over to greet you.“Good afternoon, my lord,” the lead one says in greeting, “I am Senior Judge Breos. I apologize for this poor welcome, but we were not aware that you were on your way to visit us.”You nod to him slightly. “I was hoping that I might speak with the Provost Marshal.”The judge nods. “Of course, my lord. Please come this way.”As he turns to lead you inside he looks back at you. “The Provost Marshal is returning from a meeting on the other side of the capital. May I ask what you wish to speak with him about so he may be better prepared when he arrives?”>Open Response
>>39450040"There's a new faction called the White Sun emerging. I wanted to see if you had any reservations about this group."
>>39450085"Or rather, the Provost Marshal in charge."
>>39450040I'm seconding this >>39450085
>>39450040This quest was a pleasant surprise to a dull night. I thought QM had dropped it already like happens to most quests lately."I am reviewing the planet and it's holdings for the moment so that I can advise as to where improvements should be made in the future. One must be ever vigilant for threats against the Imperium."
“I had hoped to discuss the group known as The White Sun,” you reply, and the other man nods, the heavy door clanging shut behind you as you enter into the building, cutting off the sound of the wind.“I’m not surprised, my lord. The Provost Marshal will have much to say, I am sure.”He leads you down long hallways, and you notice that they have been designed to make a forcible entry into the building as dangerous and hazardous as possible. “This is the Provost Marshal’s office, my lord,” the judge informs you as you reach what must be the heart of the building. “Please enter at your convenience.”You nod and thank him, quietly opening the door and walking inside.The man who greets you is tall and lean, his greying hair doing nothing to diminish the impression of vigor and activity.“Brother Alaric,” he says, approaching you without hesitation to shake your hand. “I am Ryan Delgado, the Provost Marshal for this world. How may I be of service?”“I am interested to learn more about The White Sun. I have been on this world only briefly and already I feel as if they are an important group.”The provost shrugs one shoulder and turns, beckoning for you to follow him further into his office. A map of Eskaton is spread across one wall.“It is true that they are important,” he says after a moment, looking at the map. “They are influential and widespread, but not really in terms of membership.” He looks at you. “Do you understand what I mean?”You point to the capital on the map with your finger, several names written there beside an emblazon of a white sun. “You refer to their leaders.”He nods. “It is our belief that they have few real followers. Their power is in their leadership. They are charismatic and well-educated, and they have built up a power base within the population over a decade at least.”
“And the governor has allowed this?”The provost furrows his brow and sighs, leaning against the edge of his desk and folding his arms. “He has. But I believe that The White Sun is simply a group which wishes the best for Eskaton. They see the nobility as having too much power, and want some of it for the people.”>Open Response
>>39450404"Some simple concessions might decrease their membership, then. Is there any strong presence in the local PDF groups?"
>>39450404>"Biggest heresies start from purest intentions. Do you have list of names? ">Discuss some more current affairs, take as much materials on White Suns as we can
>>39450404"I shall have to meet with their leaders then so that I may judge their character myself. After all one can offer gifts with one hand while hiding a dagger in the other."
>>39450404Everybody speaks good of the White Suns and they seem to only want what's good for the people. Calling it right now, they have chaos cultists within them and are going to unleash hell eventually.
>decades at least. Okay, probably not gene-stealers then. We should check for any notable ties offworld or to the Ecclesiarchy. After that, we can ask about any unusual rates on psychic emergence on the planet or strange mutations.
>>39450618They might not even have chaos cultists, but organizations like that are pretty fucking evil. Imagine what democracy means for Imperium. It's disaster. If common folk would vote and have any saying, it wouldn't be so pious, it would degenerate and also not respond as fast to strife as panicked for its own survival fanatical feudal pleb happy that it has something to eat today.Seriously, this world is fucking bad news. I bet it came to such grave state that our Canonness doesn't flagellate herself daily.
“Some simple concessions might decrease their membership, then.”The provost smiles and taps his nose. “That is, I believe, precisely what the governor hopes to accomplish with the meeting that will take place in a few months.”“Perhaps I will have to attend with the governor so that I can judge their leaders for myself.”He nods. “I’m sure your presence would be welcome.”You look back at the map. “Do you know of any strong presence in the local PDF groups?”He shakes his head. “Nothing that would cause any worry. The active regiments generally are too busy for such involvement, but they might have some sympathies in that direction. If I were to be concerned about any particular group, it would be the reserve regiments simply because they are primarily civilians and spend only a small part of their time in service.”The fifteen hives on the global map each have that same symbol of the white sun along with a list of names. “Could you provide me with your data? I do not wish to take up too much of your time with things I could learn simply be reading a report.”The provost smiles again and stands. “It is my pleasure, Brother Alaric, but I will make sure our information is available to you.”>Open Response
>>39450805As long as they serve the Imperium and recognize the authority of the Emperor then they can have their democracy.>>39450841"Thank you for your time Provost Marshal. If you have need of me you know how to reach me." Time to inspect dat fleet.
>>39450841>Exchange courtesies, leave to meet Lord StefanWe will check later if the data is complete of if he tried to hid something from us.
>>39450841Thank you, Provost Delgado. In other news, has there been any unusual incidences regarding mutation or psykic emergence?
You incline your head to him in thanks. “Thank you for your time, Provost Marshal. If you have need of me, you may contact me at any time.”He smiles and you bid each other farewell before parting. You collect Sergeant Nye and your two armsmen at the entrance and allow your guide to take you back to your transport.>The time is now 1800. Six hours remain in the day.>Take time for the evening meal [1hr]>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]>Inspect the titan maniple [4hr]>Visit Captain Short or Sergeant Nye [1hr]>Visit a member of the governor’s court (specify) [1hr]>Open Response [?hr]
>>39451086>>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]Got to see what the system has in the term of defenses.
>>39451086>>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]
>>39451086>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]It's time to do so now. Duel will be in 2h.
>>39451108>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]
>>39451086>Speak with Lord Stefan [1hr]He's probably pissing and shaking in his overcoat, the prick.
>>39451086>>Inspect the system fleet [2hr]
We have samefagging going on here. Like they want to lose a useful general to a foppish prick.
The flight goes by quickly and soon enough Captain Short sets you down in the palace hangar. You send him and his crew along with Sergeant Nye and the two armsmen to go eat before moving further into the palace, finding the apartments kept for visiting members of the Great Houses. With some help, you find the one occupied by Lord Stefan.The servant’s eyes go big when he answers the door, and he stammers for a good minute before he is able to complete a coherent utterance. “Please come in my lord,” he manages.You step into the lavish apartments and are asked to wait in the antechamber by the servant as he goes to summon his master.A few minutes later Lord Stefan emerges, dressed simply and cleanly.He bows deeply to you. “My lord Alaric,” he says quietly as he rises, eyes meeting yours without hesitation. You can tell that every muscle of his body and every movement he makes is under rigid control.>Open response
>>39451396"Lord Stefan, you know why I am here. You have acted in poor taste for reasons I am not entirely sure. I have come here to request you make a public apology so we do not risk the lives of the Imperiums resources in a duel that serves very little purpose."
>>39451396"Lord Stefan. We did not part with good intentions last night. I am ready to forgive some hasty words on your part, I have talked to General Reynolds, and he feels that this is a matter of duty for him. A simple matter of a public apology would be enough to bury this matter with honor.">captcha: liesk
>>39451396"Lord Stefan. I'll take between 4 and 10 minutes of your time, depending on how will you act during course of our meeting. Now please invite me to proper guest chambers."
“You know why I am here, Lord Stefan,” you say quietly, and he nods.“I do,” he replies simply.“Then I will not waste your time. General Reynolds feels honor-bound to stand against you in a duel -- a duel in which one or both of you may lose your lives. Surely hasty words fed by too much wine are not worth a man’s life.”Stefan hesitates, his eyes caged as if awaiting a trap.“Apologize to me in front of those who were at dinner, and General Reynolds will be willing to drop his challenge.”“You are very gracious, Lord Alaric,” he murmurs, watching your face. “I fear I have humiliated myself enough already.”>Open response
>>39451615"Thank you. I will be with the General at the proscribed time. Be calm."And then we can take our leave.
>>39451615"Humility, discipline, courage and self sacrifice. That is what makes mankind strong in the face of the horrors of the universe. That is what has made us survive this long. Remember that."
>>39451615"Your humilation will not find end if that duel will come to fruition. In case of your death all your enemies at the court, including governor will make a mockery out of you. If you will win, you will also be shunned and spilled blood will scream to be avenged. Your end will be much more grim and humilating. And I want to spare you such humilation".
>>39451767Wait, I shouldn't have said that governor is his enemy. Oh no. Oh no!
You nod and turn away, making for the door. “I will be with the general at the appointed time. Be calm. Humility, discipline, courage and self sacrifice: these are the things that make us strong.”“Wait.” You feel a hand on your elbow and you turn to see Lord Stefan looking at you still. “Wait,” he says and turns, taking an ornate wooden box from the servant.He looks down at it as if it were a newborn child. “My father gave me this,” he murmurs, a faraway look in his eye. “He told me once that a man’s honor was his life, and so a man should be able to defend both through word and deed.” When he opens the lid you see an ornate laspistol resting in red velvet. “The duel is the ultimate expression of that code,” he half whispers as he looks up at you, “but what of a man who has no honor? Who has nothing in this world but his title?”He looks back down at the silver pistol, beautiful and deadly in its casing. “I was going to kill a good man with this pistol,” he murmurs, “and for what?”>Open response
>>39451923Nothing but some words, and your station. Men of power must be very careful in their actions.
>>39451923"A man with no honor is only Human, what makes a man great is to stand above the animal within. To do right where there is wrong. Protect where others are to weak. Fight where all hope is lost. That is what there it to be a man of honor. That is what all of mankind should strive for. If you claim to have no honor then strive towards that. To advance and improve once self is the birthright of all men an women of the Imperium. To deny the chance to improve yourself is to deny your humanity."
>>39451923Approach Lord Stefan. He looks suicidal. Try to calm him."Tell me Lord Stefan. Were you seeking glory for yourself? Or you just wanted to kill a man?"
>>39452101>calm himI meant, to distract him with words. sorry for post under post
“Nothing but a few words said in anger,” you reply, “and the taint of pride.”He flinches very slightly but nods, closing the box slowly.“Then perhaps words may be enough,” he says quietly, looking back up at you, “I will make my apology.”You nod to him, and the two of you look at each other for a long while in silence. “Men of power must be careful in their actions,” you say, “we Astartes know this better than most.“For no man is born with honor. It is earned by standing above the animal within, by doing right where there is wrong, by protecting others when they are weak, by fighting even when all hope is lost: through these things we make ourselves better, and earn the honor which is the potential for all men.”He looks at you and swallows. “Your words shame me, Lord Alaric,” he murmurs, “but I will remember them.”>Open Response
>>39452300"May the Emperor be with you Lord Stefan." Nod and leave. Fleet visit now?
>>39452392I'd suggest titan maniple. It's simply too important strategic target. There are some inspections to be made asap.
>>39452443>>39452392It'd take 4 hours for titan and 2 for fleet duel is happening in 1
>>39452462Is it? I believe it was stated to be tomorrow morning.
>>39452538Oh...well, so that's ok. First fleet and then titan maniple at the end of the day.
“Then may the Emperor be with you, Lord Stefan,” you answer, “and may he guide you on the path you must walk.”You sigh wearily as you leave the apartment, taking a moment to collect yourself. You hope that you have forestalled the loss either of a Lord of an important family, or the commanding general of the Imperial garrison. Only tomorrow will tell for sure.Deciding to speak with Admiral Price, you make your way to his suite.He welcomes you calmly as you enter, asking how he may be of service.>Open Response
Are you guys liking the more open responses this time? Or would you rather go back to having me provide set options with the occasional write-in?
>>39452871It's alright like this. You seem to be able to blend the responses well enough together.
>>39452795>Ask about number of military vessels, trade routes, how many are deployed to assist in various minor missions and what are main defensive tactics. Also where are systems of early detection/psykers located. >>39452871They are ok, we had/have some area for contribution. It comes slowly to lazy us, but finding what could help us with wire-tap searches or making discussion with visibly shaken Lord is certainly in plus.
>>39452871Open responses are good until a certain point. Giving us options with writ-ins will ensure we do not end up in one of those situations where we sit around for an hour not coming up with anything because none of the players have any idea how to do things. A mix would work best in my opinion. >>39452795"Admiral, I would like to know the current state of the local navy. Numbers of current ships, defensive readyness, production capabilitys should the system need replacements."
>>39452937>>39452986>>39452998Okay. What I may do is have conversations stay mostly open and then have more mechanical or unusual situations provided with set responses.
>>39453047That's fine too.
>>39453047Or when time is crucial and pacing should be fast. In combat situations or quick skill checks it's better to give a) explode floor b) jump off the balcony trying to land on ship c) keep shooting motherfuckers options then ask players what they do when building is collapsing since then elaborate plans that would take half an hour to execute will be devised.
>>39453196Thanks for the input, guys. I'll definitely keep it in mind as we go forward.
“I hoped that I might get a general overview of our system’s defenses,” you tell him after the preliminaries have been dispensed with.He smiles faintly and flicks a switch on his desk, activating a holo. “Most of Eskaton’s fleet anchors around our moon. We have three squadrons of escorts, a squadron of light cruisers, a Mars class battlecruiser which serves as the flagship, two Lunar class cruisers, two Tyrant class cruisers, and one Dictator class cruiser.” He takes a breath and smiles at you. “Some vessels are detached on patrol in-system, but mostly we keep them close to home. Eskaton is the only inhabited world in the system, outside various mining endeavours.”“And they’re all operational?”“Of course. We do a work up and refit every decade or so to keep them in good condition, but we have solid dependable ships.” He smiles crookedly. “That’s the upside for not having access to the higher-quality equipment: ours rarely breaks.”“So most of the ships were produced locally?”He frowns slightly and flips through a dataslate on his desk. “I’d say about half,” he replies after a few moments. “But they’re pretty consistent models throughout the subsector. All our ships are built at Argos and then deployed from there when replacements are needed.”>That’s all for today, everyone. Thank you for playing, and I hope you enjoyed our session today. If you haven’t already, follow the Blood Angel Quest twitter for updates. Next session will be either Sunday or Monday of next week.
>>39453449Thank you Lawspeaker. See you in a week!
>>39453449Huu, that's a more impressive fleet than I expected from a pleasure world. See you next week!
>>39453449Thanks for running!