In the grim darkness of the 41st millennium there is only war. Imperium of Man, once strong and proud, now is slowly crumbling, whole regions of space are lost to the horrors that lurk in the darkness of the void. Sector Deus is just one of the thousands of Imperial provinces that form the front line in the war to defend Humanity itself. Corruption from within and aggression from without threaten it. But the Emperor sends us hope. High Lords of Terra commissioned a Chapter of Adeptus Astartes, finest warriors Humanity has ever seen, to defend this region of space. They are the last line of defence that hold Age of Ruin at bay. They are the Ghosts of Retribution and this is their tale.
>>40626514Ave to you too, brother.+++Chapter Chronicles and starting point for the initiates:http://chapterquest.wikia.com/wiki/Chapter_Quest_WikiDatalogs from the previous thread:http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/40476242/Voxcaster frequency (use for operational purposes only):https://client02.chat.mibbit.com/?channel=%23RisingSons&server=irc.Rizon.net+Thought for the day: Decay is inevitable. Save what you can, burn the rest.+Theme: https://listenonrepeat.com/?v=x2Lc2WYPQ0w#Dawn_of_War_II_OST_Full_-_HD
>>40626698>Decay is inevitable.Well said. Papa Nurgle would be proud.
>>40627017Frag off Ebon Host
Rolled 96 (1d100)Rolling for Folkvangr salvaging ops.
New year, new events>Galactic events:Black Templars destroy the Chaos Hounds Warband in the Gothic Sector. Their glorious victory secures Imperial colonies in that region of space. Black Templar warship "Sanctimus" is now moving towards Sector Deus and will be passing our realm in 2 years time.>Sector eventsIrresponsible rogue trader has delivered a shipment of lasguns to the developing world of Ginaria, changing the balance of power there, a minor civil war breaks out.>Realm eventsSeran, Master of the Forge, approaches you:>Milord, I would like to inform you that it appears that one of our Techmarines has shown great talent for creation. His name is Tiberius and I strongly suggest you to send him to one of the Forge Worlds to learn the craft of the Artisan. Please, take a look at this wonderful item which he has created:[Roll d6]:1. Suit of armour2. Power-Sword3. Statue4. Servitor5. Painting6. Flag
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>40627228Relics ho!>Of course Seran, he will be sent to a forge world immediately!
Rolled 1 (1d6)>>40627228>>40627262Let's try that again
Rolled 81 (1d100)folkvangr vehicle repairs
Averon Birg, your Chapter Treasurer approaches you, his back is slightly slouched, and his shoulders tensely raised. He has the bearing of a man who brings bad news.>M'lord I have made some estimates and accounting and as your Tresurer, I must say that while the Chapter is doing admirably on the battlefield, we have a much more abysmal situation on our financing.Averon lays a dataslate with some graphs on it
>>40627228>will be passing our realm in 2 years time.passing our realm or have they declared a new crusade in our sector?
>>40627345>I have researched our monetary gains and expenses during the last forty years, and it is not looking good. If this keeps up we won't be able to buy mere ammunition.His pained expression brightens, as he straightens himself a little.>Of course I didn't just came to you to be a barer of bad news. I have many proporsition for solution. By my estimates, the most economical decision would be, if every fourth year we increase our yearly income. My second proposition is connected with the first one; separate accounting.>This is how it works. There are two accounts; Expansion, and General account. For instance we gain 10 million thrones from Adria for the next nine years. There is a divison precentage between the accounts, I can advise which is the best, the but decision will be always yours Chapter Master.>For instance, if the division rate is 50-50%, then every year 5-5 wealth goes to each account. Let's say the 10 years is over and each account has 50 million.>An emergency occours, and we have to spend some thrones. With the separate accounting, we will know that we have 50 thrones to spend at maximum if we want to keep growing. Of course the money is alway's the chapters, and by extension, yours, so if you deem it necessary, we can always spend all 100 million throne on the emergency, though I highly advise against that.>Addittionally if you think the chapter is doing well, you can always deposit more on the Expansion account.That's the gist of Averon's proposal, the rest is enthusiastic and highly compressed lecture about costs, marginal costs, revenues, indexes, and supply curves.
>>40626483Oh regarding Operation Mole.I didn't wrote it in because I thought it ould be obvous, but better be sureThe sealed down part, where we closed of Messiah is to remain closed.I don't want any of the recruits to be chopped up by a mad AI
>>40627213So, I'll assume that it's for the operation with the SoB's. You also need to make a few more rolls:+d100 [Success] (96)+d100 [Timespan]+d100 [Human casualties]+d100 [Astartes casualties]+d100 [Hearts & Minds]Also Please roll for Krieg 128th:+d100 [Success] (alread rolled, 100)+d100 [Casualties] +d100 [Area cleared; %]
>>40627419>+d100 [Timespan]It'll take 5 years to train them>+d100 [Human casualties]+d100 [Astartes casualties]The servitors don't appear in any seriously threatening numbers on folkvangr
>>40627228>Black Templars destroy the Chaos Hounds Warband in the Gothic Sector. Their glorious victory secures Imperial colonies in that region of space. Black Templar warship "Sanctimus" is now moving towards Sector Deus and will be passing our realm in 2 years time.Well, let us prepare the feast well in advance then! We will drink on victory and on humanity's reign eternal, pretheirpare Mormark and the Tombstone for the festivities!
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>40627419>Also Please roll for Krieg 128th>+d100 [Casualties] Lebt, Krieger des Imperators!
Rolled 76 (1d100)>>40627419>+d100 [Hearts & Minds]Fightfightfightkisskisskiss
>>40627462While we are at it, I would like to adress somethingI've been thinking about the possibilities, troubles, and dangers, of the cults within the chapter. It occoured to me, that instead of simply worhipping the Emperor, or being content with themselves, why would sane marines go and be loners on the Icy wastes, worship Chapter Master, or "collect souls" of their fallen enemies. We even have a damned Offical Chapter Cult. Then I realised what the Chapter Cult lacks in face of the othe cults.We don't have traditions, we don't have rituals, gatherings, something that gives the Marines a sense of belonging, something that would force their loyalties. The Soulkillers had their whole trophy collection thing, the Ice Wraiths went on picnics, and even the DeathWishers do some public punching together.So what we need is something that reinforces the identity of the Marines, something that makes them think "Fuck yeah, I'm a GoR"
>>40627522so I here is my idea:The Séance: At in the final days of every year the Ghosts hold an event. Only the fully fledged marines may participate. In he event the Chapter Master talks to his people, to disperse their doubts, and lift their spirit.In the following days, the Chapter recounts the deeds done during that year, celebrates the good, remembers the memorable, mourns the fallen.After that, they cross out the repayed debts from the Chapter Chronicles, and add the good deeds. The event is finished with the Whispered Promise. Every marine can make an oath, a single promise for the future, that they will try to uphold to their best in the following year.
>>40627419>+d100 [Area cleared; %]Well let's finish the krieg deal
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>40627599>>40627419NAT ONE GO
>>40627345>>40627364Wonderful, +1 and +2 character xp to spend on Averon Birg.>>40627272>>40627278Where should we send him, milord?>Nestorium, Sector DeusIt's close and our allies will teach him out of courtesy for us. We should expect him to be back to the Chapter within 3+d7 years. However we must be aware that we'll owe a favour to our allies.>Mars, Solar SystemIt's the greatest place for promising talents to learn their trade, however the good teachers are highly sought after and a recently founded Chapter, such as ours, would need to donate to get proper education for our Artificer. We could expect him to come back in 3+2d7 years and it would cost us d10 Wealth.>Graia, Sector DraximosKnown for it's giant forges, Graia is an impressive place to start a career for a young Artificer. It's far away, but getting a teacher will not cost anything. We could expect Tiberius to be back in 3+3d7 years.>>40627460>It'll take 5 years to train themI don't recall us rolling for this last thread. The length of training will depend on how receptive sisters will be.>The servitors don't appear in any seriously threatening numbers on folkvangrIt's a Death World and it's a combat situation. Please roll d100 for Human and d100 for Astartes casualties.>>40627522>>40627538Sounds interesting.
>>40627522>>40627538That's a pretty neat idea, but it shares the same reservations I've had with the chapter cult, it feels artificial to impose a tradition, rather than have it grow naturally. Seance is a pretty cool name if we were to do some sort of memorial like you suggested though.
>>40627617>>40627489Krieger Mission:Success: Absolute FailureCasualties: Very LowArea Cleared: 28% [decreased to 0% due to nat. 100]Kriegers have done their best, however the task is simply too hard for them. They are unstoppable when fighting in a formation on a battlefield, however the endless wastes are not an enemy you can attack. For the first few months they tried marching onto the biggest suspected concentrations of mad battle-servitors, however by the time they would arrive, mad machines would be already gone. They tried splitting their forces into smaller detachments, to cover greater area, however then needless casualties started mounting and officers decided that completing the mission comes first before their wish to die for the Emperor. They also tried siege method - methodically deconstructing debris and advancing forward only when the area is secured. However not only this method would require them a few centuries to clear out the planet, but it also proved fruitless as servitors and mutants appear to have dug miles of underground tunnels beneath the fields of debris, making the task twice as hard...Casualties: d100-20 from every Brigade (5d100)
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>40627904"The servitors aren't bad. It is the ordinance and odd ash slide that will get ya!"(not talking to Kerr before training with Folkvangr folks. kek)human casualties
>>40627904>Nestorium, Sector DeusIt's close and our allies will teach him out of courtesy for us. We should expect him to be back to the Chapter within 3+d7 years. However we must be aware that we'll owe a favour to our allies.Seems like the best option, we don't want to wait too long for our Artificer to start making things, and owing our allies isn't so big a deal.
Rolled 6 (1d7)>>40627904>Mars, Solar SystemOnly the best for our chapter
>>40627912And look what failing to establish a chapter cult or belief got us.Stupid losses because our chapter developed multiple competing cults, most of which are heresy.
Rolled 38 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>40627921>Casualties: d100-20 from every Brigade (5d100)
>>40628106>+20something went horribly wrong here
>>40628106You can't do minus, you have to substract it manually
>>40628161Now that's just fucking stupid>>40628106EIGHTTEEN (18)
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>40627419astartes casualties
I have another misson that I would start if there are no objections. I need MS's approval for this since I'd like to send Magos Voughtius for this, and if I remember correctly she is his character.Important this mission works under the assumption that Voughtius has means to contact Anastasia Barbaross without unwanted attention
>>40627959During the training sisters have suffered some casualties, both from natural causes(if you can call unexploded ordnance natural) and from the battle servitors. Over a hundred sisters have perished before the training was over.Casualties: 100+d100>>40628313Meanwhile Space Marines have fared very well in comparison. Only a few brothers have died and only in worst of circumstances. Roll d4, one of these events happens:1. =Training accident= Brother Lamidius was shot by accident by one of the sisters with a meltagun. Poor sister went mad from grief.2. =Sleeper= During a routine endurance exercise armourless Astartes have by accident awakened Heavy Battle Servitor, it obliterated Drewar's head and torn Ajax in two before Kay took the beast down personally.3. =Landslide= Astartes were operating with sisters near the volcanic areas when an unexpected eruption split the mountainside and brothers Higer, Nozar and Trekion were burned alive, another 23 sisters died together with them.4 =No casualties= Kay has managed to complete the mission without a single casualty, he gains trait +Protector+(10% reduction to casualties under his command)
Rolled 1 (1d4)>>40628433Voughtius would listen. Especially if it got her and a certain tank back to Barbaross.>>40628441Rolled the casualties, will roll the d4
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>40628441Tempest casualties
>>40628433Mission Name: Hide and SeekLeader: Captain QuintorMembers: 5th company, 40 marine 1 apothecary, 2 techmarine, Chaplain Tempestos, Magos VoughtiusTransport/Vehicles: Strongback, 1 thunderhawk. I requisitioned 10 warbike for you use, that migh come handy on the steppes of Wladistan. You might even gift one away to the Planetary Governor, should the possibility arise to gain something of at least equal value.Equipment: long range scanners,Primary Mission One: Brother Quintor, your mission is simple, search the planet Wladistan and the sorrounding space for xeno, expecially Tau activity. Looking for portal and webway activity is also highly recommended. I send with you 2 techmarines who ill work out the thechnical details. I you could find traces of Boher Elegion, and Vectus, the mission would be considered success.Primary Mission Two: Offically, Magos Voughtius will accompany you to help with her expertise in scanning Wladistan, and give technical support. However she is instructed to try and meet with Anastasia Barbaross away from prying eyes. Try your best to meet with the Rouge Trader, and learn what she know, what the sector government doesn't want her to know. Gather the intel from her, and offer her to smuggle her back to Tombstone. If she refuses, let her go. She is innocent until proven guilty.Duration and Success Criteria: Any definite sign of xeno, especially Tau activity, or till 352.M41Secondary/Tertiary Mission: The world Wladistan has fierce inhabitants. They may even be called savage by some, but I call them potential recruits. Your close combat expertise will be of great value in gaining the admiration of the Wladistanians, in showing them what the zeal of the Emperor's finest looks like. I send Chaplain Tempestos with you to aid you in this pourpose. The intel from the inhabitans also might be of use, if the Tau are actually in the area, then they must have attempted connections at least once.Emperor be with you.
>>40628583I don't back this mission, 5th company is guarding tombstone and going on some wild goose chase for mystery tau is a waste of time, and that rogue trader is currently engaged.
Rolled 7 (1d100)>>40628441and if we still need 'period of time'if not, rolling for statue to brother Lamidius
>>40628609"his company has spent much of it's time as the garrison for the Tombstone. Quintor is both pleased that he has lost none of his command, but also disappointed with the lack of action he has seen and eager to get into the thick of the fight"Tombstone is not under immidiate threat, All the scouts are there preforming Operation Mole, so perhaps 30 marines won't be missing
>>40628477>>40628576In the end 164 sisters died, 1 marine was killed by accident.>>40628015Please roll one more 7d>>40627519While sisters are grateful for the support and training you have provided, they still view you as demigods sent by the Emperor and view you as allies in a common struggle and nothing more. Who knows, maybe that's all you need?>>40628625While it took sisters some time to get used to the new equipment and new fighting methods, it was a lot quicker than you expected. The Ionian Sisters will be ready to fight on equal ground with sisters of battle in 3 years. It costs you only 40 Wealth to equip them.Gain reputation:+Ionian Sisters(Respect)
>>40628719>"his company has spent much of it's time as the garrison for the Tombstone. Quintor is both pleased that he has lost none of his command, but also disappointed with the lack of action he has seen and eager to get into the thick of the fight"I should remove that, it's no longer valid, not by a long shot. They took part in betrayal at varda and have been split up hunting for dreifus and helping sternberg these past few years.Plus hunting for tau is still a waste of marines and the rogue trader is still engaged.
Rolled 6 (1d7)>>40628736>Please roll one more 7dsorry thought you were just doubling one roll
Rolled 4 (1d7)>>40628736>Who knows, maybe that's all you need?NO!>Please roll one more 7d
>>40628736I must point out that "only 40 wealth" is around 6 years of income and 33% of our Chapter Treasury
>>40628820Don't worry, by next year it'll be 33% of our yearly income.
>>40628863Are you saying that we will get 120 wealth on average from next year? We will roll with a 2d100+40?
>>40628736Should we go again for the Krieg 128th then? It's gonna be a long-term operation.Also some additions to the AdMech portion of the plan. Nestorians will concentrate on neutralising the most active problem volcanoes, as well as neutralising the area around Spirit's Vigil.Meanwhile an element from Agrotus, who are Folkvangr's go-to techpriests, build ashslide redirection structures around the cleared areas etc.Just a quick change whilst Hadrian is still planning.
Rolled 81 (1d100)>>40628736But can love bloom?ROLLIN BONES
Rolled 49 (1d100)>>40628978Can love *BLAM* on the battlefield?
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>40628978>>40629044Love always needs 3 attemptsit is known
>>40628812No worries, I was doing it for your convenience - you might roll 1+6, for example.+++Tiberius' training will take 15 years and it will cost Chapter 10 Wealth. Also, please add a Relic:+Tiberius' Armour+Roll 1d5 for effects:1. Integrated Force Field 2. Impressive Ornamentation (+10 to Charisma rolls while wearing it)3. Enhanced life-support systems (NPC gets a 20% chance to survive an otherwise mortal non-obliterating wound)4. Lightweight materials (user of this power armour can perform acrobatic feats while wearing it)5. Psychic Wards (weakens psykers in the vicinity)>>40628945Noted. As Kriegers have lost 92 men over the course of the year, they are not worried about trying again. Next year you'll be able to repeat it and possibly do it as an extended action.
Rolled 1 (1d5)>>40629071Psychic Ward, come
Rolled 3 (1d5)>>40629071Dem sweet effects.I think we'd all like to move on now. Shall we talk with our new Eldar friend?
>>40629071also if it is 10 years, can pay yearly?
>>40629071for the sake of clarity is this armour considered heroic-level meaning appropriate for the purposes of a captain?
>>40629122No, it's 10 Wealth for the full training, don't worry.>>40629092>>40629100Pick whichever you want of these two. Whole Chapter votes.>>40629100>>40629309Certainly. Maybe a little bit below something fitting for a Chapter Master, but a great gift to any Captain or other Chapter nonetheless.+++When you enter the cell where the eldar captive is kept, you suddenly feel a strong gust of his psychic power wash over you. His piercing eyes are looking straight at you, as if accusing, but his gaze bears no malice. He is a young Eldar male, or more likely just young-looking, rather than truly young. From what you recall from your chats with Adriel, an Eldar can be a few thousands of years old, but he will still feel young at heart and keep his appearances in line with the way he feels. When he speaks, his perfect teeth shine even in the dim light of the prison cell:>Hah, the warrior-king. Pleasure is mine, mon-keigh. Don't think me ungrateful for saving me away from your plagued brethren, but for some reason I still feel as if I am a captive. I feel the touch of the Race upon you, your mind has had close contacts with us before, I am sure. You even understand the tongue, which is even more impressive. Because of this reason I'll treat you as my equal, even though you are mon-keigh. Thus, by the Eldar rules of the engagement, I am willing to grant you any one favour in return for my freedom. So, what would you want of me?
>>40629476I vote for the force field.>>40629476So, what would you want of me?>I'd just like to start off with a few questions friend.>What is your name?>How did you end up on the plague ship?>From where do you hail?>Where would we release you?>Though I'm sure you have skills, I do not know what they are. What manner of favours can you do for me?
>>40629476>I'll treat you as my equal, even though you are mon-keighYou were the captive of traitors and renegades. The very same ones who I crushed. So no, we are not equals.>I am willing to grant you any one favour in return for my freedomYou are my captive and have no bargaining power. If you cooperate I may choose to negotiate. For the time being I suggest you remember who has power here and cooperate fully--for your sake.>So, what would you want of me?You may begin by telling me how you came to be a captive and why the Chaos filth decided to hold you captive instead of killing you.
>>40629476>Pick whichever you want of these two. Whole Chapter votes.Force field!
>>40629476>>40629585>"Let us converse for a start, my dear guest. How may I adress you?>First I apologize if you feel like a captive. You understand nothing that get's recovered from the clutches of Chaos can be threadted lightly, either because it wears it's taint - which in your case I don't have to fear I am sure - or because of the whole reason it was loced up in the first place.>I'll have to inquire, how and why did the tainted ones took hold of you?>As courtesy I must also inform you that we are deep in the space of my people, and deep in it's conflicts. Should we choose to extend the gift of freedom to you where, and how may it be best for you and us to do so?
>>40629476in chat me and Trip also voted the forcefield
>>40629585>Ahh, but hearing my story is a reward in and of itself, mon-keigh. If you will give me freedom in exchange for my answers, I will answer any questions you might have. However I will tell you my name, it's Ixadiel of Il-Kaithe.>>40629628>Cooperation is fickle thing, it depends on the circumstances. I may cooperate while I am a captive, but will I do so when I am holding a blade at your throat? Maybe, maybe not. What I am offering you is better - a contract, an exchange, a word for word. Your kind is not sophisticated, but the brotherhood of the warriors extends across the boundaries of flesh, I know that even mon-keigh brutes value their honour. For every thing you trade me, I will trade something back to you and you can expect absolute honesty from me. If you'll give me wine, you'll get kind words, if you'll torture me, you'll get lies or worse.>>40629747>I am glad you are a man of reason and elegance, if you'd decide to trade me freedom, I'd accept it only after you've taken my part of the deal and then I'll show you where I'd be happy to take my freedom.>>40629808Done, integrated forcefield protects this suit of armour! It's strong enough to take a melta-shot, however bear in mind that under multiple shots it will still fail. However it's wearer is close to undefeatable to anyone armed with small arms.
>>40629881>If you'll give me wine, you'll get kind words, if you'll torture me, you'll get lies or worse.Your silky words have no effect on me xenos. As you noted I have had dealings with your kind before. If I gave you wine you would only bore me to death with complaints about how inferior it was to that of your own kind.
>>40629984Here Chapter Master forgets that the "good marine, bad marine" routine is usually played with two marines
>>40629881>I don't care about your story, I care about how you can be of any use to me. Are you capable of scanning and deciphering Astropathic messages that were sent in the past?
>>40630083or maybe he wants to be the "I'm getting really tired of your shit" marine
>>40629984>I wasn't asking for a wine, you dolt, it was an allegory. Treat me nice and i'll repay you in kind.>>40630103>Well, that's an interesting request, but I appreciate you being direct with me. Yes, as long as I have access to the person who sent it or foci, talisman or whatever item that was used to send it... Also, how old are we talking about? A few hours? Weeks? Centuries? My powers have limits, you know.You smile to yourself, knowing his limits very well. After all he's sitting in a warded cell that limits him to only most basic psychic activity. Ixadiel smiles.>You know, I have an idea. I like that ring that you have on your hand. I see that Fate is going to take it away from you, possibly tomorrow or maybe in a century, but you'll lose it. Give it to me and I'll spill you my secrets, those might bring you more riches and trinkets than this ring ever will...
>>40630103>>40630304Whatever we make him do It has to leas us to a secret place, or an accessible person, someone or something. Someone we can pressure for evidence, or someplace where wecan gather evidence
>>40630304>For someone we just saved from a plague filled, pestilence spewing pushole filled with heretics that would have inevitably killed you and released your soul to she-who-thirsts, you're not showing much appreciation. In fact you're being a massive pompous ass and that transcends all races.
>>40630304Skargan the cogitator exploded, right?Can we use it for the Eldar? or it is too damaged?
>>40630304>We have two items in our posession. a Machine that sends messages, and a vidotape of a man who we are investigating.If you can tell me something I don't know. Names, places, dates, AND I am convinced you are trying, and telling the truth, you will be free as a bird.How does that sound to you?
>>40630437You have it's pieces, it might be enough for a psyker to establish a link.>>40630399>>40630423>Please accept my apologies, warrior, but I am old and my knees hurt, I am bad at kneeling, I let younger ones do it. I am the way I am and if I would be anything else I wouldn't be me. You saved me by accident and we both know it. Intent should be rewarded, not content. You have not intended to save me, so I don't intend to thank you. Furthermore, my life can still tragically end here and now if you suddenly decide so. I am under no illusions about that. For that reason I will keep my last asset, my pride, until my last breath or until you convince me otherwise.
>>40630555>You saved me by accident and we both know it. Intent should be rewarded, not content>mfw we specifically sensed him using visions and headed straight for him
>>40630551For the ring, i offer you a third thing. There is an item, that had been with me for a long time. If you can tell me where i might find it, the ring is yours without a second thought(ooc I want to know where we left the Wrath of Corax)
"I wasn't asking for a wine, you dolt, it was an allegory. Treat me nice and i'll repay you in kind.">It was humor, I apologize you don't appear to experienced enough to understand it yet, perhaps you should seek enlightenment from your elders, then you will know better then be taken alive by plague worshipers.Possible typhoid Marry? Might be best to just purge him.
>>40630605>>40630551>That sounds fair. I will do my best, what information exactly do you want me to find?(do you tell him everything?)
>>40630666I'm worried that such activities provide no useable evidence, since it's from a xenos, and gives said xenos leverage to sow distrust and shit between humans.
>>40630555>I am bad at kneeling, I let younger ones do itServility is not required, only compliance. Even we simple "mon-keigh" know a little about Fate and it appears we were Fated to rescue you. Though our fighting the Ruinous Powers may have been an "accident" there was nothing accidental about my orders not to slay you on sight which a great many of my cousins in other Chapters would have done without hesitation.If you genuinely wish to be accommodating then consider the following: I know that you are a psyker and I know that you have spent time in close contact with the servants of Chaos aboard that ship. I absolutely can not release you unless I am certain you are not tainted by the powers of Chaos. What say you to that?
>>40630605We are still considering this one>>40630666Everything? defenitley not. We tell him about Ursus, and describe the man, and his family (anyone that could ahve used the cogitator)We tell him that the people wanted to keep things secret, something they werent supposed to. So we want to know all the secrets, back to a decade at maximum, but the more he can take out from it the better. Especially if it's from Larius.Where, when, who, what said.Show the tape only if the cogitatior is not enough.okay everyone, do we give the ring?do we give the ring for the location of the Chapter Relic?do we cast vision to see if the ring was really intented to take from us? (skg can we do that?)
>>40630763I don't wanna get him involved with the Ursus stuff. Nor do I wanna give him the ring.
>>40630763I vote on the visions+Wrath of Corax location>>40630777I refuse the idea to just throw away all the lives we lost on that damned ship for nothingand what would he gain with that knowledge? Best if he fucks off to his craftworld again
an anon, or someone vote so we can finish this session
>>40630657>I wasn't taken, I was betrayed! Don't worry, you'll taste the bitterness of betrayal at some point yourself... Possibly even by those meant to guard your back, those you trusted. Only then will you truly appreciate the words of that Eldar you once captured...>>40630727>Unexpectedly wise words, warrior-king. As to regarding me being tainted - let your healers and priests inspect me, I bear no taint either physical or spiritual. Your tainted brethren kept me for something special, however even I am not sure what that was exactly. However I am pretty sure I would have enjoed it less than my conversation with you.>>40630763>do we cast vision to see if the ring was really intented to take from us? (skg can we do that?)Yes, pose a specific question and roll power dice. However bear in mind that him saying that to you already affects your Visions, so that might not be reliable.>decade at maximumHe will not be able to pick up clear messages older than a year even in the best conditions, he says it himself. Roll 2d100 for him if you wish to proceed with this.You may roll and let's end the session then
Rolled 37, 4 = 41 (2d100)>>40630985I roll, would roleplay, but I have no idea how this works, an my imagination is tired at the moment
>>40631028From what the Eldar learns, we want the messages, leads they might give us, the source, the recipient etc.
>>40631028Wonderful, we'll resolve it next time, but I'll tell you a few main things:+Ixadiel succeeds+He reads the messages+Ursus is not the main person behind the deal with the Triarchy, I think you might already guess who's the real mastermind behind it...
session over, thanks for playing
what did the pomptious Eldar recover? Will the Ghost be able to gather evidence? Will they trade the digi-ring for the location of the Chapter Relic? find out next time On CMQ CXV!
>>40631142>I think you might already guess who's the real mastermind behind it...anyone have any ideas?