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.
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/44427392/Battle voxcaster frequency:https://client02.chat.mibbit.com/?channel=%23RisingSons&server=irc.Rizon.net+Thought for the day: A starving soldier will always be a better fighter than an overfed civilian. Guns trump butter.+
+Briefing+Centuries ago, Belisarian Dynasty ruled Sector Deus. It was a time of peace and prosperity. However nothing good can last in this universe. Internal strife erupted, civil war and assassination ended once great Dynasty and plunged whole Sector into a dark period known as the Thirteen Rebellions. Eventually a dictatorial general stepped in to bring order and Ursus Dynasty appeared on top, controlling the seat of Capitolis Sectorum. Today, two centuries later, Chapter of the Ghosts of Retribution, have tracked down two young people whom they believe to be the rightful heirs of the Belisarian dynasty. Unfortunately, just as they arrived to the planet of Solstreim, siblings were kidnapped and departed the planet onboard Lacrimosa Serenima, tradeship bound for Tachion Primaris, the seat of Ursus family...+++
>>44711926Hey Skargan! Nice to see you again bro.Pretty excited for this thread. Been waiting weeks.
But what if we acquire /enough/ butter?Anyway Chapter Quest! Yay!
>>44712107Then we melt it and drown our enemies in a wave of hot butter.If that does not kill them, they probably die of adiposis.There is always war and everything is a weapon, also identify yourself.
Good to see you guys. We'll start playing in about 20-30 min. feel free to post orders, etc. in the meantime. At the moment Chapter Master is located in Solstreim.
>>44712161I'm anon, I just read along sometimes.
Finally caught one live! Praise Be Omnissiah!
>>44712457>At the moment Chapter Master is located in Solstreim.Pretty sure he is elsewhere. We only send the Strongback with the Revenants
>>44712457>>44712537My bad, you are correct, it was Geron interacting with Locke. Next morning Xyptus is indeed released, just like it was promised. Please roll 1d10 (days) for how long it will take for the message to reach Chapter Master, this dice explodes on 9,10.
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>44712537Yeah we were aftaid that we wouldn't have any firepower if push becomes pull with the Solstreim authorities. Luckily it didn't came to that.>>44712619
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>44712619First roll in game. Let's see how long it takes
>>44712619Glorious Suggestion pt1/2Forces Available: Revenants; Sword-class frigate Strongback; Crew of Strongback1.Get Revenants back to Frigate ASAP Goal: (Little Time loss)2. Have Strongback fly alongside the Trader and wait for a quiet time-slot prior to departure if possible Goal: (Want to create as little disturbance as possible)2a Have crewmembers of Strongback intended for boarding on a slight sleep deprived schedule, so they appear weary. Goal: (Make it look, like this is an ongoing operation)3. Message Trader"This is the Frigate Strongback from the Ghosts of Retribution, to the Heavy Trader Lacrimosa Serenima. Due to recent pirate activiy within the sector, we need to conduct a search of your vessel, and interrogate some officers and crewmen. We apologize for any disturbance this may cause. Please stop your engines and allow personnal to come aboard your ship." Goal: (Get Access to ship)3:1 They to not comply Message: "Warning, if you do not comply, we will be forced to stop you and have you registered as a renegade ship under suspicion of aiding pirate activity within sector Deus."3.1.1 Still no comply. Fire warning shots.[Manually go from here as scenario becomes increasingly unlikely]
>>44712816Glorious plan 2/34. Board the ship and conduct search, using Strongback-crew. They are to inspect the cargo hold, check the actual cargo with freightlists and question some officers and crew using standard-questions for a search.(Rank/Position/time enlisted/noticed suspicious activity) More gentle with officers. Trusted crewmembers should be instructed to also be on the lookout for the children, but make this appear as one of several things to search for). Continue search until found. If lucky, they are listed as "cargo".The best way to sneak them out, is to disguise them as chapter serfs and have them look at clipboards with a spreadsheet, so their faces remain relativly hidden and they just appear busy. Goal: (Find the children; Make distraction appear more plausible)4a. Use a senior officer of Strongback to talk with the commanding officer of the trader. Apart from smalltalk, he should drop hints that this is part to prevent a unsettling tradewar between Forgeworld Mandel and the Merchant League, who accuse each other of sabotage, and the situation continues to escalate. Make it seem to be important for the wellbeing of the ship and the organisation the ship is listed with. Furthermore advise him, that discretion about the wider operation is good, as this is a try to stop subsector dominus from shooting at itself. Furthermore, tell him, that due to the delicate nature as well as unfounded accusations of relations between naval assets and involved parties, a more neutral party (GoR) is part of the search. Goal: (a captain wants more concrete reasons for the search, also make him trust us more) secondary Goal: (Get his opinion on the trade war)
>>447128473/34. Board the ship and conduct search, using Strongback-crew. They are to inspect the cargo hold, check the actual cargo with freightlists and question some officers and crew using standard-questions for a search.(Rank/Position/time enlisted/noticed suspicious activity) More gentle with officers. Trusted crewmembers should be instructed to also be on the lookout for the children, but make this appear as one of several things to search for). Continue search until found. If lucky, they are listed as "cargo".The best way to sneak them out, is to disguise them as chapter serfs and have them look at clipboards with a spreadsheet, so their faces remain relativly hidden and they just appear busy. Goal: (Find the children; Make distraction appear more plausible)4a. Use a senior officer of Strongback to talk with the commanding officer of the trader. Apart from smalltalk, he should drop hints that this is part to prevent a unsettling tradewar between Forgeworld Mandel and the Merchant League, who accuse each other of sabotage, and the situation continues to escalate. Make it seem to be important for the wellbeing of the ship and the organisation the ship is listed with. Furthermore advise him, that discretion about the wider operation is good, as this is a try to stop subsector dominus from shooting at itself. Furthermore, tell him, that due to the delicate nature as well as unfounded accusations of relations between naval assets and involved parties, a more neutral party (GoR) is part of the search. Goal: (a captain wants more concrete reasons for the search, also make him trust us more) secondary Goal: (Get his opinion on the trade war)
>>44712878ADDITIONOnce we have the children, use their DNA samples to create two flashcloned husks (like they do to make servitors). If questioned about the heirs disappearing while we conducted our investigation, riddle the husks with bolter fire and present them as evidence that they were two 'stowaways' found aboard our ship following the inspection, who tried to resist.
So this is the situation.>Red-whiteIs where the Lacrimosa Serenima is headed, to deliver the Heirs for termination>yellow where our forces are, and what distance they would have to make to catch them.EXCEPT for the Strongback and it's crew which is at Solstreim at this moment.
>>44712457In any case, get a heavily encrypted soulword to Eliam Belisarius on Templos, something in the likes of:>These ghosts have found living whispers of your long bygone past. Whispers in danger of being silenced shortly. After we confirm his identity, we can pass along the name of the ship they're on, so that if we fail to intercept it, at the very least he can still try to intercede. Also gives us some degree of plausible deniability when he acts in force, we can claim he was calling in a favour we owed in and he instructed us to halt that particular ship.
>>44712876I assume the trader has not yet left the Solstreim system, and we can radio them, since we are in the same system
>>44712911Templos is at a good distance to attempt interception too, and the warproute passes right by Nestorium, should all else fail. Though I doubt they'll be jumping on the idea of interfering that much in sector nobility business.
>>44712660Welcome, brother, if that's your first roll, I'll take it over Dieter's. It will take 5 days for the soulword to reach Chapter Master.Meanwhile, please roll d3, it will determine how quickly "Lacrimosa Serenima" is travelling to Tachion Primaris:1. In a hurry, few long jumps (10+d10 days)2. Usual, medium jumps (20+d20 days, single planetary visit)3. Slow, a lot of very short, safe jumps (40 + d30 days, multiple planetary visits along the way)+++Then roll accordingly how many days will it take for them to reach Tachion Primaris.>>44712928Please roll 2d100 for Diplomacy and for Astrotelepathy.>>44712816>>44712847>>44712878This sounds like a good plan, just remember that the ship left the system today, so Strongback or any other ships you'd like to use in the operation will have to catch it.
Rolled 29, 29 = 58 (2d100)>>44713400Now properly.
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>44713400Lady luck how are you today?
Rolled 2 (1d20)>>44713495Nice>>44713524I must say you look stunning today.
>>44712911This is mostly a correct assessment if they will rush straight for Capitolis Sectorum. There's a chance that they will stop somewhere along the way, it's a trade ship after all.>>44713524They will travel at their normal speed and stop at some planet for a week or so to trade or to pick up / drop off passengers. Where exactly - that's a mystery.>>44713495Within a few days you receive a reply coded so strongly that it take Proteus almost 9 hours just to unlock it.>You lie, it cannot be. I cannot leave my sanctum. Come here and we will speak.
>>44713524Please roll 20+d20 to determine length of their journey.
>>44713584>You lie, it cannot be. I cannot leave my sanctum. Come here and we will speak.Good. I was planning to secure the twins, and appear personally, and theatrically hand over the ring. No words, only evidence.
>>44713758I assume you mean a 1d20?
Rolled 16 + 20 (1d20 + 20)>>44713758days to travel
>>44713584Can the Strongback determine the direction of the Lacrimosa, or is it too far gone?
>>44713584Nestorium is a likely bet, with it being right in the middle of their route and having a lot of tradeable commodities. Firstly, send a safe soulword to Regon that the ship by name of Lacrimosa Serenima could stop by their planet, and that it should be halted immediately when it does so, and not be allowed to disembark or leave until we arrive to check the ship in person, without overly alarming them, making it seem like a routine security measure without mentioning our chapter's name. Give as a reason that they likely have goods onboard that do not belong to them, and that we'll give a more profound reason after we've searched the ship.
Rolled 2, 3, 6, 10, 2, 9 = 32 (6d10)>>44713584Upon hearing the news, Chapter Master rethreats to his sanctum, and falls into his learned meditative trance. He extneds his will to bend and peer into the fabrics of the warp and reality, to re-imbune the Mark of Fate and Time with power, and see where the ship, and with upon it the Fated Twins are headed>Use visions to see where the Lacrimosa will stop, before Tachion Primaris
>>44713928Good call, but please keep with the story. We are also searching for clues as to who gave info to the pirates.
>>44713976+Mental Fortress - Resist/Ignore first roll on Perils of the Warp
>>44713776>>44713802Yes, great. Their journey will take over a month, your autocogitators estimate a total of 36 days. In the meantime they are likely to make a stop somewhere. Potential stops:Draloa [5%]Karn Dereg [5%]Templos [5%]Inaria [5%]Nestorium [30%]Sarris V [25%]Prothera [20%]Unpredictable, unforeseen outcome [5%]+++What are your orders? If you will order Strongback to track Lacrimosa Serenima, Geron will need to do one of the two following options:>Tail Lacrimosa's traces of warp travel (roll Navigation [-10])>Anticipate and jump to one of the planets where Lacrimosa should stop [tell me what planet you jump to, I'll then roll]+++You can see map here:http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/chapterquest/images/d/de/Sector_Deus_Map.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20151222205214
>>44714109Inform, nestorium that they should halt the transport. Travel to Prothera as it is both likely (20%)and given the recent pirate attack, makes our mission plausible
>>44714223Or roll navigation?
>>44713976>>44714009Total power: 32 (-9) = 23Distance in time/space: lightyears away, 18 days+++The visions which you are having are unclear an convoluted, but you have a slight intuition as to where the ship might be going. You will be able to change final destination by 2 points either up or down on d100.
>>44714109Evaluation:>Templos [5%]This is where Eliam Blisar, who would also want to find the heirs, lives. If we are really desperate we can ask him to friendlyly detain the ship (Flood them with bueraucratic paperwork)>Nestorium [30%] Our allies, the Nestorian Learners are there. We can ask the same of them, no problem>Inaria [5%] Our firend Glabius Zarikoff is there, we can rely on him.>Sarris V [25%]Bad news. They are very strict.>Prothera [20%]Hate our guts, no favors there>Draloano one is there>Karn Dereg [5%]netural ground more or less
>>44714246Skargan, how good are our chances for navigation?
>>44714415Geron has intelligence 45, divided by two (no Navigation skill) that's 23, -10 (for not having Space Navigation experience), +0 (for a slow merchant ship) = 13% chance of success.
>>44714523what if, instead of a spymaster, we let strongbacks VETERAN CREW handle the ordeal?
>>44714332>>44714109>Send message to Nestorum and Inaria to Regon and Zarikoff asking to hold that ship as long as they can with friendly means for our "investigation" Let's stick to the alibi of piratehunt, it's too dangerous to openly talk about it.>Send a message to Prothera, saying we need a ship to be detained for investigation against piratesremind them of Arron Settel's attack we thwarted a few years ago.>send a message to templosGive the ships name, estimated time of arrival, and "thats all we ask" I hope Eliam bites, and this will be enoughLet's go to Sarris V if hi_hi_hi has no objections.>>44714309so if I understand correctly if the location is rolled we can modify if with 2 points?
>>44714710Have strongback ask Solstreim for the next stop of the lacrimosa
>>44714710Before EVERYTHINGAttempt This>>44714750, if it doesn't take extensive investigation work.If it's inconclusive and we go to Sarris V, wait at the edge of the system, and intercept them when they are far from the planet, so Sarris V authorities can't interfere
>>44714523Veteran crew are good at loading shells quicker, they won't panic as easily under fire, will not mutiny at the first sign of trouble, etc. Tracking another ship is a very specific task that should be coordinated by a specialist, ideally - a Navigator.>>44714710You soon receive replies from both allies:>It's been a century since I heard from ye, ye king of warriors! Good to hear that you and your brotherhood are still going strong, may your guns never jam! I will never forget what you've done for me. Sure, Inaria is still a little bit restless, but I am dealing with it! And no pirates will go flying around my skies! - Zarikoff>Greetings, Chapter Master. As per our contract of alliance, we shall intercept interstellar criminals and help you terminate their biological lives. Omnisiah preserves. - Regon+++Roll d100 for ProtheraRoll d100 for Templos+++Yes, you will be able to modify the roll by 2 points. Planet will be selected from 1 - 100 in order presented here:>>44714109+++As Strongback is off to Sarris V, please someone, roll d100 for where to Lacrimosa Serenima goes...
>>44714826>>44714750Maybe having the Spymaster, and the best inflirtator squad could help in the search.
>>44714868Before we do that, >>44714750
Rolled 76, 76 = 152 (2d100)>>44714868DICE GODS GUIDE MY HANDSLEAD US TO THE PROMISE LAND.
>>44714868>It's been a century since I heard from ye, ye king of warriors! Good to hear that you and your brotherhood are still going strong, may your guns never jam! I will never forget what you've done for me. Sure, Inaria is still a little bit restless, but I am dealing with it! And no pirates will go flying around my skies! - Zarikoff>Greetings, Chapter Master. As per our contract of alliance, we shall intercept interstellar criminals and help you terminate their biological lives. Omnisiah preserves. - RegonThey should be well aware that Lacrimosa Serenima are needed for QUESTIONING about piracy. ie they may have interacted with the pirates, they may have common employer etc.They are not definitive pirates themselves. Everyone should know that before drunken Inarians or zealous cogbrains go blasting them out of the sky for no good reason.
>>44714868>>Tracking another ship is a very specific task that should be coordinated by a specialist, ideally - a Navigator.The ship doesn't have a navigator? How are we going through the warp at all?
>>44714868>>44714941yes sorry I didn't say it only in the post before it;>>44714332>(Flood them with bueraucratic paperwork) detain them peacefully and preferably without them knowing it.
>>44714826>>44714750>>44714900>Well, dear Lord, naturally Chartist Captains have the freedom to roam wherever they want and Lacrimosa is not our regular visitor, we have no records or clues as to where they could have went...Xyptus thinks about it for a moment:>I think I could try to squeeze a few local traders and get the location from them, however I don't know even if they have that information. If we stay here, everything will be hanging on the outcome of whether I will succeed. Would you like me to stay here and start breaking bones to get answers..? I know that it's dangerous with me being a heretic on this planet, but what other way is there?
>>44715049No, just ask what they loaded. Maybe we can deduct the likely destinations from that
>>44715089That's the thing, unless you go around looking for who loaded crates, where those crates came from, what was inside them, was it for sale or for the ship itself, etc. it's not a matter of an hour or two. it will take a minimum of a few days to do this investigation.
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>44715049>No Xyptus, staying here is too dangerous for you. If you get captured we can't afford to stay behind and rescue you again.Head to Sarris V>Send message to Regon and Zarikoff"Your help is greatly appriciated, but the ship isn't confirmed pirate. They might posess vital information. Their unharmdness is preferable."rolling for location
Where's Luigi? I usually see him around
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>4471519946 = NestoriumI am afraid you will not be able to use your 2 points to adjust the result as it would have little effect.+++Regon will attempt to detain the ship peacefully, please roll for the Nestorian planetary influence versus the sovereignty of the Chartist Captain of Lacrimosa Serenima...Regon, Fabricator General of Nestorium = 75Lacrimosa Serenima = 40You need 1 full DoS so that everything would happen the way you want it to happen.
>>44715151Can we drop some ppl to look for that while we make it to the warp entry point. Or can these lazy guys do it?
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>44715321Rolling for regon.
>>44715386>>44715321It can go either way
>>44715386That's 3 DoS' with 3 excess, charist has 2 DoS with 9 excess, that's not a full DoS difference, but we still beat him. Let's see how it plays out
>>44715356You did? Finally?
>>44715485One excess for us, I meant ofc
>>44715502Nah. Just busy studying.
>>44715533Thought as much. Good luck on those exams.
>>44715386>>4471532140/11 = 2 DoS75//44 = 2 DoS+++You receive an urgent soulword from Regon:>My ally, the situation became a lot more complicated than we imagined. We have detained the ship, however one of the nobles aboard brandished Lord Ursus' personal Seal of Authority. He is demanding for the ship to be released and there's nothing we can legally do. We can detain them for another few days pretending that we are checking the credibility of the Seal, but that will only buy enough time to receive a reply from you. If we will use force against a ship protected by the Seal of Authority, it would be the same as if we would slap Larion Ursus himself on the face. And you know about our situation with the proceedings on Mars... If these people are truly pirates and you are 99.5% certain that their detainment will not hurt Nestorium, we will trust you and proceed to force them to surrender. We will do as you ask, but you must understand the consequences of this. What's your response?
>>44715874Don't tell Nestorium to use force.Head to Tachion primaris, head them off in outskirts of that system.Would've been worst thing to do initially but now it's the only option left.Ain't it always.
>>44715874Can Nestorium detain them using our status as an Ursus vassal by proxy?ie>Fleshbag, you are ordered to remain here by a vassal of the sector lord himself. Not us.
>>44715874>Check the seal over>Secure the kids and bring them to us our friend.
>>44715874>No, I am sorry my friend to involve you and yours in this way. Hold them as long as it doesn't compromise you, but not further. and thank you.
>>44716341>>44715874Plan we assemble a force at the edge of Tachion System, and try with the search. Try to sneak a retrieval team on board before they can call Ursus, and he tells us to fuck off
>>44715874>No, honored friend. Though we believe them to be carrying the belisarian heirs, we cannot ask you to detain the vessel
>>44715996Unfortunately it would most likely be mistaken for a deception - anyone can claim that they've received soulword from someone, proving it is a lot harder. Also, technically Seal of Authority has very unclear relationship to you as vassals of the Sector Lord. It's your word against theirs.>>44715957You could try to hunt it down in the warp as well, but that's VERY dangerous to everyone involved.Another option would be for Regon to try to order Skitarii to extract the heirs in secret... But that has lower chance of success than direct assault.Someone pick your final actions and roll d =100
The guys in the chat start to converge towards the following ideas>Fuck the sector nobility>Fuck Ursus>Fuck the kids>Let Ursus fuck the kids like he fucks his daughterstill the decision is unclear
>>44716742At this point I might as well try to throw our last wrench.Tell Regon-Ursus is heretic-There are kids from Belisarius onboard-He wants to kill them-We will remove Ursus as soon as our ships from terra are back, Belisarians are likely to become next gov.Decision is yours.
>>44716845>>44716742Might as well fly our space boat to tachion primaris as well so we can head the ship off.
>>44716742I'm supporting >>44716845
>>44716845fug it, let's do it, in combination with >>44716498 if it fails
>>44716845Screw it. I see no peaceful solution, no win-win situation, no road to victory.Might as well
So any other forces/allies we can call upon or move in case things go tits up? The favor we have from the high lords useful here?
>>44717140Go to the Black Templar ship and ask for advice
>>44717280Aslo send an explanation to Astrobelus KestMessage should include-Why Ursus let that Prison planet fall and made no attempt to get it back-Why there is no support for loyal imp elements in Styrua-Why no attack on styria has happened so far.
>>44717368kest has no reaon to believe us or support us, and he'll probably use it to sieze more power for the ecclesiarchy. So no, don't tell Kest shit.
>>44717368That might bea bit too much. First things first
Well, as there's no consensus at this point and discussion is still raging in the chat, maybe someone wants to make a secret d100 roll? It's completely optional.
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>44718044rolling for secret
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>44718044 TOTALLY NOT A SECRET ROLL >>44718097KEK
>>44716742It seems we are left without many options. Confronting them in the sector capital's system seems complete suicide, the navy will glass us if we try to intercept them there. Intercepting them in warp seems as much of a deadly gamble.Firstly, let's contact Nestorium. Play our hand with Regon, tell him everything we know and if he considers it not excessively risky to intervene. If the Lacrimosa is docked in Nestorium, it's likely they're there for a refuel and to pick up passengers and goods. The best option would be to hinder their flight for a few more weeks. Wrong fuel source, problems with the engine hydraulics, illegal cargo 'accidentally' loaded onto the ship, those things we can use. Ask Regon if it is manageable to pull this off, a seal from Ursus be damned, if they're found sneaking a STC outside of Nestorium or the like, they can pull their priviliege of independence and still detain it, Nestorium is beholden only to Mars in matters that concern them.Regardless, we head there with our fastest ship immediately, and try to make as much speed as possible. If Regon fails to detain them, it'll be confronting them in the warp or nothing.
>>44718097Consider me hard captain
>>44718159This is a more reasonable version of Hi_hi_hi's I am on it.
>>44718097That's very interesting and GOOD for you. You don't know anything about it yet, though.+++So, what are your next actions?
>>44718350I am saying Venat's idea is the least suicidal. Anyone else for or against?
>>44718350>>44718159We could go with contacting Regon, and ask if it's plausible, and getting our fleet to move to Nestorium. We can resolve the rest next session?
By popular vote it was decided in the chat to end the session with a cliffhanger.Also I have an announcement to make - as many of you have been contributing a lot to our wiki over the past few months of downtime and we have done a lot of minor, but really interesting things, it's LOOT time!I want to make this interesting, so I'll give you a choice:1. High Lords of Terra are sending you reinforcements a full brand new Company of 100 battle brothers will arrive from Luna, ready to wage war, you will only need to provide them with equipment.2. One of the High Lords of Terra sees your struggles and sends out Callidus assassin to kill a single person/being in Sector Deus. Will it succeed? Who knows, but there's a very high chance of that thing dying a horrible death* [subject to terms and conditions]3. High Lords of Terra are pleased with your performance. Gain 1 Favour.4. Chapter Master learns new things, he gains +3 xp5. Chapter Master turns attention to his soul and makes decisions that will influence his future - you can choose to either gain 10 Corruption or 10 Purity or reset everything to 0.So, I think you deserve to pick 1 of these as a team and I'll also allow +1 additional because of the efforts by Luigi, Dieter, Tripmarine, igor94(is it Ions nickname?) and others to contribute to the wiki!So think very well what you want and decide.
>>447190485. 10 purity please.
>>44719183People are still deciding. We can finalise our selection next session, meanwhile - thanks for playing!+session over+next session... Next monday? I'll see whether I could possibly do something earlier, but no promises
>>44719048100 new men would be our best bet.
>>447190481, 5 [Purity, Gotta make Eldar luff us]