I FEEL THE WARP OVERTAKING ME....IT IS A GOOD PAIN!Roll a d10 to see if we are a Legion Warband or Renegade Chapter.
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>45808408
>>45808483Okay so we're a renegade space marine chapter, but why did we fall?Roll d100 for why the Chapter fell.
Rolled 31 (1d100)>>45808605
>>45808612So we tried to fight heresy with heresy, not the smartest idea in my mind. So the Ordo Malleus made us pay dearly for this crime.Roll d100 for Progenitor. (plz no Ultras)
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>45808653
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>45808653FUR DUH DURK GURDS
God fucking dammit.Okay... we were once Ultramarines, but we fell to Kaos when we tries to fight heresy with heresy. How devoted are we? (Roll d10)
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>45808815
>>45808815haha eat shit smurfs>Angels Apostate 4 lyfe
>>45808815So how devoted are we?
>>45808951Oh, you mean those Fire Angels going undercover as CSM?
>>45808826WE'RE SO FANATIC WE'RE FUCKING WORSHIPING ALL TEH TIEM BOYEH.Roll 1d12 for who we worship
Rolled 5 (1d12)>>45809117As in devoted to chaos?
>>45809001Uh...no but that sounds cool.I'm talking about the Traitor Blood Angels+Dark Angels Slaaneshi+Tzeentchian Hindu themed warband
>>45809127We worship the smut god day and night, GLORY TO THE SMUT THRONE.Roll 1d100 for our beliefs
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>45809196PORN FOR THE PORN GOD
>>45809213DEATH TO THE FALSE EMPEROR! We fight to break the Imperium whenever we can!Roll 1d10 for Demeanor
>>45809133Yes. They half-lifted the Fire Angels color scheme and added a silver arm to make the real csm's not notice.
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>45809259
>>45809301EXTRA HERESY YOU SAY?>A surprisingly large amount of the warband is willing to work alongside aliens, so long as they also worship Chaos (also this isn’t always the case. May also just include mutual hatred for the same enemy.). The battle-brothers in this force are more tolerant than most others.Yea, we'll "work" with them ifyouknowwhatImeanRoll 2d10 for Mutations and Mental Flaws
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>45809331
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>45809331
>>45809331Leave it to the fucking Slaaneshi to crank the heresy meter up to eleven.This is getting good.
>>45809356Freakish Skin, pretty Slaaneshi to me>>45809365>Marines have trouble remembering certain things and occasionally hallucinate. YES YEEEEEESRoll d100 for figure of legend
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>45809394
Rolled 78 (1d100)>>45809394
>>45809409ANONS OF /TG/, WHO DO YOU CHOSE TO BE OUR LEGENDARY FIGURE?
>>45809434A marine that held the codex so dear and in excess that they managed to do some weird precognition with it and drugs made from copies of it.So sorcerer or librarian?
>>45809465How about Battle Brother of Old? Like, the first marine of the chapter to know about Slaanesh.
Could somebody take over for me as OP, I gotta get going.
>>45809434A Captain who gave his life to buy time for our escape into the Warp from the Ordo Malleus.
>>45809522I HAVE CONSUMED OP AND BECOME THE NEW OP.>>45809465Shit could you have raised that any wonkier? I see that you truly embody our chapters mental deficiency. Am I actually Horus? Maybe I am...>>45809417Deed of Legend - 78The legend committed great atrocities during the boarding of an Eldar Craftworld. He and his Warband are still hated to this day by the Eldar.Story time incoming!
>>45810905So our Figure of Legend is our Chief Librarian from the time of the fall. He was a big smurflover and wanted to be just like daddy Tigurius. He followed the Codex with great devotion and care. About a century before our fall he precognited that the chapter would be assailed by subtle corruption.Desperate to avoid this he began preaching for CONSTANT VIGILANCE. Over time more visions came to him and he began pushing not just for CONSTANT VIGILANCE of the mind but also of the body. As the decades passed his paranoia grew and he used his influence to introduce subtle alterations to the chapters inductees, to heighten their senses and awareness. He also championed the use of battle stimulants and later just stimulants. Lots of stims. So many stims. More and more of the marines listened to their Chief Librarian and as they were affected by the treatments and stim use their addled minds provided more fuel for his paranoia.His pursuit of this 'subtle influence' lead the librarian to suspect the Eldar. He chased any leads on the dying race like a mad dog.Ultimately a craftworld was 'discovered' through 'faith' and 'diligence'. Scapegoating the Eldar for all the recent woes of the chapter, many of which could be truthfully attributed to his own actions and policies, the Chief Librarian lead the chapter in a brutal raid with stated intent to cripple the Craftworld's military capabilities. The raid rapidly turned into an orgy of violence as the drug hazed marines attacked anything that moved.The librarian himself found records detailing the pre-fall eldar and more recent conflicts with the inhabitants of Commorragh. After the raid something in the stims was changed and the chapter went off the slippery slope with a flying leap.
>>45810905I found this f. It seems to have fallen off that post. Hmm, must be the warp overtaking me.Anyway give me a 1d100 for our Warbands Homeworld!
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>45810935
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>45810935Here we go mate. You writefagging is brilliant.
Well I actually needed a second 1d100. I can too read, you take that back. I'm just on some meditative stims right now.>>45810963>>45810973Also thank you for the compliment. That said what is formating? Never heard of it.So our Homeworld is a Feral World with Jungle Terrain.Hmm. Guess we know where we got all those stims aye? Been licking the Frogs. And the flowers. And the fruit. And the sloths. And the orangutans. And the breakfast cer...Ahem.So I need a 1d10 for our Combat Doctrine.How do our frog sucking, skin rashed, forgetful heretics fight the slaves of the Corpse Emperor?
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>45811034
>>45811053Preferred Fighting Style!!!How do we fight? It's up to you to decide anon!(If you say buttsecks I swear to the Prince of Excess...)
>>45811075Standard way of fighting when they were loyalists devolving into simple barbarism, drug use, and throwing of hallucinogenic lifeforms like water balloons.They have to be retrained after each battle.
>>45811075Wait no. I fucked up again. Someone change my frogs.It's supposed to be Rip and Tear.>>45811100But you know what, that's basically what you've said there, but you've made it chapter themed. Clearly we have one of the warbands Sorcerers here. A++
>>45811132Now a 1d100 for our Special Equipment!Damn there are so many good things here I can do some fluff with.Dis gon be good.
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>45811168
>>45811034Nice allusion to Monty Python.
>>45811185Special Chaos Icons.Like the horrifically poisonous lifeforms of their lethal homeworld, the grand icons of Slaanesh carried by the warband are garish and eye-gougingly bright.But the iridescent icons are more than just symbols. Fueled by the feverish devotion and worship of the warband each icon emits a heady mix of stimulants, dissociatives and hallucinogens that waft about in the air. And when battle calls and bloodthirst descends a strong wind curls about the icons, spreading it's intoxicating fog rapidly.The mix is strong enough to drop an unprotected adult into a comatose state within seconds of the slightest inhalation. Such victims are highly prised spoils of are amongst the warband. Drinking the drug infused blood of the foes is the warbands most sacred post battle ritual and completely draining their first victim is considered the right of passage to full membership for initiates.Whew, had fun writing that. Next up is our second last set of rolls!I need two 1d10s for Warband Status.
Rolled 8, 9 = 17 (2d10)>>45811359
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>45811359
>>45811409You can roll 2d10 in the options field, you silly anon.
>>45811406>>45811409Alright. Well. I've got three dice out of two, and not matter which dice I use or in what order the result is the same....Did someone let Tzeentch in here or something?We are Slightly Overstrength because Rumors of the Warbands power attracts lesser Warbands and other factions willing to serve them.One last roll!Allies and Enemies!1d100 for each!
Rolled 54, 34 = 88 (2d100)>>45811493
Rolled 20, 51 = 71 (2d100)>>45811493
>>45811501Major Allies: Specific group of Chaos/renegade mortals, Emperor's Children.We got the good stuff, they need the good stuff.Enemies: Specific Tyranid Hive Fleet, Hive Fleet Organochloride, a Splinter Fleet of Leviathan. Known for exhibiting massively enlarged Toxin Glands in nearly all strains of bioform.>>458115342X Allies Bonus! Because our backstory gives us a bonus enemy for free!Chaos warband or specific Chaos Lord: Lucius the EternalThe big man in Slaanesh' sex dungeons himself,the unkillable scarface, Lucius the Eternal!Yeap Lucius thinks we're pretty rad and that our drugblood drinking parties are just the best drugblood drinking parties he's ever been to.2X Enemy Backstory Bonus!The Craftworld Eldar hate us and want us to die. All of them. Whoops.
>>45811654What followers of slaanesh don't Eldar hate?
>>45811667Thiiiiiiis...is a valid point. However, the Eldar will go out of their way to fuck up our shit. Guess they're kind of attached to those craftworlds. Who knew?>>45811654Now before we call this done and dusted I need two things:A name.A colour scheme.Pitch me some ideas and I (or dubs) shall choose.
>>45811697Unsure of a name, but as for color schemes, it is highly individualized due to large amounts of hallucinogenic drugs done and stealing the paint from serfs/cultists/slaves. Said paint may include various sorts of flora and fauna that are either toxic, hallucinogenic, or both.
>>45811738That could also explain our freakish skin, the members of the warband give themselves unique tattoos made of brightly colored paints mixed with hallucinogens.
>>45811738>>45811797Psychedelic rainbows with motifs of the individuals favourite poisonous animals to get high off. And mad tats done with hallucinogenic ink.A++ Using that.
>>45811797>>45811815Probably huffing and eating the paint chips too.
>>45811840WHAT A LOVELY DAY!
>>45811840Disputes are settled by duels in full armour.The winner gets to take all the chips and shards lost during the duel and use them as he sees fit.>>45811858Aaaaaand there's the Warband's name.Eros Dawn
>>45811797>>45811815Maybe it is such that if it were not for the relative lack of sorcerers compared to a real warband dedicated to tzeench, enemies might mistake the marines for followers of tzeench due to all the colors and general erratic behavior.
>>45808408Summary:Warband Eros DawnColour Scheme:Set by individuals, usually bright colours, often with themes or motiefs of their favourite animals or plants.Structure - Rolled 2 (1d10) - Renegade Space Marine ChapterReason for fall - Rolled 31 (1d100) - Tried to fight Heresy with HeresyProgenitor - Rolled 34 (1d100) - UltramarinesBeliefs - Rolled 9 (1d10) - Fanatic - Rolled 5 (1d12) - Slaanesh - Rolled 36 (1d100) - Death to the False EmperorDemeanour - Rolled 7 (1d10) - Extra Heresy.Mutations/Deficiencies - Rolled 4/1 (1d10) - Freakish Skin/Horus, is that you?Champion of Legend - Rolled 8/78 (1d100) - Champion of Choice/Ruined an Eldar CraftworldHomeworld - Rolled 5/13 (1d100) - Feral World with Jungle TerrainCombat Doctrine - Rolled 1 (1d10) - Rip and Tear, with extra hallucinogensSpecial Equipment - Rolled 14 (1d100) - Special Chaos Icons, spew drugs into the airStatus - Rolled 8/7 (1d10) - Slightly Overstrength, Rumors of the Warband's power attracts lesser Warbands and other factions willing to serve themAllies and Enemies - Rolled 54/34 (1d100) - Specific group of Chaos/renegade mortals (Emperor's Children), Specific Tyranid Hive Fleet (HF Organochloride, Splinter of Leviathan) - Rolled 20 (1d100) - Chaos warband or specific Chaos Lord (Lucius the Eternal) - Backstory bonus! - The Eldar collectively hate us and want us dead.
Hello boytoys, I hope you have FUCK tastic day *chaotic giggling*
>>45811883>Eros DawnI think this could do with some tweaking, maybe the chapters original name was the Guardians of the Dawn, now they're the Screaming Suns.
>>45811911Fuck dubs confirm. We using this now.>>45811903Hey there bade, we're good. How you doing? *Waggles eyebrows*
>>45811903GREETINGS FELLOW CUMCUMBER FONDLER!
>>45811897Warband Screaming Suns, originally Guardians of the DawnFluff:The Homeworld is filled with poisonous, toxinic an hallucinogenic plants and animals, all are used by the Warband for a variety of purposes.So our Figure of Legend is our Chief Librarian from the time of the fall. He was a big smurflover and wanted to be just like daddy Tigurius. He followed the Codex with great devotion and care. About a century before our fall he precognited that the chapter would be assailed by subtle corruption.Desperate to avoid this he began preaching for CONSTANT VIGILANCE. Over time more visions came to him and he began pushing not just for CONSTANT VIGILANCE of the mind but also of the body. As the decades passed his paranoia grew and he used his influence to introduce subtle alterations to the chapters inductees, to heighten their senses and awareness. He also championed the use of battle stimulants and later just stimulants. Lots of stims. So many stims. More and more of the marines listened to their Chief Librarian and as they were affected by the treatments and stim use their addled minds provided more fuel for his paranoia.His pursuit of this 'subtle influence' lead the librarian to suspect the Eldar. He chased any leads on the dying race like a mad dog.Ultimately a craftworld was 'discovered' through 'faith' and 'diligence'. Scapegoating the Eldar for all the recent woes of the chapter, many of which could be truthfully attributed to his own actions and policies, the Chief Librarian lead the chapter in a brutal raid with stated intent to cripple the Craftworld's military capabilities. The raid rapidly turned into an orgy of violence as the drug hazed marines attacked anything that moved.The librarian himself found records detailing the pre-fall eldar and more recent conflicts with the inhabitants of Commorragh. After the raid something in the stims was changed and the chapter went off the slippery slope with a flying leap.
>>45811944Fluff cont.Like the horrifically poisonous lifeforms of their lethal homeworld, the grand icons of Slaanesh carried by the warband are garish and eye-gougingly bright.But the iridescent icons are more than just symbols. Fueled by the feverish devotion and worship of the warband each icon emits a heady mix of stimulants, dissociatives and hallucinogens that waft about in the air. And when battle calls and bloodthirst descends a strong wind curls about the icons, spreading it's intoxicating fog rapidly.The mix is strong enough to drop an unprotected adult into a comatose state within seconds of the slightest inhalation. Such victims are highly prised spoils of are amongst the warband. Drinking the drug infused blood of the foes is the warbands most sacred post battle ritual and completely draining their first victim is considered the right of passage to full membership for initiates.Disputes are settled by duels in full armour.The winner gets to take all the chips and shards lost during the duel and use them as he sees fit.
>>45808408>>45811897>>45811944>>45811957Alright boytoys and galpals, we did good. I'm sure that if I hadn't eaten OP they'd be very proud.
It starts with a codex-adherent chapter wary of corruption within the chapter and ends with "GIMME YOUR FUCKING PAINT CHIPS TOM".Beautiful.
>>45811897A branch of the Ultramarines, this warband comes from a feral world dominated by jungle. The natives of this planet were violent and warlike, and the planet was awash in natural drugs of all sorts, which the natives used both to enhance their combat efficiency in tribal wars and for personal recreation. Desperate for an advantage over the forces of darkness, this chapter of Space Marines delved deep into the black jungles of their world, discovering a store of dark artifacts in a profane temple built by Chaos-worshiping xenos. Eventually discovered by the Ordo Malleus, the chapter turned rogue, taking as many dark relics as they could before their world was destroyed.It was not by coincidence that their planet was so steeped in narcotics: it was an effect of the relics found in the temple, relics filled with the sensuous might of Slaanesh. Forced to flee their home, cast out of the Imperium they had served, the chapter was without direction, but that changed when the Dark Lady began whispering to a champion of the chapter. This champion led the warband on a raid of an Eldar Craftworld, bringing the Gospel of the Senses to Slaanesh's wayward children, throwing themselves wholeheartedly into the worship of their new Queen-King and recreating their tribal society, feasting and fighting and copulating in a drug-fueled orgy celebrating the most base instincts in Man. Their hate for the Emperor who turned his back on them is nigh-insane, but then so is their fighting style, falling up on the enemy with animal fury.Taking something, perhaps, from the mountains of drugs they consume, their skin is a whirling, impossible kaleidoscope of color and pattern, but Marines often have trouble remembering things. They have mounted their stolen relics, and they spit a constant stream of drugs into the air. They are willing to work with just about anyone in the name of Chaos, and lucky them--they caught the eye of Lucius the Eternal.pls no bully
>>45812118I kinda liked it better when the chapter mostly fell to chaos on their own instead of outright chaos artifacts.
Summary of shit that's going down anons? I can try to come up with ze colors.
>>45812118Solid work there, but I have to ask why when I already wrote out a bunch of reasons for that. Is my fluff not good enough for you? *sobsob* *jabs self with angry viper*>>45812233We got that. See >>45811944Thanks for offering.
>>45812233Did you miss the two right above you?
>>45812258i didn't see it until i had already posted. don't eat me like you ate OP.
>>45812786It's alright, op was full of Chaosy goodness, he'll keep me going for a long while yet. <3
>>45812001I know right?
I wonder what our Techies and Dreads turned into. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t2TzJOyops
>>45813773>VideoAnd we have the basis for our color scheme. Yerse!
Now you've gone and done it. Time for fluff.>>45813570The Screaming Suns Warband was not a quiet and harmonious group. Whether on the warpath or resting between raids there was always movement, always noise. Frequently fighting was the route cause. Even on their nameless jungle homeworld fights were common. Such was the nature of a group dedicated to violence and mind altering substance abuse. Indeed amongst the veterans of the warband, those who had been around since before their fall or just after, the long forgotten name of the planet was a frequent source of challenges to duel. If a marine thought they remembered the planet's name they would share it and of course another veteran would insist that the first was wrong until a fight broke out.But there was one group that not even the most unstable and blood hungry would willing start a fight with. The Chemia. Drawn from the former Apothecaries and some of the fallen Techmarines, The Chemia control much of the Suns activity. For their 'brothers' are beholden to The Chemia's ability to create new and brain sparking cocktails of chemicals. From their distilleries and workshops The Chemia tinker, brew and plot. But they are not the twisted webspinners of Tzeentch's ilk. The Chemia crave the nerve crashing highs as much as any of the Warband. So whenever their muse strikes, ingredients run low or even just boredom hits The Chemai gather their brothers and lead them across the stars to pillage, loot and kill.
And more!>>45813773Addicere the Crooning Butcher is the only surviving Dreadnought within the Screaming Suns. His two corrupted fellows are long since dead, their sarcophagi sundered beyond repair.Addicere's title comes from his exquisite singing voice. Before his internment he served as Herald to the then Guardians of the Sun, his dulcet tones proclaiming the glory and mastery of his chapter in war and sung the histories in peace. No longer able to speak, much less sing Addicere communicates through haunting arias. Speakers mounted to his chassi send his wordless songs echoing through the air.Unlike many Chaos Dreadnoughts, Addicere is mostly calm and no more prone to violence than the other members of the warband, perhaps even less so. This is due to his bizarrely low resistance to the vast assortments of drugs available to him. Where most of the Screaming Sons regularly partake enough to fuel a week long orgy of tens of mortals Addicere rarely needs more than half that to achieve the same effects. Most curiously this low resistance never seems to increase through repeated exposure or overdose. When the warband discovered this inexplicable fact, that gives them a mostly controllable dreadnaught, they took it as an holy miracle from their patron god. The artists worked themselves into a frenzy to turn Addicere's chassi into a walking Icon of Slaanesh.Addicere is brought on raids whenever possible, the Suns delighting in racing into battle alongside the him as he spreads of vapores common to all of Suns Icons and fogs the minds of foes with his impossibly beautiful melodies. In battle he always targets anything that could interrupt his songs first; heavy weapons teams, tanks and hostile walkers.
>>45813993>>45814139These are amazing.
Is there a wiki page yet?
>>45814456Well I haven't made one, so if you or anyone else wants to, then feel free.
>>45814479What should I add to it?
>>45814612>>45814479Also, it doesn't look like anyone has put forth any color scheme except for the car paint one. Should we roll for it?
>>45814804I'd say that using Chameleon paint as the base is just fine, as long you include the details on individualisation in the article.
>>45814898Yeah, but I'd like some visuals on the page eventually, and its hard to do that when your paint changes color
>>45814993Might I suggest making more than one example?Something with soft colours, something bright and animal themed, something jagged with plant motifs. Let your imagination run wild. The Warband is bunch of drugged up nutters after all.Hell why not just think about what you would do with your armour if you were a Slaaneshi fanatic living on a jungle world full of drugs.
>>45814456>>45814479>>45814898>>45815082Actually, it might be wise to hold off to see if this gains any traction. There's no paint in making a page for something that has yet to pass the first thread
>>45808408What table are you using, OP?
>>45815446I ate OP hours ago.They were delicious.The tables we both used can be found right here:https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Chaos_Space_Marine_Warband_Creation_TablesAnd with that I'm off to bed. Nighty night, sweet children of excess.
>>45815509Thanks, daemonic champion.
IT IS I, THE ORIGINAL OP. I HAVE RETURNED FROM MY YEARS OF WANDERING THE WARP TO THIS THREAD
>>45815801Didn't the other guy eat you? Also you may like what we have so far.
>>45815819No! That was a lie so that he could take control!And yes, I am proud of you my brothers!
Has this been archived?
ARCHIVE IT YOU FOOL
>>45816526DO IT! OP'S DUBS OF SLAANESH COMMAND YOU!
>>45816685Like I know how to do that.
IT IS DONE! http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/45808408/should we make a new thread for more fluff?
>>45817255We've got 210 posts until the bump limitso no
>>45817295So more fluff in this thread then?
>>45817356Yep!What's left to fluff out?
>>45817390We also need our paint scheme still
>>45817491wanna roll for it?
>>45817390Maybe work on the Nids? Maybe they've evolved to try and poison the Suns, but the suns are just using the toxins to get high. This comes with the territory of being hopped up on every chemical known to man, woman and possibly parsnip. It also gave me the horrible mental image of one of the Chemia advancing on a venomthrope with a milking machine, argh.
>>45817889Perhaps the Suns have "adapted" in order to still get high off of the toxins. Also, we should perhaps roll for our Eldar enemies, like make a craftworld for it.
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>45817998Okay then.
>>45818152Shit forgot to mention which table I was usinghttps://1d4chan.org/wiki/Eldar_Craftworld_Creation_Tables
>>45818152Okay, so our nemesis craftworld was first discovered in M40, so I would say that we were send to take it our immediately as a new chapter.What is the craftworld's biome? Roll 1d8
Rolled 4 (1d8)>>45818190
>>45818207So just your average plains, okay that's normal. roll 1d10 for which path was most popular.
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>45818286
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>45818286
>>45818302>>45818307Use the 10
>>45818307This craftworld had abandoned the use of paths completely. (as a side note, we didn't destroy the craftworld, just crippled it severely)Roll a d8 for favored tactics, we'll have the craftworld be Endangered or Below Strength, due to our invasion.
Rolled 8 (1d8)>>45818477
pls be friends with necrons this time, space elves
>>45818493The Xenos Autarchs enjoyed watching their enemies flee in terror from their forces.Roll d10 for common forces
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>45818650
>>45811903We are going to skullfuck your families.
>>45818668Jetbike Rangers? Huh, sounds pretty spooky.
>>45818668So they like to ride around on speedy jetbikes.Roll d10 for favoured Warrior Aspect
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>45818754
>>45818782Striking Scorpions are favored on the Craftworld.Roll d10 for who the hero of the craftworld is
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>45818890Or 'was'.
>>45818935Their Avatar was their great hero! They couldn't do anything by their pitiful selves!roll 1d8 for "Allies" we're gonna say that it fended off an Imperial invasion (us) of the Craftworld, personally slaying hundreds of Space Marines, only to fall in a doomed raiding party to exact vengeance.
Rolled 6 (1d8)>>45819172
>>45819277Haha! They manipulate their sworn enemies to fight for them! The cowards don't even try! And that is all, could somebody pile that up.
>>45819343After I shower, sure
-M40-Plains-Outcast-Below Strength (thanks to us!)-Terror/Precision Attack-Jetbikes-Striking Scorpion-Avatar -Fended off an Imperial invasion of the Craftworld, personally slaying hundreds of Space Marines, only to fall in a doomed raiding party to exact vengeance.-Necrons-Chaos Space Marines (us)
>>45819343Maybe they feared Slaanesh`s grasp so much they decide to escape it via necronofication going against everything they were created for?
>>45819451No, I think they just have the necrons chase them into situations that benefit them.Does this mean we have to roll up a Necron Tomb Kingdom?
>>45819692I hope not, there IS such a thing as over-egging a pudding.
>>45819730Yup, we can probably throw a random kingdom in there.
>>45819692Lets do it. I hope we end up rolling necrons interested in collecting eldar bodies.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>45819762Maybe we should have that as a given, otherwise we'll have a domino effect of faction rolling. https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Necron_Army_Creation_Tables
>>45819818Yea, I gotta get going for a bit, I leave Warbananon v1 in charge of this thread.
>>45819867Cheers mate.So, while we fought to bring honor to kingdom of the Silent King, in the name of which C'Tan did we do this before betraying them? Gimme a d10
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>45819902No one? Do I have to do everything around here?
>>45820059The Endless Swarm eh, huge, buggy and unpronounceable, just the way I like it!
>>45820059It is a burden of the one who follows Path of Command.
>>45820130Finally someone who ISN'T me, or OP...care to give me a hand with this? We need a d10 for our hate enemy.
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>45820267
>>45819343>Eldar try to maniuplate Chaos Marines into killing us>We bribe them into not doing it with dank weed and drugsGG no re Eldar
>>45820401Alright, so, since these guys were all about speed and stuff, should our chaos be basically chaos imperial fists?
>>45820401Wait nevermind, I read the fucking thing wrongWe'd still bribe Chaos Marines with Heresy Weed to help us, though.
>>45820392So we hate the Imperium, rather ironic considering this>>45820401, but the Suns were off the deep end already.Now...WHAT IS YOU MAJOR MALFUNCTION BROTHA!
>>45820451Forgot me fookin' name.
>>45819451Actually, The Eldar probably did some shit to point the Eldar in our direction and just let them do their thingWhich means they pointed Necrons into the fringes of the Ultramar Empire (I guess thats where out home planet is)So basically we sit back and sell drugs, using the money to bribe and/or pay tithes to the empire, while the ultrasmurfs automatically win against the Necron threat
>>45820585>the eldar point the Eldar in our directionThats some next level Eldar dickeryI meant Necrons, but the typo is funnier
>>45820613Actually, Considering how every Eldar everywhere currently hates us?It's very likly some Farseer decided that allowing a single Craftworld be destroyed is worth it for uniting all Eldar across the Galaxy in a fanatical zeal to destroy the agents of Slaneesh, starting with us. It'd explain how they convinced everyone that setting the Necrons on us was a good idea.
>>45820832Maybe there should be a singular craft world that took up their mantle against us