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    7 KB Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:36 No.5291512  
    Entrusted to their mighty Battle Beds, the Sleepy Marines know no fear in this world nor that of dreamland. Held aloft their mighty transports, these mighty warriors do battle with the forces of Chaos on a nightly basis, tracking them mercilessly through their dreams to mete out justice where they will.

    Marked by the holy vestments of sleep, their war pajamas are festooned with symbols of the Emperor's glory, as well as an assortment of plush familiars to protect them in battle.

    Glory to the Emperor.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:37 No.5291524
    now that's just lazy.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:39 No.5291540
    I like this idea, combining Spass Mehreens with something like Little Nemo in Slumberland or Yume Nikki or something else similar.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:40 No.5291550
    I don't know whether to be horrified or go add it to 1d4chan.
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:42 No.5291558
    FOR THE zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:43 No.5291578
    I suspect this is gonna need to be archived.

    Let's see what else shows up tho'
    >> Melo 07/29/09(Wed)23:46 No.5291604
    >> Abaddon 07/29/09(Wed)23:46 No.5291606
    you know i might be able to fight them
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:47 No.5291611
    What if they were Psykers?
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:48 No.5291619
    Account recovered from the ruins of Stronghold Titan II, Courova XVI, author unknown,

    Of the far reaches of space blessed by the Emperor, cursed was that of Courova XVI. Stationed by the will of the Imperium there with my fellow guardsmen, a grim and dark battle raged incessantly between the chaos cultists that had infested the planet and our brave platoons. Despite our best efforts, the cultists had successfully managed to successfully appease the warp enough to call forth a unit of Berzerkers. Lined along the trenches encircling our stronghold, the vile hellspawn readied their forces for a decisive charge, one that, given our faith in His will, we did not expect to survive. At first glance I thought my eyes had deceived me, but this was clearly not the case. Lumbering slowly across the land between the two forces came a small number of what appeared to be heavily armored bedframes.. Given, that if one were to call them beds, they would have to note the strangely adorned sheets and pillows covering them, each themed to match with its rider. Taken aback by the encroachment of this strange new force, the Chaos cultists hesitated, waiting for them to make the first move. As the caravan of transports lumbered slowly along, we realized that these we're not those of battle, and as both sides looked on in puzzlement, the group ascended the hill and was gone.

    None survived the ensuing onslaught, I write this now with the last of my strength, my life for the Empero*illegible*
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:48 No.5291620
    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:50 No.5291647
    Fear their mighty snore.
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    >> Anonymous 07/29/09(Wed)23:57 No.5291696
    What if they were Psykers/Librarians that projected an etherial ghost type form which would charge into battle? Upon the death of this 'ghost' the Marine would wake up and then act as a more tired cranky ill-tempered Marine.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:07 No.5291781
    More cranky then a normal SM? Erk...
    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:09 No.5291805
    Vestuvius of the Sleepy Marines curled up in his Battle Bed, attended by servitors who awaited with warm milk and cookies to send him drifting back to sleep should he awake unexpectedly. Consciousness left him within minutes, and training kicked in as he grew aware of himself once more, garbed in powered armor and carrying a bolter. They were what was most familar to him, but he could easily rearm himself for whatever task was at hand; he was a Dream Warrior, one of the veterans in the fighting at the edge of the Immaterium where dreams drifted by.

    A dark room surrounded him, the same bunk which he left, but desolate, empty of all life, even biomechanical creations such as servitors and servoskulls. With a few steps, he approached the door, but instead of opening out to the rest of the barracks, a dark, shimmering room appeared, filled with floating doorways of the Shared Slumber. The doorways led to all sorts of strange, unusual, and even horrifying places, from dark forests to endless lands made of squirming, twisting body parts, crying silently, down to the Red Maze beneath it all, unmappable and filled with horrible daemons who stalked its passages and stole a person, locking them away in some hidden place in the Shared Slumber, lost for eternity.

    He was alone, but in their dreams, the Dream Warriors were always alone. But it was no matter. The doors drifted past, each offering a pathway towards worlds unheard of, some pristine, some filled with gibbering madness Daemons can only dream of letting loose upon the Materium. But none of those were his destination. Instead, a black door with a crescent moon and stars swiftly advanced towards him, opening without a sound to envelop him whole.

    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:09 No.5291806
    But not as cranky as a reawakened Dreadnought.
    >> Well this is a start, I guess. Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:11 No.5291822
    The Dream Warriors, also known as the Sleepy Marines are one of the most faithful chapters of space marines in the Imperium of Man, as their fight is not only limited to the physical world, since it reaches the ethereal realms of dreams.

    In their sleep, within their dreams, the Dream Warriors fight the forces of chaos that lurks in the nightmares of every imperial citizen, keeping them safe where they are most vulnerable.
    That's their fight, a never ending fight for the Imperium, for the hopes and dreams of even the lowliest guardsman.

    That's their strength, but it's also their weakness, as even the mightiest warriors of the Emperor need rest, something that the Dream Warriors can never have.
    >> Vector !NEy29ODpvs 07/30/09(Thu)00:13 No.5291840
    They become nightmare marines if they die while fighting in the dream world.
    >> Melo 07/30/09(Thu)00:13 No.5291845
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    Where does Fred fit in?
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 07/30/09(Thu)00:14 No.5291852

    Daemon Prince of Khorne?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:22 No.5291924
    How does "Don't Wake Daddy" fit into this, though?
    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:23 No.5291934

    There were trillions upon trillions upon trillions of glittering lights, each the private dream world of a sentient creature who was not sucked into the Shared Slumber to wander it endlessly until awakening or being dragged to endless sleep, and endless horror. He drifted through the 'sky', taking care to avoid the green mist which enveloped an immense portion of this area, the dreams of the Orks. They were brutish, just like the rest of the existence of the species, but unlike other creatures, the Orks' dreams were interconnected, and to assault one Ork would be to assault all Orks, and that would be suicide for anyone.

    No, instead his mission sent him deep into the darkness, with one red light growing ever larger and brighter, from the size of a pinprick to the size of a world.

    Many rookies made the mistake of entering their target's dreams directly. But that direction led only to woe, for to enter another being's dream directly meant that one was completely under the laws that governed that dream, a catastrophe in most cases. Rather, Vestuvius imagined. Imagined his brothers, imagined the might of the Imperium, imagined his guaranteed victory. As his imaginations grew, so did another sphere arose beside the first, the personal dreams of Vestuvius. These he entered, which shrank and wrapped around him until they were no thicker than a strand of hair, and garbed in his armor of imagination he stepped into the other dream.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:23 No.5291942
    Cranky: In the turn immediately after waking, the Sleepy Marines gain +1 to their WS and Attacks. However, during this time they are -1 BS, due to sudden exposure to light. In the next turn, they use normal Space Marine characteristics.

    On the third turn after waking, all Sleepy Marines who are not in close combat fall asleep again.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:24 No.5291946
    At first, the idea sounded rather silly in typical /tg/-made chapter fashion, but this.... this actually makes them sound pretty damn cool and not entirely implausible. After all, it's portrayed many times in the fluff that Chaos often plagues humans with frequent nightmares. To combat this threat, would the majority of Dream Warriors have to by psykers?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:25 No.5291954
    Does Kharn ever sleep?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:29 No.5291985
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    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:33 No.5292024
    requesting plush marine motivational
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:34 No.5292031
    At the sudden sight of a voluptuous Sister of Battle disrobing, Battle Brother Snorius reminded himself to stay disciplined and stay in control. As he spurred his pink unicorn steed on, he made a mental note to perform penance after waking.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:37 No.5292055
    Yes they would, though maybe non psyker Dream Warriors could enter the dream realm, with the help of a psyker, doing some weird ritual before going to sleep.

    I was going to include that in the text, but I'm not a very good writefag, and English is not my main language; in short I skipped it, to not fuck up the text.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:38 No.5292064
    I remember Mole Marines
    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:40 No.5292086


    A burning wasteland stretched forth as far as Vestuvius could see, as cultists looted and pillaged and raped to their hearts content through what was once a beautiful world of the Imperium, with a vast black fortress looming in the distance, shrouded by smoke and the stench of death. The cultists he ignored; they didn't exist here but as a shade, a figment of the imagination, and those that approached him simply vanished as they touched his dream barrier of uncounted victories and his Faith in the Emperor. With a single step, the world warped about him until he was in the inner sanctum of the fortress, a few feet from his target. The man, a traitor marine captain, naked and surrounded by daemonettes whispering about terrible secrets and deadly pleasures looked with horror at the Space Marine, while the daemonettes vanished completely, being naught but dreams rather than true Daemons.

    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:41 No.5292089

    With a roar, the man rose, surrounded in a suit of flame and wielding weapons of pure despair, and charged at the shimmering Dream Warrior, and they fought with thought and body and soul, their selves twisting their worlds to bring to bear as much deadly force as possible while armoring themselves in their own created realities, flashing power ripping apart everything around them until only two glowing figures floated in a dark, nondescript void where only their battle existed. Weeks, months, years passed as their fight waged on, until with a mighty war cry Vestuvius split the traitor open, whose ragged remains faded, along with the void as Vestuvius reentered the universe of the dream worlds. Knowing that his foe was finally dead, not only in his dreams, but in reality as well, he flew back towards the starry door, and back into the dark room of his barracks towards his sleeping body.

    With a yawn, he awoke, taking a look at the chrono display. Only 5 hours passed since he first closed his eyes. Plenty of time to catch some sleep and prepare for the next assault upon the dreams of his enemies.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:41 No.5292092
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    Then all is not lost.
    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:42 No.5292101

    Just an attempt to get some ideas down based upon >>5291540
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:43 No.5292107
    who said we'd forgotten?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:46 No.5292139
    I want you to know that your awesome
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:47 No.5292159
    so marines can sleep half their brain while remaining conscious, do sleepy marines still have this ability or has a mutation caused them to loose it? Why do they sleep so much? Out of necessity or just because it is thier chosen frontier of battle.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:51 No.5292190
    Its just cos they're lazy.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:53 No.5292217

    Dream Warriors are assassins sent into the galaxy of dream worlds towards their targets to pick off influential people in their sleep.

    There are also Explorers who go through the Shared Slumber, wresting its secrets, for it touches upon all lives, and so may contain glimpses as to what is, what was, what will be, and what may be.

    Dreams naturally touch upon the borders of the Immaterium, so one does not need to be a psyker to go into it, but there is years of training to not only be able to control one's dream, but to step outside of dreams and into the reality between dreams, along with combat in such areas.

    There are Dream Masters, the equivalent of captains in each chapter, who guide each Dream Warrior to strike at the best of his ability in an area, or to guide their dreams in mass against daemonic incursions before they can breach the Materium. There are few psykers, but their gifts can also be deadly for those who fight, as they could act as a backdoor into the Materium, like all psykers.

    As for the Servitors, they are there to kill a person if they ever become possessed by outside influence, by chaos worshippers or worse.
    >> A terrible writefag 07/30/09(Thu)00:56 No.5292251

    I can't think of adding any more to that, but if anyone has any better ideas, say something.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:56 No.5292253
    They Sleepy Marines are a successor chapter of the Exorcists, making them impervious to Daemonic possession, this makes them perfect for taking the fight to the enemy. During their time as an initiate they are taught how to lucid dream, the ability to control and manipulate the dream around them. After training they are linked into the mainframe while they slumber that acts as a psychic beacon, although it doesn't work like the astronomicon. They are passive psykers, not being able summon psychic powers themselves but being able to manipulate it for their usage, also a beneficial tool against the Great Enemy. The Beacon acts like a controlled warp storm that brings the malign powers of the warp into the mainframe and are held there like the containment grid in Ghost Busters. Basically its a trap. After they're successfully contained the marines are go to battle and defeat their foes. If a marine is slain his conscious is forced out of his body and kept in the mainframe, literally a ghost in the shell kind of deal, they're called Nightmares, because they appear out of nowhere and wreak fervent wrath upon the daemons assaulting their still living brothers.

    That's all I got.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:58 No.5292272
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    Lazy marines already have their own chapter.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)00:58 No.5292278
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    angry vs sleepy who wins?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:00 No.5292291
    I approve of sleepy marines. Glory to the Emperor!
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:02 No.5292314
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    all orks are linked in dreams then sleepy marines need not be alone a massed attack on the orks while they sleep. the sleepy marines would be able to join each other in battle and kill tousands of orks in one night.
    >> HURR DURR SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:02 No.5292315

    Wait a minute....
    >Angry (Grumpy) Marines
    >Sleepy Marines

    ...Dopey Marines, Bashful Marines, Doc Marines, Sneezy Marines Dopey Marines, Happy Marines...

    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:04 No.5292334
    something is amiss here
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:05 No.5292344

    Oh, you really want to face an Ork/Orks in his/their dreams? With the full power of the WAAAAAGH! rather than what little actually does leak through into reality from the power of shared belief? Good luck with that.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:05 No.5292348
    The Snow White Sisters of Battle?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:07 No.5292365
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    I couldn't find the motivational, but I did find this munny on google.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:07 No.5292366
    Give them a weakness, as I said in >>5291822
    Make them unable to rest properly. Maybe, thanks to a geneseed defect they have the ability to fight inside dreams, however "their dreams" (not properly theirs, as those, are the dreams of their victims, or the dreams of who they're protecting) are completely lucid. So they never get a rest from fighting making some of them go crazy over time.
    Also power teddy bears, servitors are dressed like gigantic teddy bears, and Bednoughts.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:08 No.5292376
    >Sneezy Marines
    fell to Chaos
    snot is that of Nurgle
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:08 No.5292378

    Remember, dreams are also shaped by personal belief. And an Ork believes that he fights, and he wins. Period. They manifest naturally everything it takes for them to win in their own dreams, and then they do it by the trillions.

    Enjoy your Waaaargh!.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:09 No.5292386
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    I d'aaaaaawed

    this thread is good and you should feel good.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:09 No.5292387
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    think of the benefits if suddenly 2 million orks in a WAAAAAAGH fall dead one night
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:10 No.5292391
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    Fredrick Kru'gh - once a Chaplain of the Sleepy Marines (aka Sandman Chapter) fell to the lures of Slaanesh in M41.02. He apparently had a thing for molesting neophytes and scouts and, prior to his fall, took it one step further by slicing them up with his lightning claw.

    His battle brothers caught him in the act one day and he was swiftly immolated in purifying flame.

    Now he lives in the immaterium, under the patronage of Slaanesh and haunts the dreams of all scouts in the chapter.

    Scout and neophyte barracks are heavily fortified with hexagrammic wards as a result. And all scouts on missions are issued with powerful stimulants that last the entire duration of the mission to prevent them from falling asleep - quite a contradiction to chapter doctrine.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:11 No.5292398

    Alright, and those that don't go insane and are put out of their misery before they attract daemons, who die while fighting in the dreams, they join their battle brothers on the database as 'machine spirits' while their bodies are destroyed, as an empty vessel can be retaken by something else.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:12 No.5292409

    Nobody going to take any of that?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:12 No.5292411
    no. slaanesh.
    >> Melo 07/30/09(Thu)01:13 No.5292419
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:14 No.5292423

    I prefer the idea where an Ork, a lowly creature easily defeated by marines while awake, become a terrifying threat to those who roam dreams, sucking in the unwary and unskilled who wander too close and krumping them almost instantly.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:14 No.5292429

    Sounds good. Add it to the terrible writefag's stuff.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:16 No.5292439
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    Archive this shit NAAOOOOOOOO
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:17 No.5292444
    >servitors are dressed like gigantic teddy bears,
    Not sure if want...

    >and Bednoughts.
    DO WANT!!!
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:18 No.5292460
    I can already see the pics of a Sister of Battle tucking the Sleepy Marines in for the night.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:19 No.5292465


    Their bodies do not really matter in their fight, only their minds, and so as long as that is still intact, they can still fight with the rest of their brothers, alive and whole (so to speak) in the dreams though crippled in real life.
    >> WE 07/30/09(Thu)01:21 No.5292477
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    Moar HERezzzyzzzzzzzzzzz...
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:21 No.5292478
    Dark Eldar Bogeymen vs Sleepy marines plz
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:22 No.5292489

    >Dark Eldar Bogeymen


    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:23 No.5292491
    I think it will take more than one thread for /tg/ to decide what is considered "canon" for the Sleepy Marines. One thing I'd like to clarify right away, though, is that "Dream Warriors" is the true name of the chapter while "Sleepy Marines" is simply a common moniker, correct? I imagine it would be outsiders of the chapter who would call them Sleepy Marines in a derogatory fashion, not truly understanding what it is they do.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:23 No.5292498

    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:23 No.5292500
    Win, wrapped up in awesome, wrapped up in a good nights sleep.

    Thank you writefag.

    Thank you /tg
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:23 No.5292501
    All the servitors are vat-grown little girls who stand ever-vigilant with milk and cookies.
    >> Writefag Chronicles !42DalLaSf2 07/30/09(Thu)01:24 No.5292514



    So much daaaaaaaaaawwwwwwwwwwww.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:27 No.5292540
    >All the servitors are vat-grown little girls who stand ever-vigilant with milk and cookies.
    That disturbing considering the chrubs used by the Imperium are dead babies...
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:29 No.5292567

    "Dreams... dreams are a sacred place!"
    Shouted the Sleepy marine as he drew his power sword

    The Dark Eldar bogeyman cackled
    "Let me turn this dream into... a beautiful nightmare!"
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:30 No.5292572
    It would only make sense that since they do everything in their dreams they can actually talk to the Emperor, since he's not able to communicate to anyone in his corporeal form, right?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:31 No.5292578
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    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:32 No.5292585

    Dream Marines.
    Its a slant rhyme.
    >> Reiiama Kotsu 07/30/09(Thu)01:32 No.5292586
    A new day, a new marine... geez... how many marine types ARE THERE?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:33 No.5292591
    Well, there are a thousand Chapters in the fluff alone, although that could change when Games Workshop finally flips their collective lid completely and makes half the Chapters Ultramarines.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:34 No.5292610
    well... half of the chapter seem to get their seed from the Ultramarines anyway
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:34 No.5292611

    I think they respect the Emperor enough to not disturb him and let him sleep and continue his work of keeping the Astronomicon lit and fighting the Chaos Gods in the Immaterium.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:35 No.5292618
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    Pic related.

    An interesting idea but I think it would be too much to allow for actual direct communication. Perhaps they can recieve some sort of premonitions when they go the 'see' him?
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 07/30/09(Thu)01:35 No.5292622

    Half the chapters already ARE ultramehreens. I remember reading somewhere ultrines have the highest number of successor chapters or something.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:36 No.5292628
    "Even in death, I still slumber!" Brilliant! This thread should be archived for the good of all mankind!
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:37 No.5292634
    Samefag here with another thought on the subject of the Lazy Marines. Perhaps they share a similar strain of geneseed with the Dream Warriors that make them less capable in conventional, real-world combat, but the Lazy Marines actually DESERVE their poor reputation. Because of this, the Dream Warriors try their best to distance themselves from their closely related brothers.

    I imagine going anywhere near the Emperor's dreams would be forbidden to the highest degree, potentially even suicidal to try and do so. >>5292611 has the right idea, too.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:37 No.5292635
    Any idea if that includes the Rainbow Warriors?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:38 No.5292644

    ...Who the fuck are those?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:39 No.5292660
    The Emperor has the strength of a chaos god, so what's to say he's not Omniscient to a degree, he's walking around the dreams of all the citizens of the Imperium and he discovers the Dream Marines locked in a heated battle against the boogeyman, he leaps to their aide and saves the day, and then continues strolling along their dreamlands tending his flock.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 07/30/09(Thu)01:40 No.5292664

    No idea in the slightest.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:41 No.5292683
    refer to
    They're one of the chapters listed in the Rogue Trader book. Guess what the name of their ship is?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:42 No.5292685
    The problem with that, though, is that /tg/ simply comes up with too many "______ Marines" and could be at least a little more original in regard to naming habits. Do any canon chapter names even end in "marine" besides the Ultramarines?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:42 No.5292696


    Also, he's a bit busy. They don't feed him psykers just so he can wander around people's dreams. He's not Jesus, who has the free time to appear on toast and all sorts of food items.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:43 No.5292705
    I propose there be a new branch in the Imperium of Man, dealing with the fragile dreams of our finest warriors. Of course the leaders in this battle of dreams shall be members of the Adeptus Astarties; the Dream Warriors.This branch shall be called...

    The Adeptus Hypnoticus.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:43 No.5292707
    Rogue trader chapter
    retconned out like squats
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:44 No.5292715

    Connected to Ordos Malleus?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:48 No.5292754
    But of course!
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:50 No.5292775
    That's what's so funny about it.
    Look at all the Blood, Wolf, Angel, Death chapters out there.
    Speessss Marinees are suppose to sound like they were named by an 11 year old.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:51 No.5292793
    Nah. Dream Warriors/Sleepy Marines is what should stick.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:55 No.5292838
    Naw, I think the Dream Warriors are better of doing this solo. A single Space Marine chapter handling this massive task by themselves sounds plausible. An entirely new branch of the Imperium? Not so much.... I imagine that they would be one of the much lesser known chapters, and those that do know of the Dream Warriors misunderstandingly don't think too highly of them, hence calling them the Sleepy Marines. You might even say that the Dream Warriors don't even advertise what it is they really do, despite the blatant advertising of their name.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)01:56 No.5292852

    Sounds good to me.
    >> Adeptus Hypnoticus Personnel 07/30/09(Thu)01:58 No.5292873
    There are countless branches in the Imperium, hell there are even multiples of some of them, so we at the Adeptus Hypnoticus "not existing" is unsound.
    >> Adeptus Hypnoticus Personnel 07/30/09(Thu)01:59 No.5292883
    After all, we're not going to let the Space Marines get ALL the glory, now are we?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)02:01 No.5292896
    But getting ALL the glory is what Space Marines are for.

    As a side note, it's kind of ironic that this thread is keeping me from going to bed for work tomorrow morning....
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)02:25 No.5293081
    Sleepy Marines must have gone to sleep
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:15 No.5293397
    They all originated from one chapter, the Dwarf Marines.
    >> Ghost !4u16FlNpwo 07/30/09(Thu)03:23 No.5293462
    makes sense. They'd all have to be mildly psychic with the chapter being led by librarians.

    Reminds me of the Adeptus Arbites fighting inside the webway during the horus heresy
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:34 No.5293532
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:49 No.5293613
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    The problem is, Kirby is evil, he kills countless creatures for food or...just cause.

    IE. That one thing in Kirby Super Star where Kirby attacks and kills everyone on Meta-Knight's ship for...no reason.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:54 No.5293635
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    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:56 No.5293639
    meta knight tried to take over dream land because its people were "lazy"

    kirby obviously had to explode a bitch
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:56 No.5293640
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    Meta Knight was trying to use the Halberd to conquer dreamland dude, thats kind of his thing. i think that calls for genocide via devouring.
    >> femanon 07/30/09(Thu)03:57 No.5293647
    i like the old metaknight the best =/
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)03:57 No.5293648
    >Sneezy Marines

    Plague Marines?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:06 No.5293713
    Fair enough.

    How about in...what was it...Squeak Squad? Where he killed countless...for cake.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:09 No.5293728
    Are you implying delicious cake is not worth killing for?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:09 No.5293730
    the mice were evil and stole more than just his cake, his motives were to get his own back, but he helped feed countless others in the process i believe (or ate it all)
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:12 No.5293746
    Fair enough, I have been shown who is the boss.

    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:18 No.5293771
    So, the Emperor is actually Kirby?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)04:29 No.5293821
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    <--- Chaos God

    ...god damn I want Dreamland 40k now.
    >> Writefag Chronicles !42DalLaSf2 07/30/09(Thu)06:10 No.5294295
    The dream marines, they live inside of my head
    The dream marines, they come to me in my bed.
    The dream marines, they're coming to arBLAM
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)06:15 No.5294313
    Space Marines + Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath = OH MY FUCKING GOD
    >> FAILTRAITOR 07/30/09(Thu)06:26 No.5294348
    sooooo, Dream Wariors are trying to find the secret citadel of the Chaos Gods to take the figth to them?
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)06:46 No.5294411
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    >> John 07/30/09(Thu)07:36 No.5294581
    I say skip the vat grown girl thing and stick with the bed servitors. That and/or the Sisters of battle thing. Fund that.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)08:11 No.5294782
    I agree that bed servitors are the way to go.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)08:22 No.5294853
    The Sleepy Marines have fought more than any other living entity in the entire emperium.

    They have seen creatures that YOU cannot even imagine. From vile little cultists to gross giant blob of flesh clouped with machinery.

    No one will ever be able to measure the battles fought by the Sleepy Marines. Their contribution to the emperium cannot be replaced, and in their sleep do they protect humanity.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)08:28 No.5294884
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    Required reading right there. Randolph Carter is the Dream Warriors Primarch.

    I approve of this chapter. It's somewhat original at least.
    >> Anonymous 07/30/09(Thu)12:59 No.5296285
    I think that's the Emperor's business. The Dream Warriors already have enough on their plate with what they do as is.

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