Previous Thread: >>713383051d4chan page: https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Argent_Strix (leave editing be to OP so this don't turn into a clusterfuck)Previously we left off on fluffing the Homeworld of the Strix, and the chapter themself with things like heraldry and relics. Welcome to the bastard of the BTs and FTs.
>>71354500>Welcome to the bastard of the BTs and FTs.That somehow has the Ultramarines as their Ancestor.
>>71354519Never said it wasn't strange.
>>71354519With anyone else as our primary progenitor, we'd probably have renegade or worse with all the conflicts we face.As it stands, it probably works well as a modulating influence, keeping everything.. while not normal, at least closer to it than we would otherwise be.
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>>71354519++DATA ENTRY M.39++Analysis of Argent Strix geneseed.++PROGENITOR++Legiones Astartes XIII, Ultramarines++ANALYSIS OF GENESEED++>Inconsistant with sole Progenitor.++ACTIONS++Cross reference all available gene-stock.++ANALYSIS++Legiones IX, Blood Angels geneseed detected.++CONCLUSION++Argent Strix geneseed contains both IX and XIII Legion geneseed, recommend extensive testing for abnormalities and immediate notification of the High Lords of Terra.
One anon was proposing we go forward with flushing out the Homeworld via native life. However, I'd like to see what we can do with the Gangers of the underhive. Since we seem to have established them closer to Houses/Guilds like Necromunda rather than simple gangs.When did the House rise to power? (d10)
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71354596I was just about to post a suggestion that we roll up a few gangs
>>71354607>Early M41 - The House rose in the early years of the 41st Millenium. Only the most powerful Houses from this era will still hold control today.One of the most well fleshed out times in recent memory, barely a Millenium ago is when this house rose to power. Some of the marines of the chapter were there for its founding.House Founding: Early M41.How strong is the House? (d10)
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>71354624We ain't dead yet!
>>71354627>Legendary - The House has attained truly great power, enough to rival the most powerful Houses of Necromunda. Power comes at a price, however, and the other great Houses may feel inclined to make alliances against the upstart in order to preserve their hegemony.Absolute power and the name of this house are synonymous. What is in their territory is under their absolute control, and their house is more unified then it has ever been. The Arbites know them well, and their influence reaches all over the world Ventus.In what region is the House's power most evident? (1d10)
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>71354671
Roman aesthetic pseudo-Blood Angel vampires who look like marble statues and eat daemon hearts to spiritually suicide-bomb daemon princes and greater daemons. They really goddamn hate daemons, adore the Emperor and are best buds with the priesthood. They live on a giant Hive World which operates as an Armoury World specialising in missiles. The World also uses a great, great deal of those missiles itself. The planet doesn't have enuff dakka, but it's about halfway there. Consider that that actually means.It's possible it was even a nice place to live before the decision to mass produce and test ship-destroying weaponry there. It's also possible it used to have more than 5 moons. What's definite is it's a shithole wasteland now.
>>71354690>Equipment - The warriors of this House carry the best gear, with one of them being a match for three other gang thugs.Members of this house see that every one of their, many, ranks is outfitted with the best they can buy and produce. Which given the nature of Ventus is saying something. Thugs of this house are probably closer to Stormtrooper than an actual ganger given the state of their power and Ventus technology.>Who holds positions of power in the House? (d10)
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>7135472110 get!
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71354721Rolling.Also what was the color scheme you used for the marines?
>>71354727Pallid Wych Flesh, Eshin Grey, Abbadon Black, Khorne Red, Gold.
Repostan shipment manifest
>>71354737Pls link the template for later threads Praise the Emperor
>>71354726>>71354727We'll split the difference and say 3.>Male-aligned - The House's leaders and gangs are primarily male, but women are not actively excluded from such a lifestyle, and particularly skilled or dedicated women can rise to positions of prominence.For whatever reason, may it be perhaps just numbers or perhaps mutation and tact. The power structure of this house leans towards men, but women in positions of power still exist.House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)In which industry does the House operate? (d100)
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>71354760
The Administratum rules the planet proper, we are not so concerned with ruling. Oh, there's a subtle hand with noble and ecclesiarchal politics, but the overwhelming majority of the world's day-to-day business is that of the Administratum. And to be fair, when trying to manage a Hive world, the quill-pushers are a better choice than wasting the time of the Emperor's own Angels of Death. Despite the rapid seasonal changes, it's a fair place to live in the Imperium. There is tiring work to be done, but work is better than idleness, and there are sturdy walls and warm beds within the hab-blocks. Outside the Hive is endless wasteland, but within one can find hymns and protection.And if there are more inspections than other worlds, of reports and papers and permits.. and now and then the flashed silver of that Sigil... well, it is a small price for the comfort that none of that foul Heresy that afflicts other, less pious, worlds is found here. Then there are the grand parades on one Saint's day or another, where white, red and gold giants march and wave to the crowd. Noble and proud, the elders looking like the grand statues within the Shrine sprang to life to defend the Imperium, but first wrapped robes or ceramite armour around themselves. An offering of divine Astartes blood at one ritual, a display of superhuman swordsmanship in another. It's quite enough for you to forget that this month's rations were reduced 20% due to a 'below expected quota' from your hab-sector. Such is life in the Imperium of Man.
>>71354776>Another productWell, that's broad as hell. Choose I guess or re-roll or we can do it as a double field.
>>71354752Here are all the datalslate background/templates I have savedhttps://imgur.com/a/KkYcbEeAlso with this post I'll also share the template for the document/parchment
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>71354822
Some ambient music for more fullfilling atmosphere>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVW1XFepSTI&list=PLyLLeKcxw24Xuka1dmi8NbMrm6Dun_VDg
>>71354841>>71354822>EntertainmentAs much as, some of, the priesthood may ache about it. An entirely spartan life of piety and work is no way to live, at least not without a massive climb in the rate of suicides. So this house delivers entertainment to all! A performer on every street corner of the Hive, massive galas and balls for the guilds and their masters, theaters, vox recordings, festivities, strip shows, perhaps even private dances, and parades are their desire and delivery.House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.What attitude do the members of the House hold? (d10)
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71354870
>>71354870Wow, this Hive is alright.We got flavoured rations, and even stuff to do off-duty. And all we gotta do is make bombs.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71354732Thank you, I figured I should give one of the Terminators a try.>>71354870
>>71354891Power Pilums. For the discerning space roman.
Just a random question, does altered stock make you roll on the lost zygotes table or the mutation table?Also just saying that this chapter looks neat, might paint one of them up for /wip/ once it is all done.
>>71354875>Phlegmatic - The people of this House are quiet, contemplative and hard to read or predict.They're certainly a strange lot for entertainers and performers, they do their duties and they do them well. But the moment that's juggling man on the corner of your street is off the clock he retreats to the quiet safety of his house's territory.Perhaps their homes are gently lit, soft music filling their halls as they practice their art, that street juggler retreating away to his advanced study to write a play or book for the people of the Hive.(These guys sound like a treat. Quiet performers, writers, actors, and artist that keep to themselves on the off-hours.)House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.How does the House appoint its leaders? (d10)
>>71354945Oh god.The upper echelons are mimes. ...or more likely, just businessmen.
>>71354891Very nice anon.
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>71354945Not gonna lie, this is probably the most relaxed Ganger house I have seen.
>>71354963Thanks anon, I tried going for a more down to earth on the gubbins on this one.
>>71354964you say that, but you got the least relaxed way of choosing leaders for the gang
>>71354964They aren't Necromunda tier for nothing. They will stab you with a power dagger, film it as the wound burns, repeat until you die of shock after being revived several times and the process repeated.. and then sell the footage. Then step back out onto the streets and continue the show!
>>71354964>Brutality - As with many others, this House's leadership is taken from the biggest bullies, with the strength and wit to muscle their way to the top of the pile.While the house itself is tightknit, friendly, quiet, and withdrawn. Make no mistake, they know there is a price to secure power. Competition in the house high where achievement denotes your place in the hierarchy. It's an ever-progressing battle among the young and old to see who can one-up each other in more outrageous performance, more captivating book, and more memorable play.The accolades of the people determine where one lies in the house and it can switch at a moment's notice. A young writer can find himself among the lions from a lucky book, and one of those lions may find himself less powerful than a child for a disliked play.They also fiercely protect their homes and what territory they care to take and keep.House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.What do the House's gangers do that makes them stand out? (d10)
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71355010
So we have mini-Harlequins in the Hive. This is... interesting.
Behold, the Fourth Company "Ultra", named in honor of their founding Chapter). Their company color is Blue. Company composition is as follows:1 x Command Squad "Bloodspears" Captain CaesoApothecary TertianVeteran Sergeant VictisTechmarine Merti6 x Tactical SquadSergeant VemnonSergeant NaecoSergeant OrpheumSergeant GardrimSergeant WendrosSergeant Madfred (acting)2 x Assault SquadSergeant AtriusSergeant Dreon2 x Contemptor DreadnoughtsAncient VaeserAncient Orgron2 x Thunderhawks"Ardent Spear""Fuhors Lament"
>>71355057The real question is would the actual Harlequins take their shenanigans as a insult or a challenge.
>>71355032https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QvjqIWjT60>Gaudy - Subtlety is for wimps! Members of this House eschew stealth or tactical gear in favor of bright, flashy colors or elaborate jewelry and accessories.True to their job members of this house love their bling, bright colors, and gaudy patterns. Leave some carapace armor around them and they'd probably paint it pink and purple with stripes and covered in gold filigree.House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.Who is the House allied with? (d100)1-75 will be considered other houses.
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>71355104
>>71355057>Be me.>Bloodletter.>Summoned by local warband of Bezerkers.>Infilitrate Hive through the underside.>Get killed by some backflipping asshole wearing syth-skin wielding a plasma pistol.
>>71355089I think so long as they don't try to put on a performance of the Eldar history.. then just a dance-off challenge. Also kind of cute, like seeing a dog in a suit. Aw, he thinks he's people. You don't even know what taxes are, do you? You're a dog. >>71355109I guess a non-specific data-based House?
>>71355109House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.House Ally: Unknown House.Who does the House count as an enemy? (2d100)1-75 is yet undecided houses.
Rolled 4, 70 = 74 (2d100)>>71355129
Rolled 12, 23 = 35 (2d100)>>71355129
>>71355144Two as of yet undecided houses are fighting against our yet unnamed house of performers.Decide on a name. But gang one is finished.House Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.House Ally: Unknown House.House Enemies: Two Unknown Houses.And someone roll me another 1d100, we should do about four to get us a good power base for the underhive and at least be able to name off allies and enemies.
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>71355161Got it boss.
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>71355161
Bumpan to again enquire what the Chapter's serfs think of the whole deal, if they're aware of it at all. Are there some serfs who are tasked with providing their own blood to sustain the Marines as necessary, so they don't have to go out hunting for it?Also, would it be based or cringe to draw some inspiration from VtM? Because I quite like the idea of some or all of the serfs being Ghoul-analogues who are bound to the chapter by a blood ritual of their own.
>>71355185>>71355187Shit, was actually a d10. But those can just work as twos.>M36-M39 - The House rose during tumultuous times for the Imperium - but whether it is still remembered or was forgotten in the chaos is up to you.This house is old, perhaps even older than are chapter, and still manages to cling on to this day with thousands of years of history.House Founding: M36-M39How strong is the House? (d10)
>>71355194I'm down for calling chapter Serfs Thralls like someone suggested earlier.Also I think it'd be fine to let them in on the inner workings. We presumably treat them well as valued servants like our progenitors and they're most likely raised from birth to loyally serve the chapter.
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71355194It would only be cringe if we grabbed the whole thing without picking out the garbage parts. I mean hell, I grabbed the Blood Boil ability from VTMB since it's a cool power and there's crazier powers in 40k.>>71355202It's cool boss.
>>71355194Your answer is here>>71352929My OC, just a suggesting/fluff/flavor.Having marines subsist of a wide array of willing participants in 'Emperor Praising Ceremonies' that only really exist to sate their Red Thirst seems grimdark enough to exist.The Chapter serfs perpare a chamber for the ritual (alt. name 'Thralls') by filling a basin with water and kneeling. They and astartes submit prayers and chants to the glory of the chapter and Emperor. The astartes pre-select one serf as the supplicant (honoring him). The astartes cuts him (wherever) and the serf pours pours his blood into the basin. The astartes then partake in drinking from the fountain, cleansing their failings, restoring their courage and preparing them for the next battle.
>>71355222>Significant - The House is strong and well-respected, finding success in both business and local gang warfare.Though our other yer unnamed house (please name the circus crew) dwarfs their power they still hold significant sway over the events of what take place in their fields.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.In what region is the House's power most evident? (d10)
For the record, I'm very much against us treating our Thralls like shit like the Marines Malevolent and Flesh Tearers with more of our hate being focused outward. Or stuff like sacrificing them in blood rituals that strays from Grimdark to Grimderp for me.
>>71355315You ain't alone on that one.
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71355304
>>71355345>Resources - The House controls a lot of resources, which it uses as leverage on others and to run its own operations.This house keeps a large stockpile of resources, most likely water and raw goods, to leverage against others and ensure their safety for long periods.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Who holds positions of power in the House? (d10)
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71355373
>>71355315Agreed. We're refined vampires after all. Okay, maybe we get a little aggressive with it during the Vitae Bacchanal, but those are special ceremonies. And we use prisoners for those to help water down the daemonblood. The Strix might save a shrine or relic over a hab-block, but only regretfully. Duty comes first, Duty to the Emperor and to the Imperium. Saving souls is important, some objectives are more important, but that's war for you.
>>71355376>Male-aligned - The House's leaders and gangs are primarily male, but women are not actively excluded from such a lifestyle, and particularly skilled or dedicated women can rise to positions of prominence.Another prominently male house. I can already hear the cries of patriarchy.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-alignedHive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)In which industry does the House operate? (d100)
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>7135542697 get!
>The White CountsIt has long been the practice for members of the Chapter to accept ceremonial leadership over a portion of the planet. Those Marines who do are given the title of "White Count", and may theoretically rule anywhere from hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of citizens. In practice, however, they hold very little power. Governance itself is carried out by the usual assortment of hive administrators, and the complex oligarchy of Ecclisiarchal, Inquisitorial, and mercantile interests does not like its own rule infringed upon. However, in extreme cases, the White Counts have been known to exercise their authority to replace disloyal or incompetent administrators. Those Counts who do so usually take a leave of absence from their duties in the Chapter and descend to their planet to govern their holdings personally. A holding governed by one of the White Counts is sure to be safe and prosperous, but some whisper of dark creatures which lurk the alleys and corridors in these regions. Wiser heads dismiss these as pure fiction, though, for what Astartes would ever tolerate such a danger in his domain?
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>71355426RIP
>>71355462https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1A3X_VA-us>GamblingC'mon friend. Step on in, put a woman around your arm, take your drink of choice, and pull your chair.So, feeling lucky in our house of sin?House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.What attitude do the members of the House hold? (d10)
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71355511
>>71355523>Phlegmatic - The people of this House are quiet, contemplative and hard to read or predict.I'm telling you, man, don't go to their casinos, god-emperor forbid a backroom game. All their games are rigged.Hell, it wouldn't even be that bad, but they can't be read! There are statues that express more emotion man. I've seen more expressive Techpriest then these guys, I'm telling you, man. You're going to walk in there with full pockets, win a couple of games, and find yourself homeless the next moment.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.
>>71355560My bad, forgot.>How does the House appoint its leaders? (d10)
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71355569I lurk these threads most of the time but this chapter looks so neat.
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71355560>>71355569Are we on the planet of the Stone Cold Motherfuckers?
>>71355581>>71355586>Intellect - Raw intelligence and education is the metric by which this House's leaders are selected.While you're looking at your cards. That expressionless woman in the dress across from you, showing just enough skin to be distracting, is twelve moves ahead of you thinking of a way to take you for everything you're worth.Her bodyguards and the casino entrance are positioned at the most optimal entrances and exits. Don't worry, they've already thought of a dozen ways to gun you down in case you have a problem with your loss.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Intellect.What do the House's gangers do that makes them stand out? (d10)>>71355586No wonder we're distant rule, everybody's a fucking recluse.
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>71355631>No wonder we're distant rule, everybody's a fucking recluse.I'd like to think that it wasn't always like that. There was a time when gangs were more open. But maybe Stryx made a huge crack down long time ago, made example of some gangs and now whatever left acts with more finesse.
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>71355631I like to think that we play a factor in why they're so reclusive.>"You see that tower boy? The reason why nobody starts shit down here is because we fear that one day, those lords are going to get off their thrones. Come down here. And butcher every last one of our sorry asses.">"And that's why you're gonna to shut up about open warfare and play your damn hand."
>>71355664>>71355675>Armored - Whether they wear mere riveted scrap metal or high-tech bodygloves, members of this House are never caught without protective bodywear.I don't care if you have objections about it boy. You're putting on the body glove, then your throwing on some flak gear, and then you're going to hand me ya damn suit for this fancy smancy synth-weave trenchcoat.No, I don't care if you think the fedora looks stupid. It's traditional gear, and its got a carapace lining on the inside. So if you wanna keep that stupid brain of yours in that dome, keep ya fuckin' hat on.Also, take these shades.Why? Ah nah they don't do anything, they just complete ya look. Kids dese days, no class I tells ya.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Intellect.Quirk: Armored.Who is the House allied with? (I feel like these'd go well with our clowns so let's go to enemies.)Who does the House count as an enemy? (d100)
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>71355722
>>71355664Nobody wants to get caught with their pants down when there are immortal vampiric angels of Wrath that look as if the statues in the temples came to life in charge. One little mistake is all it takes for them to decide not to tolerate your existence anymore.Come to think of it, that's probably why the gangs around here seem to focus on entertainment, everyone needs something to occupy their time when they're not working, and citizens who actually like their conditions aren't likely to protest too much about a twelve hour shift seven days a Terran week where they construct a fuckload of explosives.
>>71355725That's our second boys done, the totally not Mafia.House Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Intellect.Quirk: Armored.House Ally: Unnamed Clowns.House Enemy: Unnamed House.Clown boysHouse Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.House Ally: Unnamed Mafiosos.House Enemies: Two Unknown Houses.Since nobody else has. I put forward the name House Chesire for the clowns. Familia Stalisi for the Mafia.Now we can take a break from the Gang's roll the other two later and roll up some power armor as a Strix relic. Or continue with the underhive houses.d10 for gang.d20 for armor.
Rolled 6 (1d20)>>71355783Let's make some relics.
>>71355792>MKV - Heresy Armour: A set of armour with a cursed backstory, these studded plates are still used by some Chapters.Cheeks are a little chubby, but that's alright.Mk.VWhat battle scars does the Armour have? (d20)
Rolled 5 (1d20)>>71355847Could be worse, at least it functions.
>>71355858>Mark of Those Who Came Before: The insides of the armor is soaked light red with Marine blood.No, no it couldn't be. Could it?Mk.VBattle Scars: Mark of Those Who Came Before.What stories are bound to the armour? (d10)
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71355891
Fuck, you anons are autistic, good job. Careful not to make these dudes too powerful, but they do at least feel like a very "healthy" chapter. Crimson Fists-tier.
>>71355907All things considered, I'm more amazed that the world they're situated on is pretty much running so damn smoothly despite the shit conditions.
>>71355897>Lone Survivor: Owned by the last surviving member of a squad, this armour has seen incredible stress and heartfelt courage.No, no. It is not his, this is not the armor of Fuhor. But its story and that of the one who once wore it share many similarities.Alone, a brother once stood against the dark, last of his squad. But he would not fall in battle against those who claimed his kin. He would live, and fight till his last breath. Succumbing to his wounds later, but his blood forever staining the armor he once took against the great enemies of the chapter.Mk.VBattle Scars: Mark of Those Who Came Before.Armors Stories: Lone Survivor.What mark has the artificers embedded in the armour? (d8)
>>71355939Rolling for the mark.
>>71355961Too late for mark, also it's /dice+1d8 in the options, not name.
Rolled 8 (1d8)>>71355961>>71355939I need more sleep
>>71355970Yeah, noticed just after I posted, blame a fortnight worth of overtime. Was rolling for the artificier's mark.
>>71355973>Mastercrafted: Painstakingly crafted by artisans and the best Techmarines in the Chapter, this armour is the very definition of the might of the Imperium and is so well made, it could have been crafted during the Dark Age of Technology.Above and beyond the Techmarines have gone. They've poured their blood, sweat, and tears into this armor and its intricate designs over the ages.They've done everything in their power to see that the tragic history of this armor is never repeated. It's systems more advanced than any standard mk of armor. The operation is seamless and smooth. It's machine spirit eager and waiting.Mk.VBattle Scars: Mark of Those Who Came Before.Armors Stories: Lone Survivor.Artificers Mark: Mastercrafted.How does the Machine Spirit act? (d10)
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71356004Curiouser and curiouser...
>>71356004>MkV is cobbled together from mostly MkII, III and IV with the occasional rare scrap of VI added in the Scouring>This is rebuilt as mastercraftedSo are we talking about largely MkIV with a beakie helmet, maybe an Errant front neckguard and some bespoke power pack? Sounds like fun.
>Pictured: An Underhive guard in hazard suit with a customised "Quik-Shot" Lasgun.
>>71356011https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFNh3zqMhKY&pbjreload=10>Lead by Example: This Spirit has been shaped into a leader, and its armour is adorned with heraldry that inspires its comrades and strikes fear in the hearts of the enemy. Easily distinguished, this suit yearns to be in the middle of any battle, driving its Battle-brothers to further heroics.(From the Deathwatch one the table is based on) All men need leaders, and all leaders need to be seen and heard to be effective. It is common for the leaders of the Adeptus Astartes to lead from the front, and such warriors have had the honour of bearing this armour into the battle over the centuries. Its vox amplifiers ring like booming thunder, and its brilliant heraldry seems to blaze on the battlefield. Truly a sight to behold, there have been statues erected on a hundred worlds of the brave souls who wore this relic into battle and saw the day through to victory.Mk.VBattle Scars: Mark of Those Who Came Before.Armors Stories: Lone Survivor.Artificers Mark: Mastercrafted.Machine Spirit: Lead by Example.Anyone wanna do another armor or continue with gangs?Also I support that this armor be added to the list of relics and given to members of the Honor Guard and Captains.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71356078It was a nice reprieve from the gangs. Now back into the fray of scum.
>>71356086M39-M40 - The House held power during an era of stagnation and collapse, perhaps taking advantage of fallen rivals.This house rose roughly two to three millennium ago. But the true question is how long its power has lasted.House Founding: M39-M40.How strong is the House? (d10)
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>71356103
>>71356105>Powerful - The House is prominent in the Hive, known and feared for its influence and power.Not bad, not bad. This house is doing well for itself even after all these years and able to outpower Familia Stalisi in most matters.These are some mighty powerful players in the Underhive apparently. Of course, you should bring nothing less against the reclusive House Chesire.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.In what region is the House's power most evident? (d10)
>>71356105Talk about a surging usurper.
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71356122
>>71356134>Influence - It's not what you know, it's who you know. This House knows how to make friends, and can command a good deal of influence throughout the Hive.This possy knows that it's not the grit you got that matters, but the clout. It's about who you know that can pull a couple strings and being friends with the right people. So pray to the god-emperor they don't know friends better than yours.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Who holds positions of power in the House? (d10)
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>71356169This certainly explains why they're able to stick around in such a place.
>>71356232>MatriarchialThe power of tits compel us!
>>71356232>Matriarchial - Whether the menfolk are brain-dead weaklings or a laborer underclass, this House sees them as unambiguously lesser than the women.In this house, it's the women who wear the pants of the household. No men are to be found in a position of power and they act basically as a subservient second class. Just try to avoid calling the men mamma boy's to their faces and you should be good.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).In which industry does the House operate? (d100)
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>71356283wew lad
>>71356293>Textiles and fabricThis makes its bread and butter off of clothing and the materials required to make them.Those drapes? Probably came from these guys. All the clothes on this hab-block? Probably also them.The age of the fashionista is now.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).Industry: Textiles and Fabric.What attitude do the members of the Household? (d10)
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71356327This place is just becoming more and more a potential playground for Slanneshi Cultists.
>>71356337>Spiteful - The people of this House are paranoid, quick to anger, and hold grudges for a long time, trusting not even their own.Like House Chesire and Familia Stalisi would tell you. Any large gathering of women has a tendency to be insane and catty as fuck.The girls in this house are no different. Constant bickering fills their family halls and workshops.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.How does the House appoint its leaders? (d10)
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71356381
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71356381Talk about coo-coo for coco puffs.
>>71356387>Brutality - As with many others, this House's leadership is taken from the biggest bullies, with the strength and wit to muscle their way to the top of the pile.Leadership isn't really chosen, just so much as it happens. The girls of the house spend as bout much time fighting each other as they do their enemies, which is a lot of people considering how easy they are to slight. Plots and intrigue are common among the various shops and fabric farms of the women. Much to the enjoyment of others who enjoy a good catfight.(Diet-Harlequins, Casino Mafiosos, and infighting fashionistas. God-Emperor help this hive.)House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.What do the House's gangers do that makes them stand out? (d10)
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71356453I like that we finally get a matriarchal gang and it is a bunch of catty and vindictive seamstresses.
Writing up some small tidbits on a particular hive so we can get some more stuff fleshed out. Feel free to expand on this, i'm just laying the groundwork so to speak.>Hive ProsekanHive Prosekan is the major hive along the Abida Ridge on Vetus Sanguine's souther hemisphere. It serves as a major network for the Duster Caravans that travel along the roads of the wastes in their sturdy groundcars that go inbetween cities, outposts and other hives all across the Ridge.This influx of traders and travellers overall has caused the hive to thrive of those passing though it, which has resulted in a stagnation for the hive's overall population growth compared to the other Hive Cities on the planet, but in exchange for vast economic growth instead.Does this fit in with the theme of the planet and the chapter? I am just trying to contribute with anything.
>>71356466I feel like we should make the Duster Caravans hovercars unless they're poor civilians. (Remember we've seen Hive Cities with flying cars before in the books. Life is pretty okay in 40k if you don't live in a Hive City or active warzone.)I also feel like we should have two to three hives that seems like a good number.
>>71356460>Trophies - This House is known for taking battle trophies from their foes, be they weapons and wargear or gruesome harvested body parts.See this little broch, right here doll face. I took this one off of one of the quiet little Chesire boys after we got a little rowdy at that last play. I let him go, but not after having a little fun with him of course.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.Quirk: Trophies.Who is the House allied with? (d100)
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>71356545
>>71356559That's another, our yet unnamed house.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names).Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.Quirk: Trophies.House Ally: Unnamed House.House Enemy: House Cheshire, 1 undecided.1d100 for another enemy due to influence.
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>71356581Dayum, talk about being sassy.
We can also roll minor cults and such instead of entire gangs to fill out the hives and underhives>https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Heretical_Cult_Creation_TablesWe don't have to make them all chaos aligned either
>>71356593Looks like it's the Familia. It makes sense they'd go to war with their enemies allies too. I offer the Seamstresses Guild as a possible name.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.Quirk: Trophies.House Ally: Unnamed House.House Enemy: House Cheshire, Familia Stalisi.Familia StalisiHouse Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Intellect.Quirk: Armored.House Ally: House Cheshire.House Enemy: Unnamed Girls club.House ChesireHouse Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Hive: (still need to settle a number of Hives and names)Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.House Ally: Familia Stalisi.House Enemies: Girls club.Damn this Hive's a fucking party.
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>71356666Nice digits. Let's see for this final house founding.
>>71356666>Looks like it's the Familia. It makes sense they'd go to war with their enemies allies too. I offer the Seamstresses Guild as a possible name.Or known by their street name of "Devil Needles".
>>71356702Black Templars and Flesh Tearers in that order.
>>71356681>Mid M41 - This House came to power in the middle of the 41st Millenium. If it was strong enough, the House may well have persisted to the present.Looks like we dealing with a newbie on this block.Founding: Mid M41.How strong is the House? (d10)>>71356702Black Templars. Flesh Tearers.
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71356715Hoping for a high roll.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71356715
>>71356666Honestly, I like the feel of Girls Club, like you have written it. The Stalisi and the Cheshires, they play by the rules. Crazy fucked up rules from time to time, sure, but they have rules. The girls club on the other hand, now that is something you don't want to mess around with. Best not talk about them now though, we still haven't debugged that new suit of yours.
>>71356743>>71356715>>71356733>>71356737Not good, this gang's had a rough history and is in danger of being wiped away. Best hope you're quick on your toes.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.In what region is the House's power most evident? (d10)
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>71356771aaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>71356771
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71356771Neat, a weak gang.
>>71356781>>71356778>>71356788Merge these for whatever they are. So we can say they are spread thin. Or maybe they are remnants of 3 different gangs decided to unite as a last resort.
>>71356795You can also say that they're flying on a wing and a prayer.
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>71356778>>71356781>>71356788>Number, The House commands the loyalty of a high number of followers for its size.They've got boys and gals for days to throw against anyone who wants to try and move in on their turf.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and Reputation.Who holds positions of power in the House? (d10)>>71356795one was diverse so it would've been rolling for two.Also Girls Club loses Stalisi as a major enemy, I forgot reputation was two enemies. Influence is two allies. Rolling for the other ally.House Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.Quirk: Trophies.House Ally: Unnamed House, rolling for now.House Enemy: House Cheshire.
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>71356814
Girls club have an unspecified house as their other ally. Not making it Stalisi cause they got rules and are the allies of the Girls Club's main enemy.
>>71356823>Egalitarian - This House provides opportunity to men and women in equal measure, and their leadership and gangs have a rough balance of gender.Bah, we don't care if your a man or woman like those other pricks. Long as you can hold your own.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.In which industry does the House operate? (d100)
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>71356844This weak gang appears to be the tutorial faction for when the player is introduced to combat.
I mean as far as Hive Worlds go this place is basically Eden or a utopia. But still>Argent Strix marine looking at what's going on from his spire.
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>71356844
>>71356851>Transportaion(within or outside the Hives)Well, folks, I think we found the Duster Caravans main organization.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Transportation.What attitude do the members of the Household? (d10)
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>71356900I like these guys.
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71356900>>71356917>"Get off the fucking road you jackass!"
>>71354738>It'sSomeone scrap the servitor that took dictation.
>>71356917>Choleric - The House's gangs are aggressive, violent, stubborn and self-assured, relying on brute force to achieve their goals.Like any true folk that's got the grit to survive the wastelands and being bombarded by your own cities you've gotta be one tough son o' a bitch. The Dusters got quite the reputation for one too many barfights, making sure to give anyone who tries to skimp payment of their trip fare a little going away gift, and knowing just the right song to pick for the moment.>>71356944>Business sense - Strength is nothing without money, and this House chooses its leaders from those with the greatest aptitude for profiteering from their chosen industry.Of course ya gotta know the right way to make sure you aren't being cheated out of a good deal. The Wastelands are a dangerous place and getting between two places without getting the right price can mean screwing yourself over on a future trip.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Transportation.Attitude: Choleric.Leadership: Business Sense.What do the House's gangers do that makes them stand out? (d10)
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>71356986Now I imagine these guys are a razor gang like Peaky Blinders series. They are certainly more sensible than The Seamstress Guild.
>>71356666I think we've found why the "militia" is the best armed military branch on planet gun.
>>71357032>Armored - Whether they wear mere riveted scrap metal or high-tech bodygloves, members of this House are never caught without protective bodywear.Alright boys, these fossil fuel guzzling idiots are going to come over that ridge, so I want everyone suited up in five with all gun trained on it. Not a damn moment later.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Transportation.Attitude: Choleric.Leadership: Business Sense.Quirks: Armored.House Ally: Girls Club.2d100's for the enemies.
Rolled 88, 90 = 178 (2d100)>>71357083Time to ride the lightning.
>>71357089>Bounty hunters and more fucking Bounty huntersMan they certainly pissed someone off.
>>71357089>Bounty hunters - Perhaps because of a broken contract, the House has the enmity of a group of bounty hunters.>Bounty hunters - Perhaps because of a broken contract, the House has the enmity of a group of bounty hunters.Woah, that is... a lot of bounty hunters.Founding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Transportation.Attitude: Choleric.Leadership: Business Sense.Quirks: Armored.House Ally: Girls Club.House Enemy: Lots of Bounty Hunters.
>>71357136So, what did they do to deserve so many bounty hunters?
>>71357148Probably because the Bounty Hunters didn't pay the cabfare. I know that would grind my gears.
>>71357148Perhaps a standing bounty due to them moving people between the hives without going through the proper checkpoints?
>>71357136Perhaps the bounties being collected are on their goods transported in duster caravans, rather than the House itself?
>>71357148well, they are the only faction in this entire clown car of a planet that operates outside the hives. I suspect most of their recruits have a good reason to leave town.
So this is our gangs of note and what a lot of the recruiting pool looks like down under and the organizations around the services of living that've popped up.House ChesireHouse Founding: Early M41.Power: Legendary.Strength: Equipment.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Entertainment.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Brutality.Quirks: Gaudy.House Ally: Familia Stalisi.House Enemies: Girls Club.Familia StalisiHouse Founding: M36-M39.Power: Significant.Strength: Resources.Power Tendency: Male-aligned.Hive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Gambling.Attitude: Phlegmatic.Leadership: Intellect.Quirk: Armored.House Ally: House Cheshire.House Enemy: Girls club.Girls ClubHouse Founding: M39-M40.Power: Powerful.Strength: Influence.Power Tendency: Matrarchial.Hive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Textiles and Fabric.Attitude: Spiteful.Leadership: Brutality.Quirk: Trophies.House Ally: Duster Caravans.House Enemy: House Cheshire, Familia Stalisi.Duster CaravansFounding: Mid M41.Power: Weak.Strength: Numbers and ReputationPower Tendency: EgalitarianHive: Hive Prosekan.Industry: Transportation.Attitude: Choleric.Leadership: Business Sense.Quirks: Armored.House Ally: Girls Club.House Enemy: Lots of Bounty Hunters.So a clown, a mafioso, fashionista, and cowboy walk into a bar.
>>71357215It's certainly an odd collection of criminals to witness.
Let's go back to chapter relics for a moment.That armor we made earlier needs a name. Maybe something like 'Armor of the Endurant'. Also, we still need to settle what we did with the Demon horn.
>>71357306What about "Redeemer's Shroud" for the Relic Armor's name?As for the Demon Horn, from what I gathered in the last thread and what I could see in this one, we were in agreement for it being either a part of a weapon or used in the major function of one.
>>71357330I feel like Endurant fits better due to the tough history of the armor.But I'm also down for the Horn being wielded as a sword by the Chapter Master.Also a shitty sketch of Malfarum's head pre-horn break. Ain't by any means a drawing, know its shit, just wanted to put the idea for general apperance idea I had when reading it.
>>71357394What kind of weapon can be crafted from such broken horn? Maybe tip of a spear?
>>71357493Could work, feels very Sanguinius.But they could also likely find a way to shape the horn. After all warp materials don't play by our rules.Also pls don't die while I sleep thread.
>>71357394That's understandable. Also I tried my hand at making the armor and wasn't sure which helmet looked good on it. So here's choice one.
>>71357584>>71357394And here's choice two. Chew away if it's not fancy enough. Emprah knows I tend to lean towards more simpler designs.
>>71357493I mean, we could just use it as a horn. Nothing quite matches the resonant sound of a fragment from a demon prince's skull.
OI! CHOMPY BOYS! I HERDZ YOU FINKS YOUZ PLANET IZ THE FASTEST?!WE GON THROW DIS ROCK AT YOU, FINK YOU CAN OUTRUN IT?
>>71357820Ooh, I like the way you think. It's got a certain military pomp to it too. The daemonhorn sounds, and the Chapter on the battlefield gathers into their squads and assumes formation, chain- and power- swords thrumming into life alongside great stormshields.
>>71354500What does this have to do with traditional games?
>>71357600what did you use to create armors like this?
>>71361196Pack it up boys, we've been rumbled. They figured out that rolling characters and settings for tabletop and wargaming isn't traditional games. Well, we had a long run. Been years of rolling various factions, but they had to work it out eventually that this isn't /tg/ in the slightest. Amazing we got away with 40kposting for so long really.
>>71361676when everything is /tg... nothing is
>>71362873woah.... this really made me think
Homebrew is the oldest hobby.
Pretty great chapter I must say, hope there is more to be add!Personally I would have named the House Chesire "The Menagerie", but it also has a ring to it (it's simply the "House" at the front that rolls a bit less nicely on the tongue).I want to know, is there a chapter somewhere in 40K that has a pretty fluid battle strategy? Kinda like Anakin in Star Wars that had the idea to use tanks on asteroids to decimate a battleship, or when he used said tanks to invade the battleship. I like the idea of a group that can adapt to any situation, surpass the odds and be unpredictable... special flavor would be that any soldier is train to lead as a commander (in his own way) and if the leader were to fall another who take his place immediately without problems.
>>71364790Theoretically speaking, that's what the Codex is for. It's a list of tactics and strategies designed to counter everything the Imperium faced during the Great Crusade. There are also counters to the strategies, counters to the counters, and so on.
Rolled 6, 3, 4, 10, 9, 3, 9, 2, 9, 8 = 63 (10d10)>tfw planetwide 2nd amendment planet city with weapons factories everywhere and everyone's strapped, and the militaries are all huge, including the private militaries of any successful businessmen, but the biggest and best-armed military is the planetwide militia of nineteen billion private citizens privately armed and ready for war at a second's notice, and there is a bounty system to deal with any wild west shit and create a thriving bountyhunters' market, and nobody sane dares try to rob anyone else, and there are no gibs, because there is no water, so the unproductive & unworthy die of thirst quickly, and everyone is gainfully employed in the weapons plants, making weapons in the weapons factories, and serving in the military, probably a couple of different militaries, especially the enforcement bureaus for city fifty times the size of earth (Holy Terra), and you also have the largest stockpile and production line of super fuck-huge anti-ship missiles in half the galaxy, and such saturative planetary defenses that the only safe place for a station is anchored in the middle of the far side of the most tidally-locked moon, and all five moons bristle with planetary defense weapons, too, and over a billion more lifetime soldiers in the lunar and orbital habs, because this hive sprawls on without end, lapping up the horizons and into space, twenty, thirty billion souls, all of them doing the munitorium's work, with a hundred million last reported hand-fitting 1911s alone.>ctrl-f 'moon'>1 resultI'd like to roll up the second moon of our gigantic planetary city, where the planetary scrip/currency is backed by the second most precious resource of all -- water -- which is all owned by one or more powerful families of oligarchs -- the Water Barons -- and largely banked off-world on one of the moons.Who would be so kind as the apply these numbers to the appropriate Lunar Planetoid Creation Charts?>these ten d10 rolls apply vetus sanguine moon 2 orVetus Sanguin IVb
>>71364909Yeah, but the Codex do seem to be "restrictive" (in appearance at least), and unless you have a library of Codexes that you frequently adapt, the strategies would be limited or easily learned by enemies of the Imperium no?Should there be a Codex Simulacrum where Space Marines would write down and experiment new strategies, ideas and gears? Somewhere where previous experiences could be noted and tested multiple times to see if it is effective?
This is truly a world which values private armaments; like: everyone has their own weapons, whatever they are, from a tricked out lasrifle to a customized titan -- everyone just enjoys the incredible support mechanisms in place thanks to the administratum & mechanicum working hand-in-hand to feed endless bullets to an army which comes with its own thirty billion rifles from the womb.>>71364934To expound further:>>71353576Type: HiveworldTerrain: WastelandMoons: 5>1 moon known to have water and high-tech planetary defense energy weapons & pop 0.5+ millionPopulation: 14 Billion(Approximate).Society Type: Oligarchy.Economy-Exports: Advanced Weaponry.-Imports: Water.Defenses-Enforcers: Massive/Medium-Militia: Large/High-Standing Army: Large/Medium-Armoured Force: Huge/Medium-Private Armies: Large/Medium-Navy Forces: Huge/Medium-Missile Silos (planet): Large/Medium-Missile Silos (orbital): Medium/Medium-Defense Lasers: Massive/Medium>>71353553Only ONE of the defenses anything other than Medium quality. And several large and above sizes.I don't know what Chapter Serfs the Strix have, but they have a LOT of them. And they're probably called Thralls because these guys have no sense of theming subtlety>/k/ must /k/now about vetus sanguine
>>71365218-Navy Forces: Huge/Medium-Missile Silos (planet): Large/Medium-Missile Silos (orbital): Medium/Medium-Defense Lasers: Massive/Medium-Enforcers: Massive/Medium-Standing Army: Large/Medium-Armoured Force: Huge/Medium-Private Armies: Large/Medium-Militia: Large/High>militia quality high>only force here with quality better than medium is every individual citizen>everyone here is a high quality soldier in their own rightThe entire planet is literally an impossible trap for would-be invaders.
>>71365294An ork's wet dream
>>71365294The Militia is probably the ganger houses more than the average munitorum-worker civilians. That said, attacking the Hive in urban warfare has the issue of attack-clowns, the cyber-mafia and the Women's Institute knitting team.
Competitive Small Units Tactics between the hive's finest gangs (subsidized by the various oligarchs & corporations) is a popular sport on the holovids of the teeming cities of Vetus Sanguine and her five moons. Kindergarten is every young Vetus Sanguinite (or just Sanguinite)'s first introduction to the basics of small unit infantry tactics like covering fire and bounding overwatch as members of discrete but cohesive fireteams. Every Sanguinite carries a sidearm in the form of some sort of handgun, with the venerable pattern 1911 being exceedingly popular. Units training alongside a Codex-compliant Chapter of Ultramarine descendants recruited from this very planet provides every unit the best tactics for their cost-effective municipal (but expensive privately-owned) armaments....and, hey, what if the reason it's so ho & huge is because Vetus Sanguine is a planetary cage around a tiny borderline brown/red dwarf? This would explain the five moons (there are probably dozens of other satellites less than a kilometer across), and this whole thing orbits a small sun close enough for hot weather and 115-day years.Or just hollow wasteland? I'm cool with that, especially if it has giant, sprawling megacities radiating like stars from arcology towers bristling with weapons muzzles & spires, mighty cannon emplacements scattered across a parched & barren surface, a hollow planet with colossal caverns, some of them heavily conurbated with universal air conditioning and central air, patrolled by an entire society of armed bounty hunters, cops & soldiers.Some of the endemic Argent Strix Space Marines serve as Police Commissioners & Chiefs of Special Precincts. These are their stories, and the stories of the Enforcers, Bounty Hunters, Militiamen & Gangers who work with them in the pursuit of justice. Because justice happens quickly, out on the streets. The Imperium doesn't have time to waste on courts here; the gun is the gavel, and (You) are the judge.
>thisBut, clearly, it's also *every* citizen on the planet, every last one of which has at least a rifle or handgun of some sort.
>>71365976..it would explain the name ("Old Blood") as a reference to the hellish red glow coming up from the cracks & gaps in the unimaginably titanic shell of rock & iron encaging the glowing ember of the dying starlet. Vetus Sanguine's bloody glow illuminates the planetward sides of its five moons -- especially he closest -- with a subtle glow the shade of blood. Or, maybe there's volcanic activity....
Rolled 3 (1d100)>>71364934>Who would be so kind as the apply these numbers to the appropriate Lunar Planetoid Creation Charts?There's sadly none that I know of, the last anon was improving with the regular Planetoid Creation Chart.I'm not OP but I'll be down for rolling up this new moon with you. Rolling for planet class.
>>71366320Another Hive World, let's hope this one is slightly better off than the main one.>Tech Value: 36+2d10 (6+3=9) = 45>Low Imperial: The advanced technologies of the Imperium start to be seen, but are not always available. Standard issue and common weapons and armour can be easily found, but rare, expensive or very high tech items are still unavailable most of the time (no items with rare or very rare availability can be found on these worlds).Seems it's not as well off in the tech sector, let's see what else is in store for this moon.>Roll a 1d75 for Moon size
Rolled 40 (1d75)>>71366446hopefully not gigantic, or things are going to get crowded up there
Rolled 10, 3 = 13 (2d10)>>71366812It seems to be a average sized moon thankfully.Gonna roll up the last two d10s since I used >>71364934 's first two
>>71366894>The size of a world (Or in this case a moon )is defined by its equatorial circumference. The smallest planets may have a circumference of only 5,000 kilometres, and the truly massive planets may reach 500,000 kilometres. (To provide a sense of scale, Holy Terra herself has a circumference of 40,000 kilometres).>Average: 10d10 (4+10+9+3+9+2+9+8+10+3= 67)So if my math is correct (it's probably not) this moon is around 67,000 kilometers. But that sounds a little too chunky for a moon in my opinion so I will divide this number by 3 and round down to get the end result of 22,333 kilometers.So it's a big boy moon, maybe not as big as the planet it's orbiting but it should play catch with any Ork Rok that comes it's way.>Roll a 1d100 for Axial Tilt
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>71367018I'd like to contribute!
>>71367081>16-30 Notable (6-15°), Seasonal Variation ± 10°C/50°FA more noticeable change in temperature! It's not as bad as Vetus Sanguine that's for sure. But at least you won't cook to death.>Roll a 1D100 for length of day (No modifers since it's just average sized)Thanks anon, but I will warn you that I am no weather man. I'm just a guardsman reading off charts.
Also if you are still wondering what charts we're using, we're using the ones off of 1d4chan.
Rolled 59 (1d100)>>71367204I return after a well-deserved nap.
Rolled 7, 4, 8, 2, 8 = 29 (5d10)>>71367702Welcome back anon.>Rolled 59, (46-65)>Length of Day: 5d10 hours>Rolling the hoursI'm also rolling some things for the sake of brevity.
>>71367757>>71367702>29 Hour daysWell the days are longer, the nights are stronger than moonshine.I'm skipping length of year and satellites because it's a moon. >Roll 1d100 for Gravity. And 1d100 for Atmosphere.
>>71367802I like the Owl in the Ultramarine symbol, it's quite tasteful. I can also see an Owl's head in the Ultramarine symbol like it's a yoke around it's neck.
>>71367802I think the symbology of Molech fits extremely well with both the Owl motiff and the flesh/blood eating.
>>71367802Very Nice, I also had my own idea for one that I tried to bash together.
Rolled 48, 59 = 107 (2d100)>>71367801
>>71367841>I can also see an Owl's head in the Ultramarine symbol like it's a yoke around it's neck.Probably on some of the more elaborate banners and coats of arms, with the other two posted as shoulder or company emblems
>>71368066I can dig it.>>71368060>Gravity: (Rolled 48) Normal Gravity for the most part thankfully.>Atmosphere: (Rolled 59) It's Bearable but you shouldn't go for too long with a Void Mask.Well that's a minor hitch but Humanity has survived worse.>Roll a d100 for Hydrosphere, and another d100 for Temperature Let's hope this moon is more forgiving than we are led to believe.
Rolled 26, 18 = 44 (2d100)>>71368194
>>71368194Should be happy there even is an atmosphere on this moon! Damned menials, always wanting void masks and rations.. be easier if they just did as instructed, and filled out the forms and sub-forms correctly the first time..
>>71368274>Hydrosphere: (Rolled 26) Arid: This world is mostly dry, having large desert landmasses, infrequent rainfall, and a peppering of oases. There is also usually a substantial water table underground which can have wells dug into it. There will be some small seas and oceans.Well at least it's a step up from the home world. You have your own (if extremely minor) supply of water!>Temperature: (Rolled 18) Chilly (-100°C to -41°C/-148°F to -42°F) Cold, but not uninhabitable. Sealed buildings are still a good idea, but smaller heating systems should work just fine. Going outside requires exceptionally warm clothing but this planet is still likely to be inhabited in numbers larger than a few outposts. If unprotected, you'll last a number of rounds equal to your toughness bonus, after which you gain +1 fatigue until unconscious. Death follows in one round.Welcome to Antarctica III: The Revenge of Antarctica. Hope you brought a spare flamer to defrost your car with.>Roll 6d100 for number of Terrains, the first d100 will be for the number of terrains and the last five will be for it's respective terrain types
Rolled 9, 22, 50, 81, 66, 17 = 245 (6d100)>>71368417Let's see those terrains!
Would it be the right flavour of metal to imagine the moons collect their water and fire it towards the planet in giant icy spears to be mined by the main populace, with dust gangs hoping to stumble on a wayward splinter?
>>71368437It's just hills. The entire fucking planet is hills. Hope you're a good walker, you're going to be using a FUCKTON of stairs.
>>71368453It's a little roundabout but I could see it working. Kind of stupid, kind of cool. It'd also give life a chance to pop up by feeding on the spears. But it'd also just make more sense to ship the ice/water.But then again we were also putting forward last time that the Hives have some artifical way to chemically produce water.
>>71368437>Number of Terrains: (Rolled 9) 1They say hope is the first step on the road to disappointment but then Tzeentch likes to add to that disappointment with tossing a warp strawberry pie in our face. >Terrain Types: HillsThe HIILLS ARE ALIVE! With the sound of CLACKING TEEEEEEEETH!Now to the fun part>Roll 1d100+40 for Population>>71368500It's also known as the thighmaster planet.
>>71368437Correction it's.Savannah, Hills, Broken Rock, Ravines, Barren, Broken Forest.
Rolled 60 + 40 (1d100 + 40)>>71368549
>>71368567>Population Roll: (Rolled 100) 1d10 BillionWew we're in the billions.>Roll dat'there 1d10!
>>71368517Why bother piloting it down when you can just slap an engine to it with an autoservitor pilot and send it towards the planet for disassembly on-site? So long as it slows it's own deceleration, it's only a moderate impact on the wasteland. You don't even need to make it fast, just so long as it's consistent and another one lands as the last one is being finished off. Resulting in hundreds of glittering icy shards between planet and moon that follow the planetary physics in a way that looks really interesting in an astrophysics model as they one by one impact the planet to slake it's thirst.
>>71368549>It's also known as the thighmaster planet.>tfw no ice-crushing-thighs water-miner gf
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71368591Sooo, how many?
>>71368675>Around 8 billion souls live on this moonThe miracle of Hive cities, to shove an entire population of earth and then some into a smaller area like a clown car from hell.>Roll either 1d100 for Society Type or 2d10 for Import/Export.
Rolled 4, 6 = 10 (2d10)>>71368716I'll do the import/export!
>>71368716It's cold on the surface. They live unnerground, clearly.There are definitely NO Squats in the underground underhive. Discussing these non-existence Squats is forbidden by Imperial Edict. >>71368726Import... lumber? Might want to reroll that one?
Rolled 83 (1d100)>>71368716SOCIETY!
>>71368751I'll let you do it, I feel I made the situation worse since I got here
>>71367934I like it
>>71368726>>71368751>>71368796Well I don't mind if you do reroll, but the idea of cold as fuck colonists needing flammable materiels makes a form of sense to me.>>71368622That's quitter talk and you know it anon!>>71368755>Society Type (Rolled 83) Religious (Machine God)Seems that the techpriests like the moons more than the planet.
Rolled 3, 3 = 6 (2d10)>>71368814I'll reroll just to see what's the alternate option... your call to decide what we keep (or both)
>>71368814Fuel, I'd get. Lumber.. less so. Unless one of the other moons is forested, in which case it'd basically be fuel imports. Could even stretch the definition as charcoal then. >>71368814Gotta have a presence to watch the missiles and make sure their machine spirits don't have a temper tantrum, but also having to deal with all those organics and their Emperor-as-human worship is grating.A nearby planet that deals with vehicles is a much nicer place to actually live. Planet is just a short commute away. Yes I am suggesting the moon is basically an AdMech suburb of the planet-city. What kind of vehicles are they importing? Could it be a ship drydock to go with the Armory World? After all, there's only so many mining drills you need to import before you have enough.
At some point you guys will put the planetary information on the wiki page, yeah? I'm super interested in the planet as much as I am the Strix themselves, because god damn this is a lively and rich and shitty place.
>>71368963Page maker here.Yeah. Just trying to finish something up first.
>>71368849>Buy and Sell MineralsSell iron and buy Gold.>>71368849>>71368881Alright for a more saner option I'll make this call.>Import Minerals>Export VehiclesIt's basically a mini forge world for whatever vehicles the main planet doesn't make. But in the meantime onto Adepta Presence.>Roll 4d10 for Administratum>Roll 3d10 for Arbites>Roll 3d10 for Astra Telepathica>Roll 1d10 for Astronomica>Roll 2d10 for Mechanicus>Roll 3d10 for Ministorum>Roll 3d10 for Inquisition
Rolled 7, 3, 1 = 11 (3d10)>>71369007Arbites.
>>71369007I'll go out on a limb that wood is a status symbol on this cold rock that deals in metal, metal, and spaceship metal. Even the machine cultists try to get wooden grips and panelling rather than plastic or metal. So, luxury imports rather than buying in tons of lumber for mineshaft props in space.
Rolled 2, 6, 2 = 10 (3d10)>>71369007Inquisition!
>>71369102>>71369087Rolled 11: Arbites have a Small Presence on the moonRolled 10: Inquisition have a Small Presence on the moonThankfully it's quiet enough to not warrant more of a overbearing presence.>>71369090Alrighty, I can work with that.
Rolled 10, 8, 1 = 19 (3d10)>>71369007Let me see those psykers at the Astra Telepathica!
>>71369168>Rolled 19: The Astra Telepathica have a Significant Presence on this moonLooks like they love the cold more than the heat.
Rolled 7, 6, 8, 3 = 24 (4d10)I still love the name Koschei IV from last thread. So, bringing that back with the star being called Koschei.Vetus Sanguine, the World rather than the Hive (it's hard to tell the difference at this point) is thus the fourth planet from the star. Nobody calls it Koschei IV of course, like how nobody calls Terra "Sol III". Even techpriests think that's nerdy. The only people who do are doing astronavigation and want to specify the planet and not one of the moons as a destination. >>71369007Rolling Administratum
>>71369194Makes a certain amount of sense. Even if everything explodes and goes daemonette tits-up, the main world can just explode the moon in a worst case scenario.
>>71369198>Rolled 24: The Administratum have a Major Presence on this moonGotta follow that paperwork.
Put together some Deathwatch crunch, let me know what you think.>Characteristic Modifiers+5 Willpower, +5 Weapon Skill.>DemeanorUnending Hunger(Use as Blood Angels Red Thirst).>Solo Mode AbilitiesCarnage(See Carcharodons in Honour the Chapter).>Squad Attack PatternsStorm of Hell(Rites of Battle).>Squad Defense PatternsOnly in Death...(Rites of Battle).>Chapter Advance TableAdvance|Cost|Type|PrerequisitesAcrobatics|200|Skill|N/AAcrobatics +10|600|Skill|AcrobaticsAcrobatics +20|600|Skill|Acrobatics +10Scourge of Heretics|500|Talent|N/ABattle Rage|400|Talent|N/ABeserk Charge|600|Talent|N/AFlesh Render|500|Talent|N/AFurious Assault|600|Talent|WS 35Frenzy|400|Talent|N/AMental Rage|800|Talent|FrenzyOrthoproxy|500|Talent|N/AHatred(Heretics)|500|Talent|N/AHatred(Daemons)|500|Talent|N/ASlayer of Demons|1,000|Talent|N/A
>>71369233"Do you have requisition form 38272-3 Theta?">"...no? I was told I needed 23d21-3 Alpha.""That's for resupplies of *up to* 199 Stormcrack missiles. You will need to start the requisition process again. With the correct form. Next please.">"But this has already taken eight months!""Please move for the next person, or security will escort you out. Next please." It's hard to avoid the Administratum, wherever you go. Still, what did you expect from a world ruled by Sons of Guilliman?
Rolled 4, 10 = 14 (2d10)>>71369007How high are we on the toaster count?
>>71369295From the Roll it says it's a Moderate presence, but I'll allow a extra roll of a 1d6 to push that up a bit due to the Religion of the moon.
>>71369241Xenos>I sleepChaos>REAL SHIT? Deathwatch is still a great honour, and everyone enjoys ripping orks apart. But it's when the Ordo Malleus are seeking aid that the most heated competition to fill slots is found, as that's near-guarantees a fight against the neverborn. Perhaps even leaving your name as a Dark Valedictor, even if that's something of a bittersweet honour.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71369007Astronomica, because who doesn't love those creepy abhuman psykers? Oh that's right, a lot of people.
>>71369324>Rolled 3: The Astronomica have Zero>Fucking>Presence>On this moonLooks like this moon is even more hooked to it's planet like a child is connected to it's mother in the womb.
>>71369324Wait whoops, thinking of Navigators. Was thinking of the Astronomicon and my mind instantly went there. I should have been thinking more of Astropaths.
Rolled 2 (1d6)>>71369313Let's see
>>71369372>Rolled 14(Extra roll of d6 due to Religion)+2= 16: The Mechanicus have a Notable Presence on this moon.That 2 nudged it over.
Rolled 7, 2, 8 = 17 (3d10)>>71369007Last but not least Ministorum!
>>71369422>Rolled 17: The Ministorum also have a Notable Presence on the moonAnd that should be it for the presences. I'll post the stat sheet soon.
>>71369388>>71369422A big player, and the Machine Cult is over most of the moon, but it's still more of a Munitorum resupply dock and mining colony than a mini Forge World. A curious blend of Imperial and Machine Cult followers, with the latter being the de facto rulers given the industrial nature of the Hive. Though they have to move diplomatically at times, the Imperial Cult still holds power and followers here, though not as involved in the politics.. You can get refuelled, patched up, rearmed here. All very necessary things for a ship, but if you want a proper repair job you'd best head over to the nearest Forge.
Moon Name: Vetus sanguine moon 2 (or Vetus Sanguin IVb)Class: Hive WorldTech Level: Low ImperialAdepta Presence-Adeptus Arbites: The Arbites have a Small Presence on the moonAdeptus Astra Telepathica: The Astra Telepathica have a Significant Presence on this moonAdeptus Astronimica: The Adeptus Astronimica have NO PRESENCE on the moonAdeptus Mechanicus: The Adeptus Mechanicus have a Notable Presence on this moonAdministratum: The Administratum have a Major Presence on this moonAdeptus Ministorum: The Adeptus Ministorum have a Notable Presence on this moonInquisition: The Inquisition have a Small Presence on the moonSize: 22,333 KilometersAxial Tilt: 16-30 Notable (6-15°), Seasonal Variation ± 10°C/50°FLength of Day: 29 HoursGravity: Normal Gravity for the most part thankfully.Atmosphere: It's Bearable but you shouldn't go for too long with a Void Mask outside the Hive.Hydrosphere: Arid: This world is mostly dry, having large desert landmasses, infrequent rainfall, and a peppering of oases. There is also usually a substantial water table underground which can have wells dug into it. There will be some small seas and oceans.Temperature: Chilly (-100°C to -41°C/-148°F to -42°F) Cold, but not uninhabitable. Sealed buildings are still a good idea, but smaller heating systems should work just fine. Going outside requires exceptionally warm clothing but this planet is still likely to be inhabited in numbers larger than a few outposts. If unprotected, you'll last a number of rounds equal to your toughness bonus, after which you gain +1 fatigue until unconscious. Death follows in one round.Terrain: HillyPopulation: 8 BillionSociety: Religious (Machine God)Economy-Exports: VehiclesImports: Minerals(Common)/Lumber(Luxury) 80%/20%And here it is, A cold ass rock in the middle of space that is a car factory. Could be worse, could be outside sweating in the sun.But regardless, I hereby bequeath this moon into your hands Chapter Master.
>>71368963Can you put the first moon that was rolled up in the previous thread as well?
At least one of these moons better be blood red.
>>71369511>A cold ass rock in the middle of space that is a car factoryNow we know where the Duster Caravans get their modes of transportation
>>71369511>It crams the message I wanted to leave for my fellow anons right next to the crunch about the moonAnd with that I should actually either sleep or eat. Thanks for reading this blogpost.
Who’s up for rolling up some native flora/fauna?
>>71369579I sure am!
>>71369584https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Creature_Feature_Creation_Table_for_/tgCreature environment or World? (d100)
I'll go to sleep too. I hope the thread keeps on living! If we go to part 3, It would be neat to have some fan stories...
>>71369610We know that anon. Lava/magma/dessert aka Wasteland
>>71369645Alright then>What is the creature's food habits? (d10)
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>71369648
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71369648
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>71369648Rollan
>>71369654>>71369732>>71369751Assuming 71= about 7, it's a carnivore that will scavenge carrion if it's available, and isn't above killing either for sport or to cache it for later. At least that's my take on 7 3 9
>>71369760Sounds cool to me, and it makes sense.
>>71369760Sounds good to me
>>71369760I'm cool with that, also working on planet/star page.
>>71369760What’s next thing to roll?
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71369789>inb4 we get parasitic
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71369789YEE HAW
>>71369796>Clavessa Secundus flashback.png
>>71369778>>71369796>>71369798Hmm.. how curious, it's taking a while for the cogitator to load the rest of the information. Guess I'll do it myself. Let me see here.. stack ninety-four thousand.. two hundred.. here we are! Fauna of the Koschei system. You can always trust paper and parchment, even when the dataslate's spirit is tempermental!Now.. hmm.. yes, Reproductive habits.. oh my, that's not something I'd like to see before mealtime. In part parasitic, part standard autogamy. The illustration is disturbingly detailed. You may peruse the section if you wish, but I'd rather move on.. Main Sense is next.. hmm...>1d10
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71369821
>>71369826>HearingAn exceptional sense of hearing. Though that might be its downfall.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.What major faction has had to deal most with the species? (d100)
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>71369854
Rolled 79 (1d100)>>71369854
>>71369860>Imperial Guard, PDF, or some kind of human resistanceTypically it's the PDF and Militias of Vetus that are forced to come into contact with the damn creature.What role (generally) does (or did) the species as a whole play? (d100)>>71369861>Dangerous - "Threatening, either through its skill or the sheer amount of them on a world. No one tries to tame or hunt them."The damn things are a pain in the fucking ass is what they are.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Personal Creature's Exemplary Action (d10)
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>71369899Sounds like we got an animal that's good training for our Strix.
Aw, I wanted the interpretation that the Eldar had encountered these animals before, we haven't gotten any non-Imperial stuff going on yet.
>>71369916>Taken down and possibly eaten scores of human hunters, guardsman, PDF, or neophytes. A terror on the galaxy's most widespread species.The PDF and Dust Caravans are no stranger to this creature. It's taken down scores of them in the past. But they've given as good as they've got. The tales of being able to see a Dust Caravan form a 'wagon circle' and hold off a horde of them till sunrise sure is something.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Roll (d6) size
>>71369916Somewhat good training anyway. The PDF and gangers gain more from hunting it than the Astartes.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>71369961Give us the big boys now.
>>71369972>Medium The creatures are around human size or at least from about the size of a large dog to that of an Astartes. Not at all a threat to be taken lightly, even on their own. Nothing quite like your pal getting lifted up by a 6ft parasite.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion d10
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71370004Rooted get!
>>71370057>Quadruped (Beasts)This creature moves on at least four limbs like the ancient creatures of terra, crossing the land in bounding burst of speed.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion: Quadruped.Skin/Surface type (d12)
Rolled 10 (1d12)>>71370088Rolling.
>>71370097>Smooth/Slimey - "Characterized by a skin that is mostly smooth, often slimy, to the touch. Found sometimes in Amphibians."In order to protect itself against the harsh heat of the surface, these beasts constantly secrete a slimy lubricant to retain their moisture and make them harder to catch. Quite useful for getting into places they shouldn't be and avoiding capture while young.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion: Quadruped.Skin: Slimy.10d3 for attributes.
Rolled 2, 2, 2, 3, 1 = 10 (5d3)>>71370122I'll roll for half.
Rolled 3, 1, 1, 2, 2 = 9 (5d3)>>71370122Guess I'll roll the other.. half? >>71370135Armored!
>>71370135>Armoured: 5+ armour saveStill need the last five.
>>71370142Sorry, did I say armored? I meant HEAVILY armored.This thing rolled armored, then the heavy armor that overwrites normal armor. It's sole trait is armor, and more armor.
>>71370152...fuck I need sleep, I miscounted. Ignore this.
>>71370152It does explain why it's a pain to kill.
>>71370135>Armoured: 5+ armour save>Heavily Armoured: 4+ armour save; if you get this and Armoured, remove Armoured.Underneath that slime is a heavily armored and tough body with inbuilt redundancy organs with added protection to ensure survival. On the tabletop this would mean it has a 4+ armor save. The people of Vetus are very lucky to be packing serious heat.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion: Quadruped.Skin: Slimy.Attributes: Heavily Armored.Number of Abilities the Creature has?(d10)
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>71370178
>>71370165I miscounted too.>Armoured: 5+ armour save>Predator: +1 WS
Rolled 25, 34 = 59 (2d35)>>71370178>Keep rolling for abilities until you hit an ability that would put you over your creature size's allotted point limit.Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion: Quadruped.Skin: Slimy.Attributes: Armored, Predator.Start rolling d35s
>>71370187The "Weak" one got me, I counted up from the bottom and added one and that messed me up. Why not have that at slot 11 instead of the middle of the table? Makes no sense to my feeble smooth non-wargaming brain.
Rolled 32 (1d35)>>71370197Got it boss.
>Plague Ridden>Stun11 points down, 14 to go.>>71370204>Flora Only
Rolled 20, 3 = 23 (2d35)>>71370208Throwing a couple more into the creature
Rolled 7, 2 = 9 (2d35)>>71370208RIP me.
Rolled 9, 32, 22, 2, 9, 4, 8, 28, 32, 21 = 167 (10d35)>Burrowing >Plague Ridden>Stun>Lure >Defensive Maneuver22
>>71370223>dodge*distant Namekian screaming*
>>71370223Dietary Habits: Scavenger and Opportunistic Carnivore, Kills for Fun.Reproduction: Parasitic with Vestigial Autogamy methods.Main Sense: Hearing.Main Contact: PDF.Role: Dangerous.Actions of Note: Devoured a ton of Humans.Size: Medium.Locomotion: Quadruped.Skin: Slimy.Attributes: Armored, Predator.Abilities: Burrowing, Plague Ridden, Stun, Lure, Defensive Maneuver, CamouflageWell, looks like Vetus waste are inhabited by some slimy dog-like parasite that acts as a Scavenger that likes to kill for fun and then spawn its young in the leftovers. While acting as an ambush predator that can burrow and camouflage with an armored body that's tough to hit.Just like that this world got much less appealing.>>71370256Doge would go over medium creature point limit.
>>71370268I don't know, it's still more appealing to live on than Catachan.
>>71370283At least the Hives are still utopia as far as Hives go.
>>71370268There's a REASON we treat everything outside the walls as a rocketry testing range. >>71370291Well, above average anyway. Ultramar Standard.
What about xenos races? Do the Strix encounter Eldar, Orks, Tyranids, or Tau?
Gonna archive this thread, work on a page for the system so we can keep track of the agreed-upon stuff, and then make a new one once we reach pg.8.
>>71370405I imagine we likely have some Orks in the system if Roks are getting thrown at us, possibly even on the moons from the ones that hit.
>>71370418Was kind of shitposting with the rokk aiming and missing the entire planet in the last thread, but sounds legit. We've got unstatted moons too, and an Ork Kreation Tabul.. wanna roll dem dice?
ROIGHT then! Dis 'ere is us figurin' out what kinda orks we are, an' writin' it down so dere's no forgettin'! Again! If you can't read, grab sum other git wot can, an' get dem to read it when we's done! Let's start! Er.. we is a propa orky klan, roight? We's could be freeboota... tuff choice. >1d10
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>71370458Next thread, don't wanna get interrupted mid creation. For now, let's maybe try solidifying some stuff.Like what did we do with the Horn? I like the idea it was hollowed out into a battlehorn to blow before each battle, and maybe the part that was hollowed out used to replace Fuhor's drill for the CM.Also maybe what's the name/title of the heads of each of the Houses.Like House Chesire: Master Writ.Familia: Don>>71370486...ok I guess. Lets hope we can do this before page 8.
>>71370494Freeboota? ...nah! We's a PROPA Orky Klan! Gunna get a flag an' dat all painted up, get all da boyz lookin' mean, green an'.. an'.. er, what kind of paint we even got? Someone open up dem kans an' look in dere! An' don't worry 'bout da rokk about ta hit da moon and blow up! We's gonna write dis down roight kwick! Prob'ly. >Pick a color ya git! (d100)
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>71370511Hope it's blue.
>>71370521Would ya look at dat! Lots of red paint! We's gonna be da FASTEST Orks around! Maybe if we'd painted da rokk before dis, it would 'ave hit da planet in the first place! Why didn't you gits tell me we 'ad all dis red just sittin' 'ere? Get ta work putting it on da rokk! Roight.. now, you'se all remember why we's on dis rokk, roight? Well.. it all started wiff da Old Boss. You gots to know who HE is, ROIGHT?! >We gots an Ork wots lejundery. 'Oo was 'e again? (d10)>Ork Klan>Red (da fastest)
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>71370537I'z sez stop bein a git an git back to foightin!
Told yew lot we's fast enuff ta get dis done before goin' splat on dat moon! Red really 'elpin' there too.. >>71370562Okay, ya remembered dat at least! Okay, e' wasn't a propa ork boy.. but 'e wus still a Boss, 'e wus! An' don't tell me ta stop bein' a git, you git! Dis is ork kultur! We's wanna be yellin' from da same WAAAGH!!-sheet.. ya grot! You fink you know betta do yew? Dan me? About Kultur? Den tell me... Who's da best? Gork? Or Mork? Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>71370589
>>71370598Ha! Dat's roight! Mork! Bein' kunningly brutal only works so far, den you'se got to be brutally kunnin'! Got ta be klever as well as everyfing else! Okay.. so mebbe you'se know a bit about kultur.. den youse can be tellin' all da boyz here, what dat not-kwite-orky Boss did dat made us all loike 'im? You'se be rememberin' dat without us writin' it down too den?Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)Favored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>71370629Rollinag
>>71370629Dice, which one.
>>71370629>Aw'roight, now what'd 'e do? (d100)
Rolled 50 (1d100)>>71370640
>>71370643Dat git.. dat zoggin' amazin' git.. e' krumped LOADS of da spiky 'umies. Not just a few, not a lot, but a WHOLE ZOGGIN' LOAD of 'em! An' they're a tuff scrap dey are! Gots weirdboy gubbins and good dakka. Smell weird too, but a bloody good foight! An' remember, e' weren't even an orkboy! Still krumped 'em good! Good toimes.. good foights.. ...'ere, 'ow many of us is dere in dis rokk? We's ready ta lead a WAAGH or just some gits? >'ow many boyz we got left? (d10) Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>71370666Now 'dis i'z goin wrought smoothy.
>>71370672...dats.. a lot of boyz back dere. No wonder dis place smells of squig an' droppin's.. been finkin' bout Mork back 'ere. And Gork too, o'course. So much Yellin' oi forgot to meet da rest of da boyz. But we's ready ta lead a WAAAGH an' foight just 'bout anyone wif' dat many orks! Well, if dey're propa good in a scrap. 'ow you reckon dey are? Ded killy, or just a bunch of grots? 'cause it don't matter if you'se got more grots than the bugs got.. bugs, if dey're just grots! Ya need Boyz! Nobs! An' da biggest warboss in da sektor! Do we got dat?>'ow big are da boyz boss? (d10) Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)Warband SizeWe gots more boyz dan you can toss a herd o' Squigs at! An' trust me, I tried
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>71370698
...'ere, dat moon gettin' roight close... dat's troublin'.. >>71370761Dat's good, dey're propa orkboyz! No pansy grots 'ere, 'cept da aktual grots. But dey's grots.Dis is a bloody good Klan! Good redboyz, a rokk, and a ZOGGIN' LOT of 'em! Dis is all gettin' written down, soon as oi find sumfing ta wroight wif. Shame dey aren't bigger, but dey can grow. 'ere, but don't forget da Boss said not ta krump ev'ryone! We's kunnin', we's got Taktiks! An' Strat.. er.. gee? An' dat means allies! So's we can krump dem when they's all tired! You boyz know who dey are, you're good boyz loike dat. Kunnin' an' Kultur'd! >See dem gits ova dere? Deyz off limits until I sez so. Got it?! (d100) Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)Warband Size>We gots more boyz dan you can toss a herd o' Squigs at! An' trust me, I triedAverage Size>'Are boys are da roight and proppa size boss!
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>71370811
>>71370839Da pansyboys! You kn- no not da blue boys, yes dey's pansies bu- no not da POINTY pansyboys, I- fer Mork's sake... da EL-DAR, ya daft gits! Pointy gubbins! But no spoikeybits! Killa-Kans made of weird teef, dem ones! Youse know what.. maybe da boss isn't waitin' till they's all tired an' dat.. maybe it's so dere's just us left ta have a propa foight after all da little ones are done. He's a kunnin' wun 'e is! Or maybe it's just becos they're pansyboyz an' we's got better foights. Da boss is too kunnin' fer a Yeller loik me ta know, but dere's a reason fer it, dat's fer sure!'ere, anyone know if dere's anyone down dere but 'umies? Oi want ta know if dere's going ta be a zoggin' good foight or just a bloody good wun.>See dem gits ova dere? Krump 'em. (d100) Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)Warband Size>We gots more boyz dan you can toss a herd o' Squigs at! An' trust me, I triedAverage Size>'Are boys are da roight and proppa size boss!"Ally">Da pointy-hed pansyboyz
>>71370898Well Boss. I thinkz it 'lear whyz we 'ear. Tah krump dez 'umies and loot dey gubbins.
>>71370934Dat's good! Da last world 'ad skullyboyz dat stopped us 'aving a propa foight. Dey gets back up after bein' ded! Dat ain't right.Just a lot of 'umies on a world covered in rokkits?.. B-ootiful. What more can an ork ask for? Well, plenty of fings. Teef, a new shoota.. shoiny choppa.. kan of squig beer.. but it's a zoggin' good start! Now, we's talkin taktiks! What does da boss gots to work wif? Any good oddboyz? Youse got da best Yeller in da sektor fer sure! An' dat's me, but what else we gots?>We got lotsa boyz in our klan, but wot've we got more of dan otha klans? (d10) Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)Warband Size>We gots more boyz dan you can toss a herd o' Squigs at! An' trust me, I triedAverage Size>'Are boys are da roight and proppa size boss!"Ally">Da pointy-hed pansyboyzEnemy (Well, More So Than Usual)>Dem 'Umies
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>71370969
>>71370974Now DAT'S a lot of shootas! Great ta see so many boyz wif shootas. Who needs oddboyz when you'se got dat much dakka? We's doin' Mork an' Gork proud! Speakin' o' dakka.. is da speshul loot all shoined up nice fer da cras- oi mean.. landin'? Da boss loikes da speshul loot all good an' orky fer toimes loik this. Dem 'umies WILL know what hit dem! 'cause we'll be big an' green an' yellin' an dat. >Wot's da biggest, most aweshum thing we've eva' looted? (d100)Type of Warband>Ork KlanWarband Colors>Colour: Red (da fastest)Legendary Ork>Legendary Figure: Grot or other non-Ork ('E wozn't an Ork, but dat little git was roight fiesty)>Krumped loads o' spiky 'umiesFavored God>Mork (More cunning but still brutal)Warband Size>We gots more boyz dan you can toss a herd o' Squigs at! An' trust me, I triedAverage Size>'Are boys are da roight and proppa size boss!"Ally">Da pointy-hed pansyboyzEnemy (Well, More So Than Usual)>Dem 'UmiesSpecial Boyz>Shoota Boyz This really is the system of mass warfare and quantity over quality.
New thread is up.>>71371020>>71371020>>71371020>>71371007I recommend continuing this there.
We's only got da loot to go! Fine den, ya git.
>>71371031HOW LONG IT"Z TAKE A GIT TO GIT OFF 'IZ KESTER AND MOVE IT. DON"T MAKE ME GET DA BOSS!