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    174 KB Tiji System Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)13:58 No.4811028  
    Alright since none of you posted over the weekend I ofcoarse will make work of it before it is lost forever, lets continue with our litle system I hope many of you of the previous threads are here to contribute and archived enough to continue.

    The space marine chapter "Deep ones" we previously discussed it's initiation rite's where neophytes go scuba diving in power armour for a weak fighting sentient limbed sharkmen, and also the mobile fortress on Kratos.

    /tg/ Lets rock.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:00 No.4811048
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    Now there son, it's only mostly horendous.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:02 No.4811071

    Did you see yesterday's thread? It died before finishing. We decided that the Deep Ones worshiped Khorne, thinking he was the 'Great Shark'.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:02 No.4811078
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    I find your system interesting.

    I find your Deep One space marine chapter a bastardization of Lovecraft.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:03 No.4811085

    That was he point; originally, the Deep Ones were based on Xomula, which had Lovecraft themes.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:05 No.4811107
    I think you mean the sharks.
    Shark-men? Can we keep them as sentient Khorne worshiping Sharks?

    Also there were a few planets in the last thread. Anyone got them so we can add them to the System.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:07 No.4811130

    No; we decided the Deep Ones worshiped Khorne, thinking he was the 'Great Shark.' They used blood like the Khorne worshipers do, but don't keep the skull; they already have the Shark's jaw.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:08 No.4811139
    Wait - map editor here.
    I didn't see the thread.
    Can you explain what the fuck happened?
    Khorne-worshipping? Like, do they actually, seriously worship Khorne?
    Mobile fortresses on Kratos?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:09 No.4811149
    There should be a paradise world some where in there
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:12 No.4811162

    They don't know they're worshiping Khorne; they call him the Great Shark, as I've said several times.

    Krato's terrain is too treacherous for a normal fortress, so they made it a submarine.

    We also decided to name the Chapter Master Dagon, and the Head Librarian Hydra.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:12 No.4811164
    Primary paradise world is New Prospero.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:13 No.4811176
    ... Seriously, a Chapter like that is at the most, a century away from being crushed by the Inquisition.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:13 No.4811179

    I do not aprove of this unsaved thread of yesterday.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:14 No.4811187

    There are; New Prospero is an awesome Pleasure World; Taedium is Developing World that would also make a great Pleasure World.


    The Inquisition think the 'Great Shark' is the Chapter's name for the Emprah.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:15 No.4811203
    As I remember it from last week some ideas were passed around that the SHARKS ON AQUAPHOBIA worshipped khorne but this was never fully established, I favour the idea that they are merely vicous as hell and sentient.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:17 No.4811226

    They'd just call him the emprah only first founding chapters get to have thier patron saint primarch as deviation, screw this cultist bullshit up in this chapter.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:19 No.4811239
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    Why is rubric the only one able to cite this mysterious thread of yesterday?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:19 No.4811241
    The Inquisition isn't that stupid.
    They'd see the blood rituals and go "'ello 'ello" and quickly go into investigative mode.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:20 No.4811247
    We've got plenty of Pleasure Worlds. New Prospero, Iniega, Hetopia (well, it's TECHNICALLY a pleasure world)
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:21 No.4811261

    It was only me and two other Anons.


    Well, I didn't make it up, and it kinda seemed like a good idea. Idea cast aside.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:23 No.4811275
    That was a joke made up by a couple of Administratum yuppies.
    Who now live there.

    Also, here's a link to the current Tiji sectors.

    Warning, they all lack descriptions except for the first two, which were sent to me in extreme detail by someone else.

    Also, only ten downloads allowed.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:23 No.4811282

    Here's the link
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:24 No.4811285
    What about a asteroid belt or large group of space hulks ?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:26 No.4811310

    I love it lets place some astroids and hulk clusters.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:27 No.4811311
    We use a planet generator.

    But, asteroid sounds good, if ever get a planet with an insane number of moons.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:27 No.4811320
    Planet and shark guy. I actually meant that the SHARKS worshiped Khorne. The sentient sharks. 'Cause Sharks and blood.

    Also I have the planets I made somewhere. I'll paste them.
    I was there for the beginning. But then I went, and when I came back it was gone and not archived.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:29 No.4811338

    It died too fast for it to be archived; I bumped, but nobody wanted to post.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:29 No.4811339

    And than anonymous walked in and said, IT SURE IS EUROPEAN UNION IN HERE.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:33 No.4811370
    Located. This planet was decided to be used to test if a Deep One is worthy of promotion. Can't remember to which rank.
    Mining World
    High Imperial
    Large Star
    Slight Adebtus Arbites
    Token Adeptus Astra Telepathica.
    Significant Adebtus Mechanicus
    Token Administratum
    308 000 KMs
    No axil tilt
    88 hour days.
    420 day years.
    50 satelites.
    Very Heavy gravity
    Poisonous atmosphere
    2 terrains
    Swamp, active volcanoes.
    14 Billion population
    Huge medium/high quality enforcers
    Tiny poor/medium quality militia
    Small medium quality titan force
    Tiny medium quality defence lasers.
    Large medium/high quality private army/armies

    There is no fucking way anyone lives on the actual planet of Yhas. They must all live/mine on the numerous satelites. And holy shit what is on these moons, must be valuable to deserve a Titan force!
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:33 No.4811379

    It was Captain; you had to survive on it for a couple of days.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:34 No.4811380


    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:34 No.4811383
    Developing World
    Advanced Space
    Small Star
    Token Adebtus Mechanicus
    Small Inquisition
    35 000 km
    Moderate tilt
    42 hour days
    304 day years
    3 moons
    Light gravity
    Normal atmosphere
    Arid world
    Tepid temperature
    5 types of terrain
    Caves, collumns, sandy, islands, cliffs
    5 million population
    Elected Monarchy
    Massive medium quality Enforcers
    Large poor/medium quality Militia
    Massive Medium quality Standing Army
    Huge High quality armoured forces
    Tiny medium/high quality private army/armies
    Large Medium Quality missile silos (planet)
    Small medium quality mercenaries.

    This planet is... fairly well off. Bit dry, year's a bit long, but quite well defended. Not bad for a developing world, but quite normal. Still a large percentage of the population is probably military.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:35 No.4811394

    This is infact untrue and aquaphobia was destined to train initiates, along with kratos.

    Kratos being home to swamp dwelling savages that worship the emprah.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:35 No.4811396

    Ferrum Sanctimonia
    Shrine World
    High Imperial
    Medium star size
    Small Adeptus Arbites
    Token Adeptus Telepathica
    Moderate Administratum
    Dominant Adeptus Ministorum
    Token Inquisition
    20 000 KM
    Moderate axil tilt
    60 hour days
    140 day year
    One satelite
    Very Light Gravity
    Normal atmosphere
    Average hydrosphere
    Warm temperature
    4 terrains
    Islands, Sandy, Ravines, Hills
    1 Billion population
    Religious Ministorum
    Small medium/high quality enforcers
    Huge medium quality militia
    Medium Medium quality standing army

    Well... it'd be quite a nice place for some Sisters of Battle. Nice little planet.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:37 No.4811410
    Yeah, initiates. Couldn't send initiates to Yhas. They'd die. Only a Marine could hope to live there.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:39 No.4811430
    Actually, here's an idea for you:

    This isn't a planet. Planets orbit stars. This world, this celestial object, has no stars. With gravity that heavy and being that size, the planet has to be on the verge of becoming a star itself. This bizarre geology leads to all sorts of minerals being created and also creates a massive asteroid belt circling the planetoid.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:42 No.4811459
    I like it. It's very interesting.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:43 No.4811474
    It's a bit mundane. Not sure if it deserve Tiji status, although I can certainly come up with a story for it.

    It's an Inquisitorial world in the making. The Adeptus Mechanicus are only there to help maintain everything. Otherwise, it's mainly a planet where that the Inquisition are terraforming for their own use.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:44 No.4811477
    >Sisters of battle
    Sisters of Battles on beaches? In beach-wear? Fuck. Yes.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:45 No.4811496

    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:47 No.4811515
    In Rl what would you call a celestial object like that ?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:48 No.4811519

    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:48 No.4811523
    Hey guys should we put in a warp storm near xomula? It would creat some nice turbulance in the region and even have chaos marines fighting for thier lives against local fauna and flora, with the deep ones being die hard le'stroud/bear grylls.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:51 No.4811548
    Should be a tiny rift where the Warp enters realspace
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:52 No.4811553
    No more work on the Hetopia-Xomula system, please.
    Enough has gone into it.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)14:52 No.4811556

    Xomula already has Chaos in it; in fact, some of the dangerous things there are Daemons, which are kept there by the Chaos ruins.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:54 No.4811572

    Leviathans Rest
    Warp storm
    After the defeat of a tyranid splinter fleet the hive mind buckled and the shadow in the warp was banished by the emperors light, resulting in a huge inflow of warp energy creating Leviathans rest.

    Chaos incursions are few and rare but sometimes make it onto the nearest "habital" planet of xomula, where the deep ones space marines always have a company on watch for training and defence against the ruinous forces,half on half off on the battle barge Ryull'eh.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:54 No.4811578
    Out of all the planets in Tiji, this is truly the best world to land on.
    It's interesting... but wouldn't that ruin the whole "People in the cities thinks Orkz are their biggest worry" thing?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:56 No.4811597
    something like Van Grothe's Rapidity is better
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:56 No.4811600

    fund it!
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:57 No.4811611

    You guys want Chaos
    You see those planets in the top left
    Ravenforge and Euclisine
    Yeah, that area of the Tiji Sector is currently in the middle of a big, quarantined rebellion.
    That's your Chaos right there.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:57 No.4811612
    Wouldn't we have nigra sisters of battle on a sand planet with lots of sunlight?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)14:58 No.4811621
    Either that or sexy brown girl Sisters.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:00 No.4811633
    No, please, don't fund it.
    The charm of the Tiji Sector is that even without any outside threat, the place is still FUCKING HORRIBLE.
    Seriously, there are naturally grown things in the Tiji Sector that makes Tyranids look easy.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:01 No.4811640
    Hey Map Editor are you going to start adding some worlds? The bottom right corner looks a bit empty.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:02 No.4811645

    You're just sad that your planet ravenforge isn't getting any love *pat*, if you want it you gotta write some a tiny spark starts a fire.

    Also I will now write more warpstorms!
    but leviathans rest stands!
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:03 No.4811657
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    Fine, here.
    I'm trying to expand into the less populated areas now.
    We still need planets generated, folks.

    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:05 No.4811672
    On it il try to get some good ones
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:05 No.4811676
    Look, please.
    This project is going places. Please, I am begging you, don't fag it up.
    We've done enough work on Xomula.
    We don't need Tyranids.
    Please - if someone says that 'no, that doesn't seem like such a good idea' could you please just listen to them?
    I don't want this ruined, please.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:06 No.4811685
    How expensive is real estate in Nebraskus? What's their primary export? How are the schools?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:08 No.4811695

    it's an agri world along with texas... I mean taxanus.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:08 No.4811696
    Primary export is food. It's an agri-world.
    In comparison to other worlds, education is shit - it's Industrial level tech.
    Real estate? It's filled with farmers, man. What real estate?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:09 No.4811701

    The storm implies there are no longer tyranids, people would listen if you also did.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:09 No.4811705
    There's an image in the OP, you can just look at it for a second and say "Oh! Texasium! Okay."
    No need to mispell it when the source is right there.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:11 No.4811727
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    Since the Adepta Sororitas do not recruit locally, but instead import their members from the Schola Progenum all over the galaxy, not necessarily. The planet would likely export such girls to the nearest Schola Progenum facility, though.

    Which means that all Convents would have a roughly even distribution of the different skin colours. The majority will nevertheless be 'white' simply because most planets in the Imperium do not promote the development of strong pigmentation - usually due to natural climate (specific colonization), but in some cases also because of artificial changes to the environment (hive world living conditions).

    Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:14 No.4811746

    But they would go around in swimsuits and spend most days praying at the beach.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)15:18 No.4811780

    There's a dot with no name near Nebraskus and the Ecclesiarchy capitol.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:19 No.4811784
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    The sun doesn't create a negro.
    The sun creates little brown girls.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:19 No.4811788
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    Helinius's Litney of the damnned
    Warp storm
    Between Ravenforge and Euclinise.

    Warpstorm cause by a cabal of chaos sorcerors led by the infamous Helinius that served under Ahriman before breaking off and forming a splinter sorcery cult.
    The Imperial fleet cornered the viel sorcerer upon his flagship the: "whispers of dissent", in his final moments he scaled the barges extirior while his vile cabal channeld ruinous energies supported by the faith of his cultists throughout the system.

    Under the unyielding barrage of the Imperial fleet the warp drive overloaded on Helinius's ship during the dispicable ritual and reality caved in on itself and formed the warpstorm.

    Today it is known to pour forth chaos raiders and demon ships to pillage and despoil the planets nearby.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:23 No.4811825
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    What dot?
    I'm okay with warpstorms but please, there are systems in 40K that aren't under constant threat from everything everywhere in the outside world.
    There's no need for Chaos Space Marines raids to be that frequent.

    However, I like the idea that in the North-Eastern block of sky, there's a sinister, glowing Warp nebula corrupting the nearby planets.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:25 No.4811844
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    This being a convent world with a schola (probally) it would have lots of locals with the planets skin pigmentation.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)15:25 No.4811845

    >However, I like the idea that in the North-Eastern block of sky, there's a sinister, glowing Warp nebula corrupting the nearby planets.

    Reason for Ravenforge and Euclisine falling to Chaos?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:26 No.4811860
    Possibly, yes.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:26 No.4811863

    Who says this happens frequently? I mean most chaos sightings are centuries or decades apart. (any REAL incursions anyway say warbands and fleets)
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)15:28 No.4811877

    I think Tzeentch's only presence in the system is on one of Xomula's moons, supplying power.

    Anyway, I'm off to play Fallout 3.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:29 No.4811884
    Yes. Every fighting soldier dreams of retiring here. Due to it's small size, it is obviously very expensive.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:30 No.4811897
    The fact is, Chaos forces don't even need to travel through warp storms. They're capable of normal warp travel just like the Imperium.

    I just like the idea of a sinister nebula hovering in the sky, glaring down at planets in the Coreward-Spinward section of the Tiji Sector.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:31 No.4811909
    It was a joke, based on the fact that the ship belonged to one of Tzeentch's servants.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:33 No.4811930
    Still, Schola graduates get transported all over the galaxy to wherever they are most needed (required skillsets for one of the Orders, replenishment of losses, filling currently open spots, special assignments, etc), not where they are recruited.

    It's very unusual when a Sister stays on her homeworld, and probably even unwanted due to emotional attachment.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:34 No.4811937

    They do need to travel through warpstorms, most chaos servants and chapters have retreated into the EYE mainly and the mealstrom (red corsairs (badabb war))

    yes they have warp able ships but they all fled out of realspace where they recruit heinous mutants and psychopaths of off deamon worlds.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:35 No.4811951

    should I start writing up our own sister order for this system? You wanna assist?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:52 No.4812069
    Made a planet.
    Feudal World
    Steel Age
    Small star
    Token Inquisition
    87 000 km
    Large tilt
    50 hour days
    275 day years
    4 satelites
    Heavy gravity
    Normal atmosphere
    Damp planet
    3 terrains
    Mountains, Moors, Hills
    1 million population
    Tyrannical dictator
    Small medium quality enforcers.
    Huge poor/medium quality militia
    Massive medium/high quality standing army
    Small medium quality mercenaries.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:55 No.4812092
    Just have Ferrum Sanctimonia as a convent for an already existing order.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)15:56 No.4812098
    I'll check it out in a moment, okay?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:01 No.4812131
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    I feel like modeling a Guard army after medievil knights or WHFB empire
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:01 No.4812135
    Which one? I'm not really familiar with them that much so some descriptions would be nice.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:02 No.4812137

    you're no fun
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:05 No.4812158
    Now I think about it
    There's nothing special and no special history about any of the orders
    Fuck it
    Make your own
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:11 No.4812193
    Really? Ha ha, oh wow.

    Well let's see... should we make a comedy origin? The order was made merely as an excuse for some high ups to be able to chill at the beach.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:20 No.4812251
    I want an Adeptus Mechanicus Dyson Sphere. Originally an Earth sized planet it has been built upon for millenia by machines from the dark age of technology with no coherent plan in mind after the original rulers were destroyed in the Age of Strife. Giant inhabited hives and hostile enemies/modern-primitives around very corner.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:22 No.4812270
    That's a bit too comical.

    I can just imagine a conversation between the leader of the Tiji Inquisitorial Conclave and the Euphelion Cardinal:

    "You know, it's irritating to have to send for Sisters of Battle from other sectors whenever we have psyker trouble."
    "Perhaps we should start our own convent here? We have plenty of empty worlds."
    "How about Winterchase? That place is suitably nightmarish - they train well there."
    "Whoa, whoa, whoa. Sure, you might get good soldiers from those fucking deathworlds, but they're fucking insane."
    "Really? List one example."
    "Deep Ones."
    "Uh... Okay, another."
    "Xomulan Militiamen."
    "... Right, I bet you can't name any othe--"
    "... Right, maybe you've got a point. Where should we put them?"
    "I don't know, some place nice and peaceful where the world won't turn them into lunatics... I was thinking of somewhere with a beach..."
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:24 No.4812283
    They do have some minor differences in personality and history, it's just that the fluff where this was discussed is rather old and GW wasn't really helpful in delivering moar. If need be, I can quote some stuff from the old sources. I've got a good archive on Sisters fluff dating back to their very first appearance, including WD articles and other official sources.

    As long as you promise me not to let them have sex... I still facepalm every single time someone comes up with that.

    Using an existing order would be an option too, of course. As outlined above, they do have some cool feats. And colour schemes, of course.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:28 No.4812309
    No sex. Gotcha. But is there any strict rules on modesty for Sisters of Battle...?
    My god. Tiji sector may not have a slightly sane military force?
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)16:28 No.4812311

    I can certainly see that happening.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:31 No.4812322
    Made a planet.
    Dead World World (Formerly Cemetery World)
    Tiny Star
    Adepta-Ministorum Presences Slight
    80 000 km
    No Tilt
    27 hour days
    500 day years
    1 Satellite
    Very Light Gravity
    4 terrains
    Moors, Broken Forest, Grasslands, Columns
    70 population
    Small, Medium-poor quality enforcers.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:35 No.4812348
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    Well, the "Rule of the Sororitas" is a huge book with like over ninethousand laws for just about everything. In general, though, the descriptions given in the Dark Heresy IH ("courageous, pious, self-sacrificing, chaste and faithful") should suffice. The texts from the old RogueTrader fluff also give a good insight into this. Just check the last passages in the attached pic.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:35 No.4812351
    A dead cemetery world? Who'd even bother to wreck it?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:35 No.4812352

    Order of the black sail
    Named after the heritage of the locals, where seafearing tribes sturdy men and woman went over the waves for adventure and fishing, one such adventure is about the convents origins where a prison coloney of woman overthrew thier captors and set sail on the high seas, many years did they achieve the freedom they sought to attain since the start of thier journey but it didn't take long for this thieving band to be cornered and aprehanded yet the Emperors grand destiney held favor for them.

    At the moment of thier trail the eclisiarchy intervened granting them the emperors mercy, along with cannones Alora le kerto of the order of the ebon chalice they were put through the rigorous indoctrination of the adepta sorroritas.

    After Alora passed on the order of the black sail was founded, in honor of thier roots and founder.
    The order of the black sail still keeps up thier tradition of recruiting from the seafaring tribes and mingeling them with the swamp fairing tribes of the system.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:41 No.4812400
    Aside from the FUCKING HORRIBLE spelling, that idea's a bit silly.
    We're talking about a ship's worth of women, here. At the very most, that's a couple of hundred. Nothing that a convent could be created out of. That's way too zany and random.
    It was home to an ancient war where many Chaos artifacts were buried. Once in a while, a handful of undertakers come across one of these artifacts and end up being tainted.
    This happened far too often for liking.
    In the end, the Inquisition got tired of the rebellions coming from the cemetary world. The planet was used to preserve the dead, nothing more. It was a fucking useless wasteland in the first place, they just turned it into an even more useless wasteland, so that these artifacts would no longer be found by any silly undertakers.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:41 No.4812401
    So beach Sisters is go? But no sex. In the grim dark future there is only cock teasing.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:41 No.4812403

    Why I mean wouldn't it be perfectly fine letting healthy woman breed more priests and clergy and sisters? You're just non-comissioned for 9 months as the schola raises your childeren.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:43 No.4812420
    I like that. makes some good sense.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:45 No.4812435
    I'lle admit my english isn't all up to "novel" level but it isn't fuck horrible.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:46 No.4812442

    Demonic artifacts? ON MY PLANET!?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:46 No.4812445
    I like this world. It seems like it would be home to vikings. The bitter winter leaves the planet almost inhospitable, while the summer is warm and pleasant at almost 30 degrees centigrade.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:48 No.4812464
    Well, no. I apologise for being insulting. Now I read again, you only seem to have problems spelling particular setting-related words that are hard to spell anyway, like Ecclesiarchy.
    You already posted this one, bub.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:49 No.4812477
    You can easily start a convent off of a few hundred woman enforced by thier parent order the ebon chalice, I mean most marines of the second founding were just a few hundred guys at times that have grown into full chapters as they are suported by thier parent legion/chapter.

    Crimson fists example take alot of zealous Imperial fists with them.

    ITT: The black sail is a sub division in the Tiji sector of the Ebon chalice
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:49 No.4812478
    Idea: An Inquisitor IS the dictator. Lord of Viking people. For the EMPRAH.
    Good plothook. I like it.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:51 No.4812490
    Just for the record: the acceptable name for the military force on Xomula is the Xomulan Plague Militia, for their plague doctor esque uniforms.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:51 No.4812495

    Welcome to Bleaksville, population 70.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:52 No.4812503
    Sororitas Orders commonly have some sort of artifact in their name, usually coupled with either the history or the purpose of the Order (which branch it is a part of), sometimes both, but usually somewhat related to each other.

    Also, unlike Marine Chapters, Sororitas Orders do NOT recruit themselves, at least not directly.
    To emphasize: When a girl gets orphaned or voluntarily given to the Imperium, the Ministorum arranges for her to get shipped to the nearest Schola Progenium facility that has an open spot. Years of hard training follow, including evaluation trials by different branches of the Sisterhood as well as other Imperial organizations (the Imperial Guard, the Commissariat, sometimes even the Inquisition). One day, somewhere in the galaxy, a Sisterhood convent notifies either the Convent Sanctorum or the Convent Prioris (depending on the Order's origin) that it is in need of a new member. The request gets processed and matched with the list of fresh Progenium graduates (depending on both ability and skill specializations), and finally the young Novice is sent off to her new Order, wherever it may be.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:56 No.4812544
    Of course, that hasn't stopped a basic handle of less than a hundred people from trying to scavenge these 'sacred artifacts of the Imperium'.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:56 No.4812545
    Also note that Sisters are actually forbidden to leave their monastery without good reasoning (usually mission assignments).

    But ... I guess the possibility that the monastery itself lies at the beach and incorporates a part of it (cordoned off from outside influence) is acceptable. However, they wouldn't lie in the sun tanning, mind you. They still have to maintain their strict daily schedule, and visits to the beach would be incorporated there. Possible reasons might include: some holy artifact/statue is situated at the beach (heck, the convent could actually be founded to protect that one), the beach fulfills a role as the convent's rose garden (for meditation), or the beach actually is the Order's cemetary (maybe they shove their fallen out onto the sea and then immolate the wooden boats with melta-beams).
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:56 No.4812546
    Awesome artifacts for a beach world. A boat perhaps?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:57 No.4812548

    The truth is bitter. :(
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:58 No.4812554
    Plague Militia sounds a bit too Nurgle, doesn't it?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)16:58 No.4812559
    I think we should try and get a custom convent going for this sector, it should be /tg/'s ultimate homebrew.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:00 No.4812580
    considering how the entire planet is pretty much drenched in Nurgle stuff, I like to think of it as ironic.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:01 No.4812586
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    That's what we're trying to make.

    Sector update.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:01 No.4812587
    A boat - or some spaceship that just happened to crashland there. Or the place where a famous Imperial Saint first set foot on the land to colonize it (before becoming a Saint). Or the site of an important beachhead during a Holy War...
    Lots of possibilities.

    This way, the Sisters would also get a nice tan even without inappropriate activities such as beach volleyball (which, however, might be suitable for the local Schola Progenium), simply by standing guard at the holy site. Given enough time, most Sisters would have accumulated enough hours in the sun.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:01 No.4812589
    Man, have we even made a 1d4chan article yet? Someone should do that. Someone not lazy like me.
    >> Another Planet Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:02 No.4812603
    Shrine World
    Advance Tech
    Medium Star
    Adepta-Ministorum Domination
    Administratum Slight
    Arbites: Small
    240 000 km
    Slight Tilt
    156 hour day
    160 Days a Year
    12 Satellites
    Light Gravity
    1 terrain
    15 Billion population
    Standing Army Large, High
    Titian Medium, Meduim
    Naval Medium, Medium-High
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:04 No.4812613

    The misunderstandings have been many, and the fighting that invariably breaks out when the mistake has been made have been severe, it all just adds to the alredy bad reputation ( from crazy nutters to crazy violent nutters ) of the Xomulan plague milita.

    Ironically the cause of many of the problems on Xomula is due to a Xeno species nurgle cult but this is unknown.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:05 No.4812624
    Possible reason: A saint once visited a village on whatever bay the monastery is now at, which was plagued by the death of it's firstborn children. When the people were on the verge of losing faith in the Emperor's protection, the saint took them to the shore and said he would find the reason. One by one he anointed them with the symbol of the eagle with water from the sea. Halfway through the anointing, the water burnt the forehead of one villager- the saint declared he had found the heretic witch responsible, as the pure water bridled at their taint. They were burnt at the stake, the deaths stopped, and the bay became regarded as holy, and a source of protection from heretics. The convent was founded on it's shores, and the sisters pray kneeling in the shallows before undertaking each mission, to partake of it's blessing.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:09 No.4812642
    God this sounds like another seriously important shrine world. Sounds like it might be even more important than Euphelion.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:12 No.4812667
    I like this.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:13 No.4812682
    Hmmm... it's good. But let's add an object. A vial that the saint used in the process, that is now revered. Then they could be named after that.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:19 No.4812741
    This. Much more original than the examples I listed.
    I approve.

    In that case, I would suggest the convent's name to have something to do with water (and no, "Order of the Holy Water" won't do it...) - alternatively, it could also refer to the act itself rather than the vessel. Something like "Order of the Cleansing Touch".

    Hey, what branch of the Sororitas is the Order supposed to belong to, anyways? Militant, Hospitaller, Famulous, Dialogous, Sabine or Pronatus? Given the background of the bay, I'd say it should be either Militant (purging heretics), Hospitaller (healing sickness) or Pronatus (guarding and harvesting the nearby water for use as Holy Water by the Ecclesiarchy).

    How does /tg/ think about the latter? Would be a lot more original than yet another Order Militant. And they'd still have a bunch of boltgun-wielding guards anyways.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:21 No.4812755
    Just sayin' this whole capitol business you've got going on is silly. There'd be no recognized "agricultural capitol" or any of that jazz, each sector undoubtedly has multiple worlds devoted to nothing but agriculture as well as various others with it constituting a significant portion of the economy.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:25 No.4812789
    True. But it's still acceptable - maybe the respective organizations have some sort of headquarters on the individual planet, so it is a "capitol" of that branch of the administration. For example, the "Ministorum Capitol" would be a shrine world with the seat of the sector's arch-bishop, whereas a "Munitorum Capitol" would be the headquarters of the Sector's Imperial Guard administration, etc ...
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:26 No.4812792

    Ordo Hospitaler is nice
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:31 No.4812825
    so do we have some qoutes about the Tiji sector in general , for the 1d4 chan article
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:34 No.4812841
    I understand this.
    My point here is that there Texasium is the one place that produces SHIT LOADS of crops compared to everywhere else. It's fucking massive, it's filled with billions of people, it produces enough crops to feed god knows how much of the sector.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:35 No.4812847
    Hospitaller seems good. Also this all goes with the water theme we've got going on in a lot of the sector.
    There's summaries for some of the planets in some of the archived threads.

    Well that's me done for the day. If you guys carry on into another thread, remember to archive it.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:36 No.4812854
    Map editor here.
    When the rest of the Tiji Sector is fully fleshed out, I will be more than happy to do most of the wiki work myself, seeing as I have got most of the information saved.

    Also, I am thinking of scrapping the current sector map we've got and remaking it, so that the planets are more evenly spread out.
    What do you guys think? New map or stick with this one?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:37 No.4812858
    texanum should also have problems with the inqusition because they deliver virtualy no psykers. They are all hanged or burned as people there think they are bad for the crops
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:38 No.4812859
    Well could we not just add onto this map, and make it larger? But if we can't, a new map's okay. More space is always good.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:39 No.4812868
    ok nice

    I think we should keep the map because if they are all spread out the sector looks less natural
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:47 No.4812910
    do we need to roll up more planets?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:48 No.4812916
    Okay, let's stick with this map we've got right now.
    The main problem was that all of the planets are crowded together, leaving several empty spaces that will take lots more planets to fill.
    And I mean, lots.
    Seriously guys, if we're going to stick with the current sector map, we're going to have to seriously flesh out the sector with world after world.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:49 No.4812920
    If we're sticking with the current map?
    Lots more planets.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:50 No.4812929
    Well then, how about "Order of the Healing Touch"? Incorporates both the convent's purpose as well as remembering the sacred act of 'healing' the corruption.

    Other suggestions that come to my mind:
    -Order of the Purifying Hand
    -Order of the Cleansing Water
    -Order of the Blessed Sea

    Feel free to contribute. Also, we need a set of theories on how the water became to be "blessed" so the Saint could find and use it. Possibilities: some artifact was lost in the nearby ocean and never retrieved ... or the day before the Saint appeared some fishermen witnessed a beam of gleaming, golden light from the sky burning into the sea (funny stuff: might have just been a wayward lancestrike from a weapons test malfunction aboard a battleship present in the planet's orbit, but nobody knows since the connection between this long-forgotten incident and the then-still-locally-confined myth was never made).
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:54 No.4812962
    It doesn't have to be physically different to be blessed. That ends up detracting from the whole story; the idea is it's the fact the priest used it that makes it 'blessed'. He drew the aquila on them, which could have caused the burning, or it could have been his faith, or it could simply be apocryphal.
    "Lol this bay is actually a DAoT sewage outlet" or whatever isn't necessary.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)17:59 No.4812993
    Wait, so what the hell is Cataclysm?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:03 No.4813019
    It was a forbidden world that was host to some much top secret Inquisitorial shit that they quarantined it as well - not one without Inquisitorial permission could leave it.

    Planet Type: Quarantined World (formerly a Forbidden World)
    Tech level: Advanced
    Size of Star: Large
    Adeptus Arbites Presence: Slight
    Adeptus Astra Telepathica Presence: Notable
    Adeptus Astronimica Presence: Token
    Adeptus Mechanicus Presence: Slight
    Administratum Presence: Dominating
    Adeptus Ministorum Presence: Slight
    Inquisition Presence: Significant
    Size: Small (24000 km)
    Axial Tilt: Large
    Length of Day: 16 hours
    Length of Year: 365 days (547.5 local days)
    Satellites: 41
    Gravity: Standard
    Atmosphere: Normal
    Hydrosphere: Average
    Average Temperature: -10 to +30
    Summer Temperature: +30 to +70
    Winter Temperature: -50 to -10
    Terrain: Broken Rock, Hills, and Grassland.
    Population: 5 billion
    Society: Democracy
    Massive Poor Quality Enforcers
    Large Poor/Medium Quality Militia
    Huge Medium/High Quality Standing Army
    Medium Medium Quality Armoured Force
    Huge Medium Quality Titan Force
    Large Medium Quality Private Armies
    Huge Medium/High Quality Naval Force
    Large Poor/Medium Quality Orbital Stations
    Huge Medium Quality Planetary Missile Silos
    Huge Medium/High Quality Orbital Missile Silos
    Massive High Quality Defence Lasers
    Huge Medium Quality Mercenary Forces
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:11 No.4813081
    I wonder what the Inquisition could be hiding on Cataclysm?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:14 No.4813099
    My guess is that they're hiding everything.
    Every possible Chaos artifact that has been obtained by the Imperium, every piece of Xenos technology, every heretic prisoner with valuable information, it all goes to Cataclysm.

    Euphelion? Inquisitorial capitol? Fuck that - Euphelion is just the face of the Inquisition. If your world's got problems, you contact the Inquisition on Euphelion. Then Euphelion sends the information over to Cataclysm. Then shit really gets done.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:17 No.4813119
    You know, it seems like Cataclysm should have a dominating Inquisition presence instead of merely significant.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:21 No.4813144
    Type: Feral world
    Tech: Stone Age
    Star Size : Medium
    Planet Size: Miniscule 8000 km
    Axial Tilt : 1-5 Slight
    Day Length : 13
    Year Length: 102 (terran) 55,25 (local)
    Gravity: Standart
    Atmosphere: Normal
    Hydrosphere: Average
    Temperature: Average -10 to +30
    Summer: -5 to +35
    Winter: -15 to +25
    Terrains: Sandy , Broken Rock
    Population: 51 Million
    Soziety: Religious (Machine God)

    So here we have a miniscule planet full of cavemen that pray to the omnissa

    Probably something like the Monolith in 2001 was dropped on the planet. Something that manages to feed all those people , normaly hunters and gatheres need a loot of space to survive.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:29 No.4813214
    Perhaps they've located an ancient DAoT replicator device?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:31 No.4813236
    They do not know how it is used, but it produces animals they can hunt easily, Grox or something like that
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)18:32 No.4813241
    Guys, we need to update this system thing:

    Ix, a bizarre frontier world with thousand of fertile rain forest islands drifting around on an ocean of magma.
    Mundania, average in every way.
    Koganusan, a terrifying, poisonous and ocean-covered forge world with one hour days. It leaves a cloud of land marks in its wake that it rams into when it completes its circle.
    Xomula, absolutely crazy Xenos world where the Adeptus Mechanicus have gone to research. Hideous, Catachan-dangerous swamp world.
    Iniega, a gas giant capable of sustaining life with eighteen satellites covered in hives while the planet's designated a pleasure world.
    Orvana, a highly populated hive world under incredibly strict Imperial rule after rebellion. Pick up that can, criminal scum.
    Hetopia III, a penal colony so hellish that it was designated 'pleasure world' as a joke by two yuppies in the Administratum.
    Mining Site 0298, a rocky, barren landscape that's grim, dark and gritty and covered in miners.
    Deathworld 17, a deathworld that used to be a feral world but then its atmosphere became poisonous and the oceans vanished - how?
    Texasium, a agri-world covered in a bunch of farmers who zealously follow a religion preached to them by a handful of confused missionaries.
    New Prospero, a wonderful, beautiful paradise world that's just about perfect in every way imaginable - now that's a shock!
    New Krieg: a hive world with an absolutely deadly atmosphere, little moisture and endless piles of warheads. Krieg, anyone?
    Ohshi Itsot: A blistering hot shrine world 'tended to' by unlucky bastards in the Ministorum who nobody likes.

    Continued next post.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)18:34 No.4813264

    Detaniax - A deadly Forgeworld with super high technology, but only notable Mechanicus presence.
    Utopia - A Planet with nearly 400 degerees in the summer but swamps in the polar regions because of the crazy axial tilt.
    Volcania- 61 Dudes with Spears and Swords fucking up everything that dares to come to their planet.
    Augurus Prime - The home of the proud Augurus Titan legions.
    Tempest - A planet that will cook you in the summer, freeze you solid in the winter and kill you via terrible storms in between, also its a dictatorship.
    Inferno - A waterless, searing deathworld with a deadly atmosphere that somehow supports 9 million people and a high tech Titan legion with industrial tech only.
    Ravenforge - Nobody goes to Ravenforge.
    Taedium, a frontier world, that will be a paradise once it's fully colonized.
    Extermis Cratum, a world that was once a paradise. It was hit by a shard of a broken world, so it's now a hell hole,
    Nephertis, a Forbidden World controlled by Chaos death cults; the xenofauna are absolutely deadly. Not even the Imperium wants it.
    Surat Thani, a Cemetary world that is dotted by rocky plateaus that go above the clouds, and thermal storms that melt steel. It's important in the Tiji Sector; it's where the Guardsmen are buried.

    It's way out of date.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:39 No.4813295
    Worst system to travel through ever
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)18:41 No.4813307

    I have notes on Xomula, if you want to read them; I helped out a lot in the Xomula threads.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:44 No.4813348
    I'm going to bed, maybe tomorrow.
    Will probably be used in DH as it has enough variation
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)18:56 No.4813458
    Grox can actually be very hostile omnivores if you're not careful with them.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)19:00 No.4813499
    Type: War World
    Former Type: Shrine World
    Tech: Warp Space
    Star Size : Medium
    Adeptus Arbites: Token
    Adeptus Astra Telepatica: Token
    Adeptus Astronomica: Token
    Adeptus MEchanicus: Token
    Administratum: Notable
    Adeptus Ministorum: Dominating
    Planet Size: Average 72000 km
    Axial Tilt : Notable
    Day Length : 13
    Year Length: 240 (terran) 443 (local)
    Satelites: 5
    Gravity: Standart
    Atmosphere: Normal
    Hydrosphere: Watery
    Temperature: Warm 31 to 50
    Summer: 41 to 60
    Winter: 21 to 40
    Terrains: Ravines
    Population: 43 Million
    Society: Elected Monarchy
    Some Enforcers

    Ok, former peacefull Shrine World thet got attaked by something angas it has no defence force itself this could be a place where the Deep Ones and all those Crazy IG regiments we have ca be deployed. Also maybe some sisters from the Order of the Cleansing Touch since this was a shrine world
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)19:01 No.4813508
    Feel free to add your own descriptions while browsing the archives. Sorry if I am feeling a bit lazy at the moment.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)19:06 No.4813548
    Uh, I actually like clever puns like "Mundania", but do we really want to have a planet called "Oh shit it's hot"? Are we not able to come up with something more savvy than that?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)19:11 No.4813600
    Seems interesting. Perhaps another front?
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)19:17 No.4813645
    It's a joke. A priest was about to christen the shrineworld with a bottle of alcohol, except it was so hot that the alcohol burst into flames, covering his protecting suit in blazing hot alcohol. Just as he was about to name the planet
    As a joke, some Administratum yuppies decided to name the planet after what he said just then.
    They are also serving at Hetopia.

    In any case, I understand what you're saying. It does seem a tad... unimaginative.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)20:03 No.4813977

    Those Administratum yuppies seem to be a bottle of laughs...
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)20:46 No.4814323
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)20:52 No.4814390
    Indeed. Whenever anything seems to be misnamed or mocked in Administratum records, there's always a nervous twenty-something male just looking for the next high-paying job with scraggly chin-fluff saying "Hey, we were bored at the time, okay?" behind it.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)21:19 No.4814639
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    Map update.
    Changed "Oshi Itsot" to "Isot". Just a bit moe subtle, although not by much.
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)21:22 No.4814668
    Sounds a lot better at least.

    You could also juggle around with the letters. They did that for the planet where the SoB originated...
    Orleans -> San Leor
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)21:27 No.4814711
    One last time, the planet generator:
    >> Anonymous 06/08/09(Mon)21:36 No.4814780
    I suppose you're right - that is a possibility.
    Thank you for your advice and please, feel free to generate a planet!
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/08/09(Mon)23:11 No.4815591



    Ironically, I live very closely to New Orleans.
    >> Rubric Marine !5YmRrjC64A 06/09/09(Tue)00:11 No.4816118
    >> That damn gargoyle 06/09/09(Tue)00:14 No.4816136
    Mining world
    High Imperial
    Medium star
    Adeptus Arbites: none
    Adeptus Astra Telepathica: none
    Adeptus Astronimica: none
    Adeptus Mechanicus: none (!)
    Administratum: none (!!)
    Adeptus Ministorum: none (!!!)
    Inquisition: none (!!!!!)
    Planetary circumference: 325,000 km
    no axial tilt
    rotation is 153 standard hours
    Year is 510 standard Terran days or 80 local.
    Moons: 22
    Gravity is Terran standard +/- .01
    Atmosphere is bearable, containing 12% more co2 than normal
    Hydrosphere is damp
    Planetary temperatures range from -10 to 30 degrees Centigrade.
    Predominant terrains include: Active Volcanoes, Flat rock, Dormant Volcanoes, Broken Forests, and Moors
    Population is a staggering 16 billion souls
    Political structure is democratic
    Large number of medium quality enforcers
    Massive Militia, fairly well trained
    Large standing army, very well trained
    Armoured force, small in size but well trained
    Titan legion (WAT!), medium size, medium quality (!!!)
    Medium but well trained Navy supported by a few good quality orbital stations
    Medium number of medium quality planetary defenses of every variety.
    >> That damn gargoyle 06/09/09(Tue)00:18 No.4816175
    I wouldn't want to fight these guys.
    >> Anonymous 06/09/09(Tue)00:50 No.4816426
    Way too many titans in this thread...
    >> Anonymous 06/09/09(Tue)01:27 No.4816694
    Xenos world
    Giant Star
    Tau Presence: Token-Provisional
    Tiny Planet- 2,000 km
    Moderate tilt
    9 Hour Day
    90 Days a Year
    No Satellites
    Standard Gravity
    Poisonous Atmosphere
    Waterless Planet
    Ravines, Caves
    18 Million People
    Religious (Local)
    Small Militia that is poorly trained/equipped
    Medium Militia that is mid-poorly trained/equipped
    Small Mercs that are poorly equipped.

    This planet inhabits are tall, bulky multi-limbed creatures that live underground. They are almost blind, but can spit acid from their mouths. The native Xenos also have wiggly antenna growing out of their head. At the end of this, there is either a gland that glows in the dark, or a piece of fruit. These were used by the society for hunting. The atmosphere is very poisonous, which is why the Imperium has looked the other way at invading it. A Magos team was supposed to investigate the planet, but the ship got lost in a Warp Storm. Rogue Traders have claimed to spotted Tau scounting ships in the area, as well as a Kroot warshpere coming close to the planet. It is feared that the Tau are using this a listening post.
    >> Sarix Vane 06/09/09(Tue)02:02 No.4816968
    are you guys actually rolling for the planet stats or just picking from the list. i want to help in this and just want to make sure iv got my info strait

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