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    756 KB Eversors Can Drive Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:25 No.9494107  
    Does this prospect scare anybody else?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:28 No.9494167
    who the fuck gave him the license?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:28 No.9494185
    Officio Assassinorum special licence.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:29 No.9494204
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:29 No.9494207
    He got it when he passed the exam at the DMWRRRRYYYYYYYYYYY
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:32 No.9494251
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    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:34 No.9494318
    I just wonder how he stays self-aware enough to drive
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:35 No.9494340

    Think of every New York City cab driver at once.

    That's an Eversor driving.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:36 No.9494343

    the car/speeder/flyer has to be going really fast
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:36 No.9494348
    plus about 500% more rage?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:37 No.9494374
    Don't get out much, do you. I wouldn't rate other drivers in general as sentient.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:37 No.9494380
    The scariest kind of Eversor is the kind that breakdances as it kills stuff.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:38 No.9494400
    Didn't you know? Eversor was the pc character in Carmaggedon
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:39 No.9494418
    He learned how at the Twisted Metal Driving School.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:40 No.9494429
    Help out a non-40K-fag here. What IS the deal with these guys?

    I get that they have a habit of yelling WRRRRRYYYYY, but the rest of the context for memes is lacking.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:40 No.9494433
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    We already have footage of Eversor's driving now
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:41 No.9494469
    Drop them in an area.

    They flip out and kill shit.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:42 No.9494493
    Eversor's are assassins that are completely doped up to the gills on drugs that both keep them almost indestructible AND cause homocidal rage. To use one, the Assassinorum basically puts one of htem in a pod, dumps it on a planet, and then lets the Eversor do it's job.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:43 No.9494511

    Imagine a complete fucking madman given enough drugs to fuel the underground cocaine racket of an entire planet, and have them injected in super-concentrated form directly into his spine at five minute intervals. Now give him a suit of strength-enhancing armor, biomech implants, and train him to be able to kill a man with his bare hands before the implants or drugs.

    And then you give him the most dangerous weapons the Imperium can put on a single man, activate all the drug syringes simultaneously, and point him at the enemy. Pray to God he doesn't start tearing your side up before their side.

    Oh yeah, their bodies are so volatile from the drugs they explode into a shower of acidic gore when they die.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:44 No.9494525
    They're not scary in the way other assassins are.

    Except maybe Culexus, who are probably even LESS human.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:45 No.9494545
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    Ah, right.

    Is that a mask, or did the Imperium just decide "lol peel off their face, crude biomods are hilarious"?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:45 No.9494546
    Eversors are the Assassin Temple focused on shock tactics. They're dangerous bloodthirsty nutters who would rather go THROUGH the wall and slaughter your bodyguard, you, your family, and anyone in a half-mile radius. They're also fuelled by a cocktail of drugs which not only makes them so aggressive that they can't ever stop killing, but makes it so that if they die, or if they're kept too long out of stasis, then they explode. Literally. Boom. Assassin bits everywhere.
    The perpetual grin of their not-quite-skull that they have for a mask makes for pretty funny scenes when they're shown, say, dancing.
    >> Alpharius 04/28/10(Wed)19:45 No.9494564
    It doesn't say what he's driving.
    Probably YOU INSAAAANE
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:46 No.9494574
    they're the equivalent of a crackhead OD'ing on speed, PCP, meth and armed with state-of-the-art weapons, given a bit of armor and pointed in the direction he needs to kill
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:47 No.9494599
    Fuck, now I'm just going to cross out "Eversor Assassin" and write in "Doom Rider" and we'll have stats for him!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:47 No.9494602
    Did anyone else notice he also has points in security? Does that mean he can pick locks? Thats something I want to see.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:48 No.9494625
    Capoeira style movements as they hack and slash their way through the cultists.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:50 No.9494665

    He screams at the lock until it opens.

    He screams at the vehicle until it takes him where he wants to go.

    He screams at the dataslates until they give him the tech lore he wants.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:50 No.9494671
    Cheers. Mask, then.

    I love that it also lists "lip reading". These do not sound like the sneakytypes who would ever, ever have the opportunity to use that.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:50 No.9494675
    Pretty sure he just bashes through the doors
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:51 No.9494684
    You guys are looking at this the wrong way, and it shows in your metaphors to describe the Eversor. The Officio Assasinorum isn't going to turn stupid motherfuckers into assasins. They want tremendously skilled people, and so it makes sense that even when drugged up, Eversors retain some of their non-combat skills.

    When you describe them as overdrugged crackheads, you miss the tremendous preparation that goes into making an assasin.
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 04/28/10(Wed)19:51 No.9494685

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:51 No.9494693
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:52 No.9494698
    Holy crap. That's.... badass.
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:54 No.9494748
    I don't think he has points in lockpicking so much as he simply kicks the door in while screaming Knock knock. Who's there? ME me me me me me me me me me me
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:54 No.9494750
    The process of becoming a Vindicare makes you dumber and intelligence in general has nothing to do with it. In fact, most Temple Assassins are raised from kids in entirely brutal environments... so they'd tend to be rather stupid, crude beings. Just very highly trained and single minded ones.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:54 No.9494753

    I think thats the reason they train the eversor in these skills. What do you think of when you somebody says eversor? A walking time bomb?Thats what they're counting on. You keep waiting with your gun pointed at the front door, and whatever wall you think he's about to bust through that you don't ever notice him hiding in the shadows, slinking through the backways, and stalking you from on the cat walks. They track you down to where your in a place where they can do the most damage. and then the trap is sprung.

    Plus someone has to drive the taxi's of the 41st millenia
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:55 No.9494755
    Oh, and they are insanely killy. Like, they can cut through Space Marines like butter. Basically, you let an Eversor out, point it in a direction, then get the FUCK OUT OF THE AREA
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:55 No.9494766
    sometimes I wish it wasnt, just because it would be more metal
    >> Espagnoll 04/28/10(Wed)19:55 No.9494770
    I think having an encounter with a driving Eversor would be something like this but at N potence:

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:56 No.9494773
    What exactly is so good about their weapons?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:57 No.9494803
    Oh, they can be incredibly stealthy and skilled in combat. But it's all done so he can get more killing done! Then he'll eventually drop the stealth a-WRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY *blood everywhere*
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)19:57 No.9494804
    Electrified Freddy Krueger glove that can slice through a Titan's leg and a gun that will melt your brain from the inside out attached to a bolter.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:57 No.9494812

    An eversor assassin will likely find you and murder you, your entire household guard, and the PDF/Arbites who rocks up to see what the disturbance is all about if they get there quick enough.

    But he's probably going to sneak his way into the facility or something else half-decent like that before he goes on a rampage. Just because he has a burning hatred of everyone and everything doesn't mean he's herpderp retard strength all the time. They obviously have enough brains to still try and dodge attacks (Temple Assassin, here comes the 20+ dodges!)

    They're still skilled and relatively intelligent operatives, and that's what makes them fucking scary. Completely fucking psychopathic and lacking all empathy, sure, but not retarded.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)19:58 No.9494830
    Armour-piercing pistol, a razor-tipped-gauntlet filled with INSANELY-deadly poison, and...well...he's just INSANELY KILLY
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:01 No.9494870
    Basically, Eversors are weaponized horror movie slashers.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:01 No.9494873
    I think the scary thing is that they're BOTH. They are incredibly talented at infiltrating and sneaking into wherever their targets are, using whatever is needed to get the job done, etc. AND they're homocidal psychopaths that'll tear shit apart while screaming non-stop!
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 04/28/10(Wed)20:01 No.9494877


    >> Turbo-Mek Zagbitz 04/28/10(Wed)20:01 No.9494878
    Zog no! 'E'd be da best trukk driva EVA!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:01 No.9494879
    I don't think the Eversor WOULD stay still. I have the feeling that it will always be charging at your direction. It wouldn't make a noise except for it's terrible WRRRY, but you hear that getting SOFTER because it has just ran passed you and you are missing a heart.

    Also, I like to imagine the Eversor is on a road trip with the Elder Brain. The Eversor rides like a bat out of hell and the Brain bluffs its way out of a ticket when the cops pull them over by claiming to be a woman in labor.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:02 No.9494898
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    The neuroshredder's on the Callidus, brah. But other than that, Freddy Krueger isn't a halfbad way of describing an Eversor while you're at it.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:03 No.9494919
    You are now imagining an Eversor bunnyhopping and circle-strafing.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:03 No.9494923
    You know, I wonder how deadly an Eversor would be if it was trained in the usage of a flip belt, and was equipped with one.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:05 No.9494946
    Yeah, I can't see an Eversor watching its prey from the one motionless piece of terrain for 3 consecutive days like a Vindicare, but I can definitely see one choosing to use vents, sewers, darkness, and other elements of terrain to sneak up on its mark before WRRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYEVERYONE'S DEAD BOOM!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:07 No.9494978
    >Heavy Weapons Expert
    Eversors with Lascannons!?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:07 No.9495000
    Yes, it's so he can club you with a lascannon like a baby seal.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:08 No.9495010

    Oh please, whatever you do, DON'T DO THAT!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:08 No.9495014
    I agree that they wouldn't wait. They'd just be running around in dark places, going through sewers and all that shit to GET there. LOTS OF PARKEUR, MOTHERFUCKER! Now that's an Assassin's Creed game I'd play in a second.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:09 No.9495026
    You know, I think Eversors stay pretty aware even when they're pumped on drugs.

    After all, if they didn't, the rage rule would seem pretty obvious to put on their statline.
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)20:10 No.9495050
    that pic is a lie. any survivor would most likely be missing a limb
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:10 No.9495054
    That'd be pretty scary. You see a movement in the corner of your eye, and you turn to see an Eversor leaping at you from the ceiling.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:11 No.9495059
    Are Culuxes and Calladius (or however they are spelled) stated? If so we could finally play Chaos Crashers.
    >> Espagnoll 04/28/10(Wed)20:11 No.9495064
    You know what would be scary?
    Ice cream car.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:12 No.9495080
    That's supposed to be the guy in charge, not one of the survivors, I think.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495100

    You are now imagining 40k Twisted Metal, with an Eversor as Sweet Tooth.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495102
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    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495103
    FUCK YEAH! Altair or that guido whats-his-face armed with a fucking Neuro Gauntlet!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495108
    Only Vindicare are statted for PC use, sadly. Radicals Handbook states various levels of nulls/pariahs will be out in a later book, suggesting we'll get Culexus eventually.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495115
    Callidus Assassins aren't stat'd yet, but you can make a Vindicare in Ascension.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495119
    That guy reminds me of that Eversor in that pic where she sadly claims to have made back her poin-

    *gasp* that guy is an Eversor!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:13 No.9495120
    IIRC Callidus will be a playable ascended career in some upcoming splatbook.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:14 No.9495127
    Eversors are the branch that you use to make an example of someone.

    The rest are meant to be somewhat discreet. Not that an Eversor isn't discreet, but the trail behind him is rather red with gore.

    The Vindicares and Callidus are used to show what happens to despots and tyrants that oppose Imperial rule. The Eversor is there so you can point at it and say "remember when the ruling council of Backwaterius IV decided they were fit to rule instead of the Adeptus Terra? Yeah, don't be stupid or EVERYBODY DIES."
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:15 No.9495144
    iLol'd. Beserker packs: Creating the first Eversor known to man.

    Come, /tg/, and let us speculate how this man survived.

    I think he was on a different planet.

    On the other side of the sector.

    (Let's be reasonable; survivor meant that he was at least remotely connected to the people the Eversor was targetting. People the Eversor ignored (ie. the rest of the planet) don't count as survivors.)
    >> Espagnoll 04/28/10(Wed)20:15 No.9495149
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:16 No.9495180
    Never played Twisted Metal?
    >> MR. RAGE !D9l9S8Lio6 04/28/10(Wed)20:16 No.9495187

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:17 No.9495195

    A game where a shitload of drivers fight each other in cars ala mad max.

    Sweet tooth was a grinning clown with a skull painted partially on his face.

    Sweet tooth was known as homicidal and his victory in the first twisted metal granted him his very own wish.

    The wish was for a paper bag he had misplaced that was his imaginary friend.

    He killed thousands for a paper bag.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:17 No.9495198
    so what would happen if you locked up an eversor
    in a small room with only a 8 bit nintendo
    and a copy of battletoads
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:17 No.9495199
    Your irl newfag is showing.

    Or perhaps oldfag to the point where you don't know what Twisted Metal is.

    Personally, I only played it once, when I rented it.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:17 No.9495204
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    The other side of the stats page.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:17 No.9495206
    He didn't survive. He's an Eversor waiting for anyone he missed to show up.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:18 No.9495218
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:18 No.9495223
    You would be killed as he crashed through the wall.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:18 No.9495224
    Oh god. It's like the rumor that mutants (aka bloodsuckers) would be able to climb in LURK 1.1. Except real.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:19 No.9495231
    Isn't he from another country? Maybe it just wasn't translated when he was a kid?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:19 No.9495233
    Pure liquid rage I think.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:19 No.9495238
    So, basically it's a Murder-Servitor on steroids (and various other drugs)?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:20 No.9495258


    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:21 No.9495272
    Oh. Maybe. Didn't see the namefagging.



    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:22 No.9495285
    Well, sorta, but servitors are defined by having sub-par parts.
    >> Melo The Yellow !!HdpiNQY5bDZ 04/28/10(Wed)20:22 No.9495290
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    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:23 No.9495306

    Nobody in the O-A gets strength-enhancing armor, IIRC. However, they do get mad hax cybernetics and implants.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:25 No.9495339

    Have you seen my stapler?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:25 No.9495346
    They have to be reeeeeeeeaaaaalllllllyyyyyy flllllexibllllllllle.
    >> Espagnoll 04/28/10(Wed)20:26 No.9495350
    Oh well, back in my times people used to play Carmaggeddon.
    Twisted Metal was never popular in Spain.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:26 No.9495351
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    I'd like to see a Vindicare assassin stuck in a situation like in Enemy at the Gates.

    But I don't know if there's any counter-snipers good enough to challenge him. Maybe Eldar rangers? Space marine scouts are probably more enhanced than he is, so they could give a bit of a challenge if there were enough.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:26 No.9495362
    The Eversor can now run up walls and across the ceiling.

    I don't know about you, but an Eversor running across the ceiling at me would make me piss my pants.
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)20:27 No.9495382
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:27 No.9495383
    Spider-sor, Spider-sor, does whatever a Spider-sor doAAAAAAGH
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:27 No.9495393
    Tau Pathfinders.

    Just kidding.

    It'd be Eldar Pathfinders or Space Marine scouts. Final boss? Telion. Lose and you must accept Rowboat as your spiritual liege.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:27 No.9495394
    Actually, I think he'd more prone to go through the ceiling.

    Then back down again, right above you.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:28 No.9495399
    >>9495351But I don't know if there's any counter-snipers good enough to challenge him.

    A Fire Prism grav tank
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:28 No.9495409
    Possible mini boss - Cyrus?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:28 No.9495413
    SM Scouts are pussies.
    Eldar Pathfinders, maybe.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:29 No.9495416

    I think the stats for Eldar Pathfinders in Lure of the Expanse had them as being really good with cover and being able to reroll athletics tests in cover and so on. However, I think you'd need a named Pathfinder to go gun to gun with a Vindicare Assassin...


    Wouldn't he be like Venom? With a power sword, neurogauntlet and executor pistol?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:29 No.9495419
    He'd just shoot the prism. It'd then explode.

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:29 No.9495420
    I'd probably stare it like goons tend to do in movies, then die.
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)20:29 No.9495426
    >Vindicare Temple Assassin
    >not as enhances as SPESS MUHREEN scouts
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:29 No.9495430

    I like to imagine that although they don't talk, they have an inner monologue.

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:30 No.9495446
    Sause on pic please op?
    Also do you have the pic un circled?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:30 No.9495450
    No, I think he's right. Vindicares probably have quiet a lot of enhancement, but I imagine a lot of their skill comes from training like fuck.

    Scouts have shitloads of implants. SHITLOADS.
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:32 No.9495473
    Its for the steam roller!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:32 No.9495476
    Naw, it'd be like the Doom guy.

    >> Espagnoll 04/28/10(Wed)20:32 No.9495477
    >Eversor thread, people mentions Vindicare and Callidus.

    Poor, poor Cullexus.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:32 No.9495485

    And then your right arm meets the inside of your torso.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:32 No.9495493
    Nobody likes him. Moreover, that's his job.
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:33 No.9495496
    We don't talk about the Culexus.

    They... aren't right...
    >> some OP or other !2eCUf24IVE 04/28/10(Wed)20:33 No.9495501
    see: thought bubbles in the Doom Comic

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:33 No.9495503
    The enhancements the Scouts get are because they have a progenoid implant, among others.

    Are you saying that Vindicares are just Space Marines that don't have a chapter? Because that's what it looks like you're saying.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:33 No.9495507
    >>9495416I think the stats for Eldar Pathfinders in Lure of the Expanse had them as being really good with cover and being able to reroll athletics tests in cover and so on. However, I think you'd need a named Pathfinder to go gun to gun with a Vindicare Assassin...

    I figure in the fluff sense, a Pathfinder type of guy would be 'named' anyways.

    You gotta go to a daemonworld and return to be called a pathfinder right?

    how does the Exarch fare vs Imperial Assassins?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:33 No.9495512
    >implying even Space Marines would spend all their fancy implants on newfag scouts

    I could see that happening for a chapter taht uses Scouts as elite units (ie. SW Lone Wolves). Otherwise, not really.

    Even then, a Vindicaire is likely the better shot/sniper. Just that a Marine would be a better overall soldier due to less specialization and the whole semi-powered armour+ marine physiologiy.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:35 No.9495544

    Also, shota/loli Eversor is cute as hell. I find it terribly amusing that my current Exalted character is one in the making.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:35 No.9495554
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:36 No.9495565
    Scouts HAVE pretty much all of the implants, except for the black carapace. They wouldn't send out ones that only have a few, since if they get killed early, it's all a waste of time and effort.

    I mean, they're still T4, not T3.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:36 No.9495570
    The progenoid implant does pretty much nothing that helps the body. I'm saying that vindicares just aren't biologically dicked with quite as much as marines are.

    Scouts get all the implants a regular marine has over about 4 years. They then hold off on the black carapace until they've proved their worth.
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    My Infernal is planning on creating a cult of them.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:37 No.9495590
    What about an Eversor with a Halo Device implanted into it? Just how scary would that be?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:38 No.9495624
    Halo Device.. You mean those force fields?

    An Eversor with a force field.

    You maniac.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:39 No.9495633
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    Here you go.
    This comes from Dark Heresy: Ascension, quite the amazing expansion on DH.

    Also, working on stats for Callidus. Got shittons of Mastered Skills. Anybody interested in seeing the result once it's done?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:39 No.9495641
    >>9495624An Eversor with a force field.


    *splat inside a spherical ball

    "whoah, man, that's pretty icky looking"
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:39 No.9495642
    No the halo device turns you into an inhuman ageless cannibalistic monster.
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    Unnatural Strength+Toughness*9000 FFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:40 No.9495648
    Request stats on other assasins?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:40 No.9495664
    Oh, no. That's an Iron Halo.

    A Halo Device is much, MUCH more dangerous than that.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495670

    only eversor was statted and vindicare is... oddly a career path for acolytes
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495675
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495677
    >Stealth Mastery

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495679
    I thought a halo device was those things that Dire Avengers have that make them impossible to see/hit.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495682
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495688

    I'm only going to comment on Vindicares/Eversors and the DA Exarch because they're the only ones who've been statted.

    In general, an Assassin wins any one-on-one fight because of the Temple Assassin trait, which gives them MULTIPLE DODGES in one round. Vindicares in particular win extra hard because their Unnatural Agility Trait advance is at Rank 9 (everyone starts at Rank 9 in Ascension), which, combined with an Agility of 60+, means 12 Dodges per round, all made at 80-100 (Assassin Synskin gives +10 to Dodge Tests and Unnatural Agility gives +10 to all Agility tests in addition to adding DoS to opposed AG tests and doubling your Ag Bonus).

    Like Sun Tzu said, "First become invincible, then destroy your opponent's invincibility." Our Vindicare can become totally unhittable by Mr. DA Exarch, and after that all he has to do is plink with his Exitus pistol (whose bullets inflict a -20 penalty to Dodge them since they literally home in on their targets) until the Exarch dies.

    Mind you, the best way to kill an Assassin is still to form up 50 men with autoguns and full auto burst him until he dies.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:41 No.9495691
    It would have at LEAST 30 wounds.

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:42 No.9495696
    He was trapped in a cave-in that was so deep that teh Eversor lost interest, having quickly sighted another target.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:42 No.9495701
    Eversor is the only one stat'd as an enemy presently.
    However, it is possible to make a Vindicare Assassin thanks to Ascension's Ascended Careers.
    Can also stat a Culexus.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:43 No.9495717

    I'd like to see it. Personally, I suspect a Callidus would be the most playable, since they'd have to be sociable and generally useful. I'm feeling the pinch with my Vindicare because he has few social type skills.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:43 No.9495724
    Eversors can be incredibly quiet...when they want to be.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:43 No.9495729
    In my opinion, the Culexus and Callidus made the most sense for Durr Hurresy. Fluffwise, the Culexus are the least picky, considering nulls are so rare they need all they can get (and besides you can replace someone's entire body and mind, so it doesn't matter)... and the Callidus generally fit DH the best.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:44 No.9495746
    And imagine if it gained the ability to produce those drugs inside of its body.

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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:45 No.9495752
    Unnatural (x2) Fellowship 65 for Callidus.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:45 No.9495771

    are quite possibly the only indispensable Temple.

    The other three are variations on HOW to kill someone. Be it infiltration, long range, or making a bloody and violent point. Cullexus are much much more than simply a variant of assassination.

    A Vindicare can't snipe the Farseer who has already foreseen when he will be aiming long before he pulls the trigger

    Callidus infiltration into a Sorcerer's retinue won't work when the heretic enjoys clawing inside his subordinate's brains for fun

    For all their drug fueled rage that makes bolter fire feel like raindrops an Eversor's soul is just as naked before the perils of the warp as a guardsman's.

    What the other three CAN'T do Cullexus does
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:46 No.9495781

    Good god that thing would be the.. The Ur-Eversor or something. I would NOT want to be anywhere in the same sector as that.

    Especially since it can pilot flying vehicles.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:46 No.9495794

    OH SHI-

    Hm. What would unnatural Fellowship be? Mary Sue Aura?


    Chem-Glands, mah boi. The only reason the Officio doesn't make the Eversor able to produce them by itself is because they want the bastard to die by himself if he becomes too insane to control.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:47 No.9495797
    I made an ad-hoc statline for a Callidus assassin once (pre-ascension) for my party to fight. I was pretty lucky guessing the statline and it's pretty much the same as the Eversor, though without US/UT x2 because I hadn't even considered that, and with a decent fellowship score.

    She had all the melee talents (lightning attack, wall of steel/step aside, etc), and most skills, with a heavy emphasis on social manipulation and chemistry knowledge.

    Her armour was an armoured bodyglove with cameleoline upgrades and that sort of jazz; her C'Tan Phase Sword was statted as a RT Ghost Sword, and the NeuroShredder I used as a Blood Boil attack, with the DoS for hitting the enemy determining the strength of the attack.

    It worked out pretty well for the most part. Except for the hallucinogen grenade she failed HORRIBLY against that left her lying on the ground playing dead.

    Our techpriest (missing his breacher dendrite and half his legs from her parries) saw through the trick and riddled her with hellgun fire. Now he has some sweet phat loot to hide from the party.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:47 No.9495800
    Chem-gland or whatever it's called from Inquisitor's Handbook.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:48 No.9495831

    Even if you know the attack is coming, it doesn't matter if you can't do anything about it.
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    Hug the fuck out of them, Philippe!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:49 No.9495866
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:49 No.9495868

    Assassin Synskin is, coincidentally enough, Best quality Synskin with built-in cameleoline.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:51 No.9495895
    You can. . . NOT BE THERE
    Farseers don't see moments into the future, they can see, albeit vaguely, long enough to concoct entire stratagems (hence the FAR) A Farseer that foresees a mon-keigh sniper aiming at him can just hit hole up, send out tons of Rangers to case the place, or just leave
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:52 No.9495915
    Yeah, again, it was pretty lucky guesswork, as both suits have AP3 all over, and the bodyglove was modified enough to have synskin properties I believe.

    In fact, it might've been a best-quality AB too, which would be AP4. Not the the boltguns, hellguns, and power weapons of the party cared much.
    >> Sneaky Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)20:52 No.9495921
    Find the target kill the target kill anything in the way praise the emperor kill the target find the target-

    The Eversor wanted to scream, wanted to chant and rave and chatter like it normally did as it flew at its targets. It stuck to moving its lips behind the mask in a constant litany.

    It was hiding. Quivering from the drugs and sheer anticipation; the Eversor had been dispatched and told to eliminate this House of Irjeld. It didn't know why; only that the house was to be eliminated. There would be guards with weapons to be eliminated. There would be house-members to be eliminated. There would be xenos to be eliminated. There would be so MUCH to eliminate in the name of the God-Emperor. So much to do.

    It went through the genemarkers pressed into its mind again. Tall-brown-lean-hairy-healthy-beaky-tall-brown-lean-praise the emperor.

    Its mind scuttled around the images that popped up of the target, curled around the maps in its mind, snapped at the aching, throbbing wait the schedule had promised.

    It was forced to wait for the lord to come to him. The rules in its mind- God-Emperor spoke to him the rules all right there loud and golden, two-headed eagles- told him to wait, wait, wait. Wait until he came in. Wait for the crowd. Wait for the xeno. Wait!

    It hated waiting! It's whole body thrummed with the drugs- the needles in its spine dosing it into wakefulness. So awake, can't even blink. So glad for the mask.

    The Eversor shivered in the ducts above the court of Irjeld, and waited, its whole body a testament to the God-Emperor's wrath.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:52 No.9495926
    And it wouldn't die from the lack of drugs. Oh, god. This.... THING is damn near invincible.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:53 No.9495935
    Yeah, they tend to see major galatic events as opposed to individual minor things.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:53 No.9495947

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:53 No.9495957
    Eversor done right.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:54 No.9495967
    >>9495935Yeah, they tend to see major galatic events as opposed to individual minor things.

    Guide/Fortune/Doom is the farseer seeing the immediate things and acting on it
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:55 No.9495981
    If it's third stage Halo fusion, then he can COME BACK FROM THAT.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:56 No.9495998
    Ones own demise is not a "minor thing". Hell Eldrad was able to see his own path coming to an end in the middle of foreseeing the Black Crusade and Necrons and shit. Granted its Eldrad but still.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:56 No.9496000
    >Implying they constantly do that

    Only in a battle. They need to take a psychic test for them, I doubt they'd want to be doing that constantly.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:56 No.9496005
    >Pilot (flyers)

    You're now imagining an Eversor doing 9/11 on steroids to kill a single person.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:56 No.9496012

    Throwing a stage 3 Halo Device monster into the sun might kill them. I stress that *might*

    He'd probably attempt to kill the sun.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)20:56 No.9496014

    And, of course, there are 9001 threats to their safety which they can all see, which they have to deal with individually (okay, so if I go somewhere else, the Vindicare won't find me, but then I get nommed by a Lictor, or the Orks lead a WAAAAGH into my territory, etc.)

    This doesn't count the times when a Farseer CAN'T flee (he has to personally direct a battle; it happens) and then it puts him in danger of being killed. Plus, Farseeing isn't omniscience, and it definitely isn't omnipotence.

    That said, any Vindicare who gets within range of a Farseer's Mind War (~ 140m) is begging to die (YOUR HEAD ASPLODE). Technically, he can dodge it, but that's contingent on the DM's permission.
    >> An0nymous !gkWeiOwuW2 04/28/10(Wed)20:57 No.9496033

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:58 No.9496042
    Piloting a Dauntless Cruiser into a Hive City then leaping out to chase down the rebel governor?
    >> Sneaky Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)20:58 No.9496046
    why thank you.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)20:58 No.9496053
    He didn't see that Slannesh was going to nom him.

    Just because you can see that your going to die doesn't mean you know how, where, when or whodunnit.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:00 No.9496107

    For the Empra.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:01 No.9496116
    Sounds like he's going after Governor Malaki Vess.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:01 No.9496118

    Some of them might also plan in advance for it.

    "Ok, I'll die. But on the plus side, while he's here killing me he isn't assassinating the rogue planetary governor who is about to fall to chaos, prompting a crusade that would have targeted my craftworld in fifty years to be diverted there instead."
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:03 No.9496157
    Something like that.

    Perhaps more like crashing a huge orbital freight barge or something like that in the Hive Spire his target is located in.
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:08 No.9496260
    >Secondary heart activated
    This makes me grin.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:08 No.9496264
    What I meant was that a Scout, though having the Space Marine bits, is not necessarily a better shot or sniper than a Vindicaire. Even a Scout from a chapter that uses scout not as an introductory step, but as elite sniper scouts.

    Besides, assassins would get inquisition-level tech.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:09 No.9496282

    Why is that Manta flying so low?

    OH GOD.....

    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:10 No.9496301

    Hm, so the Eversor is actually coherent enough to talk...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:11 No.9496313
    >1 nuke
    >1 eversor

    >> Driving Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)21:11 No.9496315
    It screamed into the lift-port, shrieked past the doors. Anything in its way was murdered- bodies sliced open, through clothes, through armors, through anything that was in its way.

    Find the heretic! Kill the heretic! Find-and-kill-and-maim-and-eliminate! Praise the God-Emperor! Find! Kill! Praise!

    The doors didn't stop it. The walls didn't stop it. The Arbites certainly didn't stop it. It was a mass of death and faith made flesh, screaming uncontrollably in pain or ecstasy or rage or everything at once. It slammed through the servitors, climbing over the massive, dumb things, leaving gouges that killed them with poison mere moments later. It wailed through security- none of the defense mechanisms started up, as if afraid of the Emperor's wrath.

    Hunt the heretic! Burn the target! Hunt-and-burn-and-kill-and-eliminate! Praise the God-Emperor! Hunt! Kill! Praise!

    The Eversor crashed into the little foil, ripping open the door with its terrible claws, pausing in the new window, letting loose shots while howling unintelligibly and shaking violently.

    It crawled over the bodies shaking and jumping and twitching, the needles in its spine spurring it onward- Find! Kill! Praise! they sang.

    It put shaking hands on the throttle, gun dropping to the ground, forgotten. Rules long-since pressed into its head leaped to the fore, golden-eagle-double-header voice singing the way to the target, through this machine, through this.

    The foil shuddered and erupted into the sky, bobbling wildly. The target would not escape. It would eliminate this heretic!

    Fly! Kill! Praise!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:12 No.9496329
    I didn't mean to imply that they'd be a better shot, just that they'd have more implants.

    I'm sure a Vindicare could completely rip apart a squad of scouts. Or two. Or three.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:12 No.9496331
    Sounds like the Angry Marines strip about Nurgle and the Litany of Litany's Litany.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:14 No.9496353
    >"Emperor preserve me."

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:14 No.9496356

    This comic is a bit dated, so I wouldn't put too much stock in that. It seems totally out of character and lame to me.
    >> That fucking Techpriest !G5SvoRhkI. 04/28/10(Wed)21:15 No.9496363

    That was hilarious.

    And while we can't for sure we certainly won't say that they were not rocking out as they rode that battle barge
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:15 No.9496366
    This makes me happy.

    >> That fucking Techpriest !G5SvoRhkI. 04/28/10(Wed)21:15 No.9496380

    The little Eversor who could.
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    >> Driving Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)21:16 No.9496392
    Of all the things I expect an Eversor to say, 'Emperor preserve me' is actually on the list.

    Probably have ceramite-strong faith in the Emprah rooted down in that mess of drugs and more drugs that makes them up.
    >> That fucking Techpriest !G5SvoRhkI. 04/28/10(Wed)21:18 No.9496431

    Best way to describe an Eversor.

    A killing machine with a pharmacy for blood.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:19 No.9496447

    Fluff drift, yeah. Although I kind of like the idea of a dual-personality Eversor who can go from kindly innocent chap in a stasis tank to MY NAME IS HUGE when his drugs are turned on.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:19 No.9496456
    That stuff reminds me of Venom.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:19 No.9496457
    Callidus stats nearing completion, just gotta make the rules for the Neural Shredder and Phase Sword.
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    Someone put this awesomeness on 1d4chan, poste haste!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:21 No.9496487
    There's nothing to suggest that Everors are stupid.

    Just because you're a berserker doesn't mean you're incapable of things like intelligent speech.

    Once again, if they were that bad, then they'd have the rage rule on the tabletop. But they don't, which means they're of sound mind, and capable of making tactical judgments on the fly. They can also tell friend from foe, and even avoid killing someone.
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    Ah, yes, and the Battle Barge MAXIMUM FUCK.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:22 No.9496497
    Now we need a pic of an Eversor slaughtering his way through a Hive City while chanting "I THINK I CAN, I THINK I CAN, I THINK I CAN..."
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:22 No.9496511
    Fucking ON IT.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:23 No.9496517
    You'd need that sort of faith. You wouldn't want an Eversor to end up devoting it self to Chaos.

    I don't really think of SM implants as regular implants. After all, those implants /make/ him a Marine. A Vindicaire's implants might be like a commlink in his head, HUD retina projector, subdermal armour, mechanical heart and lungs, and stuff like that.

    Kind of like mech-augs in Deus Ex.
    >> An0nymous !gkWeiOwuW2 04/28/10(Wed)21:23 No.9496524
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    I always loved this one...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:24 No.9496547

    like that statues from Thief deadly shadows.

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    >> That fucking Techpriest !G5SvoRhkI. 04/28/10(Wed)21:24 No.9496551

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:25 No.9496559

    I didn't mean he'd be incapable of speech (although who would he talk to?), I found it deflating to see the Eversor showing an emotion like shock and surprise. This thing isn't human.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:25 No.9496576

    The candidate selection process for the Temple Assassins involves a great deal of faith-based culling. Given the incredible danger these agents pose should the go rogue, the Ordo Sicarius needs to be certain of their reliability. They tend to choose the individuals with quiet yet obstinate faith; the sort who are content to let everyone else do what they will but will absolutely not compromiose what they believe for any reason. Those with more vocal faith have difficulty maintaining cover on operational deployments to particularly corrupt empires, and those with more analytical faiths are vulnerable to persuasion.

    The sheer level of lethality required to become a Temple Assassin is so extreme its members cannot be accurately classed as human. The Eversor in particular is divorced from any concept of humanity, as they have been psychoindoctrinated in every single battlefield situation that could possibly exist. It's not unlike that 'how do you kill someone in X with X' game, except they already know all the answers. Their muscle reflexes and neurology after being hyperaccelerated are so fast that they are literally not capable of thought on their actions, because they actually start to act before the thought that led to the action has been fully processed.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:25 No.9496579
    It's crazy and pumped full of drugs, but it is still human.

    Besides, it was likely more pissed at failing than dying.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:26 No.9496580
    I'm just glad that Angry Marines don't use Combat Drugs.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:26 No.9496581

    That's more like it.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:26 No.9496588

    Phase Sword is simple: ignores Fields and Armor and all forms of Toughness Bonus. Neural Shredder should be a flamer-style weapon which tests against WP rather than AG to avoid. This retains the tabletop synergy of having a Culexus and a Callidus work in tandem; Culexus rapes their Ld down to worthlessness with his Soulless ability, then Callidus attacks their weakened Ld with her Neural Shredder. Note that Untouchables in DH also penalize all WP rolls in a radius around them...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:26 No.9496596
    Follow-up: Running around the city with the Imperial Governor's head on his own--"ITHOUGHTICOULDITHOUGHTICOULDITHOUGHTICOULDITHOUGHTICOULD."
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:27 No.9496597

    I meant that metaphorically.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:27 No.9496612

    no but we should start doing that.

    I wonder if we can make our own Shock Troopers.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:27 No.9496615
    Very very difficult to have a Callidus and Culuxus working together on the tabletop.

    the point of the Culuxus's power is to make psychic powers harder to use.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:27 No.9496619

    So, like the Midnighter, then?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:28 No.9496621
    rolled 3 = 3

    Does any one have that on daww comic with the cullexus and the little farmer guy?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:28 No.9496631
    Is the Eversor sort of like a grimdark Deadpool?
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:28 No.9496637

    Hm. Aren't all Assassins fearless? Or is it DCA? I'm mainly remembering from that Bell of Lost Souls article on the Assassins. IIRC the writer mentioned that.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:29 No.9496643
    All the assassins are. Only without the regeneration.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:30 No.9496659
    They're all Fearless, yes.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:31 No.9496677

    It's difficult to have ANY assassin work on the tabletop because they're just not the sort of thing that can be properly represented. A Vindicaire assassin should just be you choosing a model every turn and having it die. A Callidus assassin should involve you picking a character, having it die, then having the unit it's attached to die. A Culexus assassin should have every psyker on the table removed from the table in catatonia. A Venenum or Vanus assassin should be you picking a unit and saying it's dead. An Eversor assassin shoudl be you grabbing the model, smashing it round the table making explodey noises, and having it kill everything it touches until it breaks.

    They don't do these because it would be less fun.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:32 No.9496692
    Thread seriously lacks on the Eversors with tits department.

    You're slipping, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:32 No.9496698
    Aw man, WH40K: Eversor would be way better than Space Marine could ever hope to be. Especially with an in-depth stealth and parkour system. Maybe you can use different combat drugs to slow down time or increase speed or damage or something.

    I think the WET soundtrack would be fitting.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:32 No.9496699
    >Release Eversor in Australia
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496717
    ...I meant that to have a Callidus and Culuxus on the table together, you have to use up one HQ and all your elite slots.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496719
    Eh, Eversors can regenerate so long as they've got DRUUUUUGS
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496724
    Making exploding noises while hitting models with my eversor is the very definition of fun.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496725

    All the Eversors posted in this thread are female.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496734
    somebody should shoop the nuke into a giant sized eversor

    then his quote would make sense
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496735
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    >implying there aren't eversor tits on the first page of google image search
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:33 No.9496738
    Okay, now I've thought of the ultimate kind of Eversor. An Eversor with an active Pariah gene.

    That kind of stuff would be scary. Anti-warp berserker.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:34 No.9496743
    I still say that a 4 player game where each person plays as an assassin would be best.

    The Callidus, Vindi, and Culuxus have to clear the way for the Eversor to run rampant.
    >> That fucking Techpriest !G5SvoRhkI. 04/28/10(Wed)21:34 No.9496755

    The Eversor duh
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:34 No.9496756
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:35 No.9496759

    >Implying that that exact picture hasn't already been posted.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:35 No.9496773

    Prototype in 40K form? But instead of nomming people to restore health, every person you kill gets you high on murder and "heals" you.


    Frighteningly doable. You can be a Null for 400 XP.

    Mother of fuck.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:36 No.9496775

    I don't think it'd work, sicne the players would take the ultimate power as a key to go kill everything instead of realising that assassins are intended to use subterfuge and supreme fieldcraft skills to get their job done exactly right. Making them Vanus assassins would work better for that.
    >> Captain AdMech guy 04/28/10(Wed)21:36 No.9496785
    The Eversor howled through the halls, feeling something like release as it was allowed to simply run and follow the phero-trace that the target left behind. It screamed. It yelled. It laughed. It sang praises to the God-Emperor for letting it serve so fully, so wholly in body!

    Praise the God-Emperor, for He is the sun and the faith and the everything good! He is the stimm in your blood, the needles in your spine, the claws on your hand!

    It killed so many things. Blue things. Flesh things. Metal things. Didn't matter. Claws and poison and their own guns. Didn't matter. Thin walls, doors, windows between rooms. Didn't matter. It would get to the target and eliminate it!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:36 No.9496795
    It's the only way to make an Eversor even more terrifying.
    >> Captain AdMech guy 04/28/10(Wed)21:37 No.9496798
    Then it hit the door. It would not open to his security overrides. It screamed. It would not open to his claws. It roared. It would not open to his gun. It shrieked. It had no bombs to open it! It was blocked! Thwarted!

    The Eversor collapsed to the ground and writhed in rage-agony-despair at being denied. It shook and shuddered and screamed even louder.

    Then it rolled onto it's hands and knees and vomited blood. Needles in its spine stabbed deeper.

    The God-Emperor was displeased- He who is the moon and the faith and everything good! He who is in your blood and in your spine and in your legs, fleeing you for your lack of faith!

    It stood again, quavering, its own blood joining the others', and threw itself at the door's lock. A MIU port! A keypad! The Emperor provides!

    It shrieked in joy as it started hitting keys, more things bubbling up from the dark depths, singing the path to the target. It took a few agonizing seconds of hitting and screaming and starting anew, but the door gave way. The phero-trace was strong!

    The Eversor did a flip as it ran through the door, its whole body a fluid whip of promised death and agony.

    Praise the God-Emperor for he is the stars and the faith and the everything good! He is the path to the target, the needles in your spine and the gun in your hands!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:37 No.9496803
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:37 No.9496805
    Make it like a Hitman style game, and I think people would go with it.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:37 No.9496816

    Except you don't regenerate so much as analyse the exact weaknesses and lack of balance created in your body by the missing arm, and adjust your combat style to compensate to the point where the reduced capacity is elementary anyway since you're still the most deadly anything never.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:37 No.9496818
    >>9496795the only way to make an Eversor even more terrifying.

    he does everything with his pants off
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:39 No.9496850
    Imagine this: You are an experienced Cultist that's lived through an Eversor attack through pure luck. Now, another one has shown up and you think you know how to deal with it. But the psykers can't do shit. In fact, they start bleeding from every hole in their head and dying. Then you take a good look at the assassin and realize that it seems a lot scarier than the previous one. In fact, it's like a hologram to you. There's no substance in the Warp, yet you can see it killing your men.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:40 No.9496870

    hell, why not take the concept all the way?

    Warhammer 40k: Assassin, with different game modes for each of the main temples, and minor story mentions of less playable temples (Vanus I am looking at you)
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:40 No.9496872
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:41 No.9496883
    This would be the sole reason why I'd want to be a Angry Mahreen.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:41 No.9496884
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    Doomrider knows the score, and he wants no part of it.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:41 No.9496888
    It wouldn't sell as many models.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:42 No.9496903
    It'd be like Deus Ex, but with all the customization at the beginning.

    Or Starcraft Ghost.

    Oh wait.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:42 No.9496910
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    fine, be that way.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:42 No.9496917
    Okay, almost done with the stats. I'll get the story up on 1d4chan in a bit.
    I fear I may be bullshitting the neural shredder a bit, though...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:43 No.9496930
    What about the Callidus' poisoned blades?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:44 No.9496946
    Orks should get their own version of Imperial Assassins
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:44 No.9496950
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    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:45 No.9496983
    i do everything with my pants off and it doesn't seem to make me any scarier

    don't see why it'd be any different for an eversor
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:45 No.9496992
    There's an Assasins Mission in the old Assasins Codex. Pretty cool shit.
    >> Captain AdMech guy 04/28/10(Wed)21:46 No.9497014
    Ugh this one formatted like shit. Fuck. Not to mention I fucked up the namefaggotry.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:47 No.9497030
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    they just call him Killboy.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:47 No.9497040

    Orky Deff Kommandoz.

    The sneakiest and kunningest gitz o' da waaagh.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:48 No.9497049
    This should be renamed the Eversor Tribute:


    I like to think it represents the terror and fury of an Eversor attack, the part around 2/3rds is where the enemy thinks they have put him down.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)21:48 No.9497050

    Fuck that. VANUS is the nightmare mode. If you leave any compelling evidence, you are immediately recalled. If you are discovered, your implants spontaneously combust. Now infiltrate that twenty-kilometre-high temple full of three hundred million guards and kill the guy in charge in such a way that nobody ever knows he's gone.

    Hell, have exactly the same mission with six different ways of play. Eversor is HACKSLASHMODE. Vindicaire is you stealthclimbing the outside of the structure for the entire eighteen hours of gameplay, slietly killing everyone in your way and throwing them off the tower, then having to shoot the traitor in the head through a kilometre of glass windows and decorative columns. Callidus is like an entire game of the sneaky bits of Prototype except you have to hide the bodies, and the more important people you kill the more you have to juggle identities so nobody finds you out until you get the traitor alone so you can explain the wrongness of his actions before killing him. Venenum is the easymode of Vanus, since you can be discovered and leave small evidence without autolosing but you still can't kill directly. Culexus wouldn't work since it'd be like Eversor but weaker. Maybe you can ASSUME DIRECT CONTROL of psykers.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:48 No.9497051
    There were a couple. The vindicare sniper one, and the assassin temple one.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:48 No.9497054

    Except the berzerker pack never, ever wears off till the Ever-sore is dead dead dead. At which point it goes all Alien on you and sprays everything in range with it's acidic-poison gory guts. Which used to be human before all the drugs and implants and such.
    >> Shas'o R'myr !!TZikiEEr0tg 04/28/10(Wed)21:48 No.9497061

    'eavy duty insertions out of their Chinork, deep behind enemy lines...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:50 No.9497099
    Blood Axe kommando sniper

    you know why they say orks are shitty shots? 'cause the one that can does his job, nobody survives to tell.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:52 No.9497129

    Was thinking similer myself. An level based game with a selection of assassin characters and open-ended ways to finish the mission.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:54 No.9497160
    psyker eversor
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:54 No.9497161
    >The Culexus Assassin slays his foe by using a deadly psychic blast directed through an ancient device known as an Animus Speculum. It is unknown how this device functions fully, but it is speculated that the warp energy separated from its targets by the null aura of the Culexus is held in this device and then unleashed. Indeed, the weapon becomes more and more potent when within the vicinity of psykers. The device fires bolts of negative psychic energy and drains the power of nearby psykers to bolster its power. Secondly, the Culexus carries an Etherium, a device that induce enormous distortion and confusion in all nearby enemies psychic or not, the fact that the enemy is already disconcerted by the soulless Culexus combined with the Etherium makes the Culexus impossible to target.

    Culexus would be like a Survival Horror game, except -you- are the monster. the game would be a constant acid trip that only gets more and more trippy the closer you get to the target.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:54 No.9497170
    The more I think about it, the more I wish I knew where my copy of Prototype was.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:55 No.9497183

    Amusingly enough, we'd probably have:

    Da Vindicarork, da Ork wit da shootiest shoota dat fires a choppa what explodes when it hitz.

    Da Callidork, da sneaky git wot sticks a piece of paper wit da face of da enemy git on 'im an' chops 'im ta bitz.

    Da Culexork, da Weirdboy dat makes da enemy Weirdboyz' 'eadz explode when 'e looks at 'em funny.

    And then there's the Eversork, who forms up in mobs of 10-30 and can be taken as a Troops choice.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:58 No.9497248
    The Eversor seems like the type of driver who misreads speed limit signs on purpose, sees every light as green, and plays music so loud that he couldn't hear you complain if he wanted to. But you're dead anyways.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)21:58 No.9497258

    The Vindicare must be codenamed Golgotha-XIII.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)21:59 No.9497263
    I like this idea and lament that it'd be a sufficiently big but non-mainstream project to get made these days.
    >> Iron Lung 04/28/10(Wed)21:59 No.9497280
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    *+1 Internets Awarded!*
    Good show, operative!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:01 No.9497306
    Okay, here we go. I was sparse on the equipment, because this represents a bare-bones Callidus. Add additional gear as you see fit.

    WS 70; BS 70; S 38; T 38; Ag 65; Int 44; Per 55; WP 50; Fel 65
    Move: 6/12/18/30
    Wounds: 22
    Mastered Skills: Athletic Mastery, Charismatic Mastery, Common Lore Mastery, Driving Mastery, Fieldcraft Mastery, Forbidden Lore Mastery, Linguistic Mastery, Observation Mastery, Piloting Mastery, Shadow Craft Mastery, Stealth Mastery, Tech Lore Mastery.
    Skills: Carouse, Evaluate, Inquiry +20, Interrogate +20, Logic.
    Paragon Talents: Basic Weapons Expertise, Blade Dancer, Heightened Reactions, Melee Weapon Expertise, Mental Aegis, Pistol Expertise, Storm of Blows, Thrown Weapon Expertise, Unassailable Grace.
    Talents: Crack Shot, Exotic Weapons Training (Needle Rifle, Neural Shredder), Jaded, Fearless, Gunslinger, Temple Assassin†, Mimic, Polymorphine-Use††.
    †The Callidus has the Temple Assassin Trait (Ascension, p.91)
    ††The Callidus Assassin can make use of Polymorphine to change her shape. To do so requires a Full Action: The Assassin must then make an Easy (+30) Willpower Test. On a success of any degree, the Callidus may change her form into that of any other humanoid, at the discretion of the GM.
    Traits: Unnatural Fellowship (x2).

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:02 No.9497314
    (Continued from above...)

    Armour: Best craftsmanship synskin bodyglove (AP3, All) with integrated cameleoline, infra-red goggles, micro-bead, rebreather.
    Weapons: Neural shredder (20m, Clip 1, Rld 2Full)‡, Phase sword‡‡ (1d1011† E, Balanced).
    † Includes Strength Bonus.
    ‡ The Neural Shredder does not do conventional damage; however, it instead attacks the central nervous system of an individual, causing a variety of horrific effects, ranging from convulsion, to loss of consciousness, to complete death. The weapon does not require reloading, but after each shot must be given 2 Rounds to recharge. The wielder does not make a Ballistics Skill Test for this weapon, but rather, simply fires it, and any enemy in a 30 degree arc from the firer out to the weapon’s range must make an Agility Test or be hit. A target hit by this weapon must make an immediate Hard (-20) Toughness Test: A success indicates no effects. However, a failure indicates the target is Stunned for 1d5 Rounds; a failure by 1-3 degrees indicates the target is Stunned for 1d10 Rounds; a failure by 4-6 degrees indicates the target takes 1d10 Energy damage, and is knocked Uncoscious; a failure by 7+ degrees requires a secondary Toughness Test - if this is failed, then the target dies as his neurons fry.
    ‡‡ Phase swords are incredibly bizarre weapons which have the amazing ability to bypass any defense, making them very potent weapons indeed. All phase swords count as Best Quality, and an attack made by a phase sword ignores the effects of Armor, Fields, or Toughness Bonus on Damage dealt by the weapon.
    Equipment: Personal medikit, pict-recorder.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:03 No.9497336
    Okay, anybody have any issues with these?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:04 No.9497358
    Also, phase sword should read like this:

    "Phase sword‡‡ (1d10+11† E, Balanced)"

    There's no such thing as a d1011.
    >> Dr. Baron von Evilsatan 04/28/10(Wed)22:05 No.9497364

    That's just hwo powerful a Phase Sword is.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:06 No.9497376
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    "It's 106 miles to target, he's got a full head of combat drugs, half a PDF in his way, it's broad daylight, and he's wearing someone's skull as a hat."

    "Hit it."
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)22:08 No.9497415

    Shouldn't the Neural Shredder make the other guy test against WP?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:09 No.9497423

    Great Inquisitors, or greatest Inquisitors?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:12 No.9497467
    I considered that for a moment.
    However, Willpower seems to focus more on acts of, well... willpower. The weapon is attacking a key part of the body to test its resistance, which seemed to me to better-fit a Toughness Test.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)22:12 No.9497468

    +30 to Driving.
    >> Operative XLVII 04/28/10(Wed)22:13 No.9497485

    It could work either way, yeah. I just thought that it would be fitting that someone with massive mental fortitude could shrug its effects off. Plus, a callback to the tabletop game where Neural Shredders test against Ld instead of Toughness.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:14 No.9497497
    Y'know, with all the combat drugs, an Eversor driving reminds me of Hunter S. Thompson/Raoul Duke from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:17 No.9497532
    >Hunter S. Thompson/Raoul Duke from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
    >an author being from a book he wrote himself

    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:17 No.9497540
    Ta-da. 1d4Chan page about the earlier writefaggotry.
    Hm. Think I should add the original post's image to the page also?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:19 No.9497557
    The book was semi-autobiographical, semi-fiction. The character Raoul Duke was loosely based upon himself.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:19 No.9497561
    we can't stop here this is Night Lords Country.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:19 No.9497563
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    "you listening?"
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:25 No.9497687
    I'd hate to think of an Eversor stuck in traffic.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:27 No.9497719
    "They're not going to stop us. We're on a mission from the God-Emperor."
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:30 No.9497770
    Man, my friends and I were going to write a script for a really cheesy action movie. Now I have to convince them to put the equivalent of an Eversor in. We already have one bad guy, I think an Eversor would be a good fit.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:32 No.9497811

    what role would an eversor play? ultimate doom?
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:33 No.9497833
    I like to think of eversor as a stasis necromorph from DeadSpace.

    >> Captain AdMech guy 04/28/10(Wed)22:33 No.9497835
    Bomb you have to stop from being activated.

    Then you fail.

    Bomb you have to escape until it explodes.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:34 No.9497845
    any role he wants, you going to try and stop him?

    record and record and hope like hell he doesn't go berserk and kill your actors
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:34 No.9497847
    An Eversor with Unnatural Agility x4.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:34 No.9497848
    Probably "Final Boss's last ditch effort to off the main characters by hiring the craziest hitman in the country". We only have one scene planned out, but it involves a shootout in a casino with a guy named Joe Martini.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:35 No.9497856
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:36 No.9497886
    I remember before Ascension came out, someone needed stats for an Eversor. It was suggested that it kill the 1d10 closest units to it each round for a day, then exploded.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:37 No.9497911
    If I knew one of these was after me I would kill myself to save it the time.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:38 No.9497927
    You'd just be making it mad. It would go into the warp and kill your soul.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:39 No.9497948
    There should be a scene where the guy is shot right in the heart and falls down. The main character looks over him, thinking he's dead and spouts so witty one liner only to GET INTERRUPTED WITH A FIST RIGHT TO THE FACE ITS ON NOW!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:40 No.9497971
    No objections to Callidus rules? Great!

    Perhaps next I'll make rules for a Culexus...
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:43 No.9498008
    Well, maybe not Joe Martini, since that's not his style, but definitely someone else. Joe Martini is pretty laid back. In fact, the entire gunfight he'll have a martini in his hand and a pistol in the other. But the fist interrupt would definitely work with a no-nonsense hitman. "Heh. Shot through the heart, and I'm to bl-" FIST "Fucking amateur! Didn't even hit any vital organs." Then hand-to-hand fight.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:45 No.9498043
    I meant that the Eversor based character would be the one shot in the heart, and punch the protagonist (or who ever wants to say the WOL).
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)22:46 No.9498058
    That would definitely work. Or, since it's an Eversor, it'd probably do some kind of spinny kick flip thing.
    >> Acting Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)22:59 No.9498326
    It whined and shivered in its spot. Wait!

    The God-Emperor told him so! Wait and sing and leap only when told. Do as you're told. Wait. Do.

    There was a snap from somewhere behind the Eversor, and it exploded into motion.


    In one moment, it pulled the heroine down into a mockery of romance, lips pressed against the skull-mask so hard her teeth shattered. He held her so tight her arms broke. She screamed, and he screamed back at her, so fully in love his whole body seemed to sing with hers in praise for the God-Emperor.

    Then he bound forward, handspring-into-flip-onto-hands, at the male secondary love interest, backhanding him, letting a chittery scream out at the other, lesser, thing. Kill! Eliminate! Remove the opposition! It let the man start to stand before ripping forward again, slamming claws into him, claws and the gun and bullets!

    It quivered in ecstasy for the moment it took for the man to die before folding almost double, shivering and muttering as it struggled to wait long enough for the true antagonist to appear.

    She stepped through the door, and the Eversor nearly giggled with joy-hate-agony as it jammed its claws into her shoulder, pulling her in close, 'kissing' her gently, lovingly, on her free arm's hand. Then he bit her fingers off.

    She died screaming and lipless, her eyes plucked from her head and her knees shot out from under her.

    Such beautiful work! In the name of the God-Emperor, give praise! Praise! Kill! ACT!
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)23:06 No.9498478
    I might just have to put this in the movie.
    >> Anonymous 04/28/10(Wed)23:20 No.9498686
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    My day has been made.
    >> Adjective Eversor 04/28/10(Wed)23:51 No.9499195
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    >> Adjective Eversor 04/29/10(Thu)00:08 No.9499435
    Okay that's a bit much on the praise thing. Settle down, now.
    >> Anonymous 04/29/10(Thu)00:18 No.9499570

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