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    63 KB Blarg Rites of Battle Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:15 No.15032725  
    Man I just feel like making a Rites of Battle chapter. I know you have too many, but I'm bored and have a Space Marine army to customize and need inspiration, so let's get this trainwreck rolling. 1d10 for reason it was founded.
    >> never op 05/24/11(Tue)03:16 No.15032736
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    rolled 6 = 6

    hope this works if not tell me what it should've been for my dice rolls
    >> OP 05/24/11(Tue)03:24 No.15032784
    It works. The chapter was made to counter a specific threat. 1d100 time of founding.
    >> never op 05/24/11(Tue)03:26 No.15032800
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    rolled 5 = 5

    i'd say get a triptag on incase this turns intoa shitstorm or something till then i appear to be the only one. LETS HAVE IT THEN
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:26 No.15032804
    rolled 30 = 30

    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:28 No.15032813
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    >Here we go again
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:32 No.15032855
    Fine whatevs.
    32nd millennium. Okay, 1d100 progenitor (Please don't be Ultramarines)
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:33 No.15032868
    rolled 35 = 35

    No Wardmarines then. OK.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:36 No.15032880
    Well fuck. Ultramarine descendent. Hope we aren't pure geneseed. 1d10 for Geneseed quality.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:36 No.15032882
    rolled 6 = 6

    >1d10 for reason it was founded.

    A paperwork error on the part of the administratum
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:37 No.15032891
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    >mfw we're about to get the Guadians Exemplar twice
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:39 No.15032905
    Guardians Exemplar were pretty much accidental ripoffs of the Red Scorpions, in retrospect.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:39 No.15032908
    rolled 8 = 8

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:42 No.15032932
    Hooray, Altered Stock!
    1d10 for geneseed deficiencies.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:44 No.15032951

    Except they are nazis/kkk but thats all good too. The way I see them, they are a satire of the work that Matt Ward puts out.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:47 No.15032970
    rolled 2 = 2

    Great. At least they won't be another Generic Blandmarine descendent,
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:49 No.15032982
    Hyper sensitive eyes. Can see in the dark, but take their helmets off and everything's too bright. 1d100 for characteristics.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:51 No.15033004
    rolled 85 = 85

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:52 No.15033010
    +5 Weapon Skill and Fellowship. These dudes are both expert swordsmen and total bros. 1d100 for figures of legend.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:54 No.15033022
    rolled 12 = 12

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:55 No.15033033
    He's a dude from a previous chapter. Reroll to see who he was.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:57 No.15033044
    rolled 5 = 5

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)03:58 No.15033055
    Ignoring roll because it says to reroll if you land on this twice.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)03:59 No.15033064

    nice dubs in a row
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:00 No.15033074
    you missed
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:00 No.15033075
    rolled 10 = 10

    Damn. Let's try again.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:02 No.15033093
    Hooray for coincidences!
    Shit that's unlucky. Yet another roll needed.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:05 No.15033108
    rolled 1 = 1

    FUUUUUUUUUUUCK! What I've done to anger the dice?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:06 No.15033116
    rolled 95 = 95

    It did it again, didn't it.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:10 No.15033133
    Your unluck has run out. Anyway, our hero was just a lowly Battle-Brother. 1d100 for his great deeds.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:13 No.15033151
    rolled 72 = 72

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:14 No.15033158
    He fucked over a craftworld. 1d100 for their homeworld.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:17 No.15033176
    rolled 89 = 89

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:21 No.15033206
    They are the only inhabitants of their world. Another 1d100 to figure out why nobody else wants to live there.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:22 No.15033212
    rolled 96 = 96

    Can do.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:27 No.15033242
    Apparently this chapter has decided oxygen is for the weak, because there's no atmosphere where they are. Skipping relationship with home world because all their subjects died of asphyxiation. 1d10 to see how much they obey the Codex Astartes.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:33 No.15033281
    rolled 3 = 3

    Ok. And btw this last thing that I roll as I've been up for last 22 hours and am getting more than little bit sleepy.
    >> Skritt !F.UrPIhxd2 05/24/11(Tue)04:33 No.15033284
    Codex astartes is for smurfs and bitches. Real chapters ignore it
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:36 No.15033300
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:37 No.15033304
    Fuck, they follow the Codex. 1d10 for combat doctrine because I don't want them just to use plain ol' balanced Codex Astartes strategies.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:39 No.15033322
    Any idea on colour scheme?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:42 No.15033338
    I can't remember how to roll on 4chan. >.<
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:43 No.15033340
    I was thinking black and red, because I'm thinking of a night and darkness theme for them.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:46 No.15033360
    rolled 10 = 10

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:50 No.15033385
    Terror! This makes me feel more like giving them a dark theme. Perhaps "GAZE INTO THE SHADOWS AND TREMBLE" as their battlecry?
    Anyway, Solo Mode powers! Skipping Squad Mode because that isn't really fluffy.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)04:53 No.15033405
    Forgot to mention it's a 1d100.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)04:55 No.15033416
    rolled 2 = 2

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:03 No.15033475
    They keep the Ultramarine's one. Okay, 1d100 to determine their beliefs!
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:04 No.15033487
    rolled 100 = 100

    Possibly they believe that the Emperor was the ultimate personification of fear, and they strive to emulate that or something?
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:06 No.15033497
    And since we rolled Esoteric Beliefs, that's certainly an option. 1d10 to see their numbers.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:08 No.15033511
    rolled 8 = 8

    Sound like a night lords clone
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:12 No.15033542
    I have this idea of them being controversial because they believe that "Hey, before they were corrupted by Chaos, the Night Lords had some good ideas." Anyway, they are nominal. 1d100 to see their bestest friends.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:15 No.15033560
    rolled 77 = 77

    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:17 No.15033570
    Imperial Navy. Probably have some badass spaceships in their fleet. Anyway, 1d100 for their worstest enemy.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:20 No.15033591
    rolled 94 = 94


    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:27 No.15033637
    They are the enemies of the Dark Eldar. Now it is time to determine the name, livery and whatnot of the chapter. Here is my idea:

    Name: Dark Eyes
    Color Scheme: Red and Black
    Icon: A red eye with a crescent moon for a pupil.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:33 No.15033683
    rolled 94, 65 = 159

    Obsidion Shroud
    Black and red sounds alright
    The eye symbol sounds alright; could possibly represent the everwatchful eye of their chapter hero or whatever, in addition to representing whatever name they have.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:41 No.15033730
    The Chapter Hero was a single tactical marine of the Ultramarines who was stranded in a craftworld after a failed attack. As he could not carve his way out, he started killing Eldar and wearing their Soulstones as trophies. Eventually he managed to intimidate an Eldar passenger ship's captain to transport him to the nearest webway gate on an Imperial World. For his bravery and tenacity, he eventually became the founding member of whatever name this chapter has.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:47 No.15033755
    I wonder why they hate the dark eldar then, if their great deed was done to the eldar. Perhaps the dark eldar ended up killing the chapter hero?

    Sounds like they have a bit of a thing for eldar in general
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)05:53 No.15033777
    I have this idea that the souls in the Soulstones in the Chapter Master's artificer armor whisper to those who wear it, and when the Chapter Master fights Dark Eldar or Slaanesh worshippers, they throw him into a berserk rage.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)05:58 No.15033797
    e>>15033777 sounds awfully heretical; wearing soulstones and all, being coereced by eldar spirits. Better not let the inquisition check these guys out too much.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)06:08 No.15033850
    Yeah, the only reason why the hero did that was because he was batshit insane after having all his friends die and being forced to murder everyone he sees. If the chapter meets a puritan Inquisitor, they'd probably only barely manage to escape without being Excommunicate Traitoris'd.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:28 No.15033970
    then this guy is a fag. Space marines are trained so that being isolated in enemy territory doesn't have any influence on their abilities.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)06:35 No.15034029
    I don't really know much about how long they can stand or whatever.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:41 No.15034056
    during their initiation, space wolves are left for about two years in the wild, against savage beasts. And they're alone, naked, mutating and in the snow.

    I guess that your dude must have been left with the eldars for at least 20 years to start becoming weird.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)06:43 No.15034063
    Oh, okay. So lets alter it so he glued soulstones to his armor because he was always sorta a crazy bastard.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:44 No.15034070
    maybe suspicions about him endangering or betraying his squad?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:46 No.15034080
    Where can i find this system i'd like to has a mess around with it.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)06:49 No.15034104
    Deathwatch Supplement Rites of Battle.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:51 No.15034113

    Cheers brah.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)06:57 No.15034152
    The whole batshit insane thing... would whoever commisioned the chapters creation really allow someone who was "batshit insane" or who horded eldar soulstones to lead such a chapter? Maybe you can find someway to work around this. Possibly he became batshit insane after the chapters founding? or maybe the details are lost... (instant explanation).

    Oh yeh, chapter name - "The eyes of #Champion name here#"

    If you dont want an ultramarines name, you could always say he changed his name after founding the chapter or something, maybe as part of his new allegience.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)07:09 No.15034206
    far more believable.

    All chapter founders are supposed to be perfectly sane. But again, all marines are supposed to be. And there are still new CSM each decade.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)07:36 No.15034366

    I propose that the chapter master was stranded on an eldar craftworld for a period of time and was able to hold out single handedly after his squad mates were all picked off one by one. During this time, maybe he was able to do some awesome shit, such as kill several memebers of their seer council or destroy and aspect temple or something. He was later retreived in new assault by the Ultramarines. Blah blah, chapter hero, perfect material for founding a new chapter.

    One of his primary tactics he developed while on the craftworld was stealth and terror strikes to keep the eldar always guessing, or something like that. hence they use terror. Perhaps The soulstones in the chapter masters armour were looted eldar "gems" that they embeded into his armour to show his awesomenesss, not knowing they were soulstones or something...

    Maybe they didnt begin to affect his sanity until some years later? And so thats why he was given chapter command
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)07:37 No.15034369
    Man I don't think I can do much for these guy's fluff. Anyway bumpin' in the rare case someone might notice these guys.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)07:41 No.15034387
    Yeah that could work.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)07:49 No.15034427

    Any consensus on a name?
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:00 No.15034487
    Chapter Master Mordred (Previously known as Septimus, but he changed his name after he left the Ultramarines) didn't want to be like this. Not after so long. Those gems he plundered and attached to his armor, he could hear them screaming in rage. He always knew some men considered him mad, and he was deathly afraid their rumors would become true. He looked at the foul Dark Eldar across the battlefield and was filled with a great loathing he had never felt before. The screams became comprehensible speech as he marched closer. "slaves to their decadence" "fallen brethren" "kill them". In rage he charged up to their leader, and before he could react decapitated him with a clean cut from his power sword. With inhuman speed even for a Space Marine he quickly shot all of his escorts with his plasma pistol. Under his helmet, he grinned. He felt like hundreds, no, thousands more years of battle experience crept into him. With a mighty roar he descended upon the rest of the Dark Eldar army, the First Company following.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:05 No.15034513
    I like. Everyone likes an imperfect Ultramarine turned whatever this chapter is called.

    Where do they recruit from?
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:09 No.15034540
    I suggest their airless unpopulated homeworld is actually the moon of wherever they recruit from.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:18 No.15034588
    Compiling the info so far;

    Founded by Mandred (Formerly Septimus) of the Ultramarines in the 32nd Millenium, who was appointed the task for being awesome after surviving on an eldar craftworld.

    They can see in the dark, but not bright light. They are total bro's who have high fellowship as well as being good in melee.

    Their homeworld is a barren airless rock, the moon of their recruiting world.

    They excel in using terror tactics, however they stick within the confines of the codex astartes as laid down by their progenitor the Ultramarines.

    For the last 8000 plus years, their chapter has been at least partially influenced by the eldar it seems, as the soulstones (spoils of Septimus' time on the craftworld) seem to whisper and affect the mind of the wearer (the chapter master). Due to this they hate dark eldar and slannesh.

    Red and black colour scheme. Name, the Dark Eyes?

    1. Whats the culuture of the homeworld?
    2. What was the name of the craftworld Septimus / Mordred was stranded on?
    3. Chapter name?

    Personally I dislike the dark eyes, but I do like the use of Eyes somehow. Difficult to think of a name which captures the broish, codex following but terrorising nature of the chapter.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:20 No.15034595
    My mistake, should have been Mordred. >>15034588 I mistyped it as Mandred
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:25 No.15034635
    "dark eyes" sounds gay.

    Mandred works fine, too.

    black and red is overused and not so easy to make a good scheme with.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:29 No.15034658
    I suggest, once again, The Eyes of Mordred as the chapter name. Possibly The Eyes of Septimus. Don't see many loyalist chapters called Eyes of something.

    What might be a suitable colour scheme then for a chapter which uses terror tactics and obviously spends much time in the dark? How about Black and dark blue edging?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:32 No.15034686
    meh, we already have the Nightmares with this scheme.

    I say: coal black with bright red markings.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:36 No.15034707
    Many years later...

    Mordred had his honor guard take their leave. He sat alone with the Warlock he had captured for interrogation. "Now, Veldara, I have a single request for you." he said coldly. Veldara replied "I shall not give in to the likes of you! You have stolen the souls of my brethren!" Mordred edged closer to her, and quietly spoke "That is what I want to know about. I hear the gems in my armor. When I fight your kind, they weep. When I fight Chaos or Dark Eldar, they scream in rage." Veldara quickly responded, saying "Those gems contain the souls of those of us who have died! If your armor is damaged, it will feed She Who Thirsts herself!" Mordred took off his helmet and stared at her with black, emotionless eyes. "Good. You have confirmed my theory. Now, do you want to see your fallen brethren?" Before Veldara could respond, he quickly shot her in the head. Taking her soulstone, he left the dungeons, attaching it to his helmet.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:37 No.15034720

    I thought they were Purple and gold? Not Black and Dark Blue.

    Is coal black more of a greyish colour? I always associated dark grey and red with Ad Mech.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:40 No.15034745

    Even though embedding a gem into a power armor would require to melt the surface of the ceramite and then put it in before it solidifies
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:41 No.15034751
    the Nightmares have two colour scheme, one of them is black-ish purple and dark blue.

    I guess that coal black would be black, but more highlighted.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:45 No.15034787
    Many years later, still...

    Mordred laid on the ground, writhing in pain. A Dark Eldar poison had penetrated his armor, and he knew he would die shortly. Such a small thing as death would not stop him from serving the Emperor, though. He had a secret kept with the Chief Librarian, one that could ruin his chapter's reputation if it had gone out. He knew that one of the stones in his armor was empty, and attuned to him by the Librarian's ritual. He died with a strangely calm expression on his face.

    A week later, the new Chapter Master put on the armor of his predecessor. He heard the voices, and for a moment he thought he heard a very familiar one...
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:56 No.15034874
    And that was the end of Modred's Decline into Heresy and Eldarishness. Any questions?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)08:57 No.15034879
    exarch chapter masters are really cool, but the chapter itself sounds pretty bland, so far.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)08:59 No.15034906
    Yeah I know, we need to fluff out their Cult of Fear.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)09:09 No.15034986
    I also agree with Eyes of Mordred as the chapter's name.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:10 No.15034992
    Cult of fear...

    So, after having seperated from the Ultramarines, they developed a cult of fear somehow. Maybe due to the effect of the soulstones on the chapter masters over time, combined with the culture of their recruiting world.

    I suggest the recruits have to under go some sort of extreme fear challange; perhaps being hunted to the death by members of the chapter through a large open space over a week or so, whilst under the effect of psychotropic drugs / librarium psychic mind fucking that bring their worst nightmares to life?

    After conquering this fear and not being gunned / hacked down they might be recruited. As they conquered their fear, they might use it as their favoured weapon against the enemy (although space marines know no fear anyway, but i guess recruits do...)

    Perhaps the ruling class of the recruitment world is a bit similar to the Night Haunter, in that constant fear of punishment keeps the population inline. Maybe it could even be the chapter which performs this policing role while of duty?

    although this is pretty much ripped straight of from the night lords...
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:24 No.15035086
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    This looks pretty crap to be honest, but at least its something to improve upon
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:29 No.15035125
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    Every marine in the chapter wears cybergoggles. we need to expand upon this. corpse paints? spiky bitz? dark eldar-inspired gear?

    if we manage to choose a favored armor style, we can start working on it better. Like the Mk3 for the Jaws.

    I was suggesting bright red markings, and scary drawings on the armor, but I'm not sure
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:38 No.15035167
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    Mark 3 does look sort of cool... skull faced helment could inspire terror. Perhaps trophey racks could be a good idea.

    I like the idea of scarey drawings and markings on the armour in red.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)09:45 No.15035224
    Mark 3 is slow and impractical, and it was already taken. If we must use obsolete armor, I'm going with Mark 4.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:49 No.15035257
    Is the whole elder soulstone thing only limited to the chapter master? Do other suits of armour also have soul stones or stolen eldar gear / whatever incorporated?

    What about copying the banshee scream, or something similar. Emiting horrific screams from their armours vox caster once the attack is sprung in order to terrify the enemy?
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)09:50 No.15035265
    If everyone did it, they would've been killed off like most other renegades.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)09:53 No.15035304

    Ok. But How about the screams idea? Big guys, attacking in pitch black emitting deathly horrific screams and shouts could be terrifying. Perhaps even the screams of the dead could be part of their cult of fear... recorded from the very foes they slay, or something.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)09:55 No.15035320
    They recruit from Dark eldar slaves and crone worlds
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)09:57 No.15035341
    Those freed who have survived dark eldar slavedom will be pretty tough... and possibly immune to fear if they havent gone insane.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)10:06 No.15035412
    That sounds pretty cool.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)10:09 No.15035437
    Or perhaps immune to fear -because- they've gone insane.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)10:11 No.15035456
    They become a full battle brother once they have collected a certain number of eyes from the enemy; the eyes not only symbolise the name of the chapter but also their similarity to the "gems" collected by Mordred (shiny, smooth, spherical) allows them to mirror his example. Maybe the cult of fear suggests that the eyes are the window to the soul and by collecting eyes, a warrior might absorb a persons fear for later use? Possibly by eating them... or just keeping them in vials on his person.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)10:18 No.15035519
    okay, so:

    eyes in vials


    insane guys


    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)10:21 No.15035532
    >if they haven't gone insane
    It's Dark Eldar slaves we're talking about. Of course they fucking will be insane.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)10:22 No.15035538
    Their minds are so broken they can't be broke more.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)10:22 No.15035545
    dark eldar slaves would be complete junkies.

    Hrud prevent slaves from escaping by making them addicted to the pheromones they produce, why wouldn't the dark eldars do the same kind of thing?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)10:24 No.15035556
    Because horrifying torture and pain all the time tends to override all kinds of positive reinforcement.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)10:26 No.15035568
    The Dark Eldar want them not to stay. They feed off their suffering.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)10:28 No.15035581
    * Do not want them to want to stay
    fuckin sleep deprivation
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/24/11(Tue)10:33 No.15035626
    Anyway it's bedtime for me. Make this thread awesome for me in the morning, fa/tg/uys.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)10:44 No.15035719
    Could someone archive this thread? I think the Eyes of Mordred might have some promise if development continued.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)10:50 No.15035774
    I assume they no longer recruit (at least soley) from the planety their baron moon orbits, but they also recruit from freed dark eldar slaves. Could this lead to a caste system of sorts within the chapter? Those recruited from a certain place / being slightly insane due to months of torture being given special status?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)10:51 No.15035780

    Here we go.
    >> Brother-Captain Fumbles !qe95VseFaE 05/24/11(Tue)10:59 No.15035838
    not a bad start, what is there still to be done?
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)11:12 No.15035939

    Decent colour scheme needed. OP suggested black and red, but some posters have said that is overused.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)11:32 No.15036103

    How about gold, white and other "noble" colours? Sort of like how in Excalibur everything is shitty & grey, then you've got Mordred going around killing the Knights of the Round Table while wearing golden armour & a cherub mask.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)11:39 No.15036163
    Im not feeling that they are especially noble as a chapter though - they collect eyes as an iniation right, recruit from possibly insane dark eldar slaves and like to terrorise people up close and personal while screaming in their faces. And they do all of this in dark because of their super sensetive eye sight.

    As far as I can tell, the op suggested a dark colour scheme. I like that idea as well. If you think the white / gold scheme sounds cool, try it out on the marine painter and let anon decide.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)11:45 No.15036235
    Should I set up a 1d4chan page for these guys?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)11:51 No.15036280
    Please do. I think they could be interesting
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)12:01 No.15036386
    What was the specific threat the chapter was created to counter? Eldar?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)12:09 No.15036442
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    My attempt at a colour scheme.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)12:51 No.15036817
    And here is the wiki article:

    Also, there there was a lot of "eh"ing at the begining about the chapter being an Ultramarine successor. Perhaps we could make the Eyes of Mordred a successor of an Ultramarines successor? Shit does happen (The Executioners produced three successors. And they're batshit berserkers who wear human flesh on their pauldrons).
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)13:27 No.15037180
    >> Brother-Captain Fumbles !qe95VseFaE 05/24/11(Tue)14:40 No.15037996
    good idea.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)15:31 No.15038606
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    Okay then. Successor wise, the Eyes of Mordred are from the 32nd Millennium. This places them between the 3rd Founding (001.M32) and at the most, the seventh (Between the 3rd and 8th (mid-34th millennium), there are four foundings of unknown date, at least one of which is 33rd Millennium and one of which is 32nd Millennium)

    So, out of all the Smurf successors, it would be best for us to pick a chapter from the 2nd Founding. That leaves:
    Aurora Chapter - Armored Assault specialists.
    Black Consuls - Canonically destroyed by the Word Bearers
    Doom Eagles - Grim, depressed assault/stealth specialists.
    Eagle Warriors - Fleet-chapter. Bog standard.
    Genesis Chapter - Bog-standard. Space Newfoundlanders.
    Inceptors - Mentioned once. Ever. Oh GamesWorkshop.
    Iron Snakes - Greeks in Space.
    Libators - Also only ever mentioned once. Ever. Oh GamesWorkshop.
    Mortifactors - Voodoo marines lead by a Hungarian.
    Nemesis - Mentioned only once and that was in Chapter Approved. Welp.
    Novamarines - Codex die-hards. Fluff states no known successors.
    Patriarchs of Ulixis - No infomation.
    Praetors of Orpheus - Chapter which has close ties to the Adeptus Mechanicus.
    Silver Eagles - Lucky enough to have a colour scheme.
    Silver Skulls - Headhunters. Refuse to go into battle unless their Librarians think they'll win.
    White Consuls - Bog-standard. Also got fucked over by the Word Bearers, but actually survived.

    So what have we got from all this? Well, apart from the fact that Games Workshop loves only mentioning chapters once. Personally out of Smurf 2nd Founding Successors, I say we should either go with a chapter with no infomation on them, or go with the Doom Eagles.

    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)15:58 No.15038875

    Oh, I posted that sperg fest. But yeah, I still think the Doom Eagles would be the way to go.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)16:20 No.15039129
    >> Brother-Captain Fumbles !qe95VseFaE 05/24/11(Tue)18:08 No.15040004
    bump bump
    where will we be in the galaxy?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)18:35 No.15040180

    Well, they were formed to deal with Eldar, right? So I'm guessing somewhere close to the Exodite worlds?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)19:27 No.15040515

    I concur. Maybe Doom Eagles would be cooler than Ultramarines as their progenitor.
    That would put them to the galactic north, right? I'm not too certain where the exodite worlds are
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)19:31 No.15040548

    The exodite worlds were in the far-flung corners of the Eldar Empire. So, pretty much as far away from the Eye of Terror as possible.

    Anyhoo, I'll change the details on the wiki to Doom Eagles then.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)19:38 No.15040601

    Looking at a few maps. Its safe to say:
    Fighting Exodites = Segmentum Ultima
    Fighting Craftworlds = Segmentum Obscuras
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:10 No.15040875
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:19 No.15040975

    updated the wiki with stuff from the thread. Have a read, see if its ok.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:27 No.15041057
    I just changed references of Ultramarines to Doom Eagles. Shouldn' the progenitor still be Ultramarines though, despite the Founding chapter being Doom Eagles?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:34 No.15041116

    Had a read, fixed a few spelling errors. Also moved the bits of fluff around a bit. Everything seems to be coolio now. Good job on getting all this fluff together!

    And I'm not sure about the Progenitor bit, so I put "Ultramarines Successor" next to it.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:39 No.15041161
    Also, we need to get some chapter heraldry drawn up. Early on this was suggested:
    >A red eye with a crescent moon for a pupil.

    I'm not sure about the crescent moon pupil, but an eye seems like the smart thing to go with.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:43 No.15041197

    I think the eye sounds good. I kind of assumed that was the chapter symbol already; Possibly red with a black pupil rather than a moon?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:46 No.15041231

    It'd probably be hard to pull of, but an empty eye socket might be cool. Perhaps a black eye-shape with a BA-style tear coming off of it.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:47 No.15041247
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    I guess mordreds armour would look pretty similar to heresy armour, except with larger studys (soul stones) on it. I think this is good reason for the chapter to use more suits of heresy armour than normal; They will look similar to the chapter master.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:49 No.15041264

    I'm all for that.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:50 No.15041272
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    Sounds similar to the Eye of Isha, the Ulthewe eldar symbol.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:53 No.15041309
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    Like this?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:53 No.15041310

    Which I suppose makes it a both a pro and a negative? Its a pro in that it fits in with the Eldar theme... But its a negative in that it fits in with the Eldar theme. Welp.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)20:54 No.15041320

    I like it!
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:58 No.15041358
    Personally, i don't think it looks bad ass enough. Looks more micky mouse than Terror eye taking marines
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)20:59 No.15041369
    looks even more gay than the eldar rune.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:02 No.15041395
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    Would you describe the Lamenters as gay, perchance?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:03 No.15041410
    highly. Very very very highly.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:03 No.15041414
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    Found this on google. I think the symbol in the middle of the sheild has potential
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:04 No.15041420
    now this is far better.
    >> Matt !o504RVa/WI 05/24/11(Tue)21:05 No.15041437
    Fuck. You.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:08 No.15041461
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    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:10 No.15041476
    the tear isn't the problem, it's the pinkish tone, the clean, pretty-looking rendition. It is not scary or even disturbing at all.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:10 No.15041483
    Didn't the lamenters practically take it up the arse from the Astral Claws and Hurun? And they always feel sad about shit like a bunch of emos. But I think their colour scheme looks cool.

    Anyway, back to Eyes of Mordred;
    1.Need some info on why they are friends with the imperial navy
    2.A cleaned up symbol. I think that evil eye sheild thing looks good
    3.Info on their homeworld / recruiting world customs, and more detail on how exactly they get dark eldar slaves
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:11 No.15041489
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    Seriously though; why? Lamenter tears are manly tears.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:11 No.15041492
    their color scheme looks emo as well (especially their death company)
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:12 No.15041506
    there are far too much of them. it's not tragic anymore, it's melodramatic. Their whole fluff is an excuse to make them SO SAD.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:19 No.15041561
    ya kno, fuck you, the story is better than 99% of the filth GW puts out

    very cool story, who are the knights hospitallar of the 40k universe... There's a VERY cool story there somewhere I sense.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:22 No.15041589
    I do like the idea that anon brought up about screaming, for some reason I think it would be cool if in battle or something they replay all the anguished cries of their killed enemies or something like that. I know it sounds somewhat stupid but I like it.

    And maybe they could have some eldar tech?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:22 No.15041590
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    This ok then, as the chapter symbol?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:24 No.15041609
    I think on http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Eyes_of_Mordred it mentions something about that in Wargear
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:25 No.15041616

    The Lamenters joined the war on the side of the Astral Claws out of brotherly loyalty. The Lamenters, Astral Claws and Mantis Warriors were the three chapters dedicated to dealing with the Maelstrom. The Lamenters were pretty knighly about the whole conflict, even refusing to fire on enemy vessels because the chapter they belonged to had sworn a pact of friendship with them.

    That's the weird thing. The Lamenters AREN'T sad. Even when the universe continues to shit on them, the chapter keeps on going. They're the Don Quixote of the 40k universe; they believe themselves to be chivalrous knights in a universe where their fellow chapters slaughter countless millions on a weekly basis. They're underdogs and that's what makes them so appealing.

    Well, another thing that makes me appealing is that they snubbed the Ultramarines and are getting shat on as a result of it; something a lot of fa/tg/uys would sympathise with. (fuck ward, ect)
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:25 No.15041621
    better, but needs a bit less fancy scribbly stuff around.

    I do like the slit pupil.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:26 No.15041624

    Seems a bit over detailed... Maybe remove the black "tears" and the random circle.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:32 No.15041670
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    Any less and its going to be the eye of horus
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:34 No.15041688
    ah, that's why it looked cool.

    Maybe rather a round eye?
    or a flatter one?

    or a sideways one?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:39 No.15041746

    Well, that's a kick in the balls. Ermm... Yeah, I've got no ideas.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)21:41 No.15041761
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    I changed it a bit more. I think this suitably different to the eyes of horus, combined with their colour scheme i doubt they will be confused.
    >> Boomer !!bcdVCSUmpgT 05/24/11(Tue)21:42 No.15041781
    I agree with the idea of making it a round eye, that combined with crescent moon pupil and it will definitely not be confused with the eye of horus.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)21:43 No.15041795
    It could be in red instead of black, whatever. Look at the white consuls and black consuls; name name, same symbol except one is black, one is white.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)21:50 No.15041827
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    something like this, but not shit?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)21:53 No.15041896
    I like the idea of turning the symbol on it's side much better. Perhaps a better color instead of black would be a slate grey type color?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)21:58 No.15041959

    Problem with that is that you might not be able to see it (same with all the black pictures here, now I think about it. Remember, the armour of the chapter is black & red). White might be the best colour for the symbol.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)22:06 No.15042033
    Voices of the Dead + Fear + Preferences for darkness = Some kind of haunting motif, perhaps? Maybe a special group of Eyes, named after ghosts/ghostly eyes/whatever; who are sent in to "haunt" a battlefield beforehand, in imitation of their Chapter Master?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)22:07 No.15042049
    lilith mask?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)22:08 No.15042059
    I was suggesting changing the chapter colors to red and slate grey.
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)22:17 No.15042170

    Its a pretty Night Lords tactic... So I guess it fits the chapter perfectly!
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)22:29 No.15042289
    Kind of ironic that they have Guilliman as their primarch but seem so similar to the Night lords... didnt Guilliman kill the night haunter? Maybe The Eyes can revere this side of Guilliman... the lethal killer, or something?
    >> Shock 05/24/11(Tue)22:33 No.15042345

    Guilliman may (or may not) have killed Alpharius (or Omegon). Conrad Kurze/Night Haunter is believed to have been killed my a Calidus Assassin.

    But I agree with you about the lethal killer bit.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)22:44 No.15042478
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    My next attempt. Any suggestions?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:04 No.15042651
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    Black. With bright red highlights.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:07 No.15042689
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    How 'bout this?
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)23:17 No.15042791
    I thought this was the accepted colour scheme?
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:23 No.15042847
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    higher quality
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:24 No.15042862
    Another homebrew chapter? Good! I'm planning on an interactive writefag project where /tg/'s homebrews go on a crusade.
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)23:26 No.15042883
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    Which one is the better?
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)23:28 No.15042902
    Here is much of the info on the chapter so far, compiled into an easy to read format. Most of the chapters doctrine seems to focus on following the example of their first chapter master, with an emphasis on generating terror.

    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:30 No.15042922
    Standard colors and First Company respectively?
    >> Skritt 05/24/11(Tue)23:40 No.15043035
    Could be anon. Personally, if that were the case I would prefer the black and red to be the first company and the white, black and coal grey to be the standard. The red and black looks more sinister.
    >> Anonymous 05/24/11(Tue)23:59 No.15043240
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    They are best buds with the Imperial Navy because the Imp Navy had been getting but hurt my eldar pirates, so the eyes came along and used their eldar bashing skills to repel boarding actions and do some damage to the eldar ships or something.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)01:06 No.15043899
    The child trembled. He hadn't seen his mom and dad for days, and the nasty tall men with pointy ears kidnapped him. He was kept up at night by the screams of his friends, and now only he was left. He heard something in the distance. Gunfire, and more screams. He cowered further into the corner. Suddenly, the wall broke. Standing just out of the hole was... it couldn't be... a Space Marine! "What is your name, child?" he asked calmly. "P-percy, sir!" the child stuttered. "Brother Percival, from now on you live with us. Welcome to the Eyes of Mordred."
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)01:35 No.15044167
    10 years later, Initiate Percival was running for his life. The Librarians and Chaplains were hunting him down, and if they caught him he would be made into a Servitor for his failure. He remembered being told the forest bought your greatest fears to life. He sat down and hid in some bushes, and started smelling something unusual. A plant nearby was emitting spores, and everything started getting fuzzy. He remembered when he was a child. He saw the cruel Dark Eldar, how they tortured Uncle Luke to death in front of him, how he was thrown into a cell. Their cruel mocking laughter echoed through his mind, and he ran. He ran and climbed into the trees, away from them. "Conquer your fears" the Chaplain said, "and you shall pass". Percival grimaced. He jumped out of the tree and lunged at the nearest Dark Eldar. He strangled it to death and tore out it's eyes. He roared with triumph before realizing what he had done. In reality, he had killed a fellow initiate, who in his hallucinations he thought was a Dark Eldar. He got tense as he backed into a large object. Turning around, he saw the intimidating form of a chaplain. He knew what to do. He jumped at the chaplain and tore off his helmet, and starting punching his face. He however was knocked off his feet by a fist to the gut the chaplain delivered. The chaplain walked closer to him, towering over him. "By standing up and facing me, you have conquered your fear, Percival. You are now able to enter combat as a Scout."
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)01:51 No.15044368
    Crikey! A real life spambot in my thread!
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)01:59 No.15044440
    Great story! I liked the part where he turned and punched the chaplain in the face - conquering fear indeed.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)02:51 No.15044867
    Bumps for the bump god!
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)06:47 No.15045931
    I shall not let this die.
    >> Anonymous 05/25/11(Wed)07:42 No.15046206
    morning bump.
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)07:57 No.15046292
    I think ill add some fluff on the home homeworld, recruiting world and fortress monestary. Although I still someone to generate some fluff on recruitment of dark eldar slaves...
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)08:59 No.15046543
    I have some stuff on the homeworld and primary recruiting world

    The homeworld of the Eyes of Mordred is the moon of Fovea, orbiting the larger world of Fovea Primus. This airless rock was chosen as an ideal point to base the fortress monestary of the chapter as it a lack of atmosphere would allow orbital docks to be built directly into the fortress monestary and so improve reaction to hostile Eldar actions.

    The fortress monestary was built in a large but naturally defensible crater known as the Occulous; this name is often also used to refer to the fortress monestary itself. Due to the highly light sensetive eyes of the chapter, the inside of the fortress monestary appears to be a dimly lit and brooding place. Most visitors find the dark echoing halls with the occasional half seen shuffling cowled figure or shadowed statue to be disconcerting. In truth, the inside is actually well decorated with frescos the not only depicting the missions and success of Mordred and the chapter but also the history of the ultramarines legion and the doom eagles most valorous actions. A great many eldar soul stones stud the walls as trophies of war, each one a worthy foe slain and consigned to forever rest in the halls of the Occulous. Due to his enchanced eye sight, a battle brother is able to view the halls of the Occulous as if they were bathed in sunlight.
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)09:00 No.15046546
    Recruiting world
    As Fovea had no existing human population, the primary recruiting world of the Eyes of Mordred was chosen to be its large neighbour Fovea Primus. This temperate world is one of contrast; glittering cities of white stone and bronze sit atop the plateaus that are scattered across the continents, surrounded by a sea of trees which spans most of the habitable region of the world known only as the forest. Local supersition says that the forest is haunted; studies by Imperial adepts have shown this not to be the case, however several species of halucination inducing plants and fungi infest the forest leading to these wild facinations. People who enter the forest are said to be confronted by their worst nightmares made real; the Eyes of Mordred allow this idea to remain in the population so that the forest retains its terrifying reputation. In addition, this makes it the perfect testing ground for recruits.
    The people of Fovea Primus are simple; their world has been held in a post-feudal state for 8 millenia with advanced weaponry and ideologies being off-limits to the general population. The rule of Fovea Primus takes the form of a constitutional vigilante government; laws were laid down by the Eyes of Mordred 8 millenia ago and these must be followed. Deviation from the law will be met with communal punishment should it be found; This can range from public lashing to spending a week in the forest or finally the complete slaughter of a settlements population. In order to avoid these outcomes, the population will punish its own; any found breaking the law will often be killed or crippled by their own people so as to avoid a punishment for the masses. This leads to a idilic looking society living in beautiful clean cities, however there is a constant fear of failure and reprisal in every citizens heart.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)09:02 No.15046559
    Pretty cool.
    >> Land Terrestrial !FEZKlA6o6g 05/25/11(Wed)09:28 No.15046694
    Okay dudes, going to bed soon because of fuckin timezones. Keep this thread awesome for me, bros.
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)10:03 No.15046910
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    How about this for chapter symbol?

    Placed on the shoulder for ease of appreciation
    >> Anonymous 05/25/11(Wed)10:44 No.15047149
    >> Shock 05/25/11(Wed)12:06 No.15047707

    The eye looks a bit weird... Try making the crescent look a bit more eye-shaped.
    >> Anonymous 05/25/11(Wed)14:54 No.15048979
    >> Anonymous 05/25/11(Wed)15:34 No.15049387

    How about having the population of Fovea Primus consist of freed slaves? The EoM pretty much own the planet, after all.
    >> Shock 05/25/11(Wed)17:29 No.15050472
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)19:38 No.15051576
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    I don't understand your suggestion. Eye like crescent moon? As far as i know, all cresecent moons look, well, crescenty.

    Here is my latest attempt.
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)19:44 No.15051620
    obviously the symbol should only go on one shoulder pad; i put different ones of both for contrast and compare
    >> Skritt 05/25/11(Wed)21:09 No.15052447

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