>>23645140 Old thread.Let's get to work, brothers. We're on Chapter Homeworld still.
Making the archive.
Rolled 8Reporting in Brother.
>>23650025Sweet. Then our glory shall be remembered.Now then. From last thread, since we were worried about losing data, my idea was likely lost.If nobody likes this, consider it gone. Nonetheless, I'm reposting it.>What if we managed to make it to a part of the galaxy later cut off from the rest of the Imperium via Warp Storms, with occasional breaks allowing us to pass through and into the imperium at large. We have a sort of 'haven' to fall back to, and are still able to continue Big E's work.Again. Just. An. Idea. If nobody likes it, I'll give 0 fucks and we can move on. Just something I thought I'd share.
>>23649973what is the next table Brother
i voted to make the homeworld uninhabited
>>23650070Still on Chapter homeworld. Some are leaning for Fleet-Based, and I had the idea of a 'port in the storm' to go with it. We can still be fleet-based, but that would also give us a place to rest and recouperate.But its just an idea. You guys decide if its good or not.
>>23650062hmm, are the space elves and Tau not close to each other?
Rolled 54>>23650062Always the possibility of just having our base INSIDE a warpstorm, no one would see that coming.
>>23650091if this is true we could use this to our advantage and say we are someplace between the two
>>23650101True.>>23650091I... I honestly don't know...
>>23650101what if our base was a planet inside the eye of terror?
Rolled 13>>23650084Or if we wanna get into the Eldar, the remnants of an ancient small Eldar Craftworld
>>23650050Looks like the name and descriptions didn't update, only the thread. Anyone have any ideas of how the fuck we fix the shitty old tags?
Rolled 51>>23650126Eye think the Eye is too busy for us. Were stealthy, but the Eye is a clusterfuck.
Rolled 41do you guys just want to roll a d100 for the homeworld again?
>>23650134...Well, we did say our Chapter Cult had to do with the Eldar, right? There was even a bit to do with certain 'aspect' marines being based on past warriors in the chapter.The remnants of a small Craftworld would help with that greatly. Maybe have it in a Warp Storm so that we have our 'Port in the Storm' aspect?>>23650147Agreed. Eye is a clusterfuck we don't want or need.
>>23650147Also, we would probably be perennially under siege by Daemon forces unless we were literally the sneakiest Marines to ever have existed.
Rolled 35>>23650167okay, so a less busy warp storm
>>23650134true, true, we don't have qualms about using their tec against them so we could use the web way to pull a "surprise motherfuckers!" without using ships
>>23650163Elaborating on that, it would be like having an Uninhabited world... but it doesn't say that Uninhabited World isn't a Craftworld, now is it?
>>23650188what if it was uninhabited because of usif you know what i mean
>>23650188Uninhibited Craftworld marooned in a waprstorm. I like it!
>>23650217Alright then. (Also helps with the CSM tables later) what kind of Terrain are craftworlds?List (next table btw) is:D100 Roll|Result1-25|Jungle26-50|Desert51-60|Ice61-65|Ocean66-75|Wasteland76-80|Urban81-85|Dead86-90|Airless91-100|Temperate
Rolled 40>>23650228i think it can be any terrain
Rolled 15>>23650228Rolling for the Emprah.
>>23650228Hold up guys. Checked the Craftworld Creation Table (Thank you 1d4chan) and found that it can have onboard biomes.1 Jungle2 Desert3 Ice/Tundra4 Plains5 Tropical Rainforest6 Temperate Rainforest7 Urban8 Swamp/Bog Do we use >>23650228 or do we use this one?
Rolled 3>>23650300re-trying with the d10
>>23650319icy/tundra world could be cool
Rolled 91>>23650300eh, we already rolled on the 1st one
Rolled 68>>23650300roll retry for kicks, and because fuck jungle.
>>23650340I personally think urban wasteland would be cool. The biodomes have been reclaimed by nature. Huge Eldar city falling to the nature they sought to control.
>>23650364Desert>>23650341Temperate Rainforest>>23650319Icy/TundraThis is Craftworld. Normal planet is:>>23650247Jungle>>23650256Desert>>23650264Jungle>>23650307Jungle>>23650374This would be cool. It mixes both, and gives a rather decayed/overtaken feel.
>>23650374I know what you are saying and I like it
>>23650400if by 1st table we could go with a literal urban jungle
>>23650410Regardless of WHAT we choose, can we at least agree that we have Direct Rule, since there's not really going to be anyone else there except us?Unless for some reason we decide to let Imperial Citizens we save live there or something... just a thought.
>>23650400i like the tundra and the urban settingsnowy abandoned city perhaps?
>>23650435only if they promise to convert to our view of the emperor
>>23650435maybe some people to serve us, not a worlds worth, just some to make food/ammo/repairs
>>23650430The origonal idea had the chapter scavenging for supplies and such, because they could not get them from the Imperium. Eldar urban jungle wasteland would fit nearly perfectly.
>>23650435Defiantly direct rule.
Your world is now a necron core world waking from its cryostaisis
>>23650461we could also have some tech priests to help us with the xenos tech
>>23650478WE CAN TAKE EM
>>23650463>>23650461>>23650455>>23650430>>23650410>>23650374Okay, so basically like this:Urban Jungle where the chapter is scrounging for ammo/food/supplies while nature grips the remains. We have some Imperial Citizens and Tech Priests to help us out, but they aren't a planet's worth, and in exchange for safety, they've converted to our view of the Emperor. Not a bad trade, way I see it.>>23650471Direct Rule it is then. Agreed?
>>23650435We liberate imperial citizens and make them work in the emperor's name to assist in the maintenance of the craftworld, even if a few go missing in the bowels of the world, our crusades have liberated thousands if not tens of thousands.Given the proximity of the warpstorm, perhaps the citizens start manifesting mutations as well?
>>23650478There are ^ necron warriors heading towards your hive city
>>23650498absolutelyim loving this shit
>>23650498direct rule most defiantly, need to get food now though, be back later
Rolled 3, 3 = 6Minutes until necron a begin firing
>>23650498Of course Direct Rule, after we emerged from the Eldar's own webway and truly took them by suprise completely wiping them out. It would be our world.capcha>which ityasaiAint no more witches here, but ityasai is a good name for a craftworld.
>>23650557Great Craftworld name
Rolled 17You now see v necron doom scythes in the air
>>23650557ityasai: the electes homeword!
>>23650557>>23650576Fuck yes to the craftworld name. Also:>Chapter HomeworldRemains of the small Eldar Craftworld Ityasai near a Warp Storm>Home World Predominant TerrainUrban Jungle>Relationship with HomeworldDirect Rule. Save Imperial Citizens and Adeptus Mechanicus, convert them to our view of the Emperor, and in exchange they are offered a peaceful existence upon the planet, doing the Emperor's will by aiding the chapter with finding food, supplies, weapon, and ammunition. As such, the Tech-Priests are good with Eldar tech. Somewhat.
>>23650595>nearwe live INSIDE the warp stormplutarch is the only reason we all arent chaos by now
>>23650595This is pretty far ahead but i'm throwing it out there so I don't forget. Recruitment requires initiates to forage through the depths of the craftworld and bring back something to help the chapter.
>>23650624Right. Sorry. This has been noted.Speaking of which; >>23650507 has the point of mutation occuring not just in the SMs, but the Imperial Citizenry as well. Do we go for it?>>23650628Hell, sounds good to me.
>>23650595I especially like the Craftworld idea because it gives us a reason to be fighting the Eldar - they want to recover that Craftworld, but they have a Space Marine chapter between them and it.
do we only steal eldar tech?or can we use other xenos tech like the tau?
just realized that the old thread was not linked, for all you new anons go to http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/23645140/ to see the rest of the chapter lore
>>23650646they might be mutated a little bit, but definitely not as much as salva or plutarch
>>23650646Its kind of inevitable. We keep a strict watch on all humans to prevent extreme heresy. No one leaves without being escorted by our chapter. Once you are there, you are a lifer.
>>23650657Seems legit.>>23650663Ehhh.... Up to you guys. I'd prefer not to make them too heretical by using anything more than Eldar technology, but if we want to go full-on taking everything, then I guess we can.>>23650682>>23650687Sounds good.Also; Chapter organization (d10)Choices: Codex-Adherent, Divergent, or Unique Organization.What are we going for here?
also, do you guys think we should sometimes ally (not really ally, just work with to achieve our goals) with other races? excluding the eldar, of course
Rolled 5>>23650706rolling but I think we would be divergent or unique
>>23650712What, like allies of convenience, or allies of desperation?>>23650717>>23650727Agreed. We're using Eldar Tech, on a craftworld, and saving countless Imperial Citizenry and Tech Priests to help us out, as well as the whole mutation thing, and the bits on the Aspects for each unit type (tac, dev, assault, etc.) so yeah; I think we need to go unique.
>>23650744a little bit of both>if we do this alone, we will probably lose a lot of men in the process if we dont get some help
>>23650706Unique>>23650712I would be careful here. Just because we can shoot them with their own guns does not mean we will be getting cozy. That said, we are truly alone in the galaxy. Excommunicated and abandoned, I could see us over time becoming less enamored with the idea that all Zenos are heretical. I would wait for a vision from the big E to decide.
Rolled 5>>23650769>23650769ok so a "we are only working with you because we cant afford to lose men like other chapters" deal, would go together with the trying to plan ahead thing
>>23650783yeah, were definitely not friendly, but we are way more nuetral then the rest of the imperium
>>23650800agreed, at this point the chapter has been through so much that they are willing to resort to methods thought unsavory by the Imperium.
>>23650769>>23650783>>23650800>>23650806So Unique, with Xenos being allies of convenience then, but only if we're in danger of mass-casualties.Also no Eldar. Alright then.
>>23650830also 69 followed by a double, it is willed
>>23650833Next on the table is Combat Doctrine. At this point, we have it fleshed out fairly well, so here's the list.Combat doctrine (d10)1 Close Combat2 Ranged Combat3 Armoured Assault4 Stealth5 Lightning Strike6 Drop Pod7 Thunderhawk Assault8 Siege9 Shock and Awe10 Terror
Rolled 3>>23650858They see me rollin'
Rolled 3>>23650858how about we have stealth and one other combat doctrine?
Rolled 10>>23650876>>23650880double three with a double 88, for stealth vehicles?
>>23650858Stealth + TellyportasUse the webway entrances we hijacked to catch even the most redoubtable enemy off guard.captcha>which fromotlNo captcha, all the witches are dead...or are they?
>>23650876>>23650880>>23650889stealthy armored assault?
>>23650929we sneak up on em with tanksthey'll never expect it
>>23650929We'll just drop a couple of Rhinos and Land Raiders on their heads and call it good. Right. RIGHT?
>>23650918Stealth+Teleporters (Webway, duh.) sounds about right. Honestly we don't have to roll if we already know how they operate. They're fast and stealthy.So how does this translate in terms of combat doctrine?
wait, what if we open them up with stealth maneuvers, then finish them off with an armored assault?
>>23650929Guys. I got an idea.Guys.Seriously guys.What if.Guys.Okay what if we put deep strike modules on the vehicles?
>>23650989So basically go in commando-style and finish them off with Land Speeders and converted Eldar vehicles?Captcha: Theiryle simultane
>>23650976A strong stealth doctrine which lends itself to sneaking(see:webway) in heavy armored assault platforms, Dreads, Preds,and Raiders ho!
oh man, i cant wait until a bunch of ultramarines find us hiding out in a warpstorm using xenos techthe butthurt will be glorious>YOU BRING DISGRACE TO THE ULTRAMARINES>not according to the emperor *smiles*>FITLHY HERETIC
>>23651028and the angry marines were born
>>23651052and now we know what they are so mad about
>>23651052Fuck you I laughed so hard I cried manly tears.>>23651027This, however, seems legit. Throw in a couple of converted Eldar vehicles they've managed to scavenge around the craftworld for, and we're good.Any objections?
guys, i just realized somethingwe are basically the space marine equivalent of eastern orthodox christians>we byzantine/russian imperium now
>>23651074Holy shit he's right.
>>23651074Oh fuck yes Byzantine Empire Spess Mahreens.
>>23650929I don't know how this would work... but maybe if we use the web way to move a tank column into the middle of a eldar base (where they would least expect a armored attack to come from) it could be stealthy enough
>>23651086So, if we're agreed on our combat doctrine, brothers, there is one thing we must worry about now.Specialty restrictions (units the chapter cannot field) - Only roll if Unique Organisation was selected (d100)01–20 Apothecary21–40 Assault Marine41-60 Devastator Marine61-80 Techmarine81-97 Librarian98-100 Roll Twice on this Chart or choose something truly unusual (i.e., the Chapter has no Scouts, the Chapter’s Veterans are not formed into the 1st Company, etc.) I'm thinking we do the last one and have it so that Veterans are mixed in with the companies, but IDK.>Manyant kindness
>>23651074>we even live in a fortified self-sustaining capitalWHEN THE IMPERIUM FALLS WE WILL STILL STAND
>>23651073Sounds good, we have highly specialized stealth teams dedicated to deploying small webway gates. These gates allow us to fast track stealth armor anywhere we can get one up, and also allow us a good escape route to prevent further casualties.
Rolled 43>>23651128Rollin Pin
>>23651136Sounds good. Roll up for what we can't have/use uniquely, brothers.
>>23651128tech marine sounds cool, but i dont really know what an apothecary is
Rolled 77>>23651128J.K Rolling.
>>23651074Byzantine aesthetic would be a cool thing to run with.
>>23651155Apothecary is basically the medics of the SMs.Given how mutated we are, though, this one might make sense.
>>23651074by the emperor...
>>23651128I'm thinking Librarians, myself. They're so absorbed in worshipping the Emperor that we cannot field them except as, perhaps, morale boosters, like a legionary Eagle.
>>23651164we must build a massive temple to the emperorand be the most fortified planet in the galaxy
Rolled 6>>23651074Oh I like it.Also, rollan.Captcha>ofuaxi whichCaptcha insists on something about a witch.
>>23651154>>23651150Im thinking we replace devastators with something else. Super heavy weapons teams just don't really mesh with our stealth hit and run tactics.
>>23651239Okay, so, so far...>>23651150Devastator>>23651162Techmarine>>23651190Librarians>>23651212Assault Marines>>23651239Apothecary>>23651253I'm tempted to agree. Devastators don't really mesh well with heavy weapons teams, even if they were placed on/in/whatever our vehicles.Perhaps replace them with something else?
>>23651253yeah, that definitely makes sense
>>23651275is there an eldar technology we could replace it with?
>>23651275My lore is a bit off here, but does anyone know any chapters fielding full space marine brothers that focus 100% on stealth tactics? I always though of that as being left up to the scout squads. I know that chaos forces occasionally have invisible troops, but never heard of any loyalists.
>>23651303...Let me look....Wraithbone? Shuriken weapons? IDK.
>>23651253Sounds good. Perhaps we could do something similar to the Blitzkrieg, where our vehicles provide our heavy weaponry and fire support. Perhaps we could have small floating weapons platforms that accompany our squads, perhaps as an adaptation of Servo Skulls.
>>23651275Logic trumps all, besides whats a devastor next to an Assault Dreadnought with claws and drills walking out of a webway someone stuck in your basement?
>>23651303if only I had a eldar book to look at...>recover mreadyes, yes captcha, we are doing our best to recover our honor
>>23651343Exactly.>>23651342So basically mobile gun servitors. Interesting, considering our technology.>>23651317Same, sadly. Only CREEEEEEEED does anything similar, that I know of.
>>23651366Will Lexicanum work? http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Eldar#Technology
>>23651342Eldar support platforms with D-Cannons,Vibro Cannons, Shadow Weavers, or stripped and remounted with something like a heavy lascannon, multi-melta, heavy bolters, or something else nasty and large caliber.
Rolled 43>>23651406This. That sounds awesome.
Got here late, don't wanna read 200+ posts.Is it a xeno-friendly chapter? Because I've been sitting on a partial Tau and partial Eldar army for awhile without the urge to play, but getting some SM allies together to make a chapter /tg/ created sounds fun to me.
>>23651406Smart.Also; can we all just agree that regarding our Special equipment Table (Only roll if Divergent or Unique Organisation was selected (d100)) that it be Modified Weaponry? I mean, really; we're using Eldar Tech. I don't think we can really use anything else with that one.
>>23651406ok so we are using everything that isn't nailed down against them, good old fashioned gorilla style. As to what we could use from them.. how is the Starcannon?
>>23651464Not Xenos friendly, but they use Eldar Tech, have used a small craftworld's remains as their home planet, and have saved Imperial Citizens to do the Emperor's work and help them. That's what it is regarding the Xenos bits.
>>23651464>Eldaryou arn't going to like what we tell you about this chapter son
>>23651464not friendly; just way more lenientwe are basically the byzantine imperium
>>23651464This chapter is extremely Emperor-centric and sitting on and using scavenged and adapted Eldar tech from a fallen craftworld, so certainly no to Eldar and probably not to Tau.
>>23651467To elaborate, this is what we can have:1-10|Traditional Weapon11-20|Totemic Charm21-30|Modified Jump-Pack31-40|Beastial Companion41-50|Rare Weaponry51-60|Blessed Wargear61-70|Special Mount71-80|Special Vehicle81-90|Preferred Fighting Style91-100|Modified Weaponry
>>23651406Marines carrying heavy weapons are slow, support platforms move much faster, so this is good. I would say that we will have to keep an eye on how much Eldar tech we use. I don't want this chapter to become hurr durr Marine Eldar. >>23651467yeah, no other choice really. We can't exactly forge our own tech.
>>23651515Ya it is going to have to me modigied weaponry. On another note, can we get a summery about what we are so far again?
Rolled 16>>23651515Rolling for giggles but i'm fairly certain our only option is rare weaponry/modified weaponry depending on your interpretation.
>>23651535>>23651559>>23651546Seems legit. And one moment Bob. I'll have it next post. Speaking of which. Next table is:What form do the Chapters' beliefs take? (d100)01-40 Revere the Primarch - "Our Spiritual Liege is better than yours!"41-65 The Emperor Above All - "Screw your spiritual liege. The big E is where it's at."66-75 Honour the Ancestors - "Old members of our Chapter are better than your guys."76-80 Death Cult - "SHUT UP YOU GUYS DON'T YOU KNOW WE'RE GOING TO DIE SOME DAY"81-85 Totem Creature - "You know how we've got a hawk as our Chapter symbol? Yeah, we're going to stick that everywhere."86-90 Purity of Man - "Flesh is better than bionics!"91-95 Steel Over Flesh - "Bionics are better than flesh!"96-100 Esoteric Beliefs - You know our Chapter's beliefs? They're weird.This one should be obvious.
Rolled 43>>23651600Rolling for epix
>>23651590Totem...Sacred Stanard Attached to Support Platform.No thats terrible.
>>23651600>41-65 The Emperor Above All - "Screw your spiritual liege. The big E is where it's at."do we even need to roll
>>23651600Emperor Above All with a touch of Honor the Ancestors and Esoteric Beliefs due to our unusual dealings with xeno tech.
Can we just out and say this entire chapter is the Bretonnians?That way we can have SPACE Green Knight and Joan of Arc. Still be BFFs on the ally chart with Eldar due to Wood Elves/Exodite Eldar manipulating them, can fight with the other factions of the Imperium like the Crusades/subjugation of the Empire, and can be on the verge of beating them too (if the story ever advanced).
So if we hate the eldar, what is our opinion on dark eldar?
>>23651640stop rollan right there
>>23651640and there you have itCAPTCHA says its "time Appoive"
Rolled 62>>23651600Do we even need to roll?
>>23651664slutty space elves are still space elves
>>23651656Don't forget the Byzantine influenceActually, there's also some anglican influence too
>>23651664While the Dark Eldar would probably be less vehement about our use of adapted Eldar tech, they're also depraved as everloving fuck which is almost certainly a no-no by us.
>>23651683>>23651640anyone want to try for a third roll for the big E, For Great Justice?
>>23651683Are they space elves?Y/N?YThen purge them.At least normal space elves won't put lit cinnamon scented candles in your Penilis Output gland.
>>23651600>Why were they founded?Strategic Prognostication; meant to do some future event>When were they founded?40th Millenium>ProgenitorUltramarines>Gene-Stock Purity?FLAWED AS FUCK>Codex DemeanorsUphold The Honour Of The Emperor, with slight aspects of Brothers in Battle, See, But Don't Be Seen, and Swift as the Wind>Gene-Seed Deficiencies?3; Oversensitive Occulobe (light sensitive), Oolitic Secretions (odd-colored skin; likely purple because warp daemons), and two Lost Zygotes (Neuroglottis and Mucranoid)>FlawsChapter Cult (Has something to do with Eldar Lore; flesh out later.)>Figures of LegendPlutarch and Salva Boiler (See the end of http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/23645140/ )>Chapter HomeworldRemains of the small Eldar Craftworld Ityasai inside a Warp Storm>Home World Predominant TerrainUrban Jungle>Relationship with HomeworldDirect Rule. Save Imperial Citizens and Adeptus Mechanicus, convert them to our view of the Emperor, and in exchange they are offered a peaceful existence upon the planet, doing the Emperor's will by aiding the chapter with finding food, supplies, weapon, and ammunition. As such, the Tech-Priests are good with Eldar tech. Somewhat. Mutations occur, but they're kept in check by the chapter, so that things don't go to hell.>Combat DoctrineMixture of Stealth and Armoured Assault. Infiltration teams deploy Eldar Webway Gates whenever they are needed, then use them to drop in vehicles to steamroll in, and use them for a quick retreat if they end up taking heavy casualties, needing a quick escape, or are outclassed.Part 1 of 2. Hang on. This is long.
>>23651709So basically they are tsundere for us
>>23651317Raven Guard are pretty fucking stealthy. In Legion, the Alpha Legion are pretty much Operators: The Legion. They don't even wear armour half the time, preferring desert wraps and the like. But they're pseudo-chaos now, so I guess they don't count.
>>23651744I laughed out loud.>>23651686Yep.Continuing from >>23651740>Specialty RestrictionsNo Devastators. Instead, they use Eldar support platforms with D-Cannons,Vibro Cannons, Shadow Weavers, or stripped and remounted with something like a heavy lascannon, multi-melta, heavy bolters, or something else nasty and large caliber. Eldar tech is used for an advantage, but not relied upon.>Special EquipmentModified/Rare Weaponry. Mixture of Eldar and Imperial Technology, using whatever they are able to get their hands on.>What form do the Chapters' beliefs take? The Emperor Above All, duh.
>>23651774Next up; At what strength is the Chapter? (d10)1 Endangered: The Chapter numbers only a handful of Companies or less having suffered devastating losses in combat, accident, or dramatic genetic instability. If recovery is even possible it will take many decades, making every Battle-Brother (and his Progenoids) an invaluable resource.2-4 Under Strength: The Chapter is recovering from a defeat or accident that occurred several decades ago, or has recently suffered heavy, but not irrecoverable losses. It is probably at a minimum of half strength, and should return to nominal strength within a decade.5-9 Nominal: The Chapter can fififi eld ten full companies, each with ten squads. In all likelihood most every squad consist of ten brethren and some specialised appointments may be empty, but the Chapter is regarded as fully fit for battle.10 Over Strength: Some Chapters maintain more than the prescribed ten companies, though it is rare for more than a handful more to be fielded and even then only temporarily. It may be that the Emperor’s Tarot has predicted terrible losses ahead, or that the Chapter simply regards its numbers as optimal and cares little for the dictates of the Codex Astartes.
Rolled 2>>23651783ROLLING FOR FUCKHUEG
Rolled 7>>23651783Rock and Rooolll
Rolled 3>>23651783Rolling Stones.
>>23651774Whats next on our list bewildered man-at-arms?
>>23651774saved onto a word doc for great justice
Rolled 8>>23651783We should make an average of these rolls and take that as our chapter strength, rounding up.
Rolled 10>>23651783Hold on to your nuggets boys and girls!Rollan for victory!
>>23651803You act like I'm not already. Still; good that you do. I don't know if anyone's aware, but eventually we're going to have to roll the CSM table. I don't think I'll be able to get to it tonight, but rest assured; once we're done, I will be back tomorrow to finish this...That's assuming we can't just speed through it. We have most of this established anyway.>>23651793Under>>23651797Nominal>>23651801Under>>23651820Nominal>>23651829OVER>>23651832Nominal
>>23651740>>23651774>>23651783Guys, you've made human Tau.
Rolled 2>>23651861we're defintely not endangered, but more more under than over so it looks like we're in the mid-lower end of a nominally sized force.Capcha>Which sisterCaptcha bro, look, your heretical witch bitch is dead, give up.
>>23651908YOU HAVEN'T SEEN MY REAL HERESY YET BOYO
>>23651861So from this, we can guestimate they're about at norminal chapter strength, but a bit lower than that. I figure about 9 of the ten companies.
Rolled 2>>23651783ROLLING FOR NEW IMPERIUM
>>23651908Someone's faith in Plutarch's vision is lacking...
>>23651918>>23651942>>23651953Guys.Stop.What are you doing?Guys.Stahp, you're bringing our average to below-strength!
>>23651908You dare question the direct words of the emprah himself?
>>23651975Then disregard those rollsLet's move on, shall we?
>>23651975I just forgot to take off roll when talking is all
Rolled 7>>23651975WERE HEMORRHAGING TROOPS! Onto the next thing, quick!!!
>>23651984No, I just think that grapes and blueberries go together.
>>23651994>>23652001>>23652008Okay, so nominal, about 9 full companies.Next!Table1.21|FriendsD100 Roll|Result1-5|Administratum6-15|Adeptus Arbites16-30|Adeptus Astartes Chapter31-35|Adeptus Astra Telepathica36-45|Adeptus Mechanicus46-50|Adepta Sororitas51-55|Adeptus Titanicus56-58|Astropaths59-60|Chartist Captains61-65|Ecclesiarchy66-75|Imperial Guard (specific World)76-79|Imperial Navy80-85|Inquisition86-88|Navigators89-91|Officio Assassinorum92-93|PDF (specific World)94-98|Rogue Trader Dynasty99|Schola Progenium
>>23652022Oh god, I want a mixed Imperial-Eldar-tech titan so bad.
Rolled 3>>23652022Rollin' around at the speed of sound.
>>23652022Well we already have some adeptus mechanicusMaybe we could have some adeptus sororitus and name them after empress Theodora?
Rolled 36>>23652022will be interesting to see who still likes us...
>>23652040... Eldar Titan, or Imperial Titan?>>23652041Another Astartes Chapter (Works, since we're brothers in battle somewhat)>>23652048Administratum (Wat.)>>23652054Adeptus Mechanicus (Already are. Should we just say 'somewhat' with this?)>>23652049You have my attention.
Rolled 21>>23652022Somebody loves us, who will it be?
Rolled 10>>23652049This. Aren't they with the Ecclesiarchy though?
Rolled 53>>23652048Forgot to switch over to d100 was still on d10. Rerolling.
>>23652101Maybe there was a sort of mini-shiscm with a bit of everyone coming to follow the electes
Rolled 60>>23652022I WILL ROLL WITH GREAT JUSTICEPLUTARCH CANNOT GUIDE US WRONGMY FAITH IN THE EMPEROR IS UNRELENTINGI ALSO SWEAT ALOT..damn missing glandscacha>outrageously ftleteOutrageously awesome
>>23652078Going off of the first one, I'd like to point out we're similar to the Legion of the Damned and the Lamentors in being fucked over by Chaos/Fate/Everything. The difference is we're like both; we got curbstomped, but became unique for it.In this case, we Byzantine/Anglican Imperium now.>>23652101Chamber militant of it, yes. Actually, I was thinking that maybe a group of Soritas joined us, since they're the Daughters of the Emperor and all, and we follow Emp's word directly...Just saying.
Rolled 45>>23652078I don't see the Mechanicus unless its a secret splinter group. We use too much xenos tech, it would creep them out. If we did go with a splinter group it would be members of the http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Xenarite#.UT_ivRx1--0
Gentlemen, we have gone from a simple chapter, cast out and forgotten by the imperium into a mini-empire that may, in time, rival that of the other empires in the galaxy! We are the true successors of the emperor! The imperium has twisted the words of our leader for to long! Far in the future we may even have enough forces to take terra and truly fulfill the emperor's wishes!>We just started a new crusade
>>23652136That could work too, though likely not many, given our mutations and such.>>23652195Likely. The thing is, unless its circumstance/a select group, we're outcasts for a reason; the Imperium is against us, and we're on our own. We need to remember this.
Rolled 80>>23652229That doesn't mean we won't have sympathizers. The Imperium is a big place.
>>23652214Oh shit, he's sort of right...Sort of. We don't fight the Imperium unless we have to, and even then, its usually falling back and/or non-lethal if we can help it. We follow Emp's word, we don't try to change the Imperium as a whole, just do our job and follow the Big E's plan for us.This was decided in here: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/23645140/>>23652253Well, yes, of course.
>>23652094Arbites?>>23652101Arbites>>23652133Adeptus Titanicus. I take it this is the titan legions?>>23652152Chartist Captains (Wat?)>>23652195Mechanicus again.>>23652253Inquisition. Wait, what?!Okay, we need to decide. Stop the rolling people, we need to sort this shit out.
>>23652154Ok, Soritas.A group was sent out to cleanse our chapter, but for some reason were unable to bring themselves to fight us. Many went into exile over what they thought was their own betrayal to the emperor, while some decided that our chapter legends could not simply be made up and that they had been guided here for a reason.
>>23652329Ignore the roll for the Inqusition. I forgot to turn the rolling off.
>>23652329How about a bit of everyone (excluding ones that would be obviously against us)
>>23652329Okay, so here are the possible candidates:Arbites (unlikely)Adeptus Titanicus (no idea how/why, but it would be glorious)Chartist Captains (I don't even...)Mechanicus (Splinter, likely)Another Astartes Chapter (Legion of the Damned maybe?)Administratum (most likely not)Soritas (maybe a splinter/group who realizes we serve Emps.)This is the full list we've rolled.>>23652340I'm for this, btw.
>>23652352Gotcha.>>23652363Eeeeeh too much. Yes, there would be some who would join our cause, but they'd make up the bulk of the Homeworld's vast population the chapter has saved over the centuries, not actual organizations.
>>23652340I'll even set a pretty scene.How the group of Soritas found us we shall never know, for the ones left refuse to reveal. But find us they did. We put on a good show. Full ranks, breastplates thrust out, neat and orderly rows, as if for inspection. They could not believe these heretics. We stood silent, our Chapter Master at the front, spine perfectly vertical with the sky. "It is no mystery why you have come here sisters", his tone brokered no argument.
>>23652388Another astartes (more chapters who want to join the cause, though they may be wary of our semi- heretical ways)Mechanicus (because we need to decipher that elder tech somehow)Titanicus (because why the fuck not)And sororitus (because this>>23652340)
I wonder how the rest of the galaxy would react to us?Obviously the eldar hate us (and we hate them) but I wonder what the test would have to say
>>23652388If we were doing another chapter of Astartes as our allies, I would avoid picking the Legion of the Damned, as they're the 40k equivalent of the Flying Dutchman.
>>23652446"Advance Line, ready weapos!" the Cannoness shouted! And yet we moved not an inch, for we were faithful. At no more than 20 paces from our line they stopped and presented arms. "Take a walk with me Cannoness, if you please." I assure you my marines shall not move. The glare she gave could have cut stone, but our master was metal. He nodded, and began walking off down a small path to the side of the large clearing we were all gathered in.
>>23652506Is there a chapter that usually gets shit on by the rest? Because they would probably join us
>>23652538Lamenters, the chapter with terminally horrible luck.
>>23652456>>23652506Sadly, this is true. They mostly help the IG anyway, not other chapters....For some reason I want to say Salamanders, due to tech-bros and such, but we really just use the Mechanicus for that...>>23652195I'm going with Perils of the Ork on the Mechanicus bit. Yes, we need help with Eldar Tech, but we can't have full-sale support; they'd likely be freaked out by it. Instead, I think we should do a splinter faction.As for the Soritas... Going with Perils of the Ork again, unless anyone has any objections. I mean, really, it just seems too good to pass up.>>23652538Lamenters, the most fucked-over chapter in the Imperium of man. And they're canon.
>>23652530I remember it truly, we were all unhelmed. The lightest of breezes blew down from above the wraithbone spires, it stirred what little hair I had left. I was in the first line, being a captain, and had a full view of the penitence that some of these sisters wanted to force upon us.
Alright, what do we roll for next?
>>23652573As for the Titanicus, I have a solution.Refer to http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Titan_%28Warhammer_40,000%29#Eldar_Titans for what I mean when I say this.The craftworld had the remains of three Eldar Titans, a pair of Revenant Battle Titans, and one Phantom Titan. The Mechanicus has been beating their brains in trying to get them operational, but are having limited success.As for Imperial, the chapter has managed to save one, single Imperial Titan due to a skirmish with a Chaos Legion. Since they were the only ones left, and part of the crew was dead, they agreed to join us in exchange for salvation. What this titan is, I dont' know; it could be anything from a Warhound to an Imperator for all I care. Up to you guys.
>>23652601But we needed no penitence, for we had done nothing wrong in our Lord's view. I met the eyes of the sister directly across from me. That stuck her a bit. She had probably never seen someone she considered a traitor dutifully await his execution, nor had she ever looked into their eyes and found a silent conviction. No matter the outcome of today, we would die in the Emperors service. No one could take that from us. Not the daemons or mutations, not the Ultramarines, and certainly not these sisters.
>>23652627Enemies, and then we're done on the Space Marine Character Creation tables.And, if we can come together as a whole and get shit done, I think we can get the CSM table done.For those who don't know, the original plan, and the plan I'm still following, is to make this chapter, and then run it through the CSM table after its done with the SM table, due to the mutations and attempted Chaos corruption.Lore, tactics, etc are all the same, but we can add a few things with the CSM table, so it will go MUCH faster.That being said; our enemies table, elegan/tg/entlemen.
>>23652685Who are the Chapter's enemies?(d100)01-02 Roll on Chapter Friends table3-31 The Orks (alternatively, you may select a particular Waaagh! or Warboss)32-42 The Eldar (alternatively, you may select a particular Craftworld or leader)43-51 The Tyranids (alternatively, you may select a particular Hive Fleet)52-68 Chaos Space Marines (you should choose a particular warband, Chapter, or Traitor Legion)69-79 A particular Daemon, Daemon Prince or Disciple of Chaos80-87 A particular Chaos-aligned group (i.e., Traitor Titan Legion, Chaos pirates, renegade Imperial Guard, etc.)88-97 The Dark Eldar (alternatively, you may select a particular Kabal or leader).97-98 The Tau (alternatively, you may select a particular Tau force or leader)99-100 Other (choose one force or group, such as aliens or heretics or a specific cult)
>>23652650Sounds awesome!Not only do we get imperial titans, but elder titans as well!Also, as a side note, what does our chapter do? Or is that later in the chapter-building process?
Rolled 28>>23652695Rollin. Rollin on the river.
>>23652650I'm thinking that a Reaver-class Titan would work well. A bit larger than a Warhound but still not so big as to be encumbering. They're also a bit older than the other Imperial Titans, if I understand correctly, which would fit in with our almost-excommunicated and thus scavenge-based state.
Rolled 14>>23652695eldar + roll
>>23652695I imagine the inquisition would absolutely LOATHE usPlus, there's the whole eldar hate thing (although the dark eldar might be okay with us)
>>23652702Refer to >>23651740 and >>23651774Originally we were made to kill Eldar; a task which was doomed from the start. After Chaos attempted to break and mutate us into joining them, our Chapter's Legend, Salva Boiler, had managed to save the chapter from damnation through a series of events you can find in that sup/tg/ link there. Scroll towards the bottom for what we finally decided on.Plutarch is now our chapter master in his stead, and keeps the chapter together. We now do the will of the Emperor himself, purging Xenos and Chaos whenever we can, using the Eldar's own tech against them with holy Imperial technology and weapons.
>>23652746Forgot to roll
Rolled 80>>23652736looks like it might be able to go at a ok speed
Rolled 49>>23652761Something fishy's going on here...Probably eldar
>>23652650Scout Titan>>23652676When captain-sister Founa spoke, it reverberated off the high buildings all around us, everyone could hear. "You shall burn like the rest of the traitors," I smiled a bit, more than i should have in the situation. "We shall most likely burn sister, traitor or not. The Lord Emperor gives his blessing stringently, and we have already received more than our fair share of it. I would not curse him if we died here today."
>>23652695Eldar and Chaos forces are obligatory, I would think, with a focus on the Eldar. (They hate us for scavenging the wreck of a Craftworld, besides us actually being formed to fight the pointy eared scum.)
>>23652736Seems legit. Any opposed?As for enemies; we have to have Eldar. Its required. No debating this.>>23652727Orks>>23652738Orks>>23652746Inquisition>>23652770Chaos>>23652777TyranidsHonestly, I'm agreeing with >>23652789 on this. Orks don't really make sense, and Tyranids likely wouldn't find us anyway due to being in a warp storm.
Rolled 13>>23652816lets stick to Inquisiton, Chaos, and eldar
>>23652838Agreed, then.So, in closing:Allies:Adeptus Mechanicus SplinterAdeptus Soritas SplinterLamentors?Titanicus (3 Eldar scavenged and semi-operational, 1 Reaver-Class Imperial.)Enemies:EldarChaosInquisitionAllies of Convenience:Everyone else but the Tyranids, with non-lethal/retreats when facing the Imperium of Man, no matter the force (the only exception being Ultramarines, and even then, not full-on attacking. Harassment at most.)Everyone cool with this?
Rolled 75>>23652777tyranid tripsWe must have dumped our waste somewhere in space and the hivefleet ran into it.
>>23652886>allies of convenience include orksIt makes absolutely no sense, but damn would it be hilarious
>>23652894Well, everyone hates the 'nids. I guess we can add them. Likely help the Imperium deal with them when we can.Anyone up for doing the CSM table, or should we wait and do it tomorrow?
>>23652886Seems good to me. Are there any other "outcast" Loyalist chapters or ones that might be sympathetic to us, do you think?
>>23652785And that took her aback. She was furious, a righteous anger that consumed her face. "How dare you claim to be blessed by OUR Lord. Look upon yourselves. Can you not see? The warp has chewed you up and spit you out. I should kill you, here and now." She drew her melta pistol and walked two paces in front of her line, raising it at my head. All eyes were now on us. The other sisters had mixed reactions. Some were nervous, others borderline excited. I also took two steps forward, hands still clasped behind my back and said "I advance to give you maximum penetration with your weapon sister. At this range, it will surly kill me in one shot." Her hand shook, her body trembled with quiet quakes of indignation.
>>23652936ehhhh, how much time does everyone have?
>>23652886I don't think we'd have many allies out there other than the splinter groups that are more or less stuck with us. Even allies of convience seems a bit of a stretch after all we're a castout, renegage space marines chapter living on an eldar craftworld filled with Imperial Citizens we rescued/abducted from worlds under attack. We use potent, arcane equipment discovered in the bowels of the craftworld.I don't think anyone I think some may respect us. But as soon as the original threat is dead, I think we'd be next on everyone's shit list.capchaSpace izExecuwhy yes capcha, we do space eldar
>>23652936Im down for tonight!
>>23652955i don't think anyone *likes us
>>23652936Let's get it done tonight. If we hit something that would require fluff we can stop there or save it for tomorrow.
>>23652977Significant fluff, I mean. Like what we did with Salva Boiler, for instance.
>>23652936Lo we have been working great works in his name, carry on good man tis springbreak.capcha>Lord foudonfmy next character
>>23652977Alright. We'll be quick then....However, something has occured to me... we have a lot of different units and allied splinters. Do we do the CSM or Chaos Warband table? CSM is more focused on marines, while warband is also cultists and such... so it would also cover our citizenry.
>>23652998ya, that took a long time, but mostly because we got horribly off track
>>23653007hmm, our citizens need some lore love to I think
>>23653012That and we had 12 fucking names
>>23653024Yeah, we've become less of a chapter and more of a small-time faction
>>23653040ya, I think we would get stomped if we were found in any big way though
>>23653024>>23653040Warband it is then. Let me get the table...Okay.Chaos Undivided 1-30Khorne 31-45Slaanesh 46-60Nurgle 61-75Tzeentch 76-90Lesser God (Ex. Malice) 91-100 Alternatively, from the CSM table:Legion Warband or Renegade Chapter? (d10)1–5 Renegade Chapter (once a loyal Space Marine Chapter, now serving Chaos)6-10 Legion Warband (a warband of one of the nine Chaos Space Marine Legions)I think we know what this means.
>>23653063First one is:Chaos Allegiance D100 Rollbtw. My bad; didn't copy over.
>>23653063>>23653070>chaosNow I'm just confused
>>23653063I think the roll for this should be for, "Which Chaos God likes us the least?"
>>23653085The chapter was mutated by Chaos, but is still loyal. Very much so. This is simply to determine what Chaos Gods are fucking with us, who we're least like/hate, and our demeanor/mutations.
Rolled 49>>23653063Slaanesh for killan eldar better, or tzeentch for tzeentch.
>>23653115Hated by Khorne, we refuse to kill members of the Imperium.
>>23653107Speaking of which, its obvious as far as the second table goes that we're a Renegade Chapter, though we do not serve Chaos. Still, the Imperium hates us, so should this be our official title?
>>23653063Also crap. The Ork is brb, forgot food is closing, its fuggin 11:30 haha
Rolled 48>>23653132except smurfs
>>23653116>>23653132So basically Tzeetch fucked us over, Slannesh is pleased by us but we hate it, and Khorne's relationship is a mutual hate; he's Chaos, and we don't kill Imperial Citizenry.I like it.
>>23653202>slaneesh is pleased by usMother of god...The dark elder really ARE tsundere for us!
>>23653202Looking over this, its fairly clear that we'll need to use both to determine all of this.If you'll look at both tables, you'll see what I mean:http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Chaos_Warband_Creation_Tableshttp://1d4chan.org/wiki/Chaos_Space_Marine_Warband_Creation_TablesSo how about we agree to use the CWB table for our citizenry, and the CSM for the marines themselves?>>23653244...Sweet Emperor, you're right!
>>23653202Also, if Slaanesh is our "patron" we could attribute our Astartes' Daemonette-purple skin to her.
>>23653265...Holy shit, it all makes sense now!Slaanesh (maybe with nudging from Tzeetch?) mutated us from the very beginning in the gene-seed process, and later fully attempted to corrupt us...Except Slaanesh didn't know that we would be able to fight it...
>>23653258well seeing as we have started on warband lets do that 1st then move on
>>23653244I'm loving this chapter more and moreAlso what is our name?I just say "electes"
>>23653244does our chapter have a name yet or is that to come, alsoSpacemarine-san don't shoot us uguu (´◉◞౪◟◉)fucking dark eldar...
>>23653292Does this mean the dark elder will make sexual advances on us in battle?>no boner, not now
>>23653299>>23653307I believe we put that off last thread until we had more of our fluff put together.
>>23653293Yeah... yeah, let's finish the full warband first.So, Slaanesh Favors us and is responsible, and Khorne hates us because of the fact that we don't kill Imperials (baring one or two Ultramarines, the dicks.)>>23653299>>23653307Originally it was the Electes Imperitoris (Emperor's Chosen in Latin/Gothic), but we've had some minor debate about it, since that's mostly what the Inquisition uses to identify us/pre-mutation and declaration of us being traitors.As for current name... I don't know. I think we came up with one last thread, but I can't be sure...
>>23653358Getting back on track.So for the first table we are favored by Slaanesh, but we do not worship it/him/er. Okay. Next!Frequency of Blessings D100 RollNone: The war band has not garnered significant attention of any of the deities of chaos and thus receive no blessings 1-10Low: A Champion or a group of individuals within the war band have committed deeds worthy of recognition by the gods of chaos and have received 11-45Moderate: The war band regularly has individuals within whom are capable of garnering the attention and blessings of the gods 46-85High: Every deed, every thought, every word spoken is done in the name of chaos. The war band is highly active and effective, constantly attracting the attention of the gods. Most, if not all, of the war band has received some sort of blessing 86-100
>>23653358lets hold off on that and focus on the warband then, we have to really have a full picture in mind to come up with a grand name, though if someone comes up with something save it for later.also we're going off the full warband creation table right not just the csm table?
Rolled 70>>23653385Yo lo.
>>23653400>90>High: Every deed, every thought, every word spoken is done in the name of chaos. The war band is highly active and effective, constantly attracting the attention of the gods. Most, if not all, of the war band has received some sort of blessingwelp
Rolled 33>>23653385lets see how many tentacles we get guys!
>>23653404A few of them we'll disregard. We'll skip Homeworld, Recruitment Methods, Combat Doctrine, Exalted Champion, and Deed for the God.
Rolled 28>>23653421>>23653400aaaaand slaanesh is tsundere for us too.Living in a warp strom, maybe?
>>23653453ya, I think we said that our world was in a warp storm last thread
>>23653453Homeworld is the remnants of an Eldar Craftworld in a Warp Storm. See >>23652759>>23653400High (Dubs)>>23653421Moderate>>23653429Low>>23653453Low>>23653461Low...Do we all just want to say high, since Slannesh basically fucked us from day one?
>>23650188aren't "craftworlds" just giant-ass colony ships?
>>23653400and Bob was the demonsmaybe our faith in Plutarchs vision drives us to excess, in every action we take we go to 11!!!!Our ferocity and determination are second to none, even chaos' own children fear us because be it madness or faith, when we set our minds to it no force can stop us. Thats if they can even find us.
>>23653508Pretty much, but from my understanding they're often "parked" / entombed in planets.
>>23653508Yeah, basically. Somehow the chapter found one in a warp storm, abandoned, smashed to hell, and overgrown by jungle in its urban buildings.
>>23653493high would basically say that he/she/it is still trying to take us but low represents how we aren't respecting them, whatever you guys decide
>>23653493also i think the fact that this chapter uses the webway and lives in the middle of a warp storm exposes it to the influence of the chaos gods more so than most
>>23653523I like this. Perhaps outside of warfare we're unusually calm but we go apeshit from religious fervour during battle, so as to further the little theme we've got going of duality.
>>23653567>>23653566>>23653562So yes to High, but for reasons of:Slaanesh is actively trying to get usWe live in a fucking warp stormApeshit in battle, but calm fuckers outside of itI like it. Next, unless anyone is against. Too long; next post.
>>23653611Good with me
>>23653611Common Blessings D100 Roll“Aesthetic”: Physical deformities that give nothing to the individuals other a change in looks. It could be possibly a set of short horns, useless tentacle appendages, a third eye, etc. 1-50Deadly Protrusions: Once again, these take the form of physical deformities, however, these deformities serve a purpose in combat. With mutations such as spiked limbs, sharp fangs, large horns, etc. the blessed ones are even more deadly in close combat. 51-60Heightened senses: Those blessed with heightened senses are made significantly much more aware of their surroundings. 61-70Servants of the Warp: Warp spawned creatures are given to the blessed as utterly loyal servants. These can be anything from a hound of chaos, to chaos spawn, to a familiar. 71-75Spawn-hood: The Gods are uncaring, any attention from them they consider to be a gift, even if it is sorely unwanted. The war band suffers from having many of the blessed becoming spawn or on the path to becoming one. 76-80Weapons of Chaos: The blessed of the war band have been given much war gear infused with chaos one way or another. This may take form in daemon weapons, artifacts of chaos, blessed/cursed armor, etc. 81-90The Eye that sees Beyond: The Gods have granted those who have gained their attention with an additional that can see into the Warp allowing them to communicate directly to daemons and makes summoning daemons significantly easier. For psykers, the eye allows them greater access and control over warp spawned magic. 91-98Daemonhood: The most revered of all gifts, it is rarely dispensed upon those who gain the favor of the gods, saved only for those who commit aspiring deeds worthy of legend in the name of chaos. The War band is fortunate as they have committed such deeds and those who are blessed are either daemon princes, or well upon the path to daemonhood
Rolled 97>>23653655Rolling for the emperor, oddly enough
Rolled 72>95>97Well, shit
Rolled 3>>23653670>>23653703>>23653691all high
Rolled 53Why does chaos love is so much?Do they even KNOW who they're supporting?
>>23653718didn't mean to roll
>>23653670>>23653691The Eye that sees Beyond>>23653703Weapons of Chaos>>23653712Servants of the Warp>>23653715>>23653735Deadly protrusions>>23653718Aesthetic>>23653735Slaanesh is actively trying to convert us to Chaos. Its a wonder we're not ascending Daemonhood every five minutes.
Rolled 66>>23653655"Hey, if you ever want some daemonettes, you know who to call.""Fuck off, slaanesh.""With pleasure~"
>>23653735Well, Slaanesh is always out to give us her "blessings" as she wants to make Chaos Space Marines out of us; Tzeentch is laughing his feathery bird ass off; Papa Nurgle doesn't care; and Khorne is angry because we try not to kill any Imperium mooks.
>>23653775Wheee are heere to konvhert hyuu
>>23653749No wonder the imperium didn't like us;Chaos is just DYING to covert us!Screw being tsundere with dark eldar, chaos is tsundere for us!
Rolled 20>>23653655oh boy, chaos!
>>23653749So Eyes is only good for compacting with Daemons, which we don't do, or controlling the warp, which would help our Librarians and psykers a bit.Weapons would mean daemon weapons, Kai guns, havocs, etc.Servants would be pet warp spawn and the likeProtrusions is basically sharp claws, fangs, etc.Aesthetic is just for looks; third eyes, useless tentacles, etc.>>23653775Also heightened senses, which is basically; "I SEE EVERYTHING!">>23653804Fuck off heretic.>>23653820We get all of the bitches that none of us want.
>>23653804Chaos forces sighted.Bring up the D-Cannons, and Multimelta platforms.All of them.
>>23653858See that?>>23653804Titans. All of them. "But sir, we've only got the guns on the Eldar ones online!" Close enough!
>>23653835How about just weapons (goes with the whole found tech motif)And possibly seeing into the warpDamn, We already have a considerable advantage over the imperium
>>23653858Hwee hayve captoored hyuu for Kay-ooss
>>23653895that picture, O god I am laughing too hard
>>23653895"In fealty to the God-Emperor (our undying Lord) and by the Grace of the Golden Throne, I declare Exterminatus..."
>>23653835Getting back on track, as far as what is 'best' for our situation, its debatable. We wouldn't use daemons or spawn, so Servants is outright pointless, and Eyes only helps the psykers and librarians.Weapons would be nice, but its doubtful we'd use them, if they weren't forced on us.Protrusions would help with the 'slowly attempted to be corrupted' bit...>>23653883Weapons would work, I guess. We grab whatever we can get, even if its a bit chaotic.Seeing into the warp... sure; helps our Psykers/Librarians out a bit, and Slaanesh is basically saying 'if you want to, the daemonettes are yours'
>>23653895Why is chaos Mexican?
>>23653858>>23653877>>23653895Cancel those orders, and bring me the Chapter Codex.Heathen, pray tell, have you ever been in a...bible fight?
>>23653946Its just Cultist-Chan. She's tan or something. I think its actually grime. Iunno.So basically our psykers/librarians are blessed and Slaanesh dangles the Daemonette keys at us, and our Tech-Priests/Techmarines get Daemon Weapons...Everyone cool with this, because I'm about to list out stuff we can skip so that we can move on to the stuff that matters.
>>23653938protusions would also go in with the mutated as fuck nature of our chapter. The Eye would help us navigate the webway and find loci to place new webway gates though. I don't see any of the others really being permissible by the chapter though a few weapons could be warptouched, heck, some eldar tech is warp touched by nature anyway.
>>23653979I think the catch with the Daemon weapons is that they should have to be "sanctified" first as much is possible and even then severely and obviously corrupted weapons would be avoided.
>>23653979>>23653997So protrusions, eye, and warp weapons. Gotcha.Things we can skip (in order):Warband's HQ location (Moot; done already)Warband Build (cultists vs marines. Moot; we have a planet of citizens and allies)Recruitment Methods (Moot; we get allies from splinter factions and those that we save)Combat Doctrine (Moot; done already)Warband’s Exalted Champion (Moot; chapter master)Deed for the God (Moot; chapter doesn't do shit for slaanesh, and slaanesh is still trying to get us to come over to Chaos)>>23654021Noted.Ready to move on to the CSM table and be done, brothers?
>>23654021We aren't full on heretics, just slightly more "open">no, not like that slaneesh. Go fuck a space elf
>>23654124Just going to do this quickly with shit that doesn't matter/moot>Legion Warband or Renegade Chapter? (d10)Moot; Renegade, declared Excommunicato Traitoris (or however you spell it)>Chaos Worship (d10)Slaanesh tries to drag us to Chaos. We hate it and refuse.Why did they fall (Renegades only)? (d100) Will post list next post. Don't roll yet; this one's fairly obvious.
>>23654193Excommunicate Traitoris, btwThe list is:1-5 The Chapter Master was accused of heresy by the Inquisition. The Chapter fought against the Inquisition’s warriors and failed.6-15 The Chapter was friends with the wrong people and ended up being punished because of this.16–30 Marines in the Chapter dabbled in the dark arts and thought nobody would find out. They were wrong.31–40 They tried to fight heresy with heresy. The Ordo Malleus made them pay gravely for this when they found out.41–45 The Chapter rebelled, with originally good intentions, against the Imperium.46-55 It was discovered that the Chapter's progenitor was a Traitor Legion (roll on Traitor Legion table to decide which).56-70 The Marines began indulging in the heretical and eventually became consumed by it.71-80 A battle-brother discovered a mighty weapon. Little did he know a daemon was bound to it, which whispered dark words to its wielder.81–90 The Chapter's forces were stationed in an area with a powerful Warp presence. This twisted their minds and corrupted them.91–95 Near the brink of annihilation, the Marines took an extremely cowardly or horrible action to preserve their Chapter, and were excommunicated for this.96-99 A major mutation appeared in the Chapter's gene-seed. Agents were deployed to remove the impure Marines, but when they failed the Chapter broke their bonds with the Imperium.100 The Chapter was friendly with a group of xenos and collaborated with them a bit too frequently. When the Ordo Xenos found out, they had the Chapter Master executed and excommunicated his brothers. See what I mean?
>>23654214Given the history of the chapter, can we assume that 96-99 A major mutation appeared in the Chapter's gene-seed. Agents were deployed to remove the impure Marines, but when they failed the Chapter broke their bonds with the Imperium. is the reason, due to the Ultramarines and our gene-seeds being impure?Also to note;>Original Traitor Legion (Legion Warbands and Descendents only)Moot; We renegade to the Imperium
>>23654339ok, so what is the next table we should be looking at?
>>23654363I... didn't assume people would be that quick to it...Then again, we're kind of nearly-done, so... yeah...My bad? Anyway. Next table is:Devotion to the Ruinous Powers (d10)1 Loathed. Many Marines in the warband refuse to see Chaos as an ally and shun those who submit themselves to it.2-5 Neutral. The warband believes Chaos to be more of a tool than something to be worshipped, serving the dark Gods when it benefits them.6-10 Fanatic. The marines of the warband are highly devoted to their God(s), willingly submitting themselves to the Ruinous Powers and viewing possession as favourable.I assume we can say Loathed, for obvious reasons?
>>23654393Yes, Loathed, easily.
>>23654435>>23654444Wow. Quads. Anyway. Next:Warband Demeanour (d10)1 Exploit and Conquer. The Warband views all others as mere pawns, assisting them when it helps their own goals and tossing them aside once they are no longer needed. These Marines are selfish and untrustworthy.2 Scorched Earth. The battle-brothers of the Warband commonly destroy anything they do not need so the enemy cannot use it. Even valuable things, such as captured fortresses and ships, are considered expendable if the foe can use it to their advantage.3 Take No Prisoners. These warriors are butchers who slaughter all who stand before them. Even those who are willing to submit to the Warband are ripped limb from limb.4 Corruption Above All. Marines in the Warband love being twisted by the warp, viewing mutation as a blessing and boon. They are very willing to work with abhumans, mutants and other freaks because of this.5 Of a Lost Age. The Warband has access to much pre-Horus Heresy technology. Having these ancient weapons gives the Marines a respect and appreciation for the relics of old.6 Stalk the Prey. The marines of this force fight like hunters, waiting for just the right time to strike and kill their enemy. This way of combat gives them much patience and cunning.7 Extra Heresy. A surprisingly large amount of the warband is willing to work alongside aliens, so long as they also worship Chaos (also this isn’t always the case). The battle-brothers in this force are more tolerant than most others.8 Desecrate and Defile. The Marines of this Warband bear hatred towards icons and relics of the enemy, and will try to destroy or corrupt them whenever the chance arises. Temples burn and works of art are twisted by their hands.9 and 10 got cut off. Posting next.
>>236544669 Honour Amongst Thieves. Despite being evil and cruel individuals, these Marines have a strong sense of brotherhood. Many would never even consider betraying their fellow warriors an option, and would even sacrifice themselves to save a friend's life.10 For the Dark Gods. The marines of this force believe their deities to be the ultimate beings of the Galaxy and are willing to serve them for eternity. Champions in the Warband will frequently try to prove their worth, accepting any challenge and constantly trying to elevate their status amongst the Warp's chosen.
Rolled 1>>23654466I'm kinda liking 6 and 9.
>>23654473Five, Six, or Seven could work, I guess. Nine too, technically. Iunno; do we want to?
Rolled 3>>23654466a lot of them look so good, can't pick so rolling
>>23654466>>23654473Ah, Hell. Rollin'
>>23653493high,ALL THE MUTATIONS!!! ALL THE TIME!!!
Rolled 8>>23654583Fuck, I must have it mistyped. Hang on. This should work.
Rolled 6>>23654590Okay, so what exactly do we want to have; what options do we want, so that we can choose one.
>>236546175,6,7, and 9 I'm thinking.
>>236544669696969696969696969696969Captcha: jammin scientific5 doesn't make sense captcha
Rolled 1>>23654641So four then. Going in order (1=5, 2=6, etc.) Rollin a 1d4.
Rolled 7>>23654617>2 Scorched Earth. The battle-brothers of the Warband commonly destroy anything they do not need so the enemy cannot use it. Even valuable things, such as captured fortresses and ships, are considered expendable if the foe can use it to their advantage.>6 Stalk the Prey. The marines of this force fight like hunters, waiting for just the right time to strike and kill their enemy. This way of combat gives them much patience and cunning.>9 Honour Amongst Thieves. Despite being evil and cruel individuals, these Marines have a strong sense of brotherhood. Many would never even consider betraying their fellow warriors an option, and would even sacrifice themselves to save a friend's life.all of these look good
Rolled 2>>23654664Rolling d4.
Rolled 4>>23654668why am I still rolling a d10, that should be a d4
Rolled 4>>23654664Well, this roll says Stalk the Prey, which would likely match our hunting down eldar style using the webway, right?Objections should be stated; I need to hurry due to lack of time. Sorry.So basically we can skip:>Common Mutations/Deficiencies (if Neutral or Fanatic devotion)because we're loathed, unless we want to because slaanesh.>Common Mental Flaws (if Fanatic devotion)same here.>Figure of LegendWe have this.>Deeds of LegendAnd this>Warband Homeworldand this>Homeworld terrainAnd this>Combat doctrinemootSpecial EquipmentWe can if we want.
Rolled 2>>23654776>What form do the Chapters' beliefs take?Been there, done that. Emps is the man.>Warband StatusDone.>Warband allies. Who has our back?Are we allied/neutral to any Chaos group? I doubt it, but I'll let you guys call that.>Who are the Warband's enemies?Basically done, since we don't fight the Imperium, and that's the majority of this table.Just state any one of these and I'll provide the table.
Rolled 1>>23654776eh, we already have loads of special equipment but if we are going to talk about it I say anything that isn't a "normal space marine" should counts as an equivalent of picking a flamer or a rpg for the team just so we arnt so "her der we use everything" and just kind of keep it in check
Rolled 3>>23654824You know you want to ally with these big, juicy, shuddering mountains. Shoot your gene-seed all over me, then our contract shall be complete.
>>23654864when my English starts to degrade I know I am getting tired...
Rolled 1>>23654776>>23654824So basically what isn't already done is:Special Equipment (d100)01-10 Preferred Fighting Style11-20 Special Chaos Icons21-25 Daemon Weapons26-35 Bestial Companion36-45 Ancient Weaponry46-50 Unholy Wargear51-60 Stolen Technology61-70 Special Mount71-80 Unique Daemon Engines81-90 Special Armour91-100 Biological Experiments Warband allies. Who has our back? (d100)1-5 Warmaster Abaddon6-10 Populace of a waning Imperial Planet11-15 Corrupt Governor or other high-ranking Imperial official16-30 Chaos warband or specific Chaos Lord31-35 Rogue Psyker Cult36-40 Dark Mechanicus/Traitor Titan Legion41-50 Chaos Cult51-75 Specific group of Chaos mortals (renegade Guard regiment, clan of Tribals, corrupted Mutants)76-80 Rogue Inquisitor81-85 Specific Chaos Xenos86-95 Pirate group96-100 Specific Daemon Prince, Greater Daemon, or other powerful daemon>>23654864True. Honestly if you look above there's not much we can use that isn't tainted.
>>23654776>Common Mutationstechnically we would already have freakish skin, but I suppose something like eyes of night or body horror might work>Mental flawsLoud and Proud= TOO SUBTLE FOR YOU!!!>Special equipstolen tech fits best, fighting style could also work
Rolled 4>>23654901Stealth-based chapter, so this wouldn't work for Loud and ProudCommon Mutations like Eyes of Night and Freakish Skin, so I guess more is just a bit too much...Though body horror does describe having bat wings in place of jump packs. Anyone up for that to complete the whole 'daemons' look?And yeah; stolen tech. Its already true, might as well reinforce it.
Rolled 1>>23654964Battery is very, very low. Archiving thread soon.Okay, so is Stalk the Prey okay for demeanor, stolen tech for Special Equipment, and daemon wings for the mutation?As for allies... allies of convenience, so that's not worth doing.
>>23655003I... I think we might just be done
>>23654953clearly you don't get the reference, unfortunately I don't have the gif for it
Rolled 4>>23655037If we agree to this, we are. We can put it on 1d4chan and do more fluff tomorrow. Its too bloody later at night to do more.
>>23655040basically look up "oinkbane the wereboar assassin"
>>23655052well I am ok with this, also it looks like we are losing steam all in favor of saving this and calling it a day say I
>>23655052Okay. I'm archiving this thread directly after this post. I'll see what I can do tomorrow about us fleshing this out, so come back at about 3PM EST and the thread will likely be up by then.Good night all. We've done well.
>>23655115http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/23649973/ Bookmark this if you want. I have to go; my batteries dying.
>>23655115I did it. I appear to have fucked up the numbering, though. I'm too good.
>>23655141Damn. I wanted to name it Emperor Revering Marine's Crafworld Boogaloo...
>>23655140>404 not foundwell ok
>>23655195Huh? Weird. Its the first (current) link on sup/tg/'s archive. Damned Marines 1. You'll know it when you see it.I have to go now. See you all tomorrow.