Twitter: @ELHMk1Normal Run Time: Thursdays @ 8pm EST (GMT-5)Archive Link (includes sup/tg/ & moe links, art & references, and other info): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZlPV-W2T9xDEzsSxYq8OLHnB7CKfB0eUAQyH4vj2lU8/edit?usp=sharingIgnitrix’s Character Sheet (2nd tab):https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10H9COxlc2Qaqkx5DTaihQJHazhc-_KKIS-Aon-VxluA/edit?usp=sharingIf you’re a die-hard lover of canon, I suggest you turn away now. Like all things 40k, the gauntlet runs from “worshipping the printed word” to “over the top silliness.” Most of the time it’s somewhere in between. Others it swerves hard to one side and/or breaks this model entirely. You’ve been warned in advance.All rolls go against a specified characteristic in the style of Black Crusade. You’ll want to roll under the characteristic value in order to pass the check. The more degrees of success (every multiple of 10 counts as 1), the more awesome of a result. A 1 is a guaranteed success, and a 100 is a guaranteed failure. Best of three rolls when it’s called for, with a 1 or a 100 instantly taking precedence. If multiple characteristics are being rolled for, each 1d100 counts for its respective test. Any rolls prior to the call for one and those not linking said post will be ignored.You may burn (i.e. gone forever) 10 infamy to completely reroll a check (i.e. three new 1d100). If you have above 10 infamy, you are allowed a single additional 1d100 roll for any check during a session. Unlike the last couple of oneshots (or whatever they SHOULD be called), I plan on doing this sidequest for at least a few sessions. Builds dramatic tension and <insert more purple prose bullshit here>. Or something. Excessive meta/whining/waifu’ing/etc goes to another thread. Blatant Samefaggotry and smutty requests will be ignored.You may find this 4chanX filter list useful: http://pastebin.com/QxMu8Rrr
“Two weeks huh…”You eye the ceiling of Cinder’s old stateroom as you lounge in the bloodbath there. Since the Bloodletter left with Acerea you’ve been maintaining control of the fleet from here. Initially you thought to use your own quarters on the Raptor but it turned out the Blank had moved in next door. And that just wouldn’t do. Besides, it’s not like Cinder will mind you using her room, right?Of course not.And if she does, all you have to do is pout until she gives you a headpat. It’s almost too easy to manipulate her that way. Everything about the current situation is going just as planned - from the “discovery” of the Engine to your control of the splinter fleet. Every actor (save the Blank) iswhere they should be, which reminds you…You tap your data slate and raise the bridge on the vox. “Get a message out to the fleet. I want a single broadside volley from every ship directed at the following coordinates in precisely twenty minutes.”“Ma’am.” Great, it’s the Blank. “There’s nothing at those coordinates, nor anything in that direction on any star chart for lightyears.”“You have your orders, so follow them.” With that you close the comm link. It’d take far too long to explain and you don’t really feel in the mood to justify yourself to anyone at the moment. Save Cinder, you suppose, but she’s not exactly here. But even then that’d be a complex conversation. “Yes I planned all of this but your damned headpats are addicting, you stupid red thing.” Yeah. That’d go over great. Best to just keep things close to your chest for now. You’ll explain everything when the time is right, not a moment before.Right on time the ship rocks slightly. You pull up one of the external camera feeds and count under your breath. (cont)
>>36825113“3… 2… 1…”The instant you hit zero a merchant fleet exits the Immaterium right into the path of the deadly barrage. Each of the twenty-some-odd ships are torn apart before they can react. Some even fail to exit the Warp entirely before their engines and Gellar fields die. A grisly fate, but again, just as planned. What better way to make sure the Lord Inquisitor Caidin doesn’t get his bottle of Amasec during the upcoming Opera on Scintilla?Yes, the Opera. One of those “high culture” events that the nobles of Hive Sibellus attend once a year if only for appearance’s sake. It’s there that you’ll be beginning your little reign of chaos while Cinder’s away. You have several plans in place, all stemming from the destruction of that single crate of liquor. It’s just a matter of choosing one.>  Infiltrate the Opera as one of the singers. >  Pretend you’re just another noble there to enjoy the performance>  No one expects the service staff>  Write inJust get it out now, by the way.
>>36825125>  No one expects the service staff
>>36825125> No one expects the service staffHoly shit she was a bitch all along.
>>36825125>  Infiltrate the Opera as one of the singers.I didn't know she could sing! Besides, an opera seems like it could be fun.
Seems we're going with the service staff.Personally I think you all just want to see Ignitrix in a maid outfit. I'm onto you.
>>36825507Didn't even cross my mind, but now that you mention it...
>>36825507Just as planned.
>>36825507I was imagining something like pic related.
>>36825105I misread that as Lacly (Lace-ly?) of change (dat font!)
>>36825696>Enters diner.>"LACLY!" I shout.>Both Iggy and her past self turn to face me.
>>36825125>Just get it out now, by the way.
>>36825735snerk snerkthat is our new nickname for her.
>>36825125Most social gatherings among the upper echelons of society tend to rely heavily upon the work of countless service personnel. Though most nobles will bring their own servants the venue itself will still have them. Relevant to you and the Opera is the fact that Lord Caidin will be expecting a very specific vintage delivered to him at the height of “La Donne è mobile.” If you show up at the right time, just when his staff begins to panic about what to do, you’ll be able to offer up their “salvation” in the form of a bottle from “Inquisitor Cinder’s Personal Collection.” The bottle itself can be many things, each serving its own purpose:Actually a 763.M39 Bottle of Amasec. Cinder gets some attention from the Lord Inquisitor in charge of the entire Calaxis Inquisition.A poisoned bottle tailored to Caidin’s genetic code. Mixed properly it won't be detected by his taste tester until the man is already dying. Or turning into a Chaos Spawn.A 762.M39. Caidin’s a snob and will be upset to the point of ruining the entire Opera. A poisoned bottle that will turn the first to drink it into a Chaos Spawn.And so on. Whether or not Cinder’s involved is also up for debate. It’s the kind of choice that will lead to either a grand scene with you eliminating some very important individuals all at once or simply sowing some seeds to reap later. Worst case you can always change plans mid-plan and claim it was all according to plan later. >  Maybe Cinder will get actual missions this way - 763.M39>  Bye bye Caidin!>  Have Caidin piss off the Nobles>  Cause a scene and “save the day”>  Write in
>>36825979> Have Caidin piss off the Nobles
>>36825979>Let's burn down the theatre and lock everyone inside.
>>36825979Having some missions to do seems like it could be fun, and could potentially have some useful rewards for daemons.>  Maybe Cinder will get actual missions this way - 763.M39Also, we should burn down the theater.
>>36825979>  Maybe Cinder will get actual missions this way - 763.M39
Meh, I'll just move things along and you can make a better call later. Writing...Also maybe one day my autocorrect will not fuck over 40k terms. Calaxis. Cripes.
>>36826267Is that over at the Eastern Fringe of the Galaxy?
>>36826031Let's not, it didn't work out well in that movie.
>>36825979For now you’ll tentatively settle on getting Cinder some clout. As with all plans it’s best to play it by ear once you’re in the thick of it. A beep from your data slate interrupts your chain of thought. It seems a certain Blood Raven isn’t happy with the fact he’s been involved in yet another massacre. You’ve placated him in the past by offering him salvage rights but something about the fact he’s choosing to broadcast himself fully armored tells you that’s not going to work this time.You slip a little lower in the bloodbath and answer the vox. “What is it, Gallienus?”His helmet does nothing but amplify his rage. “I grow tired of butchering innocents in the name of the ‘Inquisition.’ It’s getting harder and harder to justify it to those under me. There’s already whispers that we’re repeating the past and they’re not wrong. So enough. We’re-”You narrow your eyes and cut him off with a small ‘ahem,” “You’ll what, Gallienus? Run away? Tell the Imperium that you’ve actually been working for Chaos but had a change of heart? Attempt to take us by force? Hmmm?”“We are prepared to do what we should have done weeks ago. But if you will remove the exterminatus bomb from our vessel we will be happy to go in peace.”“Usually the one holding the trigger to the explosives makes the demands.”“It is not too late for us to return to the Emperor’s Grace, daemon.”Well this was bound to happen at some point. Better now than when you’re orbiting Scintilla. >  Aggressive negotiations (Fel)>  Oh yeah, the bomb! Let’s use that.>  Let them go. They’re already tainted and will come back in time.>  Write in
>>36826761>>  Let them go. They’re already tainted and will come back in time.
>>36826761> Aggressive negotiations (Fel)
>>36826761> Let them go. They’re already tainted and will come back in time.
>>36826761>>  Aggressive negotiations (Fel)I don't quite feel that they've taken the seed of chaos within them yet
>>36826761>  Let them go. They’re already tainted and will come back in time.>  Open up a warp portal and freeze them chronologically inside.
>>36826864> Freeze them in the Warp until they're either begging to come out or turned into CSMsOr did you mean some sort of endless Groundhog day loop?
>>36826896I was thinking that we could swallow them up in a warp portal for safe keeping until we need them again. The chronologically thing is more for their benefit.
>>36826864>>36826940That sort of thing would require a WP roll but could happen.We're tied atm so we'll wait a bit before I roll a d2.
>>36826761>  Aggressive negotiations (Fel)
>>36826962 freeze em'
>>36826761>3If we push now they might not warn us next time they decide to fight the leash.
>>36826962I'll change my vote for>>36826835To the freeze option
Well I think Warp Shenanigans &  has won. 1d100 vs 69Doubles on any roll means fun chart time.
>>36826962There's no reason not to attempt that freeze thing if we're going with "Let them go." If it works, eyy! If it doesn't, ehh.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>36827051
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>36827051
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>36827051Haha, 69!
We should time our warp portal just before their warp portal opens up, though.
>>36827060>>36827068>>36827072Cutting it a little close there, aren't we?Writing...
>>36827101Hey, you know what'd be neat to recruit? A Slaaneshi Subjugator.
>>36827210Ge the fuck out
>>36827331What? Metal Gears are cool Furthermore, it's daemonic!
>>36826761“Fine. You’re free to go. Have fun doing whatever it is you do that isn’t stealing everything.”Despite his helmet you can almost see the confusion and anger on the Space Marine’s face. “And the bomb?”You roll your eyes and wave your hand about mystically. A very convincing projection of the bomb appears in the same hand. “There, happy? You can verify that it’s actually gone by checking the auxiliary refuse pump.” In reality you just switched the auxiliary pump with one they had in storage, but they don’t need to know that.“Don’t think this is over daemon. We’ll be back one day.”“Yeah yeah, just get on with it already. I have a bloodbath to enjoy.”Gallienus scoffs then closes the comm. The window on your data slate is replaced with textual inquires from the Captains of the Raptor and Inferno why the Battle Barge is spooling up their engines. You’ll answer them in a second. First comes the Ravens.Returning to your external feed, you spin it to look at the Barge. Just as the folds of space begin to warp around it you force your own will and power into them. Without being made aware, the Ravens willingly delve into a contained bubble in the Immaterium - one where time has no meaning. Given the fact that they’re already tainted on some level you’re almost positive their stay there will be rather beneficial towards fixing their mindset. Or they’ll all get eaten by your fellow daemons. Either’s fine by you. It’s not like you had planned to use their drop pods for a dramatic entrance or anything. The beeping of your daya slate reminds you about the messages you have yet to send to the remaining Captains.>  Tell the truth. Most of it anyways.>  Lie and say they’re going off on their own side mission for a bit>  Tell them to ignore it for now>  Write in
>>36827210Nothing Slannish allowed.
>>36827363>  Tell them to ignore it for nowTell them its going all according to plan.....
>>36827374You racist, sacrilegious bigot. Fie on thee!
>>36827363Make them thing they've done something to earn favor and therefor a mission. It'll make the others envious and step up their own game. Get some competitiveness that'll only benefit us more.
>>36827363>Tell them "Just As Planned"
>>36827363>>36827441This logic is sound.
>>36827411It isn't my rules! It was decided upon while I was reading archives. I think the reasoning was because /tg/ faggotry would have us derailing often for smut.
>>36827465ELH never goes for smut. I honestly don't see the problems with having a Slaaneshi in a non-smut quest, especially if they're a war machine.
Think >>36827441 or some variation of "Just as Planned" wins.Writing...
>>36827534Eh, let's not overuse that line. Save it for later, no?
>>36827526You're right. He doesn't go for it, but some of the players did. Again I don't know the whole reasoning as I skimmed it. I just remember She Who Thirsts not being a whole big thing.
>>36827526Slaanesh straight up needs some non-smut representation. ELH, yay or nay? No skin off my balls either way.
>>36827666ELH already said no because of a certain tripfag.Just drop it. We've been through this before.
>>36827666He's already said nay many times
>>36827694When it comes to Slaaneshis, "nay" means "yay" and "yay" means "anal."
>>36827718However an exterminatus is still an exterminatus
>>36827685>>36827694And why should a single tripfag matter?
>>36827912Because he was annoying, and having fun.
>>36827363In order to inspire a little competitiveness you craft a reply that more or less implies the Ravens are doing a special task as a reward for having your favor. You make sure to be just vague enough to not be insulting and so that they will not end up asking you for more details.With that out of the way you can return to your bloodbath until your arrival at Scintilla. In a way, the Ravens leaving makes explaining your arrival a little easier. You aren’t really expecting anyone to ask questions of either a Rogue Trader or a ship broadcasting an Inquisitorial IFF but it helps that neither is being flanked by a Battle Barge. Still, you should probably make sure the crew of the Raptor is at least clear on procedure should any Inquisitorial types come knocking. The next couple of Warp Jumps go without incident. By the time you’ve arrived in orbit above Scintilla you’re more or less comfortable with leaving the ships and attending to business personally. A quick mask of your daemon presence and illusionary weave sees you flying down to Hive Sibellus in guise of a normal adept. Both should hold up to all but the most thorough of checks against corruption, which is good considering that the =][= will be in attendance at the Opera. Then again, it’s not like half the nobles that will be crammed into the Lucid Palace aren’t already corrupted in some way. You’re not really worried about it.(cont)
>>36827912He shouldn't. But unfortunately ELH seems to think this is any way makes him upset rather than either mildly annoyed or greatly satisfied depending on if it is a troll or not.
>>36827929What you ARE worried about is how to worm your way into the support staff for the event. Again you’ve planned for this so it just involves making a choice. First, you had a head cook “mysteriously get ill.” You could be his replacement. Second, there’s always the psyker-at-the-door that does basic mind probing to prevent daemonhosts from getting in. It’d be bitterly ironic and perhaps fitting. Third, you could just snatch a waitress (or whatever the nobles are calling their glorified maids these days) and replace her. >  Too many daemons in the kitchen.>  A daemon knows exactly what other daemons’ minds look like>  Maid outfit? Maid outfit.>  New plan: You feel like singing>  New plan #2: You feel like becoming a noble>  Write in
>>36827927>Having funIt shouldn't be verboten. Who was this trip anyway?
>>36827938>  A daemon knows exactly what other daemons’ minds look like
>>36827938>  New plan #2: You feel like becoming a nobleLet's go out on a date with the RT.
>>36827938>  Maid outfit? Maid outfit.Ehh any will work but maid outfit sold me on this one.
>>36827938>  Maid outfit? Maid outfit.Cannot resist.
>>36827967You do remember how hard he was hitting on Cinder right? I don't think we can handle that level of playboy-ism without banishing him to the same shit the Ravens are in
>>36827938> New plan #2: You feel like becoming a noble
>>36827976oh man, that outfit>>36827938Let's invite the Rogue Trader to the Opera, maybe even give him some maid service. After all, Cinder is kinda leading him on. He might betray us unless we satisfy his ego some.
>>36827976Greenmarine (or other drawfags) pls. We need Iggy in this even if the maid outfit option doesn't win.
>>36827993Iggy's dealt with worse. Like all of Cinder's headpatting.
So we're avoiding smut but going for sexy maid outfits? Interesting enough.
>>36828018So you want to come along in the RT's staff as he attends the Opera? It's confusing enough that it might work!>>36828042Pic related. Sort of.
> Maid Outfit? Maid Outfit.
Buggeration, forgot to link it
>>36828084Whatever floats your boat man. Just got nagging curiosity is all.
>>36828084>>36828018I'm up for getting the rogue trader in to brown nose it all over the place, who knows what other connections we can get from some RT schmoozing.
2 for 3 for 3 for I think.
>>36828189Which option includes bringing the RT?
>>36828218I think it's the last two options.
Let's brake out this into more decisive voting:>  Maid & No RT>  Maid & RT>  Noble & No RT>  Noble & RT
>>36828258>  Maid & RT
>>368282582 it is then
One more question, ELH, would you say that this is a good turnnout for your threads as far as traffic goes?
New  it is. Writing...>>36828324More or less. If I make the usual time on Thursdays it's bigger but w/e.
Hey, what if the Opera has a scene with a maid in it?
>>36828324I know there's atleast 2 more anons who would be playing, myself included, as we're stuck in meetings
>>36827938After reflecting for a bit, you realize that the best way to make sure you get into the Opera without having to do too much mind-warping is to go along with the Rogue Trader, Lucius. It takes you only a few moments to get him on the horn.“Ahh, our lovely little bird wants my attention. What can I do for you?” It’s not as flirty of a tone as the one he uses on Cinder but damned if it’s still not there.“Save it Lucius. I need your help to get into Opera in the Lucid Palace tomorrow night.”“That dusty old thing? It wouldn’t do to coop up such a colorful lady in…”“Yeah yeah, you want to bone everything that moves, blah blah blah. I half wonder how you’re not a Slaaneshii already.”“Well someone’s a spitfire today. Not that I mind~”You consider hanging up but fuck it. Plans are plans.Switching tract, you quickly explain your idea of hiding amongst his attending staff to gain entrance. “...since they’re not heavily examined for fear of insulting some of the Inquisitorial types.”A moment of silence follows, then haughty laughter. “You DO realize you’ll be expected to be in appropriate attire, right?”“Unfortunately yes. Knowing you that’s probably something entirely too lacy.”“Mhm~” he replies. “But for you I’ll find something that doesn’t make you a trophy maid as a favor to Cinder.”You pinch the bridge of your nose. “I shouldn’t be surprised that there’s even such a thing as a trophy maid but… alright fine. Whatever. Just tell me where to meet you…”---24 hours later sees you amidst a large group of underlings behind Lucius as he strides towards the Lucid Palace. Though the building is impressive, resembling that of a stone flower, what’s grabbed your attention is the amount of flair present in the crowd around you. Every noble, even Lucius, has a large retinue of people whose purpose seems to be only to look important and impressive. You could have easily been one of them instead of the “maid” you are now.(cont)
>>36828783Speaking of which, Lucius actually managed to find something slightly tasteful. The frilly skirt actually makes it halfway to your knees! And the amount of cleavage you’re forced to expose isn’t as much as some of the others, even among the other nobles’ groups. In fact, the only people who stand out as being different are the Inquisitorial types. Their dress is very conservative and puritan, even the women. There’s no sign of Lord Inquisitor Caidin though. “Nervous?” asks Lucius as you find yourself suddenly at the forefront of his group.>  Haha, no. But don’t expect me to bring you anything.>  Maybe a little.>  If Cinder knew...>  I’m altering the plan. Pray I do not change it further.>  Write inPic related for the maid outfit. Mostly.
>>36828805>  I’m altering the plan. Pray I do not change it further.You must distract at least one female inquisitor. (just to get him out of our hair)
>>36828805> Haha, no. But don’t expect me to bring you anything.I think Lucius is drawn to Cinder because he fantasizes getting thoroughly dommed. It's a common thing for men in power.
>>36828805>  Maybe a little.
>>36828805>>  Haha, no. But don’t expect me to bring you anything.
>>36828805>  Maybe a littleWhy would a LoC ever be nervous?.
>>36828928>I think Lucius is drawn to Cinder because he fantasizes getting thoroughly dommed. It's a common thing for men in power.What if Iggy is the same way?
>>36828805> Haha, no. But don’t expect me to bring you anything.
> All these ties>>36829006Because that's what the plan calls for, duh.>>36829031It's a mystery.
>>36829070C'mon, it's not everyday we get to play the shy, demure meido.
Well that last  vote won out. Writing...
>>36829144Bah, where were you when the world needed you most?
>>36828805You roll your eyes as you reply as demurely and sarcastically as possible. “Of course I am. How could I be in such a naughty outfit?”To his credit, the Rogue Trader doesn’t stop in place but for a moment. “Careful, I might believe you the next time.”“Uh huh. And I might set you up with one of those Lady Inquisitors next time.”“Oh! Could you? That one there looks rather fetching…”A sigh serves as your response at first. “Don’t expect me to ‘fetch’ anything either.”He laughs again. “Well I do hope this little favor I’m doing means you’ll be getting me a date with Cinder.”>  Sure.>  Yeah no. But that Inquisitor chick? I can do that.>  Write in
>  How about a date with me instead?
>>36829241> Yeah no. But that Inquisitor chick? I can do that.
>>36829241>  How about a date with me instead?
>>36829241>  Sure.
>>36829241>>  Sure.This can only end in hilarity after he finds out how very little Cinder likes him.
>>36829241>>  Sure.
>>36829241> Sure.This is going to end so well....
So what would be the best place to take Cinder on a date?
 It is. Writing...
>>36829526A war zone. Failing that, a really nasty mosh pit.
>>36829576Or a hunting trip to a death-feral world
>>36829241A date with Cinder? You could probably get her in a general area with him. After that? It’d come down to Lucius’ skill with a sword. And not in the sexual sense either. Though neither is likely to impress the Bloodletter, you agree. “If that’s what you want Lucius, then it can happen.”His smile almost doubles. “Splendid! Well we’re almost at the door now. Should I make some sort of grand show like every else so you can slip away or…?”“Just do whatever is considered standard for these things.”“As you wish…”Near the granite steps of the palace the crowd of VIPs begins to funnel into two orderly queues demarcated by velvet ropes. Wide enough to accommodate three people shoulder to shoulder, most of the nobles end up in front of their groups like some sort of military commander leading a march. Those with dates are less noticeable, but again the Inquisitors stand out. They come in long lines of singles, in numbers that make you wonder if the entire Tricorn has turned out. By the time you’ve reached the door proper you still haven’t seen the Lord Inquisitor. You could lag behind a little and check again but it does seem like the psykers at the entrance seem keen on getting everyone in as quickly as possible.>  A quick look couldn’t hurt (Per)>  He’ll show up. You could mess with the psykers a little though. (WP)>  Play it cool. You’re just a daemon disguised as a human cosplaying as a maid for a Rogue Trader. Totally normal>  Write in
>>36829730>  Play it cool. You’re just a daemon disguised as a human cosplaying as a maid for a Rogue Trader. Totally normal> Where does this hallway lead to anyway?
Rolled 63 (1d100)>>36829730> He’ll show up. You could mess with the psykers a little though. (WP)
>>36829730>  Play it cool. You’re just a daemon disguised as a human cosplaying as a maid for a Rogue Trader. Totally normalWe have plans for a reason.
>>36829730> Play it cool. You’re just a daemon disguised as a human cosplaying as a maid for a Rogue Trader. Totally normal
>>36829791But Anon, we were an Inquisitor's psyker once.
>>36829730>  Play it cool. You’re just a daemon disguised as a human cosplaying as a maid for a Rogue Trader. Totally normalLittle soon for shenanigans.
 it is. I still need a WP test though because the Psykers ARE looking at your head.But you can beat a 89 without causing psychic juju problems, right? (1d100)
Rolled 84 (1d100)>>36829862What happens if we roll a 100?
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>36829862Let's roll a 100!
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>36829862How
>>36829896>Birdbrain is literally the perfect maid
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>36829896Suck my dick dice gods. We high rollers tonight.
>>36829896>>36829887>>36829886So...> Khorne says fuck you, you pass> Dice gods say you pass all the thingsAny suggestions what you'd like to do with that 1? You can make the psykers and those around you believe anything you want them to.
>>36829862...Considering the shitty luck I've had today, I'll abstain from rolling.
>>36829887>>36829896...holy crap. An 8 and a 1. I think we might have just not been a daemon so hard he thinks he's the daemon because of our sheer normality.
>>36829915Man I don't even know, give us some easy options? It'll give ideas if nothing else.
>>36829927Congrats, this is what happens.Writing...
>>36829915They can start worshiping the ground Birdbrain walks on.
>>36829915I suggest making it look like we're a GODDAMN BLANK for shenanigans!
>>36829997God no, that's just trouble for us. Now making someone else like a blank, that's fun.
>>36830045We could even "Sexy no Jutsu" the psykers onto the High Inquisitor. We can do anything when we put our mind to it!
Okay quick fact check since I don't have all my PDFs in front of me (different computer for tonight): Which Inquisitor(s) have been mentioned in the tabletop splat books as being psykers? It's not a big deal but I do like to have at least some canon consistency.
>>36830150Inquisitors Crania and Occulus or something, just make it up
>>36829730Deciding not to press your luck you fall in with the rest of Lucius’ crowd. When he steps up to the psykers he calmly states, “I am Lucius van Rosmalen, head of the Rosmalen family and Rogue Trader of the Imperium.” Following that the psykers’ brows angle for a moment. Like all of the nobles before him, you note that Lucius casually tips a large amount of gelt into a bowl next to the psychics. It must be either a culturally acceptable bribe or just the “right” thing to do. Certainly none of the underlings have to do so.In any case, the psykers smile and wave him in after about ten seconds. Their mind-probing continues down the line of servants until they reach you. Following procedure, you state, “I am Lacy Soph, a simple maid for Mr. Rosmalen.”What happens next almost makes you wonder whether some higher power than even Tzeentch is messing with you.> [WARNING: The following scene has been rated AS for Advanced Silliness](cont)
>>36830408When the first psyker attempts to read your mind he visibly recoils. “Are… are you a blank, miss?”“Not that I’m aware, Sir.”He looks to his fellow. “Frank, can you…?”“Sure.”“Frank” repeats the process, and he too recoils. “No she’s not a blank. But… But that can’t be right. No one is that normal.”They quickly call over the psykers from the other line. They too have a mini-crisis.“All I can tell is that she really REALLY like cats!”“By the Emperor, if that is normal, then what are we?! Are WE the daemons?!”This of course attracts the attention of several nearby Inquisitors, including those who have already managed to get inside. The first, a wizened man in plain robes and a hammer on his back, introduces himself as Lord Dhar.“What seems to be the problem, young psykers?”They turn to him as a group and begin babbling about how normal you seem. Which just seems to illicit a smirk from Dhar.“Now now, if she was a daemon old Warp Crusher here would react to it.” He pats his hammer for emphasis. Seeing it yourself up close you instantly identify it as a daemon hammer of some renown. “What’s all this then?” butts in another Inquisitor, this one in puritan robes and seals. “What are the blasted mutants crying about this time?”“They say that she’s too normal, Tyrus.”Tyrus practically spits on the psykers. “Bah. They think any human that isn’t twisted like them isn’t normal. But no matter, I shall prepare a test.”As he somehow produces a pitcher of water and the Emperor's Tarot, a woman steps forward. For an Inquisitor, she’s oddly nice. “Hi honey,” she begins. “I’m Lady Vallerie. Would you mind if I took a look at your mind?”You smile and curtsey, “Not at all M’lady.”She, like the other psykers, tries to scan your mind. When she comes back to herself she’s visibly pale. “I… I don’t know. But if that’s normal then I have sent many innocents to their death.”(cont)
>>36830417Tyrus again all but froths at the mouth as he thrusts the pitcher of water at you. “Drink this, maid. If you choke, you die. While you do so I shall determine the innocence of all present.” It turns out the water is holy water and his method for determining innocence is to consult the Tarot. You have zero problem with the former (only a pathetic chaos spawn would) and the latter turns out to be in your favor.“She’s innocent you idiots. But YOU!” He points to Vallerie. “YOU. ARE. A. HERETIC!” He doesn’t even give her time to reply before withdrawing dual bolt pistols and unloading into her. Gore splatters over all present, but that’s not even the disturbing part. The disturbing part is Vallerie is laughing. And turning pink.“So you figured me out after all. Well done, you idiots. I’ll be seeing you again soon, for the Prince’s work is not yet done!”By now any with weapons are unloading into the Slaaneshii whore. She’s reduced to less than ashes in the time it takes you to blink. Dhar breaks the following silence. “Well now, I say you deserve a reward Ms. Soph. You’ve just helped us discover a daemonette of sorts in our ranks. Can you be spared from your master for a time?”>  I… uh… sure.>  Ah, but I am already apart of the =][= my good man, under Lady Cinder! You should reward her!>  You’re too kind, but I must be going. Send thanks to my master instead.>  Write inDon't hate me Iggy.
>>36830427>  I… uh… sure.Not as planned.
>>36830427> Ah, but I am already apart of the =][= my good man, under Lady Cinder! You should reward her!Building some rep for Cinder? Sure, why not.
>>36830427>  I… uh… sure.
>>36830427>>  I… uh… sure- I mean, I'd have to check, but...
>>36830427>  Ah, but I am already apart of the =][= my good man, under Lady Cinder! You should reward her!
>>36830427>>  Ah, but I am already apart of the =][= my good man, under Lady Cinder! You should reward her!What have I caused.
>>36830427>Uuh sureIs this completely normal maid quest now? Has everything previous to this been a dream?
>>36830530It's just Change working its magic.
>>36830427>  I… uh… sure.ITT: Khornette Quest becomes Normal Maid Quest
>>36830427Is agreeing going to put us in there retinue for a long time or just the party and close to the lord inquisitor?
>>36830427>  I… uh… sure.Might not be the best idea to draw tooooo much attention to big red
I believe  has it. Was pretty close there (still is).Writing...>>36830626You'll find out! >>36830639It's not, don't worry.
>>36830635Ugh did you forget the reason we are here going after the lord =][=?
>>36830639I dunno. We might be so normal Birdbrain forgets for a moment.
>>36830653Well I voted the way I did because I don't want to get swept up spending months with these inquisitorsand away from our fleet and cinder
>>36830680You don't really have to worry about that unless the votes/story go that way. Personally I wouldn't worry about it. Especially since you're kinda a daemon and could just poof away whenever.Again, I'm not THAT evil.
>>36830427> Ah, but I am already apart of the =][= my good man, under Lady Cinder! You should reward her!What....What just happened......?
>>36830427It’s not often you’re left speechless. In fact this is only the second time in your entire existence when something didn’t go according to plan. The first being Cinder turning out the way she did. In any case, you force yourself to say SOMETHING.“I… Um. Yes, your lordship. But…”Luckily Lucius comes to your aid. He must have either lingered at the door or come running at the gunfire. “Are you alright, my little bird?” he asks. You nod and he turns to Dhar. “You aren’t taking her away permanently, are you?”For an old human, Dhar has a rather comforting laugh. “Maybe. Maybe not. I personally just want to talk to her for a bit and maybe set up a meeting for the future. It’s been too long since I’ve been able to get out to one of these things and I have been longing to hear Largo al Factotum.”The Rogue Trader nods. “I see… Well then my Lords, I’ll be on my way. Please don’t keep her long. She’s one of my favorites.” He gives you a look of genuine concern before letting himself get swept away as the doormen resume their work. As for you and Dhar, he leads you to a side room just off of the main foyer before the amphitheater proper. Tyrus is right behind him. Once inside you see that it’s just a small office, probably that of some clerk working for the Lucid Palace and thus the Sector Governor Marius Hax. The older man takes a seat behind the wooden desk while his younger puritan counterpart stands behind him. Once you sit down yourself, the latter speaks.“Damn fine work girl. You’re a shining example of all that is good with man. Hell, I wish I could be half as normal and incorruptible as you.” (cont)
>>36830885The irony is so thick that you end up just nodding in acceptance. Dhar shakes his head knowingly in the silence. “Now I’m sure you understand what this means. We’d like to bring you into the Inquisition. Even if what just happened was a fluke, I’ve learned that the Emperor works in mysterious ways.”>  Mention Cinder>  Mention that you’ve worked for the Inquisition before (Fel)>  Try to politely decline>  I'm not the maid you're looking for (WP)>  Write in
>>36830896>  Mention Cinder
>>36830896> Mention Cinder
>>36830896>>  Mention Cinder
>>36830896You finally find your tongue where you last left it. “I am truly flattered, your Lordships, but I must inform you that I am already a part of the Ordo Malleus under Lady Cinder.”The two Inquisitors look at each other. “You heard of her, Dhar?”“Not at all, Tyrus. But then again I don’t profess to know the name of every single member of my Ordo. Not even Caidin knows how many of us are there.”“Mrm.” Tyrus turns to you. “Tell us about your mentor, acolyte. Do you have any proof of your claim?” His demeanor is far less aggressive than it was before but his tone makes it very clear that he’s going to check whatever you say or produce. >  Tell the “truth” in that she replaced Gaelos (Fel)>  “Produce” a rosette (WP)>  Call upon your knowledge of the Inquisition and use procedure to you advantage (Int)>  Write in
>>36831201>>  Tell the “truth” in that she replaced Gaelos (Fel)
>>36831201>  Tell the “truth” in that she replaced Gaelos (Fel)Should we mention that Gaelos was doing some weird shit with rituals?
>>36831201>  Tell the “truth” in that she replaced Gaelos (Fel)
Posting on fone and checking the charsheet is sloooow
1d100 vs 50.I believe in Iggy.
>>36831201>3Int is our best stat
>>36831201>  Call upon your knowledge of the Inquisition and use procedure to you advantage (Int)
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>36831321Smrt
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>36831321
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>36831321
>>36831382Good job anon.Good job....
>>36831357>>36831358>>36831382Way to leave it up to the last roll. But gj you did it. Headpats for everyone. Writing...
>>36831419Don't headpat me you snob.
>>36831458Okay Pouty Anon.
>>36831201“In truth, I have nothing but my words. But I think you will find them more than enough. You see it begins with Lord Gaelos.” You look pointedly at Dhar. “Do you perchance know of him?”Dhar strokes his grizzled face, causing the already weather-beaten skin to look more and more like leather. “Vaguely. I seem to recall him being involved with an artifact.”You nod eagerly. “Yes, on Ysai Ydumee. It was an archway into the Immaterium itself.” Tyrus grumbles something inaudible but you press on. “Unfortunately, Gaelos had begun to delve into the foul arts in his attempts to close it. The sort of profane rituals that are best left unspoken. My Lady Cinder finally grew courageous enough to slay the heretic and end his fall into Chaos.”The quiet that follows is only broken by Tyrus shuffling through the Tarot once more. He whispers the same sort of thing he did before when proving your “innocence,” this time using Gaelos’ name instead. As with the deceased Daemonette, the ex-Inquisitor comes up guilty. As such, Tyrus grunts and shrugs at Dhar. The latter of which smiles at you again. “What happened after that, acolyte? Is she here on Scintilla as well?”“No,” you reply, shaking your head. “She has left me in charge of Gaelos’ former vessel while she herself pursues a lead in the Expanse.”Tyrus taps his ear and mumbles something, no doubt having his own cell checking to make sure the Raptor is in orbit.“As for Lady Cinder herself and the artifact on Ysai, she and I were able to remove it from the planet. Though at great cost I’m afraid. Ten Grey Knights fell bravely in forcing back the daemons that were present.”Of all that’s happened so far, that remark gets the most reaction out of the two men. “Well I’d say that settles it, Tyrus,” says Dhar. “No one knows about the Grey Knights and lives unless they’re of high import.”“Or of Chaos,” replies Tyrus. “But I think we’ve established that she’s not a daemon.”(cont)
>>36831712A tiny part of your brain is both yelling and laughing at them. They can’t be serious.“Indeed, but what shall we do? I feel like a reward IS in order here.”Dhar thinks for a moment. “Let us take her to Caidin. Perhaps he shall have a better response to this than I. Frankly if I was him, I’d give this acolyte the recognition she deserves and promote her to full Inquisitorship. As for her mentor, I’m sure she’ll be given some reward for furnishing such talent.”>  JUST AS PLANNED. ALL ALONG. YEP. (Go with them)>  Ask if it can wait until after the Opera>  Mention that you actually have a bottle of Amasec for the Lord Inquisitor from Cinder>  Write in
>>36831722> Mention that you actually have a bottle of Amasec for the Lord Inquisitor from Cinder
>>36831722>  Ask if it can wait until after the OperaI feel the music in my soul, let's go sing
>>36831722>  Mention that you actually have a bottle of Amasec for the Lord Inquisitor from Cinder
>>36831763Guys. Guys hear me out on this. Remember that song OP mentioned earlier? La Donne e Mobile? Go look at the lyrics. It fits so fucking hard right now.
>>36831795It's actually Donna (fat fingered earlier and missed it in proof). But yeah, if you haven't already picked it up we're all about irony today.
>>36831763... Eh, maybe later then.>>36831722Changing to >  Mention that you actually have a bottle of Amasec for the Lord Inquisitor from Cinder
 it is, writing...
Hmmm, don't you think it's really exciting for Ignitrix when things don't go as planned? It adds some hope for the future, doesn't it? Or is it despair?
>>36831921Nice man. Did you just draw that just now? Good fucking job.
How did we go from being the most normal maid in the Imperium, to knowing about Grey Knights?
>>36831980Just flow with the winds of Change.
>>36831722Being a good a time as any, you produce the bottle of liquor from you pack and set it before you on the desk. “Seeing the Lord Inquisitor would allow me to deliver this bottle personally. Lady Cinder thought it would be a good gift.”Tyrus eyes the label and raises an eyebrow. “A 763.M39? Did you buy it from the Rogue Trader you were following around earlier?”“Yes,” you nod. “Part of the payment was to dress like this and attend him for the evening.”The elder Inquisitor chuckles and stands up. “Well Ms. Soph you’ve certainly made this night extremely interesting. But we’ve kept you for too long, as I can hear the performance starting already. We’ll reconvene after it’s over. I dare not pull Caidin out early.”You match his movement and smile. “That sounds like a plan, your Lordship. Shall I come here after or…?”“It’s as good as any other meeting spot I suppose. Come along now…”The three of you exit the office, both Inquisitors leading you back to the entrance and leaving you there before going off to their own seats. Before you go into the amphitheater yourself, you catch sight of one of the psykers from earlier rocking in a corner. “I touched the mind a daemon and didn’t even know it,” he mumbles, repeating himself over and over. “I touched the mind of someone normal and thought they were wrong.”>  You messed with them enough. Go enjoy the Opera>  This guy seems like a potential asset, easily corruptible and all that. (Fel)>  End his suffering for a time (WP)>  Write in>>36831921Thanks Decu <3>>36831980Welcome to Khornette Quest.
>>36832025> End his suffering for a time,By giving him headpats
>>36832025>>  This guy seems like a potential asset, easily corruptible and all that. (Fel)
>>36832025>>  This guy seems like a potential asset, easily corruptible and all that. (Fel)Aww, poor sweety. We ought to...ease his mind off things.
>>36832025>  You messed with them enough. Go enjoy the OperaLet's not risk the long game over minor shenanigans.
>>36832025>Headpat him>"Chin up, tomorrow's a brand new day!"
>>36832025>  This guy seems like a potential asset, easily corruptible and all that. (Fel)
1d100 vs 50.Try not to blow his mind too hard.
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>36832138She's a Killer Queeeeen
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>36832138Gunpowder, gelatineDynamite with a Laser Beam
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>36832138Guaranteed to blow your mind ANYTIIIIIIME
>>36832159>>36832175>>36832185I'm sensing a trend here.Writing...
>>36832195Tzeentch must be laughing so hard right now.
>>36832025A pawn is a pawn, no matter its origin. And every pawn has the chance of becoming something greater. To that end you walk over to the mystic and speak to him. “Are you alright?”He looks up at you then shudders. “It’s the normal one. The real one. Wrong. All so wrong.”Instead of talking down at him you kneel down to be at his eye level. “I was once as broken as you are now,” you begin. “Lost, afraid, not sure what was right and wrong. But then I made a change for the better. I can’t promise you that I can fix everything but I’d like to help. After all, I have a feeling I’ll be building my own cell of acolytes come tomorrow.”For effect you hold out a hand. He stares at it for a time then extends his own shaking one. “I… I’d like that. Change. Change is good.”“That it is,” you reply, dragging him up onto his feet as you stand. “Now go home and rest. When you are ready contact Captain Rosmalen of the Faithful Inferno. He’ll get you in contact with me. Of course, if you try to run…”You leave the empty threat hanging in the air. It has the intended effect. “N-No! I’ll… I’ll just go and pack. Yeah, pack…”He quickly makes for the door and heads out into the night. That just leaves you alone for the moment. It’s the first chance you’ve had to relax and you’re definitely taking it. You take up the spot the psyker was formerly occupying and close your eyes for a moment. Sure, on some level it’s exciting to have a plan broken because it invites change from the expected. But even then it’s draining to wing it without someone like Cinder around to do the heavy lifting.Hah. She’d get a kick out of this, wouldn’t she? Especially about the part where you might finally have gotten your own rosette. You wonder how that will go over if it comes to pass. Probably a headpat knowing her. (cont)
>>36832349Thanks to your daemonic hearing, you hear the last few verses of La donna è mobile being belted out. You sing a little under your breath, replacing the last one with your own:“It’s all so very heretical~”>  Wait here until the Opera’s done. >  Go wait in the office from before>  See if you can’t find Lucius>  Write in
>>36832357That took too long. The opera's almost over.
>>36832357> Go wait in the office from before
>>36832357>  See if you can’t find LuciusLet's serve him some wine and enjoy the rest of the opera together.
>>36832357>  Go wait in the office from before
>>36832389No, we were planning on just headpatting him and converting him that way, not having an entire conversation.
>>36832357>  Start multiple fires in different corners of the the opera house, weld the doors together.
How long are operas, anyway?
I think  has it. Writing...Will probably go for another hour or so before going off to sleep. Just so you know.>>36832456Depends on the content really.
>>36832472>Most operas are between 2-1/2 and 3 hours, including intermissions. The shortest opera we know of is 13 minutes long, and the longest one takes 7 days!We just talked to that Psyker for 13 minutes!?
Now we just need one for Cinder.
>>36832482Nah, more like a couple minutes. People just assumed La Donna was the end. Or maybe I said it was near it earlier by accident. This particular one is about 4 hours. You're somewhere in the middle of it. Dhar's ears just suck so he didn't pick up the fact it had started until a crescendo hit.
>>36832507We were interrogated for two hours!?
>>36832507Well, if it's going to be two hours until the inquisitors get back, we shouldn't go to that office.
>>36832357>3Posting from phone sucks
Let's just hold a revote given the time clarification. Less hassle than everyone going back to change their votes. Same options as before:>  Wait here until the Opera’s done. >  Go wait in the office from before>  See if you can’t find Lucius>  Write inI'll count >>36832544 towards this one.
>>36832533Yeah, make sure Lucius isn't causing a fuss, maybe hook him up with a inquisitor
>>36832552>  See if you can’t find Lucius>>36832557We're an inquisitor, almost
>>36832552>  See if you can’t find LuciusSee if he does actually hit on anything that moves
>>36832573He hits on daemons regularly, is that not a good enough precedent?
>>36832579He might just have a demon fetish
>>36832357When the next song starts you rise and attempt to find out where Lucius is seated. For all you know he could be fretting about the fact you got pulled aside and that it might lead back to him. Or he could be hitting on someone. Probably the latter right?You eventually find him sharing a booth with a Lady Inquisitor. She doesn’t seem all that interested in his attempts thus far, but she’s also not threatening him with a bolter. If anything, it’s like she’s enjoying playing hard to get. Best you can tell anyways. You’ve yet to actually enter the booth proper so for the time being you’re left standing among the rest of the Rogue Trader’s staff. >  Bring them something to drink.>  See if you can’t give Lucius his reward a little early (WP)>  Slip off to change outfits and appearance so you can enjoy the Opera on your own>  Write in
>>36832659>  Bring them something to drink.>  See if you can’t give Lucius his reward a little early (WP)
>>36832659>  Bring them something to drink.
>>36832659>  See if you can’t give Lucius his reward a little early (WP)Not sure if devious or not
>>36832669Now that I think about it,  is kinda like rape. She seems to be having a good time right now anyway.>Retracting 
>>36832693>  Slip off to change outfits and appearance so you can enjoy the Opera on your own
>>36832659>  Bring them something to drink.>  Slip off to change outfits and appearance so you can enjoy the Opera on your own
>>36832659>  Bring them something to drink.Time for shenanigans?
>>36832659Deciding to maintain at least a part of your earlier lie to Dhar and Tyrus, you chat up the underlings to find out what the two in the booth are expecting to be brought next. It turns out that Lucius has ordered a “special” bottle be brought down from the Inferno. You don’t really feel like probing the matter any further than that so you just do the maidly thing and take them the bottle when it arrives. As you set it down, Lucius turns to look at you. He gets half of a “Thank you” out before realizing that it’s you. His eyes widen just a bit as he looks to the side at the Lady Inquisitor. After seeing she’s fixated on the stage down below, he mouths “I’m glad you’re okay.”Then he takes up the bottle and begins pouring his counterpart and himself a glass. You might be imagining it but the Inquisitor seems to be resisting the urge to giggle. It’s no secret what will happen in the coming hours between them. Even Cinder would be able to tell. To that end you duck out and find a spot to watch the Opera from. You’ve got a couple of hours to kill after all. You might as well enjoy it like a “normal” person. Er, daemon. > Housekeeping next post
>>36832797Sleepy time, or thereabouts. Feel free to ask Iggy w/e, or Sytili since 4chan kinda died right at the end of last thread.Tonight's thread (as in the one later today) may be delayed or pushed to Friday just because of how late this one ran.
>>36832810Why can't Sytili crawl?
>>36832810Goodnight, ELH! Thanks for the thread. Also, is your pet better?
>>36832810thanks for the thread ELH, cya in the next one
>>36832815Zoanthropes have underdeveloped lower bodies. They get around by propelling themselves via psychic stuff. So worst case it'd probably mean she'd just kind wriggle on the ground and not get anywhere.>>36832823Yeah. Thanks for asking.
>>36832836Is there anything Warp Shenanigans can't do?
>>36832847Get Macha laid.The irony of that statement is not lost on me.
Hey Iggy, how does it feel to borrow Cinders gifts of improbability? Because you know that's totally us.
>>36832810How long until Acerea becomes an Inquisitor?Could we make Sytili an Inquisitor?Will we end up with the entire Inquisition in the Calexis sector being Chaos?Also, we still need to recruit Iggys Dark Mechanicus friend...
>>36832860M-Maybe if we ask Decu...?
>>36832856>>36827210Speaking of which, how cool are Slaaneshi Metal Gears on a scale of 1-10?
>>36832861>How long until Acerea becomes an Inquisitor?More like Farseer or something. Something Eldar themed.>Could we make Sytili an Inquisitor?Heresy. Though she'd probably be really good in the Ordo Hereticus.>Will we end up with the entire Inquisition in the Calixis sector being Chaos?That's one way to capture a sector.>Also, we still need to recruit Iggys Dark Mechanicus friend...Go there next time you have ship control>>36832866Meh>>36832858Don't lie.
>>36832863I think her rage would just burn off anything that got put on....Maybe if Iggy asked....
I just want to say thanks for including slaaneshis a bit, it felt off excluding them completely. Of course they aren't for allying, them dying like a bitch immediately is far more appropriate.
I've been thinking about how to make an interesting, non-smutty slaaneshy, and I think you have to focus their hedonism somewhere else, like self improvement, entertainmet, ect.Like some artsy dark mechanicus tech-priest that makes "art" by creating technology, often dangerous, non-functional, or without any function what so ever. Might dislike other "boring" slaanesh worshipers that don't break the mold and it deems "uncultured" or something. Ma wear blueprints of creations it's particularly proud of on its robes.Or maybe go the other way and make a slaaneshy that Cinder would hate more than the others. Like a sniper that boasts at being such a good shot, "it's practically an art" but never shows it off, preferring to go after weak and easy targets to torment or kill-stealing from others.I could develop on either of those.
>>36832861I think Acerea would make a great hospitaller.>>36832872Oh yeah, what are your thoughts on corrupting Sisters of Battle to Chaos again? Anons have expressed interest in getting/making an Order Militant, Hospitaller, and Famulous for Cinder, Acerea, and Ignitrix respectively.
>>36832879No no no I'm saying for the drawfag element since he was here earlier. But you're not wrong. >>36832884Thought: Was it a better death than Small-Horn?
>>36832887Eh, I'd rather pass on it. Even if chaos is far more reasonable here than in canon, a tolerable slaaneshi would require more moderation than would make sense for them. Annoying NPC at best.
>>36832895I more or less gave you tyranids to do just that. Pretend they have white hair and have fleurs. It's totally the same thing I swear.>>36832884That's pretty much how they will remain if at all. Insta death or not mentioned.
>>36832896Nah. Small horn wad more satisfying because of the lead up.
>>36832887Something like this, I think. http://youtu.be/pmaxEpjsOrE
>>36832910>I more or less gave you tyranids to do just that. Pretend they have white hair and have fleurs. It's totally the same thing I swear.Meh.
>>36832910>I more or less gave you tyranids to do just that. Pretend they have white hair and have fleurs. It's totally the same thing I swear.Nah, SoBs would be an altogether different flavor, one that has a place alongside our chaos nids
>>36832910I don't think a drawn out conflict with one would be so bad. Hell even joke recurring minibosses to kick around could be fun. As long as they remain antagonistic and not associated with lewdness it would avoid the problems we have with them.
>>36832904Well, the second one would have been an insufferable minor antagonist, and killing him/it would have felt very good.The first would have no interest in smut though. ("I gave up those parts CENTURIES ago! That sort of thing no longer brings me pleasure! Try out my cryo-sprayer instead.")
>>36832937Like a Gilgamesh? Though currently, No-Horn takes up that role. Does he?
>>36832948I'm pretty sure the mystery box on the encounter chart we saw a few threads back was him.
>>36832956Nah, that was Cultist-chan.
>>36832910>I more or less gave you tyranids to do just that. Pretend they have white hair and have fleurs. It's totally the same thing I swear.Battle Sisters could help us burn the galaxy. Not to mention, their faith!
We have a bunch of things to ask of drawfags now:> Maid Cinder> A Gaunt or Warrior cosplaying as a Sister of Battle> More Maid Iggy
>>36832910>That's pretty much how they will remain if at all. Insta death or not mentioned.Keeper of Secrets boss fight: possible?
>>36832994I think you might be on to something.
>>36832989Or Cinder can just rip out its heart in the middle of some longwinded monologue. Either works
>>36833004>Little did Cinder know that that wasn't its heart she removed, the Secret Keeper kept that hidden. What she grabbed instead was his plasma pistol, which fired in her hand as soon as she grabbed hold of it. "Goddamnit, plasma's all over my hand now!" she yells in frustration.
I know it's not an option for now, but will Iggy get her own set of tyranids later? There has to be some shenanigans to be had there.
>>36833020This is why we can't have nice things. Or Slaaneshiis.>>36833025Didn't the QM say as much a few threads back? I recall something about the need for more synapses before that can happen.
>>36833025>Iggy tries to teach them strategy and thinking ahead.>Tests them all to see if they can bend spoons and read cards they can't see.
>>36832948I was thinking some totally mental team rocket thing.
>>36833025I'd rather Iggy get some shy cheerleader SoB types who are always trying to outplan and scheme around Cinder's SoB cheerleaders
>>36833041Three Malalettes. Y/N?
>>36833034Ah missed that, thanks.
>>36833025warp infused spore mines which have a high chance of turning those hit into Spawns?
>>36833048Oh god yes
>>36833047Yeah, I hope we can get around to procuring some inquisitorial battle sisters when we're reunited.
>>36833047>>36833058Oh yes please.
>>36833055A former tzeenchite, a former khornate and a former nugling.
>>36833036>trains them by blindfolding them and having them deflect projectiles.>fear leads to anger.>anger leads to hate.>hate leads to the dark side.>the dark side leads to Chaos.>so, yaknow, paranoia's a-ok.
>>36833067>They're all just in their goth phase and paint themselves black.
I don't know much about malal, can we have them as twisted opposites of our protagonists?
>>36832910>>36833058 makes a point about how we're in the Inquisition, and can request Battle Sisters for our retinue.
>>36833093Like the Rowdyruff Boys?
>>36833095Maybe ask for those who have trouble fitting in or something, for supposed correcting.
>>36833107Yes, yes, that's good thinking there, Anon!
>>36833101Vaguely? Their characters have little to do with ours aside from being an opposed trio.
>>36833101Cinder = ButtercupAcerea = Bubbles/BlossomIgnitrix = Blossom/Bubbles
>>36833123Though maybe Cinder is a mix of Buttercup and Blossom, and Ignitrix is a mixture of Bubbles and Buttercup.
>>36832887Oh yeah, other ideas for my shitty oc (the first one)>The exterior pieces of metal are replaced with gold with various decorations and heretic iconographies.>garish pink robes (with blueprints)>drugs hooked up to the brain for "inspiration".>likes the noise marines' old style. probably has a sonic guitar lying around or something.>permanent headphones too while we're at it. As to not "listen to uninteresting rubbish" when it pleases.>fuck lets have a voice box that changes the voice, to confuse genders (or lack thereof) even more.because if you're not being over the top in 40k, You're doing it wrong.I regret nothing
Lucius is already, or at least damn close to becoming, Slaaneshi.
>>36833123And thus, the PowerPuff Deamons were born!Using their ultra-super powers,Cinder!Acerea!and Ignitrix!have dedicated their lives to fighting everythingand the forces. of. the Imperium!(cue theme music)
>>36833189I regret your existence
>>36833246And there's another Slaaneshi named Lucius too.What will happen I wonder?
>>36833253I expected this and accept it.I deserve it anyways.I just wanted to get it out of my brain and made you all suffer in my stead.