Excuse me, Brother Captain, but why can't we land our Drop Pods on top of the enemy troops?
We can and often do. I think you've taken one blow to the head too many, brother.
Ha ha, look at the fucking retard who can't even navigate his way to the 40k wiki.
Isn't that standard procedure with Angry Marines anyway? Or am I mistaken and their drop pods are their entire battle-barge?
>>39758713Because the guard would ruin that. Thers's too many of them.
>>39758713>land our Drop Pods on top of the enemy troops?What part of "the Codex Astartes does not support this action" do you not understand, brother?
>>39759969Da fuck?Please tell me that's a bug. There are a lot of guardsmen, but not that many guardsmen.
who said they don't? they land in the middle of the fight with the force of artillery-shells; it just doesn't kill as many troopers as the fanatical war-mutants inside.
>>39759969They spelled "Tyranids" wrong.
>>39759969That's not a plant with guardsmen.It's a planet OF guardsmen.
>>39759969>Imperial Guard: 49,185, 880, 269, 566, 575, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000, 000Oh me oh my.
>>39760621Holy shit I don't know why but I just kekked so fucking hard at the filename
>>39760621I'm going out on a limb and saying the planet's crust is composed entirely of guardsmen.
>>39760770>peace was never an option
>>39759969>Defences: Heavythat's a bit of an understatement...
>>39760588That's not a planet, it's a battle station!
>>397606214.92 x 10^91For reference, estimates for the number of atoms in the observable universe run as high as 4 x 10^81.There are more guardsmen on that planet than atomic particles in the entirety of existence as we know it by a magnitude of 10.Praise the fucking Emperor.
>>39758713I don't know shit about 40k but... in the Dawn of War games, you can and do, often.
>>39758713Space Marines do that all the time when possible, in fluff and on TT, but keep in mind they're vulnerable to AA fire.Also, the codex Astarte's calls that maneuver STEEL RHEIN
>>39761094That seems like a pretty low number somehow.
>>39761192It's really not...
>>39761192Exponents are like that.
>>39761192Not really, the observable universe has volume of 4×10^83L. Imagine how many large sodas that would be!!
>>39759969>That many guardsmen>there's STILL some orcsFUKKEN XENOS
>>39761256I literally can not imagine that number.
>>39761531Maybe they keep them in a zoo or something? A zoo made out of Guardsmen. Because everything on Schindelgheist IV is guardsmen. Even the Guardsmen. ESPECIALLY the guardsmen.There is some Warp fuckery of the highest order going on here. Abaddon's Black Crusade comes to town and get shrekt.
>>39759969"Uh, Chapter Master, I think we can skip over this one"
>>39762340>"Uh, Chapter Master, I think we can skip over this one""Warboss? I fink 'dese humies may have discovered enuff dakka."
>>39762216It's a planet of guardsmen, Every atom, every sub-particle of every single thing on this planet is more guards men.We bankrupted 3 sectors just to arm the unholy likely corrupt mass of guards men, it's doesn't orbit the sun, it's marching around it on patrol.
>>39762431Greg Sargent would weep tears of manly joy at the sight of it.Or possibly get blackout drunk.
>>39762483Weep tears of booze which he will drink to get blackout drunk.
>>39759969This has to be a bug in the GUI; I count 34 groups of 3 characters at least. 10^3*34 is around 2^10*34, which is WAAAYYYYY more than any primitive integer type can hold.If the madmen behind Chapter Master used arbitrary precision arithmetic for guardsman count they're even crazier than I imagined.
>>39761094When I saw that bug last time it was for an active necron tomb world...Completely pacified.
>>39762575>For the Imperial Swarm.Also, You know those memes about allowing to drown in blood? this could literally happen.
>>39762431Post of the fucking year right here
>this fucking threadare we having a magical /tg/ moment?I think we are having a magical /tg/ moment
>>39763744No, this is an "Excuse Me" thread and should be saged.I seekritly like this one though. Plus the frequency has died down so that's nice.
>>39760458Not believing in the infinite might of the Emperor's Imperial guard?That's a paddlin.
>>39762431>it's doesn't orbit the sun>it's marching around it on patrol.This is gold.
>>39759969>the core, the crust and the atmosphere are a solid sphere of Guardsmen
>>39761192That's just because that number is simply beyond your or anyone's brain to understand. It's simply impossible to process that number in any real fashion.For reference, the speed of light is 3.00 * 10^9
>>39759969Note to self, Don't piss of the imperial guard.
>>39762431it's a universe of guardsmen
>>39763815>it's a universe of guardsmenIt is the 41st Millenium. In the grim darkness of the far future, there is only guardsmen. The Emperor of Mankind wages a constant battle to protect guardsmen from the horrors of space. On the fringes of the Imperium, alien guardsmen lurk and plot, and chaos guardsmen leak into our reality from the torment of the warp. All that stands in their way are the mighty guardsmen. They are more than mortal. They are steel, and they are doom. They are the guardsman of mankind. And the greatest of them all... are the guardsmen.
>>39759969>Corruption: none>Ork presence: tinyDamn fucking straight.So, just hypothetically, what would happen if that number of Guardsmen did suddenly come to be on that one planet?
That many guardsmen on one planet? A universe encompassing black hole would prolly happen.
>>39764027now im no expert but i get the feeling it would not be pretty
>>39764027It would form a singularity.
>>39764027>more guardsmen than particlesI don't think you understand. They aren't on that planet.They are the universe. First, there are guardsmen. Then, there is a tiny amount of dark matter. Then, there is less than half of that in everything else, ever.
>>39764083I understand well enough. I just wanted some anons to explain it because sometimes they can be pretty damn funny.
>>39762431What if the planet was forced to take a leadership test?
>>39764027I don't think you understand, man.That many guardsmen couldn't exist in a solar system, even if you filled every available space with them.Take chemistry terms. A single atom of hydrogen weighs roughly 1.68 *10^-24 grams. A mole of those atoms, or 6.022 * 10^23 of them, weights 1.01 grams.As many hydrogen atoms as there are guardsmen would result in a mass of 8.27 * 10^67, or a fucking number bigger than I can remember on the metric scale, if it even fucking bothers.For reference, the weight of our entire solar system is roughly 2.0 * 10^34 grams. Which means this hydrogen could form 4.12 * 10^33 of our solar systems, and still have some hydrogen left over to fuck itself or whatever. And again, for reference, our galaxy only has about 200 billion stars in the galaxy, and I get to say only in this situation because that number subtracted from our theoretical solar systems doesn't even change the exponent. Shit, if I added together all the average stars in all the galaxies we've guessed and subtracted it that might change that exponent, but not by much.And this is an atom that's so fucking small you can't even really understand it's size. Preforming the same math on an average human would produce results that would be the end of our entire universe as we know it. Science would have problems simply attempting to figure out what would happen in that situation.I also make no assurances that any of my math is correct, I've got too many finals that I've been studying for to ensure random ass math here is solid.
>>39764100Glaring over the number of atoms and whatnot.If each of these Guardsmen needed one square foot to stand on they would cover the earths surface about 9 x 10^91 times. If we covered the earth's surface and then stacked them on top of each other the pile would be 1,9 x 10^76 LIGHTYEARS high (assuming each solider is 2 m tall) Their mass (assumed mass with equipment 100kg) would be 8,2 x 10^68 times that of our planet.The numbers are so enourmous that they are meaningless.
>>39764142proper guardblobs are (essentially) fearless
>>39764187And to put the distance in some perspective the first ever light has covered about 1,3 x 10^9 lightyears
>>39759969How is everyone ignoring1) Desu bearers 2) 69 in post3) Schindlegheist which appears in the same context as "Planet Killer"Emperors mercy anons, this is the post of posts
So. we have 4.92x10^91. guardsmen. assuming they weigh around 12 stone (an average wieght for a 6ft man, and have around 5 stone of gear, we get 17 stone per guardsmen or 8.364x10^92 Stone of guards men. Or 5.311x10^93.Sothe sun weighs around 1.9x10^30kg. this means the guard force weighs the same as aproximatly 2.79x10^63 Suns. The smallest black hole is around 10 times our suns mass.the largest currently known is about 1.7x10^11 solar masses. meaning our loyal force would create a black hole 16441176470000000000000000000000000000000000000000 times larger that the biggest current black whole. As this outwieghs the black whole in the center of the galaxy by an order of 6.987x10^56, it would probably not consume the galaxy in short order, but probably the warp as well
>>39764231that is to say 5.311x10^93 Kg
>>39764186Fuck it, since I feel like figuring it out.The best number I can find off hand for the number of galaxies is "a couple hundred billion" because astronomers are fucking faggots holy shit, so let's say 300 billion, because once again, fuck astronomers and their fucking negative heat capacities and shit.So, 300 billion galaxies, with 200 billion stars each. Or 6 *10^24.And guess what happens if I subtract that from our hydrogen?The exponent doesn't even fucking change. There is so much hygrogen there that you could form every galaxy even possibly theorized to exist and still not even begin to dent the size of the number.It's a fucking big number, man. The number is so large it might as well not even exist, because we will never, ever have a use for it.
>>39764219Is 443% penitent normal for that game? It doesn't sound normal.
>>39764253It is not, I suspect that the cheat engine was used
>>39764243But we do have a use for it. For images to post on 4chan and to stir discussion on it.
>>39764253>>39764259Anything is possible with the power of the All Guardsman Planet anons
>>39764253How bout that 990/148 Space Marines?The Ultramarines will be most displeased
in the immiterium the soul of the emperor writhes in the the ceaseless agony of his eternal vigil. He has all but closed his mind to the horrors that avail him from all sides. But suddenly, through the maelstrom, comes a sound he has never herd before. A low rumbling across the either its grows steadily louder, drowning out the howls of deamons or the souls of the tortured. It builds to a mighty crascendo of reality splittying fury.'guardsman reporting for duty sir'Khorne rises from his throne of skulls at the sound and weilds his mighty sword that has killed uncountelss gods. He tilts back his head and issues a mighty challange. Guardsmen fill his mouth and he Chokes to death. In the rot gardens the flys of nurgle are beset by swarms of guardsmen. Nurgle lumbers to his cauldron to desperately concoct a plauge to stem the tide. Its full of guardsmen.
>>39759969QuestionWhat could possibly defeat all of these Imperial Guards?
>>39764306An equal number of commissars.
>>39764306Easy, especially with how densely packed they are.The virus card could reliably clear tables of unprotected troops and was (rightfully) banned from play.
>>39764306Define, "defeat". Imagine a universe stuffed to the brim with guardsmen, where all the air is covered in guardsmen, and a load of them inevetably waste away due to being shoved into space/a star/an ocean/ect.Nurgle would have a field day once all the less than lucky guardsmen die to having been spawned in an inoportune place.
Question: is Chapter Master the game half as awesome as it looks?
>>39764306The leadership of the High Lords.
>>39764372Try it, it's fun
>>39760458>>39760549>>39760588>>39760621>>39760944>>39761531>>39762340>>39762538>>39763801>>39763814>>39764027>>39764219>>39764275>>39764306Sorry I haven't replied Anons. But know this. Humanity HAS BECOME THE TYRANIDS. Or the IG has TAMED HIVE FLEETS. Or the entire human race has become United to kill one Ork.
>>39758713I thought you could already?Is this not actually allowed?All the Marine players at my local do. Except against my Sisters and their many Meltas.
>>39764231Could they stop up that black hole?
>>39764083>They are the universe.And it was said that one little army in the Imperium of Man learned of the true nature of the universe, but they had other plans. They wanted to change the universe itself. They sacraficed theirselves to become the universe. For the Emperor.
>>39764949And that ork is the zogging happiest ork ever. The entire universe is one big fight just for him and everything is fer the krumpin' an' lootin'
>>39765093But how does he move?
>>39765128He just pulls the trigger on his shooter and twitches his choppa arm.Occasionally he even hits a guardsmen.
>>39765158>guardsmanonly one guardsman, or does a hundred guardsmen count as an unit for one guardsman?
>>39765229He's just really bad at aiming.
>>39765239I'm surprised he could aim in the dense sea of human.
>>39758713What, you mean in the tabletop game you cant?What?
>>39759969>All those lasguns firing at once would melt the surface of the planet and set on fire its atmosphere
>>39759969Assuming it is organized in platoons, together with vehicle, artillery and air support, how many points is that in tabletop 40k?
>>39765328>together with vehicle, artillery and air support,Well now the question is unanswerable.
>>39765316They use fists. That many fists would break bones. Or they use bolters. Or Meltas.>>3976532840K^11.
>>39765328Well, I just had a look, and it looks like a platoon is made up of a rough median of 73 men. So, knowing that (and that a rough median of it would be about 360 points) we have 673,779,181,774,884,589,041,095,890,410,958,904,109,589,041,095,890,410,958,904,109,589,041,095,890,410,958,904,109,589 platoons.But what about the points? well, it comes out to be 242,560,505,438,958,452,054,794,520,547,945,205,479,452,054,794,520,547,945,205,479,452,054,794,520,547,945,205,479,452,040 points.To put that into perspective, an Imperator Class Titan, like the Dies Irae is about 2500 points, last I looked (which has been a while). So, if we know that, then we could have 97,024,202,175,583,380,821,917,808,219,178,082,191,780,821,917,808,219,178,082,191,780,821,917,808,219,178,082,191,780 Imperator class titans running around on a planet. You could level the entire eye of terror from the sheer amount of firepower you'd be throwing around.TL:DR - if we have that many points, then it would take a single month to just get through one turn. The amount of dice alone would fill almost any hobby shop.
But are all of these Guardsmen called Zathras?
>>39765746Nope. Their names are Bob, sons of Bob. Father of the first Bob, son of the Second Bob. Even the women are named Bob.
>>39759969this thread shall be commemorated as the best thread derail to ever happen on /tg/
>>39765959Eh. Its good, but I wouldn't say BEST. That's a strong word for what's basically "Distracted and derailed, the Board"
>>39758713WE ARE THE SPACE MARINES.https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=kH_rwCenX9o
>>39764306They defeat themselves by forming a black hole big enough to suck in our galaxy... and probably some other ones too.
>>39765267I'm surprised you need to aim in the dense sea of guardsman.
>>39767984The amount of guardsmen make a shield.
>>39767984Orks are bad at aiming. It should be impossible to not hit a guardsman. That was the joke.
>>39759969>>39760621>>39761094For glorious /tg/, I submit this cap
>>39770056This is one of my proudest moments on /tg/.
>>39770056You forgot the patrolling around the sun line.
>>39770188>>39770164>>39770314>>39760621>>39759969Cap Anon here, adding more versions.
>>39764027That is more guardsmen than there are atoms in the universe.They immediately cause the Big Crunch by hyperaccelerating the gravitational pull of the centre of their mass such that it instantly cancels galactic drift. As this happens, tidal forces rip apart basically everything larger than a softball in the universe and simultaneously cause an arbitrary large number of planetary annihilation events. Then things begin to move towards the Guardsman Singularity, and EVERYTHING smashes together at a significant enough fraction of c that the result would be to a hypernova what a nuclear bomb is to a... Actually, I don't think a metaphor exists to describe exactly how spectacular the blast would be. Like, written language doesn't have words for something that all-consumingly destructive. The human brain isn't really equipped to cope with it.This then forms a supermassive black hole, which presumably goes on to eventually randomly explode in Big Bang 2.0.Alternatively, god attempts to hit ctrl-z repeatedly while his computer freezes up, and then when it bounces back he finds that he has accidentally gone right back to the blank canvas and must start again. He gives up, and the universe is retroactively destroyed.
>>39770372Oh, and I should point out that this happens in such a small fraction of time that it basically just happens instantly.Then again, maybe it just doesn't happen, because I'm quite certain the laws of physics would totally break down when confronted with something like this.
>there are more imperial guardsmen on our planet than there are particles in the universe- Black Marine Man
>>3976430610 space marines, of either loyal or traitor variety
>>39758713>>39759969tfw I was here for this thread.
>>39770314You're welcome, Jack.>>39770369Thanks, Anon.
>>39770660Tis a good day to be alive.
Here's my own cap.
>>39771289Needs a closeup of the number of imperial guard.
>>39770660>>39771289Oh god, you people are so embarrassing.
>>39771362Final version!I'm too slow for this
>>39764306That many Imperial Guards mass in BEES
>>39771694Do you guys all come from the same middle school?
>>39771844>implying anything but guardsmen could live on that planet.
>>39771869I like how there's no corruption whatosever.Like, it's literally more guardsmen than there are atoms in the universe, but naw, Chaos? Fuck that shit
>>39772044I suspect the guardswomen are actually Sortias in disguise.
>>39762538>implying you wouldn't use the largest possible data type for guardsmen.
>>39772308if he's using C data types couldn't he be using unsigned long double?
>>39772044You know what? Let's seriously discuss life on that planet. The logistics of that many human beings on a planet.
>>39772769Have you missed the entire thread?You could not have that many guardsmen on a planet. You could not have that many guardsmen in every single galaxy we theorize to exist.You could not have that many guardsmen in our universe without causing it to cease to exist.
>>39772769>The logistics of that many human beings on a planet.There are literally more guardsmen on that planet than there are atoms in the known universeAlso>seriously discussing logistics in 40k>laughingtechprists.jpg
>>39772934Anon, it's you who has missed the thread. Those guardsmen ARE our universe.
>>39764188how does that work out on the table top? I'm thinking of getting a guardsmen army as my first one for 40k.
>>39772934BUT WE DO, BECAUSE PRAISE THE EMPEROR AND FUCK YOU!
>>39772989Is it more logical than this?
>>39764295In the impossible fortress the entire thing is just guardsmen. However tzeentch has vanished, likely slain, however it is implied he is one of the guard. Or just dead.Everyone else is dead so he must be...JUST AS PLANNED!
>>39760621That's a lot of Guardsmen
>>39773018Those wasps fuck up about 5 spiders a nest and with ease (spiders are pretty shit fighters, most of their defences are against big things like us). That pic is pretty logical.
>>39771694Jesus more guard than atoms. Soon the warp shall inact it's second change into the realm of guardsmen, all of it's gods and creatures wiped from existence for there are only guards.
>>39771869What is that from anyway?
>>39773161But is it more logical than the 7E Eldar codex?
>>39773214>What is that from anyway?Chapter Master. A /tg/-inspired game about running a space marine chapter. When you look at planets, it displays stats like how many PDF are present, how many imperial guard are there, how many orks/tyranids/chaos there are, how corrupt a planet is, and so on.I would link you to the chapter master general, but it seems to be absent at the moment.
>>39773384That happened a lot lately. Here's a Tau world. At first the Tau enslaved, or liberated as the Tau claim, and things lead to this. I think this is it. If it says 250% heresy this is it.
>>39773615It wasn't finished yet.>>39773666There's one that's worse. Behold, 600% heresy. Cover the eyes of children, and women. Sortias and female inquisitors don't need to see this.
>>39773615They cut up the battle ships, or only a fraction are fighting and the rest are on a coffee break.
>>39773558The Desu Bearers have the strangest luck.
>>39773801I can't handle this level of heresy
>>39762538Given that it rounds off in zeros, I'm given to suspect the game might store the number as floating-point.>>39762431I'm not sure you understand the magnitude of 4.92*10^91 guardsmen.>>39764027The resultant black hole would have an event horizon of ~5.5*10^63 km, or 1.24*10^40 times the radius of the observable universe.>>39764306A black hole 1.24*10^40 times the radius of the observable universe?>>39765719To get through a single turn with that many Imperator-class Titans, you would need to move one Titan every 2.76*10^-83 seconds.So, I have a question. Can you move on the order of 10^83 Titans each second?
>>39773880And now a change. Can you handle inverse heresy?
>>39773666205% heresy is approximately double heresy. That means the populace are actually LOYAL to the Emperor since they are heretical to chaos.
>>39773955>So, I have a question. Can you move on the order of 10^83 Titans each second?No... But I know a guy who can.
>>39773968I-I am not prepared...
>>39773968>Deamon world.>No corruption.It's like a entire planet of failbaddon.That or it's not even a deamon world, it's a eversor world.
>>39774049>>39774060>eversor world.Too grimdark for 40k. And here's one after the guard conquered it.
>>39774060>Alright, this is a daemon planet so you need to be careful when it comes to infiltration. Things might get a bit hairy>No no, it'll be fine. I got this all figured out>You do?>Yup. I don't need to get to the planet. I just need to BE the planet! >Creeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed!!!
>>39773874Something ain't right here.
>>39774288Don't worry, it was just an acolyte posing as Inquisitor Omegon.
>>39774340But was he also Alpharius?
>>39774340>>39774370I don't know but he died again.
>>39774040For further perspective, atomic bonds vibrate on the scale of femtoseconds; it's why molecular dynamics simulations usually use femtosecond time steps.For each femtosecond of that month, you would need to move 10^68 Titans. Assuming 100g per model, and doing some rounding with the gravitational constant and other things I can't be arsed to keep track of, the black hole formed by just that femtosecond's Titans would be ~10^33 km radius, equal to ~10^7 observable universes.The math would take too long to grind out, but I strongly suspect that the energy created by pushing that many Titan models through atmospheric resistance would itself comprise enough mass to form a stable-ish black hole.
>>39774191>Inquisitor OmegonNope nothing suspicious here.
>>39774415Fucking Alpha Legion
>>39774455>>39774466He died again. It's worse than Vulkan Lives.
>>39774526I meant he's alive again.
>>39764027https://youtu.be/A48xA64J7nI?t=37m45sThe giant D8s are made of guardsmen.
>>39762383underrated post.>Boss, I fink da hummies has disc-cover'd enuff dakka, and it aint even da fun loud kindz, itz da blinky blind'n kind...
>>39765719>it would take a single month to just get through one turn. The amount of dice alone would fill almost any hobby shop.I believe you are severely underestimating the magnitude of these numbers. Assuming moving one Titan takes a second, the amount of time required to complete a full turn is 3.07 x 10^81 years. In fact, even if we assumed moving a single titan took the shortest useful measure of time conceived, the Planck Time, a turn would still take 5.25 x 10^30 years. During that period we could relive the current age of our universe roughly three hundred eighty quintillion times. By the time the turn had ended, the protons and neutrons that constitute atomic particles will have begun to decay into their constituent parts, all the stars will have died with much of their mass bled off in the form of leptonic/photonic gas that now primarily composes existence, and the only appreciable sources of thermal radiation in the Universe will be axial hawking radiation from black holes.Not only will our lives be all extinguished, but the particles necessary for the formation of life as we know it will no longer exist. For all human purposes, the the Universe will have ended.
>>39774191Here's one chapter master's thoughts about a Black Crusade coming through his sector.
>>39767984Waaagh powers sometimes backfire.Youz alwayz needz ta aim yer shoota. Alwayz.
>>39774764The Chaos Lord comes for the chapter master.
>>39774008>not knowing about double heresy that's heresy
>>39774841The Desu Bearers watch a battle then go to war. But the recent attacks in the sector has caused some strain on the chapter master.
>>39775023The end result.
>>39759969I need to get back into Chapter Master I see.
>>39775078Duke ended the bug where daemon worlds would have 0% to little percent of corruption unfortunately.
>>397750592.5*10^56 valiant Imperial Guardsmen fell defending Magdelene III.Assuming the Imperium has a million worlds of 10 billion people each, we should mourn the loss of 10^40 times more Guardsmen than the Imperium has people. I'm given to suspect that might empower Khorne just a little bit.>>39774662You forgot one thing.What sort of crazy hobby shop has volume enough to contain that many dice?
>>39774191>>39774288>>39774415>>39774526A son of the Hyrda Lords seems to be investigating other chapters.
>>39775209>I'm given to suspect that might empower Khorne just a little bitOnly if there's a Chaotic presence. I think.>>39775226I just noticed something never before seen.>Tactical Marine Argel Tal>Argel Tal
>>39775209> What sort of crazy hobby shop has volume enough to contain that many dice?We have more than enough guardsmen to build one.
>>39775298Out of the guardsmen.
>>39775298>>39775328But I want to know, what lead to that many guardsmen?
>>39775298Assuming 10^83 dice 16mm to the side, it would require a spherical hobby shop some 4.6*10^25m in radius, equal to 4.9 billion light years. This would be a substantial fraction of the observable universe, and if constructed out of half-inch-thick plywood, would mass about 1.72*10^52 kg empty. This is a mere 124 million times more massive than the largest known black hole, and its theoretical event horizon would be ~2.5*10^25m (a bit more than half the radius of the hobby shop). Surface gravity would be a negligible 5.4*10^-10 m/s^2.I am not sure whether an event horizon would form inside it, but I am pretty sure it would not collapse into a black hole, as the structural integrity of half-inch plywood is more than enough to account for less than a billionth of Earth gravity.
Excuse me, Frater Astrotechnicus, but the Emperor will still protect us if the geller field is down, right?
>>39775393In the beginning, there were guardsmen, and the guardsmen were with guardsmen...etc...You just didn't realised it until now that you were surrounded by guardsmen. Everywhere. You're a guardsman. Even your cat is a guardsman. You're sitting on a guardsman reading on a guardsman. You're guarding guardsmen in the guardsman guardsmen guarding guardsmen.Did I make myself clear guardsman ?
>>39773666nice work satan
>>39775752I understand, guardsman. Where do commissars come in?
If you guys are looking for a quick-pick go to this page its everything warhammer 40khttp://astore.amazon.com/gordie00-20
well it still is amazon but their is a good deal on the dice in their
>>39758713Guys, I have an idea. We need drawfags and writefags. Someone show Dan Abnett the picture of those guardsmen, and tell him to make three quarters of all of guardsmen/women the main characters, and nine fifths of them love interests, and seven sixteenths rivals. I'll start with that one little Ork."Day 98: I have started to talk like humans. I'm writing. I'm learning new words I never knew existed. Flaming Gork, I don't want to be here."
>shitty bait thread defeated by guardsman spamNow I understand the appeal of IG players.
>>39776116"Day 150: I have killed at least a thousand humans, but they keep coming back. Why? Why crime did I commit, Gork for this punishment?"
>>39776181That guard will drown you in corpses. Or at least try. The Tyranids? They actually do that.
>>39776202"Day 390. I'm going to end this here and now. I've stopped wearing purple. I'm going to fight and die like and Ork should."