Been a while since I've seen one of these.>Roll D10 for Chapter Origins
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>51111821
>>51112489>Crusade - "We need people running around and hitting the Imperium's enemies. Found a Chapter!"1d100 for chapter progenitor
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>51112823
>>51113126Fuck, I did them out of sequence, but whatever>Iron hands1d100 for when we were founded
>>51113126Iron Hands.1d100 for millennium founded.
Rolled 35 (1d100)>>51113209I'll roll
>>51113249Oh crap. It's the cursed founding.>Roll D10 for properties/flaws
>>51113249Cursed founding, nice1d10 for genrseed flaws
>>51113308Please be a high roll
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>51113308
>>51113444Altered stock, makes sense.D10 for Chapter demeanor.
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>51113560
>>51113560Turns out flesh is indeed weak.
>>51113717>Uphold the Honour of the Emperor - Performing unheroic acts? *BLAM* No.1d10 for genrseed flaw
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>51114010
>>51114396>Hyper-stimulated Omophagea - Eat the enemy!This is really fun 1d100 for chapter legend
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>51114648-+-+-DICE SERVITOR ACTIVE-+-+-
>>51114668Battle-Brother seconded from a previous generation Successor or even the First Founding Legion that provided the new Chapter’s gene-seed. Roll again on this table to determine what type of warrior he was, rerolling if you get this result again.D100 for his legendary deed
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>51114882-+-+-THY WILL BE DONE-+-+-
>>51114950>The hero led a glorious campaign against a rebel army, defeating the foe and bringing an entire sector back into the light of the EmperorSo Iron Hands fucked some rebels and spawned a chapter, nice.1d100 for homeworld environment
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>51115161
>>51115198We got a hive world, boys1d100 for terrain
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>51115529Neat so far.
>>51115566Its a jungle! Okay-ish1d10 for how we rule our planet
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>51115600
>>51115653>Distant rule - "You see that castle up there? It's inhabited by the mighty sky-warriors of Emp-rar. Sometimes they come and steal our children."Makes a shit ton of sense, since we're always off crusading1d10 for organization
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>51115689
>>51115747>Codex-adherentwe follow the rules well enough1d10 for combat doctrine
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>51115780
>>51115820>amoured assaultlooks like we used up most of our high rolls early on1d100 for beliefs
Rolled 10 (1d10)
>>51115901There's only one d10 roll left, so I'll just use this. We're >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 82 (1d100)>>51115867
>>51115928Here's a weird one for Iron Hands>Purity of Man - "Flesh is better than bionics!"2d100 for relations, then I'll compile up all the rolls
Rolled 3, 89 = 92 (2d100)>>51115958
>>51115985>The Administratum are our allies>Dark Eldar are our EnemiesAlrighty Tight, rolls are done. Anyone have those chapter name generator pictures lying around?
Rolled 58, 50 = 108 (2d100)>>51116134
>Crusade - "We need people running around and hitting the Imperium's enemies. Found a Chapter!">Progenitor: Iron hands>Cursed Founding>Genestock flaw: Hyper-stimulated Omophagea - Eat the enemy!>Demeanor: Uphold the Honour of the Emperor - Performing unheroic acts? *BLAM* No.>legend: Battle-Brother seconded from a previous generation Successor or even the First Founding Legion that provided the new Chapter’s gene-seed.The hero led a glorious campaign against a rebel army, defeating the foe and bringing an entire sector back into the light of the Emperor>Homeworld: Jungle Hiveworld with distant rule>Codex Adherent>Specialty is armoured assault>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.>chapter beliefs: Purity of Man - "Flesh is better than bionics!">The Administratum are our allies>Dark Eldar are our EnemiesAlright, turns out I missed a roll, so 1d100 for what rank our chapter legend was
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>51116157Rolling.>>5111614458...>Night50...>LordsLet's not do that one.
Rolled 75, 96 = 171 (2d100)>>51116134
>>51116179>Battle-Brother (roll d10 twice to determine company and squad).Here's hoping for 10th company
>>51116199>>51116175woops, wrong one
Rolled 10, 9 = 19 (2d10)>>51116199>>51116219
>>51116240Oh shit son, 10th company, 9th squad. We got a fucking scout as our chapter hero/inspiration
Rolled 63, 50 = 113 (2d100)>>51116134
>>51116179The Space [PLANET]. Uh...>>51116286The Red Lords.
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>51115926
>>51116452Oi, fuck,any of you guys wanna swap out a roll for this 100? Too good to pass up
>>51116577It would make sense for the one about not wanting bionics desu
>>51116666Well, the Quads seem to demand it. What's the result now? Do we roll more times or do we summarize what we have?
>>51116666I thought it'd be more interesting to have an iron hands successor that rejected the bionics obsession of their predecessors.
>>51116687>>51116815That 100 could be applied to >What form do the Chapters' beliefs take? (d100)>96-100 Esoteric Beliefs - You know our Chapter's beliefs? They're weird.Make them as obsessed with Physical perfection as the Iron hands, but have it focused on perfecting their biological bodies via strict/bizarre training and diet regimes. Something like what modern "biohackers" do.
>>51116936Alternatively it could be broken into a 10X10 for the next two tables:>Chapter organisation (d10)>9-10 Unique organisation>Combat doctrine (d10)>10 Terror
>>51116989OP here, I say we do this option.
>>51116936Buddhist monk Space Marines?
>>51116936I like this idea; we can connect it to there Genestock flaw. So since we are from the cursed founding exactly what did go wrong?
Alright, so can we recap everything so far so we have a master post to refer to?
>>51116989Why terror though?
>>51118530Ou chapter legend was an Iron hands scout who killed a bunch of worthless rebels, and our name may or may not be Red Lords, though I would be in favor of something more in-line with classical Greece. I agree with what >>51116936 said, making them sculpted like greek gods + bio-enhancements
>>51111821Why is it always Space Marines?
>>51121608It's not, it's usually guardsmen or chaos for like the past 4 months. First space Marine one I remember in recent memory
>>51121198Maybe because they EAT everything?>>51114648
I bring to you brothers, the SCARLET PHALANX-Believe in ambushing the enemy through carefully planned drop strikes.-Always captures the enemy commanders and sacrifices them to the Emperor -Librabrians use Divination a lot, using a variation of the Emperor's Tarot that requires flesh.-Mounts heads of fallen enemies on trophy racks, to fear the enemy? How's this for a start?
>>51122426It sounds like a fucking one way trip to the skullthrone. Two days before they fall to chaos, tops
>>51116157dreadnoughts of this chapter Don't stick around. They are expected to leave the chapter to join the Deathwatch or some other worthy cause and get their bionic corpses out of our crusades
>>51122573Good point, what would happen to a brother maimed in battle? Can't give him bionics, and prosthetics would only make the marine an encumbrance. Is limb grafting a thing in the universe, I don't rightly know
>>51122426You'd just made red Sons of Malice.
>>51122605If they get maimed in combat they might try to get themselves killed by doing something like a suicide charge or blowing themselves up.
>>51122605Pretty sure that if they have implants that allow you to grow 4 feet in 8 years, they have limb grafting.>>51122526That as what I was thinking too, but it's hard to utilize terror. Maybe ditch all the occult s hit except for the librarians and divination, and even that is a chapter secret?What do you think of the name tho?
>>51122674Who are those?
>>51122709Adding a bit of martyrdom makes sense. Best to serve in death than be a living disgrace. Chapter legend was an ordinary scout who played a major part in putting down a rebellion. I say that the rebellion was from cyborg hordes that overrun the system, coming from some shithole hive. When that scout one, he proved the purity of flesh over metal, or at least that's what the Marines believe. Those that fought with the scout became the first members of the new chapter, greatly diverging from their progenitor. They could also reasons that the Emperor never had augments
>>51122605>>51122573It's possible that they prefer Dreadnoughts to bionics, since Dreadnoughts are a way to keep an incapacitated warrior alive and kicking as a vehicle pilot rather than an augmented warrior. Most chapters don't see a problem with Dreads save for the White Scars since Dreads can't ride bikes.>>51122709A Death Company for wounded warriors? I imagine it'd be hard and silly for a Chapter to send in legless marines on a suicide mission. It'd frankly be stupid for a Chapter to overlook the obvious utility, practicality, and necessity of bionics to keep expensive Space Marines alive. The Chapter might view bionics as a departure from the human form, but otherwise would simply bear them with a hint of shame and the pity of their fellows. I imagine if it was that much of a problem, they'd built cybernetic limbs into their armor to hide them in battle, and/or paint them black to show the shame in their lost limb.
>>51122858Damn it, NOW I'm just thinking of a shot ton of Dreadnoughts deep-striking angry marine style. Because Drop Pods are for the weak.
>>51122858I'd say brothers with bionics do enter a sort of Death company, they form a vanguard force that are sent into missions deemed too dangerous for nonbionics. Possibly no matter the wound, they are heavily augmented for hostile environments, built for places that would instantly attack the biology of a normal marine. They become the sort of janitors or the charlie day of the battlefield.Also, for distinction, maybe have the chapter insignia stricken from their pauldron?
>>51121413Maybe have recruits trained Spartan style, being taken earlier than normal in order to train their bodies to a honed edge before the implants?
>>51122954Fits in with the Greek flavor that the Iron Hands successors have
>>51122946I can imagine they'd still proudly wear it, I mean, they have indeed served long enough to be wounded as such, and have earned both those wounds and their place in the Chapter. Instead they might paint the pauldron black with the insignia over it, as opposed to whatever their pauldron's regular base color is.What I want to know is why they have to go from a bionic-loving successor to hating bionics with a passion? Consider that they're Cursed Founding, and most Cursed Founding chapters do not know their Progenitor, or have chimeric geneseed. It's possibly they have a fraction of the Blood Angel's geneseed that produces their blood-craving and a countenance that shuns augmentation, or even be part Emperor's Children as a kind of merger of descendants of the best bromance and saddest betrayal of the Horus Heresy. You'd still have to explain the geneseed mutation, though.
Rolled 85, 34 = 119 (2d100)>>51116134
>>51123741Not too good if you were to ask me