>>62900079Okay, so>Rolled up a Mining/Prison/Death World that is periodically on fire throughout the year, though some periods are more survivable than others>Marines that descend from the Dangles have set up shop after ditching a call for hunting a possible lead on a Fallen. They were pretty much excommunicated from the Dangles and descendants since sometime in M39>We also rolled up the planet's moons: a Hive Moon that is going to be refluffed after accidentally getting 4000 residents and a quiet Mechanicus Cemetery moon>Minor Xenos race that is basically space roach skaven, who previously owned the sector, they have gene engineering technologyFluff>We need to make new units for the roaches (the ones we got in the past thread)>the chaos warband>maybe other planets
>>62990061I also made a 2nd thread I believe. That was pretty good, especially the Akarianshttp://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/62900079
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>62990102For the Roack Skaven/Akar we had some basic units and they made the Monster Beetles that awaken from periodic hibernation to wreck shiy up as a farewell fuck you to the imperium and Humans across the Subsector and possible outlying regions. We possibly should roll up the Warband to get some more fluff out.I'll start it out, where did they start?
>>62990061Roach units so far>Shattered Humans: The Akar, as the vile things call themselves, do not consume all of the humans they capture, some suffer the fate of "Shattering", where their higher brain capabilities are shut off, and the result is used in combat in similar to how orks use squigs, as sucide bombers and cannon fodder, it is theorized the other xenos races could be "shattered" as well, though this is not confirmed, if so not even they deserve such a fate>Soldier: The basic infantry unit of the Akar, or Roach, forces, this unit typically wields whatever it can get it's hands on, usually stolen PDF gear, they should treated as if fighting a PDF foot soldier, with the minor exception of having higher energy weapons resistance and dodging ability>Cuirasser: Command/Elite units, given the best gear, either made with bio-engineering technology, result in "living" weapons, and/or salvaged space marine gear, training, and biological enhancements>Chrisalid: Massive beasts, they're biologically engineered tanks in effect, rivaling most carniflexs in danger when confronted in melee combat>Dragoons: Ride atop a varity of beasts (well have to roll them, letg's have various mounts), these units are cavalry, with PDF cavalry gear>Wasps: Larger roachs, though no where near rivaling the chrisalid, wasps are jump troops, with specially genetically modifyied wings, often being similar to Cuirasser in rank, having the best gear, for their purpose, train, and modifications>Monster/War Beetles: The biggest seen yet creations of the Roaches, borderline Bio-Titans. Many are as big as Land Raiders with some rumored even bigger. Tough carapace, size and strength make them monsters to deal eith, can lift and throw tanks with ease and a variety of attacks at their disposal. They are plague ridden to make the area around them unusable to enemies. (are a super weapon, like a nuke, or summoning a greater demon).
>>62990148>Daemon World: Your warband was homegrown in the Warp itself on a daemon world, and finally got a chance to strike out on their own! We're from the big leagues boys! A fine pedigree for sure.
>>62990175>Mini Roaches: creature that actually looks like a huge cockroach, no longer than a foot these creatures are another creation by the Akarians as small and fast swarm units to bog down eneimes while their forces either retreat or encircle the enemy to finish them off. They are cheap to breed and raise making their destruction a non-consequence if fired upon by Soldiers>>62990148wrong die it's a d10
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>62990188I thought we were doing a normal Warband, not a CSM one if you say so but we come from a Daemon world okay?
>>62990188we start with weither not it's a legion or renegade warband, otherwise it get confusing
>>62990209We got Renegade>>62990206
>>62990206>>62990209>Renegade Chapteryeah that seems coolGood honest men, tainted by the unknowable horrors of the warp, d100 for why they fell
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>62990237On it
>>62990061>Mining/prison/death world that is periodically on fireReminds me of Chronicles of Riddick
>>62990247>The Chapter rebelled, with originally good intentions, against the Imperium. this tale is getting sadder by the minute
>>62990258not the intention, just happened
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>62990258We made note of that before.>>62990260It sure is.And I'll let another anom roll next Originator
>>62990284>UltramarinesOnce the best, now the worstd10 for piety
A bit on the War BeetleHorns, Gatling, Disorienting attack, Regeneration, Plague Ridden, EntangleAnd it pops up every now and then to kill millions and they live in every Hive>"the AA are out of ammo, sir!">"Don't worry, it get's bored eventually and will sleep for the next 60-70 years">"Why don't attack when it sleeps">"that the kind talk that destroyed undercity #1345">"There was a #1345?">"Exactly.">...So what happened?">"First Rule about Fireball Pvt. We don't talk about Undercity #1345."
>>62990314>Killer for funFucking hate everything>Parasitic fun>SightIt has amazing eye sight>Dormantsleeps for 70 or 80 years wakes up, fucks shit up>Imperial Guard, PDF, or some kind of human resistance Human have tried to fight and failed, and just vacate the area when it wakes up>Taken down and possibly eaten scores of human hunters, guardsman, PDF, or neophytes. A terror on the galaxy's most widespread species.no shit?>LargeGoddamn right it is>is both cavalry and jump infantry, cause fuck you>ExoskeletonIs beetle>Entangleinstead of a mouth it's got tentacles>Plague RiddenNurgle is pleased>HornsBeetle is Beetle>multi-shot ranged attackit has a natural gatling gun>Regeneration Exact rolls
>>62990335Damn right. Either they evac and wait out or the Lantern Bearers come to possiblt take them down.On the LB would they still take in Prisoners/convicts to gain some cred/notoriety? They wee excommunicated by the DA so getting in the good graces of the Sub sector seems like a good idea, they can even offload some excess to the FW forsome favors. The cells and mines of Fireball are filled with criminals from all walks of life: Hive Gnagers, deposed Nobles, Lustful Clergy. You name it, you can find them under the fire baked wastes toiling till their light gives out.
Posting from the linkA possible encounter during a Deathwatch/Kill Team game:>DW/KT are on Fireball as part of a joint op with the LBs>Are purging a large infestation of Roaches, having some difficulty but nothing too hard>Suddenly a roar/screech is heard>The LB are getting antsy, moreso than before>The Sergeant calls out "It's a Crysalid!">Suddenly something crushes its way out of the stone wall>It looks like one of the Heavies, but bigger, meaner and slobbering with giant claws with flamers/guns integrated into them>It attacks and rips the SW with Lightning Claws in two like it was nothing>Today is not a good day
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>62990298Rolling if no on else will
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>62990468>Neutral. The warband believes Chaos to be more of a tool than something to be worshipped, serving the dark Gods when it benefits themi'll roll demeanor>>62990394Why not they protect them after all, there is always hope for redemption, the light of the emperor must be shone in the darkest spots
>>62990509i forgot that god is next, but the roll will work for it>Khorne
Rolled 52 (1d100)>>62990509Indeed Brother. When one embraces the Emperor's Light all things become possible, even for those considered scum.>>62990522How low these Angels have fallen. Once protectors they are naught but Butchers now.Beliefs
>>62990566>Suffer Not the Weak - Those who lack strength deserve no mercy, even fellow marines. Survival of the fittest. Once, thy tried to protect the weak from those that wished to prey upon them. The Marines were betrayed by those they sought to protect, again and again until they abandoned their ideals and now follow the Blood God to forget their pain.
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>62990604I'll roll demeanor
>>62990711>Extra Heresy. A surprisingly large amount of the warband is willing to work alongside aliens, so long as they also worship Chaos (also this isn’t always the case. May also just include mutual hatred for the same enemy.). The battle-brothers in this force are more tolerant than most others. they take any and all, d10 for mutation
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>62990743Was showering
>>62990817>Hunger for Flesh Yep, typical, d100 for Fig. of Legend
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>62990817>Hunger for Flesh They've *REALLY* fallen far huh?>>62990845On it
>>62990854they worship khrone, and don't have psykers, reroll
>>62990869also on a sidenote, did anyone save the Clavessa secundus threads or is it lost forever?
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>62990907They're on the archives so one could save them on suptg by highlighting and copypasting the thread number, and then filling out the request.
Rolled 72 (1d100)>>62990869
>>62990936I say go with the Dread honestly. They tend to be great characters.
>>62990936>>62990933it's either our choice or a dreadnought, i say we choose the daemon prince, seeing that it would help lore, given the LB did banish a DP
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>62990965>>62990965Okay, the Dread could be an important character for the Warband.Rolling deeds
>>62991011roll the deed for the dreadnaught, let's make them both charactersDP:The figure is remembered as a scourge of the Imperium, having ravaged many planets and slaughtering servants of the Emperor aplenty.
>>62991052you also want to roll and see what the dread was before?
Rolled 86, 18 = 104 (2d100)>>62991052>>62991075On it
>>62991125>Apothecary>The figure is remembered as a scourge of the Imperium, having ravaged many planets and slaughtering servants of the Emperor aplenty. The Daemon prince and apothecary went on a tear through the imperium, until the LB banished the prince and the apothecary got so beaten he was put into a Dreadnought
>>62991167That works well. The Apothecary may have been concocting plagues or something to purge the 'Weak"
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>62991186daemon world homeworld, rolling original type
Rolled 76 (1d100)>>62991203>Feral Worldis warp twisted now, roll original terrain
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>62991203>>62991214.DeadPretty average, seems like every other world we roll up on these generators is a jungle world.Doctrine
>>62991214>a dead feral world, turned daemon worldis that a turn for the better or a ba?
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>62991227Yes>>62991223Meant 1d10 not 100We could keep it for the equipment due to the Apothecary/Dread still working to purge the "Weak"
>>62991243the plague thing seems too nurgle, we worship khrone
>>62991243>Drown them with Bodies - The Warband believes in the doctrine of strength in overwhelming numbers. Any battle they participate in is complimented by legions of mortal servants (or unwilling slaves), who throw themselves at the enemy with reckless abandon.
>>62991259If they survive they're not weak anon. Those that survive are strong and will kill better to add skulls to the skull throne.
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>62991273yeah but, why just let it be survival of the fittest, the apothecary could be from the previous chapter, now just being a killing machine with no previous in the medical field any more>>62991271equipment roll
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>62991307> Daemon Weapons They stuff Daemons into their gear to mak them hit harder niceStatus
>>62991316>Massivea d10 for cause of the size
Rolled 10 (1d10)>>62991337Sure thing Leet
>>62991365>The Warband has incorporated a Chapter or Imperial Guard regiment who recently turned traitor into their ranks. Roll it later?
Rolled 77 (1d100)>>62991374Sure thing, likely a Regiment to keep these guys from being *too* powerfulAllies
>>62991400>Rogue Inquisitorroll him too?
>>62991420After the Guard and Enemies Speaking of which... No more rolls? Just keep the Marines as the enemy?
>>62991420So we've made the LB's opposite, the LB protect, The, i'll name them, The Ashes destroy. the LB found hope, The Ashes lost hope. The LB came from nothing and have become symbol of hope, light, and redemption, the ashes came from the UM, they had everything, and abandoned it, become symbols of regret, death, and the destruction humanity
>>62991443Yepa d10 for classification
Rolled 6 (1d10)>>62991479How about The Ashen Brotherhood/Ones.>>62991490On it
>>62991532Ashen Brotherhood has a nice ring to it. 1d100 for demographic
>>62991532>Planetary Defense Force: Former defenders of an Imperial world but having realized truths they never considered that have freed them from Imperial rule.
Rolled 86 (1d100)>>62991532>>62991588Protectors of their home now turned to butchers.
>>62991606>>62991606>Convicts: Were serving their sentence on the front lines, but have cast off their shackles. (If Penal Legion was rolled, this may be taken as default) >LB marine: who are those ones with the heretics>LB captain: the ones we couldn't save
>>62991634I like it. Though they're likely not from Fireball, and speaking of which, how about Crucible or Tene Laterem?
Rolled 100 (1d100)>>62991676always go with the high gothic optioni like to think they appointed themselves the protectors and saviors of the whole sector, what with it being dominated by roach people and a warband (and maybe other things)anyways rolling homeworld
>>62991695Daemon World: So privileged as to be born upon a world held by one of the gods own. Well...
>>62991695>daemon worldthe warband's? they came, made a home base in the sector, corrupting it into a daemon world, bringing the PDF into their fold. that's fucking despicable
>>62991708d100 for core units
>>62991708I like it. Really drives home how low these Marines have fallen.A bit for Tene Laterem to have at the docking area where new Prisoners arrive at:“Give me your Murderes, your Urserers, your huddled masses yearning to witness the Emperor's Light, the wretched refuse of your teeming Shadows,” “Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Sound good?
Rolled 2 (1d100)>>62991731
>>62991746The LB not alone take in Criminals to help them, they take in the poor, the downtrodden, refugees.>LB motto: The Emperor protects us all, we, his light, must follow his example
>>62991783>Infantry Regiment Generic is genericd10 for specialization
>>62991821They do have a lot of people, around a Billion I believe. So it makes sense. Good motto.>>62991783>Infantry Regiment Typical for fodder.
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>62991834
>>62991870>Shock and Awealso CSM paint idea
>>62991898they worship khorne, d10 for loyalty
>>62991870>Shock & Awe They like big boms and pretty lights>>62991898I was thinking grays and such to reflect their name. Maybe their models would be made to look like they're covered in ashes with red here and there?
>>62991918so lighten it abit?
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>62991929That could work. >>62991912
>>62990061This the OP color scheme with this model for a good representation of the LB.
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>62991948yes or no?>Adherent: Hold fast to the Word and the Dark Gods' will. i'll roll gear
>>62991986I love the gradience you have goinf on. The red feet look good, wading through the blood of their enemies feel is great.>Modified Weaponry Pretty simple for these Meatshields
>>62992005sorry if that reponse was abit over zealous, just fucking model with the scheme may be a thing that happenes
>>62992008roll creed, d100
Rolled 89 (1d100)>>62992029Was looking for a Marine with brazier and I stumbled upon the Flamer Marine. The fact he's a DA is all the better. No biggyCreed
>>62992048>Tribal Faiths: This regiment is beholden to primitive beliefs. If from a civilized world, clannish practices from hive gang cultures or other such traditions predominate.well it was a dead feral world
>>62992073Indeed, and it has only gotten worse since the whole Daemon Wolrd came into being.And that's the Regiment. Wantt me to compile? Then we can get the Inquisitor started.
>>62992103>PDF>Convicts>Feral turned Daemon World>Line Infantry>Shock and Awe>Adherent: Hold fast to the Word and the Dark Gods' will. >Modified Weaponry >Tribal Faiths: This regiment is beholden to primitive beliefs. If from a civilized world, clannish practices from hive gang cultures or other such traditions predominate.>CSM Warband (The Ashen Ones/Brotherhood)>Space Marines (Lantern Bearers)Done
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>62992140rolling gender
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>62992152>Male: Majority of the inquisition seems to be male. Pretty typicalAge
>>62992152It's a man, who would've guessed, d100 for age
>>62992163>Ancient (250+): The upper limit is unknown, but it is expected some may reach several centuries old. Perhaps some obscure techno-sorcery can even grant them a lifespan far longer than most. he worships chaos, he's oldhe's a fucking lich!
>>62992187Wait the Inquisitor worships Chaos? Where was that?
>>62992203he's rouge and is allied to a CSM warband, i just kinda extrapolated that
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>62992203>>62992217Ah I see.And I need to sleep, in addition I have to work earlier and will be phoneposting at best. Hopefully this thread stays up over night.Former/Current Ordo
>>62992240>No Ordo: Exactly as stated. The Inquisitor has no Ordo affiliations. so let's make him a lich
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>62992272Got itTitles
Rolled 22, 9 = 31 (2d100)>>62992307>2
Rolled 21 (1d100)>>62992349>Military Rank: Colonel, General, Major, Admiral, Captain, etc; all these and whatever else could be bestowed upon the Inquisitor as a title owing to a previous career, an honorific granted by a particular institution or simply be of their own devising (and dreams of military glory?). Rerolling the Ordo Affiliated
>>62992362Forget that then, good night OP/Anon
>>62990061Not sure if you anons care, but I was looking through some of the other /tg/ army projects and discovered one that has a fairly similar color scheme.https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Guardians_Exemplar
>>62994251I remember those guys, they're a bunch of douche bags that'd give the MMs a run for their money.
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>62992362>>62992405Philosophy roll
>>62995821>Moderate: Inquisitors of a moderate bent are neither frothing fanatics nor entirely sceptical figures, preferring the middle path in their investigations. They do not condone the use of non-Imperial weaponry, but they are not big on mass burnings at the stake either. This is what the Inquisitor puts on as a show/cover for others, they're either truly fallen or an Extreme Radical in actuality. Either is a dangerous notion when you get to thinking.
Rolled 2 (1d3)>>62996035Don't tell me I'm going to have to bump this thread for the whole day until late at night? Methodology Since the Inquisitor is playing two sides would they have more rolls for stuff?
Rolled 81, 61 = 142 (2d100)>>62996160Guess I'm all alone.Rolling what we get
>>62996333>Periculam In Mora (Danger in delay): Knowing all too well that to hesitate for a moment could sign the death warrant of an entire world, informed haste as opposed to blind speed is their watchword. >In Me Vero Et Religionis Habeat Fiduciam (In the truth of religion I trust): Scepticism has no place in an Empire of Faith, and all matters great and small are decided by religious trials and the Emperor's Tarot. So this is what our Inquisitor puts on when in the face of other Imperial agents. Also, Primaris post Ultima. Yay? Seems with the LB being so Pro-Codex they'd go with it in a heartbeat, regardless of their improved relations with the DAngles.
Rolled 29 (1d100)>>62996333>>62996771Psychic roll
Rolled 3 + 2 (1d3 + 2)>>62996956>None: No psionic ability exhibited. Makes sense with the CSM being KhornatesQuirks adding a 2 to the roll due to age and following Chaos
Rolled 28, 40, 82 = 150 (3d100)>>62996994I'll roll the 3 first and then the other two if no one like the idea of modifiers for age/Chaos.
Rolled 67, 80 = 147 (2d100)>>62997086>Hidden philosophy: Knowledge is power, hide it well. Nobody seems to know this Inquisitor's true affiliation. Well fucking obviously>Mutant: Due to excellent concealment of the mutation from their earliest days, or owing to chemical or warp exposure, the Inquisitor is mutated! If a major mutation is generated, the Inquisitor automatically gains the 'Masked' quirk. Being a Chaos worshipping/abiding Inquisitor makes sense with this>Attractive: The Inquisitor is very attractive. They may exploit this to its full advantage. Apparently they have *Really* good plastic surgery on hand
>>62997109>Grotesque: Either through misfortune of birth, plastic surgery or misfortune in the line of duty, the Inquisitor is horribly ugly. *Really* good plastic surgery, may reroll this one because the mutation could lead to being ugly>Arch-nemesis: The Inquisitor has acquired themselves an arch-nemesis. We'll roll for another character or something
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>62997127Going to work, I'll bump when I can. Rerolling Grotesque
>>62997622>Outward philosophy: Knowledge is power, use it to smite the enemy! Everybody is sick of hearing about this Inquisitor's affiliation.
>>63002546Makes you wonder what is going on with the Inquisitor
>>63002705Not sure what you mean by that
>>63002721i'm saying the warp made him fucking bonkers
>>63002771Now I see what you mean
Rolled 3 + 1 (1d3 + 1)Finally back home.Methodology roll, +1 for age
Rolled 1 + 1 (1d5 + 1)>>63005108Wrong rollResources
>>62991479Looking back, this is a truly incredible coincidence of parallel rolls and fluff. It lines up so nicely that it's hard to believe. "We came from storied backgrounds. We carried the blood of Demi Gods within us. But in our darkest hours we could not have been more different. Chapter Master Apos stod up to our Fore Brothers and took all the blame upon himself. The Master of the Ashen ones put the blame upon those they tried to protect. We rose from the ashes of our excommunication to light the way for the people of Tene Laterem . They wallowed in it and sunk to ever greater depths of Heresy."-Chapter Master (TBD) on the similarities between the Lantern Bearers and The Ashen Ones
We decided on a Light theme for the Lanter Bearers right? Flamers, Lascannons and the like. Maybe modified armor mounted Search/strobe lights to disorient enemies to better the Marines chances. And I still don't like the Drop Pod specialization for the LBs. With how they have been fluffed, they are more CQB than drop pods. What with fighting heavily in tunnels/urban environments.
Does anyone have a blank FOC? Was thinking of making an attempt at a basic one for the LBs.
>>63007470The Organization of the Lantern Bearers is strictly Codex Compliant more befitting the Sons of Guilliman than the Lion.As such, they follow the guidelines and teachings to the letter as much they can. They are organized in the standard Veteran (1st), Battle (2nd-5th), Reserve (6th-9th) and finally the 10th (Scout) Companies.
>>63007669What would be some good names for the companies?1st "The Radiant"and 10th 'The Kindling" Are what I got so far but I'm not so sure. And Despite fighting frequently in tunnels and urban environment I think they'd use more Devastators/Stern Guard than Assaults. Reason being is a Heavy Bolter firing down a corridor/hallway is a pretty effective deterrent for keeping Akars number advantages down. This would leave the Assaults as much more specialist tools in comparison to standard chapters, the mobility of the Assaults/Vanguards makes them amazing in wider spaces but not so much in the typical environments they operate in.
Well the LB have their Monastery "The Torch" made out of a recovered overran Under city that they then reinforced and improved upon over the centuries. It's likely expanded beyond it's original layout by a couple kilometers at least, filled with all manner of defenses and safe houses, power plants, life-support and more to better it's ability to run the Chapter. Their are few Under Rails running to it, the shoddy/damaged ones were given controlled burials to prevent interlopers from using them to attack. The current ones in use are carefully monitored to laborious detail. They are connected to the largest Undercities in the Region and from them to an expansive planetary network.
How about we make a creature for the Hive Moon? And should the moon have over a billion pop?
Rolled 2 (1d10)>>63008226Guess I'll do it myself since no one is here. Seriously, I make sure a thread stays up until literally a day after it wasstarted but no one except >>63002546>>63002705>>63002771was here, and that was for a few posts and they then disappear. This keeps happening in all the Creation threads I take part inUrban since Hive MoonFeeding habits
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>63008662>Carnivore - "The Creature is a natural carnivore, killing prey outright when given the chance." A classic for the typical Hive City, Man EatersReproduction
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>63008685>Lone Wolf - "The creature is the last of its kind and can't reproduce. It ain't happy!" Now it's really interesting. Maybe it was too good at killing? I'll add an extra ability point or two to make it up for being the last of it's kind.Sense
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>63008709>Smell It's got a damn good nose, it can even shut off what it can smell to deal with being in Hive Cities, which are filled with all sorts of scents, it would be disorienting at best.Going to go with >Imperial Guard, PDF, or some kind of human resistance Because why else? Also maybe it deals with Akarians what with them being all around?So Role now, eliminating >Farmed/Grown/Engineered because it's the last of it's kind, will reroll if it does happen
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>63008778>Dangerous - "Threatening, either through its skill or the sheer amount of them on a world. No one tries to tame or hunt them." Good call, it's kind was simply too good at killing so concerted efforts over the centuries led to this guy being the final member. It has reached near mythical status due to it.Exemplary action
Rolled 5 (1d6)>>63008801>Taken down and possibly eaten scores of human hunters, guardsman, PDF, or neophytes. A terror on the galaxy's most widespread species.As I said before, too good at killing, will add another ability point to make it worth killing for a Kill Team to take on.Size
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>63008821>LargeAnother? Hopefully it's as good as the War Beetle, that was a thing of beauty.Locomotion
Rolled 8 (1d12)>>63008842>Quadruped (Beasts)Just like the beetle, probably won't have wings this time 'round. Skin/Surface
Rolled 3 + 2 (1d10 + 2)>>63008875>Scales - "Usually cold blooded with scales. Often reptilian in nature." Lizard/Drake like creature, definitely impressive. "Sewer/Spire Drake" is a good name for it.Abilities, and am adding +2 for being Lone Wolf and, Dangerous and killing scores of humans over it's life span.
Rolled 24, 20, 8, 29, 18, 35, 8 = 142 (7d35)>>63008906>5>7 for Large creatures
Rolled 24, 28 = 52 (2d35)>>63008919>No Pain (Flora Only)>Lure>Disorienting Attack >Regeneration>Horns/Spiky>Vampirism>Disorienting AttackRerolling twice, but looking promising, already have ideas for it's abilites
Rolled 28 (1d35)>>63008962Rerolling>Razor Sharp ClawsAnother good one. No wonder it's been going through bodies like a harvester to wheat.
Rolled 6 (1d35)>>63008979Again?! Fine.
>>63009002>Deadly Attack Finally>Regeneration>VampirismStuff to keep it in the fight, Vampirism to feed it's Regen and have likely kept it in the hunt for possibly centuries.>Disorienting Attack>LureStuff to bait and help feint prey/opponents>Razor Sharp Claws>Deadly Attack >Horns/SpikyKilly shit to scythe through bodiesPretty good run if I say so myself
>>63009065>The City Hunter/Spire Dragon>Said to be the last of it's kind, they were hunted and purged by extreme measures by order of the Lantern Bearers due to their danger to production efforts and the riots that were breaking out upon (Hive Moon). It is theorized the explosion of violence and killings by the Spire Dragons was due to overpopulation, chemical imbalance by Hive pollution and a number of other reasons. Regardless, at the height of the killings the Spire Dragons had eclipsed the Ganger warfare by an order of magnitude to the point the Gangs had joined efforts and stopped their infighting to push back against the Dragons.>As the situation worsened, the Chapter Master (TBD) ordered a veritable extermination campaign/Crusade against them by arming all available bodies and sweeping the planet. This took years of blood, sweat nd death but it was believed they had been eradicated until a few decades ago It was sighted.
>>63009216>"Beast? Heh, you think the Spire Hunter is just some slavering animal? Then ya'll are blind as a bat. The Hunter has been owning these blocks since before most of the Nobles were shitting their diapers. And it'll continue doing so unless stopped. Me? I've been tracking it for most my life since my sister was eaten right in front of me. She heard something outside our hab block and didn't listen to our Ma, you never step outside the block unless you got an army equipped to the teeth at ou back even back then. I remember it sounded like a girl calling for help and her just looking around and calling out to whoever it was, she decided it wasn't worth it and turned around and... It came from above, it's jaws wide open and snatching her up fast as lightning. She never even had time to scream, it was over in an instant. Since then I dedicated myself along with a number of other dudes to track and build off the data of previous generations of Hunter Hunters. If you guys are as good as they say, here, take our peoples work. In this book you hold lifetimes of data on all the Hunter's sightings and habits, it's abilities and how to counter them. For all our sakes, end this."Excerpt from a NPC during a Kill Team/Death Watch campaign giving the PCs knowledge on how to nd the Spire Hunter
Well I'm just going to save this thread since It's just me. Good night