First thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78475385/Part 2: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78533839Part 3: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78583130/Part 4: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78620743Part 5: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78673520Part 6: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78741798Part 7: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78798673And the Discord link: https://discord.gg/3JSJM29A>Orikan secluded himself in his ship to begin his divinations.>I had already provided orikan with several ancient maps from the original battlefleet gothic game.>Six sub-sectors where they had been at one point before abbadon had captured them.>It was no guarantee that they would be in the same place.>But all of these had been found in this region of space.>If i came back with all 6 of these blackstone fortresses i would cream myself.>Trazyn and Phillias sent swarms of small scouting vessels out.>If orikan did not find everything we would cast a wide enough net to guarantee we would find a fortress or two.
>>78832381>I sat back and watched Dozens of ships disembarking into the void.>I Sent out orders to look for any signs of power sources or anomalous occurrences to the fleet.>We had an immense 7 million cubic light years worth of space to explore, if not more.>I don't expect them to find anything right away.>Orikan was probably going to spend a few years getting himself in his little time bubble.>Doing so to let himself do longer in depth divinations.>That was well enough for me.>We might be here for...a few centuries.
>>78832385>20 Years passed with no incident.>I Had spent that time helping in the effort.>What we had found surprisingly was massive mile wide clusters of mineral asteroids.>Since I didn't have much else to do I had my Skorpoids begin harvesting the materials.>It would be nice to try my hand with some new foreign substances.>We mined one asteroid for 37 years straight before it ran out of any materials of note.>Still no reports on the first fortress.>Still no word from orikan.
>>78832392>I had gotten started on working on another wafer of amarathine.>But by half way through the intensive process I was pinged by orikan.>He had claimed he had found one anomalous power source in one section of space.>Nearly 79 years in meditation and he finally gets a beat on ONE.>I could insult him later.>In any case Orikan, Phillias, Trazyn and, myself made way towards this power source he had detected.>We ended up passing through the nebula to get where we needed to go.>We were making way towards a sub-system finally.
>>78832398>There was a formation of 10 stars that had matched what we had been looking for.>A Great big constellation as was depicted in the old books.>Orkin was able to narrow it down to a section where 3 stars were, and immediately I pointed to one star.>”There, Brigia, right there.” I tapped the glyph screen and sent him and the rest of our team to look at the area.>”We'll find it somewhere near there.”>Orikan sighed and took my word for it.>Over the next few weeks we closed in.>I was so filled with anticipation I could hardly wait.
>>78832404>Finally we entered into the solar system.>We saw a few gas giants, asteroid belts, a few frozen planetoids orbiting an old star.>It was so cluttered with debris, so many frozen clusters, and floating yet to be identified masses..>Somewhere in this system we would find that planetoid>Fanning out we split up into sections.>I was looking through the habitable zone, 3 planets were here.>One day long from now these worlds would support billions of human lives.>It was a nice distracting thought, but i needed to focus.
>>78832413>I looked over the first planets orbiting satellites and found them each to be far too oblong to match the shape of a fortress.>The second planet had none to speak of, but it looked as though the planet was ripe for populating, it was free of pollution, a virgin world.>I Shrugged off the thoughts and pressed onto the final world.>It was littered in orbiting clusters, it was half the size of the planet neptune.>So much water, great stretches of land masses it was beautiful.>I watched it absentmindedly for a few hours, I felt like an astronaut for a bit.>I had been traveling across millions of light years, and never really stopped to consider it, it was so mundane to a necron, but not for a human.>All that line of thinking was cut off as I saw the blackstone peeking out from behind the enormous planet's shadow.
>>78832426>I Called over everyone, informing them we had found it.>The derelict ship was awaiting us.>I had us brought in closer, and as we approached we were greeted by unsettling sights.>Clusters upon clusters of space hulks of aedari, orkoid, and other xeno wrecks, floated in orbit of the fortress.>Still we pushed on, closer to the moon sized star fortress.>We reached one of its underbelly gates.>And I simply remained at the bridge to awestruck to even speak.>I touched the display glyph, as if touching it was me touching the great fortress.>So long have I waited for this.
Im gonna skeedaddle for the night, i do ask that you bump through the night so i can continue.im really excited to share lots of Blackstone fortress lore.
bump has awaken
This is getting really interesting. I look forward to seeing them try to take it over.
>>78832434mmmmmmm, eldar loot to experiment with
This isn't good. You write MAYBE 100 words/post, at a literally juvenile level (middle school kid?), it's all crap that bekongs elsewhere, and then you demand for your simps to fucking bump the thread? Go write on fiction.live and spare us your stupid ramblings.
>>78835402thanks for bumping while we are away anon
>>78835402Why don't you go make another Alignment thread or "How does 'Insert character or Race' fair in the 40k universe?" thread. Or better yet go back to your Tau rape thread that deviants like you populate. If that doesn't suit you stay in your bait female space marine thread faggot.
OP. You promised to take this shit to /qst/.
>>78835570I didn't, what gave you the impression I would do that?
>>78835540>I can post my shitty thread all I want because there are other bad threads!You are defending all of the things you are criticizing, you know.
>>78835619The previous thread where you lost a war to a single autist and agreed to make the next thread on /qst/ instead
>>78835644They don't care. This shitty thread is their one shot at minor e-fame and they're going to take it. Oh and janny is going to allow it because he's a colossal fag.WHAT DOES THIS WORK OF FICTION HAVE TO DO WITH TABLE TOO GAMES JANNY? BEING SET IN THE SAME UNIVERSE ISNT ENOUGH
>>78835657I don't think he actually agreed to anything. Plenty of other people thought maybe it should happen, but here we are.
>>78835644The difference is those are crap bait threads. This is /tg/ writing that whether you think it is good is irrelevant. If you don't like it than I don't know, maybe not click on the thread? But that would be to much to ask from autist like yourself.
>>78835701How is this /tg/? Please explain what anything in this thread has to do with traditional games.
>>78835657> Mistook a random anon as OPRight.
>>78835701>This is /tg/ writingThen it's also /v/ and /vg/ writing since there are 40k video games.If you're not writing about a game or within a rule set, it's not /tg/ it's just senpai fiction. Fuck off.
>>78835701>>78835657>>78835570look at this anonhe bumps the thread for freea thread he doesnt even likebe sure to not give him tipsfor he does it for free
>>78835742>If its not a game or boardgame then its just fictionah yes lets remove the CYOA thread and anything else that isnt specifically from a franchise leaving only the insert here General #numberthats what you want?
>>78835817Guess you haven't heard of sage before.But if you really want anon, I can follow the example set last time and take us to bump limit solo. Would you like that?
>>78835839Huh, CYOA? You mean those threads where a rule set is created and replies discuss and work within those rules? Like some kind of...traditional game...?I don't care if you think this is the best thread ever made, it belongs on /qst/ and not /tg/. It's just fan fiction.
>>78835850do it my fren be sure to mind the 8th and the 9th although the one you should watch out for is the 15th
There was a sick snapping sound after each step, as my power armor crushed skulls into shards of bone. This place was a desolate ruin, a world long ago sieged, fallen, and ultimately purged according to the Emperor's will. Despite the exterminatus order, I still wore full battle dress, by now all too aware that dead places rarely remained dead in the presence of an Imperial Inquisitor. Gray skies rained ash and ferocious storms tore away at some small fragment of human architecture that still remained. Ugly, brutish, uncivilized things, like so much of the accursed Imperium these days. Well, perhaps that would soon change. I stepped through the threshold of the governor's secret librarium and out of the gray muck and detritus of the surface. This place had been shielded and guarded, because it held an item of supreme significance. But the governor was weak and he died with the rest when his planet was lost. Yet, even now I could see that his prized possession remained unharmed.I approached the ancient scroll cautiously, scanning the room and ordering my attendant servo-skull to investigate the smaller nooks and crannies. It warbled along, following my orders, though it pained me to even look at the primitive, barbaric device. What miseries had befallen mankind to create such an idiotic, loathsome tradition? I grimaced and looked around at the wreckage which remained of the librarium, priceless artifacts long since turned to dust and scraps. All except for the scroll, which still floated in its containment field.At last skull declared the place free of foes, and I shed my second skin, stepping gingerly onto the ash-covered floor. If the scroll proved true, I would not need it any case.I quickly disabled the ancient display field and carefully took hold of the parchment. Despite my expectations, it felt springy, flexible, durable. Nervous energy and excitement boiled up through my skin as I rolled it open...
>>78835893Why are you so desperate to impress strangers on the internet, genuinely?
>>78835868>CYOA's are traditional gamesAre you part of the nigger statistic or something?
>>78835896Boy I hope this is the same Inquistor from Brian the Stupidest Space Marine Ever Produced by His Gene Seed
>>78835915why are you so desperate to not have fun?
>>78835921They're more traditional games than literally writing fiction about a /tg/ setting.If someone wrote D&D fiction on here it would be just as irrelevant. You're only getting away with this because jannies don't do their jobs
>>78835942I don't expect newfags you understand what a blight quest threads were
>>78835947so would you rather go and join the endless shilling my fren please kindly fuck off there then
>>78835964who is shitting up these threads with whining about another board?
>>78835977>you can't say I'm shitting up this board when you're shitting up my thread!Doesn't work that way, chief.
>>78835955>>78835977dubs on his side
>>78835987does work that way my fren, why do you come in a thread you clearly hate even?
>>78835964Go post a quest thread then in TG and have it get removed. the jannies are doing their job.Quest is just DND with wordsThis is storytelling writefaggotry where one person has the wheel and writes. however this specific writefag thread also contains that other people write on top of thatQuest is interactiveOne cunt tried to be interactive here with cryptek anon and basically got told to fuck off.
>>78835896The text was not any form of Gothic, High or Low, nor any language used today, but it was the ink which seemed more interesting. As soon as I had rolled it open, there was a magnetic sound, like a generator coming to life - or a lasgun charging before it fired - but concentrated in this small roll of paper. Well, it wasn't paper, actually, it was a durable nanotube device, and to my glee it still seemed entirely functional. The ink, silvery and glowing every so slightly, rolled down the paper with purpose, navigating toward my fingers. I suspected it had some kind of IFF recognition protocol, as it stabbed my thumb and drew blood, and then proceeded to whirr energetically. All according to plan so far.A moment passed, no more than that, before the parchment dramatically reassembled itself in my palm, the strange nanomachines inside of it fixing themselves into the shape of a syringe. Even in the grimness of this hellish universe I couldn't help but smile with glee.I injected it without hesitation, straight into my neck. It wasn't just a fluid that I had injected, though, I could FEEL the machines wriggling around inside my body, through my veins. What a coward the governor had been, or a fool, to leave this treasure unspent. But all the better for me, I cackled, as my veins began to glow softly from the work of the devices.True enough, there were still machines like this in the faded Imperium, but the machines which were operating inside of me were only a system of delivery. The changes they wrought were extraordinary by any standard, and 'ere long I could feel power surging through my veins.My human form was being forcibly evolved, uplifted, and it was stubbornly trying to refuse. Pain wracked my senses, and I fell to my knees, crying in agony. I knew that this sensation would not last. It was only the death throes of an inferior me, a me who was slaved to the madness and tyranny of lower life...
>>78836007You're a blight on this board and I'm sick of jannies selectively enforcing the rules. You make a post about how politics is literally changing the game itself- boom 3 day ban for "off-topic".You make dozens of shitty threads just writing irrelevant fiction and that's just fine with janny.You're not talking about traditional games, you're writing fiction in a /tg/ adjacent setting. If jannies won't do their jobs, then all that's left is to voice displeasure.
>>78832381Why isnt this in /qst/
>>78836049Because of it was on /qst/ that faggot Neckbeardia wouldn't see it and these losers would miss their one opportunity for a crumb of e-fame
>>78836042my frenyou are on the wrong boardyour sentiments are correct and truebut your methods are wackcome back in two or three yearslurk moar in these boardsor your tourists visa will expireand so with heavy heart i must sayBACK TO >>>/pol/catalog
>>78836049>>78836072this is a story not an interactive game, not as far of topic as /mgw/
>>78836121>durr if you notice companies literally changing rules based on their politics you belong on /pol/Christ you people aren't cut out for 4chan. Having reddit cookies in your cache should be a permaban.Not to mention this rubber-glue shit you're trying here. You belong on >>>/qst/ now off you go
>>78836133Rules on quest never say it has to be interactive. In fact they explicitly protect the authors right to ignore all suggestions and write their own story.Go>>>/qst/
>>78832434For a moment I thought that the Fortress was IN a Hulk. That would have been funny.
>>78836083rent free why pull your hairs?
>>78836032In desperate, nerve-splitting pain I struck out at everything near me, kicking the display case, pounding the floor with my bare fists. My teeth were grit so tightly, but they chattered as my whole body convulsed in pure, unfiltered primeval suffering. And then, suddenly, my bloodied fist met the floor again, only this time it cratered the stone like so much wet tissue.I laughed madly as the pain subsided, washed away in part due to the euphoria of realizing my transcendence. But the lion's share must have surely been that pain itself was rendered insignificant against my new body.At once, I stood and lifted the case from the ground, even though it was mounted to the floor, and threw it as easily as I might have tossed a quill, crashing through the wall of the librarium. Strength such as this was surely nigh-unparalleled, except amongst the most powerful daemons of the immaterium. I stepped through the hole I had made back into the gray wastes of the ruined planet, and looked to the sky.I jumped, clearing several stories in a moment, leaping across the caved-in dome which once represented the height of the Imperium's influence here. I chose to land on top of the roof, though the force with which I impacted the three meter thick stone was still enough to powder it and send it careening fifteen stories to the ground. I, however, did not.Instinct was of no use to me, here, but my willpower, bolstered by the confidence I had in my new body, proved a truer guide. My will insisted that I would not fall, and so it was that I remained where I had landed, only now, with no surface beneath my feet. Unpowered flight, another keystone of my abilities. Eager to test it, I soared upwards, into the towering clouds of ash and lightning.These storms easily tore apart great structures, to say nothing of how they rent any life which may have wandered into them. For me, though, it was a pleasant experience, as I let myself drift along the intense winds...
ITT: Samefags go around circle-jerking and masturbating over how horrible the OP is for not taking this to /qst/; just make sure to ignore that your increasingly-cancerous 'OP IS SHITTY' posts are as much a blight on this board as the jannies.>>78836042Fuck 'how politics is changing the game', that shit is cancerous and inevitably leads to flames and madness when SJWs and /pol/acks decide to jump in.
>>78836153again rent free>>78836163This board is for author-driven collaborative storytelling (i.e., "Quests"). In a quest there is a single author who controls the plot of the story and who drives the creative process. "They can choose to take suggestions from other posters, or not, at their sole discretion." Quests can be text-based, image-based, or a combination of the two. Drawfaggotry is strongly encouraged!To facilitate the author-driven nature of quests, /qst/ differs significantly from other boards in that the OP of a thread is considered the quest's author, and has some basic text formatting abilities: [b], [i], and color tags [red], [green], and [blue]. Therefore, only those people willing to put in the effort to be a quest author should post threads. If you do not intend to run a collaborative story, do not post a thread here! This includes meta-threads.
>>78836166>more redditismsYou really don't help your case do you?Trying to smugly pretend that you're in control of a situation when you're losing is day 1 shit.Come back with a justification for how writing 40k fiction is /tg/-relevant or don't bother replying
>>78836164That would have been funny. But can space hulks actually get that big?
>>78832434>The 4 other ships closed.>We once more hopped onto a call. >Trazyn was the first to pipe up. “This place, it's a treasure trove of relics.”>”Derelict ships of at least 20 different races i've managed to identify, these are all impossibly ancient.” >”They're all forming AROUND the blackstone, not on it.”>That was curious.>I piped up.” We need to send a scouting force ahead.”>”See if the defenses of the blackstone are active, the power should be on from what i know.”
>>78836185>durrrrr I'm totally unbiased you guys, I hate the left AND the right! Never mind the fact that I only discourage these discussions when the right has a pointOnly an arsonist pretends fire fighters are as bad as the fire, faggot
>>78836194see the /mgw/ or storytelling genwho is doing the reddit spacing again?
>>78836196It might be possible, if the hulk holds together long enough or has some way of dragging in extra mass.
>>78836193>boy I sure hope X happens in your story Cryptek-sama!>it happens>surprisedsoyface.pngSounds pretty collaborative to me, faggot
>>78836213> I informed them of fluctuations in gravity, and the uncertain nature of the rooms caused by the blackstone fortresses defenses.>We deployed a small force, hundreds of scarabs, wraiths, Skorpoids and squads of deathmarks.>The most mobile individuals who could navigate unhindered by most of the defenses.>Along with the deathmarks i had trained to spot spindel drone eyes, i think we had a good chance.>They left with a handful of relay nodes, something to keep communications up in the event we lost comms to them.>We all watched as they headed into one opening in the fortress, a triangular passage in.>Entering in, they kept a continued stream of updates.>Everything was alright.
>>78836222>paragraph breaks are Reddit spacingThanks for confirming you're new
>>78836196I see no reason why they can't be, its just a bunch of junk smashed and warp-welded together.
You know what guys. These anons are right. I am retiring from shitting up /tg/. I will live out the rest of my days peacefully with my gay Filipino furry lover. If you need me you can contact me on Discord
>>78836217Nice strawman there, but it's tickling my allergies a *tad* too much. I ain't encouraging either side on this; I just want you both to fuck off back to Bunkerchan and /pol/ so the rest of us don't have to deal with your 'X IS PUTTING POLITICS INTO MY TG IS SHITTY' BS.
>>78836300>I'm not encouraging either side. I'm just seeing one side with complete control of the hobby, and the other side dissatisfied with what they're doing with it, and telling the latter to shut up :)
>>78836296Points for trying to hit all /tg/'s pet hate-ons, but everything else on that is terrible.Obvious troll is obvious, 2/10.
>>78836323I would never troll. All further story posts under this name should be considered non-canon as I did not write them
>>78836337Hello fake nigger
>>78836349Please do not use racial slurs. My boyfriend is very sensitive about the world we live in right now and I want to make it a place where he feels safe
>>78836318Do you have any sources to prove that one side has such a complete control of the hobby, or are you talking out your arse?>>78836337Yeah, I sense faggotry here.
>>78836153>>78836163>>78836072>>78836083>>78835896>>78836032>>78836177yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees, more free time on the first page, give us mooooooooore this is going EXACLY as plannedthe more you fucktard post the more interest this thread garners and you jarheads are doing all of us a fave by letting us live in you heads rent-free
>>78836177Time passed and I accustomed myself to the nuances of flight, as much as I could in such an environment. Despite its normally lethal concentration, the ash didn't disturb my breathing whatsoever. Either my body was filtering it, or my innards had become as durable and resilient as my skeleton and musculature, but in any case I felt fine. Better than fine, I felt great.I dropped out of the cloud layer near the governor's palace, and glared angrily at it. A monument to the selfisheness, stupidity, and savagery of the modern human species. Such a stain on the universe should be wiped clean.A difficult sensation built in my eyes. Heat, energy, tension... it was all built up for one reason. Destruction. In the next moment, a blast of red energy elicited forth from my eyes and cut the palace, a structure which spanned entire city blocks and was designed to survive sieges by the enemies of mankind, in two.Now, I felt ready to leave this world, and exact retribution on the fools who had so readily cast the future of the human race into the trash can. I ignored the lander I had arrived on and flew up past the clouds, into space. It was cold for a moment, but then the warmth of the system's sun filled my body and I felt more alive than I ever had. In space I could fly much faster, I realized. Probably, there was no upper limit on my speed, whatever mechanism powered my flight was completely beyond conventional knowledge. But I still needed my ship, to travel between star systems. At least, for now.I arrived aboard by the simplest means - crashing through the hull. Armsmen and crew were shocked, and some of them were ejected into space because of me. I wasted no time hunting them all down, pasting their frail bodies against the interior of the starship.Unlike most in the Inquisition, I did not believe in using navigators. My ship was guided by a relic from the "Dark Age" of Technology, an 'abominable intelligence...'
>>78836367>Do you have any sources to prove that one side has such a complete control of the hobby, or are you talking out your arse?>I want proof of the politics in this hobby but I also don't want you to be allowed to talk about politics in this hobby!You played yourself.Maybe if you looked at what people were saying rather than shilling you have seen the dozens of statements from all the major war game and RPG companies about diversity, representation and BLM
>>78836364Fuck you. This is 4chan, not some Tumblrtard hugbox where claiming to be gay is an instant 'I win' card and playing it causes an internet lynch mob.
>>78836405oi, stop stealing my name you git
>>78835619Ignore him. Just use the exterminatus and go on.
>>78836406I'm sorry if that's how it came across anon. I only wanted to express my genuine desire to retire from writing to spend more time with my gay Filipino furry boyfriend. Seeing you use a slur like that for under my skin. I'm sorry for any offense I may have caused
>>78836406in other news; the gaydar is going haywire when i point it at your comment, faggot
>>78836245>We were receiving a grainy live stream of their entrance.>We couldn't clear it up with all this hulk debris interfering.>They traveled a few miles before they finally reached a torn down gateway.>They waded through the rubble to enter into the chamber.>A few Skorpoids dedicated themselves to harvesting the debris of the doorway for future clearance.>Traveling they found a small chamber bearing a spire and a few lights to brighten the room.>The tiled floor was a hexagonal grid, seemingly randomingly dipping across the floor.>A few connected doorways led to a few other chambers.
>>78836398One: who cares, unless you're terrified that the niggers, trannies and fags are going to crawl out of Diverse!Games and rape you up the ass at night.Two: If these companies don't go full BLM IS LOVE BLM IS LIFE they'll get a horde of SJWs and political talking heads screaming about how racist they are; better to make a statement and keep the sweet sweet moolah coming in than risk a PR booboo.
>>78836467Anon, I JUST announced my retirement. Could you at least wait a few threads before impersonating me?All of this is non-canon
>>78836460>Namefag>Calls me faggot
>>78836468You're not doing a very good job of pretending to be unbiased. You're doing a remarkable job of downplaying opposition and trying to preserve the leftist perspective though
Personally I think the only mistake OP did was making so many threads in so little time, which gathered the attention of too many tards, which would make it harder to post in following threads... perhaps OP should consider writing more in advance, even if he has to take long pause
>>78836491You're also doing a remarkably good job of not responding to my earlier point, fuckboy. Sources. Do you have them?
>>78836395"Greetings, Inquisitor," the AI chirped at me, as I finally entered the bridge. I was captain of my own vessel, and as such there was no need to purge this place of the filth that had occupied the rest of my ship."Set destination to Terra," I ordered, slumping into the command chair. This vessel was only a frigate, no real warship, but for me it was only a means to an end, the pathway to ending this foolish Imperium as quickly as possible.I realized that I was quite tired, probably from the stress of my transformation, and took the opportunity to sleep.I awoke to the sound of tittering laughter, never a good sign. I sighed and stood, scanning the bridge. We were in the immaterium at present, and a purplish glow dominated the bridge. "Show yourself, creature," I wearily demanded. I had nothing to fear from denizens of the Warp, now, I was confident."What a strange thing I have happened across, a ship with only a lone human girl as its passenger!" The response came from the air around me, the voice smug and feminine."Daemon," I cringed at my own use of the grossly inaccurate term, "I am not a girl, and I am no longer human. I am something more. Test me and I will destroy you," I threatened."Ooh, so feisty," she giggled. Annoying, I thought, that I didn't have a way to simply extract her from the air and choke her unconscious. "Well, don't worry, I'm not a nasty demon here to ruin your day. I thought I'd just tag along and watch what you're up to." Just outside the bridge window, she apparated. A blue-skinned, winged girl, attractive but certainly alien, and obviously unaware that her position afforded her no security."I could rip you from where you stand and tear you in half," I explained. "The void is no shield against me, not any longer.""Ah, but the warp itself? Would you so readily plunge into pure chaos?" she giggled again."I choose not to do so only because I'm busy," I responded gruffly."Oh you ARE interesting," she smiled.
>>78836541A shitshow on all sides, mixed with shitty writefaggotry, yells of 'OP IS A FAG' and random /pol/tards. Also, namefags.
>>78836541It says fag
>>78836196Now you got me thinking... Can a space hulk become so big that I would turn into a planet? I mean, gravity will take hold of all that mass once jt gets out of the Warp...
>>78836560we namefags usually just write tidbits of sideplots but it's such a mess right now it would not be worht the effort imo
>>78836573Probably not. Can you imagine how much rape that'd put out if it got Orkified, though?
>>78836479No, THIS what is this.
>>78836573Planetoid Sized Hulk? Probably. More a matter of time really. And time is fucky in the Warp.
>>78836587same poster Are people insulting each other in cipher?
>>78836467bruh how did we get to talks about BLM or far right stuff , all I'm writing about is necrons and folks get butthurt because I'm not sucking off the imperium. Id like to thank the janitorial staff for helping clearing the spam.>They opened up another chamber, and immediately opened fire.>They had peppered a spindel drone full of beams of gauss shots, energy beams, and dissipation beams.>It cracked and fell under such a concentrated beam of deadly shots. >But as they focused in, they found the drones were inactive.>Half a dozen dead drones were strewn about the tight hall.>They had either been killed or without power for who knows how long.>One deathmark collected the bodies, and sent them back on towards the entrance.>We would have time to research these drones while they ventured deep.>Trazy, Orikan and I were all pleased with this development.>No doubt we would be bickering who gets to dissect the thing.
>>78836531"Silence, creature," I responded, now mostly resigned to being grumpy from having awoken too soon. This daemon represented no threat whatsoever to me, it only wished to annoy me. Sadly that was not enough to merit an adventure into the raw immaterium, and so I would have to endure her unwanted attention.She watched me silently for a time, but silence did not become her, it seemed. "You killed the others, right? Why would you do that?""Simple - they are my enemy," I answered. "The Imperium... no, the entirety of humanity, has betrayed everything good and decent that exists. I intend to destroy it, destroy humanity, and destroy all the other races which have abandoned justice.""Abandoned justice? Isn't it a bit hypocritical, when you attack your fellow humans for choices they didn't even make?" she queried."They are hopeless. All that they can ever do is degenerate into the equally loathsome fools who worship your masters. I have no patience for those who deny their own power and worth. No servant of the Emperor is untainted.""Yet you are an inquisitor, are you not? How many have you killed in the name of preserving this way of life?" the daemon smiled, clearly enjoying the exchange.I frowned at her words. "I am beyond hypocrisy. My actions, whatever they are, are my own choices. All that I have done has been done in accordance with my will. That I have changed my attitude in light of changed circumstances, it's only rational.""Rational? Hmm, a bold choice of words for a woman who is determined to murder her entire species. Is your supposed transformation not proof that humanity can change, and live up to your ideals?"At that, I laughed. Though she clearly had the aspect of a Tzeentchian daemon, this girl was so woefully uninformed. "My transformation is proof that humanity deserves to be destroyed."She quirked her head, confused at my response. "I would pry more, but sadly, we're out of time for now. Good luck on your quest," she smiled.
>>78836706We got here because>>78836042 Started going on about politics and how butthurt he was over changes to 40K. Cue 4chan being 4chan.
>>78836706Isn't this Blackstone found lifeless anyway by the Imperium in M34-5?
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