1d4chan edition (hopefully) >>82523659 >>82588526 >>82630074
>>82670891I like it. Simple and open to interpretation.Maybe add a noun to the front or back of it too, to describe them a little more.
You know best on the rolls I am imagining various petty kingdoms exist all over the place with the best of the best of these kingdoms armies going to rulling empires.
I wonder if the Tau are using a newly annexed xenos homeworld as their base in this system
Last thread there was talks of an Inquisitor having interest in the sector. Should we roll one up ?
>>82672125Honestly I am more fine with them a being a throne agent.i an more interested in rolling up the Deldar faction and system
>>82672172Let’s do it then. d10 for Kabal age
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>82672311
>>82672473> Old (2,500 - 5,000 years old)D10 for current Archon
Rolled 7 (1d10)>>82673183They been in this system a before the newcomer joined their little party
>>82673230> Hellion that 'graduated' from the mean streetsArchon Personality (d10, roll twice and add for really colorful results)
>>82672125The inquisitor roll was VERY minimal. To the point where even the prompt questioned if they were even there.The one or two inquisitorial operatives possible in the area could be rolled if you want, but you’re better of using a character creator for them than a force roller tbqhwy senpai desu
Rolled 9, 10 = 19 (2d10)>>82673319
>>82676028> Tyrannical: "There is a price to pay for failing me. And that price involves a Haemonculus..." -Common response of Archons to failure from their subordinates. The Archon considers fear and tyranny to be the best motivators.>Curious: "These grey-skinned creatures; send a raiding party to one of their worlds. I wish to know if their foreheads can be used for something useful." -Universal Commorite response to discovery of the Tau.The Archon is driven by curiosity about the universe more than anything else.d12 for kabal origin
>>82676095dice+1d12Deldar who are in a region where the Tau are active rolled to want to poke Tau. The dice are blessed.
Rolled 12 (1d12)>>82676095Fuck, how do I roll?
>>82676242>Spiritual reasons (e.g followers of a Dark Muse's teachings)D8 for kabal demeanor
>>82675542>A single Inquisitor and his small cohort are basically stranded in a system with the suspicious marines they were assigned to investigate I like it and fits the dracula trope, I think we should run with it
Rolled 1 (1d8)>>82676566As a guy who never actually played Warhammer (outside of vidya), where are the tables you use for these rolls?
>>82676811Here https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Dark_Eldar_Kabal_Creation_Tables#Kabal_Demeanour>Swift As The Wind - Faster raiders even than other Dark Eldar. They'll have the skin off your body faster than you can scream in torturous agony.They believe speed is key in combat. Roll d8 for flaw
We also should start to figure out Relics, in other threads someone gave an idea that some death company dreadnoughts would still be able to be under the Red Thirst and feed themselves with a especial mechanical mandible>Death company dreadnoughts are equipped with retractable mandibulas, that allow them to satiate their thirst for blood even in death.Instead of this being a standard item among the SoD death company dreads, i wager it should be a Relic.Another item is the Exsanguinator Sword for the apothecaries >The Exsanguinator is both a sophisticated medical device and close quarters weapon, used by Sanguinary Priests to harvest the gene-seed of fallen comrades.>When a Battle-Brother falls in combat, it is the duty of the Sanguinary Priests to either restore him or safeguard his genetic heritage for future Battle-Brothers, storing it away in the Exsanguinator.
>>82677357dreadnoughts equipped with retractable mandibleshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captive_bolt_pistol
Rolled 1 (1d8)>>82677215Foolish mon’keigh, they have no flaw>>82677357I think a power lance from their progenitor would be cool.
>>82677357So like a big ol bendy straw? A proboscis sticking out of the dreads coffin portion?How’s this for an idea: maybe only the black company get real dreads. Everybody else gets turned to gheist feed or stuck in a redemptor dread.You have to earn eternal service by being embraced by the rage of the angel!
>>82678277I can now imagine the fucking crazy dreadnought calling all his enemies "Little pigs"
>>82678278>Formed by members sharing a common target for revengeThey have a hate boner for the tau it seems.
>>82678277>stick some arms and a sarcophagus on this
Rolled 4 (1d8)>>82678361Rolling for demeanor
Rolled 4 (1d10)>>82678591whoops already rolled that i should've rolled for territory
>>82678361Thats origins wouldn’t flaw be> We Stand Alone - The Kabal maintains distant relations with everyone, seeing imminent betrayal everywhere.
>>82678609> SlumsD100 for its condition
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>82679701They are poor as fuck
>>82679733> Averaged10 for their tactics
>>82676667Now I just imagine the scene of dracula when the guy is chased by the three vampire girls and dracula has to intervene to make it clear the guy was out of limits but now is three robo-whores chasing a very concerned Inquisitor that is saved by a giant angel of death looming over him, restraining himself hard enough to not just kill him himself
color scheme for a hellsinger marine
>>82679980It would probably be more like a resident evil game on one of the SoD’s monastery ship.>chapter master invites Inquisitor Ted abound his ship, though he is indisposed and away for the time being>greater by two most bodacious but appendage impaired honeys>cyber babes taking questions, but an alarm catches their attention and they run off, telling him to stay still and behave>*goes on a most righteous adventure through the ship anyway*>”woah! everyone’s fucking asleep! What a bunch of bums!”>find disremembered robogirl >something crashing against door>guess one wasn’t asleep>open door>gigaripped blood angel successor in the throes of the black rage is fighting with what is assumedly a daemon of the warp having crawled out of his insane unconscious psyche, the daemons presence triggering the Awakening Directives in his tomb as if it had just touched down in a battle field>hard to tell which one is the daemon when they’re both naked so fast naked and angry>in the half of seconds the inquisitor has been standing around slack jawed taking this in, a sanguinary priest Dracula’s his way into the room>banishes the the daemon to the warp, walks up to the psycho battle brother if his>pic related’s his ass back into the box>pushes the inquisitor out of the room, into a pod, and out of the ships airlock>refuses to elaborate further>robo babe carrying her dismembered sister looks through window, waving good by with her sisters armDUDE!
>>82680147>no tacticool>bright colors>fucking pinkAs discussed before Hellsingers are tacticool maniacs who use use dark brown colors and abhor pink, purple and anything in between.
>>82680749They are literal shizoid daemonic vampire hunters and i love that actually.
>>82680336HOLY SHIT I love it Since we need more characters what do you think about giving that psyker dude a name? I suggest Dragos, it is a Romanian name and, besides sounding cool it kinda sounds like Dragon.
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>82679845they seem rather poor.
>>82680886Meir was so cool VHD Exactly what I think when I think of vamps ever since all those years ago
>>82681180> Performance Art: AgonyMaximum pain. d100 for their resource
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>82681342
>>82681402> Anchoraged10 for their iconic weapon
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>82681441
>>82681528> Jet bikesD10 for who they’re currently not betraying.
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>82681552
>>82681580> A Corsair PrinceThey’re currently raiding Tau so no need to roll for that. d12 for their goals
Rolled 5 (1d12)>>82681725
>>82681742> Material WealthMakes sense since they live in slums
>>82682150They legit just seem like pretty standard pirates weirdly enough
>>82682186They probably get bullied by the other Kabals for that, hypocritical as it may seem.
Summary post of the DEldar, I'm gonna try to do one for the planets last thread in a bit >Dark Eldar Kabal> Old (2,500 - 5,000 years old)> Current Archon is a Hellion that 'graduated' from the mean streets>The Archon is tyrannical and curious. He is driven by curiosity of the universe and believes fear to be the best motivator>The Kabal was founded for spiritual reasons(e.g followers of a Dark Muse's teachings)>Swift As The Wind - Faster raiders even than other Dark Eldar. They'll have the skin off your body faster than you can scream in torturous agony.> We Stand Alone - The Kabal maintains distant relations with everyone, seeing imminent betrayal everywhere.>The Kabal's territory are in the slums and is in average condition>Their favored tactic is Performance Art: Agony>Their resource is an Anchorage>The kabal is renown for their use of Jet Bikes>The Kabal is currently "allied" with a Corsair Prince>Their favorite prey are the Tau>The Kabal's overall goal is gaining material wealth
>>82682585neat, I'm working in a word doc with a lot of stuff as well, will share soon
>>82682585I like the idea that the Deldar raid Tau so much because they just want to steal their money.
>>82682667They'e bullies that want lunch moneyThey really just find the Tau so bulliable
>Denkite: home of the Denkite Prime Honor Guard>The planet's tech level is low Imperial>The system's star is huge>Adminstratum has a slight presence on the planet>Arbites presence is small and unobtrusive >Telepathica is also small >Mechanicus is a token presence, only for adminstrative purposes>Ministorum has a moderate presence, has offices and planetary duties, and are widely known.>Inquisition has a token presence>Denkite has a circumference of 8,000 km > It has a moderate axial tilt (16-25°) and has a seasonal variation of ± 20°C/68°F>The days of Denkite are 3 hours and there are 2,968 days, or 371 Terran days, in it's year>The planet lacks any satellites>Denkite has standard gravity but it's atmosphere is poisonous>Denkite is a desert world but it's chilly (-100°C to -41°C/-148°F to -42°F)>This world has appreciable oceans, seas, lakes and rivers, and gets frequent rainfall, but also sees its fair share of inland deserts.>There are approximately 26 million souls that live on Denkite>Military Junta/Dictatorship: The world’s culture is either built around a military cause, or there have been events in its history which caused a great demand for military action and organisation. Either way, society is ruled by the military. Rather than noble or bureaucratic rank, Military rank is the position of highest political authority. Everything is arranged and run in a military fashion. The Imperial Guard (and/or the Imperial Navy) have major influence here.>Denkite's main export is contraband >Denkite's enforcer size is huge but they're poor quality>The Prime Honor are medium size and medium quality>The Denkite's navy forces are huge and medium quality>The orbital stations are tiny and poor/medium quality>The defense lasers are medium size and poor quality
>>82678277Pile bunkers???How does this help them bite and lick???
>>82686198Actually satisfying their desire for cannibalism isn't the point, getting them to kill the Emperor's enemies is. So the nerve endings that once controlled tongue and jaw are now operating power drills.
>>82677357>>82678289>>82686198Rotary grinders.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nj-vwLTwyaY&t=215shttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8hW07UX6tkThink a loyalist version of pic related's mouthpiece, but attached to a dreadnought sarcophagus just beneath the eyeslit.
What conflicts have the Sons of the Dragon participated in?
Should we add that corvus armor is the most common among the sons of the dragon firstborns because of their tactics?>>82688363I suggest that we figure out where their system is first so we can speculate their area of operation. Maybe there's a chart somewhere in 1d4chan that allows to roll for that
>>82688434Corvus armor makes sense. For their location I assume they’d be in Ultima Segmentum
>>82686616Ahh i hear you. That’s cool!>>82687092I like this idea too. What are the robogirls mechanized transports (they are mechanized after all)? lower tech chimeras?Maybe the Denkite Prime girls joy ride in some kind of hellish combines. Outdated by imperial standards, but still the masters of contemporary demolition derbies and tau mulching competitions, up there with russes!.The Sons of the Dragon have slicker & smoother (if still somewhat simple) equipment, by virtue of being marines, Even if they’re far future grim dark pilebunkers/cattle guns equipped to the walking coffins of the so interred savage death companies.
>>82688553Makes sense, do you think they eskew the kino-rambino beakie helm to better access the enemies blood, or do they have little straws they use to catch a quick drink in combat?
>>82688730I feel like if the Dragons are thirsty, they’re just going to throw their helmets off and sink their teeth in. Some opt to have their helmets modified so they suck blood but traditionalists believe you need to rip the flesh yourself.
>>82682186Anyone else like the idea that the Archon is surprisingly reasonable by DE standards? Which is to say, still a sadistic sociopath who needs to regularly torture people or have his soul sucked out by an eldritch abomination, but one capable of diplomacy.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ3smKmJqGsIf only on the level of;>shows up in the Director's palace to tell them that his kabal will be raiding tomorrow and they'll make sure to destroy the fancy new monument the Director's slaves had just finished, unless the Director bought them off by just giving them a few of the underperforming slaves who weren't pretty enough for Honor Guard duties.
>>82688990They've got half-helmets in the first place, with exposed chins. Pointy tops and chainmail to protect the sides of the head and neck.
>>82689006>The Kabal of the Malicious Traders are unusually diplomatic and what can be called "Generous" by dark eldar standards.>Well inform its future raiding targets when its going to raid and what it desires but, it is also happy to accept "Tithes" from the raiding subject . Most of the time he does what he promises and leaves the planet alone.>On rare occasions offers "Compensation" for any of the harsher "Tithes" in the form of various Knick knacks he found that will be gift to the planetary leader or even some eldar will be assigned to protect the ruler for a time.
>>82689574>Kabal of the Malicious Tradershttps://youtu.be/aSO9OFJNMBA?t=99
>>82688568Honestly I know we didn't get armored forces but i think they are a huge amount vehicles available to them with the enforcers getting the more shitty ones and the honor guard getting the best.
>>82688553>>82688434>In 534.M38, Brother captain Brahm of the blood angels was put in charge of creating a new chapter based on previsions of that convinced the high lords of Terra to do so, marking their founding as one of the latest of the 23rd founding. >The chapter mission was to guard the stranded system of Pruina-Modere in the eastern fringes of the Ultima segmentum and hunt for traitors and stop any potential expansions of the Tau Empire or ork waaghs >during the 9th black crusade a small strike fleet of the Sons of the Dragon is sent to partake in the Battle Group formed by the ultramarines>Chapter Master Brahm leads his brothers in many hunts for warbands separated from the main black legion fleet gaining renown for the chapter>611.M38 a relatively close-by system is attacked by a gigantic Waaagh, no imperial aid is sent and the Hell Ravens chapter is declared lost alongside their homeworld>during the same period teh Sons of the Dragon had their first enduring battle against a tau fleet, protecting the planet of Denkite from invasions and forming the first pact between the chapter and the planet's nobles>635-640.M38 the Sons of the Dragon begin the pursuit for the Hellsingers, an warband responsible for multiple raids, assassinations and plunders in the eastern fringes>640.M38 Chapter Master Brahm and his honour guard are ambushed and killed by a Hellsinger kill team lead by an unknown Daemon Prince during a large operation against the Hellsingers, the outcome of this skirmish is not clear to this day>The sons of the Dragon create a inner circle, with the mission of organizing and leading hunts of renegade chapters, specially the Hellsingers and other chaos or rebellious threats/uprisings>770-791.M38 a strike cruiser of the SoD's is secretly sent to partake in the Great Malagantine purge >920.M38 Chief Librarian Vrajitor Mags domesticate the first Terror Gheist while stranded in the northeastern plateu
>>82691253The earliest the tau were encountered by the imperium was m39 so maybe instead of them beings sent their to curve tau expansion they were sent there to stomp out Deldar raiders. Rescuing denkite nobles from them while also bring up that the nobles have shady dealings with Deldar. The tau come later and no more then colonial outpost defending a even smaller xenos empire from all the other powers.Also should we roll their home system?
>>82691253>>82691462Also the Deldar are also friendly with eldar corsairs so pirates are probably a big problem in this area of space. So along with the orks they have to worry about pirate raids.
>>82691462Rolling for their system could be messy since we’re saying Denkite and their world are in the same system.
>>82691253just to finish>925.M38 the Dragons send the 1st Scout-Gheist aided tactical marine unit to Crush peasant revolt around the capital city of Gelumors, proving the viability of the use of the smaller variations of these creatures as recons in fast strike tactics>the SoD's "specialize" in trying to send at least one strike cruiser to conflicts involving traitors fending off some xenos etc. until the 13th black crusade tore the galaxy apart>they help in the war for baal etc.>>82691462I'm pretty sure it was in m.35
>>82691529Well m35 is when the imperium found them as primitive cavemen. M39 when the imperium encountered them as a space fairing empire.
>>82691555>The chapter mission was to guard the stranded system of Pruina-Modere in the eastern fringes of the Ultima segmentum and hunt for traitors and stop any potential ork waagh expansions>100.M40 the Sons of the Dragon had their first enduring battle against a tau fleet, protecting the planet of Denkite from invasions and forming the first pact between the chapter and the planet's noblesYou are right the above fixes that
>>82689574>On rare occasions offers "Compensation" for any of the harsher "Tithes" in the form of various Knick knacks he found that will be gift to the planetary leaderHow stupid would you have to be to accept?
>>82691684Imperium rulership isn’t renown for their smart decision making
>>82691976I mean the whole sector might be on the verge of heresy so not that out there
>>82691182>>82688568They got mechanized infantry.
>>82691253>>82691462>>82691501Maybe the imperium didn’t even know what was going on over here, but the prognosticars send>send in the blood boysSo they did.
>>82692643The high lords noticed their taxes are getting transported slower in that forgotten region so sent in one space marine chapter to check it out.
>>82692688Hey! They sent a commissar and a vast naval assets as well!They believed them when they said some bad juju was going on here!The Sons of the Dragon where just the psychos for the job!
>>82689574>>82691684>>82691976>>82689963the DE know the nobles aren't suicidal enough to actually accept, so they give actually valuable gifts purely to troll
>>82694274the kabal are actually fairly trustworthy when they make a deal and that fucks with a lot of people
This sector/system seems like it heavily features void based battles.That’s fortunate for the robocop girls, since they might have mechanically implanted failsafes for space based combat in case their body and or armor gets breached.Maybe the black company of SoD have reverse cone helms bolted into their armor so they don’t space themselves.Cones of shame lol.I’m joking but their armor is probably kind of strange, and maybe modified.Something like a clash of MK VI & III.
Should we generate another system so we get a better idea what the entire sector/subsector looks like?
>>82694883I am done to roll for system features
>>82694883I don't think we rolled for their system yet and I'm down for it, but you have to remember that >the star is big >there's at least two habitable planets (Denkite and Gelumors)BTW In my opinion the warp rift where the Hellsingers live should not be in the Pruina-modere system but nearby.
Rolled 1, 1, 2 = 4 (3d10)>>82695023https://1d4chan.org/wiki/System_generatorrolling for system features
>>82680886Would it be out of character for the First Captain of the Sons of the Dragon to be a near-copy of Meyerlink in personality? Could this chapter have a copy of D as a rival/associate as well?
>>82670921Love this art.Also>trilateral maw>bladed hands, bulky body, pins down their preyMetal but also kind of lewd.
>>82680790>"I hate the Anathema" as a battle cry?
>>82695431Nice. There was just another roll thread with a schizo faction.They were a loyalist, sectors-spanning irregular militia though.
>>82695151>Bountiful: Choose 2>Add one extra Asteroid Belt/Cluster>Increase minerals available on asteroid belts/clusters by 1d10-5 rolls>Increase minerals available on planets by 1 roll>Each planet has a 40% chance to have extra 'Exotic Resources' available>Gravity Tides: Treacherous skies. Choose one:>Add 1d5 Gravity Riptides>Maintaining a stable orbit around the planets in this system requires a skilled pilot.>Interplanetary travel in this system is made at double speed, but is risky.
>>82695860A really bountiful system now wonder a sizeable naval fleet was dispatched to see what was going on
>>82695860Think increase minerals on planet and add asteroid belt.For gravity tides I say 1d5 riptides
>>82695860d10 for star properties
Rolled 3 (1d10)>>82696773
Happy sanguinala eve, brothers! For the blood of Sanguinius!
>>82696799>Vigorous: Steady white light. All zones normal.3d6 to see how many things are in tthe system
Merry Christmas!It’s been fun!
Rolled 4, 4, 3 = 11 (3d6)>>82697881
>>82701597>3 Inner Cauldron>3 main biosphere>2 Outer CadronSo PDF and astartes are probably in the main biosphere so that becomes only one roll.3d100 for what’s in the inner cauldron
Rolled 33, 80, 29 = 142 (3d100)>>82702906
>>82688568Nah, Honorguard vehicles should be retrofuturistic technicals.http://filmsketchr.blogspot.com/2014/01/see-car-original-robocop-almost-drove.htmlCivilian cars by imperium standards, which someone proceeded to modify with guns.
>>82703476> Dust Cloud>Radiation Bursts>Asteroid ClusterD100 for Mainbiosphere
Rolled 99, 54 = 153 (2d100)>>82704677
>>82703653well, it is far future Detroit: the planet.They need real imperial steel to support their mechanically enhanced frames though.Not some sissie 3rd world Toyota’s & their inferior suspension, number of cylinders, & towering abilities! How are you going to stuff 10-30 girls in those!Denkites Prime Cyber-Industries probably give them repurposed pleasure boats or rail-less magnetic trains for their mechanized purposes.They girls might drive enforcer/police trucks personally though.
>>82704748>Spaceship Graveyard: A number of dead ships, floating in the void. Roll on the Graveyard Origins table to determine how they got here, and add an Archeotech or Xenos Ruins Resource to the graveyard, split among D10+2 small caches spread across the dead fleet. Roll Abundance normally, but a roll which is lower than 3 per cache instead generates an Abundance of (3 per cache + D6 - D6), and a roll which is higher than 10 per cache generates an Abundance of (10 per cache + D6 - D6)Just needed one for main biosphere since PDF and Astartes homeworlds are in there. So I'll use the 59 for the starship graveyard's origins>Plundered Convoy: Plundered transports and cargo ships drift here, from an ancient shipping lane. D6+1 ships are here, all boardable but difficult to salvage and probably thoroughly picked-over.So d6 for how many ships are floating around here.
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>82704795Naval power seem to be king in this sector
>>82704770This original art or copied from somewhere else? Because if it is, we still need art of the Sons themselves.
>>82704883lol no sorry, it’s an MEC fan art from someone else.One anon did draw some art for them and this thread, reposted here >>82693291
>>82704770>They need real imperial steel to support their mechanically enhanced framesStick some gun turrets and the classic imperium aesthetics of gilding, skulls and aquilas everywhere.
>>82704869>5 shipsAlright 2d100 for outer cauldron
Rolled 40, 7 = 47 (2d100)>>82705162
>>82705175>Asteroid Cluster>No Featured6 for resources of the asteroid cluster
Rolled 3 (1d6)>>82705300Big mining system i would think. Probably another benefit of having a cyborg workforce
>>82705147I like it. I was thinking an old 50’s corvette inspired terrestrial pleasure boat.Void sealed maybe, if not fully operational in such locations. A truly all purpose vehicle!Of course, with all the trappings of the grim dark fat future.
>>82705320>3 mineral resourcesI believe that its for the system
>>82705147I like the idea that even their dedicated battle vehicles are blinged out for comfort and style. Even their apcs have a dedicated minifridge.
>>82704770You know that made it sound like local companies actually pitch products to honor guard directly
>>82706066To the nobles who fund the honorguard, the cyborg guardswomen themselves have no money and outfitting a regiment of them is a combination of prestige and of not wanting to get purged for failure to pay tithes.
Do you think they sound the honor guard to protected mining outpost all over the system?also I think the PDF that guard the dragons tombs should "Crypt brides"
>>82706632Nah, the miners would be admech and as such, maintain their own security force of skitarii. Which, to be completely honest, they'd probably prefer, considering the honorguard only exist in the first place due to creative manipulation of bureaucracy to justify paying the minimum to raise a guard regiment and avoid getting purged for failure to pay tithes and are equipped with junk the planetary nobility was done with themselves >>82705536.
Did we have a name for the Dragon's homeworld? I'm gonna try to make a summary post of what we rolled for that one last thread.
>>82707039They are no admech in the system so most of the mining is done by the locals and the odd enginseer .
>>82707313I mean there's a token presence on Denkite but definitely enough to control a mining operation.
>>82707180at the end of the first thread someone suggested a few names;>Pruina-Mordere>gelu-morsu>gelumorsulum>gelumors>gelumorsika
>>82707039It would probably be automated servitors doing the work, maybe taken from the SoD world.What was their admech presence like again?>>82708444I’ve seen it called Pruina-Mordere a couple times.
>>82707039>>82707313>>82707340>>82710303Anyone else liking the idea of giving the local mechanicus an Orange Transparent Chainsaw aesthetics?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0gohICCA9QSeriously, skitarii in this color scheme would look really cool.
>>82710303The only adepta presence the dragons have is a token Inquisition. Everything else was none
Thinking about how rich the system is now wonder the tau, Hellsingers, and deldar are trying to get it.
>>82707180Gelumors is the name of their planetDenkite is the name of the pleasure world Pruina-modere is the name of their systen
Merry Christmas thread!
>Gelumors>A feudal world that stuck in the steel age>The adepta presence is practically nonexistant.>They only have a token Inquisiton presence>the planet is small with a circumfrence of 18,000 km> It has an extreme axial tilt(46°+) causing Seasonal Variation: ± 80°C/176°F>A day on Gelumor is 34 hours>A year is 440 Terran days or 310 Gelumorian days>The planet has a single moon>Gelumor has standard gravity>The hydrosphere for Gelumor is moist >The atmosphere is bearable. It can be breathed normally for a short time, but carries a slight abnormality, will create an unfavourable taste in the mouth, and will prove fatal if breathed for too long.>Gelumore is temperature is Chilly Cold (-200°C to -101°C)>The terrain Gelumors is a mixture of active volcanoes, caves, plateaus and grasslands>Gelumorian government is ran by an oligarchy>The planet's main export is alcohol and drugs>The planet's enforcer size is medium and medium quality>The militia size is huge and medium quality >It's standing army size is huge and is medium/high quality>The mercenary force size is huge and medium quality
Rolled 3 (1d5)>>82695860>>82696351Rolling for riptides
So inquisitor Ted is mostly poking around denkite prime >>82680336 ?And the inquisitorial stroggified HALO MILF is on gelamors >>82658042 ?Or should it be the reverse?
>>82715477Inquisitor Ted is or was in Gelomurs considering that he was invited to Chapter Master Lugosi's cruiser
>>82716026looks neat, but Denkite is a desert world and the cold weather style is not very fitting In the other hand, Gelomurs is a frost world, but it's the aesthetic is eastern Europe feudal
>>82716431Somehow denkite's a cold(-100 to -41 c/ -148 to -42 F) desert but I think that's a case of contradictory rolls
>>82717052The Gobi desert reaches -40c at night, and it's on earth. Posit a planet that's further from the sun, or has particulate in the atmosphere blocking solar heat, or any DAoT muckery, and it seems perfectly fine.
Does Denkite even have an atmosphere to retain heat?
>>82717297Unclear? the atmosphere is poisonous, but maintains a decent amount of oceans/lakes/rivers. I'm not gonna lie I'm ignorant when it comes to how this would all work together.
>>82717438>maintains a decent amount of oceans/lakes/riversWhich might be something other than liquid water.
>>82717438>>82717684Quick! What’s a vampiric fluid other than blood!
>>82712463>>82717438So far the only two worlds are poisonous though lol.Idk how the feudal medieval feral worlders church Ben manage to survive it.Maybe they all live around particular geographies where the poisonous portions of the atmosphere are filtered.How many people live on the SoD world again?
>>82720192I don’t think population was ever rolled for them
>>82720192>>82721090Going back through the thread a roll was made for it but got misinterpreted for government(Machine God). If we were to keep that then Astartes world would have a population of 1d10 hundred million
>>82716431>Denkite is a desert worldBedouin mechanicus?
>>82721391Damn, I forgot the world was so big lol.The population is definitely all living in some cave system or series of valleys protected from all the most poisonous aspects of the atmosphere.Or the opposite; they may all live atop the worlds tallest mountain ranges, in castle-keeps far above the clouds and the deadly toxic world below.Either way they all probably wear face mask like that of the Hellsingers, but soaked in therapeutic perfumes.Alternatively, they may wear beaky plague doctor masks evocative of the Sons of the Dragons Mark III armor(?), filled with the planets traditional wards against its poisonous air.Could be 50/50 along cultural lines within these various summit cathedrals populations, where they spend their lives hiding from and praying to the Sons of the Dragon & the worlds life strangling firmament from beyond which the man eating angels of death descend.
>>82722730Well it’s possible since the air is “technically” breathable, maybe the feudal population can go out on the surfaces longer than a normal person because they’ve adapted to the environment.
>>82722730I always thought that the ash clouds from the constantly active volcano is just everywhere. They mostly live in the grasslands that is the most breathable.
>>82722440Anyone else like the idea that they're ultra-orthodox and hate the rest of the system for their borderline tech-heresies like the Director making off-brand skitarii outside of their control (and optimizing their designs for something as decadently biological as sexiness), the Sons modifying their holy dreadnoughts with rotary grinders and hypodermics, etc.
>>82722908>>82722730>>82722810>The ash Clouds, as they are called by the people of gelumors, come from time to time when one of the thousand volcanic islands that exist in the planet erupt >sometimes a cover of toxic clouds will cover the planet for weeks or months>when this happens, the humans have to use a breathing kit to continue alive while the Astartes, the native fauna and flora are able to breath even when volcanic ash fills the atmosphere.
What’s life like for the average citizen on Denkite and Gelumors?
>>82725946>DenkiteTerry Gilliam's Brazil, but with servitorization as the default punishment for everything and nothing works properly because the cyberpunk Local Lords are all embezzling.>GelumorsActually not that bad insofar as those among the Sons of the Dragon who're still sane pride themselves as the Emperor's angels of death who don't want to harm their loyal subjects and try to keep all their brothers who've fallen to the Black Rage contained. So long as you're loyalist. You ARE loyalist, right?
>>82678323Do Black Raging blood angels even talk about anything other than Horus?
>>82728140Does murdering Horus count?
>>82726429>gelumors>a world wear the default atmosphere is sickening to the point of death in most places>population is still in the hundreds of millions>life is good (where it can exist)Crazy but I like it.>>82728140Mumblings about chaos in general, or his own sacrifice. Grumbling about [spoiler/]blud[spoiler/] That’s the cool thing about the black rage, and especially this chapter, it really is giving them visions straight from san-man. If they do master the study of it, they can learn prophecies only sanguinius himself knew, on top of his other personal thoughts and opinions on anything. Sanguinius may have been one of the most knowledgeable primarchs alongside guys like Magnus or Perty, especially in so far as the universes esoteric or other arcane knowings go. Only curze being more full of world shattering trivia.The information, if any, they can glean from their shared dreams would be astonishing, unfathomable to anyone else aside from a few other ancient figures.Also, what’s a good idea for a “lullaby” so to speak the Sanguinary-Priests and or Chaplains use to when they’re stowing all their brothers coffins back into their catacomb ships?>prayer about the emperors avenging of the primarchs and the total destruction of Horus?Can anyone think of other chants or prayer ideas for the SoD? Trying it think of some.Also does anyone think the idea of this guys dabbling deeper into gene-seed memory than standard marines fit? Like gestalt learnings of the gene seeds former possesses being specifically invoked in dreams?Maybe they don’t consider a geneseed ripe for passing on until it’s owner is Embraced to the black rage, only then can it be properly passed on.
>>82725946Denkite>an empty, near waterless world where the air is poisonous and cold enough to freeze to death in moments if exposed.>People probably run around like Bedouins, I’m thinking Desert Punk but where the characters can’t remove their heavy wrappings, survival suits, and gas masks at all without dying painfully in a matter of minutes.>but that’s okay because the planet is full of bubble domes full of the imperium of mans most rewarding pleasures, so as lo by as you don’t piss of all the bubbles sheiks, and are fine with nonexistent women/men’s suffrage, you’ll be ok>the planets been under martial law for centuries (millennia to those outside the sector, which may be do to warp-time fuckery) by the newly arrived imperial navy. They stay in space, and don’t effect the sheiks or pleasure planet much, other than demanding that they form a real PDF (which they promptly made from/into stroggified wings of their harems). These girls often get sent into orbit, conscripted for purposes unknown to the world below.>TLDR life is full of sugar, spice, and wide plethora’s of everything nice, up to and including a particular fetish for the admech (of the flesh is weak variety)>all one a naturally inhospitable world.
>>82728953>Crazy but I like it.The Sons care, or at least, they want to care. They WANT to be a bro-tier chapter, not Flesh Tearers 2.0, dracula edition, but they can't. Chaptermaster Lugosi is outright delusional in thinking they are, but nobody's gonna risk telling him otherwise for fear that he'll agree and stop.
>>82725946>>82729047Gelumors>massive planet, but it’s an ice ball, whose air is also deathly poisonous to any who breath it. Still hundreds of millions call it home, leaving in the planets deepest depths, buried beneath miles of naturally forming, atmospheric purifying layers of stone, living in these cave systems warm thermal heating atop beds of charcoal like substances. These humans are rebellious troglodytes, exiled bandits who bare the mark of the hellsingers influence.>away in the worlds furthest peaks, above the suffocating volcanic clouds which consume and smother all other wholesome life on the planet: reside the feudal kingdoms and their keeps.>atop each of these summits resides sprawling settlements, monastery cities who’s populations live lives of stoic aestheticism and romantic passions of chivalry in equal parts.>studying the many mysterious of their veiled, vile world; as well as the universe beyond.>performing consecrating rituals against the whispered hated ones below smoke and earth below and their damnable masters beyond the veil of reality, hiding in the darkest shadows cast by the stars above>they are a people throughly ruled by duel natures of the inhospitable world that simultaneously bares them at its zenith.>their every study and ritual keeps this in mind: including their reference for the monstrous angels which descend upon their world, slaying the greatest of its inhuman evils, while stealing the most promising young champions of every generation>silently on beasts of impossible size and might, they descend into the world.often unseen and unheard, leaving crying mothers of many a noble house, and planets most villainous foes in ruin.>they have fashioned a priesthood who wear headdresses similar to the helms of the silent angels of death & bloodshed. The most venerable of Masters of all the strange & frightful practices that must be mastered by the inhabitants of this perilous world if they are to survive
>>82729080The SoD have VERY little actual interaction with the planet. As far as the roles are concerned>They are a chapter of willful recluses.>Their rule of the planet is distantThese guys have probably had exactly 0 conversations with any mortal who ever lived on that planet.The first words ever spoken to some poor kid the steal off it is probably after they’ve already been shoved into an exsanguinator and turned into a scout marine prospect.That said, they are bro tier, they aren’t delusional to the fact they aren’t human any more, and that their practices are beyond the pale of even their own brothers, angels of death and sons of sanguinius.They are Sons of the Dragon.The darkest most destructive shadow cast beneath the wings of their primarch.They embrace the rage of his death throes, and his sorrowful sacrifice.Their own is their isolation.They are tools only for war.Their waking lives are nothing but war.Only in death are they free, and only in the little death of sleep do we see what they make of their freedom:The continued pursuit and cherishing of their primarchs final gifts to them, his gene flaws and twin curses.>The consumptive red thirst>they embrace of the black rageBoth Reminders of their primarchs continued love for them, and his undying care and charity for the lives of humanity: as well as his terrible wrath and hate for those that would molest or harm it.Their war is still for humanity, and all beneath their Primarchs wing.Found these cool entries in a blood angels rule book btw.VERY relevant to /our guys/.
>>82722908>>82724130I can’t remember, was volcanic rolled excessively for Gelumors terrain?I rolled with it because it’s an awesome explanation for why the planets a frozen toxic mess, but I did remember seeing it.
>>82732969it was in one of the terrain rolls, I had that idea based on this image and the text about it that was posted in the last thread
>>82734397> Utilised by the rich and powerful whose fear of death is sufficient to overcome their love of humanity, these augmetic rigs (known in Mechanicus lore as the Rite of Setesh) involve the living mummification of a dying body and its emplacement in an all-encompassing exoskeleton designed to keep an advanced aged or disease-ravaged body alive long past natural limits, trapping the body in what amounts to little more than a semi-mobile iron coffin devoid of human contact. The use of these augmetics is largely frowned upon even by the Mechanicus as skirting the edge of techno-heresy in form and function. In the Calixis Sector, only the isolated and independent Magos Biologis of the Hippocrasian Agglomeration are willing to fashion these implant systems, and only then for a price that would beggar a king.Common: This rite grants a character the Machine (4) trait (except this Trait does not affect his or her mind) and the Regeneration trait. Wounds and mental characteristics are unchanged.Drawbacks: The character reduces Weapon Skill, Ballistic Skill and Agility to half (round down). Life in one of these devices is nightmarish and painful. The character gains 2d10 Insanity Points. Also, the rotted biology contained within adds +5 to any Critical Effect inflicted against the character.This is probably considered the ULTIMATE haram act on planet snuggle nugget.For even sheiks of Denkite Prime this is too far!
I have made a DOC compilation of the stuff we posted, mostly in the last 3 threads because I was out for the holidays, feel free to add stuff and give feedback if you read it.Should also work as a basis for the 1d4chan page >>82670921https://www105.zippyshare.com/v/mAa2xxIn/file.html>>82729177>>82729112>>82729047>>82724130>>82734493These are neat Ideas
>>82734397>>82734493The Denkite Director has been entombed for as long as anyone can remember, their archeotech sarcophagus wired directly into the cogitator network of their palace, seeing through its surveillance cameras and speaking through its Public Address system. They're responsible for their world's popularity of pseudo-servitor concubines, unable to enjoy the pleasures of the flesh themselves, they just plug into a few honorguard and have teleoperated orgies.
>>82735411>questionably consensual psychic brain sex in tub.webm
>>82732969I don’t think we rolled terrain for denkite since it was supposed to be a desert world
>>82735941Does it really matter when everyone's living indoors in hive cities?
>>82735411All I can imagine is a iron lady suit with wheels and meltagun singing blasting 80's at all times of the day.
>>82735941Yeah agree with >>82736845 , it’s all just wastes.[spoilers] I was asking about gelumors though.
>>82736971My bad sorry that I can’t read.
>>82735411>>82736861The Director's a women?
>>82737299He can be whatever he wants to be.
>>82737299>>82737432Their debauchery knows no bounds
So do the Sons of the Dragon keep the Denkite Defense Force around as to maintain at least a partial connection to humanity?
>>82737658Officially yes, but there's also an element of secrecy, mindless cyborg puppets tell no tales of heretical blood rituals and uncontrolled Black Rage.
>>82737681If the Denkites are mindless, what is the point in keeping them around then?
>>82737718Well I like to think the tomb guardians are basically autonomous servitors. While the rest of the honor guard is their token human companions
>>82737658>>82737718They aren’t quite mindless. They are very hollowed and more machine than human physiologically as well as psychologically, but they are still living people with a bit of inherent unrulyness to them.What’s the word for human followers of marines again?Either way they double up as grave tenders to their ships while they sleep. Basically servitors + who can operate a diverse and complicated array of functions without a tech priest breathing down their actuators.Also what do you mean? People keep servitors around for all types of reasons.The pdf of Denkite Prime, the Honor Guard are just a necessity brought to them by conspiracy and fortuitous albeit to some degree prophesied circumstance.Them being robot brides of Dracula is just a lucky fluff bonus to their function as the SoD’s allies and subordinates.
>>82737299The directors most likely a man, since universal suffrage never took place; let alone women’s. The worlds workers and theirfore a large swathe of its women are counted as commodities alongside servitors, and aren’t even recorded on the planets population census.For tax/tithe avoidance reasons.
Should we roll up another system and see what else is in this sector ?
>>82738156Nah we good if nothing else i wouldn't mind rolling a third populated planet
>>82738185How many planets where in this system?
>>82678395>>82678445Rock Raiders are based, would make a good chapter colors scheme.
>>82737432>>82737948What if the Director isn't a person but a position? There've been many Directors, a hereditary noble family. Whenever a Director gets old enough to require setesh entombment, they join the catacomb with all the prior Directors, all of whom are wired together to serve as Advisors for the current living Director and enjoy a paradisaical virtual-reality afterlife.>>82571123>Exist to create and escape to a virtual paradise.>I'd run these guys as basically a human version of illithid elder brain scams. They think they can get an artificial afterlife, but the computer system just assimilates their personalities into its own groupmind when they die and pretends individuality when talking to its living dupes.
>>82738202we never really specified but like i said another inhabited world wouldn't hurt.
>>82738202We had two planets in the system. Inner cauldron was a bunch of radiation, main biosphere wqs Denkite,Gelumor and asteroid cluster and outer reaches was a starship graveyard
>>82738382>>I'd run these guys as basically a human version of illithid elder brain scams. They think they can get an artificial afterlife, but the computer system just assimilates their personalities into its own groupmind when they die and pretends individuality when talking to its living dupes.I feel like that’s some tech heresy
>>82738382>What if the Director isn't a person but a position?That makes way too much sense.>reads the restOk I’m with this guy now this is some supreme tech heresy >>82738632How are they getting away with this when an imperial fleet is anchored in their system and it’s commissar has made himself defacto ruler of the planet through martial law?That’s a cool idea for a hellsinger maybe.He could have been the previous “one and eternal” director that fled to the heretics when the navy came to the system 3k odd years ago.
>>82738767I like to think the director is head leader of all the nobles on the world and is the only position not restricted by gender because the government may have been founded by a woman
>>82738625I say we have roll for another one just to see what we get.
>>82738911Fair enough d100 for planet class
Rolled 77 (1d100)>>82739080
>>82739104> Frontier World: A newly discovered, newly settled, poorly-explored world that's a bit rough around the edges. Usually, inhabitants must fend for themselves while their sponsor world focuses on other matters.2d10+15 for their tech level
Rolled 4, 3 + 15 = 22 (2d10 + 15)>>82739240Looks like the pleasure nobles are trying to expand
>>82739263> Industrial: Has completely moved on from small farms and independent manufactories. Everything is mechanised and automated. The population mostly lives in large cities, and computers are starting to become common in all things. Solid projectile weapons are the norm for military forces, and advanced armour has started to appear for personnel and vehicles. At the very end of this stage, nuclear power and advanced computing systems can be found.5d5 for adepta presence
Rolled 2, 3, 4, 5, 2 = 16 (5d5)>>82739300
>>82739453>Adminstratum: None>Arbites: N/A>Astra Telepathica: None>Astranomica: N/A>Mechanicus: Token>Ministorum: Token>Inquisition: Noned100 for the size of the planet
>>82738767Does anyone know that the groupmind of former Directors is sentient as opposed to just a fancy form of advisor for the current one?>“Right up to the top of the world we went; so far north we started going south again. And there, half buried in the snows of a tiny, frozen island, we found a complex built by some forgotten culture that must have flourished in the days before the Nomad Empires. Inside the central pyramid sat a dozen dead men and women on stone thrones. Some had been crushed by roof falls or encased in ice, but there were a few who, when we entered their chamber, began to whisper to us in languages we couldn’t identify. They were Stalkers, of a sort, although they had no armor or weapons, and they’d clearly not been built to fight.”>“I think they were built to remember,” said Popjoy. He rummaged in a drawer for a set of Stalker’s eyes and started wiring them into his patient’s sockets. “I think that when great leaders of that culture died, their scientist-priests would take the body to the pyramid at the top of the world and stick a machine in their head, and there they’d sit, remembering. They’d remember all the things they’d done in life, and pass on those memories to their successors, and tell the stories of the times they lived in so they’d never be forgotten. Except they were forgotten, of course; their culture vanished from the earth, and the Nomad Empires that came after them picked up a crude version of the same technology and used it to build undead warriors like old Mr. Shrike.
Rolled 28 (1d100)>>82739493
>>82739523>Small4d10 for its circumference
Rolled 9, 3, 9, 1 = 22 (4d10)>>82739545
>>82739556>22,000 kmd100 for its axial tilt
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>82739593
>>82739720> Large (26-35°) Seasonal Variation: ± 40°C/104°FEquator living must suck here. d100-10 for length of the day
Rolled 98 + 10 (1d100 + 10)>>82739746
>>82739774> 8d10 hours
Rolled 6, 6, 6, 1, 7, 3, 7, 2 = 38 (8d10)>>82739789
>>82739887>38 hoursLong days for this planet. d100 for the length of the year
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>82739899
>>82739916>(10d10)x10 Terran daysOh boy lets see those d10s
Rolled 6, 4, 8, 7, 3, 5, 3, 4, 1, 6 = 47 (10d10)>>82739944
>>82739969>470 Terran Days>296~297 Local Daysd100 for how many satellites this planet has
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>82740054
Rolled 5 (1d5)>>82740079
>>82740087>5 Satellites Alright d100 for the planet’s gravity
Rolled 40 (1d100)>>82740170
>>82740293> Standard (0.8 to 1.2 G): Normal or easily adaptable. No modifiers.d100 for the atmosphere
Rolled 5 (1d100)>>82740525
>>82740538> Normal: Safe to breathed100 for the hydrosphere
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>82740877
>>82740966> Parched: This world Has some water but it is hard to locate and make use of. Perhaps all of the planet’s moisture is vapour in the air which must be farmed, or held in reservoirs deep underground and must be mined.1d100 for temperature
Rolled 42 (1d100)>>82740988
>>82741196> Average (-10°C to +30°C/14°F to 86°F): Humans are comfortable in normal clothing and need only the most basic of shelters to survive. Honestly just walk outside, chances are it'll be within this range.This wouldn’t be bad if wasn’t for the lack of water and the huge seasonal variation.d100 for how much terrain is on the planet
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>82741359
>>82741417>1Alright 1d100 to see what the entire planet looks like?
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>82741481
>>82741501> Broken Forest1d100-30 for population
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>82741515This really does sound like a work in progress planet
>>82741542>10d10Oh wow this place is barren…
Rolled 9, 7, 1, 4, 10, 5, 3, 3, 2, 7 = 51 (10d10)>>82741593New frontier colonies tend to do that. It's side project of denkite hell maybe some native tribes that live here a barely being discovered
>>82741609>Population 51d100 for their government type
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>82741672
>>82741703> Military Junta/Dictatorship: The world’s culture is either built around a military cause, or there have been events in its history which caused a great demand for military action and organisation. Either way, society is ruled by the military. Rather than noble or bureaucratic rank, Military rank is the position of highest political authority. Everything is arranged and run in a military fashion. The Imperial Guard (and/or the Imperial Navy) have major influence here.I’m getting Lord of the Flies vibes from this world. d12 for their main export
Rolled 3 (1d12)>>82741725A like to think that this is a cadian guardsman that became a hero to nobles of denkite so much so that he has been given a harem guards and his own planet
>>82741747> Minerals: Rocks from the ground that have value. Used in construction, technology, currency or decoration.Time to see if the planet has any defenses 7d100
Rolled 93, 84, 75, 76, 43, 51, 35 = 457 (7d100)>>82741781
>>82741819>None I guess that makes sense for being a planet of 50 people.
>Frontier Planet>Tech level is Industrial( Everything is mechanised and automated. The population mostly lives in large cities, and computers are starting to become common in all things. Solid projectile weapons are the norm for military forces, and advanced armour has started to appear for personnel and vehicles. At the very end of this stage, nuclear power and advanced computing systems can be found.5d5 for adepta presence)>Adeptus Mechanicus and Ministorum have a token presence on the planet>The planet is small and has a circumfrence of 22,000 km > The planet has a large axial tilt (26-35°) and a Seasonal Variation: ± 40°C/104°F>A day is 38 hours >A year is 470 Terran Days or 296 local days>The planet has 5 satellites orbiting it >The planet has normal gravity >The planet has a normal atmosphere>This world Has some water but it is hard to locate and make use of. Perhaps all of the planet’s moisture is vapour in the air which must be farmed, or held in reservoirs deep underground and must be mined.> Average (-10°C to +30°C/14°F to 86°F): Humans are comfortable in normal clothing and need only the most basic of shelters to survive. Honestly just walk outside, chances are it'll be within this range.>The terrain of the world is made up of broken forests>51 souls live on this world > Military Junta/Dictatorship: The world’s culture is either built around a military cause, or there have been events in its history which caused a great demand for military action and organisation. Either way, society is ruled by the military. Rather than noble or bureaucratic rank, Military rank is the position of highest political authority. Everything is arranged and run in a military fashion. The Imperial Guard (and/or the Imperial Navy) have major influence here>It's main export are minerals>The planet seems to lack any defenses
>>82742136What star is this planet by?Didn’t the Pruina-Modere system only have two worlds? Denkite Prime & Gelumors?
>>82742136Cadian sergeant leading his harem into founding a stable planet
>>82742181Anon suggested we rolled one more planet. I'm not opposed to saying this planet is in the sub-sector or sector.
>>82742210>Anon suggested we rolled one more planet.Oh ok>I'm not opposed to saying this planet is in the sub-sector or sector.You mean a different system in the same sub-sector, or???>>82742196I like the idea of the some wonton sheik from the nearby pleasure world being tasked with preparing the planet for colonizing or even just being stationed on it as an overseer for the systems harvesting of the worlds resources.The thing is he’s too busy boning his attaché of Honor Guard and servitors. >Doesn’t get shit done but live in his bungalow enjoying the fresh air of the only planet in system with breathable atmosphere.>>82739517Thanks for the pdf link.I like the idea of the Prime Directors of Denkite (prime) all being cybernetic-ly embalmed and turned into those genie machines on the pier for the next Prime Director. Maybe they’re turned into vestigial growths of shooting from the planets throne, collectively known as “Zoltan” lol.
>>82742331>You mean a different system in the same sub-sector, or???Yeah I meant different system in same sub-sector.
Really like the parallels between some of the practices of pleasure world and the Sons of the Dragon.They are about as opposites as can be but still make good partners with some surprising similarities.Not to mention the stroggified robocop girls, undisciplined and spirited beneath their cold and callous programming, being fun sidekicks to the Vampiric angel marines who are totally insane recluses.Very interesting contrasts.>also pic related: the newly appointed current Prime Director of Denkite Prime, interfacing with the revenant of his predecessor
>>82742331> ZoltanShut, meant Zoltar LOL.Still, I’m picturing the pleasure worlds clients going around like the guys from pic related now.
>>82742342Ah ok gotcha. Maybe it’s one of the systems full of xenos client races to the tau?Has anyone discussed them outside of them being collectively and simultaneously ravaged by the Eldar and SoD?>unrelated, but pic relayed, another former Prime Director from the world of Denkite Prime is approached by a hapless imperial Ultima-Segmentum navel NCO, taking leave from his position to visit the strange pleasure world and its quant yet troublingly mesmerizing fascinations.
>>82742498I don't think any of the xenos have been talked about really. Most details we have are the DEldar and how their Archon is surprisingly reasonable.
>>82742521>their Archon is surprisingly reasonableBy DE standards, which is to say, still a total asshole but entirely honest about said assholery.
>>82742530He doesn't do primitive things like "Raid" he makes "Transactions"
>>82742530>>82742543>one sided transactions
>>82742498I like the idea that this world and the tau colony world are competing in the same system competing with one another. While SoD are make sure the hellsingers don't come near the place
>>82742543>Good evening mon'keigh, your gift today is Raid Shadow Legends. We will pillage your world until you provide a sufficient enough supplies
>>82742572Don't forgot the local Deldar kabal is called the "Malcious traders"
Did we ever come up with a name for the DEldar Archon or the Tau commander?
>>82734493>sheiks of Denkite Prime>>82742376>>82742398>>82722440Denkite having a turkic/ottoman empire theme confirmed?
>>82742558>the Pruina-Mordere system, it’s sole civilized planet capable of fabricating warp drives being a debauched pleasure world of tech-molesters, that was, suffice it to say, otherwise preoccupied with such predilections and tithe evasion to properly manage or defend the sectors interests.>imperial fleet & sons of the dragon are sent to the sector once the prognosticars “prophecy” brings up the need to figure out what the fuck is actually going on over there>SoD hit a warp storm on the way there, are a thousand years late, arriving in the late M39>when the navy arrive on time, only other human colony set up by the denkites in neighboring systems is one (1) one-man expiation to a fully and easily habitable mining world.>he’s still living in hammocks and bungalows with his entourage of 50 Denkite Prime “pleasure servitors”.>only reason planet hasn’t fallen to the xenos of the system is the frequent and Devastating DEldar raids that plague the star (and the miners sent by Denkite prime/Pruina-Mordere as well).>well, guess it’s time to purge!>navy + the newly militarized and mobilized Denkite Honor Guard start razing worlds and withholding plunder from the Eldar raiders>slow going, but the SoD finally arrive & link up with their robobrides, start wrecking shit.all is lost xenos scum>then tau arrive in system, their warp rift having dissipated>they open dialogues with the other xenos of they system>flooded with requests for aid before they tau can even say “greater good”>they don’t believe their vessels, it can’t be as bad as they say.png>it is.webm >slapstick training montage of the tau being horrified by the imperials/deldar, while training & rearming the native xenos>colonies & coalition for the greater good secured, they stop the absolute hemorrhaging of xenos live in the sector, grinding its destruction to a momentary standstill>1000 years of the most horrific warfare imaginable sets inyes. YES!
>>82742848I do like the idea that the honor guard with the lone noble on the new colony world are genuinely loyal to the man and well actual fight for him happily. Which is why they didn't turn renegade when they first fought the tau and did and scarily good job of defending the colony,
>>82742739Nah I was just memeing. denkite is, at most, more like Laurence of Arabia or Justin Trudeau desu. They just have titles like that amongst the merchant class. The administrative class is called Directors, lead by a prime director. I was thinking something between far future space Detroit and desert punk for it’s aesthetics, all under pleasure domes >>82729047 One anon linked a mortal engines book, maybe they could mobile domes???The Hellsingers are the vampire hunting grimdark “ottomans”, but every picture I’ve seen posted alongside mention of them seems more like yharnem mixed with deep sea parasites/anglers.
>>82742891I like the idea of them being tight knit, but I think they survived thanks to him being so incompetent the elder let him live like a specimen in an aquarium or reserve. Maybe they don’t even he’s their since he’s kept his footprint gilighans island tier lol. Maybe it was on purpose.>brain dead pencil pushers of denkite prime tell you to set up outpost on world>it’s fucking smack in the middle of prime deldar raiding space>”fuck this, im just going to hide in the shade and bang my cute robot harem all day.The eldar just waited for the miners to come and robbed them as they left probably, they don’t care about space gilligan's island.The harsh eldar harassment of the sector kept it free of other xenos too.
>>82742848>ewly militarized and mobilized Denkite Honor Guard start razing worlds and withholding plunder from the Eldar raidersAre the Denkites a planetary defense force so they'd stick to defending their world
>>82742963Well a pdf is by nature a military arm of the governor and he can do whatever he wants with them. So if he wants them to go defend some colony world somewhere they will do so but that will be only funded by the governor not the imperuim.
>>82742932>Honor guard loyalty in their master is absolute and steadfast.>But they are no fools either and have chosen to hide away in the woods away from any potential dangers.>Have tamed a local discovered feral tribe and have tricked them into doing most of the work for them.>Gained knowledge of the deldar patrolling around thanks to them.>They gather resources for them while they prep like no tomorrow for any nasties.>While their masters is blissfully anywhere of the amount of shit they're in and is thinking everything is going well.
>>82743044The planets population was 51, anon.It’s either the colonist and natives or the colonist and his roboharem
>>82743308Its also poorly explored and newly seetled and i would think the pop their is the one accounted for.
>>82742932>brain dead pencil pushers of denkite prime tell you to set up outpost on world>it’s fucking smack in the middle of prime deldar raiding spaceThey're not dumb, they're planning on you getting captured. >>82689006This isn't a military deployment, it's a protection money payment.
>>82743578>spoilersDamn. Guess that guy is secretly competent. He’s been hiding from the deldar all this time!He turned their predator action-horror flick into a harem romcom!
>>82742530Archon leaving a Skype message saying they are going to intercept the incoming tau ship and to please not let the SoD know there is a ship coming to be intercepted thanksbye
>>82748399That's not dracula,that's Dimitri
Cemented Characters:>Denkite Primes Prime Director Theodore Nyuget: administrative head of the planet who keeps the mechanically animated mummified remains of his successors around for record keeping purposes. Subservient to the imperial navy commissar who’s fleet has taken anchor in his small pleasure worlds orbit.>ChapterMaster Lugosi: he’s the less the sane current chapter master of the SoD. (Maybe he’s already in the black company at this point?)>Founding chapter master of the SoD. Was a renowned blood angel captain. Founded the chapters gestalt dream-rituals & spirit journeys. Posthumously founded the chapter itself.Dubiously canon characters:>lord inquisitor of the Ordo Mallus Linda S. B. Corona: Student of the late lord inquisitor who oversaw the administrative duties involved in managing and creating the SoD chapter. No longer a neophyte, and more machine than human, she has deigned to journey to their current assigned sector incognito to check up on her favorite sleepy vampiric angel marines>Ordo Chronos Inquisitor Logan Theodore Venture: In search of most righteous allies in these and other perilous times, long has been sent on a mission to archive and deduct the many strange goings in Pruina-Mordere System. Has been stationed with the navy above Denkite Prime.Characters that need to be fleshed out:>Lord commissar (Dan?): current head of the vast imperial navy stationed in the sector, the entirety based in Pruina-Mordere’s star, anchored in its inner cauldron/Denkite prime>Tau Leader: the culture of the tau is heavily shaped by their large air caste, diverse client races, it’s drive & need to colonize the system, as well as its brutal battles against the Dark Eldar and Imperial forces of the region. As such they’ve become a force sneak thieves to counter these other similarly fast and sometimes uncharacteristically stealthy enemy forces in the sub-sector; utilizing a broad verity of battlesuits for these purposes, particularly stealth
>>82750678Characters that need to be fleshed out continued:Deldar pirate fleet captain. He taunts and demands his victims before raising them, enjoying the sport. Is known to gift victims that please him particularly, ensuring his future pillagings of them all the more rewarding.I’m not sure if we ever named the Deldar Pirates or the Tau.Can I get rundown on them?>Daemon prince who slew the SoD founder>characters of the Hellsingers chaos warbandForgetting a lot about them too.
>>82750724I like to imagine the hellsinger leader not even being opposed to the emperor per say just more hating the absolute state of imperial gear and how gaudy and awful it looks. He also always geos on about "Tactical superiority" in everything he does even if it is the goofiest of fucking shit.
>>82750990So Hellsinger has more of a problem with Mechanicus’ lack of innovation rather than the corrupt state of the Imperium
>>82751042Humanity as whole because even when he was with the emeprors children none of his "Brothers" understood him and his need to make thing "Tactical and practical" so he struck out on his own
>>82750724>Daemon prince who slew the SoD founderGo full skinwalker. Only acceptable option for chaos /k/ommandos.
>>82751083>all their mutant rabble are deer-gor
>>82751064Emperor children going through a phase screams that he wishes Corvus/Alpharius was his real dad to the wall because nobody fucking cares about him.
>>82751042>>82751064>>82751399>Emperor children going through a phase screams that he wishes FERRUS MANUS was his real dad to the wall because nobody fucking cares about him and he’s a big nerdLol. LMAO.
>>82752582>While he's brothers were indulging themselves in every new situation they can find. Kern the Warsmith was perfecting his weapons and armor for peak efficiency.>Every new modification he could find he would equip to give him a tactical edge so he can get closer to perfection he so seeks.>This outcasts him amongst the legion due to him not really participating in their activates and more scourging for new modifications he can add to his gear.>This comes to a head when he betrays his legion squad for a mere better scope for his bolter>He was then kicked from legion under threat of death so he and his followers depart for a place to achieve true tactical perfection they so seek.
>>82752582>The ghost of Manus haunts them to become loyal but they double down into more heresy
>>82752745>>82752582>Kern the Warsmith had done a reenactment of the weapon forging competition with a fellow smith from the Iron Hands, one of his dearest friends before the heresy>They had, of course, swapped weapons like their fathers had done so before them>After the heresy Kern had kept his friend's weapon as his greatest possession>At some point it gets damaged so he tries to repair it, but he can't stop thinking it's not as good as before>He spent all the time he could trying to repare and improve it any way he could, no matter how miniscule the change was, so it could be better than before>Millennia has passed since he began trying to perfect it, causing a Theseus's Ship kind of deal after replacing so many components>No matter how much he improves it he can never get ride of the nagging feeling that the current version is not as good as the original
>>82750678There is also chief librarian Dragos >A minor character that had an interaction with inquisitor Ted >>82680886>>82680336I think it's an interesting idea since we established early on that the SoD's chapter masters were usually close to a psyker or a psyker himself. Also Theodore must be a canon, it's a great idea.>the current situation of the Chapter Master of the Sons of The Dragon chapter master is unknown >they came back to Pruina-modere shortly after participating in the battle for baal>since that no contact was established with the Chapter>cooperation of every local space marine chapter is necessary to maintain order within the imperium nihilus >because of this Inquisitor Theodore Venture, alongside a small battle fleet, was sent to Pruina-Modere to examine the situation and try to solve the communication issue >Theodore after arriving in the Pruina-modere system, was welcomed by the mysterious angels to their chapter master's strike cruiser>>>82680336 happens>after that inquisitor Venture continues his business more carefully, slowly gaining the trust of Chief Librarian Dragos in a series of epic renegade hunting adventures>until he actually knows Master Lugosi, who is in the brink of the Black Rage, convincing him to be more open to the imperium at large with the promise that the chapter would be returned to full strength with the addition of primaris whiteshields when time is right >>82751083the Daemon who killed their progenitor is dead, he, or at least his memory, is kept "alive" through the alpha legion tier shenanigans that the Hellsingers do >>82751042They have a problem with the extensive levels of bullshit and rituals of the Imperium and the Mechanicus by proxy since their fall relates to how slow and petty the Imperium is
>>82753270>no, you don't understand. I NEED the leftmost screw of that thank so I can give my bolter a 0.0012% improved stability. No, another screw won't work IT HAS TO BE THAT ONE.
>>82752745>Hellsingers marine contingents are all gear queer LARPERSholy kek >>82753270maybe a few of them have actual skills at the Bolter smithing table though. They’re unfortunately all boomer first born though.>>82754093>There is also chief librarian Dragos I forgot about him! Yeah, the blood angels are a highly psychic legion full of potential as psykers.I think most of their characters would be Primaris level Psykers by the time they earn their senior positions of chaplain/sanguinary priest/ancient/chapter master. They need to be in order to control their over sized black company with their strange coffin set ups!>Also Theodore must be a canon, it's a great idea.Thanks! I like the idea of him being ordo chronos especially, a lot of weird warp shit going on here regarding time potentially; what with the tau, the imperial reinforcements to the sector, how time passes in the sector system by system, and even the black rage and Denkite Prime Director Cyber-Mummification.also bill and Ted memes. Maybe he has a servitors or cult assassin partner named bill and a senior chronos inquisitor who directs his missions (rufus), guiding him on his adventure through the warp rifts in time in order to make the sector most excellent. His cohort is known as the wyld stallions etc
>>82754549He IS supposed to look like Keanu Reeves in the Dracula movie so a sidekick named Bill shouldn't be too outlandish
>>82751083>>82751351Instead of standard CSM horned helmets, theirs have got antlers.
>>82751042Are most of the mortal hellsingers memebrrs former admech? I guess that explains why the system has ZERO admech presence lmao.They all fucked off after one too many requests for new schematics for pleasure prosthetics from Denkite Prime LOL.
>>82751042>>82755328Weren't the Hellsingers Emperor's Children successors? So we've already got the source of their initial fall to chaos. As to what turned them from /d/ to /k/, we still don't have that.That said, I do like the idea of the 'singers having lots of warpsmiths.
>>82755655I thought the Hellsingers were a chaos cult and not astartes
>>82755655>>82755730Yeah their a warband. I was just rolling with the idea so far that they had a marine chapter amongst them ALSO named “Hellsingers”
>>82755655They turned from /d/ to /k/ because their chapter master never really bought into the whole drugs and rockin n roll thing and preferred find the best parts for his gun his old best friend made. which then got him kicked out do to respect the past to much and no one but his followers liking him.
Threads Have Been Fun Lads.Thanks for rolling em with me!Really enjoyed seeing how these guys ended up!
>>82734591>https://www105.zippyshare.com/v/mAa2xxIn/file.htmlDownload link isn't working, could you please either save it as a PDF rather than DOC and upload it to the thread or make a 1d4chan page.
Does anyone have the CSM Painter image of the hellsinger marine?
>>82756528I have this saved.
>>82756528>>82757060Yeah, that's the logo, I'm talking about the CSM painter mockup someone had made and photoshopped NVGs and extra pouches onto.