Rolled 8 (1d10)>>82890060
>>82890262>Semi-Orthodox: Though holding true to most of the practices of Mars, this Forge has developed some traditions and taboos not held by Father Mars.
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>82890060
>>82890458We're old, dating back to the Great Crusade era.
Rolled 34 (1d100)>>82890636
>>82890887>we make heavy arms
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>82890991Rolling for product bonus
>>82891018We make miniaturized heavy arms.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTqxFIpc1j4Maybe we've got some living STC monkeys on staff for inspiration or something.
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>82891397
>>82891546We've borderline-heretical weirdos. Or simply inconveniently located so the martian orthodoxy doesn't know much about us and therefore thinks we're up to something.
Rolled 8 (1d10)>>82891776
>>82893011>Pride in themselves, fealty to Mars - Though ultimately loyal to Mars and the Imperium, the Forge World often pursues its own agenda so long as it does not conflict with those of its superiors. Looks like we're not heretical, just isolated >>82891776. It isn't our fault if we've diverged from orthodoxy, we just haven't been properly in contact.
>>82893011>Servitors - Ranging from the lobotomised shells of former criminals to vat-grown clones, these Servitors are upgraded to become living war engines before being remotely directed by the Magos Domini of the Forge. we only just servitors for are main armed forces. weither this for not wasting human lives or for pure ease of production is up to debate.How many gun servitor we have? roll d10
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>82893065Rolling again because I can.
>>82893065??? >>82893011 was for our Mechanicus Demeanor, our armed forces will be our next roll.
>>82893077We're undermanned. Either our isolation means nobody's attacked us in a while and we've grown decadent and weak from lack of need, or we're attacked frequently without reinforcements and taking heavy losses. Or I guess our world could just not be that hospitable and have a very low population in the first place.
So to recap:>We're absolutely ancient, dating back to the unguided colony ships launched by mars, cut off from the rest of humanity until the great crusade showed up and told us we were now subjects of the imperium.>We make heavy weapons. Tiny ones. Apparently we've got access to some good shit archotech to be able to do so.>We're isolated somehow. Surrounded by enemies, just inconveniently located, warp storm, etc. This has led us to highly diverge from standard martian orthodoxy, but we don't know that, it's a multi-generational game of telephone since we can't just ask what mars now considers heretical.>We use servitors to fight and we don't have that many of them, indicating that either we have no enemies or our enemies are powerful and killed most of our army.Apparently we're Admech Shangri La. Possibly we don't even realize we've got unique and highly valuable archotech guns, they were standard when our ancestors left mars and we don't know everyone else forgot 'em.
>>82893095Following the table on the OP, demeanor was rolled here>>82891546Letting someone else roll this time.
Rolled 95 (1d100)>>82893205lets see who they are friend with
>>82892490>>82893205>>82893243Imperial Chinese rather than Medieval European Monk aesthetics? Fits with the isolation from the rest of the galaxy. Maybe we give our servitor armies terracotta facemasks?
>>82893205I think there must be two different tables being referenced here, because by the one in OP we are>Semi-Orthodox>Founded after the Heresy ended>Make Heavy Weapons that use Microtech>Have a independent mentality>Our military consits of a small number of servitors.
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>82893270A Rogue Trader Dynasty.Enemy time.
Rolled 12 (1d100)>>82893295I think we found how we got a supplies despite being isolated
>>82893270>A Rogue Trader dynastyMakes sense, they're our only real contact with the rest of the imperium since they're the only one willing to go way off the beaten path or into a warpstorm to get to us. They're totally scamming us though, they never told us how valuable our archotech superguns actually are so they can cheaply pack their hold and sell 'em at a markup.
>>82893295>>82893311>>82893322Totally needs to be named the Macartney dynasty. Or Dutch, thought that might be too on the nose.
>>82893322>>82893355I like the idea that we are completely subservient to some no-name petty rogue trader because we just his biggest fans.
>>82893406We're his secret. The maps of our sector of the galaxy he submitted to the administratum show the course to our world as impassible, or our forge extinct for millennia or both. He's the only one who knows how to get to us and/or that we still exist.
>>82893311>>82893295>OrksThey like are gobbinz
>>82893295>>82893311Our enemies are orks. Maybe that's why the servitor are in such low numbers, we are in the middle of a Waaagh! path and have to hold back an endless green tide.
>>82893279Would fucking love that concept. I'm just imagning the singing of a tech priest in this version being more akin to that of Chinese than the church choir. I.e https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPQ4dCPGsSg
We have no force projection. Ground combat, arming every single one of our admittedly few servitors with ludicrously overpowered death rays that can flash-boil meganobs in their own rudimentary armor with one shot is very effective, but we've essentially lost all spaceflight capabilities beyond hitching a ride from our Rogue Trader friend. So we're stalemated, the greenskins get shot as soon as they land but we can't keep them from massing in space except for every few decades when our friend comes along and clears them out so his cargo carriers can land. Our manufactorums and population centers are probably underground to protect against orbital bombardment and the surface of our world a lifeless wasteland.
>>82893527>the surface of our world a lifeless wastelandNot in the standard "pollution is the sacred sacrament of industry" common to the mechanicus, but in the sense that it never had life in the first place. There wasn't even an atmosphere when we first got here and what exists now is solely toxic fumes from the smokestacks of our factories. And we wouldn't have it any other way, WE'VE replaced our lungs and skin so we don't care about breathing and explosive decompression and the greenskins are clumsy and blind in their crude spacesuits. Also easy to fight when any shot that punctures the suit suffocates its wearer.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIHSxLYzc6Q
Rolled 8 + 50 (1d10 + 50)>>82893527This talk about the techinology and how our world looks like is the perfect segway for this tablehttps://1d4chan.org/wiki/Planet_generatorRolling tech level to see if we only have basic bitch imperial tech, or if we still enough advanced tech to deploy in the battlefield.
>>82893584>>82893527The rogue trader views us as another step in building his own empire and this forgotten subsector.
>>82893664And we got plenty of advanced technology left, next is a 1d100 for star size, letting someone else do it.
>>82893279>>82893496Driving myself crazy trying to find art of this. This >>82893205 appears to be it. Any drawfags here?>>82893664>if we still enough advanced tech to deploy in the battlefieldWe've already been confirmed as having DAoT deathrays.
>>82893748>Posses DAoT deathrays.>Still spaceshiplets
>>82893748That post was wrong though, because the founding roll said we were after the heresy, not before the great crusade.However that tech roll confirms death rays.
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>82893687Fuck it, if nobody is going to do it I will
>>82893280>Our military consits of a small number of servitors.Imagine if this "small" number of servitors are literally a billion servitors. Imagine at some point they had even more.
>>82893778We're techpriests. Just because we know how to make one gadget is no indicator we know how to make others. Plus our rogue trader buddy likes keeping us dependent. Last time we tried to build a ship of our own, there was an unfortunate accident with the orbital docks reactor. Or with a bunch of orks.
>>82893800A giant fucking sun, wonderful.Should we skip the adepta presence tables to keep distant thing or just roll for it and risk having to come up with another reason for being independent?
>>82893800>Gianttheir sun is fucking huge.
>>82893855I say 1d10 for administerium and minostrium presence just so the rogue trader buddies within these places get a little bit of the pie
>>82893855We should stay isolated, it's our thing. Maybe there was a colony on another planet of the same star at one point but it got wiped out by the orks.
>>82893800>>82893855>>82893856This >>82893584 makes a lot more sense now.
>>82893877any colonization that happens is thanks to their benevolent rogue trader overlord. everyone give him thanks.
>>82893890He's been manipulating our politics all along while seeming friendly. He got all the dissidents who didn't like the status quo where he profits obscenely off his monopoly on our DAoT deathrays together and offered to help them colonize another planet so they could run things differently on their own forge, which was tragically wiped out by orks shortly after its establishment.
>>82893877>>82893890I swear to the Omnissiah, if we get around to rolling the Rogue Trader or the orks and they end up being allies, my sides will enter the warp.Maybe we should roll just a 1d4 for all of them, so it's a 75/25 chance for no presence or a token.
>>82893243Too much wasteful flesh. Very inefficient legs.
Little does our rogue trader buddy know how badly he fucked up, an Inquisitor is wondering about his secret hoard of archotech.https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Inquisitor_Creation_Tables
Rolled 48 (1d100)>>82893855Well, I'm going to roll for size for now, people seem to be split between some modified rolls or just skipping it.
>>82894015Average size, so comparable to Terra or Mars.Nezt up is Axial Tilt.
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>82894036it'll be fun despite being desolate its pretty normal
>>82893943>Rogue Trader or the orks and they end up being alliesThis is too funny not to make canon. They're his best customers for fancy DAoT dakkka.
>>82894041A notable tilt of 6 to 15 degrees, meaning a difference in 20 C or 68 F between seasons.Day length, simple 1d100 because average size has no mods.
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>82894137
>>82894137>20 C or 68 F between seasons.Motherfucker our sun is a massive fucking star that is gonna supernova nay fucking minute.
Rolled 5 (1d10)>>82894366>1d10 hours.Days are short here
>>82893527>>82893584This place must be a siege warfare nightmare for anyone who wasn't an ork (who'd enjoy that). Only ways to the enemy are mineshafts, many of which are played out and abandoned save for booby traps, smokestacks full of whatever pollution was still sufficiently deadly to kill a techpriest despite their prosthetic lungs and more booby traps/giant rotary fan blenders, and mine elevators which are full of murder-servitors, have no lighting or atmosphere as the augmented miners don't need them and tend to require passwords and/or direct noosphere brain interface connection to work and are booby-trapped to kill anyone who tries to use them without the password.Then infest the whole place with murder-servitors with archotech ray guns, make it so you've got to wear a spacesuit the whole time and a single puncture will kill you and to add insult to injury, the whole place is built to the scale of humans or at least human-derived servitors, not orks, so you don't fit.
Rolled 9 (1d10)>>82894664
>>82893279>>82893496>>82893748Imagine this, but the robes are red with white cogstooth trim rather than patterned with pictures of dragons and there are miscellaneous cybernetic implants.
>>82893279This but red and white clothing with underlying metal and flesh.
>What should our forgeworld be named?
>>82893243It would be literally impossible to tell this is asian inspired without the cat ears
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>82894742Only 9 hour days, doubt the techpriests care that much considering the forge world is underground.Rollin for Year Length
Rolled 4, 10, 8, 4, 2, 5, 8, 1, 5, 4 = 51 (10d10)>>82899034>64 - (10d10)x7 Terran daysOn the longer side of things, gonna roll again and let someone else continue
Rolled 9 (1d100)>>82899146357 day, we ended up close to Terra anyway.Thanks for continuing to roll the planet after I fell asleep.Rolling moons now.
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>82899425No moons. Maybe we did have one, but an eccentric Magos blew it up if a giant version of the death ray.Now we are getting to the good part, rolling for gravity.
>>82899443Normal ass Terran or Martian gravity, 0.8 to 1.2 G.Next up is atmosphere. To make up for how we already decided it's bad because of all the war, someone please roll a 1d30 instead of a 1d100 to see just how bad it is.
Rolled 2 (1d30)>>82899485Fine, I'll do it myself.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>82900167Just tainted, maybe our smokestack have some AoT scrubbers that reduce the polution, but not enough to make it survivable for more than around half an hour at max though.Next up is water.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>82900213Damp, so we are a swamp. Most likely a polluted swamp.Now for temperature, got to remember to add the axial tilt to it as well.
Rolled 24 (1d100)>>82900236Just average, meaning -10 C to 30°C or 14 F to 86 F. Adding the tilt it makes it -20 C to 40 C or 48 F to 120 F.Now for terrain. First fot to roll for how many different ones.
Rolled 55, 66 = 121 (2d100)>>829002712 different terrain types. But which ones?
>>82900281Flat Rock and Barren. Makes sence on how shit the atmosphere is that there is nearly no life. Also means that the water is just in oceans and lakes, or just as an insufferable moist air instead of swamps, shame.Now for population, we are going to need a 1d100+20.
Rolled 84 + 20 (1d100 + 20)>>82900320Well fuck it, I will do everything until this ends.
Rolled 2, 9 = 11 (2d10)>>82902078Second largest category, let's see how much exactly.
>>8290209611 billion souls, so just how much Earth is going to have in a couple years.For a forgotten, polutated world, it is quite similar to old Terra.
Rolled 9, 7, 1, 6 = 23 (4d10)>>82902118Going to skip society and economy, we obiviously is Religious (Machine Cult) and export Weapons.So now for local forces, this is going to take a while.First enforcers, got to get those criminals to be servitorized.
Rolled 21, 75, 48, 6, 50, 35, 90, 8, 82, 49, 27, 32 = 523 (12d100)>>82902163Wait, I forgot to roll to see if ghey even have those forces to begin with
Rolled 9, 5 = 14 (2d10)>>82902183So yes to enforcers, no to militia, yes to standing army, yes to armored force, yes to titan, no to private armies, yes to naval forces, yes to orbital stations, yes to missilea silos in both orbit and ground, yes to defence lasers and no to mercs.So just the stantard results of a forge world.Enforcers size is huge, with poor quality.Next is army, skipping size because we know it's tiny, but how well armed is each servitor?
>>82902349Medium, so just normal servitors. Maybe we lost the better equiped to the Waaagh!, together with the better numbers. Or maybe the servitor are so shit overall that the death rays can't make up for it.
Rolled 29, 99, 25 = 153 (3d100)>>82902374Or maybe, this rolls for armored forces is where all the good servitors are.
Rolled 8, 5, 7 = 20 (3d10)>>82902406Shit, wrong dice
Rolled 82, 27, 71 = 180 (3d100)>>82902414High quality, so it's just that our heavy servitors that have the high tech, and the normal forces are just to hold the line against the green hordes.Now for titans, how much do the asian forge world like their giant robots?
Rolled 9, 9, 4, 8, 8, 1 = 39 (6d10)>>82902509I keep rolling 100s instead of 10s
Rolled 6, 1, 5, 7, 7, 3 = 29 (6d10)>>82902526Holy shit, a massive titan legion with a medium/high quality.I'm going to fluff that they are the survivors of this planet>>82902163Also I read it this enforcer roll wrong, they are poor/medium, not just poor.>>82893877Next up is the naval forces. Let's see how much the Rogue Trader has invested on us.
Rolled 5, 8, 8, 8, 3 = 32 (5d10)>>82902592A large navy with a medium/high quality, the Rogue Trader is truly generous.Now for the orbital stations, the crew has to rest somewhere.
Rolled 4, 2, 6, 3, 9, 6, 9, 4, 2, 2, 1 = 48 (11d10)>>82902633Also large with a medium/large quality. The sailor got some good R&R when they aren't blasting roks.Now for missiles
Rolled 1, 9, 10, 6, 8, 3 = 37 (6d10)>>82902668So the silos on ground are small number with medium/high quality, while the ones on the stations are of huge number with poor/medium quality.The rogue trader probably demanded that they had to reduce their anti-orbital defenses for him to lend his navy, so the forge world complied, but they got around it by making the one with higher quality be the ones they have direct control. Our Magos seem to not be that dumb.Now for our defence lasers.
>>82902759A huge number with medium/high quality.Our Forge World probably banned the giant death rays after that crazy Magos blew up the moon.We are done rolling the planet now, unless we try rolling a modified adepta presence.
>>82901456Thanks! Now do a terracotta skitarii.
We must have some absolutely magnificent underground cavern-cities. We dug out all the rock in search of ore, then build our forges to process it in the empty space.
>>82893279>>82893496>>82901456We use dragons as a symbol to represent the Omnissiah. None of us remember why, it's a tradition dating back to before our ancestors left Mars.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03Pz2B2eFmk
>>82899443>>82902759>>82902784It wasn't an accident or madness. The moon was the site of our failed colony >>82893877 >>82893933 and got infested with greenskins. Most of our goverment wanted to reclaim it, but this was likely impossible because it'd be exactly the reasons we're difficult to invade but befitting the orks, was full of ork spores we'd never be rid of and the orks were using the industries as a springboard toward invading us. So it got blown up.
>>82908524Specifically, the Magos had no actual authority to explode it and had been explicitly told not to explode it, but they realized we couldn't retake it and were under threat of invasion from it by a heavily equipped waaagh, and they had moon-exploding weapons available, so they blew it up anyway. Then lost, at a minimum, their position, more likely, their life.
>>82908524>>82908581We might've had more conventional forges and cities aboveground before this. Those that survived the original ork invasion were finished off by the impacts of continent-sized chunks of lunar rock.
Anyone want to roll up the orks who've been attacking us?https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Ork_Klan_Creation_Tables