Honestly, interrogators in the Scarus Sector Inquisition might as well be wearing red shirts. Carthae swordswoman don't do so good either.
I plan to work on the Great Companies today and try to name the rest of the Wolf Lords and Compaine Command Squads.
oh God! Gregor are you out of your mind? You're playing male dominance games we a demon??? Haven't you ever read Faust?
Going by Magos, which I've also finished the answer is no. Nobody in 40k has ever heard of Faust. Pity.￼
This would be funny as hell. All I’m thinking is it’s a tech-priest and a Lord switch bodies. The admech dude is initially asking why, then being angry; as this is xenos, but then he realizes the big thonks. Purity seals, kicking, and incense make everything holy. So now there is this chad necron lord in tech-priest robes, just vibing out in tech heresy or just refurbishing, depending on your heresy spectrum. Then there’s the necron. I don’t know much about them, but I do know they want their bodies, and tech-priest bodies at least have a flesh. What else would happen? I don’t know either faction terribly well ,much less about the necron s.
Gregor isn't the only drama queen among inquisitors. Six acolytes chanting from arcane tomes? Seriously Osma? The Inquisition isn't big on due process is it? And Gregor, I think Glaw is right. You're slipping down that slope.
I'm currently reading my way through Eisenhorn. Wow! Dramatic much? Okay, be fair, he's an inquisitor in 40k, naturally his life stinks. But that addiction to black leather and long coats is very goth. And lines like 'If it does (kill him) it is time for Gregor Eisenhorn to die.' makes you want to roll your eyes. Possibly Bequin does.
Rank 1 • Human • Skitarius • Tier 2 Imperium • Adeptus Mechanicus • Skitarii • [Forge World]
Low Gothic • Cant Mechanicus
Common Lore: Adeptus Mechanicus and Collegia Titanicus
Forbidden Lore: Xenarite, Trinket: Coded data-slate of a significant Human bloodline showing possible mutation and xenos gene-grafting.
Background: Born on Droch Fhiul research station run by Forge World Mjorn, Simon was chosen to become one of the Skitarius. There he served at this highly classified station with radical Inquisitors and Xenarite Techpriests being recognized for his dedication. Often he would be sent on Heretek hunts or Archeotech/STC hunts. Simon got promoted to Ranger and has been further assigned to the Holy Ordos as a sign of favor to those h…
Journeyman Marfóir Lugh
- 1 Charater Stats
- 1.1 Stats:
- 1.2 Histories:
- 2 Background
Chapter: Bloodmoon Hunters
Chapter Demeanor: Hunter's Focus
Attack Pattern: Prey in Sight (NOVAMARINES ATTACK PATTERN: WEAK SPOT)
Solo Ability: Hunter's Camouflage (Raven Guard solo mode ability: master of the shadows)
Defensive Stance: Predator's Plan (BLOOD RAVENS DEFENSIVE STANCE: BATTLE KNOWLEDGE)
Chapter Trapping: Hunting Creature (Cyber-Owl)
Bolter Mastery:(Free Ability)
Guerrilla Training: (Cost: ___ xp)
PRICE OF VICTORY Cost: Free In the course of duty as a Space Marine, it is inevitable to be wounded often in battle. Small-arms ﬁre, shrapnel, and larger calibre weaponry all takes its toll, even on the superhuman frame of a Battle-Br…
Artificer Orithean Ains
Chapter of Origin: Bloodmoon Hunters
Role upon Induction: Artificer-Initiate of 1st Company
Deathwatch Specialism: Techmarine-based
- 1 Appearance:
- 2 Personality:
- 3 Stats
- 4 Traits and Talents
- 5 Weapons and Equipment
Ains is broad shouldered even for a Space Marine, made even worse by extensive augmetics. He is 2.7 metres tall, with green augmented eyes and very short length red hair. He always gives off an air of being either on the hunt or in thought from curiosity. His Left Arm is highly augmented with an exceptionally well crafted bionic of his own design.
Artificer Ains is a Marine living in the shadow of his Mentor the current greatest Forge Lord of the Bloodmoon Hunters, Forge Lord to the Chapter Master himself. Minister of the …
20 baseline and 100 point buy in, and 1000xp. Some Rules modification for a particular campaign as one of the few humans among a bunch of Astartes using Black Crusade.
Former Mjornian Adept Scairp Bróicéir
A manipulative information broker and Heretek from Mjorn. A former member of the Divisio Juris, he specialized in assassination and interrogation for Mjorn but he real talent was in crafting finer armors and weapons. A natural craftsman, he learned the needed skills of lying and soon grew to speak in various tongues of those he interrogated. He broke from the Mechanicus while assigned to Explorator fleet for the crimes of innovation in front of those Puritian fools of Mars. Scairp also once said that he was a Genator that experimented on …
A light and relatively simple form of body armour. Used as standard issue body armour, many layers of ablative and impact absorbent material go into making each suit, enough to deflect or negate most low-level attacks such as small arms, shrapnel, and proximity blasts. Cameleoline fabric is incorporated into the outermost layer of Ishtar Rangers' fatigues to enhance their ability to conceal themselves. Mjorn produces the necessary fabric and technologies to integrate the Cameleoline with general STC Flak Pattern Armors making the Ishtar Pattern somewhat unique for their regiments.
- Ishtar pattern flak armor make an in-game model count as one with a camo cloak- maybe a 5+ Cover Save, superior to what is achievable with a camo cloak alone, due…
What follows is a preliminary fan codex for the Xilikates. Sadly, it will be a while before I even have a chance to playtest, but if anyone is at all interested, feel free to try this out and let me know how it goes for you. Points probably need a substantial reworking, and I suspect that even a modestly competitive player could find some really broken stuff. But the general idea is that they should be very swingy, very dependent on the dice, with many of the stronger things having high toughness, and high damage, but relatively few wounds. Anyway, this is meant to be a faction that anyone can put together pretty easy and play games of 40k even if you don't have models yet, or to build a little army to play against your main army if you on…
so i'm attempting to write an article about a successor i came up with, they're a dark angels 2nd founding successor turned chaos undivided. so just wanted to ask if anyone knows of any good fallen books i could look at? Thanks!
16 FEB 2021 17:51; This blog post was created purely for unlocking an achievement.
I just thought I'd share my intentions for my segment of the wiki to anyone who stumbles onto this user page. Hi, I'm Cornish Moose! I've been Homebrewing in one form or another for close to 20 years. I still occasionally find word documents or note pads with decades old notes for some wacky AM regiment or somesuch which is pretty crazy.
When I first joined this wiki my goal was simply to upload my Nemean Lions and share them with people. shortly after doing so (and after I had fixed some of their many initial flaws) I began to realise that so much was left unsaid. What was their home like? The Sector it was located in? What other forces did the Sector hold? Significant worlds? What conflicts had taken place there? It became cle…
-Warhammer 40,000 Homebrew Wiki:How to Create a Homebrew Chaos Space Marine Warband
-Warhammer 40K Homebrew Wiki:Article Quality Policy
Okay, so I created a renegade space marine chapter called the War Lions. The problem is, they're created from traitor legion gene-seed, the world eaters' specifically, and that's generally a no-no on this wiki unless you have a compelling reason for it. So, the idea I had for the chapter was that they were created as some kind of experiment by the Mechanicus to see if making a chapter from traitor legion stock would work. Of course, they went with a low risk progenitor, one of the legions that was relatively normal before they fell to Chaos. The World Eaters, before they had the Butcher's Nails installed, were fairly brutish (which was how the Emperor designed them considering he wanted to create a legion of expert melee fighters), but othe…
Hello there, if you have come here, that means you have an interest in me. I thank you for that and I will tell you why I'm doing this. To advertise my articles, to ask you to join Fractured Imperium, and for me to get that shiny award. I like shiny things.
did you know that we have a collection of short stories? They can be found by writing: Category:Codex Literatus in the search bar of the wiki. We have a little under 20 stories as of now and they vary in length and topic. If you are a writer or an aspiring writer and you have a story to tell, feel free to add to our library. If you like to read, I also suggest you check out our community's stories.
I hope you enjoy,
Hello, Das2Eazy here. Thought I should write about how my chapter came to be. From it's birth in my sleep-deprived mind to where it is now, ~36K words of lore (O_O). I regret to inform you though, that this will be in parts as life is a pain.
Anyways, let's get started.
I'm not entirely too sure if anyone remembers this, but this chapter's roots began at the old WH40k Fanon wiki. It also was not called 'Lightning Wraiths' at the time. Rather, it went by the name 'Laughing Skull', a White Scar successor as well, but with a touch of Blood Angel. The Laughing Skull was a completely different chapter to it's successor. It had been a Codex-deviant chapter, that operated en masse with no reserve companies. Furthermore, as its name suggested, the L…
Hey guys. I'm looking for a battle to put in my favorite chaos character (and own creation) the Warfather.
He has no warband of his own as he's simply a crazed beast that can kill anything and survive the process (cute hun?) and can only truly fight under the command of an extraordinarily powerful sorcerer/apostle.
The enemy can be anyone, from IG regiment, chapter,SoB order. Heck, even other warbands or xenos can do the work as well.
Anyway. Contact me in my discord if you like the idea, read a little bit about him as well, and that's it. May the gods watch over your battles brothers.
Hey, I'm looking for a Sons of Russ Chapter, with which my Moonlight Stalkers could go on a Campaign with and later become good allies. Comment or dicord me if your interested.
Discord: Primaris Hive Tyrant#2533
Hey guys. Soon I'll be creating a military campaign involving several Imperial forces members, including astartes, krights, guards and more. Although I have some characters of my own, I'd like to "use" your, as to better integrate the community in a major project!
I don't want to say much about the campaign the avoid spoilers, but here goes some details: it will take part during the Indomitus Crusade and it will be a planetary siege battle between the Imperium and chaos. Here follows the list of everything I'd need:
- One Adeptus Custodes shield-captain clad in Aquilon-pattern terminator armor
- One Grey Knights grand master clad in Aegis-pattern terminator armor
- One Astartes captain clad in Indomitius-pattern terminator armor (any lineag…
Am I wrong or was yesterday (12 june 2020) still 2203 articel. Today (13 june 2020) only 2173. Were a a few articel deleted and why or am I wrong? Could me pleas this answer?
I'm looking for some other Chapters or enemies to write a joined story with. I have the Moonlight Stalkers and the Iron Drakes. Is someone open to write a story with those Chapters? Friend or fore, both is cool!
Hi, I was wondering if anyone here wanted to get involved in the
Fractured Imperium Community Project. Essentially it's set in an
Alternate Universe where the Emperor created 40 Primarchs and
Legions instead of 20, and the Horus Heresy never happened.
Instead, an event called the Fracturing split up the Galaxy with
Warp Storms for almost a millennium. After it ended, many Legions
decided to ally with other forces, realising the corruptness of the
Basically in this project you can create your own Primarch for your Legion, as well as choosing what Faction to ally them with. This means that you can have a Legion allied with Necrons or Tau if you want.
If this sounds interesting please check out the main page in the Community Projects…
He sat upon his Meditation Throne with the bearing of a king. The mind impulse unit wires connected to ports at the base of his skull and he closed his eyes. Within seconds, the world and its detectable presence faded away. He opened his eyes and awoke in the immaterium, shifting nebulae-like horrors with terrifying visages ebbing and flowing as a quartet of warships passed through. From where he perceived himself to be standing - no, more akin to floating - he could not make out anything more than one was built in the era of the Great Crusade and three were more modern Imperial craft. Chasing it perhaps. A cloud-like entity seemed to notice him, though seemingly with great difficulty as the holes that acted as surrogates for eyes narrowed…
Originally Posted by Ravager Zero on the Tau Online Forums
After a brief look at the MV WD Dwarf article, my read of it is
Noting that all of these work on a scale of 1-1000, with 1 being the best and 1000 being the worst. I think the scale slides evenly through the letters as well, so a B1 grade world is worth only a little less than an A 1000.
A class planets are vital worlds, essential to the imperium to keep that area/sub-sector etc. They cannot be lost unless something forces them to become useless/destroyed (Warp Storm, Chaos Cult, etc) Examples: Cadia, Terra, Macragge?
B class are hive worlds, forge worlds, or worlds of significant military or strategic importance, but not absolutely vital to the continuation of the imperium. Example…
I'm looking for names of Space Marine chapters based in Segmentum Pacificus for a novel. If you could help that would be great.
I have a little painter program set-up but I was wondering if other stuff exists like something to make my own chapter symbol or something similar. Looking forward to putting all my thoughts together and writing them down officially.
Great news everyone!
The Warhammer 40k Homebrew Wiki has recently achieved a new milestone with the creation of its 2,000th article (Thank you, Solar Falcons and the Camenox Crusade campaign article)! This means that we now have 2,000 high-quality articles have been added to this wiki since its inception in April 2018. Very well done! This is an extraordinary achievement achieved in just under two years. This is primarily due to the efforts of you - our outstanding contributors - and our staff members.
Thanks to everyone's hard work, creativity and outstanding dedication to the wiki in helping provide a quality and unparalleled experience for our readers, seldom found elsewhere within the 40k fandom.
This achievement deserves the utmost recog…
Army written about is currently facing the Space Marines Chapter "Star Crusaders" in a distant system.
This article introduces you to the "Invictus Dominae" a human enemy of the Imperium.
I will write more articles with the Star Crusaders discussing the various enemies they face on their long voyage, far away from the Imperium - - - - - Killing is easy, but killing the ones you love. It's no small task, especially as a kid.
The Invictus Dominae space shuttle smashes its way through the atmospheric electro storm. Lightning bolts pound shuttle shields as the stealth ship breaks orbit.
Ling Fei and her platoon of eight Death Company commandos, and twenty-four Stormtroopers shake violently on board the forty-seater rapid deployme…
This article is intended as a Hypothetical battle.
We know Guilliman ordered the creation of the Primaris, and the "majority" of Chapters were thankful for their resupply of Marines.
However, two principal situations are brewing in the shadows; some may call it old age, others would say it's intuition and eon's of combat experience. Marneus Calger is getting a little paranoid about the mass influx of "new" troops yet to be fully trusted. He is concerned that other Chapters Master's and Brothers are letting their guard down. Another reason is his role being pushed to the side lines, though he would deny jealousy, and state his loyalty without question, though its human nature.
The other main circumstance is that Calger was right in trusting h…
- 1 The Crimson Impalers Chapter
- 2 Chapter Relics
- 3 The Unique Priesthood of The Impalers
- 4 Impalers Unit
- 4.1 The Ten
- 4.1.1 The First Company “The Blood Spillers”
- 4.1.2 The Second Company “The One Hundred Swords”
- 4.1.3 The Third Company “Lupii De Aur”
- 4.1.4 The Fifth Company “Rhapthorne’s Claws”
- 4.1.5 The Sixth Company “Leii Urland”
- 4.1.6 The Seventh Company “The Kings of Death”
- 4.1.7 The Eight Company “The Blood Drakes”
- 4.1.8 The Ninth Company “Seekers of Hope”
- 4.1.9 The Tenth Company “The Lupi De Wallchilla”
- 4.2 The Order of the Dragon
- 4.3 The Order of the Blade
- 4.4 The Circle of Rebirth
- 4.5 The Circle of Shadows
- 4.1 The Ten Companies
- 5 The Chapter
- 5.1 The Rite of Midnight Clad
- 5.2 The Recolta De Lfie
- 5.3 The Rejecting
- 6 Wallchilla: The Impalers
- 6.1 Concer…
- 1 Things NOT to Do When
Creating a Homebrew Regiment
- 1.1 Do NOT claim your
Regiment fills a specialty that another Imperial Organization
- 1.1.1 Aeronautica Imperialis
- 1.1.2 Adeptus Astra Telepathica
- 1.1.3 Militarum Auxilla
- 1.1.4 Adeptus
- 184.108.40.206 Frateris Militia
- 1.1.5 Adeptus Mechanicus
- 1.1.6 Officio Assassinorum
- 1.2 Do NOT make combined arms Tactical Regiments
- 1.3 Do not have your regiments handle other organizations support
- 1.1 Do NOT claim your Regiment fills a specialty that another Imperial Organization does
Here are a few finally things you should NOT do when writing a Homebrew Astra Militarum Regiment:
Astra Militarum are foremost amongst the defenders of humanity, the most numerous of the Emperor of Mankind's warriors. They are human all, but The High Lords and other organizations have placed severe limitations on formations an…
I have finished it! it is here:
Thebladeofgold (talk) 00:25, November 12, 2019 (UTC)
Begin log… This will be a retelling of my sixth mission as an interrogator.
I was ordered by my mentor to investigate a tech priest suspected of experimenting with the warp, simple enough I thought. We followed the route his ship was expected to use, and by the emperor's grace, after weeks that felt like months of dull searching we found the ship simply drifting not answering our hails. Truth be told I did not like the look of this, my last encounter with a ghost ship was still a very fresh memory. We carefully boarded the ship. As soon as we stepped foot on the ship I got a strange feeling, as if I was being watched. However I simply brushed it off, thought I was being too paranoid because of the previous ghost ship I investigated. The en…
Hey guys, Thebladeofgold here, today I would like to share with you this:
I edited the B&C painter to make it more GIMP friendly.
Thebladeofgold (talk) 00:39, October 25, 2019 (UTC)
Due to an accident of history, the culture, language, and values of Neus Kandia stand opposite a vast chasm that separates them from the rest of Imperial society. As the opening chapters of Dan Abnett's Horus Rising show, even 5000 years of separation Sixty-Three Nineteen experienced can create a completely separate society
Since i'm moving to Leicester soon for university, it means my life is changing in that I now have access to a community of warhammer players in my universities gaming group, and local group at my games workshop. And a sudden change of a Games Workshop store within walking distance, so ive decided to begin my journey into tabletop 40k by collecting the 3rd "Hunter" Company of my Jade knives.
I figure it would be fun to document and share my experience with you all as i go about it over the next three years of my university experience.
So to begin with, lets take a look at the company composition:
Third brotherhood composition
Captain Zuolin- 1 Champion Shangjing- 2 Ancient Gaobei- 3 Apothecary Weishang- 4 chaplain- 5 librarian- 6 veteran…
Beautiful as this planet may be, life will of course never be possible here. But in terms of research, this planet has plenty of secrets and answers ready to be discovered. If nothing else, this planet at least makes for a gorgeous sight in the night skies of the planets around it. Extreme weather conditions and violent tectonic plate movement make this planet unsuitable for any life. Although extremely violent, this planet holds many resources which could be of the utmost importance.
I am working on my parts of a massive Collaboration
Because my god do I really need it.
Pretty much I have written all of my articles (Argent Leviathans, Ashen Apostles, Foetid Seraphim etc.) with little to no feedback, meaning I have no goddamn idea if people think my stuff is actually good or not and mistakes that could be fixed might still be in there. So pretty much what I'm saying is-
plz give feedback
(Totally didn't do this for the achievement)
Dear blog, why does this site hate me? I follow all the rules and guides but they never work I have even copied pasted some code from other pages But they never work And the how to create an Article Guide is garbage It didn't help me at all It made me want to die Well then I guess I made a weird poem Welp thank you for the achievement This has been a pro gamer move But still WHY DOES THIS SITE FUCKEN HATE ME AND ALWAYS ERROR IN SOME SORT OF WAY NO MATTER HOW CAREFUL I TRY
Everything's in the title. And if I'm writing it out, it's because I feel like I need a lifeline.
For the first time in my life, I'm having suicidal thoughts, and this wiki is definitively one of the thing I like the most. Putting roots here may help me. I think.
But it's possible that I won't even dare update any of my articles or sandboxes in a long time, and I just felt that I owed Algrim, Achilles and whoever else like my articles at least an explanation.
In any case, keeps the articlers flowings, Brothers and Sisters, because I love them !
Urthan (talk) 20:48, May 26, 2019 (UTC)
So, my fannon all centers around the Mandavi Sector. It's west of Ultramar and south of Charadon. It has four sub-sectors, all slightly changed versions of the surnames of professors I had and liked.
- My two main worlds, Heb and their Mechanicus Allies Erendan, are both in the Levan Sub-Sector.
- Saint Amyntikós comes from the Conditta Sub-Sector and most worlds there are important (if at all) because of him.
- The Hamdan Sub-Sector is largely unexplored, although I've mentioned it a couple of times, but there is definitely room to grow.
- Finally, the Mandavi Sub-Sector itself, mostly just the Mandavi System, features the Sector Capital of Mandavi Prime where the local Inquisition is headquartered, the Cardinal World of Kurtzberg (where I'll be devel…
I am currently working on some new minis , Heresy era Mortarion and Jenetia Krole:
i am going to reupload new pictures soon
a quick upload of a picture i took with my phone of my primarch mdels and jenetia krole
Working on constantine valdor
Great news...the Warhammer 40k Homebrew Wiki has recently achieved a new milestone with the creation of its 1,000th article (Thank you, Void Ravens and the War Without End campaign article)! This means that 1,000 high-quality articles have been added to this wiki since its inception in April 2018. Not too shabby! This is an extraordinary achievement that owes no small debt to the efforts of our outstanding contributors and our staff members.
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sorry for my absence, but things have somewhat leveled off in my life so i'm back now, hope i can be of help.
So, I have decide to pack out the oldest lore of my homebrew, from a time where I just got into homebrewing. This is an old and interesting tidbit that I wish to know if it could fit into the lore of the current Templarii Scientae(If I change some things about it to make it more in line with the modern lore).
Each system of the Imperium has its own dangers, but one of the most obscure ones are the crystal mines of Renascar, multiple, seemingly endless tunnels. Housing powerful, psychic conduiting crystals, they have become a stable of the Scienta Templarii in the use for a lot of arcane technology. Mining operations however are beyond tedious, requiring individual squads, due to the mines being very fragile and not allowing heavy machinery.…