Since the Sisters of battle are making a huge comeback I have a question about them. Are they technically female space marines with the argumentation or not?
What's on your mind?
What is the chaos equivalent of custodes
This bugs me after playing through battlefleet gothic 2. Apparently nova cannon is supposed to be THE weapon of imperial fleet. But, according to bfg2, it barely scratches anything, just taking gellar field off and taking one piece of light cruisers armor off. And space stations only loose gellar field for like a second. And when used against gellar shieldless ship, light cruiser, LIGHT CRUISSERS, loose 3 and a half life points.
So im asking. Is nova cannon as weak as that, or i went braindead from the disability that is in game nova cannon, barely scratching a flying slaaneshi dildo?
This was Lolikaboss, the Turkish Turkey signing off.
My son's evil suns nobs plus one with banner
This whole mission is annoying. And i almost plucked all my feathers in anger just by looking at it. Hopefully ill finish it today, so i can move on with the rest of the game.
For the revolution!!
Just finished up a little side project, freshly printed and painted! Found the 3d model online and thought it would work great as a semi-wealthy Rogue Trader ship. Bit rough but I think it will serve as a wonderful little visual piece.
Today we reveal the fruits of about a month's worth of man-hours on upgrading the pages of all the First Founding Loyalist Space Marine Chapters. First Founding Part I will include the Ultramarines, the White Scars and the Dark Angels, each receiving their full update.
Every page has been reedited for spelling and grammar, for cellphone aesthetics and to add every bit of information available on that Chapter for the 8th Edition of the game, including a full upgrade of the history, Notable Campaigns, Order of Battle and personnel sections of the pages.
You will not find a more comprehensive look at these Chapters anywhere else on the Internet, and this project represents the continuation of the largest upgrade project ever undertaken on the Warhammer 40k Wiki for the entire Space Marine faction.
The Ultramarines, though often derided as Warhammer 40k's Mary Sues, are well-deserved of their exalted reputation. I, for one, find them to be one of my favorite Chapters and a pleasure to work on. They are the foundation upon which the Imperium's security rests, and their principles have essentially defined what it means to be a Space Marine Chapter for the majority of the Astartes in the Imperium.
Despite their once rigid adherence to the principles of the Codex Astartes, the return of their Primarch has forced them to confront the reality that Guilliman never wanted the Codex to be holy writ but a set of principles that could also be adapted to the circumstances of the moment. Improvisation is not a sin, but the foundation of all effective warfare. This lesson is beginning to reshape the entire Imperium as Guilliman seeks to restore his father's principles of reason and enlightenment to combat the superstition and ignorance that has come to rule too many human worlds. But it is now most embodied within the Ultramarines of the Era Indomitus.
Perhaps too much so. There have been rumbles in the Adeptus Terra that the Ultramarran faction within the Imperium's governing structure has grown too strong. They look to another faction, the Unforgiven Chapters of the Dark Angels, to provide some level of balance. But that is a story for another Daily Article!
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Now, come and enter the marble halls of Macragge, Hammerers. Press your fist to your chest and proclaim the ancient warcry, "Courage and honour!" These are the Ultramarines, and if the Emperor truly protects, then it is the scions of Guilliman who are the instruments of His will in this bleak age!
Abbadon thinks he isn't a servant of the Chaos Gods; most people think he will turn against them once he conquers the galaxy...
If that is so, turning the galaxy into a huge Warp Rift goes against his interests... not much left to conquer afterwards (I don't think even he thinks he could conquer Chaos...).
But his actions (with some help from the Ynnari) contributed greatly to the creation of the Great Rift, and people from GW gave hinted that killing the Emperor would have similar effects...
What is more, Abbadon didn't seem ready to take advantage of the Noctis Aeterna to attack Terra... he didn't join Khorne's assault...
That makes me think he was played by the Chaos Gods, who hid from him the consequences of his actions...
So I created a story for my chaos warriors that they were once proud astartes of the Imperium up to the opening of the great rift, they fought at CADIA, and upon the rift's opening were flung into Imperium Nihilus, eventually after fighting, the entire chapter, the Wardens, decided to fight fire with fire, and took up the powers of chaos to better combat the Traitor Astartes and defend the Imperium, naming themselves the Forsaken.
The problem I have now is which Chaos God to devote them to, I'm married to an elder player, so Slaanesh is out, and I don't like nurgle. So my choices are between Tzeentch and Khorne. The Forsaken are equally divided between close combat and ranged
Lord commander goose ,leader of the goose revolution
Hi all, after growing older I start questioning my lore knowledge...
Some questions that came up Id like to ask here:
Do Primarchs have black carapace or received it after they were discovered by the Emporer?
In Focus is the use of power armour. Normal Humans can use power armour, but space marines can use it more effectively because of the black carapace.
So Primarchs are/were not able to use the full potential of their power armour? Or lets say, could they have used it more efficiently if they would have received black carapace?
I personally would like to see a small group of one of the chapters of Chaos Knights (pick one) find Redemption and return to the service of the emperor. But still keep some of their chaos powers due to the theft of an artifact of one of the chaos gods. You could build a more powerful space knight contingent and still throw in some issues from both sides of the war.
What happens to Eldar exodites if they lose their world? Say an ork waaagh overpowers both the exodites and the craftworlders sent to help. Do they fight to the last Eldar or do they join the craftworlders?
Trying my hand at painting a Wraithlord for my friend. Gone through a few paint jobs to get to this point. It's been a nice change from painting my Astra Militarum. Still not done but figured it was post-worthy.