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    594 KB thread 4: warriors of the eight tombs Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)21:15 No.15096947  
    Necrons based on ancient china, their lord is half tomb spider.

    Evetything set in stone is here, it can be changed if new fluff out awesomes it. http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Warriors_of_the_Eight_Tombs

    What we need: More about the awakening of the planet, more about the lords behavior, do the necrons of the 8 tombs have any other physical differences from generic necrons other than colour scheme?

    All feedback is appreciated.
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)21:25 No.15097050
    Lets say i wanted to make a 1000 pt list with these guys thats to gluff what is suggested?
    >> Anonymous 05/29/11(Sun)22:44 No.15097936
    spider crons are cute.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/29/11(Sun)23:24 No.15098378
    --- The following extract is taken from the barely comprehensible information provided by Gertlend’s private journal and the interpretations of events from his unknown ghost scribe in the early edition of Gertlend’s memoires.
    One can assume the record of events was given a slight polish for reader’s enjoyment and Gertlends own egotistical pleasure. Any self-respecting member of the Imperium will find the language used in the text bordering on the blasphemous. Whilst we can thank the Emperor this book will never see publication, it remains the only first-hand account of the discovery of the first tomb on Ti’Anxia. ---
    Arlmond Gertlend was awoken by the bitter taste of earth and blood. It wasn’t the first time he had experienced it, the last such instance involved a pissed off crew and enough alcohol that even the Emperor himself would wake up next to some hiveworld whore with questionable personal hygiene standards . This time it was different.
    Rolling to his side, Arlmond held his cracked ribs and let out a string of profanity that would likely cause an inquisitorial investigation if he was in the company of more honourable men. Thankfully he was not. The cloud of sand that filled the cave began to settle and Arlmond wiped away the blood and dust from his eyes with a torn cloth he found to his side. It was only after his vision returned he realised that the cloth he had used was worn by a miner just a few moments ago and still had some remnants from its previous owner attached.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/29/11(Sun)23:26 No.15098393

    He fought back the urge to vomit but failed. Then came the buzzing, his hearing was returning along with a headache that could kill a cave-worm or two . It didn’t matter. Arlmond’s eyes were drawn to something in the distance. Just past the fallen debris, past the team of men trying to pull out a man whose legs had become trapped under a very big rock. A fantastic green glow emitted from a symbol of unknown origin.
    “What in the Emperors name?” wheezed Arlmond, as he felt a warm stream of blood slowly sliver down the side of his face.
    Then he collapsed, the world around him fading into an ever deepening chasm of blackness and the taste of earth and blood still on his tongue.
    >> Technomancer 05/29/11(Sun)23:29 No.15098426
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    Xeno agrees.
    that is brutal. Long-winded, though, which some might not appreciate. But as a Lovecraft-fanboy, I approve.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/29/11(Sun)23:31 No.15098458
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    I love your art style so much, I just had to try it out.

    Here's Kaar.
    >> Technomancer 05/29/11(Sun)23:36 No.15098514
    I don't really have an art style of my own yet, but anyway.

    I like the multiple eyes. looks better than most of the concept arts on the wiki, if I may say so.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:02 No.15099803

    well, you copy someone's art style or something, and that art style is awesome, even if you don't feel you own it.

    also, bamping spider sino crons.

    also, does anyone have any color scheme references before i try the 1d4chan link?
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)02:31 No.15100039

    You bump, but dont contribute, why?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:39 No.15100101
    So, the question is: who awakens first?
    It could be one of subordinate Lords, who would then wake his comrades so that they could wake the Hand of Unity together.
    It could be Kaar himself, who then brings his army to full strength one tomb at time.

    P.S. I do believe 100000 for a tomb and 200000 for Kaar's personal needs are good numbers for their overall quantity.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)02:42 No.15100123

    My idea was that Arlmond Gertlend started a chain reaction, on the main tomb, where Kaar resides. When the Rising Sons came into the picture they faced the fully activated planet tomb world.

    How about you have a go at fleshing out a Gold Lord or two.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:43 No.15100128
    how many of the gold lords do we have so far?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:43 No.15100132
    hmm if these necrons are based off china....anyone else think a necron version of Lu Bu would be appropriate for this army?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:45 No.15100145
    they are not based off china, they are vaguely inspired by it.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)02:47 No.15100171

    You mean, fluffed out?


    Doesn't feel too Necronish, but be my guest and try it out.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:50 No.15100188
    yeah, sorry i should have said that since it's obvious there are 8 of them
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)02:53 No.15100224
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    Harbinger of Fall: The mighty Destroyer Lord of Tomb Three, roused from his slumber only when a great harvest approaches. Once, he was a Necrontyr nobleman, a wise sage and Kaal's teacher. Venerated by the entire world of the 8 Tombs, he was kept alive with rejuvenant drugs and therapy until he could finally be granted the gift of immortality through Living Metal. The Harbinger of Fall has devoted his entire memory base to military tactics and strategy . There is literally nothing that can surprise him on the battlefield, no stratagem he has not already analyzed and countered, short of human ingeniouity.

    The End of Discord was formerly a great hero of the Necrontyr race. A general and politician of renown, he led the people on the colony that became Tomb Four in daring attacks on the Old Ones and their client races, winning spectacular victories that gave the Necrontyr hope in a losing struggle. End of Discord was approached by Kaar and granted immortality, but he wished for all his subjects, from the highest statesman to the poorest wretch, to be given the same treatment. Thus, End of Discord's tomb is populated with endless rows of Warriors, each a Necrontyr believer in their leader's vision.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)02:54 No.15100239
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    Herald of Unmaking is the undisputed lord of Tomb Two, the largest besides the Central Complex wherein Kaar and his host reside. But the path of this particular Lord was a long and arduous one. Born sickly (even for Necrontyr standards) and of low status, Unmaking grew to become a scientist, drawn to stellar physics. His pioneering particle research formed the foundation for the discovery of the C'Tan. However, he was never credited for this discovery, something that only fueled his resentment. When he learned of the C'tan, the Lord decided on a course of action. He would convert himself into an energy form akin to the C'tan, becoming a Star God himself. Herald of Unmaking never managed to achieve his foolish dream, but his research into energy/matter conversion caught the eye of Lord Kaar, who took him in as a protege.In Necron form, Herald of Unmaking has mastered the art of molding and reshaping his Necrodermis body. Unlike most other Lords, he can take whatever form he desires, sometimes masquerading as a rank-and-file unit, other times appearing as a monstrous war machine.

    Id suggest we flesh out these lords with Individual personality and traits, lets say ones Egyptian in aspect, one Roman, one Numidian ... Sound good? It gives room for expansion that way.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)02:56 No.15100254
    >This thread
    Rule 0 of /tg/
    There is always something awesome going on in /tg/
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:01 No.15100291
    Prophet of Eternity would make a cool name for a lord that was an extreme visionary
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)03:04 No.15100317
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    Why don't you try your hand at it? :)

    I am currently writing up a full scale war / Inquisitorial meeting / speech related to our Crons here.

    I love the name btw.

    Pic is of a Necron "brawler" think Flayed one, faster, bulkier, sustainable to much more punishment.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:16 No.15100394
    The Merciful One
    Somewhat of a Pariah among his fellow Necron Lords, he takes uncharacteristic approach to hordes of Flayed Ones under his command. Instead of looking at them with disgust, he expresses pity and goes out of his way to ensure their need for flesh clothing is satisfied. He haven't suiccumbed to their madness, however - although many think it won't be long until he succumbs to is.
    In battle, he sows fear and confusion in the ranks of the enemy, breaking their gunlines and morale and then overrunning them with his Flayed ones.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:18 No.15100406
    ..just pariah. No capitalization
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:32 No.15100519
    The Pontific
    While being alive, Pontific was one of the most successfull engineers of the Necron race. Some of his designs went into foundation of Cairn Class Tombships and planetoid-sized constructs.
    His duties as a golden lord are direct continuation of his old ones, as he oversees maintenance of the fleet and (in his spare time) the orks of lesser mechanisms, like pylons or monoliths. He has somewhat of a dream to build planetships again.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:32 No.15100525

    .... white necrons it is.


    also, thinking of writing up a immortal based on Immortal Woman He, if nothing else for a gag that would be clear.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)03:42 No.15100602
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    Current color scheme is Black / Gold Trim for infantry . Silver / Gold for Lords and Elite stuff.


    Id like more expansion on these guys.

    Our Elite Wraiths (wraithlord?) , Right bulky hand has a claw thing, but picture the weapon as the Terminator liquid thing, it can merge into a Gauss rifle or Melee claw.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:53 No.15100646
    You know what if the monoliths could all link together to form a floating wall of death. A great wall of death in a way.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)03:53 No.15100648

    Funny but there'd be no need to do so, its tactically redundant.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:55 No.15100660
    I'll try to expand a bit.
    The Merciful One got his nickname while he was still alive for his research and efforts to treat cursed glesh and genome of Necrontyr and prolong their life for some, even small, amount. However, his tender love for his race turned into cold hatred of all others, who had so much more time given to them unjustly. Now, in his wraith body, he displays his hatred and medicine expertize in making flesh clothing for his Flayed one followers.

    Pontyfic rarely ever leaves his beloved shipyard/laboratiry, working on new designs and endlessly testing readiness of all systems on the docked ships. That's why he is only seen on the battlefield when Kaar himself leads his armies, for the will of the Hand of Unity is absolute.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:57 No.15100665
    Could be used to kill titans. I mean from what I know the necrons don't have much in terms of anti-titan.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:58 No.15100669
    I personally think those names could use more work

    they just don't carry any weight to me and sort of clash with the styled of the three already posted
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)03:58 No.15100671
    Monoliths and Pyloins are capable of destroying Titans just fine.
    >> Braith117 05/30/11(Mon)04:01 No.15100688
    Warriors used to be good at it too, then 5th edition came around
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:01 No.15100689
    That is true. But i can't think of better ones right now.
    Hopefully, someone will.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:05 No.15100712
    Prophet of Eternity was a visionary speaker, who uplifted the embittered spirits of her people. She spoke of a time when the Necrontyr would be freed of their from the curse the cosmos had stricken them with where pain and fear would melt away. Never once did she falter in her hope and her perseverance remained steadfast in spite of all odds that sought to crush her hope. With Kaar, she saw the dreams of which she spoke so passionately about realized, she and her followers gladly embraced the eternity he offered without hesitation, an eternity freed from suffering. Even now she seeks to bring this peace to all who would heed her words.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)04:07 No.15100727
    Keep up the good work people, I am nearing completion of the story.



    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:12 No.15100762
    The Pontiff of Sublimation

    The Adjudicator of Mercy
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:13 No.15100765
    How about Celestial Architect and Ha'sad the Merciful?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:14 No.15100776
    i think the others should all be refered to with their titles, only Kaar gets a name
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)04:14 No.15100778
    Whoo, Warriors of the Eight tombs!

    I was actually working on something fluff related for this, If I can just go and dig it up again.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:15 No.15100789
    >The Adjudicator of Mercy
    sounds great to me
    >The Pontiff of Sublimation
    I was going with 'pontyfic' as in 'bridge-builder', not 'pope'.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:19 No.15100807
    aaah, well... it's what immediately thought of when i saw it so you might want to go for something different

    architect or surveyor of sublimation might work
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:24 No.15100851
    her units need to be vocal and offer their peace to those whole oppose them

    if only they'd listen, then they too could be freed
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)04:30 No.15100898

    Drawfagging this.


    Welcome back, I await your story.

    Also thread archived and refrenced at 1d4chan.


    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)04:41 No.15100998
    When we first heard of the defeat of the Emperors Angels of Death, the rumor mongers were shot. Who could possibly wipe out that many members of the glorious Adeptus Astartes, especially from the very middle of a normally peaceful sector. When we first heard of the Astropath-Transcendants in the area around Ti'Anxia, we became worried, what could possibly silence those who had basked in the Glorious Light of the Emperor? and then, when we First heard that we were to be sent to Ti'Anxia, we rejoiced. Accompanied by the hulking, power armored forms of Space Marines hungry for vengeance against their fallen Brothers. We were fools.

    We arrived at a planet that could have been undisturbed for millennia, if not for the mounds of corpses, Guardman and Astartes alike, left where they had fallen. Until the very ground began to rise and shining metal forms, cloaked in the rotting skin of the vanquished tore into our rank. Until the image of green lighting stripping the flesh from the captains face was Imprinted into my Mind forever.

    And yet, despite our losses, the Marines pressed forward. Extorting us onwards, towards the crest of the Hill where an imposing, gleaming metal form stood. arm outstretched as he mutely directed his shambling forces in their almost drunken dance of death. The screech of metal and the screams of men loud in my ears and we fought tooth and nail, Hellgun and Bolter up the shallow incline. Determined to cut the head off this foul, metallic invader. The Desiccator of the Emperors finest.
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)04:42 No.15101007

    We were so close, when the end came. The gigantic metal pyramids appearing with a cataclysmic boom and a wave of overpressure that staggered the few of us still surviving. The horrific bolts of green lighting spewing from the multi-barreled cannons of the blank faced skeletons marching up behind us.

    And the gleam in the cold, soulless eyes of the second gold plated figure, one that could almost have been mistaken as satisfaction of a well executed plan coming to fruition as the last pockets of resistance were mercilessly crushed.

    We were Fools. We paid the Ultimate Price.
    -Necron Pariah Kyl Sonder. Former Imperial Guard Sergeant.

    Looking back at this there's a ton I could improve. What I get for writing at 1AM in the morning.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)04:46 No.15101046

    Glorious nonetheless.

    Whats your take on the eight lords. id love to think Kaar travelled long and wide and found Lords from diffrent cultures.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)04:52 No.15101085
    I think it'd make perfect sense that they would have come from differing cultures
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)04:52 No.15101091

    I think the work on them so far is great. all the so far supplied Idea seem really fitting, as long as we keep the current Theme of Lords having preferred units.

    Also, Gah. read that over again, Need. To. Edit.

    MY personal favorite is the Lord that Prefers Monoliths, I believe he was the one that was obsessed with tactics and Strategy.

    The thought of multiple deepstriking Monoliths just provides a awesome mental image.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:10 No.15101227
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    After reading this I would like to see a Indian themed necron army.
    Imagen necron lords with multiple arms.
    Pic related
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)05:12 No.15101243

    We already got lots of multi-armed multi-legged necron goodness in the Warriors of the Eight Tombs here.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)05:12 No.15101249

    Our Necrons draw from many cultures ( see the Eight Lords)

    The Teracotta theme merely implied they would have been assembled in the main tomb as teractotta statues of the chinese.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:16 No.15101270
    is this going to get inventive with the units available?
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    I don't know I think india has potential, like just imagen flayed ones only with these creepy smiling faces.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)05:17 No.15101276

    Have you not seen my unit concepts?

    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:17 No.15101279
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)05:18 No.15101287

    Cool. But do they fight as Drunken Masters? (The Kung Fu artistry)

    I think not.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)05:21 No.15101316
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    dawww thanks mate.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:22 No.15101321
    >> X 05/30/11(Mon)05:26 No.15101344

    Well, that's fucking awesome
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:32 No.15101397
    so far we have

    The Harbinger of Fall
    The End of Discord
    The Herald of Unmaking
    The Prophet of Eternity
    The Architect of Sublimation
    The Adjudicator of Mercy

    we need two more (unless Kaar has Tomb 1 or something instead of simply on top of all of them), both of which should probably have been female prior to becoming necrons
    >> Technomancer 05/30/11(Mon)05:33 No.15101418
    Never liked that one. Been seeing it a lot, too weeaboo for my tastes.

    this one is cool, moar like this, plox.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:34 No.15101420
    Tomb Kings revival?
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)05:45 No.15101527
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    I thought about this, and the only way I could concieve it is, Tomb 1 and 2 , are adjoined, and at their very epicenter is / was Kaar Sarcophagus.


    Indeed it is a bit weaboo. I've been meaning to post this one actually.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:49 No.15101561
    Emissary of Ages (necrontyr historian?)

    Warden of Silence

    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)05:52 No.15101579

    Emissary of Ages sounds awesome.

    Im not so keen on the Warden.

    Could anyone help out with our 1d4chan page? some formatting and maybe more images added to the gallery?

    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)05:55 No.15101599
    yeah i was feeling find weak on that one too

    if i weren't ready to pass out i'd write out fluff

    if the thread is still around when i wake up i will
    >> Centuryeggs !!yvm0QrHZZJQ 05/30/11(Mon)06:03 No.15101646
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    Another take on the Dragon tomb stalker
    Anon thanks for the idea yesterday, i love you
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)06:07 No.15101670
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    On behalf of Kaar and Warriors of the Eight Tombs, we thank you for your contribution.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)06:17 No.15101732
    (Not the poster of this idea)
    But wouldn't it make sense for this "Emissary of the ages" to fuck around with time?
    Namely the chronometron and all that jizz.
    Perhaps making it his "thing" to slow down the opponents "time" and then march upon them (or even have some of the other lords attack).

    Onto the lord himself:
    Perhaps he should be a necron lord that haven't slept? At least 60 million years awake will make one's perception of time change abit me thinks.

    Just stating ideas here folks. Love all the work people have done on this tombworld so far.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)06:22 No.15101780

    Why dont you flesh that one out? You seem to have a very stable idea going :)

    He could have been a Necrontyr historian, now as a Necron lord, proficiently skilled in the use of a chronometron. His troops appearing a bit phased out of time.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)06:36 No.15101879
    Not quite sure how it would work honestly.
    If we assume that his primary method of warfare is through application of a powerful chronometron, then just how powerful are we talking?
    We could have him use such a powerful system that it would seem like he and his army is teleporting instead marching slowly.
    Or in other words, make this lord run on changing the opponents perception of time, so that it seems to them that the emissary and his army almost "teleports" from place to place.
    Though that might be a bit....overpowered.

    If we run on the idea that he used to be a historian as a necrontyr, then perhaps it would make sense for him to have travelled the galaxy during the many years the remaining necrons slept?
    Perhaps gathering and writing the history of the galaxy. Or perhaps he travelled the stars in search of ways to expand his knowlegde on time, granting him his formidable abilities today.

    Also, just had an idea. i might be getting ahead of myself here. If we run on the idea that he travelled during the great stasis, then when should he have come back?
    When the world awakened?
    or when the world came under siege?
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)06:39 No.15101901

    Good points. Id say just to keep the chrono powers to himself then.

    When the Archeologist uncovered our world he awakened tomb number 1 and 2, where Kaar and 2 Lords reside.( havent decided wich yet) Thus setting a chain reaction that lead to the planetwide activation.

    When the Rising Sons came onto the planet it was already fully active.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)06:43 No.15101927
    hmm. Then maybe he returned before the architect came? perhaps he had gained the knowlegde he had sought.
    Or should we drop the traveling idea in total? It's not really a necessity for his character.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)06:50 No.15101971

    Doesn't matter really , I don't see any negative outcome on the story.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)07:00 No.15102025
    Hmm. We'll leave the travelling thing up to debate(i have some ideas how it would work, but it might ruin the whole idea with this tombworld being in stasis and all, also the terracota thing).

    But in gameplay terms wouldn't it make sense just to have his chronometron give the same benefits as the normal one ALONG with some random bonuses?
    Bonuses such as increased movement speed, perhaps fleet, more attacks, may be even an invulnerable save or a regenerate.
    (Regenerate because he can speed up the autorepair function by local time manipulation?)
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)13:31 No.15103156

    oh, at least silver is kinda close to white, and stuff. writing up IWH reference, will need help with name
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)13:32 No.15103167

    Im waiting. A name for what?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)15:05 No.15103980
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)15:29 No.15104201

    A silver-white Necron lady stares into a black metal lotus.

    (name) was one of the leads for a Necrontyr project for immortality that did not use the C'tan and Necrodermis. The research of otherworldly plants, who did not change much with the passage of time, particularly on the time scale of the short lived Necrontyr race, consumed her life. Even when the C'tan offered Immortality for Service, she continued with her research, studies on that which channeled the stars' power for life like the C'tan, but did not need Necrodermis to do so. When the Enslavers forced the Old Ones and C'tan back and the Necrons started their slumber, she attempted to preserve her specimens with Necrodermis itself before going to the tomb. When she awoke, all of the plants were dead, except for one black space lotus that radiated power, a lotus that she keeps on her at all times to this day.

    plant motif for her forces?

    Dislike of SoB for using plant motif and not really doing anything with it?

    Need to have names plugged into back story.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)15:34 No.15104252

    Well mate the only female Necron we have available is The Prophet of Eternity.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)15:35 No.15104268

    Immortal Woman He based necron lead.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)15:38 No.15104321

    Kinda tempted to include "of thorns." in there
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)16:07 No.15104626

    What do you mean?


    Try it out. lets see what you come up with.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)16:46 No.15105039

    Doyen of Thorns?

    Luminary of Thorns?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)16:54 No.15105131
    Somebody went a writefagged that Akechi Mitsuhide (leader of the seven Rising Sons that defected to chaos) killed a small Rising Sons search party for Gertlend and stole one of their orbs. This awoke all of the tombs. How badly does this clash with that you guys have established?
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)16:55 No.15105144
    By "their orb" I meant a Necron orb.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)17:01 No.15105208
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    They took my orb?


    Uh, Its basically an account of what happened from an imperial point of view, The Rising Sons know the 7 traitors disturbed it.

    We the Necrons think the Rising Sons disturbed us.

    I dont know. I guess its based on point of view.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)17:12 No.15105286
    well, assuming that there are 8 gold level lords and we only have 7 so far, there's room for another female lord

    i like Doyen of Thorns
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)17:15 No.15105322

    The Harbinger of Fall

    The End of Discord

    The Herald of Unmaking

    The Prophet of Eternity

    The Architect of Sublimation

    The Adjudicator of Mercy

    The Emissary of Ages

    The Doyen of Thorns

    2 Female Necron and 6 Male Necron Lords.

    Gentlemen, We have established the 8 Golden Lords.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)17:30 No.15105509
    Well its about time this thread should phase out.

    We had a delicious run. Substantial progress. I am proud.

    Feel free to check out our page for the condensed gathered crunchy goodness. I am still updating it.

    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)17:30 No.15105511
    Cool story bro.
    What do we need fleshed out?
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)17:33 No.15105548

    2 Lords

    The Emissary of Ages (historian obsessed with time)

    The Doyen of Thorns ( I have no clue whatsoever. Female cron)

    And LOADS OF WRITEFAGGOTRY. Background stories. Involving any Lord, Kaar himself, random battles anything.
    >> Anonymous 05/30/11(Mon)17:36 No.15105586

    Fixxed the Doyen of Thorns for you. All we need now is stories and the last lord completed.
    >> The God-Emperor of Mankind 05/30/11(Mon)19:09 No.15106451

    Thanks. Time to phase out.

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