No OP today. Going to just jump into things after this normal blah.Twitter: @ELHMk1Normal Run Time: Thursdays @ 8pm EST (GMT-5)Archive Link (includes sup/tg/ & moe links, art & references, and other info): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZlPV-W2T9xDEzsSxYq8OLHnB7CKfB0eUAQyH4vj2lU8/edit?usp=sharingIgnitrix’s Character Sheet (2nd tab):https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10H9COxlc2Qaqkx5DTaihQJHazhc-_KKIS-Aon-VxluA/edit?usp=sharingIf you’re a die-hard lover of canon, I suggest you turn away now. Like all things 40k, the gauntlet runs from “worshipping the printed word” to “over the top silliness.” Most of the time it’s somewhere in between. Others it swerves hard to one side and/or breaks this model entirely. You’ve been warned in advance.If you’re not at all familiar with something in canon or want more details on something, just ask!All rolls go against a specified characteristic in the style of Black Crusade. You’ll want to roll under the characteristic value in order to pass the check. The more degrees of success (every multiple of 10 counts as 1), the more awesome of a result. A 1 is a guaranteed success, and a 100 is a guaranteed failure. Best of three rolls when it’s called for, with a 1 or a 100 instantly taking precedence. If multiple characteristics are being rolled for, each 1d100 counts for its respective test. Any rolls prior to the call for one and those not linking said post will be ignored. Infamy-based rerolls are not available; however, you can tempt me with overly-convoluted explanations for a keikaku dōri moment. No promises though.I’d like to finish up her Sidequest here but we’ll see what happens. Worst case we’ll push into tomorrow.Excessive meta/whining/waifu’ing/etc goes to another thread. Blatant Samefaggotry and smutty requests will be ignored.You may find this 4chanX filter list useful: http://pastebin.com/QxMu8Rrr
>>37697566One of two possible things must have caused the rupture in the deck below you. Either you poured just a little too much power into blowing the Dea’cin’s mind or one of your acolyte’s explosives went off. Regardless of which it was the damage has been done. As you plummet through a thick column of ash, smoke, and fire a series of chain explosions rocks the boat around you. Had the fuel gone all up at once it’s likely you’d be fishing pieces of your acolytes out of the ocean. Right now you’re at least optimistic a couple of them got out at least.By the time you alight on a metal plate far below the main deck your personal illusion has all but shattered. Your wings are completely exposed, and your skin is beginning to take on its natural blue hue once more. You have to get out of here quickly before anyone sees you.“Mistress?” Oh good, Alia lived. She coughs several times over the microbead before croaking out, “Are you alright? I do not know if you can hear me but there are several Orks between you and I. May the Emperor guide my blade and bring me safely to you.”>  Say nothing and see if you can sort out your illusion’s problems before she gets here (WP)>  Tell her to evacuate and that you’ve made it out alright>  Order her to remain put. You’ll go to her.>  Write in
>>37845607>  Say nothing and see if you can sort out your illusion’s problems before she gets here (WP)
>>37845607> Say nothing and see if you can sort out your illusion’s problems before she gets here (WP)
>>37845607>  Tell her to evacuate and that you’ve made it out alright
>>37845607> Tell her to evacuate and that you’ve made it out alright>  Write inPut the illusion up anyway.
>>37845607>>  Say nothing and see if you can sort out your illusion’s problems before she gets here (WP)
 it is.1d100 vs 69Failing would be... interesting. As would rolling a 1.
Rolled 16 (1d100)>>37845886
Rolled 87 (1d100)>>37845886
Rolled 90 (1d100)>>37845886
>>37845902>>37845925>>37845934Yay you pass. Writing...
>>37845607>  Order her to remain put, you'll go to her.For now, let's just tuck our wings, and look blue in the face when we come up for air.Actually, according to JoJo, birds make for excellent swimmers underwater. Let's try using the force to see where our surviving acolytes are, repentias being low priority.
>>37845886Hey, can we turn into a squid? We could disguise ourselves as a squid, then grab up all the acolytes, crush the orks, then fling the acolytes away, transforming and flying up to/falling with them back near the boat.Can we abuse this transformation to create our own source of quills and ink?
>>37846051You're a Lady of Change. You could turn into a mirror image of Cinder or a bit of shrubbery if you really wanted to. But a magical flying rescue squid is probably a dead giveaway. They're Sisters, not Guardsmen. They'd figure it out.
>>37846105Um, we'll distract them by slapping them all hard in their faces with our many manos.
>>37845607You may be trying to corrupt Alia but it’s far too soon for her to see your true daemonic form. Plus you don’t know if any of the other Sisters might be trying to reach you. It’s best to play it safe and focus on fixing your illusion.It takes you a few tries to get the image under control and just the way you like it. Now you’re sporting appropriately torn clothing, fake bruises and burns, and a broken-yet-not arm. Combined it should be enough to sell the fact you survived the fall and that you’re indeed human. However, it does mean you won’t be able to swim as fast as you did lest your acolytes grow suspicious. A loud crash off to your right signals someone or something knocking a bit of debris aside. You casually swirl your hand and clear out some of the smoke, all while faking a cough of your own.“A-Alia?” you fake-groan. “Is that you?”“Confounded leg! Yes it’s me. Are you alright? You’re stuck behind a twisted bit of metal that I cannot lift. If only I had been more careful…”Hrm. So she’s hurt then. Honestly you’re surprised she only managed to get a wounded leg against multiple Orks on her own. That’s Sororitas discipline and training for you. >  Tell her to wait there. You’ll try to worm your way out.>  “Never mind me, what about the others?”>  Have her stand back and then clear a path to her with your mind (WP)>  Write in
>>37846334>  Tell her to wait there. You’ll try to worm your way out.>  “Never mind me, what about the others?”
>>37846334> “Never mind me, what about the others?”
>>37846334>  “Never mind me, what about the others?”
>>37846334> “Never mind me, what about the others?”>Mention you've survived far worse injuries and situations than this.
>>37846334>  Detach a foot and change it into a ship-wrecking KrakenIr should serve as a plausible explanation as to why the ship blew up.
>>37846334>  “Never mind me, what about the others?”>  Tell her to wait there. You’ll try to worm your way out.>>37846051I'm hoping that our Oashadus born SoB, Sanja gets squid or octopus tentacles as one of her Chaos mutations to reflect her marine heritage.
 it is.Writing...
>>37846543Mmm, I'm already envisioning her as a Flamer daemon. She can do it if she works hard enough at proving her worth.
>>37846513Soooo...Do Lords of Change get to fling JENOVA parts/Sinspawn from their body and have it fight their opponents?
>>37846793Nah, I think only Khorne and Hive Queens get to do that.
>>37846334After another fake cough you reply, “Never mind me. What about the others?”Alia doesn’t answer right away. Not verbally at least. Your daemonic hearing picks up a chainsword being revved over the din around around you. Seconds later the screech of metal on metal as the Repentia tears her way toward you adds to the cacophony. It’s several minutes before you here another loud clang and Alia finally steps into view. You’re no expert but you’re pretty sure her left femur shouldn’t be bent that way.She walks over to you, barely wincing as she does and as she bends down to help you up. “I am not sure, Mistress. I have tried to raise them, our boat, Deph, and even our vessel in the heavens. Nothing has worked.”You let her help you up as you contemplate that little bit of information. As far as you know the microbeads should be working. You heard Alia earlier, after all. Something must be blocking longer-range communication. The Oil Tanker violently shudders around you, breaking you from your momentary reverie. Turning to Alia, you rasp, “That’s not a good sign. But we can’t afford to speculate here and risk this rust bucket coming down on top of us. I’ll try sending out a retreat order and hope anyone who survived hears it.”As you key your microbead and bark a set of orders you notice that the line fills with static the moment you stop speaking. “Nothing,” you mutter. “If they heard it they’re not acknowledging it.”“May their souls be protected by the Emperor,” returns Alia as she signs the Aquila in the hazy air before her.“A little fatalist, don’t you think?”“I prefer to be a realist, Mistress.”“Fair enough…”>  Try to escape via conventional means (WS, Ag)>  Blow a hole in the hull for the two of you to escape out through (WP)>  Portal your way onto your own boat (WP)>  Write in
>>37846972>  Try to escape via conventional means (WS, Ag)
>>37846972>>  Blow a hole in the hull for the two of you to escape out through (WP)
>>37846972>>  Try to escape via conventional means (WS, Ag)
>>37846972> Try to escape via conventional means (WS, Ag)
>>37846972>  Blow a hole in the hull for the two of you to escape out through (WP)Either this works and makes her trust us more or it results in a hilarious set of perils of the warp.
>>37846972>  Blow a hole in the hull for the two of you to escape out through (WP)[psyker]"Lucky for us, I possess the ability to make my will a reality."[/psyker]
>>37846972Hey, can we pre-call a reroll so long as we don't roll a 100? We can look into the future and plan for that, right?
>>37846972>  Blow a hole in the hull for the two of you to escape out through (WP)
>>37847125That takes the fun out of rolling! Also if we roll dubs we'd never bother to use psyker powers
>>37847125Nope.While Ignitrix does possess the ability to stare at the threads of fate I purposefully gimp that whenever you all play as her. Otherwise it'd always go her way without any chance of failure. It's not entirely gone, hence my explanation in the OP about kekikau doris.
>>37847158Cinder gets rerolls without visions of the future though. That doesn't make sense in the setting of Warhammer 40000.
>>37847184Zealous Hatred/Fate Points/w/e you want to call it is a thing in the tabletop RPGs.Canon-wise it's as if the failure never happened.
>>37847184she gets a limited amount and there is a penalty for them, besides, with WP rolls the bigger issue is not failure but is Perils of the warp, which are unavoidable from rerolling as any dubs will cause it even if discarded.
>>37847170Okay,>  Tear our eyes out, they aren't doing us any favors.
>>37847184Cinders Rerolls are the result of Iggy's fate fiddling... Iggy fate fiddled herself into becoming a Lady of Change...
>>37847256Or did she?
>>37846972Psykers are what make 40k RPGs fun. Otherwise it's just plain old boring "HURR MY STRENGTH AND FAITH ALONE SHALL SAVE US."So >. And may we avoid doubles.
>>37847270she fate fiddled it with significant fate fiddlry from Tzeetch which we are aware of because he told us so. He also told us not to fuck with him with the fate fiddlry powers or else he would destroy us.
>>37847170Huh, so we can't do the one thing Lords of Change can all do most of the time? Can we at least get the ability to use it in a BURST of futurey goodness?
By a single vote  wins.1d100 vs 69Doubles are bad.100 is double bad.1 is interesting.>>37847317It's always an option, yes. I don't include it except rarely though because I know it'd be abused as shit.
Rolled 39 (1d100)>>37847334
Hey, speaking of plans, what should we do in the event of a worst case scenario?I vote that we put a bunch of faithful human's souls into a flamer, and then when Cinder enters our room to take our skull, we fire it upon her awestruck face with us a safe distance away thanks to portals.
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>37847334
Rolled 73 (1d100)>>37847334come on perils...
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>37847334Check em
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>37847334
>>37847352But why would Cinder come and take our skull?Even if Ignitrix has been behind EVERYTHING EVER I'm sure there's a good reason for it. We just haven't been told what it is yet.
>>37847341>>37847362>>37847367Cool you pass. And no random Bloodletters to boot!Writing...
>>37847384We can't have another blood god sitting on its skull throne and maintaining the status quo. She's our dearest friend, but she's got to go sometime.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b07sactDEKU
>>37847423That gag's getting old. Bring out some horrors next time, please!
>>37847444Or Nurglings. Hell, anything besides No-Horn. He's like a pinata of blood at this point. No-Challenge.
>>37847477By the dark gods, how fucking metal would it be if we summoned a screamer and surfed it away from the exploding ship with hot bondage babe in tow?
>>37847428I don't think you quite understand the dynamic. Bird Brain here is going to replace Tzeentch. Cinder might replace Khorne. Or so we think.>>37847444There are other minions of Khorne you know.
>>37847503Yeah, that's what we told her. However, we shall reign supreme in the end, and welcome the universe into a new era. Cinder can either fly with us, or have her skull sent into another time period.
>>37847537Like some sort of reverse Aku maneuver where she ends up in Warhammer Fantasy.
>>37847537and that was the story of why Khorne hates Tzeentch...
>>37847588But it doesn't explain why >she gives >her headpats every time they go play cards.
>>37847630Merely appraising what Tzeentch has put forth as a wager.
>>37846972You motion down at Alia’s mangled leg and at your own “broken” arm. “I don’t think we’ll be able to get out of here without a little help. You might want to stand back.”The Repentia stares at you confused for a moment. Then her eyes widen as she signs the Aquila once more and takes a few steps back. She grumbles something about the Emperor once more but you’re not really paying attention to her. Instead you’re focusing on channeling raw Warpfire from the Immaterium into the bulkhead before you.By placing your hand against the wall you unleash the harnessed power into it. Immediately a directed blast of cerulean and crimson fire tears through the metal as if it were nothing. Anything that is in the lance’s path is immediately vaporized as you begin to walk forward. In this fashion you create a tunnel to safety out of the Tanker’s hull. It’s only once that you reach fresh air outside that you let your concentration drop and your spell dissipate. “That… That was…” mutters Alia behind you. You turn to see her shaking, and for good reason. Now that you take a step back and look at the near-perfect cylinder you made it’s rather impressive. Not by daemon standards, you admit, but definitely by mortal ones.“Let’s get going,” you say as you thumb over your shoulder. “You can give me grief about risking our immortal souls later.”(cont)
>>37847824Alia merely nods and follows as you dive into the blue water below. Between her leg and your “arm” it’s difficult for the pair of you to swim away from the sinking scrap heap. Even once you get clear both of you rely on flotsam to stay afloat. Which there’s quite a lot of. Dead Orks, random bits of metal and wood, and half-destroyed watercraft fill the waters around the Tanker. Among the chaos several deffski’s are working to salvage Ork and materials alike. There’s no immediate sign of any of your acolytes, but your daemonic sight confirms that your own boat is where you left it.>  Swim for it and hope the Orks ignore you (Ag)>  Try your microbead again so your acolytes can pick you up (Int)>  Think with portals (WP)>  Write in
>>37847841>  Try your microbead again so your acolytes can pick you up (Int)
>>37847841>  Reach out with the damn force to locate the damn acolytes damnit.
>>37847841>>  Try your microbead again so your acolytes can pick you up (Int)
>>37847890I think the reason we're not abusing psychic stuff is because we're around a Repentia. If we fuck it up or rely on it too much we might give ourselves away. Remember members of the Imperium, even psychically inclined Inquisitors and Marines, don't just use the Warp because they can. Sure we can easily figure out that X acolyte is at Y but that's not what this decision is for. Either way there's entirely too much silliness from anons tonight. I don't know if it's trolling or just people ignorant of the setting in general. Sure we break canon here and there but generally we've played a pretty straight game.
>>37847988Repentias are dumb, though.
>>37848002Never underestimate anyone, and besides, have they looked dumb yet? not once
>>37848033But it they were smart, why would they be Repentias?
 it is.1d100 vs 68
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>37848059
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>37848059
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>37848059
>>37848066>>37848069>>37848080Cool you pass. Writing...
>>37848044religious indoctrination, being blamed for something that went wrong, feeling like something that went wrong was their fault, a small mistake they couldn't control. Stuff like that
>>37847988>Either way there's entirely too much silliness from anons tonight. I don't know if it's trolling or just people ignorant of the setting in general. Sure we break canon here and there but generally we've played a pretty straight game.Do you think he'll let us use one of our feathers as a needle and Alia's red thread of fate to stitch up her wounds?
>>37847841After trying to raise your acolytes and failing once more you remove the microbead from your ear and glare at it. As you do you realize that transmitter has been burnt out by a surge of psychic energy. It doesn’t take you long to figure out that it’s probably due to the WAAAGHH! field and whatever WeirdBoyz are nearby. It’s rather smart, especially for Orks, but annoying nonetheless.“Give me your microbead,” you say to Alia. “Damn Xenos didn’t think to burn out the bead entirely, just thought to prevent us calling for help.”She does as instructed between bobs in the water. Looking at hers you see it has the opposite problem: transmitter intact but no receiver. So maybe the Orks weren’t as smart as you thought. Using a little tech heresy (thankfully it seems Alia is ignorant of such) you manage to cobble together a working bead and raise your acolytes finally.“This is your favorite Interrogator speaking. Now that I have a working bead… mind coming to pick Alia and I up?”Ellyn is the first to reply. “Finally! We heard Alia yelling something earlier but aside from that nothing but garbled nonsense. Are you alright?”“Fine. Well, relatively. Come around and pick us up. We’ll try and get some distance away from the wreckage but be ready to gun it once we’re aboard.”“Right away, Miss.”With that you motion for Alia to begin paddling again. She does so without complaint, though you do notice she’s growing more pale by the moment. By the time your acolytes arrive and pull the pair of you out of the water she’s barely conscious. You let your cell handle the ensuing exchange of gunfire with the Orks and escape while you work on Alia below deck.> Roll Int (1d100 vs 68)
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>37848455
Rolled 22 (1d100)>>37848455It could still explode on us.
Rolled 38 (1d100)>>37848455
>>37848475>>37848487>>37848488You may not be a Doctor but you can generally figure out what's wrong with the Repentia. Truthfully the roll should have been against 34 but you'dve passed even then. Iggy is not trained in Medicae.Writing...
>>37848516Okay, she needs blood, and should still be very wet. We just need to manipulate the thickness of the water, and move it into her cardiovascular system.
>>37848585Wait, nevermind. We still have no idea just how pure the water next to wrecked oil tanker full of Orkz is. We need to shrink down and see if any xenos have infiltrated her blood vessels to take over the Repentia's body.
>>37848455You’re not a doctor by any means but it’s not too hard for you to figure out what’s wrong with the Repentia. A broken femur is one of the strongest bones in the human body. For it to snap and twist means a considerable force was applied. Not to mention it’s one of the worst pains imaginable. Or so you remember from your readings from your past life. Between that, shock, and blood loss you’re amazed that Alia managed to stay conscious as long as she did. She’s a strong mortal.Though that could change unless you do something. The boat came equipped with several Medicae kits but they don’t have enough to do more than stabilize Alia at best. Long term she’ll need emergency care and a long period of recovery. Assuming she doesn’t just have the leg replace with a cybernetic one, of course.Although…You glance at the ladder behind you that leads up above and bite your lip. You could always use a little energy from the Warp to mend her. But that carries the very real risk of your cell figuring out what you are if you’re not careful about it. This is what you get for “picking” acolytes without any medical training, you suppose. Fucking Orks ruining your plans. You’re going to hurl several of their worlds into black holes when this is all over.>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)>  Half-mend Alia (WP-15)>  Fully mend Alia (WP-30)
>>37848585>>37848671>mfw>>37848705>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)
>>37848705>  Half-mend Alia (WP-15)> Give her a vision of an angel granting her sanctuary.
>>37848705>>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)
>>37848705>  Half-mend Alia (WP-15)
>>37848585>>37848671What the fuck are you smoking.
>>37848705Supporting >>37848738This will either work great, or turn her into a shambling abomination because warp perils
>>37848705>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)We can get her to agree to her leg being mended by less conventional means as she sleeps...That way, it can be seen as a 'blessing'...
>>37848705>>37848738thisthis anon needs to head to work now, thanks for the thread ELH
>>37848895Wait, didn't she fall unconscious?
>>37848906Thanks for stopping by.>>37848916She did.
>>37848705>>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)We'll give her a miracle while she sleeps.
>>37848879>"I used to be a repentia like you, but then I OJOBHSOOFJDOJFJLDLFJLDJFASF"
Status report! How many acolytes are MIA?
>>37848936She's already asleep.
>>37848705>  Stick with the Medicae Kits (Int / 2)
>>37848705Gunna break the tie and go with  here like >>37848738 suggested. We run a risk of fucking up either way but this gives us both a chance of fixing her and furthering her corruption.
>>37849020>>37849022God damn it.>>37848980The nameless Repentia never made it back unless she's hiding in a cupboard.
>>37849052She shall be known as Harriet, the one who died.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>37849052Tie breaker!
>>37849022Vocalizing a seconding, for option number two.
>>37848705>Let's liberate her heart and mind.
Rolled 1 (1d2)>>37849079>>37849083...I'm rolling.
>>37849052>>37849079>>37849083roll for it Elh
>>37849079>>37849083Tzeentch dammit /tg/!
>>37849103 >>37849093 broke the tie before you rolled.
>>37849093>>37849103For the love of fucking god.You know what? Based on everything presented and Iggy herself I'm going with .1d100 vs 54
Rolled 51 (1d100)>>37849160
How about we do both bandages and mending? The mending won't be as obvious that way.
Rolled 55 (1d100)>>37849160
Rolled 15 (1d100)>>37849160
Rolled 19 (1d100)>>37849160I hope she doesn't have a bomb inside of her.
>>37849177Oh my god this is almost poetic!
>>37849124Or is it another tie?>>37849160Roll->>37849184NOT ROLLIN'!>>37849169This anon has a good idea.
Rolled 70, 100 = 170 (2d100)So you pass but...>>37849177Pic related.Which means now I have to roll on the chart. The second d100 doesn't come into play unless the first is above 75.
>>37849166>>37849177>>37849184Looks like plans included field medic training
>>37849219>70, 100Thank god 70<75
>>37849258You forget that ELH is running a 40k setting based on Khorne girls. no mercy for our bird butt
>>37849258I assume 100, 100 would be mass daemon incursion
>>37849188Anon, there's a second one
>>37849258So what does this mean?
>>37849219>100Quick, we gotta slip Alia into one of the safe warp containers!
>>37849318Either very good or very bad.
>>37849297Well it is one way to corrupt a planet, just not a very subtle one.
>>37849219...I need to take a moment for uninitiated and explain what ALMOST just happened. 100 on the Perils chart is:> Annihilation: The psyker is immediately and irrevocably destroyed, burned to nothing by the screaming fires of the Immaterium or dragged into the deepest maelstrom of the warp.In this case? Alia would have gone boop! and been erased from existence. Had you failed a WP-40 roll you'dve gone into the Warp with her. Tzeentch would have pulled you aside for a talk about how disappointed he is with you.Instead you just burn out every bit of technology on the boat and jam every weapon your acolytes have.
>>37849329Were a daemon so perils aren't as big a deal for us, but I assume the worst perils can potentially kill us.
>>37849341I was kind've hoping for a san loss role or a mutation roll, I'll settle with this though.
And that's why I voted for medkit.
>>37849341>Instead you just burn out every bit of technology on the boat and jam every weapon your acolytes have.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Doyh7gGeoo
>>37849341Right. It was clearly another attack by the weirdboys who jammed our communications. They must be preparing for an all out offensive. This is clearly a sign that we need to be an inquisitor and not just an interrogator now and assume direct control.
>>37849367 beat me to it (though the BC tables are slightly different)Anyways, off I go to write. You're gunna have very confused/angry/etc acolytes to deal with.
>>37849341>Instead you just burn out every bit of technology on the boat and jam every weapon your acolytes have.Don't worry, that's why we got a ship with sails.>Call forth the wind with our psyker and witches and sail towards harbor! It'll be some good exercise.
>>37849375I'll be honest, this is why I voted for psyker power.
>>37849398>"... I don't do machines very well. Sort of been a problem of mine ever since I was little.">Reminisce on how our curse saved our life from that prison.
>>37849341..........I'm gonna go get some new pants. Brb.Also, this: >>37849375
>>37849420Ha ha, fair enough. Half the fun is in things going wrong, I suppose.
>>37849472Not enough questgoers understand this. Hasn't been a big problem in this quest that I've noticed.
Well that couldve been worse right?
>>37849604flip the dice and it was a PK.
>>37849612And we would've been so grounded. Might've been bounced down to a fledgling phoenix.
>>37849641Iggy imouto when?
>>37848705You’ve only tried healing someone via the Warp once before. It didn’t turn out so well then, namely because you sent everyone in the immediate area soaring into the air. But you weren’t a greater daemon then. You have far greater control over the energies of the Immaterium and of yourself. Besides, if Acerea can do it, so can you.To that end you carefully channel and focus just enough power into Alia to set her femur and give her a dream of an angel-like saint granting her sanctuary. In fact, when you pull back, you’re ready to pat yourself on the back for a job well done. No random mutations, no acolytes suddenly screaming about daemons, all is well.Wait. Why isn’t the engine going anymore? And didn’t there used to be a source of light other than the midday sun outside?“Fuck,” you curse. Right on cue Corus pokes his head into the room.“Uh… Ma’am… was that you or the Orks?” he asks. “Was she really that bad off?”“Yes, yes she was. But now she’s stable.” You avoid the first question for now. Maybe he won’t notice.“Good… good… but the disturbance in the flow of the world, Ma’am?” Fuck he noticed. Plus now you’re starting to hear Sanja yelling at every Denounced Sister up above. “THIS IS WHY WE SHOULD PURGE MUTANTS LIKE YOU,” she screams. “NOW WE’RE SITTING DUCKS.”You should maybe go up and say something.>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)>  Admit that it was you>  Continue to ignore the problem and begin shouting orders to raise the mainsail and prepare for borders!>  Curl up into a ball and cry>  Write in
>>37849683Well, if we can open up a time portal, any time, I think?
>>37849691>>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)>  Continue to ignore the problem and begin shouting orders to raise the mainsail and prepare for borders!
>>37849696And risk a 0.15% chance of going pop?I like those odds.
>>37849691> Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)When in doubt... orks did it.
>>37849691> Continue to ignore the problem and begin shouting orders to raise the mainsail and prepare for borders!
>>37849691>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)> Cry on the inside
>>37849691>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)The Orks did it!
>>37849691>  Admit that it was you, you'll confess your slip-up and face punishment from Inquisitor Sofh herself when the mission's over. Set sail away from the... towards the... fuck, what were we doing again?
>>37849691>>  Continue to ignore the problem and begin shouting orders to raise the mainsail and prepare for borders!
>>37849691>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)>>37849726HOW BADLY DO YOU WANT IGGY IMOUTO ANON? YOUR RESOLVE IS WEAK!
>>37849691>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)Damn dirty orks!
>>37849691> I'm not gonna say it was orks... but it was orks. (fel)
>>37849691It doesn't matter who it was. Tell Sanya to stop behaving like a brat, stop pissing herself as if she were mere PDF and get up on her feet to cut up some orkz. I guess that's 
were going to get blammed aren't we?
Wait, if we say the Orks can disable our machines, would they be able to actually do it?
>>37849691>  Assure everyone that it was indeed Orks (Fel)The Xenos must be attempting to salvage their wreck... Damnable Orks. Had we our Basilisks ready...
>>37849785Don't worry, we have lookalikes onboard the SoR.
>>37849786only if they overhear it being said.
>>37849786If they heard us? Probably. It's all about how hard they believe.>>37849759Sytili-imouto is cuter.Begun, the daugtheru wars have
>>37849691ELH, ELH, ELH, guess what?Power armor is useless now.Sanja's going to have toTake it off
>>37849771So we're alpha bitching her out? My my, think cinder is rubbing off on us?
>>37849691Ask Sanja if she thinks that the emperor should have purged Malcador the Sigillite for being a murtant as well. Because we're pretty sure that's heresy.
>>37849824Pretty sure killing all mutants is heresy to 99% of the imperium, especially seeing you can't FTL travel without dying horribly unless you have at least two mutants onboard.
>>37849786EMPs aren't that hard to make.
>>37849819We're not going to gain their respect by making excuses, and they need to respect us to listen to our whispers. Plus, their power armour and most of their weapons are useless. They -can't- blam us.
>>37849816While you have a good point, is she even able to? I thought you needed help getting in and out of it.
>>37849816she COULD just be strong enough to move the power armour through sheer force of will?
>Remind Sanja of the tale of the psyker who cried Wolf>"Oh, it wasn't the Space Wolf that was going to eat me, it was the Lunar Wolf. But now that I've pissed off the Space Wolf, it's eating me."
>>37849691The Emperor himself is Psychic, so you're basically saying you're a heretic right? Girls take her into the cell please.
>>37849819No she isn't! And we're not tsun!>>37849879DON'T GIVE HIM IDEAS
Totally Orks, right?1d100 vs 50Don't worry too much. Unless you roll a 100 you can recover from failure.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>37849916nat 100
Sanja's bitchy reaction is a lot easier to relate to once you take into account that her power armor blew a fuse.
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>37849916rolling fun times
Rolled 18 (1d100)>>37849916
>>37849916>>37849928Iggy confirmed for silver tongued.
>>37849921>>37849924>>37849928Make sure to whisper, please!
>>37849916>>37849928Iggy's DOUBLE TZEENTCH!
>>37849946JUST AS PLANNED!
>>37849872Well, we could tell Corus to help her out, or we could lend her a hand ourselves.
>>37849946Don't forget that we're implying that not obeying this psyker unquestioningly is heresy.
>>37850016Why not just order one of the sisters to do it? We'd look like a fool if we attempted to remove it from her.
What do y'all think Iggy's voice sounds like?
>>37849691Shaking your head, you push past Corus and head up topside. There you find the rest of your acolytes crowded around Sanja, who’s stuck in broken power armor leaning against the ship’s wheel. She glares past her fellows at you and shouts, “I SWEAR IF IT WASN’T ORKS THAT DID THIS I’LL…”“Calm your tits,” you say calmly. “The Orks already used an EMP once today to break our microbeads. It doesn’t surprise me that they managed it again, albeit on a larger scale.” So measured is your reaction that the rest of your cell takes your cool demeanor in stride.“So you’ve experienced this sort of thing before, Ma’am?” asks Ellyn.You nod. “Back in ‘83. Orks had the Inquisitor and I pinned in a box canyon. They did something similar to just now and broke all our equipment. What they didn’t expect, though, was that we had two Force Swords a piece. But I digress…”By now everyone but Sanja’s bought your lie for that of sage wisdom. As for the trapped Sister, she’s still not thrilled about being stuck in her armor.“Well that’s great and all but I’m immobile here. So can SOMEONE help me get out of my armor?!” She throws several looks around at her Sisters before Ellyn sighs and steps forward. While she works on getting Sanja out you motion at the water over the stern.“We have two options now. One: we sit here and try to fix things. The Orks probably catch up to us and then bad things happen. Two: We hope Wor- Worian managed to install sails like the Inquisitor instructed and sail our way out. Less chance or Orks but still very likely.” You look around at you acolytes for effect more than anything else. “Which do you think I’m going to pick?”(cont)
>>37850249To your amusement, you don’t even have to say a word more before two of the Denounced Sisters and Corus begin shouting orders and pulling lines. Apparently they actually did some research and/or had prior experience with sailing because the ship’s moving within ten minutes. By then Sanja’s out of her armor and pouting in a relatively plain tunic that could double as a bathing suit as she resumes her duty steering. >  Deal with her later>  Deal with her now
>>37850260>>  Deal with her now
>>37850260>deal with her nowWild cards are bad for plotting.
>>37850260>  Deal with her now
>>37850260 Before it festers.
So next question then, how do you want to go about it?>  Pull rank>  Remind her of the Emprah, Navigators, and all the good things Psykers do before she goes off ranting about them again.>  Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.
>>37850384>>  Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.
>>37850384>Turn into a blue parrot, land on her shoulder, and mimic her "huff"s and "hmph"s and "get off of me, you blasted bird"s.>  Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.
>>37850384>  Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.
>>37850384>>  Remind her of the Emprah, Navigators, and all the good things Psykers do before she goes off ranting about them again.
>>37850384>Try to keep an open mind. You're not in a convent anymore.
>>37850384>  Remind her of the Emprah, Navigators, and all the good things Psykers do before she goes off ranting about them again.
>>37850384> Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.
>>37850384>>  Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking. Then straighten up, smile, and tell her that you're glad you had this talk.unless she takes notice. then 2
>>37850384> Remind her of the Emprah, Navigators, and all the good things Psykers do before she goes off ranting about them again.
But wait...If we stare at her...And she stares back...WHO'S DRIVING!?
>>37850384>  Remind her of the Emprah, Navigators, and all the good things Psykers do before she goes off ranting about them again.I'm sensing some hostility towards those... 'Gifted'. Do you not trust such Individuals? Do you not trust myself? Do you not trust the Navigators who allow us to travel throughout the Imperium? Do you doubt the Inquisition, of whom the more influential and powerful members do infact have Psyonic abilities? Perhaps you are distrustful of the Emprah himself??? Or perhaps I am misjudging the situation and you were merely venting your frustration at being held captive by your own armour... Hmmm?followed by;> Stare at her really hard for a solid minute without blinking.until she replies. then go from there...
I think  wins by a vote.Writing...
>>37850564So... You, You got a problem? Got a problem with Psykers, Hmmm?You wanna... wanna talk about it? Hmmm?
>>37850260In your experience Mortals are best put in line by mind games. Shows of strength only go so far and need regular repeatings. But a proper mind game? Once is all it takes. It’s something you’ll have to try and explain to Cinder again whenever you meet back up.Walking past the acolytes as they go about their various tasks you go straight up to the wheel. You stand on the side opposite of Sanja and stare directly into her eyes. You don’t blink, you don’t move, you don’t even speak. You become a constant in the universe. A constant that is pouring every ounce of hatred ever given to you and every other psyker into a single stare.At first Sanja just ignores you. She looks past you and continues as if nothing is wrong. But after thirty seconds she starts to crack. Suddenly she’s looking everywhere but in your general direction. Forty-five seconds in and she’s actually sweating. “What?! Is this about the Psyker comment?!” she demands. You don’t answer. By now she’s visibly shaking. Yet it’s not until a minute and nine seconds that she finally breaks down. “ALRIGHT I GET IT! JUST STOP STARING AT ME!”Instantly you brighten up as if nothing is wrong, smile on your face. “I’m glad we had this talk, Sanja. Now do try not to steer us into a reef, hm?”She vigorously nods as you turn back around. For now, that problem is handled.The next hour passes uneventfully. Your vessel’s speed is nowhere close to that under actual power but you’re making good time. If the wind picks up and the Orks leave you alone you might actually make Deph by midday tomorrow.That’s when a metal amalgamation surfaces off your port bow. The term “submarine” barely describes the cylindrical metal heap but there’s no other fitting word. Out of the “Red Orktobrah” spills half a dozen Kommandos wielding long blades and shootas.>  HARD TO STARBOARD YE LANDLUBBERS!>  HARD TO PORT!>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)>  Fuck this noise. Blow them out of the water (WP)>  Write in
>>37850789> HARD TO STARBOARD YE LANDLUBBERS!>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)
>>37850789>  HARD TO PORT!The Acolytes should have had time to unjam their weapons by now...Do we have any Primitive ranged type weapons? They should still work fine....
>>37850789>  HARD TO PORT!>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)
>>37850789As fun as warp shenanigans has been...> REPEL BOARDERS(ws)
>>37850789>  Fuck this noise. Blow them out of the water (WP)
>>37850853That depends on whether or not you define your stare as a weapon.
>>37850789>  Write inTake the Cinder Option. RAMMING SPEED! COMMENCE COUNTER-BOARDING ACTIONS!!!
>>37850789>>  HARD TO PORT!>>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)YAHARR
>>37850789>>37850789>>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)I think our girls need to get the need to kill out of their system.
>>37850872I think that's 
>>37850789>  HARD TO STARBOARD YE LANDLUBBERS!>  REPEL BOARDERS! (WS)AVAST!
I think some sort of combination of  and  wins out. Truthfully  was a WS roll too but >2000 chars. Plus this is the aggressive route!1d100 vs 50
Rolled 37 (1d100)>>37850970Which ship is Sheila on board?
Rolled 57 (1d100)>>37850970BLOOD FOR TZEENCH
Rolled 32 (1d100)>>37850970Nat 100!
>>37850979Good show man
>>37850975>>37850979>>37850981Your force sword finds its way into an Ork instead of an acolyte!Writing...>>37850975The Obscenity Engine. You have the Slayer of Raptor and the Faithful Inferno in orbit at the moment.
>>37851015>The Obscenity Engine. You have the Slayer of Raptor and the Faithful Inferno in orbit at the moment.Damnit, that means we can't combine to form a greater machine. Hey, we still have the On/Off Machine Spirit in our pocket, right? Let's install it to get the guns working.
>>37850789“TAKE UP ARMS,” you roar as you produce your own force sword while none of the acolytes are looking. “SANJA! GET US WITHIN BOARDING DISTANCE!”“AYE AYE MA’AM,” she answers eagerly. She swerves the boat hard to the left as the rest of the acolytes aim their weapons. During the hour’s reprieve they managed to unjam all but a single bolt pistol. Which, in comparison to the Orks, leaves you on a relatively even playing field.“HOLD… HOLD… FIRE!”On command your cell unleashes a broadside into the Orks. Most of the shots go wild but one bolt does manage to hit an Ork’s leg. It’s blown to pieces and sends the Xenos reeling into the ocean with a loud “AAAAGHHH YA GITS!” Naturally this prompts his fellows to return fire. Several holes are ripped into the main and mizzen sail, and one round pings off of Sanja’s rigid power armor that Corus is using for cover. Before either side can manage to get a good angle you enter boarding range. Every remaining Repentia, Ellyn, and you immediately leap across before the Orks decide to come to you. This has the benefit of giving each of you an Ork a piece to deal with. You make short work of yours, ducking under the oaf’s swing and using his poor footing and overextension against him to slice off his arms. Amusingly he does try to still kick at you, claiming “Et’s onlee a fleshy wound! Da Painboyz will fix me right up propah!” Until you punch him into the ocean, of course.You now have a moment to look around. The Sisters are hold their own but you hear the sound of something clambering up from down below. Across from you on your own boat you also see that several Kommandos have clambered out of the water and engaged those that remained over there. Fucking Orks. >  Time to go hunt for the Captain. Or is it Kaptain? (WS, Per)>  Remain on the Orktobrah’s deck and just kill the Orks as they come out (WS)>  Go back to your own ship to help out (Ag, WS)>  FUCKING ORKS (WP)>  Write in
>>37851238>  Time to go hunt for the Captain. Or is it Kaptain? (WS, Per)Y'arr!
>>37851238>  Battle Meditation for your subordinates (WP x 2)
>>37851238>  Time to go hunt for the Captain. Or is it Kaptain? (WS, Per)We need his hat.
>>37851238>  Time to go hunt for the Captain. Or is it Kaptain? (WS, Per)We Interrogator Ahab now.>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jF7E77jUzc
>>37851238>"FOR HE WHOSE DESIGNS I SERVE!">
>>37851238> Time to go hunt for the Captain. Or is it Kaptain? (WS, Per)Fancy hat ho!
>>37851238>  FUCKING ORKS (WP)
>>37851238>>37851238>  Go back to your own ship to help out (Ag, WS)Don't let them steal our boat!
>>37851297Addendum: can we challenge the Kaptain(?) to a duel? Everyone knows Orks are too fighty to refuse a duel.
>>37851297>Aquatic albino SquiggothWHITE SQUIGGHOLY GRAIL
>>37851354We don't know if they follow gork or mork yet.
>>37851354Yeah, but the Orks will still be fighty when it comes to our battle sisters.
2d100 vs 50 and 60 respectively.We're gunna bleed into tomorrow, aren't we?
>>37851405Perhaps, but them orks is gonna bleed right now
Rolled 37, 4 = 41 (2d100)>>37851405Krumpin'
Rolled 83, 50 = 133 (2d100)>>37851405
Rolled 19, 75 = 94 (2d100)>>37851405
Rolled 38, 23 = 61 (2d100)>>37851405Nat 100 GO
Rolled 65, 19 = 84 (2d100)>>37851405
>>37851431>4 time for a good ol' Krumpin Indeed
>>37851431>>37851432>>37851436Yeah you find the Kaptain.He is not what you expect.Writing...
>>37851389With Orks, if you cut off the head, they're just as likely to krump each other as the are to krump your lot.
>>37851465I don't know, what do we expect? Mekboy fused to the red Orktobrah
>>37851593I'm calling a demon.
>>37851593White Ork that pissed off a Squat?
>>37851593Three gretchen standing on each other's shoulders wearing a trenchcoat.
>>37851672Though, if we disregard the birthing process, could this be a cybork with half of its body a machine? Which half of his body is mechanical?
>>37851238From what you remember from Orks 101 the key to getting any number of Orks to stop fighting it to krump the biggest one and then yell really loud. You have no problem doing the latter but first you have to find the former. So you do the only natural thing and dive into the open hatch into the depths of the Orktobrah. Along the way down you pull a page out of Cinder’s book and become a whirlwind of death. No Kommando or Grot is spared your wraith, a trend continued until you finally find your way to the bridge.“Shoo, you’ve finally made it here…” The Kaptain, no Captain, turns around and smiles a big toothy grin. He’s dressed in a fine, well-pressed uniform, further enhanced by a well-kept beard and Commissar hat. You’re not sure where he got any of it but the fact he actually spoke an mostly intelligible line of Low Gothic brings you pause.“You’re… not like the others, are you,” you state rather plainly. Behind you a Grot jumps at your back only for you to slap it down without turning around.“Quite sho. It’sh not everyday I get to shpeak to shomeone without shcreaming WAAGGGHH!”>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.>  Not today Mr. Connery! (WS)>  God. Damn. Orks. (WP)>  Write in
>>37851705>>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.
>>37851705>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.
>>37851705>  God. Damn. Orks. (WP)
>>37851705>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.Oh Tzeentch....
>>37851705>HE KNOWS WHERE THE HOLY GRAIL IS! FAILING THAT, HE'S THE ONE! FIGHT HIM SO WE CAN GET HIS POWERS.
>>37851705>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.Well that's a change, we have to investigate.
>>37851705>  Not today Mr. Connery! (WS)
>>37851705>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.> Try very hard not to lose your mind.
>>37851705>  You literally cannot even. Hear what he has to say.Let's play the Ryan to his Ramiush.
>>37851705...he's coming with us. There's no other way.>Captcha: reedmYes captcha, yes.
>>37851705>“Shoo, you’ve finally made it here…”>“Quite sho. It’sh not everyday I get to shpeak to shomeone without shcreaming WAAGGGHH!”
 it is.>>37851841Just make him green and orky-like
Rolled 25 (1d100)I roll to see if he wishes to defect.
>>37851882Maybe. We'll have to wait to hear what he has to say first.
>>37851882Lower is better right? ...right?
>>37851822...I can't even right now Anon, I can't even...I fucking love this quest.
>>37851882dc was 10 so no
>>37851869I just want to hear how/why he managed to grow a beard
>>37851912Then let us challenge him to a sword dance!
>>37851925Hair Squigs, obviously. Jeeze.
>>37851925also, he'll sip a martini (shaken, not stirred) while telling his riveting tale. Zardoz may be included.
>>37851869Ah the Boss Cunningriwatch out gits he is the cunning but brutal sort
Does he have Squiggis?
I fear what Orks would be able to do with a nuklear Submarine.Though not nearly as much as what a single orkould be able to acomplish with a roll of duct tape
>>37852061Good thing we let Cinder hold on to that.
>>37852061think you just got me my next dark heresy warboss, gonna suck for these initiates.....
>>37851705This is now the third time in your existence that something extremely unexpected, unusual, and not according to plan has happened to you. Honestly though? You could get used to surprises like this one. They’re definitely better than random wormholes into the Warp.Still, you’re at a loss for words. What DO you say to an Ork that actually has a brain? Oh right. You recruit the bastard.“So, Mr…?”“Con’ree. Captain Con’ree at your shervice.”“I take it your appearance next to my vessel wasn’t an accident.”“Indeed. My crew were getting impaschent and I thought it be to a good opportunity to defect.”You blink twice very slowly. You need to confirm something with the big man upstairs very fast. It takes you but a moment to send the Big Bird a question. His reply is instant: “Not my doing.” Guess that answers that. But you can’t be too careful. A smart Ork could still be acting this entire time and maybe even come up with an elaborate ruse.“Defect?” you ask. “I wasn’t aware Orks even recognized the concept.”“Lass, how do you think Freebootahs happen?”“Fair point.”“But yesh. I have sheen dry land before but wash casht out by the Dea’cin for Hershey.”You have to try very, VERY hard not to laugh at that. “Well he’s dead now, if that makes any difference to you.”The Ork shrugs. “Perhapsh a day or sho ago it would have. But ash it ish my crew ish the only group of Orksh willing to shtomach my company.”>  Well… uh… Let me go smack some acolytes around. Pack your things.>  I can’t let the acolytes see you. Can you escape and meet back at Deph?>  Portal him to the Raptor (WP)>  Write in>>37852061You mean a submarine filled with dead cats?
>>37852061>a roll of duct tapeDear god the horror...........
>>37852108>>  Portal him to the Raptor (WP)
>>37852108> Well… uh… Let me go smack some acolytes around. Pack your things.Well Inquisitors do hire xenos mercs sometimes.....
>>37852108>  I can’t let the acolytes see you. Can you escape and meet back at Deph?We will also help him escape. Maybe pretend he has a weirdboy.
>>37852108> Portal him to the Raptor (WP)Let's be smart about this...>Captcha: uwarg...no captcha.
>>37851822I tried. It's hard keeping an accent when you're trying not to laugh.http://vocaroo.com/i/s0NAA77e2aUI
>>37852108> Portal him to the Raptor (WP)
>>37852108>  Portal him to the Raptor (WP)
>>37852108>  Portal him to the Raptor (WP)> "MURKY BURNING!">Shoot a fireball at him while blocking our mind, opening up a portal to hit him into, and closing that portal before our fireball can enter it, sending it crashing into the wall with only soot and ashes left behind.
>>37852123>gives ork duct tape>tells him Duct tape fixes *everything*>Tells him Duct tape *never runs out because duct tape fixes *everything> Sit back and watch chaos so horrifyingly heretical unfold.
>>37852108>His reply is instant: “Not my doing.”Bullshit Tzeentch. You're having a laugh and we all know it.
Rolled 1 + 1 (1d2 + 1)>>37852108>  I can’t let the acolytes see you. Can you escape and meet back at Deph?>  Portal him to the Raptor (WP)hmmm cant decide , dice go
>>37852183I don't think there's a "g" sound at the end of WAAAAAAAGGH. I'm pretty sure the "gh" is silent. Thus it sounds more like a chav screaming "War". That seems to make sense, seeing as how orks were modeled after football hooligans.
1d100 vs 69Please don't roll doubles or a 100.Con'ree would be sad then. And you don't want to make him sad, do you?
Rolled 71 (1d100)>>37852294
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>37852294Kinda
Rolled 11 (1d100)>>37852294Double whammy
Rolled 23 (1d100)>>37852294
>>37852317God damnit anon...
>>37852317That is a double whammy, yes.
Rolled 20, 70 = 90 (2d100)>>37852308>>37852311>>37852317So you pass but...>>37852317DID I FUCKING STUTTER.You know what this means.
>>37852317DUDE.He SAID no doubles.
>>37852294>>37852317...Con'ree's sad now.
>>37852346So that's memory worm. Everyone forgets something trivial. Welp.
>>37852346>Memory wormCould be worse
>>37852350As long as we don't accidentally him like we almost did with our Repentia earlier, we're good. i think.What happens if we become a Daemonhost?
>>37852368>What happens if we become a Daemonhost?Spooky things.
>>37852346Sooo you make everyone who can see you forget something trivial.Since Con'ree's the only one in range of proper mental facilities... he forgets the name of his Cabin Grot. Doesn't bother him or you in the slightest. In fact you don't even notice it.Writing...
>>37852360>"WHY IN THE FUCK IS MY POWER ARMOR BROKEN!?"
>>37852360Everyone within LoS of Iggy, so just Con'ree
>>37852317Fuck, laughing so hard right now
>>37852346Didnt the second roll not come into effect unless the first was over 75?
>>37852390They have names?
>>37852443Soo why does it apply? I'm not familiar with the source system
>>37852390It's astoundingTime is fleeting
>>37852108“Well I would be happy to have you then. But I can’t let my acolytes see you and I kinda need it to look like you died so…”“I undershstand lass. Make it quick.”You smile and wave your hand about. “Nothing like that. I just need to send you up to one of my starships via portal. Quick, painless, and discrete. Just stop any of your Boyz from bothering me for a second.”He nods and presses a button that seals the bridge off completely. That gives you plenty of time to open a hole in reality straight into Captain Lucius’ quarters. As luck would have it he’s there with one of his Arch Militants.“I-Ignitrix!” he shouts as his lady friend shrieks and dives under the covers. “What a… pleasant surprise!”“Cover yourself, Lucius, I’m sending you a guest. Make sure that he’s treated well or the date with Cinder’s off.”The Rogue Trader gulps, shuffling to the side of his bed to grab a bathrobe. “What kind of guest, exactly?”“Oh you’ll see.”You turn to Con’ree and motion for him to head into the portal. “Here’s your ride, Con’ree. Lucius should take care of you until I can come up and bring you over to my flagship later. Things there are… complicated.”Again he nods. “I undershtand, lass. Shee you on the other shide.”With that he steps through and transitions to the Faithful Inferno. As the portal closes behind him two things happen. The first is a Grot falling from an air duct and screaming for Con’ree to take him too. The second is Con’ree remarking, “That’sh a fine shquigg you have there laddie. How shtrong ish it?”It takes you a minute to recover your sides from the Warp.>  Make a really loud “boom” noise over the Orktobrah’s intercom and yell to abandon ship>  Actually enable the self-destruct>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”>  Write in
>>37852615>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”This can in no way go wrong.
>>37852615>>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”
>>37852595Reference the charts in >>37849367. The first roll is on the left chart. The second roll is on the right one but ONLY happens if the first roll is above 75. Make sense?
>>37852595First roll is for Phenomena. If you roll above 75, then you psychically screwed up so badly that you move to the srs bsns Perils table (hence, the second roll).
>>37852615>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”Also joke about the victory of capitalism or sth.
>>37852615>>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”Do this, but by enabling the self-destruct and demanding that any survivors who ain't "Panzy Gits" come meet you at (x) because I have lost track of places to meet at.
>>37852615>  Write inChange our appearance to Captain Con'ree and take command.
>>37852615>  Actually enable the self-destruct
>>37852673There's literally "here" and "Dry Land." Nowhere else on this stupid ball of water for them to go.Though I guess they CAN breathe underwater... which begs the question: why the fuck do they have a submarine in the first place?
>>37852615>  Proudly proclaim that “Da Warboss iz ded and that you’re Top Nob now”Also:>It takes you a minute to recover your sides from the Warp.I'm still trying to find mine. Help.
>>37852702It's traditional, ya git.
 has it I think.Writing...
>>37852615>“That’sh a fine shquigg you have there laddie. How shtrong ish it?”It'sh not the shize of your shquigg that mattersh. It'sh how you ushe it.
>>37852768Can we order the orks to descend towards the bottom, and flick on the self-destruct?
We should go shanghai some Tau engineers to build us and the psykers some mechas.
>>37852888Gonna need some gretchin as well.
>>37852904well we have one we can bag right now right?Wormbag needs an assistant
>>37852888Gonna have to watch out for those Fire Warriors, though. Even one manage to...
>>37852615A few slaps is all it takes for the Cabin Grot to show you where the intercom is. You clear your throat and then put on your best Orky impression. “OI YA GITS! DA WARBOSS IZ DED AND IZ TOP NOB NOWZ. IF YOUS HAS A PROBLEM WITH ET THEN COME TRY AN’ KRUMP ME!”The Cabin Grot gives you two thumbs up. You roll your eyes and casually reach over to overload the reactor with a few switches. You try not to think too hard how two dead cats spinning very rapidly provided power in the first place, or where the Orks got two dead cats to begin with. What matters is you have lured the Orks back onto their ship and thusly to their grave.When you unlock the bridge on your way out you slip past the horde of Orks trying to rush their way inside despite the cramped corridors. A few well placed taunts turns them into a violent mob and lets you escape unscathed back up to the surface. There you find your acolytes have all moved back to your own ship and are waving you on. You sprint and leap over to the deck, yelling for them to go. Five minutes later, just as you start to get some good distance on the Orktobrah, the Ork vessel explodes. The resulting column of water comes rushing towards you, picking up your boat and rushing you forward with great speed. Good thing Wormbag planned for this eventuality. You wonder if propulsion-by-explosions is common with Khornates. Probably. It’s certainly stupid enough to work.Whatever the case you make it back to Deph the next day without any further incident. There you send your acolytes off to get some rest while you take Alia to a proper infirmary. Of course once she’s looked over you’re told she just needs rest and to stay off the leg for a week. Pretty damn simple, plus it’ll give you ample opportunity to corrupt the Repentia. Once she falls, you’ll worry about Sanja and the rest. But only then.> Housekeeping to follow
>>37852960So that happened.I think we'll just go to KQ #21 and timeskip the rest of Iggy's stay on Oashadus. As much as I'd love for you all to bumble through dealing with a Saint and the remaining Orks I think it's time for the gang to reunite. Plus it'll probably be a better story coming from the Bird and her Corrupted Sisters. Maybe it'll even give Acerea something to do in playing Plague Herald and Camp Mom.TLDR: Never let ELH play Orks ever.
>>37852960>corruptYou mean "convert"?>falls"ascends"?Your creatures of Chaos respect others' faiths too much.
>>37852997>TLDR: Never let ELH play Orks ever....I think you mean force ELH to play Orks forever.My sides are still somewhere in the warp. Partially because I just saw Hunt for Red October.
>>37853005Well Ignitrix was a former member of the Imperium. Even after all this time she knows how it really is. Probably.
>>37852997>playing Plague HeraldSounds cool! What's she do as plague herald, though?
>>37853005>fallsWell yes, she will fall into her place together with the other puzzle pieces
>>37853026Yeah, she thinks it's shitty, and doesn't regret joining up with Tzeentch and getting wings. While would she still see what she's doing as evil?
>>37853043>Why would she*
>>37853043I guess the terminology stuck, even if she doesn't see it as evil now
>>37853059>stuck>A LoC's terminology is stuck
>>37853033Stuff and things more than likely. No one knows what Acerea actually does when they're not looking at her.>>37853071Irony.
>>37852997Okay, what are each character's rewards from this campaign besides Sytili's?
>>37852997Cheers, ELH. Good sidequest.
I come bearing a very important poll!>Best Daughteru/Imoutohttp://strawpoll.me/3566935
I don't understand the point of these threads.Is it so we can fap to them? because i wanna fap to them
>>37853075>Irony.Ignitrix seems to draw that in ,yes.
>>37853109Sytili's a mom, yo
>>37853096Con'ree is his own reward. Corrupted Sisters is another. Were Ignitrix still tracking infamy she'd get some but she isn't so she doesn't. So instead that sort of just adds to the overall "oh fuck" level of the impending Black Crusade.
Next Sidequest:Recovering my sides from the warp.groans at the unintentional pun
>>37853161Roll 1d10 to see how many Quest Sessions they're stuck in the Warp for.
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>37853173
>>37853150Okay, sorry, when I was referring to campaign, I meant the "Split Up Campaign." How're Acerea and Cinder faring from Weeb planet so far?
Rolled 1 (1d10)>>37853173>>37853150So any idea what to do with the sexiest Ork alive?
>>37853181You'll find out in KQ #21.Though I think Acerea's looking more like Isha for some reason or another.
>>37853198ah, I'd prefer Cloud of Darkness or Lady Yunalesca. Dem snakes...
>>37852086Every Warboss that's showed up in these threads has been gold. Except that first one in #2. He died like a squigg. Da Git. Great for use in future DH/RT campaigns.
>>37853186Well, I don't think he'll last very long. I expect he'll die within the next session.
>>37853201Well, that's a thing.
>>37853198>looking more like IshaWhat?That's like saying someone's looking more like Alpharius.
>>37853246Acerea's hard to figure out advancement-wise (especially when it comes to appearances) due to her dual connection to Isha and Nurgle alike. I'm certainly open to ideas.
>>37853258so less deformaties from plagues?does she have any, anyways?
>>37853310Maybe instead of being snake like, it could be plants instead. Also, needs more horns.
>>37853299She probably has some but they change on a day to day basis. Kaysis hinted at this iirc.>>37853310That seems more Slaaneshii to me. Less tentacles, more plant stuff
>>37853321Yeah, like Pirahna-esque plants that spew hazardous gases everywhere.
>>37853310But in order to look that menacing, we'll have to work harder to spread more plagues. Maybe it would be impressive to create a plague of our very own to embrace a certain species of xeno, like those tau with their warp immunity. Papa would certainly pat our head with his indescribably filthy hands then.
>>37853310Oh god noI much prefer the idea of less blemishes, bu those she has change to reflect different plagues every day or something like that
>>37853435Whaaaaaaaaaaaat? You want the Great Unclean One form to be clean? Is she too ugly to love, anon?
>>37853435The alternative to having a big scary head with a mane of tentacles is having her big and fat with an ugly, vomiting face on hers bloated tummy.
>>37853407>>37853429Those just look terrifying and remove anything that physically resembles her personality
>>37853258Oh yeah, speaking of gods, what are the C'tan like in this quest's setting, and could we fight one if we felt like it?
>>37853460Why does she have to have a big head or bet fat and bloated? I can see her having some snakelike tentacles to be motherly to, but she still needs to be Ara Ara.
>>37853465Well, if those don't float your boat, we could always try vanilla.
>>37852997I just caught up, thanks for the thread>>37853246I can see it working for her, if you consider Isha's virtues and personality, acerea is inheriting plenty of that, while still spreading papa's love around, it's not that odd at all
>>37853496Well, those two horns coming out to the side of its head remind me of branches. She could be a big tree lady with plague-spewing pirahna plants on tentacular vines, with a slightly pudgy frame.
>>37853476Necrons, rival CSMs/Daemons, and Eversors are in your future.
>>37853524But when are we going to hunt the most dangerous prey of all?
>>37853517Or we could replace her legs with a wriggleing mass of tumors, tentacles and plantstuffs...
>>37853496That doesn't float anyone's boat
>>37853524Khornate on Khornate fights? Chaos isn't exactly one big happy family, even within it's own factions.
>>37853543pff dangerous, cqc and their toast, just have to portal in and we're golden
>>37853554So... MGE's Kraken but more plant-like? >>37853569That's what rival daemons means anon.
>>37853558Well, it can sort of float on its own due to being full of highly toxic vapors.>>37853569>No-Horn lost his Khornate status>No-Khorn>>37853573I dunno, man, he managed to take down a Lord of Change, and we just played as one of those.
>>37853517I feel like she should have a face on her tummy so the other characters don't have to crick their necks up to look her in the eye.
>>37853586>picThat but green is perfect
>>37853586Needs to be bit bigger though, with branch-antlers. Maggots? Maybe.
>>37853626That's all ready a sizable increase in size for her and she seems to have a plant heavy motif already, which the whole antlers thing clashes with
>>37853201...that tail is going into her butt
I love this Series, think it could be a great comic or sth.Mind if i take a shot at it, though i'm afraid i lack the patience and skill to do it justice.
Ooh, how about this, only with her body able to pop in and out of the gathering of mushrooms at the eye, her upper half of her body sticking out to get a good view of things?
>>37853671Branches instead of antlers? They look similar, but they're barky instead of boney and maybe there'll be a couple leaves on them.
>>37853679Feel free to do whatever. I'd love to see what you come up with.Also...> tfw when you realize you hyped Shoggy up for a cool Cutter showdown but now it'll never happenDamn it Con'ree.
>>37853524I hope the necrons speak like this guy.
>>37853728Well, thanks for saying Acerea will have at least some opportunity to do Plague Herald things. As a PC, right?I wonder what our next goal should be, though? Ooh, how about we steal something really precious from Holy Terra?
>>37853871I vote that we aim for the Emperor's clothes.
>>37853871>how about we steal something really precious from Holy TerraNot yet.I'd rather go for a swarms heart beforehand
>>37853890Oh yeah, let's try to swap Sytili's soul with the hivemind's mind. Then she would basically rule a whole bunch of tyranids.
>>37853871Befor we head to Terra we should get more black crusaders, and that should be our next goal:Get a proppah black crusade together
>>37853728What's the DC on changing the Emperor into a llama?>>37853918Tracy Jordan, the black crusaders are coming for you.
>>37853918Which number black crusade be this one? Should we get Con'ree focused on gathering a Waaagh! for what is hopefully the last crusade?
>>37853310Giant face-less version
>>37853871The Navy would kill you before you got anywhere close. And by close I mean the same sector of the Galaxy. You don't just go to Holy Terra. >>37853911One Synapse creature, chaos-empowered as she is, is not enough to overwrite the Hive Mind. At best she can maybe snag some stragglers from a main fleet.>>37853918So much fucking this. >>37853967If everything we've been presented is true (i.e. reliable narrators) then this will either be the last and 14th Crusade or one that happens prior to Abaddon's latest in 999.M41.
>>37853967Hmm, after that crusade's over, maybe we could go look for some unique skulls to add to our chair.
>>37854015>The Navy would kill you before you got anywhere close. And by close I mean the same sector of the Galaxy. You don't just go to Holy Terra.A) We're Inquisition, and B) if that doesn't work we can just do this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU7nvljH69Y
>>37854069No we're really not. And it's been heavily hinted that our little charade is almost over. Plus this is Khornette Quest. Fuck sneaking in. We may have a DAoT ship but it's not going to break any blockades on its own.
>>37854146Let's just time travel to the past around where Earth will be in the present using Ignitrix's view of the future, and appear in a dock while quickly killing/replacing all witnesses with cultists.
>>37854146They are said to be able to fight a sector fleet on their own, but then Holy Terra has more dakka than that.
>>37854146>We may have a DAoT ship but it's not going to break any blockades on its own.Well it's an ordo Chronos ship, so in theory we could go back in time, fly to stone age terra and jump to terra at any time from there , but i'd rather not engage in time travel shenenigans unless absolutely neccessary
>>37854146Plus, the Blood Ravens appearing unannounced and warp crazy make a nice distraction.
>>37854201for about half a second
>>37854212half a second is all we need from phasing out of the past and into the present to killing/deactivating/replacing all the monitors and witnesses in a docking bay.
>>37854233Wait, forget the docking bay, we can just phase through to the golden throne, fire all guns, and phase out to another time.
>>37854246This is all going to depend on how time travel works, though.
>>37854246Hey, let's do the same thing to the pleasure palace with whatever blessed ammunition we find.
>>37854198This anon gets it. Never ever ever fuck with time unless it's absolutely necessary to preserve a timeline. It's like Rule 1 after Rule 0 of all RPGs ever. We were even given a warning via the ship AI about what happened to the idiots who tried anyways.In any case it's very obvious the anon(s) arguing differently are high as shit, don't realize bullshit like what they propose doesn't happen in 40k, and/or are plain retarded. If I had to guess based on the posting style it's probably the same guy who gets upset whenever Acerea doesn't get to be the MC.
>>37854295Okay. Let's fling a bunch of asteroids at Terra with a giant warp portal.
>>37854318Also, let's try to hit the moon into the Earth.
Also a Khornates our Goul isn't destroying or conquering terra, its finding worthy foes to slay and fight in glorious batlle.
>>37854388I know, I just thought robbing Terra of a cool item would be good for a filler campaign.
>>37854388That means if we intend to go on time travel, we'd spirit away historys greatest Heros in their prime to challenge them to a duell
>>37854408So THAT's where the last two primarchs went!
Hey guys, forgot something until just now.An Orc and a Nurglite Daemon are going to be on the same team. A fungal life-form and a daemon who loves messing around with plants.Together.On one team.GUYS!
>>37854603I doubt we'll see nu-Orks.But you never know.