In the other Primarch generator thread 4 tables were presented and eventually we made a single Primarch generation Table bit taking bits from each.Lat's see if we can generate 20 primarchs.For that i guess rolling Primarch number does not make sense. So legion number is based on order of creation.
>>77377722>>77377382That's part of what makes him interesting, there's some nuance to it and foreshadowing that he'd succumb to Slaanesh. Dude's a dysmorphic empath with an underhanded approach to interpersonal relations, and the fact that he's specc'd towards craftsmanship and fond of precise long-ranged combat implies his future corruption. Not a bad primarch, by any means.
>>77377965His undehandedness, could also steer him for tzeench and his poison resistance for nurgle.You can really justify anything.
Rolled 13 (1d20)>>77377722
>>77377722>20That's going to make fleshing out even a single one utterly horrible.
Rolled 3 (1d20)>>77377722Rolling for Number Found>>77378177The bit about the Emperor killing his adoptive mother being what turns him to Chaos is interesting, sort of a parallel to if He were to preemptively slay Kor Phaeron and have that be what drove Lorgar into the Chaos Gods' sickly appendages. Relatively bleak. I feel like he's a solid primarch for a first roll.
>>77378295Because the vanilla primarchs are so flesh out, hahaha kidding, kidding. I guess we can take it from the top as they come, the results from OP's table build a relatively clear picture.
Rolled 7 (1d20)>>77378244>>77378316So 13th Primarch was 3rd found. Rolling for mutation
Rolled 16 (1d100)>>77378363>Bestial AppearanceThat's a neat twist. Makes me wonder how so and to what extent. Rolling for Homeworld Location.
Rolled 9 (1d20)>>77378535
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>77378535>core>>77378541I’m a dumbass. Rolling for direction
>>77378563So it's in the Core, to the Galactic East. Alright, we're going to need another 1d100 for Star Density and another 1d100 to see which direction he conquered in.
Rolled 82 (1d100)>>77378588
>>77378601He conquered to the North-East. Interesting. Isn't that around where the Rangdan were? Going to need another 1d100 for Star Density then.
Rolled 20 (1d20)>>77378628
Rolled 27 (1d100)>>77378628
>>77378658It was a Lone Star, somewhat isolated from other systems. Interesting.>>77378730It was also an Agri World. Going to need four 1d100s to figure out the specifics there.
Rolled 43, 5, 56, 72 = 176 (4d100)>>77378784I'll participate
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>77378828>mercury sized>unusually lush>moderate >dryLast one’s is making me wonder how that works. 1d100 for planet’s culture
>>77378924Hmm extremophillic Life non-reliant on water? Maybe silicon life? Or rystaline life of some sort?Maybe it lives underground acessing hidden water reserves?
Rolled 80 (1d100)>>77378982>roll on classic>>77378924The underground reserves sounds like a cool idea
>>77379010>Inca3d100 for their adoptive family
Rolled 80, 93, 70 = 243 (3d100)>>77379104
>>77379110>Adoptive Parents were peasants>Outright hatred/vengeance towards them>feel superior to siblingsDude seems kinda like a dick. 4d100 on conquering the homeworld
Rolled 69, 13, 29, 56 = 167 (4d100)>>77379380
>>77379411>Conquest nearly finished upon the Emperor’s arrival>homeworld status prior to conquest was embroiled in war>World’s wealth is standard>Primarch is passive/not attached to his homeworld4d100 for the politics of the homeworld
Rolled 52, 68, 26, 20 = 166 (4d100)>>77379625We have a real bastard
>>77379643>Anarchy>Neutral>Feudal>DecentralizedWell it seems like the planet was kind of a shit show. I don’t blame him for not caring about the place. Another 4d100
Rolled 41, 25, 96, 66 = 228 (4d100)>>77379698My guess is he hated is parents for adopting him, since he view himself better than a peasant. He must have been overjoyed to see emps
>>77379712>Defining struggle: Statesmanship >No injuries>Stoic>PsychopathicYeah seems like a dick. 2d100 for his specializations
Rolled 77, 97 = 174 (2d100)>>77379712>Statesmanship>No Major Injuries>Perfectionist>PsychopathicWhhhhew lads>>77379775Let's goooo
>>77379789>Adminstration>Psychic PowersThe monster man is assuming direct control. Lesser beings compliance isn’t necessary
>>77379789>Administration>Psychic PowersIf his specialty's administration, his personality and disdain for his parents makes sense. They probably wanted him to focus on living happily and making their village a better place, while he craved to expand and force the !not!Incan cities into a thriving empire, not because he wanted to rule an empire, but because the fact that it wasn't when it could be frustrated him to no end.
We need to 2d100 for his meeting with the Emperor and relationship with him. This'll be interesting.
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>77379819On top of that, the planet was in a state of anarchy and war. The fact there was no order probably angered him immensely.Rolling for his relation to Big E
Rolled 44, 27 = 71 (2d100)>>77379845
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>77379845
Rolled 36 (1d100)>>77379859So he insisted on a Challenge before submitting to the Emperor. Makes sense... What'd they think of each other?
>>77379859>Contest/Challenge>>77379875>Likes Emperor, but loyalty lies with EmpireMakes sense. He doesn't seem like a bad dude to me, just really hyper-focused on administration.
>>77377722Should we make a consolidation with the Primarch legions?
>>77379875Oh shit, I was counting 27 not the 44 because I was thinking- that'd be Neutral then, wouldn't it?Although we did get >>77379876 and >>77379891, should we just run with that?
>>77379983I'm not OP by the way, just some random asshole. Alrighty then, so, up next is... Going to need to figure out his pre-heresy Friend and Rival with a couple of 1d100s
Rolled 95, 70 = 165 (2d100)>>77380035
>>77380058His friend was either his steed or his pet, which is surprisingly humanizing, and his rival was a rebel human commander who must've been a real damned badass. Likely some warlord leftover from the Age of Strife. We're going to need some more 1d100s to figure out the specifics of his legion, around six, but we can take them one-by-one. For his pet, I figure it's probably a massive snake of some kind.
Rolled 26 (1d100)>>77380079
Rolled 60 (1d100)>>77380079I feel like whatever his pet is it reseembles what animal traits it looks like he has
Rolled 65 (1d100)>>77380109>Legion is loyal to him>>77380112>Legion tactic is Terror
Rolled 94 (1d100)>>77380157
>>77380157>focus on administration>terror tactic
>>77380112>Terror>>77380157>All RounderShit, are the Ultramarine equivalent in this galaxy flayed-hide wearing budget Night Lords?
>>77379891Hmm. What challenge. Maybe contest of psychic might if it's his preferred combat method?
>>77380157>Specialization poisonous conditions >Extra Exclusive unit #2>>77380202With the poisonous condition thing, seems like even if you're hiding in a toxic wasteland, the Emperor is getting his Imperial tithe.
Rolled 14 (1d100)New dice?
>>77379905It's Rowboat Sillyman, if he was not boring.
>>77380202Foken, kek.>>77380233With some psyonics and not!wolfen
Are we doing these one at a time?
>>77380202Even cultist and pro-chaos/pro-xeno worshipper pay their tithes when this legion shows up
>>77380259>>77380281These sound like some real ballers.>>77380300I think so, give or take. We'll need another 1d100 for the Extra #2
Rolled 45 (1d100)>>77380332
>>77380257>>77380363So they've got a Rhino Variant, and a Vindicator Variant, when the Vindicator itself is already a Rhino Variant. Interesting. Seems they're fond of their APCs.
Rolled 69 (1d100)>>77380398Rolling for speed of conquest then
>>77380422>FastHe doesn't fuck around. We'll need some for Loyalty, Wealth, and Rule.
Rolled 69, 98, 9 = 176 (3d100)>>77380482
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>77380482He spent his life in anarchical shit farming planet. The Emperor wants to unite humanity under Imperial rule is the man's wet dream. Him and his boys ain't got time to be waiting around
>>77380499>High Loyalty>A wealthy domainI can fucking imagine>No interest in rulingNow THAT is interesting>>77380517Looks like he fought for the Emperor during the Heresy as well. Dude's a legend.
Rolled 66 (1d100)>>77380535Let's see what he did during the Heresy
>>77380535What the fuck happened that made him think I don't want to rule? Like did someone in the conquest humble the shit out of him? Does he only like conquering not the day to day ruling? What the hell man?
>>77380562>Didn't play a major roleUnfortunate. Should we roll up his brothers now?
>>77380562Didn't play a major role. Makes sense, given he's an Administrator. Either he pulled an Imperial Secundus or was busy trying to rebuild and minimize damage while his legion went into the grinder. This has been an interesting primarch. Should we go back through the thread and summarize everything so far before we start with the next?
>>77380562didn't play a major role>>77380565Absolute power corrupts absolutely, and as a primarch he is too much powerful already. He cannot have more of it.
>>77380565I think it might be that he honestly doesn't care about ruling himself, the important thing is that it is ruled and that it's ruled well. His dream is to handle the paperwork and keep things running smoothly, he couldn't care less who's the warmaster or who's on the throne, but he'll break his back to get resources into their legion's hands.
>>77380610He's the Administratum Primarch compared to Gulliman who is more of a ruler primarch.
To recap:>The Primarch of the 13th Legion was the 3rd to be Found>He had a Bestial Appearance, specializing in Administration, and preferred to use his innate Psychic Powers in combat, all influenced by his stoic and psychopathic personality>His homeworld was in the Galactic Core, to the East, and he conquered to the North-East>It was mercury-sized, unusually lush, of moderate climate, and dry>Its predominant culture resembled the Inca of ancient Terra and were in a state of Decentralized Anarchy under a Feudal system, embroiled in war, and he remains unattached to it>He was adopted by a family of peasants and hated them>When the Emperor found him, his conquest of his homeworld was nearly finished and he insisted on a contest before he agree to pledge his loyalty. After meeting his brothers, he felt himself superior to them.>He liked the Emperor but was loyal to the Imperium before him>His defining struggle was one of Statesmanship unifying his homeworld>Pre-Heresy, his greatest Friend was a personal Pet, and his greatest Rival was a human commander, likely a warlord from the Age of Strife>His legion is Loyal to him, specializes in Terror, and fills an All-Rounder niche>They have a Rhino Variant and a Vindicator Variant, which they employ extensively>During the Crusade, his conquest was Fast and efficient, ensuring High loyalty of conquered populations and elevating them to a wealthy domain, though he did not rule himself>During the Horus Heresy, he remained loyal to the Emperor and played a supporting roleThat's Primarch #13, 3rd to be found. He seems like a very interesting Guilliman-equivalent.
>>77380565Maybe he saw the Emprah is better than his Inca Peasant ass and he prefers to chill with his cat? In the end he Embraced the simple values his parents tried instilling in him and he hates them for.
>>77380585>The 13th Primarch was the 3rd one found>Has a Beastial appearance>His homeworld is in the core to the Galactic East with a lone star and he conquered North-East>The planet was a Mercury sized planet, it was unusually lush with a moderate temperature and dry climate >Incan Culture>The 13th's adoptive parents were peasants which he hated and he felt superior to his siblings>He was nearly complete with his conquest when the Emperor arrived>Homeworld prior to the Primarch's conquest was embroiled with war and standard wealth>The planet was government was anarchy with feudal economy and it was decentralized >The Primarch's struggle was statesmanship>He suffered no injuries during his conquest >He is a perfectionist and a psychopath >When the Emperor first arrrived the Primarch challenged him>The Primarch likes the Emperor but his true loyalty lies to the Empire >His friend was a pet and his rival was a rebel human commander >the 13th Legion is loyal to their primarch>They utilize terror tactics and specialize in poisonous conditions>They utilize variants of Rhinos and Vindicators >The Primarch's conquest was fast >The conquered region were highly loyal and was wealthy but the Primarch had no interest in ruling over it >He remained loyal during the Heresy and did nothing of note during it
>>77380728Aye. He based. Let's go f
>>77380637Do the administratum in this universe wear flayed hides as a standard? He's surprisingly hardcore for a bureaucrat, but he has clear, unshakeable principles and definitely did better than the Emperor expected from him.
>>77380728He's definitely this version Guilliman with some Corvus and Russ sprinkled onto him.
Rolled 2, 4 = 6 (2d20)>>77380763Let's go for his brother
>>77380728>>77380747WHICH ONE IS TRUE?!?
>>773807812nd primarch4th to be found
>>77380773Add some mesoamerican /aesthetic/ to taste. Very cool.>>77380781The 2nd Primarch and 4th to be found.
>>77380747>>77380728Hey so for name of this Primarch, how about Apaec? It means Fanged Creator God in Incan
Rolled 14 (1d20)>>77380781mutation?
>>77380822Fuck yeah.>>77380826Primarch #2 has Wings. Nice.Gimme some 1d100s for his homeworld stats.
Rolled 92 (1d100)>>77380840
>>77380786I wrote >>77380728 and it seems that >>77380747 is the correct one because I misread >>77380176 as being the one to apply to the legion specialization over >>77380157, so they'd be specc'd to handling Poisonous Conditions over All-Rounder, barring us lumping them together to keep the !not!Guilliman thing going on with his legion.
Rolled 70, 45 = 115 (2d100)>>77380840So it's in the outer rim
>>77380850His homeworld is in the Outer Rim, interesting. Going to need three more to determine its location, his direction of conquest, and its star density.
>>77380822That is cool. I am all for it. Primarchs tend to have surnames tho
>>77380864In the South-East and he focused his efforts on the Galactic North, which is very sensible. All we need now's Star Density.
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>77380892High!
>>77380880Not always, Perturabo, Mortarion, etc. Come to think of it, most of the mono-name primarchs went Traitor. You think there's a correlation?
Rolled 44 (1d100)>>77380878
Rolled 20 (1d100)>>77380905Nope, 'tis a Lone Star. Let's see what type of world it is, here's to hoping for something interesting...
>>77380908What about Corvus Corax or Vulkan?
>>77380911The homeworld is a Civilised World>>77380922It's also mercury-sized. Neat.
Rolled 17 (1d100)>>77380922Demon World!
>>77380926Most, not all. Vulkan likely tips the name density-to-loyalty scales himself, all else considered. Dude was an OG.
>>77380936It is Unusually Lush, as well as a mercury-sized Civilised world. Interesting. How about its temperature and water density?
Rolled 44, 94 = 138 (2d100)>>77380976
>>77380981It's Hot and a Desert World. Very interesting, likely relatively close to its sun.Pitch a 1d100 for the dominant culture on the modern/sci-fi chart since they're Civilized.
>>77380955What about Sanguinius?
>>77381022If Vulkan tips the scale, Sanguinius breaks it.
Rolled 53 (1d100)>>77381017
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>77381017
>>77381031>Modern EuropeanInteresting, considering the temperature. We're going to need three more 1d100s for his parental circumstances.
>>77381042He was adopted by merchants traveling the sand dunes trying to get paid. What did he think about them?
Rolled 64 (1d100)>>77381051
Rolled 68, 60, 3 = 131 (3d100)>>77381051
>>77381075>Disdain>>77381077>Superior AttitudeSeems fairly aloof.>Conquest nearly finished upon Emperor's arrival>Homeworld was in eternal warThere are definitely some parallels here
>>77381051Oh, no. They are Itallian
>>77381109>The Emperor finds him making pizza
>>77381109>Homeworld in eternal war>raised by a family of merchantsThis primarch was found by space venetians. The horror is indescribable
>>77381109>Tatooine but with furious hand gestures
We need six more 1d100s to figure out the specifics of the Homeworld's situation
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>77381104
Rolled 66, 38, 19, 27, 45, 73 = 268 (6d100)>>77381164
>>77381170>PoorThat might be why he disdained his merchant parents.>>77381177>Not Attached>Oligarchy>Xenophile>Feudal>DecentralisedWhat a hellhole.>Statesmanship>Maimed FaceThere's some definite parallels with Apaec.
If we roll with the italian pizza-making primarch, I imagine he looks like one of the two
Give me two more1d100s to figure out our primarch italian's personality.
Rolled 30, 76 = 106 (2d100)>>77381239
Rolled 56 (1d100)>>77381210Now will they bros or bitter rivals? That's the question.
>>77381243>Underhanded>HedonisticFUCKING VENETIANSThey took a Primarch, a PRIMARCHand they DEFILED him with their treacherous ways...Unforgiveable.>>77381245>CraftsmanshipA fascinating specialty
Rolled 47 (1d100)>>77381274I mean it fits. He crafts the finest pizzas for his sons and the Emperor.
>>77381274No one has perfected that craft like him
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>77381245A question for the ages. They might come to head over their respective differences, Apaec administrating for the sake of ensuring efficiency, his brother for the sake of ensuring his rule, although that depends on what else we get from him...
>>77381293Only the finest, nearing perfection. And his specialty in combat is... There's no space for 41-50, but since it's closer to 50 I'll count it as >Mobile ShootingSpeedy bastard.>>77381302His meeting with the Emperor was Friendly, but what about their relationship?
>>77381274Fucking Venetians!First Constantinople and now this!
>>77380747>>77380822> AepacAepac is the the primarch of the 13th Legion the Solar jaguars. Named so after Jaguar-like patterns appearing on their skin, and the veneration of the Sun on the Primarch's Homeworld. The Primarch himself resembling the Animal.Aepac being the 3rd primarch to be found was among the first to start fighting in the Great Crusade. He was found in the East of the Galactic Core. On a small, dry and lush planet of moderate climate.Their society was centered around agriculture and resembled the Inca of Old Terra. He was found and raised by peasants, who wished for a simple life for him, and he grew to detest them for this simplicity as his superiority over all those around him was evident.The planet he grew up in was a decentralised anarchy in a constant state of war, but he knew it could be so much more, even if it's prosperity was already up to standard. The Emperor arrived mere days before he'd have unified the planet under his rule.When the Emperor arrived he was challenged to a contest of wits and psyonics which Aepac both lost and swore fealty to the Emperor. He became loyal to the Emperor, but more so Empire as it encapsulated all his values and dreams on an infinitely grander scale. His perfectionist and psychopatic nature, along with his lack of scars and wounds both mental and physical made him a great, though harsh leader to his legion.He had found no friends among humans, only a Jaguar he raised as a pet becoming his friend and companion. While he found a worthy rival in a human rebel commander. Partly because of him his legion adopted terror tactics as their predominant form of warfare, encapsulating their Primarchs Psychotpathic side.The legion uses modified Rhinos and Vindicators. The 13th did not seek power, but only wanted to further the Emperors dream. He conquered quickly and left the land loyal and prosperous under the Emperor's rule. Ironically embracing the simplicity which made him hate his parents.1/2
>>77381372He stayed loyal to the Emperor's dream, but having exhausted large quantities of his forces during the crusade and not possessing many personal holdings to draw troops from his role in the crusade was smaller dedicated to stamping out rebellions and minimizing damage from the Chaos Worshippers.
Rolled 93 (1d100)>>77381372>>77381384Apaec was too good at his job for this galaxy
>>77381342le happy merchant Primarch
>>77381395>ofw our rival is a Byzantine style Primarch
>>77381393He formed a Deep Friendship and Bonds with the Emperor, which makes sense, given their Friendly meeting. I wonder how the Emperor felt about his personal extravagances and how the rest of his brothers regarded him. More than that, I wonder if his friendship was genuine, or part of a grander scheme all along.
>>77381372Are their Rhino variants called Jaguars and they move a bit faster?
Need his a 1d100 for his Friend and for his Rival.
>>77381423I can fee this man falling to Tzeench or Slaanesh
Rolled 26, 90 = 116 (2d100)>>77381443
Rolled 8 (1d100)>>77381443Give him a Primbro
>>77381439You fucking know it
>>77381449I really want this one to fall to tzeench
>>77381464>Rhinos with Turbo and Rocket Boosters
>>77381454He was friends with an Astartes of his own Legion and rivals with a Monster of Some Kind.>>77381457His Legion is Fanatically loyal even now.
>>77381372>>77381384Unless he's dead, my personnal guess for his dissapearance after the Horus Heresy is to micro-manage multiple states (and see which works better since Emps has failed), and gather enough troops to reconquer and rebuild the dying empire in one feel swoop
Rolled 91 (1d100)>>77381484Gotta go fast>>77381488>Fanatical legion towards a megalomaniac I can’t see this going wrong
Rolled 28, 71, 39 = 138 (3d100)>>77381488
>>77381504I can see him taking Vulkan’s role in saga of the beast. He takes the role of Emperor but hates it and ultimately sacrifices himself to the Beast
>>77381484is he an ork now?
>>77381528>Chemical/Biological Warfare>>77381555>Against MonstersChemical warfare against Orkz and Tyranids in the 41st millennium? Likelier than you think!>New Consul Type>Predator VariantThere's a decent amount to unpack here. Now we need to figure out how his Conquest went.
>>77381582>Chemical/Biological Warfare>mofo just throw pizzas with super-anthrax at people
Come to think of it, with the Against Monsters specialty they might've been fielded against some particularly nasty Xenos.>>77381504>>77381557I could see either being true, maybe even simultaneously.
Rolled 98 (1d100)>>77381582>Predator that fires plague bombsDear Emperor this man is going to be Chaos Undivided
>>77381637>Unusually FastHoly shit, man BLITZED the crusade
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>77381658Do you think he was smug to Apec?>What still quelling that rebellion? I’m on my 4th system
Rolled 93, 16, 94 = 203 (3d100)
> 2nd Primarch> 4th to be found> Winged> Outer Rim, South-East, High Star Density> Homeworld Civilised World> Mercury Sized> Unusually Lush> hot Desert> Dominant Culture: Modern European(itally/venice)> Raised by merchants, he disdains and has supperior attitude towards> Conquest nearly finished upon Emps arrival>Homeworld was in eternal war>Poor Planet (sad merchant noises)>Not Attached>Oligarchy>Xenophile>Feudal>Decentralised>Statesmanship>Maimed Face (probs big nose)>Underhanded>Hedonistic>Craftsmanship>Mobile Shootingmerchant caravans made him nomadic> He formed a Deep Friendship and Bonds with the Emperor, which makes sense, given their Friendly meeting. I wonder how the Emperor felt about his personal extravagances and how the rest of his brothers regarded him. More than that, I wonder if his friendship was genuine, or part of a grander scheme all along.>Fanatical legion towards a megalomaniac>Chemical/Biological Warfarehe doesn't fuck arround>Predator that fires plague bombs>Unusually FastGreat Crusade Any% SpeedrunSummarised what we got so far. Hope I didn't miss anything
>>77381679>What still quelling that rebellion? I’m on my 4th sectorFtfy
>>77381679You know it.>High loyalty>>biological/chemical warfareReally makes one think.>>77381682>A wealthy domainBeing raised by venetians has its perks>No interest in ruling itAlright, now we just need to figure out his loyalty during the Heresy.
>>77381694Yep that about sums it up
Rolled 99 (1d100)>>77381735Did the man come up with a toxin that made people blindly loyal to him? And what’s with our statesman Primarchs lack of interest in ruling?
>>77381782>Secessionist/RenegadeTHE BASTARD, but he was Close Friends with the Emperor? And he just abandoned him and wasn't even Chaos corrupted? How the hell did that even happen?
>>77381782Nigga just secceeded with half the EMpire.
Rolled 29 (1d100)Let's figure out his Great Deed during the Heresy, because he definitely would've stuck his nose in the pie.
>>77381822Scheckels speak louder than friends. Maybe he even played both sides of the heresy ensuring his new cool realm stays safe whichever wins.
Rolled 61 (1d100)>>77381822>UnderhandedHe saw the Heresy as the perfect opportunity to take the throne. He didn’t want to rule a tiny sector, he wants the entire Imperium. >inb4 he killed a Primarch
Rolled 46, 82, 50, 44, 48, 93 = 363 (6d100)>>77377722Not sure which parts of the table we're rolling on right now, but here's a 6-pack of dice.
>>77380565He enjoys the conquest and initial stage of compliance over constant watch over said planet. So his attitude is "I gave you a planet, set an example of good rule, don`t fuck it up or I`m coming here again"
>>77381839>Ambushed enemy legion, doing a lot of damage.>biological/chemical warfare specialization...Did he fucking pull a one-primarch Istvaan?
>>77381782He just launches bombs of this stuff in the atmosphere and let's the opposition crumble, letting his forces concentrate on the hard targets
>>77381856that's be peak chad... did he do it on the Chaos dudes or Loyaists. Will he now chill in his own mini-Imperium of Pizza forever?
Let's summarize. Primarch #13 >>77380747Apaec. Loyalist.Primarch #2 >>77381694Not named yet. Secessionist.We should probably write a full summary for him like Apaec, gimme a split-sec and I'll fill in the little bit that's not on the current one.
>>77381856Do not fuck with Dante DiGiorno.
> 2nd Primarch> 4th to be found> Winged> Outer Rim, South-East, High Star Density> Homeworld Civilised World> Mercury Sized> Unusually Lush> hot Desert> Dominant Culture: Modern European(itally/venice)> Raised by merchants, he disdains and has supperior attitude towards> Conquest nearly finished upon Emps arrival>Homeworld was in eternal war>Poor Planet (sad merchant noises)>Not Attached>Oligarchy>Xenophile>Feudal>Decentralised>Statesmanship>Maimed Face (probs big nose)>Underhanded>Hedonistic>Craftsmanship>Mobile Shootingmerchant caravans made him nomadic> He formed a Deep Friendship and Bonds with the Emperor, which makes sense, given their Friendly meeting. I wonder how the Emperor felt about his personal extravagances and how the rest of his brothers regarded him. More than that, I wonder if his friendship was genuine, or part of a grander scheme all along.>Fanatical legion towards a megalomaniac>Chemical/Biological Warfarehe doesn't fuck arround>Predator that fires plague bombs>Unusually FastGreat Crusade Any% Speedrun>SecessionistBroke away to start his own empire/attempted to seize the Throne for himself>Ambushed enemy legion, doing a lot of damage.Pulled a one-primarch Istvaan.
>>77381926Dante Romeo Digiano of Veneta
All we need now is a name for this glorious motherfucker. Hmm, do you guys have any ideas? Maybe something italian, heheheh.
>>77381966That's as good a name as any, unless one of you guys have another idea.Now we're going to move onto the next primarch. Toss me a couple of d20s lads.
>>77381943>Xenophile>Rival was a XenosOkay hear me out anons, during his Crusade a xeno captured him and made him into a sleeper agent. Man seceded to make not an Imperium included other races.
Rolled 6, 16, 19, 4 = 45 (4d20)>>77381984Let<s gooooo!
>>77381899>whynotboth.jpgHe probably ambushed whoever the Leman Russ/Executioner equivalent is, along with change, and then broke off with some choice territories of his while the shock of the Heresy was still raging.
>>77381992>6th Primarch>16th found >Body Dysmorphia
Rolled 35, 13, 82 = 130 (3d100)>>77381984Late for the d20, here's some d 100's though
>>77381992Primarch #6, 16th to be found. Suffers from Body Dysmorphia. Intriguing. Give me some 1d100s for his Homeworld's location.
>>77381504>>77381393We need to update Primarch rolling table with the options regarding their possible fate after Heresy for heretic/loyal/renegade primarchs (alive/dead/disappeared/mortally wounded/reappeared in M42 etc).
>>77382018>Inner Rim>West>High Star Density
>>77381989Wait... What if he ALLIED with minor Xenos under the threat of an anhrax-oven to bootstrap his own empire?>>77382018His Homeworld is in the Inner Rim, to the West, and he conquered to the North-West.
>>77382030That's a good idea, we could maybe do something like that when all's said and done.>>77382045Let's say it has some High Star Density too.Pitch me some more 1d100s for the specifics.
Rolled 70 (1d100)>>77382030>yfw the Jaguar returns to save the Imperium >>77382056I'm for either or. A Renegade Space Marine Legion that has its own little corner fortified with xenos to back them up sounds cool as fuck.
>>77381984Vasco Shek(from Scheckel)
>>77382030There were some table suggestions in the previous thread, I don't know if OP is still lurking but strapping some of those on or something similar would be cool. It's a very nice table, very genuinely the best of its kind I've ever seen.
Rolled 18, 5, 63 = 86 (3d100)>>77382074aaight lets do this
>>77382012Ferrous Manus time>>77382074I'll do once it's done. Branching tables are a hell to make.
>>77382099Hey, that's actually got a nice ring to it. Vasco Shek... gives me some primarch vibes, and just sounds exactly like the sort of machiavellian bastard that'd stab the Emperor in the back to start his own Imperium.>>77382097>Fortress WorldNow that is fascinating
>>77382097The jaguar is a way better Guliman than Guliman is.He would not need Xenos help to wake up.>>77382111I strapped on most of those I could. there was a a cool table in pdf format, but it worked completelly differently to how I do tables.Dunno if more tables can be added. At most some stuff to flesh out the legions and as said the branching post-heresy tables.
>>77382030Loyalist ideas>Appeared to have died fighting Chaos>Appeared to have died fighting Xenos>Went into hiding after a shameful battle>Disappeared in the Warp>Charting out unknown space
>>77382118>Mercury-sized>Unusually Lush>Moderate temperatureKind of interesting how all three of the primarchs so far have come from mercury-sized planets.>>77382123You're a fucking legend man, I've had a lot of fun with your fantasy race generator. Thank you for your god-tier OC, it's what the board needs.
>>77382140Fortress world is interesting indead, because they are usually under constant attack by something. They are Fortresses for a reason.
Rolled 30 (1d100)>>77382175Mercury sized planets that are lush. So at least they aren't going hungry
Rolled 40, 73, 64 = 177 (3d100)>>77382164Now if you could develop an Excel spreadsheet or website to permit insta-rolling all the dice, that'd be fukken sweet. Also: Dice.
Rolled 7 (1d100)>>77382201It's a Water World. A neat opposite to #2. Rolling for Culture...
>>77382210>1984>Fortress WorldHoly fuck, they had a head start on the rest of the Imperium.>Craftsmen>Disdain>>77382214>Loves all of his brothers deeplyThere's a metric ton of implications here
>>77382214>>77382239>fortifited oceanic bases
>>77382210Not OP but the dice are the best part, in my opinion. Now, how did his Homeworld go? Being the 16th to be found, he must've had a lot of time.
>>77382276>ocean mines>subsurface razor-wire>island-sized macro-batteries>all under an orwellian state
Rolled 80, 6, 35 = 121 (3d100)>>77382289I do love rolling me some dice, I does.
>>77382302Give this man a trident
Rolled 58 (1d100)>>77382289I agree the dice rollings fun. It helps make it a community effort.
>>77382315>Partial conquest of HomeworldTo be fair, it's a fucking Fortress World.>Always eternal war on all frontsThat's 1984 alright.>Standard wealth>>77382329>Not AttachedDamn, these primarchs aren't very sentimental, are they?
>>77382171So heres some ideas:Alive: was alive since Heresy/disappeared but returned or was found/suffered a mortal wound but overcame it/changed factions (might be a bad idea)Dead: killed during Heresy by opposite faction/killed during Heresy by allied faction/killed by Xenos/suicideUnknown: disappeared in the warp/disappeared outside the galaxy/went into hiding or to pursue his own interests and wasn`t heard ever since/supposedly died under suspicious circumstances and body was never found
Rolled 6 (1d100)>>77382365They know they're destined for greater things
Rolled 96, 94 = 190 (2d100)>>77382365Haven't you heard soldier, there's a war on! We got no time for that crap!
>>77382426>MonarchyThe planet was ruled under a monarchy and likely engulfed in a multi-century civil war over which Big Brother was legitimate.
>>77382456So we got a heavily fortified space Alantis that loved internal strife?
>>77382437>Xenophobe>CommunistNo doubt about it, these salty bastards were long ahead of the rest of the Imperium.
Rolled 75 (1d100)>>77382480Looks like it
>>77382480Kinda, though I imagine they don't live underwater, but on floating fortresses.There may be a local type of Abhuman capable of breathing under water though.
Rolled 18, 12, 90 = 120 (3d100)>>77382492-puts on nightmare goggles--there is no change?--cocks gun behind head--always was-
>>77381943Tossing out this an idea for 2nd Legion's name>Orcus Fury
>>77382515>Heavily CentralisedI'm not surprised.What was the 6th primarch's defining struggle?
WAIT, I'VE REALIZED SOMETHING- The 2nd Primarch's defining struggle was Statesmanship, and he broke off from the Imperium to found his own empire! Damn, that fits like a painglove.
Rolled 13 (1d100)>>77382525What if part of the reason of the constant war there's water-based Xenos that are nuisance to humanity. >>77382537Hoping for duty and service
Throwing out Triton as a name for our latest Primarch
>>77382566Wait so are we calling Vasco Shek or Dante Romeo Digiano of Veneta?
>>77382531>ConquestMakes sense, given the context. War is hell and he's lived it since he was old enough to be drafted and seize control of his own armada.>No major injuriesEither lucky, cunning, or damned resilient.>Bitter>>77382581>Just>righteous primarch driven to the sea loam and disillusioned by decades of meaningless slaughterThat's bleak.
>>77382597I'm leaning more to Vasco Shek, of the empire Veneta.
Rolled 24, 11 = 35 (2d100)>>77382614Bleak? Perfectly fitting for Warhammer. War never changes, but the hearts of men do.
>>77382592Triton Agenor for his name?
>>77382536Seems fine. We need a way of keepting track of made primarchs so far. Considering we need a new thread soon.Any ideas?
>>77382592Triton would be cool, but there's a lot of cool aquatic names depending on what he's like personally.Oh and damn, he deeply loves all of his brothers, on top of the disillusionment, that's some heavy shit
>>77382597I vote for Vasco Shek>>77382652I like it
>>77382642>Warfare/TacticsHis specialty is small-scale warfare, which is why he never managed to fully conquer his homeworld. Every time he managed to make headway, sabotage and insurrection would set him back, over and over again.>SwordsmanshipHe at least prefers to give his enemies the closest thing to a fighting chance he can.
>>77382664Maybe a collective Google document, cause yeah these threads are going to become completely unreadable before too long.
>>77382652Triton Agenor is a very cool name, I like it too.How'd his meeting with the Emperor go, and what did he think of him after the fact?
Rolled 1 (1d100)>>77382691>>SwordsmanshipSo its obviously his weapon's gonna be a power trident right?
Adding to his name and body dimorphism maybe he wants/yearns to be more awuatic/live under the ocean and feels slightly uncomfortable on land and/or he can breath underwater indefinitely, or something along those lines
>>77382715Of course.>Expected his arrivalHe was waiting for the Emperor when he made planetfall and likely swore loyalty just to finally bring an end to this meaningless war... only for it to resume the minute he was gone on the Crusade.
>>77382724Makes sense, he could have added himself cybernetics which would help living underwater
>>77382724That makes sense, he wants to escape into the water and spent massive amounts of time diving before the Emperor arrived. Mostly to dispose of sea mines, of course, but he did find some solace in the quiet.
>>77382743>>77382715I move that he be armed as the roman gladiator, with trident and throwing net.
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>77382724>Legion's homebase is an underwater fortress>Triton doesn't feel comfortable outside of confined spaces>yearns to be one with the ocean>enjoys the crusade because space is just the ocean of the sky
Rolled 74 (1d100)>hardcore incan !not!guilliman>scheming venetian petty emperor>punished trident manThese are some cool-ass primarchs so far.
>>77382745>>77382757>x% is his DNA is from an aquatic/fish animal in the vein of x% of Russ DNA being Wolfe Wolfie wolven wolves
>>77382776>Likes the Emperor, but loyalty lies with the Imperium>>77382783He was close friends to a Custodes.
Rolled 55, 49, 76 = 180 (3d100)>>77382776
Perhaps a heavily armored version of pic related with a archotech Pauldron shield, net and trident
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13s46zwt9_sfnsS6Qmp5mQGWSnbuR8Pdltgi5HG2xdKI/edit?usp=sharingMade a doc that can be commented in. Editable might be a bad idea, because it's easy to grief. Without it being fixable.
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>77382785
>>77382374More ideas: Alive>alive but in stasis>alive but is contained somewhere>returned from the dead (in this case roll for case of death)>alive but is no longer himself (Daemon Prince/Dreadnaught/Legion of the Damned/Sanguinor-like avatar)dead: >killed post Heresy by enemy>betrayed and killed post Heresy by allies/his own legion >death by galactic catastrophe, >death by his own experiments, gone wrong Unknown:>there is conflicting and not 100% confirmed information whether he is truly dead or aliveAlso call me gay but I think these things should be put on 1d4chan once fully compiled and have their kinks ironed out. We made something nice and it can be reused for later threads.
>>77382823He was a rival to a Daemon Prince of Nurgle.His legion's loyalty was passive toward him.
>>77382849>Outmaneuvering the EnemyJust like back on the waves
>>77382849>surfs/swims behins youNothing personal chaos filth
>>77382843I was thinking full-on cyber-retarius>>77382847Having it be commentable is a good idea.
Rolled 46 (1d100)>>77382881>Inb4 he falls to Chaos because Slaanesh promises that he cane be the Perfect Merman
Rolled 86, 31, 66 = 183 (3d100)>>77382843Fuck yeah>>77382855
>>77382816literally 3rd time this result
First thing in found when I googled space retarius, looks like a good base for his look but needs to be 40k'ed
Rolled 10 (1d100)>>77382915It's not Big E's fault he's so fucking great
/ourfish/ better not fall to chaos
>>77382916Yeah looks good just needs to be 40k'ed.
>>77382902>Against armoured vehicles and buildingsYeah that makes a fuckton of sense.>>77382904>Extra Exclusive #1>Unique Melee WeaponA power-trident, fucking obviously.>New Consul TypeInteresting, maybe a librarius?
>>77382916Looks neat, but yeah, needs skulls and stuff.
>>77382943Betting Khorne will get him
>>77382954I propose something aquatic. Someone gotta fight the underwater Xenos.
>>77382954Wait I'm retarded, that's not a New Consul Type, that's... >Special Support Squad>>77382927>Chosen Squad
>>77382943>inb4 Nurgle because he just can't take the inhumanity of it all anymore
Rolled 62 (1d100)>>77382954A librarian deviant like a Rune Priest ? Since they have psychic warfare maybe Triton's fine with them being able to become Chapter Master/Captains
Perhaps his ability to fight underwater would translate somewhat to void combat as a extra boon or that's just bullshit
>>77383004>Land-Speeder VariantAmphibious Sea-Speeder.>>77383005Maybe he's better at navigating the "turbulent seas" of the Warp.
Alright, gimme some more 1d100s to see how his Conquest went, and after that...We'll determine his loyalty.>inb4 everyone but Vasco Shek is loyal>there was no Heresy>there was a Secession coinciding with the rise of the Beast and Tyranid emergence
Rolled 33 (1d100)>>77383036
Rolled 99, 33, 23, 12, 3 = 170 (5d100)>>77383036Here you go poor man
>>77383053we were a few seconds of posting time away from getting a 2nd secessionist
Rolled 7, 87, 20 = 114 (3d100)>>77383036Honestly, an unbalanced Heresy could be really quite fun. None of the AU's I've seen really ever break that cultural norm.
>>77383053>SlowHe wanted to take his time, and make sure,>>77383054>Devoted ServantsAnd he made damned sure.>Military Centered Reconstruction>Indirect ruleHe tried his best. Do you guys want to go with straight 23, 12 or roll another for loyalty?
>>77383068Damn, hahaha.>>77383073It really would.
Rolled 41 (1d100)>>77383076roll agen
Rolled 7, 4 = 11 (2d100)>>77383068As the gods will it, so it shall be. Question not their influence over the winds and whims of chance, young one. Merely keep rolling, for it is our offering upon the temple altar of the void.
We'll divide it between the two- because it's the same result with 3 or 7>>77383054>Loyal>>77383073>Ambushed enemy legion, doing a lot of damageThat makes sense.
Let's sum everything up for Primarch #6, gimme a minute to figure that out and then we'll be cooking some fish fry
Rolled 12, 11, 5 = 28 (3d20)Based you summarise and I'll take over soem of the rolling
Rolled 97, 20, 88 = 205 (3d100)>>77383168Fuck yeah
>>7738316812 Primarch11th Found> Empath>>77383179Outer RimEastHigh star density
I'm just gonna throw my Herr Koloss from the old thread in here>>77375551
Rolled 88, 54 = 142 (2d100)>>77383216lotts high density systems here ive noticed.
>>77383242I guess we're pretty dense> Death World> Earth Sized> DEATH WORLD
Rolled 13, 94, 6 = 113 (3d100)>>77383275DETHWERLD DETHWERLD KILL KILL KILL
Rolled 54 (1d100)>>77383216>>77383313This is gonna be our Angron isn't it ?
>>77383313Death for the death world, skulls for the skull throne> Unusually Lush (again???)> Freezing> Water WorldIt's a frozen Ice-ball
>>77383308Accidentally missed some things,>The Primarch of the 6th Legion was the 16th to be found>He suffered from Body Dysmorphia, specialized in Tactical Warfare, and preferred to use a power trident in combat, to give his enemies the closest thing to a fair chance he could. His upbringing caused him to develop a Bitter personality alongside his Just inclinations.>His homeworld was in the Inner Rim, to the West, and he conquered to the North-West High>It was mercury-sized, unusually lush, of moderate temperature and planetwide ocean>It was a Fortress World whose predominant culture resembled 1984, in a fractured, Heavily Centralised Monarchy embroiled in war with Communist economics, and he remains unattached to it>He was adopted by a family of craftsmen and disdained them>When the Emperor found him, his conquest of his homeworld was partially finished and he expected his arrival. After meeting his brothers, he deeply loved all of them.>He liked the Emperor but was loyal to the Imperium before him>His defining struggle was one of Conquest, in brutal war to unify his homeworld.>Pre-Heresy, his greatest Friend was a Custodes on Terra, and his greatest Rival was a Daemon Prince of Nurgle.>His legion is Passive to him, specializes in Out-Maneuvering the enemy, and fills a Siege combat niche>They have a Unique Melee Weapon, a power-trident after their primarch, and an amphibious Land-Speeder Variant, which they employ extensively>During the Crusade, his conquest was Slow and methodical, ensuring Devoted loyalty of conquered populations and overseeing careful Military Reconstruction, which he oversaw indirectly>During the Horus Heresy, he remained loyal to the Emperor, despite overwhelming temptation from Chaos to embrace his "true form," and ambushed an enemy legion, inflicting massive damage
>>77383350> Ancient Perssian culturethese niggers live on an ice world. The only food there is are the giant beasts which from time to time tear their way trough the ice layer... you have to hunt kaiju for food.They became ice perssians.
The Primarchs so far:Primarch #2 >>77381694Vasco Shek. Secessionist.Primarch #6 >>77383354Triton Agenor. Loyalist.Primarch #13 >>77380747Apaec. Loyalist.
Rolled 97 (1d100)>>77383366>War Mammoths YES
>>77383354Name of Legion?I propose: Submarines
Rolled 14, 90 = 104 (2d100)>>77383352Frozen death world? Welcome to Hoth, but there's billions of Wampas, Remorhazes, frost dragons and crazed Inuit-devils, all feasting off "deepwater" volcanic vents producing plankton which feeds bigass herbivores until they're the size of Battle Barges, upon which all feast in a frenzy of blood on, in, under and above the ice.
>>77383308I'd thrown in a few extras>yearns to be submerged in the sea during space travel>personal command ship has a huge aquarium
>>77383366Only the hardest of cores are worthy to be shattered
>>77383382> Grew up in the wildI wonder if there even are people on this death world. Maybe he was the only human, tarzan style?
>>77383366They only come up to breathe every year or so, and when they do everything on the planet goes absolutely apeshit trying to get their piece.
>>77383390Right. Here goes->The Primarch of the 6th Legion was the 16th to be found>He suffered from Body Dysmorphia, yearning to be submerged into the sea and becoming as close to it as possible, specialized in Tactical Warfare, and preferred to use a power trident in combat, to give his enemies the closest thing to a fair chance he could. His upbringing caused him to develop a Bitter personality alongside his Just inclinations.>His homeworld was in the Inner Rim, to the West, and he conquered to the North-West High>It was mercury-sized, unusually lush, of moderate temperature and planetwide ocean>It was a Fortress World whose predominant culture resembled 1984, in a fractured, Heavily Centralised Monarchy embroiled in war with Communist economics, and he remains unattached to it>He was adopted by a family of craftsmen and disdained them>When the Emperor found him, his conquest of his homeworld was partially finished and he expected his arrival. After meeting his brothers, he deeply loved all of them.>He liked the Emperor but was loyal to the Imperium before him>His defining struggle was one of Conquest, in brutal war to unify his homeworld.>Pre-Heresy, his greatest Friend was a Custodes on Terra, and his greatest Rival was a Daemon Prince of Nurgle.>His legion is Passive to him, specializes in Out-Maneuvering the enemy, and fills a Siege combat niche>They have a Unique Melee Weapon, a power-trident after their primarch, and an amphibious Land-Speeder Variant, which they employ extensively>During the Crusade, his conquest was Slow and methodical, ensuring Devoted loyalty of conquered populations and overseeing careful Military Reconstruction, which he oversaw indirectly>During the Horus Heresy, he remained loyal to the Emperor, despite overwhelming temptation from Chaos to embrace his "true form," and ambushed an enemy legion, inflicting massive damage
>>77383352>unusually lush>freezing>water worldOh, so it's a Europa-esque planet with a nightmarish deep sea ecosystem centered around hellish hydrothermal vents and constant hypercompetitive Darwinian pressure.
>>77383388He had a deep love and familial bond to the wilderness that he grew in. He was also jealous of another primarch, but which one, and why?
>>77383431Perfect thanks anon
>>77383388> skipping parents/siblings> Conquered Homeworld and a few surroundign systemsEmerging from the wilderness a grown adult he rallied the few humans existent on thisp lanet and united both them and the planet soon conquering nearby planets.> Relatively Stable Pre ConquestThis nigga is like Xerxes
>>77383385Just gonna toss out some other names for shits>Moon Sharks>Imperial Tridents>Astral Sailors>Space Krakens
>>77383462>The Pontic Legion
Rolled 25 (1d100)>>77383459>Like XerxesSo that's just what we're calling him right?
>>77383456Don't mention it my man. Who's your favourite primarch so far? I'm leaning toward Vasco, the fucking bastard staged a one-legion Istvaan and tried to forge his own Empire during the Heresy, when he was among, if not the, closest to the Emperor.
Rolled 76, 82, 9 = 167 (3d100)>>77383459It's stable...... because there's no one there who dares try to impose their will on this madhouse icebox ecosystem. (until now)
>>77383385Roboute will sue your ass for that move pal
>>77383462Imperial Tridents gets my vote
>>77383462>Astral SailorsWhy call them Astral Sailors, when you could call them just call them Astronauts. You know, "Star Sailors"?
>>77383490Now that's a hard one, I'm personally most partial to /ourfish/ and the space Venetian, cant wait to see how the rest of the primarchs turn out
>>77383486>Standard wealth>>77383494>Disdainful of homeworldI wonder why he would be...>Democracy>XenophileNow that's peculiar
>>77383490The Jaguar, he just seems fairly straightfoward and I appreciate that. Though Vasco and Triton are pretty great.
>>77383533Apaec was a baller himself, to be fair.
Rolled 61, 79 = 140 (2d100)>>77383539Ooh, we got ourselves a weird one. This ought to be fun.
>>77383486>>77383494> Standard wealth (pretty good for a death world)> Distainful of homeworldMaybe he thinks he'd conquer stuff even faster if not trapped on a frozen hellhole?> Internal Politics does not apply, was disjointed> Struggle: Prophecy Oy vey> No major Injuries
Rolled 14 (1d100)>>77383539>>Democracy>>XenophileHe grew up on a death world with hardly anyone else around and he's an empath. He cares about people and trusts that humanity wants what's best for eachother.
>>77383578> Paranoid> HedonisticAnother hedonist. Probs has fashion show-offs with Vasco
>>77383598>>77383539I think we are a bit lost with which do we continue? >>77383579>>77383598
>>77383579You skipped over a little bit my man>>77383578>CapitalistCapitalizing on tube-worm kaiju>Heavily CentralisedQuite possibly due to our primarch's efforts
>>77383583Either that or he's empathic to the various beasties that want to kill everything, as a defense mechanism to keep from dying.
>>77383598I guess the constant stress felt by the people of his homeworld felt due to the constant threat of horrible death rubbed off on the empath, leaving him with an overtuned sense of caution and distrust of the natural world.
>>77383490>Vasco manages to glimpse at the Canon timeline with Horus>Sees Horus' attempt at the Dropsite Massacre/Istvaan III>"Pathetic. All that manpower and he still let many escape. Even though we're separated by alternate timelines I'm still embarrassed to be related to him."
>>77383636That was on purpose. It's a death world. it had no governament pre conquestit makes no sense.
>>77383623Anon >>77383579 accidentally missed the planet section which I think >>77383494 would've applied to. So that means...>>77383583>ConquestWas his defining struggle. It probably involved a lot more butchering kaiju than strategy, but then he managed to conquer a few neighboring star systems... Maybe he ran into a Minor Xenos empire reminiscent of the monsters he had to fight?
>>77383660Don't Death Worlds have a small population though? It's possible some form of government could have sprung up.
Rolled 29, 88, 19 = 136 (3d100)>>77383668>they came to harvest our monsters>i made sure they got their fill>the great ones shall feed, and we shall grow strong from their corpses, as ever it was
>>77383660True, I hadn't realized though... if they're sophisticated enough to be Space Persians, they've probably got a couple of semi-stable regions. Maybe their civilization consisted of nomadic tent cities accompanied by hunter-legions, only meeting together to feud or trade worm blubber.
>>77383660Not necessarily. Given the rolls of "Democracy" and "Xenophile", I could see isolated communities living in hard-won enclaves within the icy crust of the world, between the wretched surface ecosystem and the horrid undersea ecosystem, constantly pushing back against the nightmare and always enthusiastic to hear that their sister cities hadn't yet fallen to the monstrosities across the planet.
>>77383706>No injury>Bitter>Arbitrary So he probably doesn't get along with Aepac or Triton
>>77383579>>77383668Since there was some confusion there, let's merge Prophecy and Conquest into a single defining struggle and then move on.>>77383706>No major injuries>Bitter>JustThat's identical to Triton, which is interesting- why would he have grown Bitter, and how did his sense of Justice impact his expansion? Did he discover a species of annelid Xenos that was committing centuries of unspeakable horror to humans on their own planets, and then struggle to destroy their pocket empire with massive casualties before the Emperor arrived, too late to do any help?
>>77383797Sounds like he's as cold and changeable as his crazy ass planet. Successful though, cause he clearly mastered it if he's uninjured.
>>77383799I imagine prior to his conquest he was a bit like Big E. He watched the humans of the world from afar. He came to love them for their ideals and their freedom. But watching monsters claw at them day after day. Week after week. Year after year, he just became jaded. His justness comes wanting to protect.
>>77383797Arbitrary's 21-30 man. I'm honestly leaning to the idea of him having to expand, and then exterminate a species of Xenos that had enslaved a few planets' worth of humans for heinous reasons, and wasn't able to be helped by the Emperor in time to save the lives of millions, potentially billions. Imagine seeing some Age of Strife horror as an Empath capable of sensing their emotions, and then knowing that he could've stopped it, if only he acted sooner.
Rolled 21, 73, 100, 25, 40 = 259 (5d100)some dice shall fall
Rolled 27, 9, 26 = 62 (3d100)>>77383834Primarch Traumatic Stress Disorders: The Heresy
>>77383842Yeah I realized I looked at the wrong after my post went through. Whoops
>>77383843>Warfare, Tactics>Melee with specialized weaponHe rallied the tribes to hunt the kaiju and has a preference for a specific type of weapon... What is it?>Aggressive to the Emperor>Likes the Emperor, but loyal to the EmpireI wonder how the fuck that went>Friend with an Astartes of his own legion
>>77383883Maybe like the emps v manus match
>>77383883Maybe while he entered open warfare with the Emperor he slowly noticed that he was going easy on him sparing thel ives of many he could easily have cruhed which gave him respect?
>>77383862That's all cool man, ice-cool>>77383855>Rival to a Xenos CommanderYEAH it all ties together>Legion has Fanatical loyalty>Armoured Assault
>>77383902>>77383903Very possible, or maybe after fighting a pitched losing campaign against the Xenos, he assumed the Imperium's warfleet were another species come to melt and defile his people in their flesh-vats.
Rolled 86, 83 = 169 (2d100)>>77383907
Rolled 43 (1d100)>>77383883I imagine it'd be a polearm since that's a simplistic hunting weapon and Persians were notorious for them. >>77383855>Xenos Commander>Legion is Fanatical>Armored assaultIt was when the Emperor showed him his Legion, he realized there was such an easier way to kill kaiju. Fucking tanks
>Likes the Emperor, but loyal to the EmpireAlso damn, the only one not to place the Imperium over the Emperor was Vasco, and he straight seceded.
We need a new thread soon
>>77383955Hopefully we can finish up Xerxes up before this thread dies and start a new thread with a fresh primarch
>>77383938>Particular XenosThey really, really fucking hate Minor Xenos.>Unique VoidshipsThat's interesting.>>77383944>Veteran Assault SquadI'm thinking he uses a sort of bladed-lance harpoon
>>77383955Wow yeah, this went by fast as hell. We definitely need a repositiry for what weve done already, or the entire first half of each thread will just be retention posts.
Rolled 9, 50, 57 = 116 (3d100)>>77383948Well who knows maybe something happens to this poor Primarch that makes him a traitor.
>>77383955Yeah I'll summarize Primarch #12 and then post a new OP once I've gotten some dinner, or summarize when someone else has. Should I screencap or should we crosslink the posts?
>>77383998Aye we need a traitor goddamit!
>>77384022The gods choose whom they will, not whom we would have serve. Patience, and all will be revealed in time.
>>77383998> Dissapoitingly Slow conquestKinda sad he was the first primarch to conquer other systems in his prelude. Must be hostile space> Standard Loyalty> Rebuilding: As good as before
Someone save the thread
>>77383998>Rhino VariantThey really like their APCs in this timeline>Standard speed of conquestHe was probably teased by Vasco.>Standard loyalty of conquered populations>>77384022>inb4 he discovers cherubim and, remembering the hook-spider haemonculi, decides that's a step too far
>>77384015Screencaps are probably more useful than crosslinks, I'd say.
Ignore >>77384058, this >>77384046 was in the right. He probably did a fuckton of intense fighting.
>>77383998>Conquest was disappointingly slow>Conquered space loyalty was standard>He left it as good as it was before
>>77384022Prev thread had all primarchs go traitor tho.
Rolled 99, 31 = 130 (2d100)
Rolled 53, 23, 42 = 118 (3d100)>>77384046>>77384088So hopefully this means we'll get a good mix next thread
>>77384093>Dictatorial ruleHe wanted to be sure the Xenos wouldn't defile them any more>LoyalistWhen the Heresy came, he fought for the Emperor, so as not to see everything he built crumble in a haze of seething madness.It may seem like a lot of loyalists, but keep in mind, there's only been four primarchs so far, and of the four, only three were loyalist, and one was a secessionist.
>>77384093>Direct Control >Loyalist>>77384101>infiltrated an enemy region
>>77384093> Dictatorial RuleSome things don't Change> Loyalist> Infiltrated Enemy Legion
>>77384101>Infiltrated enemy regionThe madman counter-invaded the heretics using his armoured legion.
Are we sure we want to call him Xerxes, or do any of you guys have another idea? It's a cool name, make no mistake, I just want to be sure before we start the summary.
>>77384155I like the name. What about Legion name?Ice Lions maybe?
>>77384155I'm fine with Xerxes. I feel like it fits
>>77384155Personally I'm not a fan of literally using IRL names for shit, but that's just me.
>>77384174Artic Warriors is my suggestion
>>77384155Sounds good to me
>>77384174If we're going Persian maybe Arctic Cataphracts?
>>77384174Did we even give the Pizzeria Primarch's legion a name?
>>77384212Oooh, this one's nice.>>77384215Someone said "Orcus Fury"
>>77384174Xerxes had his heavy guard - Immortals, so something like Ice Immortals or Eternal Frostguard would be fitting.
>>77384212Anything with Frost, Avalanche, Snow Blindness, Frostbite, "skin blackening as the flesh freezes off", "the deadly emptiness", "the shattering movement of ice floes", "nuclear powered icebreakers" etc inspire anything with you guys?
>>77384256Immortal Frostguard sounds cool to me
>>77384305>>77384256Compromise: Frostguard Cataphracts, commonly refered to as the Immortals?
>>77384389just Frost Cataphracts sounds better.
Rolled 89 (1d100)We were missing one dice for Legion gear
>>77383275> Death World> Earth Sized> Unusually Lush (again???)> Freezing> Water World> Grew up in the wild> Conquered Homeworld and a few surroundign systems> Relatively Stable Pre Conquest>Standard wealth>Disdainful of homeworld>Democracy>Xenophile> Internal Politics does not apply, was disjointed> Struggle: Prophecy/Conquest>No major injuries>Bitter>Just>Warfare, Tactics>Melee with specialized weapon>Aggressive to the Emperor>Likes the Emperor, but loyal to the Empire>Friend with an Astartes of his own legion>Rival to a Xenos Commander>Legion has Fanatical loyalty>Armoured Assault>Rhino Variant> Dissapoitingly Slow conquest> Standard Loyalty> Rebuilding: As good as before>Direct Control>Loyalist>infiltrated an enemy region
>>77384410Thunderfrost? Like the thundering of hooves?
>>77384462This our cue sign for new thread or starting one last guy here?
>>77384389>>77384410I'll second for Frost Cataphracts
>The Primarch of the 12th Legion was the 11th to be Found>He had an Empath deeply sympathetic to the plight of his fellow man, specialized in Tactical Warfare, and preferred to use a powered harpoon-lance in combat after his experience hunting the kaiju of his home planet.>His homeworld was in the Outer Rim to the East with High Star Density.>It was earth-sized, unusually lush, of freezing climate, and planetwide ocean, rendering it an iceball with an ocean reminiscent of europa in Sol. It was a death world of terrible conditions, were macrofauna of monstrous proportions sought to consume everything and each other in a brutal seasonal cycle.>Its predominant culture resembled the persians of ancient Terra, their Heavily-Centralised, where possible, tent-cities and enclaves existed in a Relatively Stable Democracy under a Capitalist system, and he disdains his homeworld to date.>He lived in the wilderness, learning to fend for himself, and receiving a prophecy of abominations descending from the stars to consume humanity, rallied the clans under his fist and formed a limited interplanetary empire just in time for the invasion of a wormlike minor xenos species, who kept humans as chattel to dissolve them in flesh vats>A pitched campaign of mutual extermination ensued and only due to his tactical instincts did they manage to survive the initial waves, form a desperate, crude fleet, and retaliate, reclaiming a handful of systems. It was clear that if the war continued his empire would be doomed but he fought on and when the Emperor arrived, mistook him for another xenos species and retaliated.>cont
>>77384482Probably should start new guy on the new thread. Hopefully we’ll get a secessionist or traitor this time around
>>77384485It's not a bad name, but boy is that ever a lot of syllables to string together. Doesn't feel good on the tongue.
>>77384494>After a onesided but vicious fleet combat, they realized the mistake they'd made and joined the remains of their fleets together, bonding over the extermination of the xenos.>Pre-Heresy, his greatest Friend was an Astartes of his own legion, and his greatest Rival was a xenos commander, the leader of the xenos who nearly destroyed his homeworld.>His legion is Fanatically loyal to him, specializes in Armoured Assault, and is specialized in Anti-Xenos operations.>They have a Rhino Variant which they employ extensively, and a Dreadnaught variant, whose interred members they revere.>During the Crusade, his conquest was Disappointingly Slow and vicious, ensuring standard loyalty of conquered populations and restoring them to how they were before the xenos conquered them, a process he insisted on overseeing with dictatorial authority>During the Horus Heresy, he remained loyal to the Emperor and counter-invaded the heretic's territory.
>>77384485>>77384505I feel like Arctic Cataphracts is cooler, but that's just me.>>77384503You guys can do either or, I've got to finish what I'm cooking real fast but I'll be back. What should we archive the thread as?
>>77384535/tg/ Primarchs or The Fa/tg/uy Heresy
>>77384572I think both of those are already there. Maybe Primarch Rolling Thread #1 would be a good call, or maybe too simple but I'll leave it to your discretion- you guys know your shit.
>>77384589Primarch Rolling Thread #1 works. Makes it easy
>>77384535+1 to Arctic Cataphracts Sounds like some indie rock band name which is extra cool.Shit someone needs to save our primarch creation template.
>>77384535It is a cooler name, but the C - C sound between the two words is kinda awkward. You wind up sounding like you're making clicking noises, haha.
New thread: >>77384610
Here's the Primarch Summary so far you guys, I'm going to go ahead and archive it as Primarch Rolling Thread #1 unless someone else already has when I check suptg, then I'm going to finish dinner and be back to you guys sometime in half an hour to an hour or so.
>>77384624Get into the new thread!>>77384684Seems fine. Make sure to add a unique tag like PrimarchRolling