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So...we appear to have uncovered some....interesting information about one of our Assassins....perhaps we should question him about this. It's somewhat of an important fact.
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>>44591643
You didn't think Nyzart would let you go off without someone watching you, did you?
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>Bringing the water canteen.
What did I mi-

E-eta?
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>>44591669
>both Plasma and Bolter pistol drawn and pointed
Now there was something sketchy about you- well damn, SKETCHIER.
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>>44591669
Honestly? Yes. But it's nice that he cares, it's why he cares that I can't comprehend.....
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>>44591669
B-but how? You... you drank back at praetoria! Necrons don't drink!
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>>44591720
Nope. I had a reservoir built in to help with the disguise.
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>>44591720
I would put my head into the palms of my hannds was I not holding two pistols...
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>>44591752
You even knew how to perfectly act drunk.

>Aims boltgun as well.

Which makes you a good liar.
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>>44591791
Yeah, that was, uh... they did something to my circuits to emulate inebriation when I'm exposed to alcohol.
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>>44591669
Well, as yer don't need me, I be carvin' me a new eye.
>>44591675
Thank yer. Can I use that 'ta clean the socket before I go?
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>>44591832
That could as well be another lie as far as I know.
>Hasn't lowered her gun.
What is it you want of us and how does Nyzart know of the Vindicare temple?
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>>44591791
>>44591832
You know, we should have suspected something when we another 'Assassin' just popped up out of the blue.

And I knew of it the whole time HUE HUE HUE.
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>>44591853
Y-yes, take it.
>Hands the canteen.
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>>44591832
>>44591877
>>44591895

Assassin, shot him down and let's be done with it...
ACTUALLY WAIT! You fooled my powers, how did you!? You colossal metal cunt I swear...
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>>44591877
I don't know. He just said "Keep them from fucking themselves over too bad" and left to talk to the inquisitor. What was I supposed to do, deny my phaeron's orders?
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>Greely, meanwhile, is looking into getting some metal parts of his own.

"Well, Throne Agent, we're going to have to remove the whole arm, and with the supports we put in, we may as well do the other one. Make it nice and symmetrical."

>Notices his metal foot

"Actually, would you be interested in an interesting proposal? We have an augmetic process we would like to try out on someone who will actually use it in field, and not just a guinea pig."

I totally am asking for this.
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>>44591902
Thanks. Well, that gave me a few ideas...
>limps to where he left his statuettes
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>>44591643
>has finally made it back to the current imperium command post after having his entire Regiment wiped out, shot in the thigh by a civilian, and after having tossed back into the train tunnels by a presumed Ogryn

I am entirely done with to-... What's going on here?
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>>44591921
B-but...didn't they ask you Mr. G. Jensen?

>>44591951
Turned out Eta was a Necron the whole time.
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>>44591912
Calm your thrist of death, ma'am. Nyzart is suppossedly an ally of the Imperium. I'll wait for the Interrogator to whose retinue I'm issued at to order me what to do with him.
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>>44592010
Your interrogator a bitch.
Of the Valhallan too.
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>>44592008
Well that explains why his ass was so hard to carr-.... FUCK! Really?
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>>44592038
>Says nothing, neither affirming nor denying anything.
>"I know it's not too late for her to get back to her old self yet..."
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>>44592010
Well Greely, as the Ordo Xenos expert, will probably say that we should let him live, to keep relations with Nyzart, so lets go with that until he says otherwise.

>>44592047
Mhm, if you think that's weird, we used to have a Necron...Phaeron...who was posing as a Techpriest.
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>>44591921
Uh, I know all about how fond you mechanicus guys are of gelding, and i'm kind of attached to "lil greely," so..

>the mechanicus makes an annoyed chriupping noise

You really think we geld all our Skitarri? Believe it or not, our faith really isn't that big a draw to the average imperial citizen, and replacements are hard to come by.

>Greely exhales.

Let me think about it. I'm going to go see if our sniper is alright.

>>44592008
like I said i am totally asking for this
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>>44592155
Shit, is that how he did it? Nyzart always was a suave motherfucker.
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>>44592155
And said phaeron is the boss of this one.
>She's lowering her gun now.
He was always very polite though.

Returning ti the current subject, he's still blind.
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>>44592212
Not exactly sure how that happened, but yes.
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>walks back up, still minus an arm.

So, how's Three-oh-two do -

sees >>44591669

Well, fuck me.
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>>44592108
Oooh, weakspot, aye?
>>44592173
Whateverr really.
>aims the plasma weapon
I heard you Necrons can come back from the dead, I wonder how many times do I have to kill you... I hope a lot, but my bet is on 5.
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>>44592173
Aye, although we eventually found out, but in his defense he did get knocked ou-....temporarily shut do-....knocked out by...something, I can't remember what.

>>44592212
>>44592222
Erm.....Eta, don't Necrons have some sort of 'Repair Protocol'?
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>>44592237
>Looks at Anna then turns towards Alice.
Permission to send the Xeno to the mechanicus priests quietly and without drawing Battlegroup Vympel's attention?
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>>44592237
>>44592287
Not this far from a spyder. I might have to do some field repairs. Does anyone have any twine?
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>>44592298
>>44592287
... maybe I am missing sometthing like WHY THE FUCK ARE WE NOT FIRING.
Like, I am NOT because I know if I do then you will be all "hurr Anna shot first" and it is booorring.
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>>44592298
>>44592230
>Alice shrugs at LIX's request then gestures to Greely.
Ey Greely, what do you reckon we do about Eta? I said leave him, since it'd keep Nyzart on side but....

>>44592306
Erm....I might have some on my rucksack.
>Alice walks back inside the Town Hall and returns with the aforementioned twine.
H-here you...go...

>>44592352
See what Greely says, he speaks for Verasii on matters related to Nyzart.
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>>44592352
Probably because by being a... servant? Of Nyzart he's technically an Ally until he attacks a loyal Imperial Citizen or your own inquisitor who signed Nyzart as Ally says otherwise.
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>>44592391
Are you actually holding out twine? I can't tell because I'm blind. Also it was a joke.
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>>44592391
>>44592395
This is so dumb, coming from the friendly firre happy Interrogator, but whatever.
>lowers her weaponry
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>>44592435
Yes? Necron tech is really advanced, wouldn't be surprised if you could make it work, see a lot of stranger things...

>>44592462
You seen in one case, someone tells me to kill someone, in the other case, someone else tells me to not kill someone.
The similarity is that they both have bigger 'imaginary hats' than me.
Besides, friendlier than half the muppets I'm surrounded with anyway.
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>>44592555
Don't try psicholostuffy on me Lady Wellesley, I won't understand it.
You still a bitch.
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>>44592555
>LIX sighs relieved and whispers more to herself than to anyone "You did the right thing this time."

With your permission, unless there's anything else to say, I'll take the Xeno to the mechanicus priests to see if they can fix his... visual problem.
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>>44592585
>Mumbles quietly to himself while he goes to get his las would properly treated

Seems like somebody has some unresolved issues...
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>>44592585
No, really, in both cases, someone infinitely more important than myself tell me to either kill, or not kill a specific faction or group.
And yes, being shot at by Necrons really would be more deserving of the term 'friendly fire' than dealing with the rank and file.

Besides, if I WAS Teamkill happy, I'd be helping Vympel with their job.
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>meanwhile, in Commoragh
If you don't know where to find the haemonculus you should at least know how to find him. Remember, your life is hinging on this.
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>>44592666
I CAN HEAR YOU GUARD!
Or rather, I knew you would have said it already. Eh. Don't fuck with me.
>>44592668
Weren't you.
I heard you did not even question theirr decision to gas all the civvies in the tunnels.
Innocent civilians. Ohw, it must sting.
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>>44592657
Do we have Techpriests nearby who will actually repair it and -not- try to destroy him?

>>44592717
Mhm, yes, well that -might- have worked if I was a 'Full Trenchcoat' Inquisitor, but I'm not.
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Okay, someone want to explain what in terra's arse is going on here?
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>>44592741
Don't give me that, what if they were Praetorians?
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>>44592746
Are you referring to the situation right now Sir, or the situation in general?
Right now? Minor incident, all under control. In general? Ordo Malleus arrived and are doing as the Ordo Malleus does.
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>>44592746
Sir! Planet Somerius is under attack and apparently one of troops turned out to be a Necron agent SIR!
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>>44592741
I'm afraid we lost nine and churchill in the mass of tech priests when we reunited with the regiment's ship, they all pretty much look the same, but I can keep watch over those who'd do the "operation" if you want.
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>>44592698
I'm not sure if Greely's still around to do this.
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>>44592786
kill everything without even trying to see if the situation can be salvaged?
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>>44592717
I'm sorry Ma'am but I have no idea what you're talking about. I was simply complaining about the las round I received to the side earlier today.
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>>44592782
Well, if they were Praetorians, then I'd still be able to -bugger all-, because someone with a 'bigger hat' decided they needed to die.

>>44592798
Mhm, do so, just make sure they're someone you can trust.

>>44592828
This particular Inquisitor and his Troops appear to follow that belief, yes.
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>>44592793
a-a necron? are you pulling my leg soldier?
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>>44592854
Aye, aye, sir.
>Places Eta's arm around her shoulder.
Come on, let's get you fixed.
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>>44592830
Ah but you WILL complain.
One day.
And I will be there, without you knowing.
>>44592854
Keep pinning it all on your superiors, "Milady", but you were down here and they were not.
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>>44592908
you let your sanctionites speak to you like that interrogator?
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>>44592869
It appears so Sir! Unfortunatly I am not of his or this Regiment and as I am the last remaining member of the 277 Orvustillian Guard Regiment, I shall need to check in about reassignment, so if you'll excuse me Sir.
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>>44592698

I know where to find him. Come on.

>he leads you through the labyrinthine city, the twists and turns seem to go on forever. The various jumps give you a bit of trouble at points, but Eldar agility is no match for superior engineering.

He looks at you, sneering. "And now you're lost without me. So cool it."

what was his name again?The Haemonculus?
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>>44592941
dismissed
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>>44592869
The Trooper is being quite sincere Sir

>>44592908
>>44592935
Not mine Sir, she is on the staff of one Inquisitor Verasii of the Ordo Xenos.
But....eh...it's not really that much of a bother.
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>>44592961
Thank you Sir!
>he would proceed on his way towards the sector command post
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>>44592935
I answer to Inquisitor Verasii... and no-one else.
>>44592967
You wish I wasn't!
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>>44592941
Wait a second Sargent, are you now working for the interrogator?
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>>44592967
Ah, lovely chaps at the Ordo Xenos, if a tad too fond of elaborate disguises.
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>>44592906
>Manages to find a grouo of tech lriests willing to toy with a living necron without breaking it and sets watch over the remainder of the "visual operation" on Eta.
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>>44593046
this phone srsly.
Group of tech priests*
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>>44592990

We'll talk about this attitude of yours later, Acolyte. I don't need you undermining my authority in front of a regiment full of reprobates. Anyway, I need to go see the techpriests.

>Leaves
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>>44593082
>smoke comes out of her ears
>... literally
>fucking psykers
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>>44592998
>He'd stop in his tracks the moment the Inquisitor spoke up, cursing his luck
>"Dammit! I was SO CLOSE..."
>He'd quickly turn to face the inquisitor

No Sir. I threw myself in with an Inqusitorial Lieutenant by name of Jackson and the men of his Penal colonie Regiment shortly after my Regiment was whiped out after planet fall Sir! I have no affiliation with them currently!
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>>44592990
Ach, you're a good person you know.

>>44593038
As you say sir.
>nods.
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>>44593136
that's not disconcerting at all sanctionite.
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>>44593145
Fuck, really? What is with complimetns now!?
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>>44593046
>giving the priests orders as they work
No, not that wire, now I can't hear! What? No, that one enables speech-
>stops talking
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>>44593142
i only stopped you Sargent to say that if you're working for the Inquisition then you have no need to file reassignment orders.
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>>44592958

Anyway, this is the place you wanted to go. feel free to invite yourself in. He just loves unexpected guests..
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>>44593216
Maybe because I....want to? What's wrong with that?

>>44593228
Of that....I have not the foggiest Sir.
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>>44593145
>Raises her hand to her comm-bead.
>Over the interrogator's squad private channel.
I found a bunch of techpriests willing to do the job the way we like it... I swear all these tubes and lens-based eyes and extra mechanical limbs these guys have give me the creeps.

>>44593220
They seem to be having fun too.
>Over the tech priests.
Turn that one step back and follow his instructions already damn it!
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>>44593228
>He'd raise an eyebrow questioningly to this
Sir?
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>>44593259
Nothing. You are wrong, though, but you arre too stupid to understand I guess.
>>44593271
Evil time?
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>>44592958
>>44593235
Something something Belk.
>Nyzart approaches the door and then stops
Why don't you go on ahead first?
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>>44593259
not to worry Interrogator, a flash of a rosette, and a very long trench coat can work wonders in imperial bureaucracy.
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>>44593291
I'm always ready for evil time.
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>>44593308
>MEANWHILE IN THE FAR NORTH
Virmanthras.
I desire to... speak to you.
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>>44593280
one of the few luxurys Inquisitorial work has is a lack of paperwork Sargent, we have scribes for that.
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>>44593296

>Snorts, and inserts his hand into an exposed orifice that eminates a series of groans and farts, summoning some horrific merger of several species parts.

"You wish to see Belk... why should Belk waste his precious time on you?"
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>>44593328
>The ghost is having a hard time keeping his will over the feral heldrake's.
>He is using most of his psyhic potential to keep it going the way he wants.
W-what is it... Amelia?
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>>44593346
I believe that the proper question is, why do I waste my precious time on Belk? It's not for the likes of you to know.
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>>44593291
Not wrong, you're a good person, just don't want to admit it.


>>44593301
Mhm, although I prefer a black uniform and some Carapace myself.
Although if the situation requires it, a suitable disguise is sometimes appropriate, but in this situation it most certainly isn't.
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>>44593351
... why is the pet out of his cage, Virmanthras?
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>>44593374
terribly sorry my dear, I've forgot to ask your ordo?
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>>44593343
>he would stand there for a moment before finally understanding the Inquisitor meaning

Sir, I take it that you are promoting me Sir?
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>>44593385
I've been forced... to move my hand...

They played with our propaganda and kicked me out... of the system... I'm just politely knocking at the door and going back into it... but the beast is proving rebellious even now that it's being sent to kill.
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>>44593362

I ask for Belk, and he will not like your attitude..

>He is still looking at your associate.

Hmm, very well.

>He goes over to the orifice and sticks his hand in for about half a minute., making a series of squelching noises.

You may procede.
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>>44593427
Let it free then... let it to me?
Its rage is so simple, Virmanthras. I wonder why you... meet such problems?
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>>44593422
well, you're risking your life to battle the hidden enemies of mankind, seems only fair.
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does nyzart understand the body language component of the eldar language?
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>>44593459
I can't just let it go... it's our best tool...

And it's will is stronger than what it seems... it's not a simple daemon engine. It's the will of a space marine pilot, a daemon and a machine spirit all at once...
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>>44593414
At present Sir? No Ordo....I think, however I am an Interrogator to an Inquisitor of the Ordo Malleus, and will most likely lean towards said Ordo should I survive to recieve the rank of Inquisitor. A matter of tradition Sir.
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>>44593498
He probably has processors for that, yeah.
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>>44593516

His Body language signifies "that one is of the old enemy. Be on guard."
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>>44593506
Virmanthras...
What were we talking about again?
I have trouble... trouble remembering things. Sometimes I remember two sets of happenings in the same span of time, and sometimes, I forget everything...
Who's is this Alice woman?
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>>44593507
well then, now we all know each other, is there anything else i should know?
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>>44593479
I-I'm not sure I could say that Sir, I only JUST met up with them mere hours ago, and even that was by the chance that a collapsed building would kill what few men were left of my Regiment after planet fall...
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Hello there. I'm sorry to show up that late. A bloodletter serverly damaged me and it took some time to repair and readjust my augmentations.
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>>44593555
are you willing to fight mankind's dark dangers soldier? i can't promise it will be long life, but i give you my word it will make a difference.
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>>44593543
>Is struggling just to keep going on with the beast's control.

Who? I know not of any woman named Alice. (Technically he doesn't know the names of anyone in the regiment)
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>>44593550
About what Sir? The Regiment to which I'm attached?
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>>44593616
i meant any other surprises, like the necron, you haven't got a hive tyrant below have you?
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>>44593612
Weird. I remember this name.
I am sure this Alice woman is out there and... somehow she will save me. From... things.
How childish is this belief. I wonder what's gotten into me... the citizen, Virmanthras?
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>>44593542
>Nyzart does not appear to react immediately, and follows the strange creature.
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>>44593600
Sir my family has been fighting in the Guard since Orvustillia was first brought into the Imperium. So let it never be said that I nor any of my family, wouldn't be willing to fight to the death for the humanity, and the God Emperor of Mankind Sir!
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>>44593640
Um....
>Alice appears to ponder the question for a few moments.
Not with us, no. Although I think there was someone who might have had a dead one.
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>>44593640
Oh an Inquisitor is visiting us. It's a honour my lord. I hope you aren't here to purge us.
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>>44593737
when's Gary coming back by the way?
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>>44593663
Most of the citizens are inti our cause, slecially after the Ordo Malleus dispatched troops at Watcher's Point and executed what is now known as the Watcher's Point Massacre.

I made sure visuals and rumors about it all got scattered over the entire planet...

Arnathrax on the other hand, failed to rescue his set of civillians, but made sure we could use the footage of their deaths and apprehension and the deaths of the soldiers sacrificed trying to... rescue them... be useful for propaganda.
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>>44593721
Then consider yourself part of His most holy Inquisition soldier.
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>>44593671

> He leads you to a large chamber full of similar yet entirely different horrors, There in the middle dances a dark eldar, making various cuts and "adjustments" with a knife to a creature that should not be alive. A series of squelches and groans announce your arrival.

"Excellent then. What a delicious ghost you have brought me, young lad. Loaded with delightful eccentricities."

>He begins playing and phallically teasing with the knife in between his cuts, not looking up from his work.
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>>44593743
As far as I know, he isn't. Seems like an alright chap from first impressions.

>>44593751
After we waste the IW's AFAIK. He's taking a break from being good to REMOVE LOYALIST.
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>>44593775
>out loud
I'm surprised a creature such as you could survive on the energies of a c'tan shard.
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>>44593770
Oh... terrible, terrible indeed. I.. am tired of this all, Virmanthras. We should just crush those guards so that we leave a peaceful planet, and leave.
Oh, don't forget to kidnap an inquisitor though, or two, we need the information on Eldar. Moreover... I am running low on playthings...
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>>44593743
do you need purging quartermaster? dealing with heretical cargo perhaps?
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>>44593839
>steps towards the Inquisitor and whispers.
Ah, the Quartermaster was 'assigned' here by his colleagues of the Death Korps because he didn't die, they believed it Heresy Sir.

Btw, who are you? Are you a regular, or a new guy?
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>has been sitting perfectly still for several hours now
>calculating...
>calculating everything...
>his brothers and the 317 cult militia are growing restless
>an Iron Warrior with an autocannon growls over the vox
>"Lord, just how many probabilities could there be to consider? Surely there are not more than twenty two. When will we attack?"
>his tone is edging insubordination
>Amalek turns his head

When I say so, Haxir. And not a moment before. We shall have only one chance of a flawless execution.

>Haxir huffs in frustration
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>>44593822

Not on most of your kind, no, but I get the feeling you are a special one. So, can I have my Servants get you anything? Perhaps a suck on my cock?

>He begins cackling maniacally, still working on his living bonsai.
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>>44593773
S-Sir! I am honored to accept this position Sir!
>He would proceed to give the man a crisp, firm salute!
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>>44593831
I'm actually trying in breaking them right now, child... the Heldrake is being followed by an army that should be enough to crush their HQ at Watcher's point... but it will take them time to arrive I'm saving that for next monday's thread because of being late here and to have the usual amounts of connected users avaliable for the battle. but I will try to bring you some alive Inquisitorial toys.
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>>44593839
The cargo seemed alright last time I checked and for everything else there is nothing to worry about.
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>chuckles warmly
i'm pulling your leg quatermaster.
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>>44593905
I'm here for the shard, Belk. You know that.
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sorry i've no idea how to black out my text (i'm that new) i just saw the thread like forty minutes ago, and thought it look fun to be honest.
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>>44593921
I see, I... I see...
I am growing tired... no, restless? Eager? I don't know...
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>>44593981
- spoiler text -
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>>44593959

And what do you have to give me in return, old ghost?

>He artfully taps at the flesh, filleting it is places that only make sense to the warped aesthetics of the dark eldar

My god I am having too much fun with this character
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>>44593981
same, though I only joined a few hours ago XD
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>>44593985
>The staff containing the Daemon Prince speaks once more.
I'd say I'm tired of waiting, restless of progress and eager to kill.

If you could just get me out of this staff by the time battle begins I'd promise allegiance to you in the battlefield, sorceress.
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-thanks if it worked-
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>>44594042
[*spoiler] in the beginning and the [*/spoiler] in the end. Of course without *.
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>stands at last, unwrapping himself out of his cloak
>night has fallen, cold darkness has set in

It is time. Advance at all stealth, all of you find vantage points in the shadows, fire on my mark and follow my lead...
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>>44594041
>Amelia cackles, firstly almost inaudibly, then finally bursting into hysterical laughter
You do really, really think you could ever get away with this treachery, daemon? Oh I know how you loathe being into this stuff and rest assured, it pleases me immensely!
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>>44593985
>>44594040

Welcome to penal regiment /tg/ usually threads are done every monday at 2 pm GMT, we have a 1d4chan page and a Steam group to keep things updated for newcomers and members alike. I recommend taking a look at 1d4chan's wikipage, whilst slightly out of date, it contains pretty much all the info you need to know
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take two of not looking like a complete goof
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Rolled 1 (1d100)

>>44594106
you don't mind if I roll for Divination telling me what is going on before you jump on us right?
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>>44594142
kek
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>>44594142
>is too busy foreseeing what will happen to greely if the surgery goes wrong and how to better make it go wrong
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thanks, i think i'm going to go into this blind as the inquisitor im playing may or may not have any idea where he his or how he got there
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>>44594177
make it an interrogator, maybe. we try not to power creep too much, inquisitors are reserved to npc status mostly.
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>>44594119
>The staff roars in disapproval.
I control half your defilers and play with the minds of most of your men, don't try my patience mortal, for I don't have much left.
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RIP.
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>>44594220
You have not much left, and there is not much left of you, too, daemon, you control those daemons because I tell you so. I hope i don' have to remind it to you again!
I guess I am gone for today. Try not to make everything explode.
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>>44594035
Why, I've already brought you a slave.
>gestures to the prisoner
Is there anything else that you desire that does not include my servitude to you?
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>>44594200
who says i'm even an interrogator, none of you have asked for even the slightest proof i am who i say i am
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>>44594142
FOR THE LOVE OF THE GOD EMPEROR PLEASE MIND EXPLODE!!!
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>>44594270
...Clever. Clever.
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>>44594007
my attempt at showing how it worked failed.
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>>44594262
>roars and falls in line... for now...
Good night mate. See you next monday.
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>>44594272
If I had time for it and was not going to bed I would certainly find a suitable phenomena to make happen. I will go with what happens to Anna on a regular basis, spitting blood all over her room and so on.
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>>44594283
i like to think so
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>>44594283
Not that this is that hard. My character confused multipe orks and other xenos for guardsmen multiple times.
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>>44594318
Plz come back to LIX, She has no armour and no tonk. Need to hide her behind Alice....or you know, get her some armour....then hide her behind Alice.
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>Sees the tech priests are akready finishing up tweaking on Eta.
Well. I do believe my pressence here is no longer required. Take a rest... if you do even rest, that is... you can see the world again.
>Goes out of the room, looking for the rest.
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>>44594263

The boy was already mine. I would merely ask a boon, a trifling thing. There is a kabal of Trueborn oafs, the kabal of the electrocuted face. They dare mock my work! Can you imagine? They say it is derivative of D'stala Blorch! I merely need you to deliver this parcel to them. My friends will take care of the rest.

>Indicates a box wrapped in brown paper
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>>44594427
>Alice waves LIX over and gestures to the Thunderhawk.
Oi! C'mere, need to get you some armour!
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>>44594439
If I may ask for directions?
>begins scanning the package for threats to himself
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>>44594470
>mutters "oi! really?"
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>>44594470
OK wait... What exactly is Delta, and why does she have no armour?
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>>44594483

It is full of high-grade explosives of Imperium manufacture. No activator inside, though.

Of course, of course. 231, over here!

>A lumbering man-thing with exceptionally smooth skin lumbers over. He begins writing them on the skin, and with an expert flick of his knife, flenses it and gives it to you.

I will even tell you how to get back to your ship when you return, old ghost. Now where is that lad! I need someone to serve my powdered Q'orl brains while I snort them. Someone... fresh.
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and with that piece of passive aggressiveness i must also be leaving you, in 20:30 am where i am and i need sleepys, been fun guys thanks for having me
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>>44594519
An really emotional callidus assassin who is in a lesbian relation with Alice IIRC
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>>44594470
>Walks towards Alice.
What's the hurry for? We're at friendly territory.
>Unsheathes her C'tan Phase Sword for some seconds.
And it ain't like I'm unarmed or anything
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sorry i miss typed, i meant its 2:30am here, night all
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>>44594505
She is a Praetorian. Space Brits all the way. Also, night mate, was good to have you, hope you'll be back on Monday.

>>44594519
LIX is a Callidus, however battle damage rendered the bodysuit unusable, as battle damage tends to do. So she borrowed a uniform. The problem with this being that while fancy, the uniform offers no protection. It's Carapace time.

>>44594609
I have....one of those 'bad feelings', c'mon, it'll put my mind at ease.
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>>44594643
Alright, alright...

Only some capparace? Damn it I wish the Informal Penance could land already so I could get my spare gear.
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>>44594592
>Nyzart takes the skin and leaves with the package. His dark eldar disguise sports a disgusted expression when he exits the building.
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>>44594715
Oh come on, Carapace isn't so bad, besides, we get the proper stuff, any of the spare sets will do you, get the full set on......might need to ditch the Ponytail to wear the helmet though.....
>Alice prods LIX towards the armour then begins sorting through the weapons onboard the 'Hawk.
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>>44594784
is this good as an alternative, carapace based armor rather than the bodysuit or does it need more armored bits?
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>>44594752

>The way leading to the Kabal's hideout is just as baffling and loopy as the road to Belk's sanctuary was.

>Outside the Kabal's edifice, there are a number of large, clear columns that contain the living heads of a number of alien species, one to a column.

>They are electrified in a way that makes them scream melodies and harmonies pleasing to the ears of this wicked race.

>There is a single dark eldar sitting in a booth right next to the door, controlling the melodies and interacting with the occasional passerby or visitor.
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>>44594871
Normally? Yes. Right now? I'm not sure it would be in stock, maybe there though.

Although in an urban fight, I'd rather have the extra plating errywhere. Especially against Marines.
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>>44594915
We don't know the IW are coming so if this is what nornaly would suffice I think it's all she shoukd be getting.

There. Feeling less worried now?
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>>44594875
Hello? I believe I have a package for you. Not sure who the guy was, but you might want to check it before opening.
>because screw that sick fuck
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>>44594967
Phone why you hate my grammar? ;_;
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>>44594978
Hmm.

>opens it.

Yes, this will do quite nicely, you may want to walk away from here, friend. In a less than suspicious manner.
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>>44595022
>walks away without a word
>heads back to the haemonculus
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>>44594967
IK, but it's one of -those- bad feelings. Of course she ain't gonna tell anyone.[\spoiler]

A....little. I don't know....I just feel...uneasy.
>Alice shivers again then lifts a Stalker Bolter from it's rack.
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>>44595048

>there is a massive fucking explosion that you were barely clear of, that wipes the place off the map.
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>>44595063
Second part wasn't supposed to be spoilered.
Might have to duck our for the night and ask that the IW's be put on Hold until Monday tho. I'm fading, as I imagine a few others are.
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>>44595063
Alright how about I stay a while in your transport? Would that suffice to make you get this feeling get away?
And that way I have an excuse to go to sleep, I'll be heading for bed soon, it's 3:50 AM and I have to wake up early next morning.
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>>44595087
>over communicator, outside speakers have been muted
Fazelah, start up the shuttle. We might have to cut this one a little close.
>"of course, milord."
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>>44595150
>>44595112
I....yes...that would suffice, I think...
>Alice sticks a mag into the new Bolter and grabs a few spares, before seating herself in a jump seat nervously.

Yeah man, I'mma have to head too, -need- to get some sleep tonight. Sorry Garry. You'll hopefully be able to have your moment of evil on Monday. Sleep well everyone.
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>>44595199
don't mind me, just terrible at thinking up names.
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>Belk is standing in the foyer, waiting for you giddily, when you return.

It worked it worked it worked!

>He is overjoyed, extremely happy.

You have to see this! This is the Best Part!

>A video panel displays you, as yourself, delivering the package and the explosion.

Don't you get it, old ghost?
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>>44595217
>LIX ducks into the transport too.

Good night everyone, see you next monday at the usual hour, I'm also sorry Gary but I simply can't stay awake any longer tonight.
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>>44595263
Ah, yes. Clever. I'll be taking the shard now.
I'm fucked
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>>44595317

No you don't. You will be taking the shard, of course, but with the help of a Farseer I was able to record you doing the deed, you naughty naughty old ghost. Well, the help of his eyes and Mel'kyrrith node. He bawled when I took them from him. You've already met him - my latest piece...

But I digress. Do you know, that we share a mutual acquaintance? An overbearing Mon'keigh sow, who has been a constant thorn in my side. And she has people everywhere. Even in Commoragh.
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>>44595408
Indeed? Humans are such fascinating creatures, are they not? Who did she have to strike a deal with to get a man in here?
>Falezah, I need you at these coordinates.
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>>44595513
>it's... Fazelah, my lord.
>right.
So, Belk. I'm curious. What use do you have for a c'tan shard, anyways? They don't have souls to siphon energy from.
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>>44595513

>His minions begin to bring the shard down the staircase.

Your Inquisitor Friend had planted evidence that she and the Electrocuted Face shared a common enemy, one that she was set on playing the old game of "Lets you and him fight" with, as her people call it.

I have no intention of doing you harm, old ghost. But the Kabal of the Tortured Soul needs it's souls to torture, and your world has recently come into a delightful crop of blueberries we'd been grooming for harvest. We will not be denied our spoils.
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>>44595671

Use? It's a trophy, old ghost. A curio.

Do not interfere with the Kabal's harvest, and the Mon'keigh need never know this transpired. Do we have an agreement?

>The shard is placed, along with it's container, on the floor.
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>>44595678
I'm afraid that all tau on Gospyria have been dstroyed. I'd be very happy to give you coordinates for another world. Ravaged by war, tainted by the parasite gods. Your people love the rush of high risks, correct?
hey guys how do you feel about fighting some dark eldar
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>>44595808
Erm....just had to stick my head back in to say plz no. Bloody Dark Eldar in addition to Chaos is too much me thinks. Especially since some people have this bizarre idea of 'saving the planet' IC. Most curious.
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>>44595808

Hmm. You can owe me. I won't show the thing to Verasii if I don't have to - it's too delicious for me to part with otherwise.

>>44595859
Deldar love a good three-way. But you're right. We'll keep them in reserve for now.
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>>44595917
Da. And with this I go back to trying cozy sleep.
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>>44595917

Ah yes, your directions to your landing site. 231!

>he flays the skin from one of the two he had bring the thing down, and hands it to you.

Do you need any help transporting the Shard?

>>44595976
pic related
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>>44595917
Perhaps I won't have to owe you. I believe that you were looking for a certain psyker?
>Nyzart holds out his hand and a hologram of Amelia in SoB armor flickers to life
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>>44596019
Sleep snug Smug.
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>>44596022

Hmm. I do not know her personally, but I already want to lick her brains. I will give you the recording for this, yes.

Dont worry, they won't approach with Chaos so thick on the ground. just observe and stalk
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>>44596098
Excellent. I will take my leave.
> grabs the recording
> four undisguised immortals walk in and pick up the c'tan shard
> the group exits and the whirring of a shuttle can be heard
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Time for me to punch out too. But you haven't seen the last of this villain, I hope. I had a lot of fun doing him.
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>>44596333
I'm gonna get off too, seeing as we're the only two around. Had a lot of fun interacting with him.
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>>44596359
Darn. I just got back too.
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>>44597330
well I could outline my master plan here but no one would see it. :(
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>>44597603
Well the next thing I'm going to do is _________REDACTED______
Then I'm going to ______REDACTED_____
And I'm actually _________________REDACTED_______
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