Got bored /tg/, lets roll us a chapter of the Emperors finest and see how it goes eh?
somebody roll a d10 for why we were founded
Rolled 81 (1d100)
rolling for the most messed up gene-seed the galaxy has ever seen
Ah DAMN! We needed a 90 or more cause ultramrines succesors only have a 10% mutation chance, oh well
we are still flawed so OH WAIT I'm dumb we roll on both tables
d10 for gene seed mutation
...umm, excuse me, but isn't that result kinda bad?
Raven guard kinda already have that minus the red eyes...
It's this or the lack of a secondary heart, either one works for me because both are SERIOUS problems for a space marine.
Opinions? Which of these two should we use? Lost muchranoid or no secondary heart?
Alright, our chapter is cursed with no secondary heart by way of mutation! We make up for our horrible deficiency with extreme cybernetic augmentation!
Alright, now we need a d10 for Chapter flaw
>augmenting worthy hearts for their own use
I'm digging this.
Ok so,(our name HAS to involve hearts now), after a battle our apothecaries remove the hearts of worthy foes be they xenos, chaos or otherwise,augment them and place them where our ordinary second heart would be. These hearts inevitably fail and are replaced by more worthy foes. In addititon, our original secondary heart which is grown but is useless is eaten by its own neophyte in a special ceremony upon becoming scouts
now, d100 for chapter figure of legend
>master of sanctity with the heart of a daemon prince
Distant rule. We are the terrors of the world, we are the savage warriors of the emperor, we are what our world fears most, and they offer their children to sate their true master's, the warriors who take their hearts from their own chests to be devoured
d10 for chapter organization
Damn it, codex adherent... if only your roll had been second cause the other guy got unique organization... all in favor of going with the unique organization instead of the first roll for coolness?
MAybe yea we will develop this better
> Roll Twice on this Chart or choose something truly unusual (i.e., the Chapter has no Scouts, the Chapter’s Veterans are not formed into the 1st Company, etc.)
I'm just saying Chaos corrupts, and while you can take the heart out and replace it you're still going to be tainted.
I like the chapter and they way it's shaping up I just think it fits more renegade rather than loyalist marines (basically like Relictors or something)
WELL, MAYBE, BUT ALSO...
It was a master of samcity, he was SO pious he overcame the corruption. I ALSO say he is still our chapter master/Master of sanctity/Head Librarian cause merging all three just sounds BADASS! Plus I think that daemon heart would make him effectively immortal AND give him psyker powers
For uniqueness I say we only field devastators against those we consider weak, the Reliquary, Librarium and chapter comman are all merged. Most Captains are also either Chaplains or librarians, and our chapter master is all three
look, I thin kit is awesome, but if everyone else finds it stupid it won't be the case... but COME ON!!! He is the leader of all three, the command is completely merged, it just sounds awesome! And it IS truly unique in structure
Sure no devastators, it destroys the hearts to often
I could see it being mary sueish, but we DID roll it and... I can see problems with it. He is constantly fighting the corruption in his heart, and he nearly DIED getting it obviously... we could even put him in a dreadnought, making him the first psyker Dread I know of, as well as chaplain and chapter master. He is not invincible and is stuck in a dreadnought
Let's not get too carried away here, though.
Sick motto >>45376732
The Daemon heart itself isn't too bad, but having it make him immortal and a master psyker would be going too far.
It should merely be an augmented daemon heart. Anything else is too much.
I still think you so much as touch chaos tainted shit like that and it's only a matter of time until you're getting excommunicated with extreme prejudiced and a fuckload of virus bombs
I say we merge this with
The Chapter's ambition to acquire and augment the hearts of the strong will eventually be their downfall, be it through discovery and excommunication by the Inquisition, or the corruption of ever stronger hearts within their breast.
LETS CALM DOWN
ok, yes this is PRETTY renegade but thats fine in my opinion, maybe the Inquis constantly screen them, remember the Excorcists LITERALLY have DAEMONS posess initiates
As awesome as Chaplain, Chapter master/Psyker dread wwould be... ok if thats to mary sueish we can make him not immortal, and not a psyker(I still want him as chapter master in a Dread)
If the Silver Skulls are allowed to fuse one of their scout with a Battle Barge, then why can't the Heart Taker claim a foul deamon heart and beat it into submission with his will and devotion
Right. Perhaps our chapter master can sustain himself against the corrupting power of the warp, but only with great and immense agony. His faith in the emperor is the only thing perpetuating his mind, and each passing decade represents another aspect of his personality/memories that is lost. The highly advanced life support systems of a dreadnought are necessary to combat the warp corruption seething through his flesh.
In addition, the gradual, evergrowing rage boiling inside our chapter master has led him to obsess even further over heart taking. It has come to represent the only possible respite from his torment. For although his faith in the Emprah may sustain him, it has not been able to cure him. He obsesses over driving the chapter to seek greater and greater hearts so that they may all grow strong, and he might find relief.
ALSO As for wierd organization
Our chapter command, reclusiam, and Librarium are all merged.
All captains are also either a chaplain or Librarian, and the Chapter master is currently Also the Master of sanctity
No, just a lot of spare chainfists, its not like we are following any sort of logic at this point
Our chapter, Founded in early M39 from the Gene Seed of the Ultramarines, founded to stop a prophecised threat to the Imperium. However, the normally stable Ultramarines gene seed had some terrible mutation, the secondary heart was made full of tumours and made worthless. In response, as well as developing their chapter around it, thye began to take the hearts of worthy foes and heavilt augment them with cybernetics, placing them in their breast to replace the heart they lost(in addition Neophytes eat their usesless secondary hearts to become scouts). we developed an extreme cult around these practices, and it only grew worse as time wore on. A few centurys after being founded, the current Master of sanctity tangled with a dreaded Daemon prince, who had killed the chapter master before him. In response, the Master of Sanctity tore out the Daemons heart, ripped open his own chest, and subsumed the heart into himself. Though his extreme piety fought and controlled the heart he alone could not hold it, and so he was placed in an honoured dreadnought sarcophagus to sustain his life. He was declared chapter master in addition to the master of sanctity. The chapter has a unique organsiaton, the Reclusiam, librarium and command are all merged, with every captain also being either a Librarian or Chaplain, they also do not field devastators as the heavy weapons are oft to ruin the hearts of even the strong. They specialize in terror, and every marine has a power fist and chainsword in addition to his bolter, with the terminators of the first company deftly wielding their chainfists.
Currently under strength after a vicious campaign, the chapter has been descending rapidly, as their chapter master must take more and more worthy hearts to consume and stop the pain of the daemon heart pounding in his chest, it has become the only way to sate it. They have no allies, and find the hearts of Orks most commonly stong.
THERE, SUMMARY, tell me if I got anything wrong
We need a reason for our chapter master to randomly rip open his own chest and jam a heart in there. What if the previous chapter master went traitor and became THE daemon prince, and the tradition is that the new chapter master always take the old one's primary heart as his secondary?
What we have so far for the rest:
We are the Pector Vendicant; the heart claimers. Our chapter colours are red upon blue.
Our chapter motto:
ONE HEART Of THE PURE! ONE OF THE TAINTIED! WE CARRY BOTH IN OUR BREAST!
is this good for everybody?
I'm thinking something along the lines of this, maybe
The Cardinal Knights/Proctors/ whatevr we name them, are under strenth because chapter master Corazon continuously throws into more and more brutal combat zones, intent on getting ever stronger hearts. This is why they are at about half strength
wouldn't chest be better than breast?
I agree. I also think we should invert some of the colors. The trims should be blue, like how veins are blue through the skin.
SO many chapters than have red as primary though. If the nightlords can have lightning bolts, why don't we have gold veins painted on to show how LOYAL AND PURE we are? Every spehss mahreen needs gold.
OK, with those things being worked on(colors and badge), lets discuss our chapter master
What is his dreadnought loadout? Ifeel like he should have a custom dreadnought weapon of somekind... ideas?
I made a mistake, power fist should be blue.
That way you can see it get nice and bloody.
since we're just talking colour schemes at the moment heres my take on it, the red/blue would be metallic but you can't get that sort of effect on that program
Well, he already has a heart so he doesn't need to extract any more...
How about some kind of power glaive like on the furioso dreadnoughts so he can slice and dice limbs without damaging their hearts so his battle-brothers can use them if they need?
Should have mentioned im not a real drawfriend, so someone should re do these
That's given me a mental image of the chapters apothecaries with scalpels (probably attached to finger tips) and surgical masks (or atleast power armor that doesn't have a mouth) looming over some poor bastard, taking out the heart cleanly then just walking away.
Yea... and their should be blood flowing down the hand....
I mean... cut it up and make it bleed aand I'd be ok with this... I just feel like a hand gripping it makes more sense
Can't these two be combined?
A big gauntlet, squeezing a bloody heart with either gears behind it or coming out of the heart.
toppest of keks
But since the red and blue are derived from the human heart, I feel like it should match those shades of red and blue.
The opinion seems to be generally the darker scheme is superior, so we will go with it. Some one should probably make a 1d4chan page to sit while we fluff the Cardinal knights here
Sure, why not, I prefer the light blue, but I seem to be in the minority
and heres the half and half scheme but the opposite way round
I don't like the pauldron colour but other than that, great job
Certainly an interesting Idea, but i imagine that could get confusing in the midst of battle. Idon;t know, I have casted my vote. Once I see a general consensus I can declare a winner
Alright guys what fluff is next? We have colors, and badge, and special weps. What should we discuss next?
Btw anyone feel free to add fluff, be it writefaggotry, short blurbs, special characters or just short stories here
On the subject of Custom Chapters/Legions, I had a brilliant idea:
>Salamander Renegades that were turned into living multicolored fire within their armor by the energies of a Demon Star.
>Turns out they are actually a Nurglite Warband that symbolizes the fact that death and decay can create something beautiful.
>Anything burned by their flames explodes out of its blackened shell as brilliant multicolored plant-fungi that are utterly lethal and virulent to anyone not blessed by Grandfather Nurgle.
>They have a Cult associated with them called the Cult of the Deadly Bower who, despite being the healthiest Nurgle Cult in existence, grows at an exponential rate due to their sale of 'Healing Draughts' that cure any ailment at cost of 'Your soul belongs to Nurgle now, but if you are good boy he'll reward you by making sure your soul grows into something beautiful in his garden, have fun.'
>Also Beasts of Nurgle love them, they find the Fungi the Marines leave behind delicious, and the members of the Legion and Cult are just really nice to them.
... ooooooooook, moving right along
We should discuss some other important characters, like are there any captains or others worried about the chapters direction? I mean, Corazon has led them for nigh on 3 millenia at this point and they haven't fallen yet... but they are dangerously close. Like, are the common battle brothers acting more like berserkers at this point?
we need a head apothecary.
Maybe he's incredibly old, even by marine standards , probably originally from the Ultramarines, came over when the chapter was formed.
Since he was originally an ultramarine he did have a working second heart, this has long since been replaced by mechanical one of his own creation after very nearly getting killed by some sort of Tyranid.
This is cool, let's expand on him!
Think they are actively watching the Cardinal Knights? Think they intend to pit them and the flesh teasers against one another? Let the dangerous and possibly soon to be renegades destroy eachother? That could be interesting
Chapter is indeed leaning more towards Berserkers as a result of a lack of true leadership since their Master of Sanctity being in his Sarcophagus for so long. A handful Marine Captains in the chapter have felt this and began to assert themselves as more of a figure head to their troops, essentially taking the role of Master of Sanctity in their minds. Some of the Captains do this simply because they want the power that comes with troops being more loyal to them but others truly are trying to save the chapter from devolving into nothing more than berserker brutes.
Perhaps a few Captains don't like this and want to stay more true to their orignal master. So they're currently in a state where they all still work together but at the same time dealing with the issue of what to do about the chapter.
A character I had in mind was Threld, a Captain who has taken many hearts and is one of the of the ones who is in favor of reforming the chapter in senescence of an active Master of Sanctity.
not the guy who came up with him but I like the idea of him using a shock maul, or some sort of big weapon thats used for stunning and then he gets all "rip and tear" using his hands maybe.
I see him more of a chaplain than librarian
I'm the guy and I agree that he's more of a Chaplain but he's more renowned with a bloter rifle that melee. He supresses threats to his brothers that charge in with their melee armaments and then when they need him or there are no threats that could counter the melee fighters he jumps int the fray with his melee weapon.
He cares a lot about his brothers and even though he isn't a hulking brute as some other Captains might be he's known to be more tactical and wise in how he engages the enemy. He's a tough guy with slightly more brain than brawn. But just slightly.
Alma Escura, the chapter master that turned into a deamon prince, he'd been leading the chapter for some 3 centuries before he started to hear a voice in his head, telling him to seek out certain hearts, giving him advice that always lead to victory. Little did he know that the voice was in fact a deamon of Khorne, who planned not only to use the chapter to allow him to enter reality once more, but also turn them into his own personal Astartes.
For over 40 years he guided them, pointing Escura in the directions that would benefit him and his lord, and after a while, began to slowly enter into the body of the chapter master, waiting for its moment to emerge, and drinking in the souls of those slain by the chapter.
Not all within the chapter however where convinced of the purity of their goals. Chaplain Corazón in particular, found the battles the chapter fought in to be interesting, and so began to try and find a pattern within their deployments. He noticed certain things in his research.
He noticed how the chapter would go to worlds that didn't seem to need aid, only for them to arrive just in time for them to meet some foe of the Imperium and catch them unawares, leaving them easy pickings for the chapter.
He noticed how, though they did battle with the numerous agents of chaos, very rarely did they face the servants of the Blood God, and when they did, it seemed to be only when others were in need of there aid to finish off the minions of Khorne.
He noticed how their chapter master had grown in combat prowess, how none could match him in the sparring cages, how no foe seemed to be able to do much but slow him down on the field of battle, and how he had recently taken to drinking the blood of his vanquished foes.
He noticed how many times the number eight came up in battle reports, be they numbers of guard regiments they fought beside, the total number of troops they deployed or even the total death toll.
He noticed the patterns the chapters deployments seemed to make, patterns that looked unusual to Corazón.
He saw all these things, things that may just be coincidences, but if the Chaplain knew one thing it was this: coincidences take a lot of planning.
And so he began to seek out other brothers in important posistions who where uneasy about the chapters victories, Epistolary Via, who had felt something prodding at his mind for some time now, Techmarine Cámaras, who had become concerned by the ins ructions he was given regarding the hearts meant for Escura and his closes subordinates, and Chief Apothecary Sangue, the oldest member of the chapter, who was troubled by the refusal of some of their brother to allow their gene-seeds to be tested,and the chapter masters refusal to allow him to force them to submit to testing.
With these members of the chapter wih him Corazón began to find those he deemed loyal to the chapter, and began to plan the downfall of the man he now believed to be in the clutches of Chaos.
Great idea. It would be awesome to have achapter of Chaos Marines that have been mutated/empowered by Deamon hearts. Or maybe they don't turn into chaos space marines but are viewed as slightly heretical by other chapters.
Threald Grislom, Chaplain Captain of the Cardinal Knights 4th company "The War Hearts". In these difficult times of being without an active Master of Sanctity many of the companies have began to devolve into berserker tactics in order to satisfy their bloodlust and take more hearts from worthy enemies, while some have found success with this other companies have began to suffer more casualties than usual in their pursuit of powerful hearts. The original Captain of the 4th company, Librarian Captain Solomar Caldius, led the company through many pursuits of powerful Ork hearts. During one of his crusades against an Ork colony the company was ambushed and flanked from the south by a squad of Ork meks. Rather than attempting to destroy the meks Captain Solomar saw opportunity to conquer yet another powerful Ork hearts. He rallied many of the marines near him and sent them with him on a zealous charge on the largest mek in the Ork squad. Threld, serving as his company's Champion at the time. Was left to defend him and his marine brothers against the flank to the north. It was a savage fight , suffering many casualties as they were outnumbered by the Ork shootas . Threld and the surviving marines regrouped and looked to the south to see that Captain Solomar and the men he led in the charge had either been killed or broken ranks. The Ork Mekz now had no other target than Threld and his men. As they approached it was clear that the Orkz hadn’t come out of the battle undamaged, many of their squads lacked men and their meks showed signs of damage. As the largest Ork Mek approached Threld could see Solomar’s body hanging from a piece of metal on the Mek. Faced with this threat Threld acted quickly, leaving no time for his marine brothers to panic he began ordering them into positions and to prepare to defend to the last man.
The Ork horde approached and he shouted to his brothers “Hold! Remember! Their flesh is weak! They merely shell themselves with metal, but our hearts beat with it! They may have warmachines, but remember brothers we have the purity of the machine WITHIN US! TRUST IN YOUR MECHANICAL BEATING AND IT WILL NEVER FALTER!” The ensuing fight was carnage, the Ork infantry never seemed to thin as the Cardinal Knights fired at them with their bolter pistols. Eventually Time had run out and the Orkz were in charging range. Threld stood in the middle of his men as they met the Ork stampede, their powerfists and chainswords plunging into green flesh. Threld stood amongst his men and covered the front lines with Bolter Rifle fire. The battle required many tactical fallbacks and regrouping but by the end only a handful of Ork stragglers remained. Most of the company had been defeated in the fight but the most hardened of the men still stood. Threld looked around the dead Marines, and then to the dead Captain’s body. He walked over to it and with his powerfist extracted Solomar Caldius’ original heart. In that moment Threld despised the man for destroying the company, but he knew that Solomar was regardless a great warrior and had taken many hearts in the field. Threld was made Chaplain Captain since he was the highest ranked survivor and put Solomar’s heart in his chest, as a way to honor the Company's past.
Once he was officially the leader of company he learned just how widespread the devolution of the Chapter was. Many Companies daily losses were in the hundreds or thousands. Threld decided he would be apart of the reformation to save the chapter from wiping itself out with ineffective and overzealous tactics. He was one of the first Captains to begin asserting himself to his company as their true commanding officer, in order to build morale and a better company attitude. Quickly he took the 4th company from zealous suicidal berserkers to well disciplined disciples of the machine. He appointed much of his command squad from the survivors of Solomar’s defeat and titled the “The Black Hearts” each of his command squad is trained to hold ranks among the mean and act as sub captains during battle.
Unbeknownst to Corazón however, the deamon's plan was reaching its endgame. Alma Escura announced a great celebration was to be had to commemorate 48 years of glorious victoris. Each side, unknowingly, had were planning to reveal their hands at this gathering.
At the hight of festival, Escura stood to make a speech. He spoke of the battles they had fought, the hearts they had taken, and the glories they had won, most of them alone. Alone, he spoke, because that was how the chapter was best, away from the Imperial Guard, away from other Space Marines, away from the Imperium entirely. And what thanks, he asked, had they gotten for these acts. None. Sure, the world's they battled on where grateful, but what could they offer ones as strong as they where, what could anyone in the Imperium offer them, really? The Imperium was dying, and why should they fight for the losing side, when their were other causes they could serve, with masters that would have greater rewards, gifts fitting of warriors of their standards. It was then that Corazón spoke up.
He stood and questioned who Escura masters where, what these gifts they could give them where, and just how he came to know of them. When no awnser came, he pushed onwards, throwing all the evidence he had gathered in his eight years of research out into the open. He demanded that Alma Escura awnser him one question, why did he secretly collect the skulls of his enemies? Corazón declared there was only one reason he would do so, that he served the Chaos God Khorne. The Chaplain decried that the chapter master of the Cardinal Knights was a heretic, a traitor and a willing deamonhost. He gave the assembled marines an ultimatum; stand with this villian and sell their souls to Chaos, or side with him and strike down this traitor to the chapter and The Imperium. The response was instantaneous.
Brother turned on brother as the feasting hall desensitise into anarchy. What struck Corazón was the number who fought in his favour out-weighted thode who turned the back on all they had stood for. Seeing what he had caused, the Chaplain raised his Crozius and charged his former chapter master. But the deamon, fearing it's host would perish here, choose this moment to ascend. Though their spirits may have merged long ago, it was only now that they fused in body. The traitor's form warped and twisted into a Champion of Khorne, a form Escura felt could finally allow him to feast on all the blood and hearts he could want. But Corazón would not allow this heresy to continue.
Though a lesser man may have balked at the sight of this beast, the Chaplain was consumed with a fervour unlike any other. Though the deamon was far stronger, it was still in a new body, and this was an advantage that could be used. The battle only lasted minuets, but it felt longer to Corazón, who pushed his body beyond what even he though he was capable of as he duel with this beast of the Blood God.
Finally the creature grabbed him, crushing his torso as it did, and lifted him into the air. The thing laughed, and said that the Chaplain had picked the wrong side, that he should have sided with Chaos, and how he was fighting for a dead master in a dying empire. And it was in this moment of gloating that Corazón struck.
Activating the device that Via and Cámaras had created, he watched as the former chapter master stagger back, brought low by the null-field projector they had created. Broken, with both hearts punctured, Corazón knew what he had to do. He got to his feet staggered over to the deamon, and plunged his power fist into the foul creatures chest, ripping out the things still beating heart. He took the organ, ripped it free from the tubes connecting it to Escura body and with his other hand, struck the beast with his Crozius in the head, killing the weaken creature as the null-field had sapped most of its strength. Now can the tricky part.
Taking his weapon he cut a great rip in his chest and force the demonic organ in to the hole it created, knowing that with both his hearts ruptured, he had moments to live otherwise.
The heart seemed to squeeze itself into the hole, as though eager to take hold of the Chaplain. With his foe slain and his prize taken, Puro Corazón allowed himself to fall into the blackness of unconsciousness.
maybe even though it's a civilized world there are still nomads/tribals out in the tundra. Once every X years the marines drop in during the night and take most of the children as potential recruits and/or new chapter serfs. It's not uncommon for these tribes to be wiped out by this, as a result they really hate the long nights in the winter(well more wintery) none of the abducted are heard from again by their families.
Excellent flavor. And what if occasionally one of the tribes (Or a few of them working together) try to mount an attack. This is seen a great opportunity to harvest hearts from powerful enemies as the tribals would have to be pretty strong/brave to event consider attacking the Marines but also weak enough that they're not a true threat.
I'm kind of anxious, as it's our first session assembled of random fa/tg/uys, and two of them are new to the system and 40k lore. Running them for our first game is probably a really bad idea.
So according to my rough outline we have
>Founded in 39th Millennium
>Original Chapter Master, Alma Escura, took the heart of a Daemon cause he wanted more power faster which is what caused his downfall >>45377298
>Chaplain Captain Corazón defeats him using a device constructed by Via and Cámaras and puts the demon heart in himself >>45382073
>Corazón becomes the new Chapter Master and gains title "Heart Taker" and either immediately is put into the Sarcophagus or after his state deteriorates
>Chapter begins devolving into overly zealous berserkers that get themselves killed.
>Eventually certain Captains begin reforming their companies using themselves as a more active leader over the Master of Sanctity. Some do this because they want to save the chapter other want more loyal marines for personal gain. Some more fundamentalists marines don't like this and want to only recognize the chapter master.
The rest that has been typed out is fluff
Ashardalon, located in the Segmentum Ultima near rhe Dominion of Storms, is a civilized ice planet.
Prior to it's rediscovery in M36 the people of Ashardalon were split between the barbaric nomad tribes and the city folk, who possessed technology on a level similar to late M2 Terra.
All of the planet's cities were situated around Ashardalon's equator, as only there could the planet's temperature be considered pleasant. The tribesmen had learned to deal with the lower temperatures and roamed the planet's tundras a glaciers.
To this day there is great distrust between the citydwellers and the nomadic tribes, with the civilized Imperial citizens believing the barbarians to be 'impure' and with the nomads believing the city folk to be foul sorcerers.
After their planet's rediscovery, life for the city folk has been relatively comfortable for the 41st millenium. They are not very likely to be eaten by a verocious predator of die from an infection. For the barbarians not much changed.
The civilized people had no interest in sharing their newfound tech with what they percieved to be brutal savages.and thus the barbarians stick to their nomadic ways.
While the exact culture of the tribes is different from one to the next, certain beliefs are held by almost all. Even with their rudimentary understanding of the human body, they understand the importance of the heart.
It pumps blood through their body and it is the heart that makes sure their bodies don't freeze. As such, a lot of the tribals' religious ceremonies involve the drinking and bathing in blood as well as the eating or stabbing of hearts, both human and beast.
When the prophecies leading up to the founding of the chapter were done and a homeworld for the new chapter was chosen, it quickly became obvious the the citydwellers would not provide the appropriate neophytes requires to create proper Astartes.
Yet the Imperial citizens would not knowingly except the elevation of the barbarians into the ranks of the Astartes. As such, the recruitment process is largely done in secret.
Singular marines are sent out into the cold wastelands. There they observe hunters and warriors, looking for the strongest tribes. Then speak to the tribes' leaders, stirring up feelings of anger and displeasure,manipulating the tribes into sending their warriors to attack the cities.
While the attacks are always stopped before they deal significant damage, those barbarian warriors that are deemed worthy are then taken by the Cardinal Knights to become Space Marines.
Sounds good. Just be sure to include the marines come in the night to kidnap tribals evry so often.
Is someone still editing the 1d4 page?