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exploring the Ruins on Naduesh, the players suddenly found a Emperor-class Titan-sized door of and unknown material. They weren't Equipped to break it, but what's inside must surely be valuable, or dangerous, or both... only I know
The Totally not-blatantly-ripped off of various Anime-characters inquisitor and her totally not ripped off from even more cliches and references Team
Good old Selvaria Bles used to be the Inquisitor for my Dark Heresy group and has become a recurring character throughout all of my 40k-Campaigns. She usually doesn't give a ****, having the audacity to simply go and have a picnic in a warzone, which then gets interrupted by a Warlord-Class Chaos Titan she then boards and destroys for "giving her tea a bad taste.". Oh, and she loves tea, operating in the Expanse mostly to find the most rare and exquisite flavours. Her Ship has a greenhouse for that reason.
Her trusty killing-machine Ahab Grey with twice the firepower of an Eversor-Assasin but unfortunately ten times the witty comments of one. Loves dual-wielding shotguns linked to a backpack-ammo supply cause sometimes you just need a memorable badass for those Cutscenes.
Xanathos Diercker, another killing-machine, but also a Mechanicus-Priest. Glued two Plasmacannons to his back who are controlled by his trusty companion and machine spirit Wilfried, who "Is nice enough to keep my back free while I'm working"
Zarkov Wollsey, her Psyker-Pet. Very old and always pissed, constantly calls other people fools (not his boss though, cause that'd be rude)
Frank Stein loves dissecting stuff... Xeno-Biologist and for whatever reason a decent Pilot. He also glues the parts back together sometimes, which is usually quite gross.
Nicolas Irving cares for the spiritual well-being of the group (didn't work out that well with Frank though). He also carries a huge Aquila with him, filled with Boltguns and Flamers, "For when a Heretic needs smiting"
Miria Cortez is the personal secretary of Selvaria, who is usually too busy drinking tea to mind her schedule. Miria doesn't talk much (the many tea parties got her traumatized probably) and for some reason always manages to avoid any danger ever.
Victtris Quinn, another desk-hero. Boring, plain, always arriving late to briefing, loosing his papers, etc. But that doesn't matter, since he seems to have swallowed the whole effin' Black Library. After reading all those books, of course.
created that team for Dark Heresy as enjoyable NPCs (got a lot of positive feedback, luckily ) and am now too attached to them to simply stop using them.
Yeah, I gave my players a XV8 Crisis-Suit. Archmilitant's player had Birthday, so "have something nice, here you go." Only service it saw was against the players though, since he didn't want to use it before the problem of ammunition was solved. Ship was boarded by Chaos-Forces, who found the thing and less qualms about using it, so it ended up destroyed.
Also, there's someone out in the Expanse who must have taken it there in the first place^^