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  1. Well I don't visit here often but I wanted to do a game based around the original Traitor Legions in the Eye of Terror. Part exploration of new daemon worlds and part dealing with legion politics to try stay alive plus muster a force of your own. All PC carry with them 10000 years of baggage in their back stories cause they are all CSM. Also try to brake out of those pesky chaos stereotypes that exist.
  2. I added a mutation that gave the psyker trait with psy rating 2 if the player was not a psyker plus doombolt. If he was a psyker just plus one psy rating. However it added 3d10 corruption. The alignment special would be Khorne would just get Blood God's Contempt and none of the psyker stuff. For the other god aliments they would receive the cheapest power dedicated to that god instead of doombolt. However no one has ever roll this mutation in my group, so I don't know if its balanced or not.
  3. All but one of use are EST.
  4. We are a group of five player on Roll20 who are looking for a GM to run a CSM oriented campaign. We are all veterans from the Hours heresy from many different legions. Player skill range from experience to new players. We have given ourselves the level of experience of an archetype from the tomes, and we have playesr using tome archetype. Link to the group area https://app.roll20.net/lfg/listing/11532/40k-black-crusade
  5. Speak with Arkaneth on the Eternal Crusade forums then, he is organizing the GMs.
  6. I am looking for several GM's to join on a large campaign using Black Crusade, which will be hosted in preparation for the 40k MMO. This is going to be big with dozens of people playing simultaniously in the same setting. Each group has a different storyline, created by their own GM. Each GM will be working together with other GM's to craft the setting and even letting the groups meet up with each other. Each GM will have his own group of players. This will be challenging, so I recommend the dedicated and the experienced GM's join up. If you're interested in just being player, feel free join too. For more info go to this link: http://forum.eternalcrusade.com/threads/the-black-crusade-forum-pnp-organization-thread.1553/ May Tzeentch smile on you.
  7. I was wondering what special abilitys of the new archtypes.
  8. Ok, I know this has been has nothing to do with topic but I do not think it would be that hard to find Magnus. Planet of Sorrcers is well know, so I think it would be easy to find and then finding Magnus big tower there would be a breeze.
  9. by the way can someone point me in direction of another on 40k rpg books that have more combat drugs that are not black crusade, as i am starting get bored of my current ones
  10. Reverend mort said: yourface said: We have got a new character who crazier then... idk but he is dark angles chaplain turn drug addict that has moddifed his power armor bio injectors to carry 16 or so does of whatever fun drugs he likes and these drugs can be used by thought. Then he also has legion great chains sword that release a halluscinogenic gas within a 5 meter radius of him. some of his achivments are make all pc character all hooked on drugs he makes. causing the khorne bezerker in the group to kill him self by cutting a little bit too much of his leg also maybe having greatest high to ever existince by taking, rose, d-dust, frenzon, scab, slaught all at the same time he also refers to himself in third person and calls his drugs, his presious did i mention he really likes slaanesh A good start, but that's hardly the greatest high ever. We once had a Lostok Gland Warrior in our RT group who's "baseline" was having roughly 6 different drugs pumping through his system at all times. Once he got going, he could easily run on upwards of 10+ different drugs at a time. That man didn't have blood, just chemical cocktails. Also had a shitload of Trade: Chymist, so he ran around producing all manner of nasty custom drugs. Including a combat drug derived from Tyranids. He was vaguely heretical, and deeply depraved. However, for your wonderful chaplain, consider what that warrior got: Chem glands from Inquisitor's handbook. They're like triple loaded drug injectors. That make the drugs on their own. That's right, your body produces a constant stream of lovely for your to inject at your leisure. No more reloading of those annoying Chem injectors. You just think it, and you're on it. Then you gland De-Tox, and run around constantly adjusting what drugs you're on. Especially awesome for space marines, who can easily be safe from its downsides 80% of the time. Personally, our group's current favorite is actually an NPC, though his awesomeness was purely derived from players making comments and running wild in-game. His name is Steve the Ceaseless, and he's the herald of the groups warband. He's a normal human being, who loves the warband so much that he got a mechanical backpack grafted to his flesh. From this backpack extends a long metal pole, from which the warband's banner flies, waved around mechanically when he thinks it. He's also got the illusion of normality mutation, and he was bought as a minion for the group. The fact that we "get a new one" is treated as immortality. Steve comes back from the dead. He's also very sneaky, spends his time stalking the group of PCs and then writes smutty slash fanfiction about them while in his room. A craft to which he's so dedicated that he's got the traditional pencil hands of a devout scribe of the Administratum. It is, at this point, strongly suspected that Steve is actually an ancient, minor god of Chaos. The god of bad fan fiction. Needless to say, Steve is just there as a sort of player powered comedic relief character, excellent for when players wish to express some sort of bad pun or joke, can't contain themselves and can't say it in-character. Steve says it, allowing the roleplaying to continue without too many jarring break in the flow. And, if we're speaking purely mechanically, there's always the new apostate, who's target number for disguising herself as someone else is at 151. On top of this, she adds the unnatural fellowship (+2) bonus for the mark of Slaanesh. Then she doubles her total DoS due to the Hermaphrodite mutation. Good luck spotting her, even with her one boob. that apostate sounds alot like some one in ours. also i really want one off those chem glands. by the way can you give suggestion of how brake out off lock up power armor. my team disable the power in it while i was asleep and i am now stuck in laying postion. my warband did this to me because i gave d-dust to the best guy at speak and that gave him flaming skull and reduce fellowship to 32.
  11. We have got a new character who crazier then... idk but he is dark angles chaplain turn drug addict that has moddifed his power armor bio injectors to carry 16 or so does of whatever fun drugs he likes and these drugs can be used by thought. Then he also has legion great chains sword that release a halluscinogenic gas within a 5 meter radius of him. some of his achivments are make all pc character all hooked on drugs he makes. causing the khorne bezerker in the group to kill him self by cutting a little bit too much of his leg also maybe having greatest high to ever existince by taking, rose, d-dust, frenzon, scab, slaught all at the same time he also refers to himself in third person and calls his drugs, his presious did i mention he really likes slaanesh
  12. Jerrith description is very close but I don't have warp time yet, instaed I got telekinetic armor and jump pack. I was planing on buying war time
  13. lately my friends have nagged me and calling my sorcerer OP Although i dont understand why they think this because if it can get hurt, its not OP and my character has lost a leg and both of my ears twice now so please i wish to convice them i am not OP and they are begging to GM that i need to be nerfed. So please give me evidence that prove sorcerers are not OP
  14. For mine it is the drunken plaque marine docter/ heavy weapons expert, who just happens to have 50 or so nurglings moving around in his belly
  15. A disput has formed in my group and one of the memebers says hat he can make charm test or fellowship test to conevice peoples characters to agree with him. i personally disagree with this but I want know what players world wide think.
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