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There was a quote once about it, that some random character made about love in the 41st millenium, a really good one.

 

Are you referring to Dark Heresy's LIIVI reference in Ascension?

 

Sugar kicks .. I thought that's what anime is for. I should prescribe you a dose of K-On. Take two daily.

 

he's a caregiver.

 

You sure you didn't forget some quotation marks there..? ;)

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No, it was a longer quote. A paragraph, I wanna say a guardsman (or woman) made it. I even tried to google it, but no luck. Ugh, why can't I remember it? The person was asked about romance, and they just start this, this... This big tirade, about how there's no time for love, there's no break from the endless war and struggle and labor and so on to find someone to spend your life with. And then at the end, the guard says something else... *thinks really really hard* "But sometimes... Sometimes we can find something close. Sometimes we can piece together something out of the wreckage and the ruin. And we make do."

(Or something like that.)

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Lynata found my quote! Turns out it's from a piece of fanart about the ever-lovable Boone!

http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/Ragged-Edges-What-you-have-112786606 Check it out. :P

It's not as long or melancholy as I remember it, but still, where else are you gonna find 40k talking about love on the battlefield?

http://www.moddb.com/groups/warhammer-40k-fans-group/images/love-is-a-battlefield ...... >.>

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Lynata found my quote! Turns out it's from a piece of fanart about the ever-lovable Boone!

http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/Ragged-Edges-What-you-have-112786606 Check it out. :P

It's not as long or melancholy as I remember it, but still, where else are you gonna find 40k talking about love on the battlefield?

http://www.moddb.com/groups/warhammer-40k-fans-group/images/love-is-a-battlefield ...... >.>

 

yay! Go Lyn!

 

That comic of the black templars reminds me of this.

 

black_templar_by_fonteart-d64w8zx.jpg

 

I have to push the pram a loooooooooooooottt!!!

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In honor of poor cps, whose thread has been hijacked by us weaboo anime posties, I'm going to post another of my ideas for The End Times:

After the Tyranids are contained, the Necrons, who have been circumspect in their aid against the Hive Fleet menace, make their bid for power. Even as Chaos continues to advance towards Terra the Silent King draws together the most powerful lords and commands them to carve out a chunk of the Imperium to begin their new Kingdom. Oh, what's the bottom half of the Imperium again? I wanna say Tempestus, but it may be Pacificus. Either way, both the Eldar and the humans saw it coming, but we're too busy not getting Om Nom Nommed to stop them. A thousand tomb worlds awaken, and the billions-strong Necron army begins to purge the entire segment of organic life.

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Just as an addendum:

 

http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/Ragged-Edges-What-you-have-112786606 Check it out. :P
It's not as long or melancholy as I remember it, but still, where else are you gonna find 40k talking about love on the battlefield?

 

It's a reference to this 8-panel story, by the way: http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/My-Assassin-1-98190148

 

Warning, drama inside. ;)

 

 

I'm gonna mull about whether or not I actually have anything to share about the topic of this thread now.

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In honor of poor cps, whose thread has been hijacked by us weaboo anime posties, I'm going to post another of my ideas for The End Times:

After the Tyranids are contained, the Necrons, who have been circumspect in their aid against the Hive Fleet menace, make their bid for power. Even as Chaos continues to advance towards Terra the Silent King draws together the most powerful lords and commands them to carve out a chunk of the Imperium to begin their new Kingdom. Oh, what's the bottom half of the Imperium again? I wanna say Tempestus, but it may be Pacificus. Either way, both the Eldar and the humans saw it coming, but we're too busy not getting Om Nom Nommed to stop them. A thousand tomb worlds awaken, and the billions-strong Necron army begins to purge the entire segment of organic life.

 

yaaay oldcrons!

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Just as an addendum:

 

http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/Ragged-Edges-What-you-have-112786606 Check it out. :P

It's not as long or melancholy as I remember it, but still, where else are you gonna find 40k talking about love on the battlefield?

 

It's a reference to this 8-panel story, by the way: http://mr-culexus.deviantart.com/art/My-Assassin-1-98190148

 

Warning, drama inside. ;)

 

 

I'm gonna mull about whether or not I actually have anything to share about the topic of this thread now.

 

 

Or what if the farm guy was actualy an alpha legion operative?

 

Yes yes I know, iI have a tendency to drag the AL into everthing. ;)

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I wish I could figure out how the Orks fit into my End Times setting, but other than Ghazskull Thraka uniting them all there's really no telling what they'll do. Or what they won't do. I mean, seriously. They're Orks.

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realtalk the 40k IP would probably do loads better in the capable hands of Disney.

 

How so? They keep their hands off what they acquire from everything I've seen. Other than the everything EU is not canon in star wars. You can't do that with Warhammer, there already isn't any canon to begin with.

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They're freaking long, is what they are. How many more novels do they plan on turning out in that series? How long till the Battle of Terra?

 

FOREVERRRRRR :)

 

Still we're already past the dropsite massacres. But between that and the siege of terra ther'es a lot of oportunities for novels.

The ones by graham mcneil and Aaron dembski-bowden (god, that surname!) are good and abnett has gotten better of late. Gav thorpe's books are alos good, but they are mostly about those **** dark angels.

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