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Reboot thread 2, electric boogaloo

>> No.20649453

Alright. So we are one 26 full battle brothers from the Blood Angels (and one Flesh Tearer, Brother Librarian Arbun) sent in this new founding to the Targon System on the only habitable world of Targon Prime. The planet has one small fortress that was more the ceremonial residence that, with the handover of the system to us, is now ours. The former Planetary Governor is now one of our attendants, he commands the PDF under us.
On our new homeworld has a single large continent. The north is mostly snowy mountains. The people here make food through hunting, trade and light mining.
In the far east is a small desert, roughly the size of Australia, inhabited by a mix of nomadic herders, fishermen and some permanent settlements around the coast and some in the interior. While they are ethnically the same as the rest of the planet they are a bit different culturally. This area is notably a lot like Baal. But with less radiation and no mutants.
The south, west and central area is a mix of forested areas and planes that are used for cultivating fields or grazing cattle.
Several years ago we had a battle with the Blood Ravens chapter as they attempted to plunder our relics on our homeworld. In the end, we killed them all, "sunk" their strike cruiser and went over the the contents of what we could salvage.

>> No.20649604

We managed to acquire the following from the Blood Ravens.
1 Contemptor pattern dreadnought with no occupant. Right arm crushed.
2 Rino Transports. One is badly crushed and bares the Lamenters heraldry. Could be used as spare parts.
2 Thunderhawks One landed on a rino in the crash and has a badly damaged cockpit. She will never fly again.
1 Small Manufactorum facility that we have removed and have set up near our fortress.
55 complete suits of various types of power armor plus other parts that do not make a complete suit.
A large assortment of weapons that clearly bear the heraldry of various other chapters some look quite old. We have contacted these chapters and asked for them to come reclaim their relics.
14 drop pods that are mostly intact.
Several Arcane tomes were found in a small Librarium near the ships chapel.

The ship itself has been repaired and been lifted back into space. we have renamed it The Wrath of Targon.

>> No.20649652

Several months after the attack, Two Strike Cruisers from Baal came to us to resupply us.
In total they brought us the following.

1 Landrader. In fine condition, might be brand-new.
2 Thunderhawk vehicle transports.
125 sarcophagi. Used as part of the Blood Angels Gene seed ritual.
A stockpile of our Gene Seed.
100 suits of power armor.
Piles of scout gear.
Plenty of ammo for various weapons.
500 bolters 350 bolt pistols 180 chainswords.
Assorted heavy weapons
1000 servitors and 42 tech priests.
8 space based Anti-ship platforms.
16 anti orbital Laser batteries with generators.
Several tons of refined materials to be used for manufacturing.
Along with countless plans for weapons, buildings and vehicles for both us and the PDF.

The Supply force was commanded by none other then Mephiston, The Lord of Death. He has inspected the tomes we collected along with all the relics of the Blood Angels Chapter and her successors and has taken them back to Baal to keep them safe as well as taking the responsibility off of us. He also inspected the tomes we found, finding them all to be safe. In response to our keeping of the relics Lord Dante has commissioned 3 new ships for us. 1 Battle Barge and 2 Strike Cruisers.

The names were chosen as follows:
Battle Barge: Rich Retaliation
Strike Cruiser: Blood Herald
Strike Cruiser: Red Tear
Plus the rebuilt strike cruiser Wrath of Targon and our old Emperor Class battleship, the Accuser and two unarmed transports.

The Accuser is in rough shape, space worthy but desperately in need of a refit.

Lord Dante has smoothed things over with the Blood Ravens. He convinced them that their task force had fallen to chaos and we only did what we had to. We also collected the Gene Seed of the fallen ravens to use as a bargaining chip if need be.

>> No.20649737

A RT then passed through our system and we made some purchases from her.
A damaged suit of terminator armor. While damaged it is missing no limbs and the chapter colors are unknown.
A power armor helmet with the face of our primarch. We later found the face morphs to fit the mood of the wearer. Also that the same metal has also been used by the Eldar.
Seeds for some potent healing herbs. However they grow fast and could turn our planet into a deathworld.
Blueprints and plans for civil industrial structures.
2 Aquila landers.
A first edition copy of the Codex Astarties with a stasis display case.
Several books on xenos culture.
A Baneblade.
A strange eldar power sword.
A matching storm bolter and powerfist.
27 reptilian xenos.

>> No.20649750

The Xenos turned out to be intelligent and have a device that allows them to communicate with us. Their race was uplifted by humans long long ago. And as such they hold up humans as divine figures. We have taught them of the Imperial creed and the Emperor and they have taken to it quite well. They have their own room and keep to themselves as they translate it into their own language.

We have officially been allowed to preach the Sanguinary Cult on our world and any world we visit. We asked for funding to help build a cathedral but no word came in relation to that.

We gained a new ally. Magos Jarvus who left the service of the RT to aid our chapter.

Heidi (pictured) the head chapter servant is the main wheel in the fortress. If anything happens in the fortress, she knows. Need to find out something? You talk to her. She coordinates the work of others and is quite apt at keeping a tight schedule. She is also a skilled swords maiden. She also seems to be in some sort of a relationship with the Chapter Master.

>> No.20649847

Now several years into our stay here a lot has happened, We now have 112 scouts in various stages of training. One of our neophytes had the mutation of a pair of small vestigial wings on his back. They have not grown, but Baal sent us a veteran brother to aid in his training as well as the eventual formation of our Sanguinary Guard once some of our brothers have proved themselves. The scout in question has taken a new name, bellerophon.

A rail line runs from our current fortress to our proper one under construction runs year round even in our world's heavy winters.

Around our current fortress has had one ring of city built around it. It holds fortified family sized housing, weapon and vehicular manufatorums. A drill yard we share with the PDF, a small civil aerodrome and a thick wall with bastions and anti-air and anti-orbital weapons to protect it. The next ring is currently being planned.

Our true fortress is going well. With all the currently planned subterranean rooms and areas completed we have begun to build the upper parts. Some brothers have already been stationed their to give us a presence their.

We have spread fertilizer to various areas around the world to boost production. Also solar charged tractors have been sold to villages and been used to great effect. Throughout the planes we have also built a dirt road network for use mostly by the common folk and it is greatly appreciated.

>> No.20649957

Our PDF now has a complete kit for both winter and summer. While the standard weapon is still Heavy stubbers we have Autoguns, thudguns, small mortars, man portable tripod heavy bolters are available. Several hundred autocannon chimeras have been produced as well.

Our first 7 regiments have been fully organized. The first is our elite infantry. Known as the Purebloods, they will have both a Sanguinary purity seal as well as a chem gland giving a thorough and wide range of benefits. 2-4th are our light infantry. 5th is our Pioneer Regiment with men specializing in both Engineering duties and Sapper duties. Each Regiment also has a dedicated Pioneer detachment themselves. 6th is the artillery regiment and 7th is our Cavalry regiment. The rest of our regiments have have mixed duties and will be assigned once we can supply them for that duty.

We also recently traded the early copy of the codex to the Ultramarines when they came for their relics in exchange for them putting in a good word for us with the Admech to possibly get us some terminator armor.

But we were called to duty in an Imperial crusade to retake a world from a renegade governor! The world of Seldus!

>> No.20650027

A imperial fleet took us to our destination.

First our battle brothers teleported onto a orbital shipyard and secured it from a much larger force.

Then once in orbit we found an island city that remained loyal. We began to deploy our forces to aid the loyalists and eventually secured the island. Then our PDF that came with us that also supplied the vast majority of the liberation ground forces began the attack on the capital.

Our battle brothers along with our scouts executed a drop pod assault through the palace roof and killed the governor. But not before he detonated explosives on the walls and buried our chapter master alive.

Once our battle brothers secured the city's power generators, crippling the defenses we had victory and dug out our badly injured Chapter Master.

He recovered but now we have been given right of occupation of this world for as long as we desire so long as it does not exceed 100 years. We have also been left a older battleship, to cruisers and two civil transports from the fleet to aid our dominion.

Our dead are being shipped home and in the Bastion we constructed on the cliff north of the loyalist city we have begun to fit bionics to our wounded veterans before we ship them home.

The Loyalist city has also been fully repaired and have began construction of a Sanguinary temple out of their own pocket if we supply the clergy.

((Sorry for slow posting speed, connection is acting up))

>> No.20650108

Back on Targon Prime Magos Jarvus has been running the show. He says he has worked out a solution to our Hotshot lasgun problem. He found that if you have a chamber to direct the excess heat into on the lasgun you can buffer the heat and eliminate almost all the problems with the hotshot design with the exception of it being needing to be cleaned more often. The new pattern has been tested and can be made to fit inside the same frame as our G3 pattern subber rifles.
The heat catching chamber can also hold roughly enough heat generated from 2 mags before it needs to be released. However this design is unsuitable for laspistols, hellguns and Lascannons.

As for his other work he says that he is working on a major project that will glorify the machine god and tells us no more.

Going through the Governor's records we found he was in contact with a large number of RTs. One in particular. Further digging brought no names but we have a full list of ship IDs instead.

>> No.20650131

Then as we were making our way home through the warp when we collided with something and our Gellar field collapsed fora few seconds and let a deamon on board. The event caused most of the crew to go insane and several dozen casualties from the intruder. As such we made for Baal for repair and resupply. We also took the tome to pay homage to our Angelic father where he lay in the mighty fortress of our father chapter.

Now resupplied we make our way back home. We come to see out big ol' battleship escorting the two civil transports moving supplies and PDF rotations above our homeworld.

Upon our return we find that Jarvus' project was a massive Anti-Orbital gun platform carved into the top of one of the northern mountains with several concentric rings of smaller antiship batteries and missile silos. While this is good and will protect almost all of the northern hemisphere, it was a massive undertaking and it would seem all other projects not related to its construction were halted. Apparently it is going to be the center of this worlds machine cult.

With the growing tent city outside our fortress we have shifted production to building small factories and hardened housing from plans given to us by the Salamanders when they came to pick up their relics.

>> No.20650140

Then we went to the homewold of our little Xenos. They have translated the Imperial Creed into the 3 major languages of their world and have made banners with images of the Emperor and the Primarchs to hold high when they arrive.

Replications of the translation devices have been produced and given among the selected first contact crew and our brothers.

They took us to a small rural town and we can clearly observe that they lag back considerably. They do have trains and small motorized vehicles but you see they lack things such as luminescent bulbs or easily assessable electricity.

We are treated as exalted guests. Fed and entertained as much as they are able.

after speaking with the Xenos we have a bit of history on the humans of this world.

Long ago the humans came to this world and settled it along side the Xenos and did teach them much and civilized them.

The humans then went on to build cities in the clouds that floated around the world.

They did this for the longest time then things changed. They became quiet and did not speak to the xenos any longer. Until what is recorded as the Day of "Firesky" where the cities used their awesome power and destroyed each other, killing all known humans on the world.

The ruins that remain are crashed cities and installations built for things such as cultivating food, mining and production to dangerous do be done in the cities.

They also say that they have some machines left over from the human era but have not been able to get them to work.

We manged to have an imperial outpost built here.

250 members of the various research teams.
350 Security forces.

>> No.20650153

Now we have yet again returned to our homeworld. Targon is close to harvest time and another round of games to choose our next recruits.

We have some clear options on the table.

With the shipyard above Seldus is empty and we could take our battleship their for a refit?
Or we could take time to rebuild the industry on Seldus instead?

On our homeworld do we expand the size of our PDF by 3 regiments bringing it to a total of 10?
or should we concentrate on building our city up?

Do we open ties with nearby systems or remain insular for the time being?

Any other suggestions?

>> No.20650444

>>20650153
A strong shield allows enterprise to prosper and toil without fear. Refit the battleship and expand the regiments as soon as possible. Once we have a defense force capable of defending two planets, we can focus on industry. The Xeno outpost is a secondary concern. They are not human. Their usefulness allows us to tolerate their presence on a former Imperial world. They should be used as tools of the Emperor and little else. In such service they can redeem themselves for their foul impurity.

If the nearby systems are imperial controlled then that goes without question, unless the nearby systems are influenced by the thieving Blood Ravens. Their earlier raid has forfeit any assistance or aid from us.

We should begin keeping tabs on Magos Jarvus's activities. The man was once in the service of a Rogue Trader. Such unscrupulous men are oft tainted by xenos, chaos, and greed. His secrecy is unacceptable in our service, and as long as he lives for the Emperor he should have nothing to hide.

>> No.20650480

>> No.20650894

>>20650153
I advise ensuring our security first. Refit the battleship and expand the PDF.

Once this is done we can invest in civil engineering project confident in our security.

>Do we open ties with nearby systems or remain insular for the time being?

Depends on the status of these systems. If they are loyal Imperial worlds then make contact. If not, don't.

>Upon our return we find that Jarvus' project was a massive Anti-Orbital gun platform

Maybe assign one of the Techmarines to Jarvis. Servants of the Machine God can be a bit..... Strange.

So far he's shown no disloyal or unstable behaviour but it would be wise to take precautions.

>> No.20650907

We have ordered our battleship to the shipyard at the Sledus system. We can only raise 3 more regiments on Targon without straining the labor force with the current population.
On Seldus IV we have yet to take an accurate census of the world after the liberation. Estimates on loyalist numbers is about 7200 plus our Targon PDF forces aiding in the occupation.

The nearby systems are Imperial. However many of them are backwaters like Targon and the Ravens are not known to frequent this region, as they are a fleet based chapter.

The Magos is repulsed by the idea he is hiding things from the chapter. He says his singular perpouse for living is to serve the Omnissia.

However something has come up. A civilian ship is in the sub sector and sending out a hailing call to us.
It is standard Imperial signal lines and is I identified as a large Imperial freighter.

What do?

>> No.20650959

>>20650907
>A civilian ship is in the sub sector and sending out a hailing call to us.

Answer the call, see what they want.

>> No.20651066

>>20650907
>
The Magos is repulsed by the idea he is hiding things from the chapter. He says his singular perpouse for living is to serve the Omnissia.

He has shown no disloyalty or duplicity. Assure him that we know this and we simply wish ensure a good working relationship.

While I wholly approve of the BIG HONKING SPACE GUN he can't divert resources from other projects and keep stuff like this a secret from the chapter.

This is the chapters world and he must respect the command structure.

If we don't work together, keep each other informed and coordinate resources we'll cripple efficiency and productivity by stepping on each others toes with conflicting projects.

>> No.20651082

The signal is returned by the Wrath of Targon.

Word is sent back to us. It would seem the ship is owned by a group of scavengers. People who scrounge over battlefields looking for goods to sell.

They heard a rumor that a chapter homeworld was in this area and have been looking for us to sell to.

Should we take them up on the offer and look through what they have to offer??

>> No.20651325

>>20651082
Scavengers that make a living picking over the dead?

Let's see what they have to offer. But keep guard up.

Not sure why but I have a bad feeling about this.

*Paranoia activated*

>> No.20651610

If you're waiting for other posters it doesn't look like you're going to get any.

It seems to be a slow night.

Do you want to leave and pick things up another day?

>> No.20651762

The senior member of the chapter board the Wrath of Targon and meet the ship in the void. You see ship is a large freighter and is lightly armed.

Upon entering the ships bocking bay you are greeted by a few ship hands and a portly man in grey robes. He identifies himself as Orbazu, Captain Orbazu. He greets you politely and says he looks forward to dealing with us.

In total we have 750 000 thrones we can spend.

As for what they have they offer:

3.5 million mixed bolter rounds, they are unsorted and some of them are loaded in magazines and ammunition belts. It is more then we could produce in 4 years.
Price: 15000, including the containers.

780 Las carbines. as part of the deal he will throw in 5 powercells for each one at no extra cost.
Price 5000

Assorted Tau small arms and ammunition. They are haphazardly backed and do not have a solid inventory. He says that their are between 3-4 hundred arms.
Price 10000

A pair of battle cruiser laser batteries.
Price 200000 each.

350 Lance missiles. Our current inventory is about 570.
Price 5000 thrones for 10.

Last, but not least he pulls out something he says he has just for us.

He orders a servitor to pull a box out with an over head crane. The box is about as tall as a normal man and twice as wide. The sides fall off and reveal an old old suit of astartes armour. Silver metallic sheen clear for all to see. On the breast plate is clearly etched "IX Legion" and again on the helm.

"Its from the Terran Legions, before the primarchs. Found it on a ship that crashed on a moon. Not much else was left but this in a stasis create that was still functioning. And a matching Mark I bolter is in the create it sits on." he said pointing to the create the armour sits upon.

Price: 425000

>> No.20651785

>>20651610
Just got held up in typing.

>> No.20651802

>> No.20651957

>>20651762
>A pair of battle cruiser laser batteries. Price 200000 each.

Since our battle ship is undergoing a refit this could be good timing. How would these improve the existing armament?

>Assorted Tau small arms and ammunition.
How 'open minded' are our Techmarines? I'd need to know this before I could make any decisions on xenotech.

>3.5 million mixed bolter rounds
We'll take'em.

>780 Las carbines
These too.

>old suit of astartes armour
Have it checked and authenticated. If it passes the test, buy it. Such a relic could have value beyond measure!

>350 Lance missiles.
We should take some of these but I'll wait for answers about the laser batteries and old armour before I say how many I want.

>> No.20652122

The laser batteries could be fitted to our battleship, however they are made for ships that are much smaller and have a shorter range then the rest of the ships armament.

Our techmarine is dismissive of the tau weapons. He says if he were to buy them he would take no more then ten of each for testing.

He also gets a chance to look at the armour and it seems to check out. he is undergoing further inspection.

Lance missiles are used for space to surface warfare but it can potentially damage a planet's atmosphere if over used.

.

>> No.20652213

>>20652122
>The laser batteries could be fitted to our battleship, however they are made for ships that are much smaller and have a shorter range then the rest of the ships armament.
Since none of our smaller ships are currently under refit I'd say don't bother.

>780 Las carbines.
The Techmarine is the expert, do as he says. Offer to buy a sample of the arms and ammunition but that's all. He can take it or leave it.
>He also gets a chance to look at the armour and it seems to check out. he is undergoing further inspection.
Assuming he gives the green-light, buy it.

>Lance missiles are used for space to surface warfare
These sound good for planetary assaults. Take 50.

>> No.20652299

>>20652122
>The laser batteries could be fitted to our battleship, however they are made for ships that are much smaller and have a shorter range then the rest of the ships armament.

I would not support buying these. We could use them as a way of buffing up any current orbital defenses to protect against any boarding parties during a major attack or they can be used as additional weapons for the massive cannon our Tech-Priest is building. Overall, not that good a buy.

>Our techmarine is dismissive of the tau weapons. He says if he were to buy them he would take no more then ten of each for testing.

I would suggest getting samples of this Tau weaponry. They can be useful in understanding how we can out perform Tau technology and any limitations we could exploit in conflict with them.

>He also gets a chance to look at the armour and it seems to check out. he is undergoing further inspection.

If this armor is real, and get confirmation on this, then holy fuck throw money at it. The browny points we could earn with any faction, be they Mechanicus, Church or other, with this armor is enormous. Also, be wary of them selling this. The fact that they are selling this either means that they are in deep, deep shit with a large number of factions if this can't pay them off or its fake.

>Lance missiles are used for space to surface warfare but it can potentially damage a planet's atmosphere if over used.

Same argument as the Laser batteries. They can be used to pump up our current defenses, but not vital to our survival.

>> No.20652428

Bump

>> No.20652478

>>20652299
Lance missiles are used for space to surface warfare but it can potentially damage a planet's atmosphere if over used.
>Same argument as the Laser batteries. They can be used to pump up our current defenses, but not vital to our survival.

These things seem pretty much useless for defence but good for planetary assaults.
As marines; planetary assaults are our thing. It's what we do.
Without decent offensive and power projection capability we're essentially impotent.
Until we have a more developed industrial base that can readerly replace expended weaponry like these then it would be good policy to stockpile when we get the chance.

>> No.20652605

>>20652478
Derp.

Sorry yeah you're right.

>> No.20652607

Id just like to welcome our Lamenter bro.

Alright, well this seems to be the list so far.

3.5 million mixed bolter rounds. 15000
780 Las carbines. 5000
Old IX Legion Armour is a mabey. Inspection ongoing.
Tau Small arms are iffy, should we try and bargain for a smaller number?
Laser batteries are 50/50?
Lancers seem to be a yes, just not sure on the number. Post incoming.

>> No.20652711

>>20652607
>3.5 million mixed bolter rounds. 15000
Vote yes
>780 Las carbines. 5000
Yes
>Old IX Legion Armour is a mabey. Inspection ongoing.
If the inspection confirms status, YES!
>Tau Small arms are iffy, should we try and bargain for a smaller number?
Just divide by 10. We'll take 78 for 500 thrones. He can take it or leave it.
>Laser batteries are 50/50?
I'm not interested and it looks like Lamenter bro isn't either.
>Lancers seem to be a yes
Yes. I vote 50.

>> No.20652748

>>20652711
This is me. Lost my namefaggotry for some reason.

>> No.20652750

Brother Zulla, our techmarine partly disassembles the armour. Inspecting its inards. he says he is sure it is real. He points out the signs and how he worked on the same model during his tenure on mars.
"It requires a new machine spirit though." Also, if you are not aware this belonged to the legion that would eventually come to be known as the Blood Angels when the Emperor first set out from Terra.

He then looks over the Las carbines . The appear to be from a number of different regiments but have all been cleaned and cared fore before they were stored.

>> No.20652817

>>20652750
Pre Sanguinius Blood Angels relic?
Yes, YES! Buy It! DO IT FAGGOT!

>He then looks over the Las carbines . The appear to be from a number of different regiments but have all been cleaned and cared fore before they were stored.

Excellent. We can put them to good use as we are currently expanding our PDF.

>> No.20652969

Ok, our shopping list thus far.

15000 for the mixed bolter rounds.
5000 for the Las Carbines
50000 for 50 Lance Missiles
425000 for the IX Legion armour
And try to cut a deal for smaller sample of tau weaponry?

>> No.20653015

>>20652969
>15000 for the mixed bolter rounds.
>5000 for the Las Carbines
>50000 for 50 Lance Missiles
>425000 for the IX Legion armour
>And try to cut a deal for smaller sample of tau weaponry?

Vote yes for all of this.

Can I get a second?

Lamenter bro, you still here?

>> No.20653041

>>20653015
This is me. Namefaggotry keeps going off.

>> No.20653045

>>20652750

Buy the armor. But lets not get to head over heels for this thing. They could sell that to multiple people and fetch major prices form any of them. They have to be getting rid of it for a reason.
Also, Lasguns are always helpful.

Finally, do some haggling over the Tau weapons. They could be useful in understanding how Tau weaponry works and how we can counter it, through weapons or armor. Also, what range of Tau weaponry do they have? Just standard pulse rifles and pistols or some of the bigger guns stocked away? Either way, we can use them to prepare for any basic military encounters with Tau forces.

>> No.20653171

Ok we manage to break a deal with the Tau weaponry. We can take ten of each weapon type for 500. he says is hard to sell other then to the occasional Tau mercenary and needs to get rid of what he can. It's how he and his crew make their living.

Ok for all our spending we have as follows:
750 000 for our "Spending money"
495 500 in expenditures
254 500 in remainder. This will grow each year because we sell some of our food off world along with produced good we take a tax on from the locals.

>> No.20653372

>>20653171
Brilliant. Now that's taken care of. Er, on with.... Other things?

*How's the recruiting going? Are the next generation on the way?

*How is the refit progressing?

*Ensure PDF regiments are equipped with new las weapons.

*Once refit and regiment founding are complete begin civil engineering and industrial projects.

*Have Techmarines go over every inch of xenotech. I want every tactical advantage they can find. Once analysis is complete organize combat practice and exercises with Tau weapons to develop and practice strategies and counter measures.

*Ask Mechanicus if they have machinespirit coding for relic-armour.

Lamenter bro, you got anything else?

>> No.20653430

Alright, so the trades have been made and the goods have changed hands and are being taken back to Targon.

Now several days later we take on the role of brother Bellerophon. A scout who was part of the first batch of recruits. After you spent a whole year in the holy sarcophagi and grew some small vestigial wings.

Right now you sit in the scouts common hall in the small fortress. You are dressed in a dark red robe with white trim. You sit at a desk reading over battle doctrine and weapon operation when a servo skull floats over to you and hovers just right of you.

It speaks.
"Brother Bellerophon. The Master demands your presence in his private scriptorium at your earliest convenience."

What do? Keep reading? Go see the master? Do something else?

>> No.20653570

>>20653430
Go see the Chapter master.

We may think we are hot shit for having a pair of wings, but we're still a scout.

>> No.20653893

You close your books and give them to the servitor who places them back on the shelves.

You however stand and make your way through the decorated halls. Most of the decorations belonged to the previous governor. They are still his but he has yet to claim or move them. Only things that would have obstructed an astartes from have been moved.

You come to the door and pres on the display on the wall next to it. You press it and a beam scans you for an instant and then you see it open. A servitor forces the door open and sits silently as you enter. It closes the door behind you and crawls into a small hole in the wall next to the door.

Around you are walls covered by bookshelves and stacks of parchment.

The room is dark, no windows but a single light sources at the far end of the room. You see a large back lit figure with a cowl over his face. A pair of incense burners round him as he sits at a large writing desk.

"Come closer. Rahum." He says using your birth name.

>> No.20653946

>>20653893
Also what do?

>> No.20654106

Primarch Bump.

>> No.20654420

come closer its the chapter master who is asking after all.

>> No.20654536

As you move closer he becomes much more clear.

"Come, sit." he said lifting his hand to a servitor in the dark. The being came to life and pulled a chair with him. Placing it front and center before the desk. The chair is of carved wood and built to hold the frame of a fully armored battle bother. Your frame does it shame but the master cares not.

"Brother Rahum, born in the central plains to a Carpenter and a seamstress of clan Muran in the Kalkic village. You decided to take the name Bellerophon after you survived the trial of our father's blood."

"Is this all correct?" he said reading the parchment in his hand before him. he was determined to keep solid records off all members of the chapter.

>> No.20654617

This here is your chance to change Brother Bellerophon's past.
Was he from the plains? The mountains or the desert?
Who where his parents and what sort of life did he have before?

>> No.20654918

>>20654106

>> No.20655130

Ok, looks like 4chan went to bed after the server hiccups. This is my last bump for the night and i will be on tomorrow sometime.

>> No.20658014

OP is back, Ill be able to pick this up in about 4 hours, give or take.

>> No.20658083

>>20658014
Shame, I'll be leaving for work in about 5 hours.

>> No.20658303

>>20658083
Feel free to throw in a reply now or just toss around ideas. That was the life blood of this quest. people had ideas even when I was not around.

>> No.20658581

Yes sir, this is correct.
Is something causing you displeasure, sir?

>> No.20658806

>>20658303
>Seeds for some potent healing herbs. However they grow fast and could turn our planet into a deathworld.
Have them grown in a secure facility. Some sort of agri-dome on the moon. (we have a moon right?)

>Blueprints and plans for civil industrial structures.
Can we get some details on these? Once the battleship refit and PDF expansion is completed we'll have a lot of resources we can divert to civil projects.

>250 members of the various research teams on Xenos world
Make sure to get regular updates from them. The whole 'floating cities' thing sounds promising. Who knows what sweet archo-tech we might find there.

>we have been given right of occupation of this world for as long as we desire so long as it does not exceed 100 years
I recommend shipping a Guard regiment to Seldus to aid in the rebuilding process and help root out any remaining renegades. We have formed a bond with this world, if we build on this and foster further good relations it could be the beginning of a beneficial relationship for both of us. Trade, mutual defence, sharing of intel, ect ect.

>our battle brothers teleported onto a orbital shipyard and secured it from a much larger force.
I assume it suffered at least some damage in the fighting. See that it is repaired and producing again as soon as is practical.

>The Loyalist city has also been fully repaired and have began construction of a Sanguinary temple out of their own pocket if we supply the clergy.
Of course we will supply the clergy.

>> No.20660342

I'll be leaving for work in 20 minutes.

Please either keep this going 'till tomorrow or archive it so I can catch up later.

>> No.20661343

>>20658581
"Just a check of clarity." He places the parchment down in a stack and pulls a fresh page from a stack to his right.

"Now tell me, since you took the trial by blood have you hand any visions, clear and or coherent ones?"

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