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[ERROR] No.29591268 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

So I'm interested into Black Crusade and wanted to hear /tg/'s thoughts. The game seems really highpowered, more so than RT(though I did like RT) and the splashbooks archtypes seem to push that even more.
I was thinking about running a game with only humans on a Hive World based of Turn-of-the-Century New York. Anarchists in the lower hives. Steel jaws of machinary, various scum cults.
What think? Thoughts on the system and idea?

>> No.29591347

Posting the SFW images of her

>> No.29591358

spess > humans, even with the "compensations."

>> No.29591384

BC is a system with some neat ideas, but suffers from absolutely atrocious editing and internal consistency. Entire portions of the BC core book were copy-pasted from RT, including references to "profit factor." And there's a ton of other anomalies and such that typically require a bit of houseruling to gloss over.

Did I mention that the BC character sheet is also missing two skills entirely?

That said, if you can gloss over or deal with the mechanical failings, its a pretty fun game. Though it does require a certain kind of party to get the most out of it. Namely one that's both willing and able to deal with inter-party conflict in a mature manner. Plus, playing a human requires you to think a bit outside the box to really be useful, since you'll likely never be as powerful in direct conflict as a CSM.

Also, the Flesh Shaper from ToE is exploitable as all fuck.

>> No.29591392

>>29591358
Yay they should be in segragated games. I don't get how they would even mingle

>> No.29591410

>>29591392
The general idea is that CSMs provide the combat monsters, while humies are more social/skill oriented. Not to mention that in any situation involving regular human/Imperial society, the CSMs are gonna be giant walking magnets for largely unwanted attention.

>> No.29591472

>>29591410
Thats another thing
I get the spy feel of the cultist but I'd need some good ideas if I did CSM

>> No.29591542

>>29591472
oh salesgirl I'd buy your product anyday...

>> No.29591560

>>29591410

That's how it's SUPPOSED to be, until the 1kSon mind controls everyone and the Alpha Legionnaire summons 1d10 plot bums with his ability to find the next plot point.

>> No.29591594

>>29591472
Make a plot to get Abby arms back from Tryazan

>> No.29591647

oh! You should have your players and there characters killed by the glorious forces of the Emperor for being traitors

>> No.29591648

>>29591560
And then the human Flesh Shaper makes an unstoppable army of unswervingly loyal minions by frankensteining together a bunch of underhive scum. Did I mention they're all 6 armed Spidermen with Unnatural Everything 6?

>> No.29591706

Any word of a Nurgle tome?

>> No.29591807

>>29591268
>The game seems really highpowered, more so than RT
The characters themselves are high powered, but you have to take into account that in RT you start with a space ship, while in BC you do not.

>> No.29591840

>>29591807
Not if you don't play that Slaneshi pirate prince, you don't...

>> No.29591888

>> No.29591891

>>29591840

I like how the two options they give are "Handwave it and suck off the GM for nice things" or "Buy books from another system to use in this one."

>> No.29591980 [DELETED] 

Who drew these?

>> No.29592025

>>29591980
Jo

>> No.29592068

>>29591980
Why don't Rubrics just use magic to re-flesh their dongs?

>> No.29592083

>>29591891
>buy books
>buy

>> No.29592256

>>29592068
Because the Rubrics themselves aren't wizards and their Aspiring Sorcerer handlers want all the sex for themselves

>> No.29592575

>>29591347
Miss Morden I presume?

>> No.29592594

>>29592068
Here's an experiment. Take a hotdog. Cook it in the microwave for about 90 seconds. See how it burst? Take a needle and thread and stitch it back together into Frankenweenie. That's a 1ksons dong fleshcrafted back together. Except possibly even more horrifying.

>> No.29593349

test

>> No.29593381

I'd like to ride this train

>> No.29593431

>>29591392
Once I get into a BC game I'm going to be play a caster who works as the right hand / subordinate of a CSM. Go full caster and support the shit out of the CSM. Until it is time to betray the shit out of him to ascend to Daemonhood.

>> No.29593476

I want to play a champion of chaos like this
"It seems the only one left to betray *clicks gun* is my self" and pulls the trigger

>> No.29593507

>>29592256
I thought all the 1k sons were?

>> No.29593519

>>29593476
>*clicks gun*
Cocks. That noise is the gun cocking. Which is basically a useless gesture at this point with gun technology the vast vast majority of guns are self cocking.

>> No.29593584

"Can I get the Surprize but with tits?"

>> No.29593664

>> No.29594805

Now for spacewolves

>> No.29595671

>>29593507
Ahriman didn't like how the Thousand Sons were getting all mutated because of worshiping Tzeentch, so he cast a big spell to make them stop mutating. It worked fine on all the real wizards, but everyone who wasnt wizard enough got turned to dust. Thats the story as I understand it.

>> No.29596182

>> No.29597175

His attempt to make a character was sad.

>> No.29597202

>>29597175
who's?

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