• Warhammer Megathread V7: Zog it
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Not a huge fan of nudity for the sake of it, but I really like the penitent engine thing, and the chaos obliterator style model. That female great unclean one is also disgusting/great.
[t]http://i.imgur.com/W1v8o6E.jpg[/t] Finished up everything on my Knight except for decals.
[QUOTE=Garrot;49781130][t]http://media.moddb.com/images/groups/1/3/2055/stealer_Patriarch.jpg[/t][/QUOTE] Sorry, I just looked back at this picture and... [img]http://puu.sh/ngnXD.jpg[/img] Is this like, a waste disposal gutter? Is the patriarch sitting on a glorified toilet? You can even see the fart gas coming out of the vents on each side. What the hell?
[QUOTE=Cone;49785846]you could make a neat cyberpunk thing out of this if you put a ton of ork bitz and graffiti on the mech[/QUOTE]put something on the front and you have a kickass Dread conversion
[QUOTE=Garrot;49786223]Sorry, I just looked back at this picture and... [img]http://puu.sh/ngnXD.jpg[/img] Is this like, a waste disposal gutter? Is the patriarch sitting on a glorified toilet? You can even see the fart gas coming out of the vents on each side. What the hell?[/QUOTE] Behold the magical world of John Blanche channeling Giger.
[QUOTE=27X;49786392]Behold the magical world of John Blanche channeling Giger.[/QUOTE] Was just about to say, it's getting to be Geiger as fuck up in here
aww the insects have little highways over the sludge pool
What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?
[QUOTE=General;49786977]What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?[/QUOTE] It really depends on the Chapter. Generally if there are Space Marines around they probably have more important things to do, though.
[QUOTE=General;49786977]What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?[/QUOTE] Salamanders and Wolves will. Or as I heard.
[QUOTE=General;49786977]What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?[/QUOTE] I'm sure it varies by chapter. Of course, it probably depends on the situation too. Ultratoilets that are busy with Xenos/Heretics in an intense situation probably aren't gonna try and rescue somebody but Salamanders might [editline]21st February 2016[/editline] Okay well I guess I just paraphrased the two earlier posts but fuck off i'm more betterer
[QUOTE=General;49786977]What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?[/QUOTE] As everyone has told you already, it depends on the chapter. If it's Space Marines from the Salamander chapter. They will drop everything of not the utmost importance to save the civillians. If it's Space Marines of the Marines Malevolent chapter. They'll probably pour some promethium on the fires, making the civillians scream in terror and lure any nearby enemies closer so they can be dealt with. Then leave the civilians to their death. [editline]21st February 2016[/editline] This is also why the Salamander chapter is the best chapter because they're total bros.
Lamenters will save them then cry their genhanced eyeballs out about how they should've gotten there sooner
[QUOTE=Joazzz;49787322]Lamenters will save them then cry their genhanced eyeballs out about how they should've gotten there sooner[/QUOTE] And due to their historically bad luck the civillians will turn out to be genestealers. :v: [editline]21st February 2016[/editline] Though I do like the Lamenters. They're just as bro as the Salamanders
[QUOTE=Joazzz;49787322]Lamenters will save them then cry their genhanced eyeballs out about how they should've gotten there sooner[/QUOTE] To be honest, Lamenters would come in to save the civilians, but would be reduced to 5% of their original force in the heroics of trying to save the civilians. Lamenters could try to help an old lady across a street, only to lose most of their forces as inevitably Orks out of nowhere would decide to hold a drag race on that specific street.
Meanwhile, Dark Angels would arrive and promptly ignore the civilian's cries for help until tragically mishearing an old lady's plea of "Help! I've fallen and I can' get up!"
The Flesh Tearers arrive! The PDF tried to respond, but were killed to a man
Then came the mighty Black Templars! Unfortunately, they were holding a sermon and had no time to heed the prayers of salvation from the civilians. [editline]22nd February 2016[/editline] [QUOTE=gufu;49787403]To be honest, Lamenters would come in to save the civilians, but would be reduced to 5% of their original force in the heroics of trying to save the civilians. Lamenters could try to help an old lady across a street, only to lose most of their forces as inevitably Orks out of nowhere would decide to hold a drag race on that specific street.[/QUOTE] Well, duh. Every propa Ork drag race involves hitting something at the end that's squishy. How else would you apply red paint while on the go?
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The mightily Iron Hands arrives to the scene! Only to save the surviving Cogitators and other tech while letting the fires weed out the weak from the strong of the Emperor's servants. Coming back awhile later to exterminate half of the of the surviving population of the system and turning an quarter into servitors.
[QUOTE=Sunkite;49787922]Then came the mighty Black Templars! Unfortunately, they were holding a sermon and had no time to heed the prayers of salvation from the civilians.[/QUOTE] ??? I think you're getting Templars confused with Sisters of Battle.
[QUOTE=notrabies;49788467]??? I think you're getting Templars confused with Sisters of Battle.[/QUOTE] Pretty sure it was the Sister's who caused the fire in the first place.
[QUOTE=General;49786977]What sort of behavior does the Space marines have towards civilians exactly? Let's say a few dudes are trapped in a burning building, do they try to save them?[/QUOTE] Depends. Some will help like the Salamanders or the Space Wolves. Some will ignore it as it is not part of their mission/crusade like the Black Templars or the Iron hands, and some will blame the civilians for allowing themselves to be caught in the building in the first place, like the Marines Malevolent. Remember this is the universe where the victim receives punishment as well as the criminal, as "There would be no crime if there was no victim."
Salamanders would eat the fire then make a campfire so the civilians could hear happy stories about when the Emperor was on two legs, with pictures Ultramarines would polish their armor in the reflection, drowning out the civilians while they chanted the page about The Immaculation of the GirlyMan's Spiffy Armor at the top of their lungs Mentors would ask the civilians to rate the pain on a scale of 1 to HERESY so they could forward the info to the AdMech Crimson Fists would besiege the fire in desperate pitched close combat until the LoD arrived to pee it out with even hotter green fire The Alpha Legion would disguise the civilians as SoB and wait for the Blood Angels to show up before also setting them on fire.
[QUOTE=notrabies;49788467]??? I think you're getting Templars confused with Sisters of Battle.[/QUOTE] Well, the Black Templars are rather overzealous. But I was trying to be witty late at night. Which might not have turned out that great. [editline]22nd February 2016[/editline] [QUOTE=27X;49788645]Salamanders would eat the fire then make a campfire so the civilians could hear happy stories about when the Emperor was on two legs, with pictures Ultramarines would polish their armor in the reflection, drowning out the civilians while they chanted the page about GirlyMan's Spiffy Armor at the top of their lungs Mentor would ask the civilians to rate the pain on a scale of 1 to HERESY so they could forward the info to the AdMech Crimson Fists would besiege the fire in desperate close combat until the LoD arrived to pee it out with even hotter green fire The Alpha Legion would disguise the civilians as SoB and wait for the Blood Angels to show up.[/QUOTE] You forgot the part with the Dark Angels secretly blaming the fire as one of Cypher's schemes.
the fire is Alpharius, the civilians are Omegon, the house is Cypher and the Inquisition is clueless
[QUOTE=Joazzz;49790787]the fire is Alpharius, the civilians are Omegon, the house is Cypher and the Inquisition is clueless[/QUOTE] Ciaphas Cain somehow manages to douse the fire despite trying to run the fuck away from it.
[QUOTE=RayvenQ;49790861]Ciaphas Cain somehow manages to douse the fire despite trying to run the fuck away from it.[/QUOTE] He trips on it and smothers it. Elsewhere, Yarrick glares at a fire so hard it douses itself.
[QUOTE=Joazzz;49790787]The Inquisition is clueless[/QUOTE] Isn't it always?
[QUOTE=Wlfius28;49791266]Isn't it always?[/QUOTE] It's always completely clueless, or actually knows everything, but doesn't tell anyone.
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