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So If The Most Scariest 40k Thing To You Walked Into Your Room Now What Would It Be?  [RSS] Share on facebook Share on Twitter Submit to Reddit
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Made in gb
Battlefortress Driver with Krusha Wheel

A titan, then I know that someone wasted £1K on a game peice. It's the scariest thought there is.
Made in tw
Longtime Dakkanaut

 Valkyrie wrote:
C.S. Goto.



Made in us
Jinking Ravenwing Land Speeder Pilot

Hanoi, Vietnam.

Tom Kirby coming to tell me he's back to take the reigns, and his first order of business is to get rid of all of that unpleasant, silly HIPS and start producing everything in new Ultrafinecast™. Obviously, this excellent new material will require price increases across the board to recoup the costs of changing production over to this incredible new material. The Warhammer Community team are all sacked and the Facebook pages, YouTube channel and community site are shutdown. Matt Warde is put in charge of the rules development. CS Goto is put in charge of background development, and he decides that the Horus Heresy series has lost its way, and needs to be rebooted; a task which he determines that he is obviously the only one qualified to undertake. Specialist games are squashed as they were only distracting development away from the core products.

Age of Sigmar is rebooted by having Tyrion, Teclis & Malerion becoming Chaos gods and destroy the mortal realms. The newly relaunched, Warhammer: A Game of Fantasy™ takes place in the formless Fantascape™. The great thing about the Fantascape™ is that there is no canon lore or rules for that matter. You're free to play your way©. When deciding which factions get moved to the Fantascape™, Skaven and Seraphon don't make the cut.

In the 40k Universe, developments continue to progress, culminating in the return of many new Primarchs, including Horus, Sanguinius, Ferrus Manus, and even the two lost Primarchs, but not Corax or the Khan for some reason. Horus somehow manages to convince all of the previously loyalist Primarchs to join his cause this time, leaving Guilliman as the only remaining loyalist, left to defend Earth and the Emperor alone with naught but a single chapter of Ultramarines to assist him. In a show of boundless genius and personal combat skill, he somehow manages not only to slay Horus in personal combat, but also manages to fend off all the traitors at once. Just long enough to give Belisarius Cawl time to finish his secret 10,000 year old "Platinum Throne" project and revive the Emperor. With the Emperor returned, the Cicatrix Maledictum is repaired and the traitor Space Marines are cast back into the Eye of Terra with their tails between their legs. Humanity embarks on an immediate crusade, and successfully manage to wipe out all Orks, Eldar, Tyranninds, and Necrons. These factions are removed from the game, leaving only Chaos and the Tau as humanity's antagonists. The game is now wittled down to the following factions: Codex Primaris Ultramarines, Codex Astra Novitarum, Codex Astra Novitarum Primus, Codex Questoris Minoris, Codex Questoris Maxis, Codex Mechanica Alphus, Codex Skitarius, Codex Chaoticus and Codex Codex T'a;u^.

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