I have some fluff and stories I’ve written for my 40K armies that has existed on a private forum I set up for my friends and I. Seeing as it has always been private I figured it was time to put it out there for others to read who may…Read More
Umbram and I have concluded the Road to Glory campaign with Umbram taking a rather decisive win. I had started doing battle reports but the campaign was five games, so instead of doing battle reports I have opted to do a narrative covering the campaign. So, here it is. —————————————————-…Read More
Right now I don’t have any written fluff for the background of my Necrons but I do have one fluff piece so far.
Another story written by Wargamer at the TO site regarding his chapter, Supernovas, and my chapter, Fate’s Angels. It’s spread into various replies of his on the thread, and he keeps updating it, so just posting a direct link to it. http://forums.tauonline.org/index.php/topic,88979.0.html (note to self, fix that link for Second…Read More
This entry is part 7 of 6 in the series Fate’s AngelsThis was not written by me. It was written by somebody on TO, Wargamer, who wanted to use my chapter in a story he was doing. He wrote this as the prelude to that story, which I’ll also post…Read More
This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Fate’s AngelsA Shield is a group, typically males of various ages, who protect their city from the dangerous creatures that roam the swamps around the city. Shields are not a military branch and are not officially sanctioned, though they are…Read More
This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Fate’s AngelsThis was written by Wargamer from TO. He’s got my chapter in some of his chapter’s history, this is one of those stories. Word of an Ork invasion upon Celadon reached the Supernovas Chapter in the late 41st Millennium….Read More
This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Fate’s AngelsUltan looked around to his assembled squad. Today he would lead four brothers of the 6th Veteran squad to the surface below wearing the sacred terminator armor of the chapter. Their job was to secure a forward position for…Read More