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#3 - Tormound (06/18/2013) [-]
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#9 to #3 - insanefreak (06/18/2013) [-]
Yes, for this we must have sauce.
User avatar #31 to #9 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
******* finally! **** ! man I looked for almost an hour now and I finally found it
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi6pbYlddu0
it's from a trailer for namco's Warhammer - Mark of Chaos
as derpwolf said it, it's from Warhammer Fantasy and it shows Goblins charging a Chaos Demon and then running in fear




it's for you, too Roxorx and usernamenumberthre
User avatar #33 to #31 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
What kind of daemon is that anyway? It doesn't look like it's a Tzeenie, but it doesn't look like a Nurglite either. Maybe Khornate?
User avatar #35 to #33 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
I don't really know. Doesn't look quite brutal enough for Khorne, not bloated and ugly enough for Nurgle and has too few tits for Slaanesh...what are the common emblems for a Tzeenie demon?
User avatar #36 to #35 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Usually the third eye or flames. Greater Daemons of Tzeentch usually have wings though, which is why I don't think it was a Tzeenie daemon.
User avatar #39 to #36 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Well by method of elimination I'd say it's a Khornate. Maybe he just started his career and has still to fight his way to endless rage and warfare
#41 to #39 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Slaanesh is best god.
#43 to #41 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
I'm more into the Wolves of Fenris, but if I had to become a heretic I'd choose Slaanesh as well
#45 to #43 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Slaanesh is freedom to do what you want. If I had to choose a Loyalist Faction, I'd probably go either Blood Angels or Mortifactors. Or Mechanicus. **** yeah, Mechanicus. As for actual Chaos Legions, Alpha Legion, Word Bearers, and Iron Warriors are all tied.
User avatar #46 to #45 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Mechanicus is pretty cool, yeah but I think they lack the common footsoldiers. They got bitch-ass titans and all kinds of warmachine but that's worth nothing without infantry. As for the traitor legions I'm not quite sure. I am currently reading the Horus Heresy novel series so I'm kinda biased because it seems Horus was pretty much a ******* so yeah...
User avatar #47 to #46 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Mechanicus does have footsoldiers. They get the TechGuard and all their Servitors.
User avatar #48 to #47 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Yes, it's just that I think they are not that many... well lore-wise. In the tabletop game you can always use them, of course.
User avatar #49 to #48 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Have you ever read Dark Apostle? It's a great book, I promise.
User avatar #50 to #49 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
No I haven't, but I'll make a mark and read it as soon as I'm finished with the Horus Heresy, I promise!
User avatar #51 to #50 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Horus Heresy has 22 books in it. Dark Apostle is the first book in the Word Bearers series. A few characters make really stupid decisions in the second and third books, but I promise you it's really fukken sweet.
User avatar #52 to #51 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
It's 28, if you count the little side-books, too And I'm kinda biased on the Word Bearers because of that ****** Erebus, too but I'll definitely give it a try
User avatar #53 to #52 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Erebus isn't in them.
User avatar #54 to #53 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Thats sounds good. I hated that god damn ************ ...
User avatar #55 to #54 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, it's about a different host entirely. The Word Bearers legion that killed all the White Scars, actually.
User avatar #56 to #55 - atomschlumpf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
I'll make sure to give it a try
User avatar #10 to #9 - Tormound (06/18/2013) [-]
All I can find this video on is some chinese website talking about Warhammer 40k winter assault.
v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTI2MTgxNTcy.html
#14 to #10 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
definitely not Winter Assault, and I doubt it's warhammer at all. It might be from the Old World Warhammer, some goblins messing with the Tomb Kings, but I don't think so.

just so that no one gets their hopes up
User avatar #18 to #14 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
It's called Warhammer Fantasy. I could get a picture.
User avatar #19 to #18 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
Then I've completely screwed up and looking at the picture closer I realize that the big guy is a demon. I didn't see the horns. But I am intrigued, could you find a picture?
User avatar #20 to #19 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Oh wow, I meant the game you were mentioning. That actually looks more like a Hellgate London cutscene than anything else, but my copy won't work. I'll work on finding you the source and get back to you when I know it.
User avatar #22 to #20 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
oooooooh. But in anycase it does looks more like a demon rather than undead Egyptians
#23 to #22 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Where do you get undead Egyptians from? The Necrons?
User avatar #24 to #23 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
noo Tomb Kings

Far to the south of the Old World lies a desolate, wind-swept desert. No living thing stirs in this place, but it is far from uninhabited. This is Nehekhara, the cursed Land of the Dead, and the Domain of the Tomb Kings. Ancient and wrathful, the Tomb Kings hunger for power; their thirst for conquest is unquenchable and their need for vengeance fuels their rage. They are unremitting in their eternal war upon those who have the temerity to live whilst their rightful rulers languish in undeath.

They were more or less warhammers equivalent to Egyptians, and to make a long story short, a stupidly powerful Necromancer ended up killing the entire country and raised all it's dead before being defeated. Despite that, the dead roam around killing crap.
User avatar #26 to #24 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
I was never much into Warhammer Fantasy. I preferred 40k for various reasons. Speaking of which, that reminds me of the Pharon. Ever heard of VOR: The Maelstrom?
User avatar #28 to #26 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
no, first I've ever heard of it, what is it?
User avatar #32 to #28 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
And then beyond that, there are natural hazards. There are certain seedpods on a set of worlds (or maybe just one world) that provide amazing fuel. Unfortunately, they expel their seeds rather explosively, and it would mulch anyone nearby.

The Lightening Plains of (something) have eternally looping lightening bolts all across the planet. There are stormclouds, but no rain ever falls. The entire place is a huge desert. Getting too close to the bolts causes instant death. You usually get turned to ash.

There's a large floating jungle thing with all sorts of plants and animals, all of which are hostile to life. I forget what it's called.

There are a bunch of floating rocks all loosely held together, and with atmosphere so you can breath there. I can't remember what that's called either.

Then you have the different layers of the Maelstrom. The Maw brings worlds into the Maelstrom for the express purpose of eating them. The very outside layer is The Veil. You cannot pass through it, and most ships cannot even pass into it. The Golem can, though.

The Outer ring is the most stable, and it's usually where the newest worlds come in. The denizens of the Maelstrom prefer to stay out here, where it's generally safer. Unfortunately, if you stay out there, you're more likely to get raided by other races.

The Middle Ring has very few planetoid sized-objects, and collisions are common. The orbits in here are rather erratic and tend to start to decay much faster than those in the Outer Ring. Few species live here.

Nothing (other than maybe the Pharon, I believe) live in the Inner Ring. There are maybe one or two Planetoid sized objects, and everything is mostly broken down into teeny bits as it gets closer to The Maw.

As a side ass-kicking, The Maw can reach out and grab planets or other things at any part of The Maelstrom and just devour it. Nomnomnom.

That's all I can remember off the top of my head. Sorry I can't tell you more.
User avatar #37 to #32 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
that sounds really cool. And it's a table top game?
User avatar #38 to #37 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Yeah, but it was discontinued. That's why you can't find much on it. I happen to own the starting handbook, but that's all I've ever seen of it in person.
User avatar #40 to #38 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
I wonder if there was a sort of adaptation after it was discontinued, because it sounds awesome
User avatar #42 to #40 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Oh man, if you take the time to read all the lore, it's really, really cool. Also, there aren't any sort of Space Marine Equivalents. And even the two human factions are radically different. It's super cool.
User avatar #44 to #42 - whycanticaps (06/18/2013) [-]
I guess I have some reading to do
#30 to #28 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
There are The Golems, which are a sybiotic race. They're made of two parts. One is a massive body that does all the work, and the other is a tiny thing that controls the body's brain.

Those are the races you can play as that I can think of off the top of my head. Then on top of that, there are natural beasties that can wreck your **** . First off: Fangrays. Fangrays are floating little disks with teeth all along the bottom of them. They're sort of fleshy and disgusting, and they can eat an entire man in a few minutes.

Colvis' Embracers are six-limbed, scuttling creatures that have a triangular shaped lower-skull and three jaws. Two are sort of angled away from each other and fit over the head of a victim, and the third is a massive spike it forced into its victim's skull to kill them. It then eats their brains and covers them in a tough, almost impenetrable cocoon, and sets it up in its trophy field, which can be miles large. When they die, they desiccate into the same substance as that their cocoons are.

Hydranil are packs of warm-like creatures that fly through the air and have perfect camouflage. You don't see them until after they're eating your buddy and he's gurgling on his own blood.

There are these creatures call Gorgon Hivebacks or something like that. Maybe not Gorgon. Something with a G. They used to be lithe stalkers until their planet was dragged into the Maelstrom. Then they grew massive tumours all over their backs. To adapt, they created a symbiotic relationship with these flesh-devouring leech-like things. They eat the tumours (painfully), then spring out of the Hivebacks and kill whatever is in front of them. The Hiveback eats the remains.

There are these centipede-like things with a small shell over part of them. It's been a while, so I don't remember what they do. Then there are also things called Snooki (I think) that used to be kept by Mashers as pets. They're basically big crab-like things.

To be continued...
#29 to #28 - derpwolf ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
Oh, wow. I've never seen any of the pieces in person because it flopped before the force of 40k and things like it. It's basically the same sort of tabletop game with miniatures, but it's got really cool races that aren't like most of the things we see in 40k or Starcraft or things of that nature.

You've got the Hoomies, who are broken up into the Union and the Soviets. Union is the entire western hemisphere of earth, and the Soviets are the eastern hemisphere. Earth was grabbed by The Maw and brought into a pocket dimension known as The Maelstrom. Once inside, there is no known escape.

You've got the Shard, which are creatures of pure energy trapped inside of crystal bodies, because their energy form would be instantly devoured by The Maw. They don't eat, sleep, hunger, or thirst. They have an extreme hate for all other living beings, and constantly search for an escape.

You've got the Pharon, which are undead egyptian-like races run by God-Kings. The higher in the Pharon ranks, the more preserved and beautiful your body. They can also do mind-swaps and take over the bodies of other races to spy on them.

There are these little blue bastards that were slaves to a different race. They're pretty much mechanics and are good with melee weapons, but only get about four feet tall.

There are Mashers, which "mash" pieces of machinery into their bodies, and their overclocked adrenal system powers them during fights. They are humanoid, but dirty and stupid.

There are the Zhykee, which have two elbows and two knees, use spears, and have purple skin with multicoloured tattoos. They use their tattoos to confuse and disorient their enemies.

Growlers are big creatures with varied forms. I can't even begin to get into them without the book. They can be anything from herbivores to carnivores, and can live anywhere, which is why they're still around without a homeworld.

I'll continue in the next post.
User avatar #8 to #3 - usernamenumberthre (06/18/2013) [-]
please sauce
User avatar #11 to #8 - Tormound (06/18/2013) [-]
All I can find this video on is some chinese website talking about Warhammer 40k winter assault.
v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTI2MTgxNTcy.html
#7 to #3 - Roxorz ONLINE (06/18/2013) [-]
sauce on the gif?
User avatar #12 to #7 - Tormound (06/18/2013) [-]
All I can find this video on is some chinese website talking about Warhammer 40k winter assault.
v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMTI2MTgxNTcy.html
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