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#4 - Best legion reporting  [+] (8 replies) 23 hours ago on Stupid Sexy Magnus +7
#29 - shagityshagity (5 hours ago) [-]
"Best Legion"
> Told to knock that psyker shit off
> Literally do the exact opposite
> Fuck up the webway project
> Denounced as Heritics
> Homeplanet gets fucked by the Space Puppies
> Abducted by a chaos god
> Pretty much just Hollow suits of power armor at this point
So hows that whole "Best" thing working for you again?
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#38 - gorathsm (1 hour ago) [-]
>Revealed to have thousands of more sorcerers and rubric marines than when we had everything possible go wrong that could and still decimated space puppies.
>just completely fucked up the space puppies so hard the inquisition backed by the high lords had to come in and cull their people
>Started a massive real world invasion across the galaxy leading to the fall of dozens of imperial worlds in a matter of hours
>Brought our daemon world into real space and opened a third stable warp storm
>quite possibly started the end times
Things are going pretty well I'd say.
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#16 - fresighto (12 hours ago) [-]
Right color, wrong legion
Blood Angels for life son
RIP Imperial Regent
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#27 - enkmaster (6 hours ago) [-]
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#25 - enkmaster (6 hours ago) [-]
#14 - somecreepyguy (12 hours ago) [-]
The Imperial Fists First Captain disagrees with the assessment. Witch.
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#26 - enkmaster (6 hours ago) [-]
Ah Sigismund. The guy who went "yeah, this Codex Astartes thing is pretty great, but imma have a chapter 6 times bigger than everyone else's, because I can. Fuck y'all."
#8 - minutaurofawsome (17 hours ago) [-]
#59 - BioWare currently operates in three locations including: Edmon…  [+] (1 reply) 12/03/2016 on Andromedia is a downgrade 0
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#61 - orkamungus (12/03/2016) [-]
My shit, for better or worse, is not volatile enough for that, despite the somewhat misleading term of "explosive diarrhea". But I'll think of something. If there's one thing I'm good at, it's making a lot of people very unhappy. Thanks for the info however, pleasent day to you mate!
#56 - From everything written and shown of about the new Asari chara…  [+] (3 replies) 12/03/2016 on Andromedia is a downgrade 0
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#58 - orkamungus (12/03/2016) [-]
Well, time to get myself a box then. You don't happen to know the adress of the Bioware HQ by any chance, do you?
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#59 - gorathsm (12/03/2016) [-]
BioWare currently operates in three locations including: Edmonton (Alberta, Canada), Montreal (Quebec, Canada) and Austin (Texas). No street given so just carpet bomb the cities?
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#61 - orkamungus (12/03/2016) [-]
My shit, for better or worse, is not volatile enough for that, despite the somewhat misleading term of "explosive diarrhea". But I'll think of something. If there's one thing I'm good at, it's making a lot of people very unhappy. Thanks for the info however, pleasent day to you mate!
#94 - 10k kilometres is considered knife fighting range for Imperial…  [+] (1 reply) 11/28/2016 on Warhammer 40k Comp 11 +1
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#101 - thefallenlord (11/28/2016) [-]
Huh.... seems I forgot to add 0 to all my numbers... damn. As for Sector Battlefleets, that very much depends on the sector. Sectors like Gothic or Scarus will have much larger fleets compared to sectors in Sol Segmentum where majority of the work would be done by Segmental Battlefleet Solar as opposed to local Sectorial Battlefleets.
That said I would love to see what would GEmpire do the moment IoM would board one of their ship with squad of furious Space Marines loaded with melta charges, because I'm pretty sure that Stormtrooper armor can't withstand .75 reactive shell or a solid whack with spinning monomolecular teeth mounted on a long stick that's being swung by corridor sized walking airlock with temper tantrum.
#7 - Size isn't everything. The fact that they have hundreds of mor…  [+] (9 replies) 11/27/2016 on Warhammer 40k Comp 11 +26
#13 - thefallenlord (11/27/2016) [-]
I'll just shamelessly copy-paste my older post about Imperium of Man vs Reapers from Mass Effect

"Let's start with IoM's fleets. Imperium is divided into 5 massive Segmentums, each possessing massive fleet where escort crafts can be as massive as Reapers themselves and everything from Cruiser up will be 2-3 times the size of the largest Reapers in existence... and let's not forget IoM has SM fleets and Mechanicus fleets, both of which have ships on insane sizes (with Marines Gloriana-class Chapter Flagship that can be 20-30 kilometers long.... and filled with enraged marines ready to board your ship). And that's purely size.

Let˝s talk armaments. It's been said numerous times throughout Mass Effect series that most weapons in ME universe have destructive yield in KILOtons. In 40k even the smallest guns are measured in MEGAtons, with bigger guns (like Plasma Macro Batteries or Emperor-forbid Vortex Torpedos and Nova Cannons) having yield in thousands of MEGATONS or even GIGAtons, so the Reapers are hilariously outgunned. If you add to that the simple fact that Void Shileds and Armor on these vessels have to withstand such enormous yields I think it's safe to assume that Reapers can't even damage the IoM ships, much less destroy them. And then there's the engagement range. I'm not sure about Reapers, they are being depicted as fighting in rather close combat fights where ships are almost hull to hull, but their effective range is not something I'm familiar with. On the other hand, effective range of most IoM weapon systems ranges from 2500 kilometers, to 25000 kilometers (with some having up to 50000 kilometers with certain rare modifications), those are ranges at which you don't see the ship you're firing at however big it might be.

Let's move on to mobility. FTL speed of Reapers is sait to be roughly 30 light-years in 24 hours, that means they can travel from one end of the galaxy to the other in roughly 9-10 years, something Imperium can do in more or less a single year (depending on warp currents). As for sub-light speed, even here Reapers can't really match IoM, who in the setting have one of the slowest ships... sadly for this one I don't have comparison at hand, sorry.

So in space, Reapers are totally and utterly boned but hey they probably can try ground assault right? Well if we omit the simple issue of having no aerial support means you just get orbitally bombarded back to stone age, there's still the issue of Mechanicus Centurion Legions, Astra Militarum, Chamber Militant of Ordo Hereticus, Xenos and Malleus, Titan Legions, Knight Houses, Sisters of Battle, PDFs and good old-fashioned SPACE MARINES, all of whom fight more more deadlier shit on daily basis.

Husks are not good units, they are cheap and readily available, for all intents and purposes they are techno-zombies.
Given that IoM can stand against massive numbers of giant green ape-fungus people that actually shoot and use massive and dangerous machines of war, OR literally infinite numbers of all consuming space locust that can be as big as a fucking fortress or as small as fucking bacteria and they're all linked to a single hive mind OR much scarier version of indestructable soulless robots that have weapons that literally flay you on molecular level, I'd say incursion by some phony robot jellyfish rogue AI would be contained on the planet / system in question by local PDF, Imperium proper wouldn't even notice something like this..."
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#39 - wholesomeburn (11/27/2016) [-]
The only reason the reapers are even doing well by Mass Effect 3 is because they harvest every cycle before they become advanced enough to even matter. Its like starting out a RTS with a full base, max units, and max resources and rushing a guy who has finished his first squad of units.
#40 - thefallenlord (11/27/2016) [-]
And the fact they know ins and outs of Mass Effect technology because they left if for advancing races to explore and utilize, thus knowing what kind of technology and weaponery to expect when they inevitably return.
And the fact that they can subdue lesser species and subvert their governments.
And the fact that they leave almost no trace of their existence thus making sure they ambush the advancing species.
And the fact they use decapitation strike via Citadel Relay and control Mass Relay network.

They wouldn't have any of them against Imperium anyway, Imperium doesn't have centralised government outside of Segmentum Commands and Holy Terra itself, and even those are under constant scrutiny by the Holy Inquisition. They don't utilize mass effect technology in any way. The military is hilariously unequal in favor of Imperium, not to mention how boned Reapers would be the moment Imperium decides to attack mass relays as they have no use for them. Also I would like to see Reapers try and indoctrinate anyone in Imperium to any greater degree before *HERESY* alarms start blearing and half the world will be put to a torch.
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#30 - thechosentroll (11/27/2016) [-]
How the fuck do you measure the yield of a fucking vortex torpedo? It doesn't explode, it just rips a hole in the fabric of reality that sucks everything nearby into the warp. It doesn't destroy things, it just removes them from our reality. It's usually the warp demons that destroy the things.
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#32 - thefallenlord (11/27/2016) [-]
In context of the sentence both Plasma Macro Batteries and Nova Cannons have measurable yields. As such we're talking about destructive potential where with most weapons it comes down to yield, but with some like Vortex Weapons and arguably Lances, Graviton and Volkite weapons, or most of Necron weaponry it makes it impossible. But it would still be quite useful to mention yield, if only as destructive potential which is in case of Vortex weapons absolute.
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#33 - thechosentroll (11/27/2016) [-]
So, basically, they have a weapon yield of "yes".
#82 - marcuss (11/28/2016) [-]
**marcuss used "*roll picture*"**
**marcuss rolled image** IoM in a nutshell
#14 - SweetJesus (11/27/2016) [-]
Don't forget their backup plan of a planet.
#28 - carlonord (11/27/2016) [-]
I love that line, "There's STILL some Orks."

Fucking fungus people, literally ten times more guardsmen than atoms in the universe, and there's still some Orks.