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Solomon was recruited from the lower classes of Caliban. He was a strong young man, and an excellent recruit. He rose through the ranks quickly, despite his brooding personality, and soon became a captain. When the Fall of Caliban came, he was amongst the Fallen to be spirited away by the powers of Chaos. In the years since, he has plagued the Imperium, leading renegades, traitors and heretics against the Emperor. During his career, he has plundered one of his former chapter’s bikes, and spitefully employed the previous owner’s skull as an armor-repairing servo-skull, keeping it forever bound to its bike. He continues to wear his chapter’s colors, perhaps as a mockery of their hunt for him, but mixes it with the colors of whichever Traitor Legion he happens to be serving at the time. Currently, he dons the mantle of an Iron Warriors Warsmith, including a servo-arm-equipped backpack and a lightning claw of unknown origin. It is theorized by the Inquisition that it was given to him by Perturabo himself, as a recognition of his prowess, but such claims remain unsubstantiated.Just looking for some advice on the fluff I've concocted for a pair of special characters - Let me know what you all think.Brother-Captain Solomon, formerly of the Dark Angels, currently known as Mortesse Vite of the Iron WarriorsImperial Designation: Hierospex0-1 HIEROSPEX
Common Name: Broodpit, Spawner
Species Name: Tyranicus Mortis
The creature known as the Hierospex was first sighted during the siege of Quintar in 998.M41. It is the smallest example of a reproductive Tyranid organism yet sighted, although it is still the size of a baneblade super-heavy tank. It is adapted for a battlefield role as well, as many a shattered city will attest. It appears to be a specialist mutation of the Carnifex genus.
Ehhh it all seems alright. I mean, it's pretty solid, although im not sure the hive mind would be like " uh...geeze...ok ok...how about...baby making machines that are also used for war? yah? you guys like it? ok cool now on to our f-ing leather wings......" so...just get around that.
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Why have the nids thing in there at all? What does it add to the theme? It doesn't crop up in the story at all.
Which I'm not sure entirely tallies anyway. While the Fallen may have completely succumbed to Chaos after their dispersal, they wouldn't be adopted into a Legion; the Legions're far too proud for that.