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so i picked the name for my chapter and have developed some fluff......
Archangel (chapter master)-Michael Octavian- for him i use dantes codex entry but made my own model from the sanguinor and sang guard parts. i think he looks sweet i will post a link to him shortly.
the color scheme is similar to the flesh tearers with some minor changes. the sang guard are black and the chapter has somewhat stabilized their gene seed. i dont ever use death company so it works for me. the chapter has roughly 800 marines with a heavy emphasis on jump pack insertion. i want to create a head librarian a sang priest and chaplain. when i get all the fluff in order ive been working on ill post it in order. im also trying to think of a way to justify their ability to fix the gene seed. any suggestions would be great
A moment of weakness spawns a life tme of heresy...
Not sure that this can be done, as fixing the Black Rage is nigh impossible; if it's been done for one chapter, why not all? The only ones that are documented as having done so are possibly the Lamenters, but they seem to be cursed with supernaturally bad luck and so have an equally problematic curse of their own. I'm not sure it can be done without major geneseed tweakery, which is technically technoheresy.
The Lamenters are the only successor that's cured the Flaw, and they're supposedly cursed as a consequence. Not saying it can't happen - because, well, it did - but there's got to be a downside, or else it's just a fluff houdini.
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Mr_Wayne: "Some people believe that the World Eaters do not field any ranged weaponry. Those people often die at a distance."
Perhaps rather than claiming a cure, a divergence would be more appropriate. Perhaps it shows itself in slightly different ways, or less obvious ways.
And now my bitter hands cradle broken glassOf what was everything... - Black by Pearl Jam