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Grey Knights have Brotherhoods instead of Companies like other SM. I wanted to know if it's "fluffy" to have a Brotherhood that was lost in the warp and only recently returned to the Emperium? I really dont want to use any of the existing Brotherhoods and I have an idea for a "Lost Purifier" Brotherhood led by a "Crowe-like" champion. Is this a plausible idea or am i reaching too far? Thanks for your help
I dont think that this is difficult to happen at all.Though the GK's have propably the best astropaths and navigators in the imperium i wont be suprised if a freak warpstorm took em off course and they reapeared somewhere else after 200 years,so why not?
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Or.... if they had to stand in a warp breach as it closed (somewhat like the 13th chapter of the space wolves disappearing into the warp after...?...some thousand sons guy)
and having been there fighting chaos all the while and now finally returning to the normal side...
maybe on a chaos planet that has appeared in the material relam again... like the one mentioned in the codex that appears and disappears
The one mentioned in the codex is actually a Necron planet, so.....
That said, why bother having them lost in the warp? Just make them a "historical" brotherhood. It's not like there aren't enough empty areas of fluff to work with, not everything needs to happen in 999.M41
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