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assuming that the sons of malice are dedicated to mamlaal, this is my kill team fluff.:w00t:
there was a great battle, perhaps during Abbadon's 13th crusade. The exact details are not important. The story says that a great hero of the Space Wolves chapter was faced with the writhing caress of Slaanesh. He lost his mind.
After his company's narrow defeat of the slanneshi horde he was last seen eating the corpses of his fallen comrades and ranting maniacally.
He was pursued into the nearby woods, but was never seen again.
Lately there have been reports of a lone space marine dressed in black and white chaos armor who moves with unholy speed. There have been no living witnessess, although there have been reports of wolves howling precedeing the assaults.
The good news is that no Imperial forces have been hurt. Meanwhile attacks from chaos from the reporting outpost have deminished:wacko:
i like it!!!one thing why have him in old chaos armour surely he would have mk 7 armour if it was at the 13th crusade.another thing if or hopfully when u decide to write up an army list and make the kill team give as many of your men dreadaxes as i recall those are the weapons made by malaal to destroy demons!!!
i like the fluff alot!!mainly cause i like malaal.
well done,i very much approve
INNOCENCE IS NOT IMMUNITY
Yes, the sons of malice are a coherent chapter, and a pretty intact one, because they didn't suffer many casualties during their betrayal..
And DN is right.. An inquisitor caught them having a massive cannibalistic saccrifice-fest so she tried to stop them, and became part of the celebration.
The sons attack loyalists on sight.. they hate everyone. Unsurprising since they worship a god of hatred. They also attack in complete silence, so the howling is off.
Last edited by The_Giant_Mantis; December 11th, 2005 at 01:34.
Besides the flaw Xerxes pointed out, im a bit confused, chaos turned him crazy, so he then attacks chaos meanwhile feasting on Imperial corpses? Your kill team is composed of this lone maniac marine? Good fluff though, just needs some more details to work out the kinks.
let me clarify. Champions of Malal work alone because they hate everybody else.
The horror of seeing most of his brother marines cut down by the servants of slaanesh drove him mad. At the moment he lost his mind Malal steps in and offers him revenge, but there will be a tribute, something to show his new found loyalty to Malal...This is the bloodfeast ( because I heard the Sons of Malice are cannibals)
He runs into the woods, receives a few gifts from his new god and recruits a few wolves to hunt and eat with him. ( He was a space wolf after all.)
the kill team is 1 lone champion and 10 chaos hounds.
It totals somewhere around 157 pts.
11 Models (Malal's sacred number):wacko:
Not in 40k, the sons of malice are a coherent organization.Originally Posted by shango
They aren't a bunch of crazy marines from other chapters. They started out as a loyalist chapter called the sons of malice, and then fell to chaos. So no space wolves, I'm afraid..
They are not crazy, they are actually quite lucid. They just attack anyone they come into contact with who is not a son of malice, and they have cannibalistic feasts.
Giant Mantis where do you get your info from?
I was under the impression that the Sons of Malice were a pretty much fluffless chapter.
More of a tribute to the old Malal fluff that is no longer official GW stuff.
Weren't they meant to be kind of a "create your own fluff" chapter?
If not, I would appreciate any confirmed info that you have, as the fluff for my kill team would then have to change. (I already have the Champion about 80% painted)
sounds crazy to me!:wacko:Originally Posted by The_Giant_Mantis