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This is a sad, sad, sad thread. But funny!
Henceforth no man shall set foot upon the world, and all around shall be set sentinals to ward away unwary spacecraft. We must accept that this place is lost to us forever, and is now the eternal habitation of abomination.
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE</div><div class='quotemain'>another annoying thing i hate: 47,000 similies in one post. just thoght id throw that in there and see if anybody else hates it as much as i do.</div>
I think that this is pretty much dead, but, I'm going to kick it before it goes down: what would happen if, by some circumstance, a SM did have a kid? Would the kids be half-superhuman? Also, where is Inquisitor? He usually shows up in this kind of situation, spouting his encyclopedic knowledge of the WH40k universe.
Si em, tow en can de lach.
Tak! Tak! Tak ah wan, Tak a lah!
Mi tow, can de lach.
Mi him, en tow.
The son of a Daemonette of Slaanesh and a valiant Space Marine she seduced, raped and killed, and somehow this ***** child escapes into the universe... now there's a Warhammer 40,000 novel angle for you.
Every whisper of the future from the Warp speaks of a hundred battles lost, a thousand lives devoured and a million enemies born. -- Inquisitor Lord Babel
and the half-child is Marneus Calgar
Man I wouldnt mind takin a crack at one of those sisters of battle. Meeeeoooowww, but as for a space marine not able to have sex or have a sexual desire. god that would suck. probably why there so fanaticle in ballte. I can just see it.
"Just Kill me, I havnt gotten layed in my lifetime. I have nothing to live for"
ya boyz got to have fun
The children of a SM would be normal humans. The majority of modifications to a SM appear to be implant based, with things like growth done by super advanced steroids. There is a degree of gene modification but I would imagine that it would not extend as far as modifying the individual sperm of a marine which is what would be required for an adult human to aquire the ability to produce superhuman children.
no because when most space marriens are make marriens they get there gentic code changed so they would be half marriens
*Dry humping on the battlefield... chink, chink, chink*
HQ: Knock it off were in a battle! Well... not literally.
It's not Raymond Luxury Yacht, It's pronounced throat wobbler mangrove.
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My elvish name is Maeglin Meneldur.
The "deviant genetic transmission methods" involved blood transplants. After the final battle of terra, the Blood Angels didn't have enough progenoid glands to repopulate their chapter and so used blood taken from Sanguinius' body to clone more marines. The problem with so psychic a being as Sanguinius (he was a seer of some sort) was that his genes could not transmit the essence of his entire being (which is why the first marines were clones of the primarchs but were nowhere equal to them in power), and the genes were further inhabited by the rage Sanguinius felt when battling Horus (though some believe that it was corrupted by Horus' blood during their fight.) Thus the black rage etc.
On Space Marines and children: I have not heard any evidence regarding the sterilization of Space Marines upon induction, but I'm pretty sure that an oath of chastity is the least of the things that they would be forced to accept. The offspring of a Space Marine would not really be anything special (otherwise wouldn't the Imperium have vast breeding programs to transform humanity into these superhuman dedicated warrior-monks.) This is probably because the changes made to develop a space marine involve hormone therapy, hypno-learning, and surgery, rather than genetic change.
Gutzdreg, Ork Scribe
Not as satisfying as Inquisitor, but better for you.