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I know there are some radical space marine chapters but i dont know which ones they are. i was hoping to use some radical marines as allies for my radical inquisitor
I think its in Daemonhunters bits and pieces.
Exorcists - mine
Flame Falcons - EXtremis diabolus
Soul Drinkers - mutated and deemed extremis hereticus.
Black Dragons - deemed a danger due to their minor mutation.
not sure of the others...
Whoso would be a man must be a non conformist
People should be taught what is, not what should be.
You could alwaysgo Blood Angels... then again, I am biased ;-). But they are a "radical" army, in that the Death Company and the Black Rage add so much more on the Codex chapters. Space Wolves are also good if you're looking for something different.
I suppose, if worst comes to the worst, you could always create your own chapter...
well, if you mean radical to the imperial creed, go with black templars.
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Any marines that are now Codex marines (balck templar are codex so blah) are radical. So lets see, space wolves, dark angels, blood angels....
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I am a black templar player myself, but i'd have to say either dark angels or blood angels. They seem to be the most radical. Dark Angels = racist bastards who hate all aliens. Blood Angels = crazy berzerkerz
To go with and Inquisitor a Chapter so wrapped up in Imperial Creed, would be the Ultramarines or the Imperial Fists. Racists would be the Dark Angels and the complete psycho category goes to the Blood Angels. Its just what you want the Chapter to do in the end.
are there any rules for the excorcists?
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Hooold on guys. All of the Space Marines could be considered "radical" with respect to the Imperial creed, as the Space Marines believe the Emperor to be a man, not a god. This comes a little more naturally for them as they are men and have a little bit of their primarch in them, and their primarch had a bit of the Emperor in him.
However, they are not what you would call "radical" in the inquisitorial sense. He is talking about a radical Inquisitor: the guys who use demon hosts and so forth. You would need a much more "radical" Space Marine chapter than your average chapter to go along with such things.
By the way, the Blood Angels are not just "psycho" or "crazy." Things go a little deeper than that for them and in this case would, I think, actually make them less likely to ally with a radical Inquisitor. (They have enough problems with people being suspicious and are already constantly trying to prove themselves as it is.)
"Don't Delay-The best is the enemy of the good. By this I mean that a good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan next week. War is a very simple thing, and the determining characteristics are self-confidence, speed, and audacity. None of these things can ever be perfect, but they can be good."
-General George S. Patton, Jr.
Errr, radical Inquisitors create their own Daemonhosts, so I doubt devout followers of the Imperial creed (eg Ultramarines, Imperial Fists) would aid them. Daemonhunters will likely kill them on sight. I don't know any of this, but I have reason to believe its true. I read it on one of the threads on this site, a Tyranid story thing, but I can't remember where it was.
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