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I'm just wondering if anyone knows which chapters of the Sisters of Battle are considered radical in their actions... Are any reknowned for being extremely radical?
I'm trying to figure out the colour scheme for my army and would like to work it off some fluff.
Thank you in advance
I think the most radical Order you would get is one that goes against canon and calls the Emperor, 'the Divine, August Imperial Majesty'. As apposed to 'the Divine Imperial Majesty'...
It is a matter of serious contention between learned men.
I don't know if any pf the Majoris chapters are that radical, but you can make your own chapter. Recently me and some friends played a campaign where my Sisters Force was devoutly radical, so much so that they sought to purge a heresiarch and some of his heretical followers from the ecchlesiarchy....or so they believed...
but to your question, if you want to make your own chapter, make them as radical/devout/etc as you wish. Then you can create your own color scheme too.
If you win games against Nids with flamers (aside from the Inferno Cannon on a Hellhound), you're playing against opponents with stupidity of impressive magnitude.
Yeah I agreee but I was hoping that there was something to base it from.
I have my own fluff to add, with my DH =][= and her daemonhosts, WH =][= and her assasins etc All woman, anti the boysclub strict ideals and iron fist control.
Yeah, I can imagine some radical sisters. Ones who hate psykers so bad they go on a crusade to try and kill every single one, including the emperor. They would see themselves as misunderstood martyrs who were the only ones who could see the evil that had taken control of the imperium.