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So... Has anyone made rules/have an idea on how to use the sororitas in inquisitor? I have seen =][= fiction in which they are used, but I have never seen actual rules for them
P.S.- There was a rule set for Sisters Repentia, but I am thinking more on the lines of a Seraphim or 2
There are rules for Sororitas in the 2004 Annual / Exterminatus 8. You might find a copy here. I don't believe it covers Seraphim specifically but it'd be easy to tweak the stats and give them the correct equipment.
Personally I'd have though a battle sister would be overkill for most games - nevermind a veteran with a jump pack... I've got the bits to build a 54mm battle sister, but she's going to be dressed in robes rather than power armour to make her a bit more fun to play.
The sisters aren't quite as overdone as the Space Marines, but they're rough. The rules provided are good, use them. Just understand that they're only good for higher-powered missions, maybe as a roaming "helpful" character who participates in a single battle before moving on.
I allowed them to be included in a campaign I was GMing once, back when I played more often. I had players running teams of Space Marines against eachother. It was cool, but there wasn't much story, because they could handle just about everything I whipped up.
I wouldn't say marines are over-powered - they're as powerful as they should be, which is to say, a lot more powerful than a mere human!
I'd say that sisters are fine as characters in terms of stats, but they're extremely well equipped. Bolt weapons are easily capable of taking someone out of the game with one hit (which can get a bit dull when you only have 3-4 characters each) and power armour makes them all but invulnerable to most of the common weapons - shotguns, lasguns, stubbers etc. Hence why mine is going to be wearing her robes instead - she'll still be skilled and well armed, but a lot more fragile.
If anything though, I'd say the non-militant orders are a better source of characters for Inquisitor...
A la "Liber Sororitas" from WD...292.
"The Orders Dialogus
The Sisters of the Orders Dialogus are scholars and advisors, experts in the translation of texts both human and xenos, holy and blasphemous. Their services are frequently sought out by the Inquisition, for their skills can unlock the most obscure cipher and uncover the most concealed reference that may bring a hidden traitor to justice. It is said that it is the most senior members of of the Orders Dialogues that maintain the ancient texts held within the dark and dusty library of the Vault of Origins, deep beneath the Ecclesiarch's Palace on Terra. Only the highest-ranking members of the Ecclesiarchy are allowed access to this most holy archive, for it is rumored that the heaviest of secrets regarding the events of the Age of Apostasy and Vandire's Reign of Blood are locked away within it.
The Orders Famulos
The Orders Famulos form a network of chamberlains, advisors, and diplomats, whose role is to ensure that the Imperium's noble families work toward the ultimate good of Mankind and to broker trade agreements, alliances, and marriages between families. Members of the Orders Famulos are often sympathetic to the beliefs of Inquisitors of the Thorian faction, who hold that the Emperor works directly through his subjects, a belief which explains the miraculous feats performed by the many previous saints of the Imperium. Given that the Orders Famulos have access to the genealogical records of uncounted millions of Imperial citizens, it is not surprising that their hand is often at work before, during, and after a manifestation of the Emperor's Grace is recorded. On occasion, the Orders Famulos seem to able to predict when such a manifestation is likely to appear.
The Orders Hospitaler
The Orders Hospitaler provide surgeons, physicians, and nurses to all arms of the Imperial Military (with the exception of the Adeptus Astartes) and perform acts of great compassion in the execution of their duties. The soldiers under their care often regard these Sisters as saintly figures, and many have been canonized, often posthumously, after some act of great personal bravery in the face of the enemy. Members of the Orders Hospitaller can be found accompanying many branches of the Imperium's military, from Imperial Guard regiments to Rouge Traders' personal armies, and are reknowned for their skills throughout the Imperium. Members of the Orders Hospitaller have also been known to work in conjunction with the Orders Famulos, where their skills complement each outher in researching the details of blood lines and genealogy.
The Orders Sabine
A little known group among the peoples of the Imperium, the Orders Sabine operate at the very edges of human space, perhaps only returning to Terra or Ophelia VII once in a lifetime. The Orders Sabine accompany the Missionarius Galaxia on missions to newly rediscovered human worlds, and the Sisters Sabine specialize in infiltrating those often regressed and primitive societies that could often oppose the arrival of the Imperium. Sisters Sabine often set themselves up as prophets of the Emperor, preaching the Imperial Cult in secret or fomenting revolt against the religious leaders of a world. When the Missionarius Galaxia arrives and announces its presence to the world's peoples, the Sisters Sabine will have prophecied such and event and will lead those natives sympathetic to the Imperial Creed in a sudden and deadly coup against their leaders. Through their work, the Sisters Sabine are often cut off from the Imperium for a great many years, and many have the appearance of having "gone native" by adopting the clothing, language, and manners of the infiltrated culture. It is only when her true purpose is revealed that the Sabine will throw off her disguise adn become, once again, a pious servant of the Emperor.
The Orders Pronatus
The Orders Pronatus specialize in retrieving, guarding, studying, and repairing artifacts of value to the Ecclesiarchy. These items include the uncounted thousands of holy relics revered by the peoples of the Imperium as well as artifacts captured by the forces of the Imperium that are considered too powerful or significant tofall into enemy hands. The Sisters Pronatus also have the responsibility or maintaining and blessing the many banners and symbols of the Orders Militant, and have even been called upon to reconsecrate the livery of other Imperial bodies, as was the case when the Chapter banner of the Lamenters Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes after its involvement in the Badab Uprising. It is said that the Sisters Pronatus who repaired the banner wept openly, so terrible to contemplate were the sins of the Lamenters. To this day, the standard is known as the Banner of Tears. Some Orders Pronatus are known to have given all in defense of the artifacs they are charged with guarding or studying, and the facte of the Order of Blessed Enquiry is a salutory lesson in the risks inherent in hoarding an object inbued with the evil of the Ruinous Powers, even if the intent is to safeguard humanity from its influence.
Exactly. I've already got a Sister Hospitaller, and plan to convert/sculpt a Dialogus and Famulous, as well as one from a Militant order.