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So, here I am 4am and thinking of army color schemes, since I am thinking of scrapping my straight up chrome and black look.
But, do any of you think that Necrons and Chaos would ever work together. From a glitch in programming or something to that effect and an Emmisary of a Chaos god returning to its lord and telling them of the warriors they saw, and come up with a truce/alliance?
And does anyone know of a metallic pink or purple, that could be used?
I use a very specific mix for my destroyers that is a mix of mithril silver and the citadel purple. It comes out with a very nice sheen and depth. Just know that the mix will dry really fast. I personally made the mix in the purple pot so I did not have to worry about getting the mix correct in future batches. Best of luck!
I have often wondered about this, and the potential for Necrons to interact with the Obliterator virus.
I know the Ctan DETEST the warp, and would never deal with warp mongerers...however, since the Necrons now destroyed the Ctan does the book still point them as NEVER deal with the warp kind of guys still?
And one thing to point out, if the Necrons worked WITH the blood angels in that one mission, who's to say some ODDLY other situation came up with your group forcing a short alliance...
"There is only do, or do not. There is no try." - Yoda
See, I'm thinking that the two main draws of the Warp are promises of power, and promises of immortality, both of which Necrons already have in abundance. Within the Imperium there is also the appeal of rebelion against the strict dogma of the Ecclesiarchy, but Necrons have no need for that either!
I could see an alliance forming until the conclusion of a campaign, or series of. And while the Necrons may be inclined to part ways without bloodshed, I cannot see the forces of Chaos planning any such amiable conclusion -- although the C'tan are now destroyed, the Necrons still harness the power of their former masters, and the C'tan are the antithesis of everything Chaos.
So in conclusion, I could believe in a temporary alliance (or even long term, though still temporary in the grander scheme of things), but I could not believe in Chaos-like Necrons, unless the Chaos-likeness were imposed upon them. Hence why I mentioned the Obliterator virus (which admittedly, I know little about).
Necrons from what i understand are not robots in the sense that they are programmed but more like living mechanism's so i don't think they would suffer from a glitch in there programming. they could go insane like nemesor ZOLTAN though. (yay)
Also regarding fluff i have read, i consider them to be the ruthless army that doesn't want to be friend with anyone, but if it is in there best interest, they would "team up" or at the most not kill the other dudes to defeat a greater threat i.e blood angels and necrons vs nids.
you have got to remember necrons are fighting to annihilate the entire universe of life to regain they're home planets.Also i like to think that they still have to feed the C'tan shards some peeps too. snack sizes.
As for Chaos, I can see them making a "pact" of sorts with a follower of chaos, say their is a Titan foundry on a tomb world, they might be like "Hey -so n so- you can keep everything on the surface, if you let us get everything underneath, and eventually the planet itself" But like said above, I doubt the Chaos would likely let the Necrons part ways seamlessly after the events took place, but the 'crons might like to keep it civil.
Now say there is a glitch in the programming when a World was awoken, could a Necron lord happen to see eye to eye with a god. Do you think that might happen?
according to the warhammer 40k doubles rules necrons and chaos space marines are classed as grudging allies so they could indeed alli togther imo where as if they alli with and space marine chapter they are an unholy allaince.
The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving.