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Hey everybody im interested in other peoples armys so im asking does anyone have his own kind like a new chapter for the space marines and tell me how they were formed(make up a story) i wanna know every detail about it. please post it up.[/quote]
 

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well, I have a chapter made up of complete idiots. They all follow the Index Astartes to the letter, to the extent of just standing there taking fire, cause the Liber Tactica doesn't mention the situation they're in (three orks on warbikes, wearing thongs on their heads).

Braindead as they all are, they also don't mind beeing bullied around by bigger, badder braindeads, with mysterious stars on their shoulders.
Beeing told to jump off a cliff, the stupid mankey-marine does it, even without hesitation...

In addition they completely ignore fashion statements, ignorantly choosing to wear the same pieces of covering and colours as the book stated hundreds of years ago.

My very own special chapter is named...no...wait one minute, that's the Ultramarines. ops, my bad :p
 

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My Catachan "Gallows Dancers" Death World army is my favorite.
I call them the Gallows Dancers because being from Florida with its many miles of swampy coastline the state was and still is a natural haven for smugglers, gun runners, and various other criminal types throught out its long history. Even the pirate Laffyette held onto an old spanish fort long enough to sack it, that I played in as a kid. The Catachans just seemed right for that type of terrain, so I based my Death World army on the old time Floridians that I listened to as a youngster. Some of the smugglers even being kin. :lol: If you look closely at a detailed map of Florida and the Everglades, you will see that the "glades"actually run from Key West in the south of Florida all the way up into the state of Georga. Only in Georga they call it the Okeefenokee swamp. Hows that for for a big swamp to recruit an army from? And you know that anyone that can survive under those conditions has gotta be tougher than woodpecker lips!
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My army is the 3rd Kriegs Panzer Division (themed on the German WWII army), their Leader is Colonel Rommel and they have been an active regiment for over 953 victorious years (about 15 battles) and their name is woven in silver thread on an honour pennant, amongst other thousands of flags beside the Golden Throne of Terra. They are an Armoured/Infantry/Mechanised company and use Cadian and Steel Legoin models. Their planet Krieg is an industrial, Forge World, Where countless millions of loyal citizens either muster for the Gaurd or work in the factories creating everything form BaneBlades to Laspistols, working tirelessy in the name of the Imortal Emperor.
 

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My latest space marine army is of the teletubby chapter.
They are the magical chapeter that rather uses the funny antennas on their heads instead of their bolters.

They have a nasty habit of either scaring everyone to death or boring them to death. Scaring them to death you say? Think of it this way: How would you feel if you were in a ruined city, in a dark alley when suddenly a teletubby jumps out with open arms towards you?

They like assaulting their enemy in their propeller tanks an throw rabbits at enemy assaulters to scare them off.
In close combat their mighty elites in fuzzy armour(2+ save) they like to hug their enemies to death.

They are led by the mighty lord commander Tinkiwinky, who uses his magical "boo" powers on you.

Beware or they will love oyu to death...
 

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:lol: Dragon, my 3 year old grandson would love your army, but only if the commander was a big purple dinosaur and the elites were made up of veggie tale characters.
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i made some space marines awhile back, they had goblin green power armor with a green ink wash, red shoulder plates with mithril silver trim, and mithril silver helmets. I called em the Green Boys (props to Major Pain)...but to my dismay, everyone else called them Christmas Men...so i scrapped that idea
 

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I created my own craftworld complete with Tome (12 pages long). I'm also building the army of the Heretic Tech-Priest Arch Magos Tolanus (i've heard that name before... can't think where :D )
 

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I still have to assemble my army and so far I have 8 Terminators, 5 plastic and 3 metal. I have purchased another 50 through mail order and hope to start working on them during Christmas... :a

I have decided on the Exorcist Chapter due to the almost non-existent fluff. Except for the part that they are possessed and exorcised as part of their initiation into the Chapter of course.

I thought that it might be better that way after all there are alot of chapters out there that have not been document as of yet......lol

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I've got the Maroc Marauders. They are a their own Chapter, and only have one world with a monestary, even though their force is great. Their Khan, Agustin Sanchez, loves tecnology, and will always substitute a Lascannon in place of a Heavy Bolter even if the bolter would be more sensible in a battle. His squad have huge (special weapons:trooper) ratios, and all of their tanks have the latest weaponry.
There you go, and this should be under fluff.
 

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the 1st Doverian Irregulars, Flying Stormers, Cityfight, Cavalry, Mechanised, and Guerillas basically the world Dover doesn't make 2 regiments of the same type as the first hasnt earned the right for there to be a second.
 
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