also, I'd make the ampullae of Lorenzini a mutation of the Omophagea(as all sharks have them).
Nice idea, I’ll think on it
Also(this isn't really a sugesstion or anything) I was kind of disapointed that the Space Sharks didn't use Drednaughts(pictures longimanus based drednaught) hell yeah
They have no real need of them, though I suppose there may be one, tucked away somewhere
I was just re-reading the Dragon based chapter and I'm just wondering, are all of the dragons in the chapter based on chinese dragons? I'm sorry to put forward the Welsh again but it is on our flag and it's one of our most important signs of Wales.
Yep, the Dragons are a Chinese based chapter, so no welsh dragons. Nice idea for a new chapters though.
Also, regarding the Omen. Which celtic tribes represent each company? I know you've used Cornwall, Scotland, Wales and Ireland but who are the rest?
From an earlier post;
I thinking of added Gaul and Briton as minor tribes (to get them up to 8).
Isle of Man
I am open to suggestions.
For your Red Maw chapter, how are you making the red thirst affect them
The Red Maw are much like the Blood Angels except the curse is worse and the effects become apparent much earlier in a marines life. They drink blood and lots of it. Their primary diet group is
blood! Consisting of the four major food, err, blood groups (A, B, AB, and O)
I not really sure a chapter of marines would be excommunicated from bizarre blood drinking rituals, it seems very common.
Anyway, any more chapters to come or are these the final few?
I’ve been working up the Blood Eagles from this thread;http://www.bolterand...howtopic=113058
I just added them to the list here
Are you proposing sea orks?
There is an old myth of Orcs that were like sea pigs with tusks. Perhaps the Ork ecosystem can handle sea terra-forming, a spore landing in the sea becomes aquatic!
Perhaps some type of Ork/ squig hybrid thing?
Or maybe Orks are more adaptable then first meets the eye, and an Ork that dwells in sea water for any length of time will gain webbed hands and feet and maybe even gills! A from on evolution where the animal transforms to match it's surroundings, rather than the usual route of generations dying off out and those random few with advantage mutations rise to the top. Here the evolution aspect may be the weird symbiotic algae thing, where some strains die off/ become dormant in seawater and others come to the fore bring about changes.
It also open up the idea that there may be other types of Ork, perhaps ones specially designs for deserts of volcanic worlds with tough crabby skin.
And yes bionics would be a good way around the cyclopean issue but a real cyclops is better than a fake one in my view
How about a ‘mad boy’ with Psyker third eye of death?