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NightrawenII

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Dark Scorpions


....the Lost...

.....the Forgotten...

.....the Cursed...


New paint-scheme:
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Also the Chapter was renamed to Manticora Warriors.;)

Edited by NightrawenII, 25 September 2011 - 11:08 AM.

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Some good points

Although deemed as uninhabitable, the planet have a human inhabitants

this line needs changing to something like, 'Although deemed as uninhabitable, the plant does have some human inhabitants'

you just need to explain everything in more detail ;)

'In the grim darkness of the future, there is only... cake?'

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The homeworld and Beliefs section updated.

I will add a Origins and Gene-seed (and maybe a Organisation) section in no time. ;)

Edited by NightrawenII, 09 February 2010 - 10:15 AM.

It may seem counterintuitive but in ancient warfare, fleeing from battle was usually a good way to get oneself killed.
~ Jeffrey R. Cox - Cascading Failure: The Roman Disaster at Adrianople AD 378

 

Give the peasants neither life nor death.

~ Tokugawa Ieyasu

 

Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.

~ Blaise Pascal


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if its a desert why does it have killer planets, one of the defining features of a desert is that they are almost lifeless, would some form of creature not work better (still however adopting you 'grey time' for when it moves)

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if its a desert why does it have killer planets, one of the defining features of a desert is that they are almost lifeless, would some form of creature not work better (still however adopting you 'grey time' for when it moves)


What is it a *killer planets*?

And also it isnt desert like Sahara but more like Mexico coutryside. The planet is dry and almost lifeless, but not only sand and rock, the closer to polar the more hospitable Polar Area
Source: Desert


hehe, it need a update. :)

Edited by NightrawenII, 22 June 2009 - 06:08 PM.

It may seem counterintuitive but in ancient warfare, fleeing from battle was usually a good way to get oneself killed.
~ Jeffrey R. Cox - Cascading Failure: The Roman Disaster at Adrianople AD 378

 

Give the peasants neither life nor death.

~ Tokugawa Ieyasu

 

Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.

~ Blaise Pascal


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if its a desert why does it have killer planets, one of the defining features of a desert is that they are almost lifeless, would some form of creature not work better (still however adopting you 'grey time' for when it moves)


What is it a *killer planets*?

And also it isnt desert like Sahara but more like Mexico coutryside. The planet is dry and almost lifeless, but not only sand and rock, the closer to polar the more hospitable Polar Area
Source: Desert


hehe, it need a update. :lol:


hehe planets lol, i ment plants

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if its a desert why does it have killer planets, one of the defining features of a desert is that they are almost lifeless, would some form of creature not work better (still however adopting you 'grey time' for when it moves)


What is it a *killer planets*?

And also it isnt desert like Sahara but more like Mexico coutryside. The planet is dry and almost lifeless, but not only sand and rock, the closer to polar the more hospitable Polar Area
Source: Desert


hehe, it need a update. :lol:


hehe planets lol, i ment plants


Ah, o.k.
I changed this bit, the fauna(=animals) are killers.

Edited by NightrawenII, 23 June 2009 - 09:00 AM.

It may seem counterintuitive but in ancient warfare, fleeing from battle was usually a good way to get oneself killed.
~ Jeffrey R. Cox - Cascading Failure: The Roman Disaster at Adrianople AD 378

 

Give the peasants neither life nor death.

~ Tokugawa Ieyasu

 

Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.

~ Blaise Pascal





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