Hyrion, on 26 Mar 2014 - 10:24, said:
-The Red Tear is described as an modified Gloriana Class Ship in .... forgot the name of the book about the blood angles and signus prime
-Barbaru's Sting is named Barbaros Sting in Collected Visions and and called a Strike Craft
-Gladiator World eaters Capital Ship collected Visions (misslabled as Death guard)
-Callidor is named Callidora in Collected Visions
Ok, let's see...
1) The Red Tear in "Fear to Tread", which I believe is the book you're referring, is referred to as "The Legion's Flagship battle-barge". Since I have the ebook version I made a search and the word "Gloriana" is not included in the book at all. Now if you are referring to a different book, we need the title, and I'll do the rest!
2)You are absolutely right - there are two version in the name of this ship. Question is, is the name of the planet Barbaros or Barbarus? I believe is the latter but if you feel otherwise point me to your source and will change it to the correct name.
3)Hmmm... in my version (the original four volumes with the card list in the end of the fourth one) it is clearly mentioned as a World Eaters vessel... Regardless, I'm adding it. Nice find.
4) Sorry, couldn't find that one... Which Legion?
Kol_Saresk, on 26 Mar 2014 - 12:55, said:
As awesome as that would be(especially if there were pictures), I think it'll just be a highlights reel of various notables.
Captain Semper, on 26 Mar 2014 - 08:48, said:
The Contrador was aleady included as it appeared in the Crimson Fists novella in the Shadows of Treachery anthology. However this is a new sources andadds a very rare piece of info: A class for a Battle Barge! So I have updated this accordingly.
Nice find timdp!
BTW what do you guys think of this "Warships of the Great Crusade"? Are we getting a complete list?
I guess you're right... I actually hope there will be some gems there but far from a complete list.
DarKnight, on 26 Mar 2014 - 14:17, said:
Misericord is listed here as a Blood Angels ship, but I'm am fairly certain it is an Emperor's Children ship mentioned in Fulgrim. This is an amazing resource BTW Captain Semper, I think you have a future as a servitor!
Ah, the Misericord... You're right - but it's in Horus Rising... Will correct. Thanks for the kind words.
Inquisitor Kravin, on 26 Mar 2014 - 15:09, said:
Nidhoggr / ??? / ??? / Prospero Burns by Dan Abnett [BL] SM Captain Ogvai Ogvai Helmschrott (Jarl of Trar)
Please note that I do not have a copy of the book Prospero Burns, only the Audio Book version, so I have never seen these names written down, spelling is guessed based on pronunciation in the audio drama.
Nidhoggur! Nice catch Inq. Kravin!
timdp, on 26 Mar 2014 - 17:58, said:
At the Battle of Phall, the "Legates" class battle barge Contrador was commanded by the Iron Warriors war leader Erasmus(?) Colg, who was the commander of the Legion's 11th company.
Gagoc has pointed out that I may have read "Legates" incorrectly and that it probably should be "Legatus".
Legatus it is.
I'll make the acrtual changes later on - probably tomorrow... dead tired now!
Thanks everybody, keep 'em coming!