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IL XVIII - The Steel Legion

Steel Legion Alternate Heresy Brotherhood of the Lost BotL XVIII Legion Nomus Sardauk

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Perhaps archeotech which is feared to be the product of an AI?

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In that case, maybe it'll be easier if I shifted over to Legion Organization so we don't keep stepping on each other's toes.

 

Any thoughts about that, San?

 

 

If you're both cool with that and it makes things easier for the pair of you, go right ahead, I have complete faith in you both. thumbsup.gif

 

San?

Do you got all of your exemplary battles together?

Currently interested in Necron lore and I thoufht that Nomus discouvering a Tombworld could be interesting.

Fascinated by the high technology, Nomus engages the tomb, carefully trying to prevent the Necrons slumber

Unfortunately, they are accompanied by eithet a later loyal or a superstituos Legion, which wants to purge the tomb.
In the end, the Necrons awake and both forces have to fight them, resulting in the destruction of the entire tomb and its wonders.

This could be the first crack in Nomus' loyalty and the beginning of his doubtful view on his brothers and the Imperium as a whole.

Instead of trying to make use of the tombs scientific miracles, the backward thinking Imperium destroys a decent source of improvement for its own future...something, Nomus might have difficulties with to understand.

 

Exemplary ba- Dammit, I knew I'd forgotten something! Err, well the campaign against the Yss'h (need a snappier name for that) could be counted as one potentially, as for the rest, three Exemplary Battles was the goals correct? And do they need to be strictly pre-Insurrection?

 

Mmm, I agree with Blunt, it's waaaaay to early to bring the Necrons into things. I think at most we could at some point make a vague, passing reference to their existence, maybe Nomus and the SL are fighting Eldar of some sort and stumbles upon an ancient art piece, perhaps a mosiac, a painting or some such that depicts ancient Eldar in combat with silver skeletal machines, Nomus takes note of it for a moment before snapping back to the battle at hand.

 

Perhaps archeotech which is feared to be the product of an AI?

 

Nomus would be exceptionally wary of anything produced by an Abominable Intelligence, after witnessing the suffering of his people for so long under the oppression of the Overseer he has a distinct aversion towards them, or as close to hatred he can feel.


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I should've been more straight. I'm not saying that we name them Necrons. Just an unknwon high developed race.

Necron fluff stated that some even awoke during the GC that's why I came up with this idea but the Necrons are not fixed.

 

It is more about Nomus trying to make use of xenos tech, which is lost due to the actions of another Legion or condemned by the Emperor or whatever. Would that be of interest for you as a way of heralding the first cracks in Nomus "absolute" loyalty and persistence?


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The Y'ssh battle will be one of two. Yes, they need to be pre-Insurrection. Sometimes they are used to show how a Legion is slowly drifting towards corruption, but it has to be Great Crusade era. Would the xeno tech example of Kel's work for the second exemplary battle? How does Nomus feel about xeno tech?

 

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I'd use it to emphasise their void mastery

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[Reposting this for ease of use.

 

  • Omnia Reconnaissance Squads: Very small (limited to 5 marines) units of sharpshooters. They all carry specialised Stalker-pattern Boltguns and have advanced training in cyber warfare. So much so that they can hack into and disable enemy buildings/vehicles on the field of battle.
  • Aeterna Veterans: The product of multiple cycles of squad mergings. They are highly skilled in all methods of combat and are highly versatile warriors. They move together instinctively able to cover each others openings in ways that no lesser warriors are able to emulate.
  • An-temural Drop Pods: Drop-pod bunkers. They don't carry marines, but can be shot into the no-mans land outside enemy defences in order to provide strongpoints and cover for besiegers. They can also be used defensively allowing for the rapid creation of fallback locations from which to defend against an advancing foe.]

 

Unit Formation and Structure

 

The XVIIIth Legion functioned less as a traditional army and more as a multi-faceted machine. Every Legionary was given a specific role and purpose, even if it was nothing more than being a standard line Legionary. At its core, the Steel Legion was defined by the Collective. It guided their every tactic and strategy as they prosecuted the Great Crusade. 

 

Yet, this was not made obvious in appearances as far as structure was concerned. Although Nomus had insisted upon the adoption of the Collective, he too adopted the doctrines of the Principia Belicosa wholesale. Within its precepts, Nomus found a system of organization that allowed for great tactical and strategic flexibility as originally designed by the Emperor. As such the Steel Legion manifested as though they had simply stepped from the earliest days of Terra with the Legion organized by chapters by battalions and so on all the way down to the ubiquitous tactical squad. Tradition proved to be a capable ally.

 

However, tradition was not regraded as sacred. Application of proven theory would be the line of distinction between the Steel Legion and its forebears. Cybernetics would be the tool of synthesis between the old ways and the new. In particular, Nomus viewed reconnaissance squads, not with grudging necessity, but as a critical element in war. Data itself would become a weapon in the hands of the Steel Legion as cutting-edge technology was lavished upon the humble reconnaissance squad. With improved equipment, reconnaissance squads could see more, learn more and utilize the Collective to transmit this information to their brothers. 

 

Furthermore, with this emphasis on knowledge, the stratagems of the Steel Legion naturally lent itself to more precise applications of warfare. While not given over to embellished strategies for its own sake, comprehensive intelligence and honed reaction times allowed the Steel Legion to perform detailed and layered tactics that could overwhelm opponents with measured firepower from multiple trajectories. One happy side effect was a mastery of siege warfare. Accurate artillery would be the bane of defenders as bombardments reduced fortifications to rubble, while expertly-timed cross-fire and perfectly-placed emplacements shredded aggressors. 

 

 

[Ideas: rank is tied to mastering the Collective as opposed to feat of arms and campaign wins.]


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An edited last few paragraphs of the previous chapter

 

Yet while this coordination and logic based approach to war won the Steel Legion many victories, it also gained them a number of detractors. Foremost among these were Hectarion Mycenor, primarch of the Crimson Lions, and Raktra, primarch of the Berserkers of Uran. To the Mycenor, the Steel Legion were little better than servitors, lacking the honour that a warrior should possess, meanwhile to Raktra the Steel Legion were weaklings who had neutered themselves to gain the approval of the Emperor. The Steel Legion were also unpopular with much of the Imperial Army, although this was more due to their seeming lack of humanity than any particular dislike of their manner of waging war.

 

However, while some reviled them, there were others who held in the Steel Legion in high regard, such as Daer’dd Niimkiikaa, primarch of the Iron Bears, who greatly admired the technological achievement of Nomus in creating the Symbios and Nomus upon Daer’dd’s closeness to everyday humanity as an example to be followed, not derided. It was this brotherhood between their primarchs that drew the Steel Legion and Iron Bears together, creating an odd situation whereby the most famously inhuman legion and the most famously human were close brothers. This brotherhood was cemented in blood during the infamous Rust Belt campaign. Lasting throughout the 990s.M30 into the early years of the 31st millennium, it was an enormous campaign to subdue a number of realms in the galactic south whose power was built on old and little understood technology from the Golden Age of humanity. While eventually successful, the two legions paid a heavy price in blood for each victory won meaning that combined squads drawn from both legions were not uncommon by the end of the campaign and it was usual, even into the middling years of the Insurrection, to see Steel Legionaries armed with equipment normally only seen in the arsenals of the sons of Huron and vice versa.

 

However, it was not just their brother legions with whom the Steel Legion developed ties, for they also forged a strong alliance with the Mechanicum for whom the Symbios and the Collective were regarded as two important steps toward enlightenment. As such, the armies of Mars were far more willingly to fight alongside the Steel Legion than many others. Despite this camaraderie rooted in both forces’ understanding and use of the machine, there always existed a strain. The Symbios was of a design not authorized by the Fabricator General nor the Tech-Priests of the Omnissiah. Thus, no matter how much it was responsible for the Steel Legion's admirable precision, it could never be sanctioned by Mars and was viewed by many Tech-Priests as heretical. Furthermore, the Symbios merely muted the emotions of Man instead of eliminating them as would have been the Mechanicum ideal, meaning the Mechanicum could never bring themselves to completely trust their undeniably still human Steel Legion allies. On the Steel Legion’s part, the Mechanicum remained secretive and jealously possessive of their secrets, refusing to share any more than a fraction of them, which proved a constant frustration for Nomus and the Steel Legion command.

 

And the chapter dealing with their fall

 

 Under Nomus Sardauk, the Steel Legion served the Emperor capably and faithfully for many decades. On battlefields across the Great Crusade, such as the four-year long Siege of Tyre and the annihilation of the Heliokrids in the great orbital battles of the Twighlight Stars, the Steel Legion carved out a new reputation for themselves that rose to eclipse the failures of their early years, which one struggles to find any more than passing reference to these days.

 

However, the efficiency and logic with which these victories were won did not shield the Steel Legion from falling from the Emperor’s light. Their fall began, as with so many legions, with the Emperor’s departure from the frontlines of the Great Crusade following the Qarith Triumph. Like every legion, the Steel Legion gave the new Warmaster, Alexandros Darshan VonSalim, their loyalty and placed themselves at his command outwardly but inwardly his appointment had planted within them the seed of doubt. To the sons of Nomus, who revered logic above all else, they could find no logical reason for the Emperor’s departure and Nomus himself, while also confused by the seeming lack of logic in his father’s decision, was more disturbed by the Emperor’s choice not to inform his sons of the reason for his decision to return to Terra.

 

The Steel Legion would be further sent reeling by the Vizenko Prosecution and resulting Chaplain Edict, a decision based seemingly in superstition rather than logic. To Nomus himself, he was forced to look on helplessly as new edicts came from the bureaucrats on Terra demanding new taxes from the conquered worlds. In these edicts, Nomus saw less and less of his father’s dream and more and more of the oppression that had been inflicted on the laborans on Saepio and that he had been forced to oversee for so many years. As a result of this, Nomus and the Steel Legion grew disillusioned with the Imperial administration they had helped pave the way for, in most cases trying to keep contact with it to a bare minimum.

 

It was this disillusionment that would be exploited by Icarion to bring the Steel Legion to his rebellious banner. Together with Koschei, Icarion warned Nomus of a dark future that would doom the Imperium and humanity at large unless they took immediate action. Yet in spite of all this, Nomus still could not bring himself to betray the Emperor or the Warmaster. The final turning point came when Icarion showed Nomus a vision of a short rebellion, in which they rose up against the illogical tyranny the Imperium was becoming and, joined by the Warmaster and his Halcyon Wardens, marched on Terra and set matters right. Whether this vision was a simple plan or a true gift of Icarion’s powers is not known. However, what is known is that this vision, whatever it was, brought the Steel Legion to the Stormborn’s banner and upon the Day of Revelation, the Steel Legion readied themselves to shed blood in his name. Only hindsight would reveal this to be a mistake that would hound the Steel Legion evermore.


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Machines of the Void

 

While the Void Eagles were famed for their skill and the Harbingers for the quality of their ships, the Steel Legion earned its own notoriety among the stars. For their crews benefited from a more physical connection between warrior and warship as Steel Legionaries would often install access stations on their ships. With these stations, Legionaries could meld their minds directly into their assigned roles. This resulted in warships with increased weapon accuracy and improved reaction times. Boarding Steel Legion ships became nightmares as enhanced point-defence systems could expertly eliminate entire boarding waves before threatening the ship. Boarding teams who had survived the onslaught would immediately come under fire from defenders in position and establishing kill zones.


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An edited last few paragraphs of the previous chapter

 

Yet while this coordination and logic based approach to war won the Steel Legion many victories, it also gained them a number of detractors. Foremost among these were Hectarion Mycenor, primarch of the Crimson Lions, and Raktra, primarch of the Berserkers of Uran. To the Mycenor, the Steel Legion were little better than servitors, lacking the honour that a warrior should possess, meanwhile to Raktra the Steel Legion were weaklings who had neutered themselves to gain the approval of the Emperor. The Steel Legion were also unpopular with much of the Imperial Army, although this was more due to their seeming lack of humanity than any particular dislike of their manner of waging war.

 

However, while some reviled them, there were others who held in the Steel Legion in high regard, such as Daer’dd Niimkiikaa, primarch of the Iron Bears, who greatly admired the technological achievement of Nomus in creating the Symbios and Nomus upon Daer’dd’s closeness to everyday humanity as an example to be followed, not derided. It was this brotherhood between their primarchs that drew the Steel Legion and Iron Bears together, creating an odd situation whereby the most famously inhuman legion and the most famously human were close brothers. This brotherhood was cemented in blood during the infamous Rust Belt campaign. Lasting throughout the 990s.M30 into the early years of the 31st millennium, it was an enormous campaign to subdue a number of realms in the galactic south whose power was built on old and little understood technology from the Golden Age of humanity. While eventually successful, the two legions paid a heavy price in blood for each victory won meaning that combined squads drawn from both legions were not uncommon by the end of the campaign and it was usual, even into the middling years of the Insurrection, to see Steel Legionaries armed with equipment normally only seen in the arsenals of the sons of Huron and vice versa.

 

However, it was not just their brother legions with whom the Steel Legion developed ties, for they also forged a strong alliance with the Mechanicum for whom the Symbios and the Collective were regarded as two important steps toward enlightenment. As such, the armies of Mars were far more willingly to fight alongside the Steel Legion than many others. Despite this camaraderie rooted in both forces’ understanding and use of the machine, there always existed a strain. The Symbios was of a design not authorized by the Fabricator General nor the Tech-Priests of the Omnissiah. Thus, no matter how much it was responsible for the Steel Legion's admirable precision, it could never be sanctioned by Mars and was viewed by many Tech-Priests as heretical. Furthermore, the Symbios merely muted the emotions of Man instead of eliminating them as would have been the Mechanicum ideal, meaning the Mechanicum could never bring themselves to completely trust their undeniably still human Steel Legion allies. On the Steel Legion’s part, the Mechanicum remained secretive and jealously possessive of their secrets, refusing to share any more than a fraction of them, which proved a constant frustration for Nomus and the Steel Legion command.

 

And the chapter dealing with their fall

 

 Under Nomus Sardauk, the Steel Legion served the Emperor capably and faithfully for many decades. On battlefields across the Great Crusade, such as the four-year long Siege of Tyre and the annihilation of the Heliokrids in the great orbital battles of the Twighlight Stars, the Steel Legion carved out a new reputation for themselves that rose to eclipse the failures of their early years, which one struggles to find any more than passing reference to these days.

 

However, the efficiency and logic with which these victories were won did not shield the Steel Legion from falling from the Emperor’s light. Their fall began, as with so many legions, with the Emperor’s departure from the frontlines of the Great Crusade following the Qarith Triumph. Like every legion, the Steel Legion gave the new Warmaster, Alexandros Darshan VonSalim, their loyalty and placed themselves at his command outwardly but inwardly his appointment had planted within them the seed of doubt. To the sons of Nomus, who revered logic above all else, they could find no logical reason for the Emperor’s departure and Nomus himself, while also confused by the seeming lack of logic in his father’s decision, was more disturbed by the Emperor’s choice not to inform his sons of the reason for his decision to return to Terra.

 

The Steel Legion would be further sent reeling by the Vizenko Prosecution and resulting Chaplain Edict, a decision based seemingly in superstition rather than logic. To Nomus himself, he was forced to look on helplessly as new edicts came from the bureaucrats on Terra demanding new taxes from the conquered worlds. In these edicts, Nomus saw less and less of his father’s dream and more and more of the oppression that had been inflicted on the laborans on Saepio and that he had been forced to oversee for so many years. As a result of this, Nomus and the Steel Legion grew disillusioned with the Imperial administration they had helped pave the way for, in most cases trying to keep contact with it to a bare minimum.

 

It was this disillusionment that would be exploited by Icarion to bring the Steel Legion to his rebellious banner. Together with Koschei, Icarion warned Nomus of a dark future that would doom the Imperium and humanity at large unless they took immediate action. Yet in spite of all this, Nomus still could not bring himself to betray the Emperor or the Warmaster. The final turning point came when Icarion showed Nomus a vision of a short rebellion, in which they rose up against the illogical tyranny the Imperium was becoming and, joined by the Warmaster and his Halcyon Wardens, marched on Terra and set matters right. Whether this vision was a simple plan or a true gift of Icarion’s powers is not known. However, what is known is that this vision, whatever it was, brought the Steel Legion to the Stormborn’s banner and upon the Day of Revelation, the Steel Legion readied themselves to shed blood in his name. Only hindsight would reveal this to be a mistake that would hound the Steel Legion evermore.

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Yes, sorry for the lack of a response until now, work has been keeping me busy with the festive season fast approaching and I haven't had much access to my PC of late, but yes I've read through this section and everything looks great. The only thing I can think of that might be added is perhaps another reason Nomus dislikes the Mechanicus is their worship of technology, considering it hypocritical and ironic that a group who praises and encourages machine-like logic is based around blind faith and zealotry.

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And many people might interpret his views as being instilled by an Abominable Intelligence.

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And many people might interpret his views as being instilled by an Abominable Intelligence.


Very true blunt. Either way, Nomus does his level best to ensure he doesn't have to rely on the fickle Priests of Mars, utilising his own technical knowledge and political clout to rebuild Saepio's industrial might after his reunification with the Imperium, essentially turning it into a Forge World without the AdMech's outside influence, dedicated solely to supplying the XVIIIth and later the Suzerainty. I imagine Saepio might end up as the Suzerainty's equivalent to Mars in a sense.

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Does that mean I should be placing it somewhere close to Strela galactically? I guess it would make the Jiin Exodus make more sense (speaking of I really need to update that name :S) as pulling the Legion to where there are two home-worlds in close proximity would make defense easier.


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I'd say no, I've deliberately held off on placing Saepio on the Galactic Map for convenience later when we draw out the Suzerainty's borders, but I've also stated previously in the SL's background fluff that Saepio is in a very remote system, placed there deliberately by it's golden age founders to ensure the secrecy of the numerous research projects conducted there, think Noveria from the first Mass Effect game. That said I have been scrutinising the Galactic Map recently and may have a spot lined up, but again, holding off until we decide the borders or until it's specifically needed.

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It occurs to me that China has a decent history of exoduses

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Hey brothers, just a quick update, I've been brainstorming new exemplary battles for the SL and I'm working on a plan for one that shows off their Naval prowess by clearing out a large pirate fleet operating out of a ancient starfort hidden inside a sensor-obscuring nebula containing several inhabitable star systemsthat the Imperials want. Once my draft is done I'll post it here for you all to review.
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*sigh* Okay folks, I've got bad news, remember I said in my last post that I was working on a draft for a new exemplary battle for the SL? Yeah, the Architect of Fate chuckled and promptly declared ":cuss that noise" and flipped the cosmic bird at me by having my PC's replacement power unit commit seppuku, less than a month after the first one.

This basically means my PC is dead until I can acquire a new one, meaning I'm completely unable to access and continue my work on the battle draft until then, and that's assuming the sudden shutdown didn't break my motherboard and cause all my data to be lost.

So yeah, progress on the SL is currently halted, sorry guys.

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I'm sorry to hear that, San. 


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Can't stress enough how handy Google Docs is, guys. Please get and use it.

 

Regardless, sorry to hear it Sangi.


Edited by bluntblade, 17 December 2017 - 06:47 PM.

Mortal scrivener for the Brotherhood of the Lost project:
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Tales of the Brotherhood






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