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Of Blood and Gold

flesh tearers seth custodes

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I'm thinking of adding an allied force to my Flesh Tearers, so decided to write up the initial exchange between the commanders of these two forces, Gabriel Seth and the shadowy Obedarion. Just a couple of short pieces for fun, let me know what you think! I'll add more situations to these as the story progresses.


1. Obedarion Arrives





2. Seth vs Obedarion




Thanks for reading!

Edited by SlangWhanger, 22 January 2018 - 04:02 PM.

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Seth is a jerk, but such behavior is in-character with how Games Workshop's writers portray him. The setup is acceptable so far. Will Primaris Marines join his forces in this story?
Wolf Scout- Catachan barking toad eggs+ Thousand Sons Marine= Fun! (Wolves of Catachan)

Warhammer 40,000+ Star Wars- Rian Johnson- Reylo= AWESOME! (Knights of Renaissance)

Reasons to use the Steel Crusaders ('Codex: Space Marines' supplement) or the Iron-hearted Angels ('Codex: Blood Angels' supplement): Because you think giving Sternguard Veterans a heavy bolter wtih special issue HEAVY BOLTER ammunition is ALMOST as much fun as shoehorning an Earthshaker cannon into a Land Raider.

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