For those who do not know it, Inspirational Friday is a (generally) fortnightly event within its home in the Chaos Space Marines forum (but open to all members of the B&C), in which a topic is set for members to write short (or long if the muse takes you) fluff/fan-fic pieces about their war bands, characters and models (photos are also welcome accompanying entries).
And here begins our eighth challenge of Inspirational Friday 2018: Chaos versus the T’au
Back in October 2015 we did The Primordial Annihilator versus the Greater Good, which Warsmith Aznable won, and though I am generally not keen on repeating old topics, due to popular demand -and new developments in T’au background- I’m setting Chaos versus the T’au as the next challenge of 2018.
Though the souls of this new race are faint and bland to the neverborn of the Warp, in comparison to the rich delicacies of humanity, that is not to say that daemons do not have cause to (or entertainment in) the corruption and harvesting of their souls.
And to the traitor legions and renegade chapters the armies of the T’au and their auxiliaries (both xenos and human!) are a formidable foe in battle.
Though this challenge is open to all entries which pit the forces of Chaos against those of the Greater Good, of particular interest perhaps is the xenos empire’s Fourth Expansion...
What fate befell those T’au vessels which did not emerge from the wormhole? And that those who did survive were tainted by their experiences is without doubt, but to what degree?
And how will the merging of the 4th Sphere’s survivors with those forces of the 5th influence the xenos’ latest plans?
Tell us a tale of the T’au Empire versus Chaos.
IF2018: Chaos versus the T’au runs until the fourth of May.
Let us be inspired.
The winner of IF2018: Chaos versus the T’au shall claim not the Amulet of Greater Good:
to protect and treasure or alternatively defile, as their mood and allegiance dictates...and the honour of judging the next challenge (which they can defer to me if they so wish).
Please submit entries in the main IF2018 thread in the CSM forum.