Inktober #17: A Heavy Tusker and a Brrujububujukchu Pyromaster
I’ll load a colored version later.
This is just about the greatest thing ever.
GODDAMN SPIDER-WIZARD ON A BIG-PIG!
- Sub Ordo of the Ordo Hereticus and the Ordo Xenos.
- Some 800 reportedly active Inquisitors, and an untold number of active agents throughout the known galaxy.
1. To watch over underdeveloped planets, and societies, in the Imperium; to insure these often ignored worlds do not harbor a threat that is far larger than those uncivilized worlds themselves.
2. To Maintain religious purity on planets that quickly develop heretical beliefs.
3. To regulate cultural and scientific advancement made on these planets.
An Inquisitor of this ordo can always be found on a feral, feudal, or uncivilized world with history of heresy. Heresy is a stain that can never fully be cleansed from a world, and many systems have fallen because they overlooked their uncultured neighbor’s recent religious changes. In fact, the Ordo Agrestis was formed in the wake of the Drakgeist Crusade of M40, where two whole sectors erupted in civil war due to a powerful cult operating from the two sectors’ feudal worlds.
Planets with no history of corruption do not get overlooked either, and often have agents of the ordo stationed on them. At least trusted agent per planet, making steady reports to Inquisitors throughout the galaxy. This isn’t always effective, taking into account that the ordo does have a small Inquisitor count. It is often up to that inquisitorial agent, and possibly a small band of recruited locals that attempts to stop whatever crisis was discovered.
Inquisitors of Ordo Agrestis often recruit from the very worlds they are charged to protect and judge, but that does not mean that the agents of this ordo are all savage brutes. No, one can easily find a member of the Mechanicum working for an Inquisitor, or a missionary, or even a member of the Adeptus Astartes. For example; Mecanicus adepts are often called in to work closely with some agents and inquisitors to determine if a technological advance is considered tech-heresy.
.22 Caliber French Percussion Boxlock pistols. Early to mid 19th century.
For over 3,000 years, Mayan symbols have long been a source of mystery and wonder. http://bit.ly/1rjglvJ
Hey look a pink haired Sororita.
Never expected to see Utena as a Sister o’ Battle! Gosh, this makes me happy.
An interesting percussion carbine originating from Belgium, circa 1840.
1500 pts Imperial Guard vs Tyranids- Capture the Relic - Part 1
Found some slightly older pictures, a few months ago Cody and I played …. oh, probably a 1500 pt 40k game, the Capture the Relic one. (Balin’s Tomb pictured there by my kitbashed Valhallans at the end). Classic Guard gunline advancing against endless hordes of spawning Termigaunts and Big Nasties (tm). Have to do this more often.
It ended with an Imperial victory, since Cody played his Tervigons pretty conservatively. While they kept birthing hordes of termigaunts, the ‘gons were too far back from the action to intervene directly in the last turn or so.
Part 2 will have the rest of the pictures.