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a_coathanger Jul 31 2013, 2:04am replied:

Lantern marines. Fanmade chapter

+1 vote   media: Have some 40k
a_coathanger May 18 2013, 9:27pm says:

Am I the only person who liked Diomedes as a character?

+3 votes   media: Boreale & Diomedes - Bold Brathas
a_coathanger May 4 2013, 8:07am replied:

I'd hate to see the guys on the hard patrol route.

+2 votes   media: more artsy
a_coathanger May 4 2013, 8:05am replied:

Some space marines are so large they need armor made from pieces of terminator armor that can't be used in terminator armor for one reason or another. Pasanius Lycene for example from the Ultramarines books.

+2 votes   media: more artsy
a_coathanger Apr 22 2013, 4:38pm replied:

Flesh Tearers. Malevolent Marines. Taurens. Blood Angels to an extent.

+2 votes   media: 40k stuff
a_coathanger Apr 22 2013, 4:37pm replied:

By a xenos? HERESY!

+6 votes   media: 40k stuff
a_coathanger Mar 11 2013, 7:44am says:

Other than the eyes not being red, this is an awesome depiction of Vulkan

+1 vote   media: Lament of The Promethean
a_coathanger Feb 16 2013, 3:14pm replied:

Peruraburo was a coward who wouldn't give his brother the honor of a hand to hand fight.

+1 vote   media: Spacemarines
a_coathanger Feb 6 2013, 12:18am says:

As a sense of scale the average person would come to the claws of the Imperial Aquila. Just an idea of how truly massive an Astartes in armor is.

+3 votes   media: 40k action figures
a_coathanger Jan 26 2013, 4:13pm says:

Why would a culexes or eversor murder a Sm or a GK no less?

+1 vote   media: Hmmmm
a_coathanger Jan 25 2013, 5:55pm replied:

Please tell me he's done Vulkan

+1 vote   media: Uhhh, the all mighty "god" Emprah
a_coathanger Jan 25 2013, 5:51pm replied:

Diplomacy happens its just that it's done out of need rather than genuine concern.

+1 vote   media: Diplomatic Solutions
a_coathanger Jan 25 2013, 5:49pm replied:

Might be a custom weapon or special version with a rotating barrel hidden by an outer cover? Minigun style.

+2 votes   media: Faith and Fury
a_coathanger Dec 12 2012, 11:44am replied:

Not slaves, criminals who are serving time.(As you can imagine there are a lot of criminals in the imperium)

+2 votes   media: Macro cannon
a_coathanger Dec 2 2012, 5:36pm replied:

Wouldn't an uncorrupted defiler just be a punch of parts without any systems to control them ie scrap metal.

+2 votes   media: Random 40k
a_coathanger Nov 29 2012, 5:10pm replied:

Ultramarines are very common in the deathwatch.

+6 votes   media: Deathwatch
a_coathanger Oct 26 2012, 4:07pm replied:

The Iron Cage was necessary, the veterans who undertook that mission were too stubborn to split into chapters, so Dorn decided to lead them into that "disaster" knowing none of them would make it out alive. It was the only way he could split the legion into chapters as Guilliman said should be done.

+2 votes   media: Rogal Dorn
a_coathanger Oct 21 2012, 11:27am replied:

They wouldn't jump straight to excommunicae traitoris, they've become more flexible, now its just being sent on a death oath to a demon world.

+2 votes   media: Ultra Coffee
a_coathanger Oct 21 2012, 11:22am replied:

Robosexuality anyone?

+3 votes   media: Art by ning
a_coathanger Oct 20 2012, 11:47am replied:

Iron hands might be able too, if both arms are cybernetic.

+4 votes   media: Dual-wield
a_coathanger Sep 26 2012, 6:41pm replied:

Some chapters most likely still have it, but only the ones who go crazy on the whole no mutation thing like the Red Scorpions.

+1 vote   media: Acid Splash
a_coathanger Sep 24 2012, 11:36pm replied:

Any time you try to the number of stars changes.

+2 votes   media: random 40k
a_coathanger Sep 23 2012, 10:47pm replied:

The Tau aren't that bad, you could be a Tyranid, or even worse Chaos fan.

+3 votes   mod: MERP | Middle Earth Roleplaying Project
a_coathanger Sep 23 2012, 10:29pm replied:

Also I've been following this a long time, I once thought it was dead which was a massive let down, but now that it might actually be killed is even worse. The worst part is that so much time will have been wasted, if WB had killed this when it started I could at least understand a little bit, but they waited till it was well into development to take legal action, they wasted at least the 20 people making this time, and brought bad publicity to the company. There isnt even a similar project thats been announced by WB so they're doing it for what seems like no reason.

+3 votes   mod: MERP | Middle Earth Roleplaying Project
a_coathanger Sep 23 2012, 10:20pm replied:

Check out Warhammer, its newer but It has a lot of books, Warhammer 40k iis my personal preference, but if you like LOTR you might like warhammer.

+5 votes   mod: MERP | Middle Earth Roleplaying Project
a_coathanger Sep 23 2012, 10:18pm replied:

It is Strange even more so considering TA:TW is a direct competitor for for BFME 1 & 2

+2 votes   article: MERP news letter
a_coathanger Sep 17 2012, 6:42pm says:

Venerable Contemper Pattern Blood Angels Dreadnaught, because sometimes you must destroy every damned thing in your way.

+3 votes   media: Blood Angels
a_coathanger Sep 13 2012, 10:00pm replied:

That ************ has a skirt of purity seals, hes done harder things than acid.

+2 votes   media: Finishing Blow..
a_coathanger Sep 13 2012, 7:02pm replied:

Eldar and the Imperium will work together if they face a common foe that neither could overcome alone. Not always, but sometimes.

+3 votes   media: 40k random
a_coathanger Sep 4 2012, 8:51pm replied:

Using the bathroom in a cathedral is a capital offence, it's only there as a test, pro-tip! at the wine mixers avoid the enchiladas.

+1 vote   media: Imperial Cathedral
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