What is there to say? No one reads this stuff anyway. But whatever, my name is Isaac Cuevas (pronounced Kwe-vas) aka Master of Metal (tank metal) aka Gontolemo, I live in Western Australia. I was born on the 5/5/1998. I don't have any real experience with computer coding, modeling or otherwise, I just like playing games, especially ones with storylines. I'm fascinated with history, especially in the military and ideological side of it. I am currently writing a novel/la on which I have yet to decide a title.
Posted by MasterofMetal on Jan 1st, 2013
I know that barely anyone takes notice of me or my account, and even fewer reply to anything I say, but I have another outlandish game idea that will never be taken notice by any game company!
Ok, basic breakdown.
Set in the Warhammer40k universe (where there is only war yada yada yada)
Isolated Ice-world on the outer South-western edge of the galaxy called Tavorkan
Humans (who call their people Rusvekyans) inhabitants have no knowledge of the Imperium from which they originated (though they are officially Imperial)
VERY technologically advanced compared to the Imperium due to the alliance with an exodite race of Eldar (don't drown me in fluff, I have a perfectly lore-friendly explanation)
Rusvekyans now know of their very hostile neighbours - being Tyrannids from Leviathan, Eldar warhosts from Biel-Tan and the ever-vigilant Inquisition
Rusvekyans double army size just in case (the military being the Rusvekyan 143rd Regiment)
Some citizens take this increase in number as hostile, thinking the government is reverting back to the old dictatorships
Space Marines of the Blood Ravens chapter arrive (crash-land) and are immediately taken in that humanity and the Eldar can co-exist
Conflict errupts on Tavorkan, anarchist insurgents capture the city of Faekr while being led by a man only known as Kail the Enlightened
Slejek is the only of the three cities of the continent of Jorim to withstand the assaults
Huge story gaps, but eventually the player defeats the insurgency from land, air and space
Be a part of the 143rd's 'Justice' 1st company, the elite veterans who are the first to the front
Take command of advanced and experimental technology, like the AC-180 drone, or the MKII Jetpack
I have no idea how combat, health or weapons would work. I'm one of the guys where I get the idea, but it is too far out there for anyone. I'm a hopeful dreamer.