This mod is currently in development, by a team of 5. Our working title is "The Warp". This is a conversion of Fallout3, to a warhammer universe, complete with a new world and storyline.

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salolito42 Sep 30 2009 says:

awesome! how many quests will there be? is this really a total conversion? a new big world?

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Ralok Oct 1 2009 says:

at this point i am pretty sure its a total conversion. I was under the imperssion that squigs were all green

y'know because they are basically animalistic orks

any chance of seeing gretchins or (insert name of the reall really really tiny ones here) any time soon

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SoulmanZ Oct 1 2009 says:

hmmm ... i dont think i have ever seen a green squig in my life!

as for gretchin


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Ralok Oct 2 2009 says:

squigs grow in spores just like orks, and are in fact part of the orkish ecosystem the entire of which can grow from a single ork spore

plus those all appear to be standard warhammer squigs not squigs from 40k they are not the same.

orks in 40k are fungal in nature they actually have chlorophyl

what about this one
its greenish

and gretchins have diferent proportions than that and are most certainly smaller

and the smallest orks are claled snotlings basically redartedly small

for domestic orks i would suggest green wild squigs red (do they go fasta) if you wish

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Ralok Oct 2 2009 says:

of course attack squigs are red



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SoulmanZ Oct 2 2009 says:

you asked for a grot. I provided. very very WIP. there is a reason it wasnt in the released pictures, its not at a stage ready for crit yet

consider it a bonus just for you!

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Ralok Oct 3 2009 replied:

i think its well on its way, the head is perfect.

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Yet another new enemy type gets revealed! Squigs in all their bouncy red glory!

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