Previous thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/78475385/>”I'd be QUITE CAREFUL with your next set of words cryptek.” trazyn spoke with venom>Trazyn’s Empathic Obliterator sparked with dangerous green sparks.>My legs are actually quaking. >”I-i mean i would like to see if i could help your curator.”>I can feel my words get caught in my mouth.>”I know his short term memory was compromised, if i could in theory repair him.”>He seemed to consider the idea.>But he still hasn't lowered his weapon from my throat.
>>78533839Here is a a quick Recap of the Story so far if you haven't read the last thread.>A 40k nerd gets reborn as necron cryptek by the name Ishskar>His disciplines focus on Transmutation and technomancy.>He belongs to the Voekhet Dynasty(made up) a dynasty who is incredibly lacking in numbers.>Gathering a collection of warriors and crypteks waking them up he had plans to head on out.>He had his crew drive him to the solemnace so he could confirm a few things and also have access to a wide assortment of knowledge.>One of his scarabs(Charidotella) and lychguard (First Scythe Agakhet) made a copy of battlefleet gothic on a holotable for him to play since he's been making BFG Minis with the help of scarabs.>He made it to the Nihilakh dynasty after an encounter with a void Kraken.>After meeting with trazyn he asked for a tour which eventually turned into making a deal with him>Now he and trazyn are discussing obtaining the blackstone fortresses and saving several necron tombworlds from destruction.>Oh and after a recent little comment offering to fix trazyn’s curator, trazyn isn't amused with our cryptek.
>>78533839>Eventually trazyn gestured to me to start walking.>I complied at risk of getting destroyed.>I don't want to test out reanimating, plus death sounds like it would hurt.>He led me out of his war in heaven gallery.>I kept looking around at what was available in his gallery.>That did help calm down.>”Do you truly believe you can repair sannet?” Trazyn finally asked after 3 days of silence.>”With some effort I could probably get his long term memory working.” I admit.
>>78534188>He eventually led me to what appeared to be some sort of canoptek workshop.>The old cryptek was laid down across a blackstone table.>Instruments my mind instantly recognized as artisan and artificer tools lined various tables. >it felt like I was walking into an operating theater.>”You will be provided every tool at my disposal, I expect results from you cryptek.”>Right into it then, I didn't expect to be going into the operation right away.>i didn't have any choice, I would actually need to fix his mind.>I grabbed a necrodermis needle of one of the tables and tore open Sannets head.
>>78533915Bullhooey no one noticed, I did the first two parts to the ED in a reply.>>78477967Still, a scarab would be more accurate to the song.
>>78534588i could imagine our little scarab doing the ending credit dance.
>Be Chari>Ish had requested me to make a strange miniature for this necron overlord>They discussed at length about term agreements... or something I tuned most of it out.>Until he mentioned repairing this Sannet>presumably a Cryptek of trazyn>The air went deadly still...>I was afraid, but this trazyn seemed to accept this>As he lead us to this other crypteks workshop>Ish made me create minor parts, tools and other components>Even holding minor parts apart so he can work his tools in-between the plates.>It is like a master surgeon using every piece of his most refined craft to save a true life>I have no words to describe his precision, but I feel his tension.>He hides and restrains it well... I know he will succeed...>… for even in this shell of a past life, is an unyielding determination to succeed
>>78534423>>78534802>The next set of months has spent carefully identifying the degraded path of circuit network of his “Brain”>If it could be called that.>Untangling the burnt circuitry from the rest of his brain took the better half a year, even with help from Charidotella and the tools at my disposal.>I would need to replace it with something that could withstand the ages.>I searched through my own Neural-banks trying to find what parts I could use to fix sannet.>I took a quick run through of the collected footage i had on trazyn’s gallery and the solution came to me.>”Trazyn, I'm going to need to take a small piece of your gallery to repair sannet.”>”What is that you need exactly?” He inquired.>”I need to take a few parts from that jokaero ship.”
and with that i must head off to work ill be back in a few hours.have a funny monkey in the meantime
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this story in a nutshellhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZMyS8D58o0&ab_channel=CommissarDorothy
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>>78536874 What angers you so anon
This is such a good story. Keep up the good writing Cryptek Anon!
>>78537940Hate my dad, denied me an honorable death at the sides of my brothers and sisters in arms. Didn't even send down the thousands of supersoldiers he said were mine to help. Absolute bastard, hate that guy.
>>78538336Sounds like he was a terrible father. Have you considered getting back at him by joining the immortal necron dynasty that would definitely show him.
>>78534950Imagine getting brain surgery and you get a piece of monkey.
>>78538735more like Imagine doing surgery at gunpoint, and saying that you need a piece of spaceship to put in your patient brain
>>78538735jokaero are the funky monkeys of the 40K universe
>>78538816>>78538866 Well yes they are funny monkeys they also are somehow deus ex machina
>>78538473Do you have emotionally-intelligent father figures and comradery between honorable warriors?
>>78539008Bless you crypteck anon
>>78539008no, that's the omnisiah's job
>>78539087Dang it that was the perfect opportunity to say deus ex monkey
>>78539193exde that pun hurt me, why why must you pun at me like this? Deus ex munkyna
>>78534802>Be Wraith>the tombworlds defense weapon systems powered down...>Was called for and was informed to go to a specific location in this tomb complex>Was surprised to see this Trazyn, with 'Chira' of his shoulders waiting for me.>'Chira' showed me the specific part our Cryptek needed...>Trazyn was there to personally over see it>I was there for both muscle, and extreme precision to cut out the part.>The part was tiny as hell... and needed to be carefully taken out place>The scarab was there to help get the aforementioned part out.>I would then serve as a... mount for Trayzn to get to our Cryptek as fast as possible.>... 'Ish' better give me a kick as name for dealing with this shit.>(Unspecified amount of time passes)>Was relatively easier then I originally expected...
>>78534950>We returned to the family of stasis trapped Jokaero.>Me, trazyn and canoptek wraith set to work dismantling the inner computing system of the ship.>We gutted the thing, setting asides complex networks of power packs, metallic bulbs of unknown usage, and eventually a part that I believed we needed. >We eventually found a series off Euclidean processing nodes that more or less matched what i needed.>These bad boys would do the trick, I'd just need to bury them and connect them into hundreds of diffrent smaller systems.>And ensure they couldn't decay again.>I'd probably need coat them in something.>I took a small glance at my Scarab.>His golden hyper durable gilding gave me an idea.
>>78540601>The next 5 years had been spent simply transmuting more of the gilding material i used on Charidotella.>I feel a bit stupid for not realizing it was auramite sooner.>My scarab and trazyn have been calling it Iskar, which I don't mind.>I began the painstaking process of fusing and interweaving the nodes and auramite together.>My hands don't get tired but my mind sure is >I'm constantly reciting dozens of metallurgy rituals as the metals bind with one another.>Eventually the new neural network is complete.>And the hard part of actually adding this to his existing systems starts.
>>78539021No but we do have robo-waifus. I heard you squishy beings liked them.
>>78539021>>78541108 Actually yes We have Vanguard oberyn and Zahndrekh. You will absolutely in Love each other's company.
New link in the sup/tg/ archive?
>>78542131ill make one shortlyAlso finally home i can write uninterrupted for a while before my lack of sleep claims me.
>>78542213Welcome back, love following these reincarnate/isekie stories.
>>78539655>Be wraith>... Fuckin Cryptek didn't give me a name after I helped him deconstruct that shit>Removing each one of those shards dam tiny ass wires and bolts wasn't easy>HE DIDN'T EVEN GUILD ME LIKE CHARI>What am I missing, and what could I do to acquire a name for myself>Trazyn seems to appreciate my figure and its artistry, but maybe not true utility...>...I guess I shouldn't expect much though.>we canopteks constructs didn't always strike the most honors...
>>78540893>I spent years grafting the new neural matrix in with that which previously existed.>Tediously fusing them along the previous pathways and finding that i had significantly more than i had intended to use.>They were already 273 connected points at this point and all I could do was find ways to integrate the additional systems.>All in all i had spent 14 years operating on Sannet.>When the operation was complete i reshaped the top portion of his necrodermis deathmask.>There was a nice auramite plate that connected from where his nasal cavity started and the back of his cranium ended.>All that was left to do was to reawaken him.>Which i was more than confident i could do.
>>78542857>I took a deep breath.>Joining my fingers into ancient designs I began the string of algorithm-chants a part of the reanimation protocols. >Trazyn had been watching me intently for the last 3 years and i didn't want to fuck this up.>I dialed back my chronosense, he was stressing me out there was no way i could have even one thing wrong.>The rites of reanimation was drawn out for another year, as I ensured I went above and beyond.>The Ritual orb at my back crackled with electrical discharge and whined from the overuse as I was truly putting everything I had into this one ritual. >My fingers burned intensely with a baelfire that threatened to consume me. >Having prepared beyond dutifully I pumped everything into the cryptek.
>>78542879>Sannet was burning brightly, the light burned white in my ocular.>Something in the depths of my consciousness stirred, something I wasn't entirely aware of.>I saw flashes of someone, a withered husk of a person standing over me.>No, not standing.>But Shielding me from the blistering heat of a star.>My thoughts slipped away from the visions as reality asserted itself and banished the thought before i could process what i had seen.>Sannet had arisen now standing on both feet above me, crackling with the balefire green of his world.>And crackling with a deep dark purple energy.>The voidmancer was supercharged in the balefire of reanimation.
>>78542902>And crackling with a deep dark purple energy.
>>78542902I FUCKED UP HE'S A dimensionalist NOT a voidmancer. Please please please just read it as dimensionalist.
>>78543049Its ok, but what is up with the purple energy that is what has me truly worried.
>>78543049You fool. You've commited an error that the retards will never forgive.You're doing fine.
>>78533839Go to fictionlive or qst faggot
>>78543910not a quest dumbass
>>78543941It's not traditional games. Fuck off.
>>78543910Get the fuck out and return to your Dnd general or whatever bait thread's going on outside there.
>>78539655>Wraith>Our cryptek is taking a dangerously long time preparing the reanimation ritual.>If the energy arying off his orb is anything to go by>I noticed our cryptek was diverting a large amount of power into this one ritual>He then suddenly poured it all into this ritual>The reanimation protocol was in full swing, and this cryptek seemed to be running at a 340% efficiency…>By the shards it was beautiful>Even Trazyn was in awe of how much power, and commitment was put into reawaking his Cryptek.>>78543910Shut.
>>78543910Quest is for author-driven collaborative storytelling keyword collaborative
>>78542902>Sannet’s one eye stared down at me and then to his overlord trazyn.>The shimmering links of essence-totems that hung from his shoulders popped and sparked with power.>Sannet spoke, his vocal emitter BOMBING with presence. >”My lord?”>I could see he was confused, his systems had been functioning at criminally inefficient levels.>He couldn't exactly be considered a cryptek when he couldn't remember if he had already cast his hex’s>But now, it was all rushing back to him.>His own neural matrices working, no overworked with the excess of energy and memory capacity at his disposal.
>>78544359>Trazyn spoke up. >”Sannet, how do you feel?” Was all he could bring himself to say.>”I feel powerful my Overlord, as though I could wield all of my faculties to greater efficiencies.”>”In fact.”>Sannet’s entire being dispersed in an instant, the reverberations of electrical discharge rang out.>My own mnemonics struggled to identify what that sound was.>Cross referencing it with thousands of memories from my body's past.>When i did come to the conclusion i realized that sound had sounded eerily similar to that of when a deathmark opens up their Dimensional Oubliette.
>>78544057God thats really neat, exactly what i was going for.
>>78542737>Wraith, again>Ishskar seems to be running low on power>I quickly rush over to him and keep him from re-entering the great sleep>I give him as much power I reasonably can>This Sannet... he will never drop down below 150% efficiency ever again>I can only focus my singular canoptek eye to Ishskar with newfound awe...>he called be... Duracell>I have no words...>But now I have a name
>>78544374>someone wants him deadOh no
>>78544374>>78544497>Sannet’s entire being dispersed in an instantWhat
>>78544593>>78544497Ohhh I get it, Sannet is a Dimensionalist. that means he can phase in and out of reality like a deathmark (hexmark, or wraith) that makes sense.
>>78544374>>78544495>>78544664 Bingo!>Sannet reappeared besides trazyn with a crackling series of pops.>”I am operating above capacity my lord.” >I'm honestly exhausted after that procedure, one of my wraiths pumped me full of the ambient energy he had tucked away, I thanked the wraith and gave it the first name that came to mind. >After getting my bearings I looked to sannet as he was still crackling with energy and balefire.>”You are a dimensionalist, your focus works much like that of the deathmarks?” I asked.>Sannet gave a nod before looking back to his lord.>I think the pair were having some sort of call that i wasn't privy to.>I need a fucking break, its been like 34 years initially woke up.
>>78544703I love the attention to detail with the number of years passed.
>>78544703Perhaps anon, one he gets back to his own tomb world, could get a bunch of other Crypteks and get himself fully awaken to the same level he just did to Sannet is he can. Or at least make some coffin that dose awakening protocols that way to act as a good cup of coffee every so often. And possible upgrade his repair crypt so is he wakes up that way he’ll also be souped up.
>>78544703Just finished playing catch up with this story, Cryptek Anon, and I'm hungry for more!
ah never did ask what was your dynasties color scheme?
>>78545444I had something in mind for this cool gold and some chrome metal instead of dull metal.
>>78543910Begone. You don't belong to this thread.
>>78545579this piece really gave me the urge to go full blue instead of green
>>78545652I dig that
im going to admit this next post will be part 69 in the story, and i dont know what gag i can pull here.
maybe the wraith accidently carries you upside down back to your ship to allow you to rest?
>Be the powerful Duracell (no Idea what that name means, or is a reference to)>I request if Ish, I, and Chari may return to our ship temporarily>(privately tell them I am going to take this opportunity to embarrass him as payback for almost hitting me with a tombblade)>To explain what has happened, to our Crypteks, and lych guard>Also allow the two more private time together to converse without any outsiders being in auditory reception range.>I do like my name, but I am still going to get my revenge finally on this Ish>Decide to carry him upside down, just to minorly embarrass him>the crypteks, and lych guard are probably worried about him anyways>Plus now I can taught those dame Acanthrites I have a name now
Tried my hand at painting Chari. Damn I wish I had checked the thread before painting the green!
>>78546024Dont worry its gorgeous! Thank you so much anon this means to much to me!
>>78546024wow that is great, also can't the necrons change their energy colors?
>>78546064very much yes!
>>78546024Also this now counts as the first piece of fanart for this story which is admittedly very cool!
>>78544703Get bamboozled!>Be First Scythe Agakhet, lychguard of the Voekhet Dynasty >For the last 42 million years I and fellow lychguard Khempharet have been standing vigil over High Transmogrifier Ishskar by order of the phaeron.>We have been instructed that should he awaken preemptively we are to serve under him unwaveringly until the rest of the dynasty awakens.>Without any real surprise the cryptek has indeed awoken ahead of schedule. >We are sent off to gather a host of warriors and crypteks.>We oblige without question, the workings of the cryptek is not something we should question. >Ishskar works to bring the warriors to life, his rituals seem to take an exceedingly long time.>It also seems he has some sort of resurrection orb of an immense size implanted in his back.
>>78546404>Witnessing his reanimation protocols are quite the spectacle.>Those awoken by his overly performed ritual burn with power in excess.>Brother Khempharet informs through interstitial messaging the orb implanted in his back is where he is drawing forth the excess energy.>Quite curious, was this a boon granted by the phaeron...>I should not consider such possibilities, they are above my station.>Our ship makes way for the nihilakh dynasty.>The reasons as to why are beyond me.>For now me and my brother remain sentinel besides our ward.
>>78546424>One of the lord's scarabs seems to be trying to commune with us.>It shows us a replica of the very ship we are aboard. >The scarab brings up the proposal of a training simulation.>Brother Khempharet seems quite amused by it so I relent and approve.>After several trials we present it to our lord.>Naturally the lord takes well to this simulation, in fact it would appear the cryptek has extensive skill for void combat.>He modifies the simulation to include hundreds of scenarios, or threats, and encourages us to practice, clearly he wishes to see if will be found wanting.>I dive into practicing the simulations, constantly playing back our lords tactics and trying to improve.>I've spent the past 26 years while our lord has been occupied constantly improving my skill in void based combat.
>>78546438>Eventually our lord returns from his meeting with trazyn.>One Wraith carried him back to the ship, I can see our lord is in deep meditations.>I will not disturb him, instead I try to inform voidmancer Phanaunet of our lord's return.>Unfortunately I found her and the other 4 crypteks also in deep meditations.>For now all I can do is watch over my cryptek.>And so watch >And I wait.>And I still crave more of the simulations the lord has made.
And here is where i take a break. If yall have any things you'd like to toss into the ring before i start writing again I'm all ears.
>>78546594Just one question: will our Cryptek attempt to out-magpie the Great Magpie?
>>78545934>Be Reanimator Zephro>Our cryptek has returned...>He is clearly tired, and his mind appears to require... 'stilling/recuperation'>The spyder (Beta) is jolly because one of his Wraiths attained a name>This is a good day for us canopteks>but I must defeat Getra my oposing reanimator in this game we eternally play...>... who can analyze, fix, adapt simulated necrons the best>May the best Reanimator win...
>>78546694more like work together to steal, what can i say.birds of the feather flock together
>>78546715Oh now that's treat.
>>78546594What goals besides stopping the hyper orgy that births Slaanesh does our Cryptek have? Could he possibly plant necron tech on Mars to accelerate the technology of humanity? Maybe try to find a way to get their souls back?
>>78546856personally I'd say (as an outsider) not to interfere with humanity.However keep an eye on their technology. Necrons wouldn't be able to get their souls back... but as the sisters of silence show one doesn't need a soul to 'live', or 'feel'.They could then 'barrow' some STC's of humanity and become more synthetic and grant themselves the illusion of living. If mankind found a way to break down foods and utilize them as bio fuel and replicate flavor. Then I do believe our Cryptek fiend wouldn't mind adapting a few necrons to have this functions.As to the knife ears OP did say he wanted to avoid having the eye of terror (and the scycadrix malidictum by extent) from forming.Though how would he deal with the men of iron... no idea.
>>78546941Could have the numerous design changes, developments and updates the Men of Iron had over their usage, then compare it to during and after the revolt to see what might have caused it. Caus I got the impression somewhere that they might have been warp corrupted, and thats what stared the revolt. So seeing how to prevent that with AI’s in the future.
MORE I NEED MORE I DONT KNOW WHY I LIKE ALL THESE 40K ISEAKAIS SO DAMN MUCH BUT I JUST NEED MORE
>>78546594Silly me did i say break i meant sleep, im still only running off of 3 hours of sleep and I'm sti very much sick. I'll get some rest and read over each suggestion I see in the morning. Please do keep the thread alive, I've got lots of plans in the works.
>>78547066oh rest well op
>>78546594Ish has definitely shown to be an experimenter, constantly testing their abilities so it would be cool to see them mastercraft all of the gear of their host, or at the least customize their lich guard with some crazy shit like adding the deathmark's ability to phase in and out to them
>>78547165Yes that does raise the question of Ish...How would he be viewed by the larger political board of necron society (removing the fact he is a Cryptek).Plus how he is viewed by the 'diviner' or is he an anathema to what ever the diviner predicts?Also on the topic of innovation how would he improve the canopteks, would he just give them insane weaponry, or vastly improve their utility/intelligence.Could he help the lesser warriors regain a vast amount of their personality?
Bump, hope ya feel better soon cryptic
>>78547293Imagine proper Necron grav tanks. A Doomsday Ark with actual armor and power supply so it can move and shoot at full power. And there are the actual War in Heaven gear that hasn't been shown yet.
i wonder what a version of this genre of cup anon-inspired stuff would be like if one was a human in tau space where their idealism could affect real change on a meaningful scale.
Morning folks, I'll try and hold on here in 2 hours and replay to all.
inb4 cryptanon starts reversing the necrodermis into actual flesh
anyone here, hello?this feels as dead as an unawakened tomb world
>>78551097Timezones, newfag.Post nu-crons.
I actually get more than 3 hours of sleep, and I don't feel that sick anymore. I'll get something out shortly.
>>78546941>'barrow' some STC's of humanityThat sounds quite look a good idea.>>78547014>updates the Men of Iron had over their usageOut right stopping the whole uprising would be nice and could set humanity onto the fast rack to success.>>78547165>i gave him the two cryptek that are the LEAST utilized but go together like peanut butter and chocolate.I definitely plan to tweak most things. around him.>>78547293>How would he be viewed by the larger political board of necron society (removing the fact he is a Cryptek).A nobody from a backwater tombworld consorting with trazyn. their opinion of him would already be very low.>>78548592>A Doomsday Ark with actual armor and power supply so it can move and shoot at full powerThanks for the idea anon, i think ill take it
>>78546564>Be Overlord of Solemnace, Trazyn.>The operation of Sannet was a resounding success.>Not only has sannet memory been restored.>But his own dimensional capabilities have been significantly improved for the time.>By sannets estimation when this balefire ends in approximately 10 years his neural matrices will still be operating at 150% efficiency.>This cryptek, Ishskar. >A skilled Harbinger of Transmogrification, and technomancer.>Not only that but he MUST have greater if not equal Divinatory abilities next to that stargazer Orikan.>I do believe i will be able to benefit from his foresight if we continue working together.
>>78551901He could also use Eldar warp technology to keep track of soul size and power. That way when humanity starts producing psykers again he can compare Alpha level ones and know if somone is the Emperor. That or he could find earth and wait for him to get born so he can have the signature, then regularly come back to earth so he can make shure ho know what warp signature is Big-E. then when humanity is flying around he would know if the Ems is there and could have a chat. Or just have info on him if the collapse happens anyway and eye happens then he can say “Hey (his name, not emperor) been wanting to talk to you for a while. (says M3 memes)”
I like Cryptekanon
>>78552068>Be Ishskar.>I’ve spent the last 3 years in ‘meditation’ >Which more or less means I'm getting as close to approximation of sleep as possible.>I've mostly used this time to block out any intrusive thoughts and just allowing myself to literally recharge.>Oh hey that orb on my back?>I’ve just found it its some form of resurrection orb matrix.>It's more or less 4 orbs combined into a single orb matrix, that would certainly explain why everything is basically ÜberCharged when I wake them. >Something that was installed at the request of the phaeron when Isksar was just a cryptek and not me.
>>78552489Cryptekanon, Eldarbro and Cupanon are all really cool dudes
Cryptek anon can you explain why its taking years (I'm presuming these are standard terra years) to conduct and complete reanimation rituals/ complete the surgey, is it because its a person and not a real crptek doing it? I assumed reawaking necrons only takes hours/days and not years and years.
I'm absolutely lovin this. Lots of bumps for you, cryptek
>>78552782most likely what you know was them reanimating note reawaking
>>78552782complex operations take time and as necrons are very complicated and delicate machines, booting them up takes a loooooong time if you don't want to fuck it up royally
>>78552782for necrons time can fly on by way faster than they thinks it does...Think of it when we are waiting on one place for something and we don't keep track of time until you look back at the clock and realize two hours passed (you feel like you might have experienced maybe half and hour wait) suddenly, and that generally is how nercrons areAlso, as to why it takes years to reawaken the necrons OP has been slowly and carefully awakening his people so no damage happens to their personality.
>>78552547soon there will be a ork or xenos or emperor anon
>>78552782Over cation, and reinamtion does take a short amount of time normally. but that's ONLY IF your just waking up there body and combat algorithms. Literally waking their brains is a very risky deal so you need to be careful or you'll fry their brains killing their personality or at least seriously damage them.Heres a quick excerpt from "the infinite and divine" which i use to back up that claim.
>>78533839I like your work, Cryptek Anon. Have my (you) !
>>78552876ahh I see I was mistaking reanimating rather than reawaking as >>78552835 said, thanks Cryptek anon makes sense now!
>>78553186I could stand to make the distinction from now on saying "rites of reawakening" instead of "Reanimation." So ill keep that in mind, thanks for asking.
anon with no knowledge here, are crypteks legally allowed to have more than one eye or are they all cyclops?
>>78553467I- huh I don't think I've seen a cryptek with more than one eye.
>>78553688It must feel weird, no? Would your character want to appear more human eventually?
I mean if we are being loose with the term 'eye' would the little optical lenz divice on the head of Illuminor Szeras count as a additional cryptek eye?
>>78553735I don't know quite yet if I'll be honest. By the way I've written the story he has already lived more years as a necron than he ever has as a human. Most of that time he's been too busy to really focus on the fact he isn't a human anymore.He still "breaths", sighs, gets anxiety, and plenty of other human things that he isn't supposed to really feel or do anymore. When he gets down time ill start to have him think about that.
>>78553783Sorry about that, I'm still reading thread 1 but I wanted to ask question in the still active thread.
>>78553770Illuminor is a bastard who modifies himself as much a destroyer and uses biomancy. I have no respect for him as cryptek or a necron and will have our cryptek stay as far from him as possible....but technically yes two eyes.
>>78553783Necrons have been known to demonstrate these traits, however, only the higher ups, those who retained the most of their identity and personality, their quirks and eccentricities. Still, it is possible.Honestly, if I had the processing power I would add to my visual field, 90 is not enough degrees. Give me 360 around me, 280 from front to back, leaving only a little on the bottom unseen... And then give me a tail with a telescopic/microscopic ocular piece that I could use to see at great distance and in great detail.Of course, that would leave the top of my head an all-seeing eye, and it would need a shield to keep it from being too easily destroyed or removed.
>>78553910You could just dimensionally displace/faze a sensor array that as detailed and powerful as you want, then let it look out at all pints within the volume your dimension teleport work in and know the state of every particle within your surrounding aria.
>>78552539>Speaking of, I should read up on myself more.>or is that just called remembering?>I was only 24 in my old life and I've already lived another 36 just as a necron.>Kinda spooky to think about.>I try to start remembering things that this cryptek has in his memories.>He seemed a bit eccentric in the way that all cryptek’s are.>He apparently had a collection of all sorts of materials back at the tombworld, it kinda reminds me of a dragon's hoard.>Some of the metals would be nice to test out.
>>78555000>Oh yeah there was those two split seconds of flashbacks I haven't had the time to process.>I can't seem to find where in my memories they are.>It's just the edge of my consciousness just out of reach. >I got to very very momentarily see some overlord lady.>And some necrotyr. >I'm not sure what triggered those buried memories but I'd like to know more about them.>I get a ping from Trazyn.>It looks like he's ready to talk again.
>>78555039>I head to the bridge of the ship interrupting the meditations of every cryptek on deck.>I have trazyn’s face projected up front on a Phos-glyph Panel.>"I take it you've rested well cryptek?" Trazyn opened with.>"I have, though it wasn't easy knowing that you had already acquired one Third of my ship's supply of blackstone." I snapped back.>"Ah." Was all he could say.>"Anyways the blackstone doesn't matter.">"What does matter is our next steps.">"I need a powerful catalyst if were going to wake an entire tombworld, This venture could very well take a century and some change even with the help of the High Metallurgist."
>>78555097>Trazyn was having sannet prepare all the resources we needed for this venture.>He would be getting a meeting set up with the awakened council to get the green light on this operation. >The details went over involved sannet and I constructing Necron dimensional gates between both our dynasties for ease of transit and communication between our worlds.>Sannet was also to prepare an additional gate on my tombworld, we would be using this to evacuate what restored necrons we could find on that world.>This was going to be a lengthy process.>8 years to get home.>12 years to prepare resources.>25 to get the gates set up.>And at least 68 before trazyn calls the awakened council to see what they think on the matter.
>>78555097>>"Ah." Was all he could say.
>>78546715>Be alpha>I hate Beta right now>This Sannet requested me to make a tiny handheld device...>Apparently its for Ish to stay in constant contact with them>It will also allow the two of them to share information>Sannet personally... modified... energized... blessed? Ok lets go with that.>This communication device personally 'blessed' by him as a farewell, and appreciation for what Ish had done for him.>... Again I get it BETA!>ONE OF YOUR WRAITHS ATTAINED A NAME! SO SHUT THE FUCK UP!
>>78555160anon be like >"i know what you did while i was out, motherfucker"
>>78556294Aye, we getting memes now nice! (What anime btw)
>>78556494That's from Bungou Stray Dogs
>>78556494It's a chibi mini-series from Bungou Stray Dogs, Bungou Stray Dogs Wan! .It's a series inspired by real life authors (with their popular novels being their abilities). Character on the right is the protagonist, and the one on the left is the deuteragonist and a troll supreme. It's pretty fun.Wish you fun for the next parts, Cryptek Anon!
>>78555097>"Ah.">no apology, no explanation, no excuse>he stole it, and both characters know itFucking love it
Would Ishskar encounter issues with his fem-pharaoh waking up? Messing up his whole plans to help necron-kind and preserve the dynasty?
>>78556816Very much, ish is stepping on the toes of overlord politics. All of his plans are very much above a crypteks pay grade even if it's for the good of the tombworld.Also I'm wrapping up some very tedious work so I apologize for any delays. Here in a few hours I should be up and ready to post actively.
>>78552547HiveMind Anon when?>I have Lore Knowledge becuz w40k nerd>I am reborn as Tyranid Hivemind>Huh. Weird. I'm going to connect deeper into the network>THE HUNGER THE HUNGER THE HUNGER THE HUNGER THE HUNGER>Humans will be tasty. Have to make sure they are ripe for the harvest before we attack.
>>78557180Send them after other Tyranids, Orks, and Chaos.
>>78557180At this rate we're going to get a random chuckle fuck in each major faction and its going to get weird.
>>78557667what are you talking about that sounds great
>>78557667true, and I honestly think you wouldn't get that much fun without recycling what other isekai anons have done until now but as part of their own faction.I encourage other settings though.
>>78557667>>78557702depends oh how its done... because I could get behind it if its done properly.
so 3 isekai anons walk in a bar, one a human another Eldar and a last one a Necron, instead of making a plan or killing each other, they just speak about dead memes and laght.
>>78557667Makes me think about giving a name to this phenomenon.I had a Soul Ripple theory, where some kind of cosmic mishap sent the souls of a few early humans back into the materium, one of which resulted in Cupanon for example.Further warp fuckery explains why human souls entered into bodies or fused themselves to other souls to regain a corporeal form, being that these forms are Not human.The acceptance of such theory requires one to accept an alternate reality to what was officially 'canon' to some degree, but there's a problem with whom does this new canon fit into. Is it the first writefag's world, or are we looking at a multiverse of anons?The latter sadly breaks the Soul Ripple theory so I'm back to square one at what to call these stories.
>>78557667Depends on how based each chuckefuck is. CupAnon manned up, and CryptekAnon seems based so far. I hope HiveMindAnon is NOT weak minded, otherwise mankind would suffer more because of his knowledge and weakness.As said:>>78557548>>78557702>>78557935It depends on how it is done. If there are moral qualms and caution in how targets are taken, like in *Her Majesty's Swarm*, it could be awesome.
>>78557935its not a problem for now anyway, the other isekai anons are after Slaanesh breath, so forget about it for now
>Be the First Daemon of the Lore keepers...>A new keeper has awoken>It appears as a cycloptic metal skull with a sapphire eye>heh...>So there are others, aside from the two...>The first one wields a golden chalice of the most dangerous poison to his enemies...>… Knowledge>The other a Moth who uses his knowledge to sharpen his blade and counter his enemies movements before they knew the could make them>And now...>A cautionary skeleton of metal seeking to cut off the branch of a darker timeline from occurring in the first place...>...>Soon Lords... I hope to meet you all in person one day sooner or later.>... I will guide you though the warp to your destination as best I can.>If you ever are pulled into it by the enemy...
>>78558142i was thinking that the anons were a manifestation of Tzeentch's fear, of the black spots of the future (that he can't see) skrew his planing and destroy him, fear of the unknown
>>78558255(i dont know about the eldar one, hes taking too long)
>>78558255>Welcome Cryptek Ishskar>Allow me to introduce to you the ANON Initiative
>>78558340That fits with it being an alternate timeline. Say in the first, these reincarnates were left in obscurity, their plans failed or they remained anonymous until death. Resulting in the original timeline.
>>78558142I'd personally call it the seeder phenomenonBasically when a soul has enough information about a different timeline there is a chance for his/her/its 'soul' to become a 'seed' it then can appear in any shape, form, or race in that timeline. The chances appear to increase the more an individual knows about that timeline...Thing is those 'seeds' will not always open up and enforce their will (knowledge, past life experiences, or whatever) upon an individual not just immediately, or over the course of years... but never at all. Rather it is a tiny as hell chance of such an event occurring like maybe 1 in 79 trillion give or take a few hundred billion that a 'lore keeper' will awaken.So how does this explain why can the seeds grow from even 'soulless' individuals... the answer is complex. Some say that the seed isn't a soul, but rather a type of will passed onto someone(or thing) else, others that the seed is so small and insignificant that all things will subconsciously wave it away.They are both true in their own ways, but I can't truly say much in that regard...However it is evident that such a 'seed' is highly flexible and can bend itself to reflect the reality its in rules. Like a molecule of oxygen that can be changed/added/removed from a chemical formula. its still the same molecule but all it does is change what its with and around...Its probably why such souls are anathema to fate and destiny...However it is just a theory, and unless we can personally bear witness to such an even occurring than I doubt we will ever truly know.
>>78558922A seed analogy keeps in theme with the tree of life and possibility so I like it already.But is there some force or will behind where these seeds end up? Who is their gardener?And what happened to that demon of Tzeentch that touched the tree? I feel like he did not disappear because he was destroyed.A gardener should be a good planner after all...
>>78558255oh holy shit great to see you bud! I loved seeing you in the other threads, we spoke briefly when i was named "Mymera Seer" or something like that.
>>78559086Shit don't trust my memory but I can't say I remember... sorry (shitty memory). Guess I just have to back and reread just to seebut not dead… just... lurking>>78559076But as to who this gardener is... does their have to be one for life to grow? you'd be surprised how far can maple tree seeds can go with a good wind, and from tall enough heights.Though assuming their is a gardener(s), I'd think we'd need to ask what is his/her/its purpose, and why would he/she/it do anything if nothing affected them?
>>78557180Do you have any idea of what the fuck you're suggesting?Imagine a fuckin weeb getting isekai'ed into a Hivemind. The consequences would be apocalyptic to everyone...
>>78559388A good point, life can flourish without direct oversight, but then the question is where does the wind come from that scatters these seeds. Can it be explained the way Cupanon explains warp beings to primarchs and their sons?And if there is a gardener at work after all, you are correct in seeking to divine their purpose, but it's hard to imagine without a proper name. I can only think of a weak warpbeing manifesting it's will on the materium somehow. But these seeds would then become plans or machinations of sorts, and wouldn't that become the realm of Tzeentch and his schemes?
>>78559678(imagine one isekai'ed to caios, trying to topple a caios god to become one)
>>78557935Im tempted to do it, but if the Anon Agenda is to have all these stories take place in the same universe, it'll be hard to plan, as the nids are late to the party.
>>78555153>The return trip was quiet.>The void kraken was nowhere to be seen.>After seeing we were safe we jumped beyond lightspeed.>When i tried to challenge Agakhet to a match of battlefleet gothic i got utterly obliterated. >He lulled me into thinking I was having a good start.>After 25 different rounds I admitted defeat to him.>I literally can't beat him anymore.>He plays like he's some world ranked champion, he doesn't gloat out loud but there is some BM going on.>Did he really just spend 20+ years training to beat me in BFG2?
>>78559678please don't I cant stand of... that becoming real... the lewd noises I hear because of that tyranid ...... Tyriana...*Noises of fear*>>78559706As my reading of the lore the choas gods are technically order if we were to look at them loosely... each has has to play with/around specific rules in the great game.Also as Eldrad pointed out with anon (paraphrasing it here) '... I felt when you were first discovered, it was as if someone threw the tapestry of fate into a pyre...'So it being tzeench should be a possibility, right? Well unsurprisingly not entirely true, because even tzeench and kiroas can't perfectly predict the future. Influence it yes, but not determine it.The Lore keepers (in my mind at least) are anathema to this game, or at the very least a random variable. Acting much like a paradox to the game itself able to be present but having every shape, while conforming to no shape when they are played.>>78559934Though... warp time travel fuckery does happen, may haps a 'seed' awakening triggered?Ah... forgive me >>78533839 I have disrupted your show (or story)... carry on good sir.
>>78559934lmao just have fun and make nidsanon separate form the other anons
>>78560046>We finally do return into our small section of territory.>When the ship touches down and I command the crypteks to pull up existing void maps on our records. >I send them off to record as much information and make a comprehensive map.>In the future I'm going to need a full map of everything. >I have a lot of the maps tucked away in my head since I've studied up on where each faction is located.>But now I'm going to need to see maps with actual measurements and not just lore art.>Pulling up my own maps I narrow down on where our territory sits.>And boy is it a fucking travesty.
>>78560047no go for it, i love this line of thinking, its pretty cool.
>>78560047Well with Eldrad's tirade, I doubt it would make the existence of more than one lorekeeper canon per "faniverse"... so probably no coexisting, unless Cupanon is the only one who managed to overthrow fate
>>78560047I also had a thought along the lines of the anon's mind being partially melded into the hivemind, giving it the idea to start heading towards the galaxy sooner.
>>78560290>>78560047Maybe Anon got born as a gene stealer that escaped a cull cult purge one it was severed from the brood mind. Or that was left after a failed Tyranid invasions by only a handful of hive ships rather then a full tendril of any kind. Then he'd have assess to the basic Tyranid kit. Or woke up hatching as a hive ship or norn queen that had been accidentally flung back in time. So also a full Tyrnaid kit but no hive mind from outside the galaxy.
>>78560155Well not in the same universe... but if only there was a hellish realm that was connected to other dimensions, and our fiends could navigate it. While ending up in each others timeline... too bad no such realm like that exist.Although there is one piece of necron tech that can essentially multiverse hoop I believe.>>78560078Though what is wrong with where your sector is? (I'm going to assume your little red box just top right of Agdagath)
>>78560479it is an incredibly small section of space is what im getting at and yes it is the tiny ass box.
>>78555433>Be Zephro>Ah we are finally returning back to the tombworld>It appears those doom scythes we brought along weren't needed for our arrival party>Getra seems a bit down trodden at his most recent defeat>The bright side was that the void kraken wasn't anywhere in sight>may haps we canopteks could give that void battle simulation game a try>If we could mass produce this game we could make horrifying void tacticians if Agakhet is anything to show by.>Though why the Aeldari are called Asuryani does vex me...
>>78560697I was gonna start hinting at those slips up but hot damm thanks for doing one for me.
Last thread our Cryptek recalled his name to be Ishskar, and started saying that it must mean something before returning to his work. Do the Necrons have a particular naming scheme I am not getting?As another question: this is all taking place prior to both Humanities Golden age or even the start of Humans rise to the top of Earth's food chain correct? Will our Cryptek attempt to view the differences in Humanity's timeline to see where it diverges from our real world timeline? also if there is a version of his past self alive on earth when/if that time comes?
>>78560519You gotta remember boss, it's not the size of things, but how you use it. What is it, a hundred light years across?
>>78560748No... that was me who made the '... doesn't that mean...' from our scarab 'Chari'Due to isolation and the ruling pharons of each dynasty has a different culture. and sometimes different names mean diffrent things.as to when this is... its before humanities rise and before the fall40 millions after the war in heaven, 20 million before the Horus Heresy.
>>78560748>Will our Cryptek attempt to view the differences in Humanity's timeline100% he will, he also plans on steal as many games and rpgs as possible.>>78560775Pff i literally wouldn't know, that's why i have some skilled people to actually measure things out. All the maps i have focus on big scale things, i need to narrow searches down significantly if i want to find anything.
i really love the amount of people writing stories nowadays
>>78560970How valuable is blackstone that your already small dynasty got nabbed 1/3 of its content on one ship?
>>78560970lmao ask trollzyn the memelord how to steal stuff from primitives lmao
>>78561035quite valuable but that blackstone was used for ship repair, its fine to loose that small bit.Now then i need to get back to writing, been slacking.
This is not /tg/, why do you people feel the need to inflict your games on an unrelated imageboard?
>>78560479>if only there was a hellish realm that was connected to other dimensionsYou have a keen mind, I was thinking the same. Alternate reality/multiverse theory could work with different anons alone in their galaxies, but still connected to the warp, which connects to all material realms.Like different save files the great game is played on.Seeing them interact would be awesome too but like others have stated, it would be a delicate situation.
>>78560899Ah I see, I was mistaken, thank you.
>>78560390Im gonna plan it out, but current thought is to have nidanon be born in a tendril, have the hivemind take interest in the oddity that would be the anon, send him with a small fleet to check out the galaxy and then lose him.
>>78561631Will have to be seen as to which time period. Cause I can just imagine the amount of confusion the Emperor will have when som extragalactic space swarm knows where the primarchs are and knows how to deal with chaos. Among a whole host of things. Bonus at least is that lictors can be used to collect a lot of info from brains, plus, getting samples of navigators so the swarm can properly see into the warp. If one navigator can charts a decent course what could thousands arguing over their various views of the warp and then be able to plot absolutely optimal courses As well as knowing about Crotalids so Nidanon’s fleet won’t ruin plants trying to travel to them with the normal way tyranids travel. Combine that with a pupated bone-singers to make psychic amplifiers.And decode how the orks WAAAAAGH! energy is generated so each Tyranid adds to the psychic power of the whole. Plus I have no doubt Emps would be happy with the new biodata and gene tech, just imagine what the Gene cults of luna would think. Also mass producing zoanthropes for the astronomican that may even never burn out, any humans aded would only increase its power little by little.
>>78562233I'm going to laugh if Big E helps the Necron become fleshy again. It would be the ultimate FU to the Old Ones if you get Necron's with psychic ability and their super tech together.
>>78562233It will be a wild ride. I do plan on leaving a lasting impact on the mind of the anon, the ol' idea of dominance and eating the strong.Best way to deal with chaos? Just fuckin eat em.
>>78562233why stop there... you could make a crisper to counteract any future invading tyranids. Granting humanity a immunity against the future invading space bugs, also this could make human/eldar hybrids able to exist.You could also act as a advanced biological terraformer of the dead worlds. Even granting humanity an immunity against the warp.You could even create a human form to communicate more directly with humans. Maybe offer the necrons biological data to see if they could synthesis your 'flesh' to grant them selves a semblance of life.
>>78560078Sorry for derailing the thread with talks of nids.
>>78562233>>78562345I bet Eldrad and the Eldar ar going to realy dislike these anons. Wiht nidanon, its a giant psychic shadow that completely ruins their prediction and should be utterly incomprehensible, yet went straight to the Emperor for a deal. Also getting an ork mechboys instinctual knowledge of technology. Also also, getting primarch and custodian gene samples to make even better nid organisms with. Imagine getting some of the primarchs mental abilities, Gulimens strategy, Perts tech understanding, Dorn’s defences, Vulcan's strength etc. And finally getting all the gest samples of all the various monsters through the galaxy, like the barking toads. Theres also some Godzilla thing living on some other deathworld, and those lizards that live in nocturne‘s volano’s who mouth could hold a thunderhawk. So many creatures to sample. And with no other competition.
>>78562723Imagine living Wraightbone hull that is entirely inscribed with runes on a cellular level to protect the hive ship from the warp.
sorry for the delays, had feel into a creative for a bit but i just think i got really inspired after doing some reading and i really like what im writing now.
>>78563066Yea man love the idea and its working really good man keep it up
>>78563066Good to know.
>>78563066go at your own rythm, and feel free to post as you like
>>78560078>Cryptek Ishskar when he looks upon his dynasty's territories
>>78560078>I made way for my own quarters, I let chari off my shoulder as I stepped in. >Sprawling across dozens of surfaces were phos-glyph tablets. >Variant designs for the several categories of canoptek constructs were etched onto their surfaces.>Some of the designs had large “X” marks covering up a new design of Spyder, Wraiths, or some sort amalgam of both.>One Tablet did not show one strange canoptek design.>Instead I saw a tomblade that had been upgraded to a weapons platform, for some reason looking at that made my head twitch. >Why was all this in my quarters?>I'm just a cryptek right?>Transmutation and Technomancy the two underrepresented disciplines because they're kinda trash?>Why would you need to transmute anything when you're already using the best metal in all the galaxy?>And technomancy should only be used for fixing and strengthening tech, right?
>>78564056>My own neural matrices fire unsuccessfully and cycling logic chains fail.>What am I thinking? It's my brain that's failing right, not metal and circuits. >This is just a pounding headache.>I walk deeper into the room>I knock some books [Phos-glyph tablets] as I head deeper into my room.>I came here to check on my collection of metallic paints [Sedimentary cache] right?>I open one of the cabinets and look over what I have.>I pull up all the spray cans of citadel paint [Unrefined Ore’s] out.
>>78564071>I lift up a large can of leadbelcher spray [Armaplas Alloy] and give it a quick shake.>”This would be good as a base.”>Tossing up one can into the air and catching it, its a can of Mephiston Red [Francium composite]>”Getting low on you buddy.”>I pull out another two cans, Runelord Brass [Necrodermis ingot] and Chaos black [Positively Warp charged Blackstone Ba-WARNING MALFUNCTION DETE-]>I got tired and just started pulling MOST of them up without consideration.>Zandri Dust [Kultrinium 100% Purity], Munitorum Varnish [Plasma Essence plate], Gray Seer [Refined Plutonium], Death Guard Green [Enriched Uranium], Macragge Blue [Inert Phase-iron Totem], Mechanicus Standard Gray [Adamantine Bullion].>”Huh no Retributor Armour, oh hey at least i have this bit of wraithbone.”>As a reach into one cabinet I feel my headache vanish entirely, it was probably nothing.>I pulled up a weird horn shaped length of this wraithbone substance.>It sits nicely when I place it next to all the metals and weird xeno materials.
>>78564093>All these would look particularly interesting to run tests on.>Particularly this bit of wraithbone.>Some master artisans amongst the eldars are able to weave this stuff between even molecules.>I wonder if i can replicate that myself.>I'm no bonesinger but as a transmuter surely there is enough overlap in skills.>I try altering its shape, and to my immediate disappointment the material simply cracks under the pressure sending shard stabbing harmlessly into my necrodermis frame. >Maybe not a good idea to keep messing with it.>I'll move onto other experiments.
>>78560697>Be Alpha>Ish has been requesting data bout our territory>All I know is that we have 3 tombworlds (one of which being ours)>Due to our revolt against the cunt'tan (yes Ish I heard what you called them and I think the name is fitting (but what is a cunt?))>Due to our large losses of necrons we should barley count as a dynasty>However do to our larger amounts of Canopteks, which have a more complex matrix then your standard Canoptek units in other dynasties this is what.>That is all I know>The reanimators would definitely know more about the specifics about our slumbering necrons>The wraiths would know more about our tomb systems>He thanked me and went to his workshop
>>78561101Congratulations. You're so wrong that you've managed to fish up a suptg lurker who posts maybe once every other YEAR.This kind of story telling is such a part of the board's history that an entire quarantine board was spawned from one of its tumors. If you want an example of old writefaggotry along this exact line pre-isekai look up Emperasque.Now if you'll excuse me I'm going to go back and settle into the mud bank until 2023.P.S.I'd recommend not crossing the isekai streams simply because it distracts from the investigation of the premise that drew in a writefag to begin with and is likely to end with burnout and a drop in quality. Is it fun to think about? Sure, everything here is. Will it most likely detract from the story by reducing potential risk? Also yes. If you want to have it happen write an omake, that way the OP doesn't have to add more to their plate.(also I've always imagined harps of dissonance as bass guitars because a: it gets away from Tomb Kings In Spaaaaace and b: it looks bad ass. Besdies that keep on keeping on writefag, I enjoyed the So I'm A Spider reference.)
>>78564769Just a quick good (and btw, some of the parts are outright missing), its if the Emperor became a Tarrasque.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?searchall=Emperasque
>>78564258>I walk back to the center of the room, away from the metals.>No idea how all these Phos-glyph tablets were somehow ALL knocked down.>Well picking up one I might as well try and see about getting something done while I have the free time.>I check out one of the tablets and look over a design for a possible variant pattern of Wraiths.>Two designs for a new wraith variant.>”A Canoptek Skorpioid , and its complement pair of Canoptek Skorpettes.”>It was a large canoptek unit armed with Hyperphase thresher claws, a Phase Shifter and a Particle Shredder.>And 2 smaller units also wielding Hyperphase threshers claws, a Phase Shifter and a Particle Caster.>The pattern was never finished.>So I've decided to finish what this old cryptek couldn't on his own.
>>78565722>I call duracell and two additional wraiths into my chambers.>Surprisingly it seems no construct can enter into this chamber without express permission. >Quite literally unable to phase into the room either.>In any case I get to work repurposing Duracell and his allies.>It's a long process of constantly dismantling them, making improvements and hotfixes to the Destabilization Matrix due to the extra mass and Non-standard parts.>Keeping the Electromagnetic field coils from not burning out was a problem>But it seems transmuting and adding in Auramite is going to just be a recurring fix for getting things to work.>All in all a fun 7 year project to make.
Congratulations, this thread made me have a nightmare last night that I was trapped in the city from Dead Men Walking.
>>78564769also holy shit thanks man, thanks man. cant thank all the folks who defend creativity on this board.
>>78565801>trapped in the city from Dead Men WalkingNot too far from off from an actual scenario with Necrons.
>>78565889oh shoot what's this Orator, what is it your planning there friend.
>>78565889It started off as a pretty normal dream and then I started finding weird glowing stones and it was all downhill from there.
>>78565747Don't forget to thoroughly bug fix and prototype before you enter mass production. Since you will probably need a lot of them to take over the Blackstone Fortresses.
>>78552782Ever noticed how time "flies" when you get older? What's a year to a million-years-old?
>>78561111Quads for the chaos god.
>>78566198I imagine without needing food, sleep, or other bodily function breaks, when you're deep in thought there's nothing to interrupt a train of thought, for better or worse. I once binged through a game of Alpha Centauri and only stopped because the sun had come up again, if not for that, I might have played until completion. I imagine it's very easy for years to pass when doing something right requires the infinite attention and care that a Necron can possess; That and the notion of a logic loop happening when you don't get the random shower thoughts taking a break yields.
>>78566333I couldn't have explained it better. Also at this point I'm feeling a bit sluggish , I kinda wanna see what canoptek man thinks before I post again. I'll still probably pop up a post or two before I tap out for tonight.
I'll be honest, I've been staring at my Google sheet, trying to write part 87 of the story. And I'm kinda running on fumes at this hour. Mostly the most intrusive unrelated parts of the setting are bombarding my brain. Like "should i save the squats." Or "can zoat tech help necrons become more human." That fun stuff.
>>78567029So I think I may just turn in for the night, if any of you can keep bumping that be appreciated and I'll get around to making a few posts to kicking off the morning.I hope you enjoyed anons normal brain not working well with the necron brain becuase I thought that part was very fun to write.
>>78567048No worries friend, rest well and sleep soundly.
>>78566370>>78567029>>78567048Rest well Cryptek Anon, otherwise we'll have to wait another 20 million years!Also I'm sure Trazyn would be grateful if you eventually inform him of the squats imminent demise, but you warn him just in time so he could grab as many as he wants.
>>78565747I like how Auramite is the Necron equivalent of duct tape. Fixing a Necron brain? Slap some auramite on. Making a new Wraith design? Auramite's got your back. Restoring a mega doomsday device that snuffs out stars, but ran out of hyper-alloys for the computer? Auramite, son.
>>78567879I'm picturing myself necron Phil Swift advertising auramite to fellow necrons>Now to show you the power of Ish, I saw that common soldier's head in half!>Wow! That's a lot of damage!>Now lets see what a competent Cryptek with a little bit of Ish can do!
Loving this, have a bump.
>>78560078I just realized... This takes place so long before 40k it takes place before 2020... Which means he theoretically the bedrooms could show up in modernday earth.
>>78567948>An Eternity of Slumber got you down? Biotransferrance not quite as advertised? Tomb World just falling to pieces and the Phaeron is waking up in just a few short decades? >Technomancer M'ayhze here to tell you about the wonders of Iskar!>Pliable, durable, non-corrosive, Iskar is the latest revelation from the Voekhet Dynasty, and we all know the Voekhet are famous for their Transmutations>I took this run-of-the-mill Wraith and gilded him with a generous coating of Iskar, and look! This heavy Gauss flayer can't even touch him! >Granted, he's phased out of reality regardless, but look at that noble, golden shine! >But wait what's that? A heavy, TWIN-LINKED Gauss Flayer! Bam! Barely even warped that lovely finish! >Keep your Canoptek constructs working longer, faster, more efficiently than ever before. >It's all starts with just four easy payments of core unit squads. Act in the next twenty years, and I'll throw in not one, not two, but FIVE Canoptek cleaning shammies>You'd have to be a Flayed One to pass up this deal! Call today!
>>78568864All Deals Regarding Iskar Must Be Done Through An Authorized Voekhet Dynasty Agent. Voekhet Dynasty Does Not Bear Responsibilities For Any Side Effects Of Iskar such as: Engrammic Thrombosis, Delusions Of Grandeur, Delusions Of Mediocrity, Krork Foot, Enslaver Blindness, Phantom Chassis Itch, Aeldari Sympathies, Persistent Balefire Emissions, Rhythmic Sequence Tics, or Rolling An Improbable Number of 1's.If Any Of These Symptoms Occur, Please Do Not Tell The High Council Or My Phaeron, I've Got A Good Thing Going And The Last Thing I Need Are The Praetorians Knocking At My Door.
>>78567879>>78567948>>78568864>>78569006Holy shit this fuckin based. Perfect thing to wake to anons. I couldn't help but here Kaz from metal gear giving me these sales pitches as though he was offering me burgers.
>>78569582Actually I'm just more impressed with the fact that all of you just went ahead kept making back to a bunch of little story beats. Yall made me proud anons, you did me good
>>78557667> gets reborn as tau.> speeds up ethereals to mind control ascension to realise his gundam fetish.>???> profit.
>>78568864The emperor in terra invents aramite, and instantly after its made receives a cease and desist order
>>78569802>"finally, a metal fit for my most glorious bodyguards">"uuuuuh, sir? you might wanna see this">"hm?" looks out the window>que cryptanon going "I KNOW WHAT YOU DID YOU GIANT PSYCHIC BASTARD, I PATENTED IT FIRST, GIVE ME MY MONEY"
>>78569929I don't think the Imperium and the Nectons are going to have a mutual invention or patent treaty, but it would be hilarious if Cryptanon sneaks it into one for a laugh, and The Emperor actually pays.
>>78558255>>78558382Do not bully me, life is being annoying, me ending up rewriting things multiple times because I didn't like how they turned out isn't helping, Also for some reason I cannot find the second thread I made in http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.htmlSo that's fun... not.
>>78570872Oh hey great to see ya, didn't even know you had made a part two.
>>78570953I don't know anymore to be fair. Might've been my imagination. Sleep deprivation's a bitch.
>>78570974can you link the second one? i didn't see it(sorry for bully)
>>78570872You know I have that entire thread recorded
Though I don't think you made a second thread... but I do have up to>Even though it was with a Mechanicus Magos breathing down my neck as he watches me play the game with fascination>It does feel kind of nostalgic... So nostalgic in fact, that I almost didn't realize what exactly he had just asked me
>>78571062and here we have mask being a champ
>>78570974Get some sleep bro
>>78566370sorry I fell asleep>>78564465>Be Duracell>Was selected with two other wraiths to be converted>This form feels alienly fimilular>Lost the ability to fly...>Oh well this form is much faster... and can climb everywhere>I feel powerful, and fast>Oddly this form is far more useful when it comes to maintenance
>>78571062So do you have a link to the second one? If it exists.
>>78571349oh no I saved all of it on a GdocGive me a hour (or two) I am going to post it all into one giga picture
>>78571496But is there a link so it can be put on the archive.
>>78565747>While that was a fun pet project it will have its uses in the long term.>When we finally reach precipice these Hyperphase threshers claws will be useful for gathering materials and carving through Blackstone.>Currently these 3 are the original patterns and are still technically in the testing phase.>Once i see them in the field a bit, i'll use that data to make improvements before mass producing them.>Actually it wouldn't be a bad idea to also use them for harvesting Blackstone ore deposits. >”Oh yeah it's all coming together.”>Chari immediately turns to me.>I think this little scarab is recognizing when I start making references.
>>78571806>I instruct chari to watch over Duracell and his two underlings, now affectionately named “Double AA’s”. >Chari will be gathering information for me.>In the meantime I suppose I start up on practice up on my combat routines. >This is a dangerous galaxy so it wouldn't hurt to actually be competent in battle.>After leaving my lab and locking up, I summon lychguard Agakhet.>”Agakhet, i'm going to need your assistance with something.”>He immediately takes a knee.>”I am at your command cryptek!” He announces.
>>78571835Would it be seen as weird if your boi doesn't know how to fight or would need practice? Since before awakening you and all necrons were part of the biggest war ever.
>>78571935i mean he knows how to fix stuff, i assume he knows how to fight
>>78571935they have been asleep for 42 milion years, it wouldn't be out of the question some degradation to pop up, that is for a normal necron.Our cryptek was human and hasn't actually been in any combat encounters yet.
>>78571080That's the first one
>>78571778No unfortunately notBut I will keep it on hand for our Mon'Keigh Eldar friend, though no pictures sorry. on another not the picture is too large but I did make a Gdocs to view ithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1VdRNPFVn53LrQpZytND_hH7pZVGqtMVpMQ37Jv-w8lk/edit?usp=sharing>>78572124oh... shit>>78570872here is the first thread...
>>78572180Nope. There was no second thread, I remembered wrong, sorry.
>>78571835Had to run to work before i could finish the next part so ill just leave you all on quick cliffhanger.>Agakhet moved to an empty chamber so we could do a bit of sparring.>I'm going in with just my harp. >And it's about time i actually run through what my harp does, beyond sitting pretty on my hip and making tiny strands of auramite.>As i've said before it has 12 different strings.>Each string is calibrated to a certain tension level. >I haven't been using it for its intended design and instead been remixing the power of the chords to make new things.>It can do so much more than create and destroy.>So let me just run through what each cord does.
>>78572527>be me a random Canoptek scarab who survived the initial awakening of the High Transmogrifier Ishskar, under the command of Alpha>while floating around if needed for his work hear he's planning to some sparring.>hides in the shadows of the ceiling hoping to get a new Shell like Charidon.>is scared to get new shell, since knows harp bad.
>>78572454Schzio eldar moments.This just means you need to start a second thread.
So ive come up with like 7 cords for his harp and im scratching my head on these last ones. any ideas before i post?
what do you have? so far...though maybe one determines what sate is matter in.
>>78573998Makes music? I got no idea what it does beside what you already described... it could make more Necron stuff that is though to be lost, or change a state of matter?
>>78574094quite a few metal transmutation related things, the glass transmutation, some energy transmutation and some c'tan stuff.not much in the way of gasses or liquids. Ill just post the ones i have and see what you folks can help me come up with
>>78573998A bit of a niche one might be how much radioactive decay the matter has undergone.
>>78573998Molecular deconstructionMolecular constructionEnergy inductionTechnology Animation/Hacking/PossessionWaveform manipulation
>>78572527>The Architects Chord: This cord enables one to transmute blackstone into an amorphous making it malleable and better suited for designing structures.>The Cord of Entropy: The note released from this cord is the most commonly used in combat, it will rapidly dissolve molecular bonds destroying its stability.>The Dissonance cord: When played the molecular structure of most organic life forms is rapidly transmuted into gas.>The Geomancers Cord: When struck the note will rapidly destabilize sediment into a slurry of molten slag, when STRUMMED it can do the reverse and transmute sediment into crystalline substances.>God Shattering Cord: Made from the Fractal C’tan shard of the Deceiver’s essence, when this cord it struck it destabilizes and wounds the very being of the loathsome C’tan.>The Iconoclasts Cord: Made from a fractal of what could be presumed the Outsider, this note temporarily transmutes the Necrodermis into the C'tan Phase Necrodermis, such use of this string is incredibly dangerous and immensely draining.>The Metallurgists Cord: When played metals of particularly dense molecular composition will expand, heat and feverishly bond with ANY surrounding matter, instantly seeking to transmute into something new.>The Plasmancers Conduit Cord: This cord draws in all ambient energy to suddenly cluster together and transmute into small floating motes of orbs of volatile and unknown masses, Effectively making random electrical or plasma mines floating in the air.
>>78574211others could control the range and narrow the influence to save power, the scale of the attack
>>78574211you could use one that attacks the machine spirits, make them revolt against users?
>>78574384>>78574341Ideally id like to stick the idea of transmuting matter into another kind.
>>78574211(insert name here)-This cord makes the object in front of the user expand violently to open-air, protecting the user from range attacks
>>78574459Like physically altering its shape, i suppose that one could be fun, kinda reminds me of full metal alchemist barrier making.Ill use it. 1 outta four down.
>>7857421114 that's a lot of chords
>>78574211harp could have a spike to rest it on, which is used to focus certain powers:cord of heat collection: drains heat from the environment and transfers it to an object your rest the harp on. if harp is not rested, drains heat from in front of you and places it behind you.cord of heat dispersal: drains heat from the environment or an object you rest the harp on and fires a beam of intense infrared light.cord of analysis: wave of sound that causes all objects to resonate. this resonance is unpleasant to organics. placing the harp's rest on a vibrating material causes the harp's strings to resonate, showing what strings will be useful for creating that material. cord of repetition: when struck as part of a chord, will repeat that chord when it is struck alone, until it is struck as part of a chord again. the harp features an auto-picker for this chord, so you can put it in idle mode.
>>7857465712 actually, 8 in that post, and 4 more that anons like you are helping me decide.
>>78574687last chord should be cord.cord: string.chord: multiple strings struck in rapid succession for a combined sound and effect (got the impression this was a thing, but may be wrong)
Displacement cord: using this cord can displace materials a few inches from the targetHowever the stronger, or more attached this material is to the target/location the more energy is required to move it.Conversely if material is unattached to anything then drastic reduction in energy cost.Cord of the calling Canoptek: Cord will summon nearby, or either personally called for canoptek unit to aid cryptek.
>>78574211A chord to drain Necron power from power sorce
>>78574211don't forget to powerslide, anon
>>78574190No idea how Energy induction or Waveform manipulation works and id love to hear examples
>>78574896My idea here is to supercharge attacks to the point where the weapon itself might get damaged, but the range is triple.
>>78575143so the idea itself is neat, but im kinda already planning on using the big fuck off resurrection orb matrix in his back to amp the power of his harp.So while they wont be strings i will be using the orb to do more or less a few of the ideas you propsed.
how many are missing?
>>78574987Wave form manipulation would involve the control and modulation of waves. from amplitude to frequency and even the shape of the wave amplitude: making the particular wave stronger or weakerfrequency: increasing/decreasing the speed ofof a waveshape: ranging from your standard sinusoidal wave to square waves and saw tooth wavesExample: control over the hue and brightness of light. sending radio transmissions. active noise canceling. invisibility cloak. mirages/illusions. sonic blasts. quakes of various strength. gravitational waves
>>78574987>InductionPulls energy from something, where ever energy flows, you can pull it. Living things have energy fields.>Waveform Changing audio, energy, or visual waves. Allows you to change light from visible to non-visible spectrum, a steady stream of low power into a sudden burst of high power.
>>78575329is waveform invisibility?
>>78575355It could be use to be invisible, to things with eyes like ours. But some things can see x-rays or infrared, so while you could change the wave's shape and intensity, you could not destroy it. So, depending on the senses, something could see you.
>>78575318electricity functions via waves and lets not forget resonance frequency causing an object to shake itself apart
>>78575329>>78575318using both of these in a fun way now.only 1 string left to go. lets hope for some cool form of transmutation sciences.
Unless it's a special case, since the harps aren't used that much in minis there shouldn't be that big of an effect, no? (Newtard here)
>>78575490we could not make it do anything for now and save it as an deus ex Machina
>>78575549too late we already had Deus ex Monkey happen once in this story cant have another one chief
>>78575490Cream cheese string
Dissonance cord: this cord twist back the furl of time, but not the mind. Offsetting the footing, swing, focus, or strike of an enemy.
>>78575498Nukes aren't used much either, but that does not come because they are small.
>>78575490freeze any liquid, including promiteum?
Bump limit has been reached
>>78575583>>78575746To add onto this one, be able to change an object into any state depending on how its struck.
dang, well ill wrap up this thread after we come up with the final string and move on.
>>78575876I think this goes to show how much a good story brings tards together.
>>78574140 might be a fun one, combat-wise maybe it could be used to rapidly age people.
>>78575876Should we expect you in a week? Two weeks? More? (you're not forced to follow schedule)
>>78576019Bro excepts me this afternoon. if this thread gets closed before i can figure what the final string is , or before i can link to the next pose keep an eye out on the the archive. I plan to write most of the weekend since I'm not in any major games until Tuesday.http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html
>>78576079Neat!I still know jack-shit about necrons, but what about the final chord is something Warp related? Something made especially against the old ones?
>>78576132i- fuck thats actually really smart. okay anon you get this one.
>>78576132I believe the necrons have pretty much nothing warp related as they never created tech for it, only real space.
>>78574211>The Fortification Cord: This cord rapidly expands out molecules of a surface, this makes its target rise out, before slamming the molecules forcefully together, often this formation results in particularly dense barriers to hide behind. >The Induction Cord: When strummed the cord rips energy from all caught in the sonic cone, it pairs exceedingly in conjunction with The Plasmancers Conduit Cord.>The Waveform Cord: When struck overcharges steady streams of power into surges of immense overcharges necron technology and units, It needs a steady power source from the Resurrection orb matrix to not make necron units go critical.>The Empyric Cord: This one was strange...it had its own micro stasis field to ensure it was inert until it was to be used, all i know about is that its a Positively Warp charged Blackstone cord, what exactly that means in terms of usage is unknown.>I couldn't begin to comprehend how this cryptek managed all this power. >As far as my records indicate he wasn't supposed to be this impressive. >Then again searching through his own neural matrices he wasn't even supposed to be that good of a technomancer.>The disconnect in the way things have been a little bit confusing.
>>78576188Well they have anti-warp stuff (null-fields), but it is true that they cannot wield in any measure anything from the warp... there was a C'tan too who managed to get into the webway if I remember it right...
>>78576304Empyric Cord would likely be a portable Null Field Matrix... really fragile, cost a lot of juice and has a really limited area compared to regular ones but in a bind it does its job.
>>78574211>>78576304>Cryptek Ishskar right now
Today while i do have to go to work it only involves a quick hourish trip to the bank and back. so im kinda not gonna write as i dont know when ill be called away.after i get back ill probs spend a good 20-40 minuets writing a fun fight scene between a cryptek and a named lychguard should be fun.
>>78558922>>78559076>>78559388>>78559706Repost these in the next thread.Do necrons need souls to be activated?
>>78576622no, necrons are (because of the c'tan noming them in biotransverance) soulless
>>78576683i dont know if ill follow this idea i have but i might just consider our necron to be housing a soul, seeing as he has "Unamed human" person as apart of him with all that meta knowledge to boot.
>>78576736>>78576683ah... isn't their a piece of eldar weaponry that can affact the soul, and an oddity with it being its oddly affective against the necrons?
>>78576764Im not immediately familiar with that weapon
>>78576622What did get transferred then?
>>78576851perhaps the c'tan could get that bit of soul, because it didn't come out of its shell... (>>78558922 Check post, for a bit more information)That would lead to an interesting reaction if an eldar saw the old foe who supposedly lost its soul in the stories. While encountering it our cryptek and them double taking when they see a soul in such an individual
Note for Neckbeardia if you are reading the threads... no wojack and no frogs in the thumbnail. You are allowed to have a cryptek along with a golden beetle. Also keep the title accurate.
>>78577002Second not for Neckbeardia, call Grand a schizo retard for me, thanks.