Check out these cool 40k inspired mods in Space Engineers to give the Dark Gothic Battlefleet Gothic look to the verse. This awesome 3d Dreadnought model is by BlackArmor on Steam Made for creative. IMPORTANT: Do not copy and paste this walker Space Marine Dreadnought after you have started the walking sequence. This is one of the slowest Space Marine Dreadnought walkers I’ve made due to its short little leg design. I will update the walking sequence as I find ways to improve it. —————————————————————————————————————————— Description: In Warhammer 40K lore, the Dreadnought is essentially an armored sarcophagus for a mortally wounded Space Marine, allowing him to fight on even when his body has failed. Space Marine Dreadnought Space Engineers mod Features: – Fully automated walking sequence – Tortoise-like speed – 2 gatlings, 2 rockets and a drill to chew up enemies Walking tips: – Keep the Space Marine Dreadnought body PARALLEL to the ground. (Keep crosshairs lined up with artificial horizon) – Use gyroscope (mouse) to turn the Space Marine Dreadnought left and right. There is a version of the Dreadnought Castaferrum pattern which is simply called seige dreadnought, that uses a drill to get trough defences during seiges, and it still uses the same as the Space Engineers mod chassis. http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Siege_Dreadnought More Space Marine Dreadnoughts here.
Warhammer 40k Space Marine Quotes | Adeptus Astartes Hey everybody, collecting some quotes to compile into AIML for a Warhammer 40k Space Marine Chat Bot. This is the successor to the Warhammer 40k Space Ork WAAAAAAAAAAGH! Bot. Gonna clean up the data later, K thx. http://wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Quotes_Space_Marines Welcome to Warhammer 40k – Lexicanum! Log in and join the community. Quotes Space Marines Space Marines Portal A Space Marine Honor those brave and noble Adeptus Astartes who sacrifice their lives for the Emperor of Mankind. Read quotes from famous Space Marines on this page and ponder the grimdark Imperium of Mankind and the sacrifices it requires. Attributed Imperial Tomes and Chapter Mottos Tome Quote Source Ritual and Responses, Tome of Truths Foretold, Legiones Astartes, Library Copy Without the Dark, there can be no Light, We have purpose Without the Lie, there can be no Truth, We have purpose Without the War, there can be no Victory, We have purpose Without the Death, there can be no sacrifice, We have purpose Without the Hope there can be no Future, We have purpose Without the Loyalty there can be no one chapter, We have purpose Without the Emperor, there is nothing,… And we would have no purpose Book of the Astronomican, p. 71 Adeptus Astartes, The Book of Faith At battle’s end, speak the Liturgy in a clear voice. Respect the bravery of the living. Give the Rite of Passage to the fallen. Honour the battle gear of the dead. To do all this with reverence, even when exhausted by battle and weary from the field, is the duty of a Chaplain. It is his burden and satisfaction. Warhammer 40,000 Compendium, p. 25 Medic Credo Do not fail your Brothers. Though their bodies die, their spirit must return to the Chapter. That is your charge. Warhammer 40,000 Compendium, p. 28 Excerpt from the Liber Honorus Imperial Fists Chapter, Legiones Astartes During the righteous pacification of the heretical insurgence on Iduno, Lysander (at the time still a sergeant) bravely led his squad in the stubborn defence of the Colonial Bridge. For fourteen hours Lysander and his men held against wave after wave of attacks by the hateful rebels who had forsworn the glorious Emperor of Mankind for the False Glories of the Fallen Gods. Well versed in the Rites of Battle, Lysander guided his men surely and strongly, bringing the vengeance of the Emperor in volleys of controlled, effective bolter fire. When Lysander and the survivors of his squad were relieved, it took several hours to clear the corpses of the shadow-shrouded recreants so the bridge could be crossed. [Needs Citation] ‘Leaders Of The Adeptus Astartes’, A Most Secret Report, Compiled For His Most Supreme Excellency The Paternoval Envoy By His Humble Servant Master Maximus Pliny Marneus Augustus Calgar is the renowned master of the Ultramarines, and his countless exploits while defeating the enemies of the Emperor (may his divine light always guide us) have earned him no small measure of fame throughout the Imperium. […]
Welcome to 40k co | Warhammer 40k ChatBot | Chat with our Bot Welcome to 40k co. Check out our Warhammer 40k chat bot. This Warhammer 40k chat bot is still in training. Use of this Warhammer 40k chat bot is in alpha stages at this time.
Warhammer 40k | BattleFleet Gothic | High Gothic Imperial Language ( Latinised ) http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/High_Gothic High Gothic, also called Tech by the Adepts of the Adeptus Mechanicus, is the hieratic tongue of the Imperium of Man, used in the titles of ancient institutions and organisations (such as the Adeptus Terra). It represents an older language than the commonly used Imperial vernacular tongue and is regarded as a sacred tongue since it was the language spoken by the Emperor of Mankind during the era of the Great Crusade in the late 30th Millennium. At that time, the language was simply called “Imperial Terran” or “Imperial Gothic.” In the current Age of the Imperium, High Gothic is the equivalent of the Church Latin used during the mediaeval age of ancient Europe. High Gothic is also known as “Tech” because it is a version of the language in which the technical rituals of the Adeptus Mechanicus and other ancient works are recorded. High Gothic first developed during the Dark Age of Technology on Old Earth before the spread of Mankind to its interstellar colonies. It derives from the common tongue of that time, an assimilation of English, European and Asian-Pacific languages which developed over many centuries in the North American, European and Asian-Pacific regions of Terra. High Gothic was the universal medium of humanity’s written record until the advent of the Age of Strife, and was spoken as a first language by many and as a second language by almost everyone. Its idioms and vocabulary now appear archaic and mystic to the peoples of the present-day Imperium and many of its words have acquired religious significance over the years. It is the language of the Tech-priests of the Adeptus Mechanicus and of forbidden books of heretical and daemonic lore. High Gothic (represented in the game by pseudo-Latinised English) is unintelligible to most Imperial citizens. It is only the language of important Adepts and members of the Inquisition, and even among those who can speak it, it is only a second language. It is used principally in formal situations (such as during pious benedictions by a Priest of the Ecclesiarchy), rather than as a casual language of conversation. Low Gothic, a bastardised, present-day version of High Gothic, is the current common tongue of the Imperium in the late 41st Millennium. Sources Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader by Rick Priestley