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Dark Heresy - Haarlock's Legacy (Inactive)

Game Master Nethru

Online to PbP game in session.

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Your weapons appear to bounce harmlessly off the pillars as you unload on them not even leaving a scratch.

Sister Revanche quickly searches the bodies for something that they can use to destroy the pillars.

Everyone can make an awareness check

Awareness 1d100 ⇒ 27

1d100 ⇒ 62


Auraxis you noticed as you were beating on the pillars the ground under it appeared to be looser earth.

graki awareness: 1d100 ⇒ 26

Graki sees the same thing Auraxis does.

"Dig out the posts! The earth is weak maybe it will collapse! he yells as he starts to dig with his hands around one of the posts like a wild animal digs a hole to bury it's bone.

Sister Revanche leaps at the other post and begins to dig with equal fervor.

Auraxis will dig out the earth with Graki as he is right in front.

The three of you dig as fast as you can using whatever tools you have as the dark shape grows closer and closer to the sun.

Everyone please make Toughness checks as it's very tiring to dig like you guys are now.

Toughness 1d100 ⇒ 3

1d100 ⇒ 20


1d100 ⇒ 36 vs 43

Graki continues to fling the soft dirt behind him as his life depends on unearthing this pillar. Beads of sweat pour from his face gritting his teeth

"KEEP IT UP! keep digging with everything you got"

Your faith in the Emperor allows you to keep going without any fatigue.

Finally your able to dig deep enough to topple one of the pillars. As it falls the mirror door is torn apart in a spectacular haze of silver light and a thunderclap of noise, and the posts shatter explosively, showering the area with fragments.

damage: 2d10 ⇒ (5, 8) = 13
You may attempt to dodge

1d100 ⇒ 5 dodge

Graki Jumps the F@$! Out of the way....

"Arrgh!" With a grunt

Dodge 1d100 ⇒ 76

Auraxis tries to lunge out of the way...

Dodge 1d100 ⇒ 22

Sister takes a hit from the explosion but her armor absorbs most of the damage and still lives.

Moments later, as the eclipse arrives and Dusk is plunged into cold darkness, the image of the black sun forms with the furious outline of a contorted human face with blazing white eyes. A howl of rage and frustration echoes across the surface of Dusk as hurricane-force winds rip through the swamps and forests, scattering the witnesses to the ground with the force of the turbulence in the air. The face fades and the eclipse passes as lighting and thunder break on the horizon.

It appears Haarlock has been thwarted and his Legacy ended...

You all wait around for something to happen but nothing does. It eventually beings to rain as the clouds move in and your left on the hill top alone with the destroyed mirror door.

After some time the tribesmen you met earlier move up to the hill once again and their leader speaks.

"It seems you have done what you came to do. The old lady vanished after the face vanished from the skies and wondered if you survived or not."

He takes in his surroundings. "It appears you are now stranded here with us. Your welcome to stay with our tribe."

You all realize that any electronic equipment you were carrying is now fried and you have no way of communicating with the outside world.

Auraxis shrugs, "Where is here exactly?"

Grakis void nullification systems shut down and his natural blank abilities kick into full power. Graki surveys the people looking for the fastest way to kill them. Searching for any signs of weakness and says nothing.


Sister Revanche looks at the others.

"We have sacrificed ourselves for the Emperor. No greater fate exists for those of us who are true to the Ordos Inquisitorious. I commend you for your courage and faith, brothers. The Emperor will provide a path."

She looks at the tribesmen.

"But this is not it, I suspect. We are still exploring what could be, and not what is. We still have work to do. Are you all meant to help, or to hinder?"

"We call this planet Dusk. We are a simple people and will remain so. Come with us if you wish."

He turns with his men and they walk away.


That concludes the Haarlock's Legacy. 3 years later we finally finish the story line. You stopped Haarlock from returning but are now stranded on the planet Dusk (a primitive planet with zero technology). What fates await your characters you will never know (or will you?).

Lets start gearing up for Black Crusade. Get characters ready and get rolling on the dark side!

Wow we all made it this time! :-)

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