Made this thing. Like the Adepta Sororitas in the Black Library, the Mechanicus are either awesome and totally badass, or have replaced their common sense drives with a toaster. There’s depressingly little middle ground.
I’m hosting my first WH40k gaming party soon and I’ve been making little promo images to get everyone excited about it. I figured you all would get a kick out of these! The city is Providence Rhode Island.
I am making some Warhammer Motivations right now and came across this quote. Too long for a poster but it was too excellent not to share. Think about how this applies to every day situations, not just wars.
“You ask me how, for example, I would deal with a fortress. What can I say? Blast it? Burn it? Gas it? The list is endless. But the military man should never raise such questions. From the moment he enters the Chapter he is taught to deal with practicalities. What is the objective - capture or destroy? What troops do I have - Space Marines or native planet regulars? How are they equipped? What is known of the defenders? And so on. A military man avoids open questions, and resists himself to facts. This is a crucial difference; a question requires an answer, a set of facts has only a result. An answer raises further questions, but a result is indisputable.”