Relic of Deep hulk 3The quiet rumbling of servitors engines and sounds of they working keeps Corxus's mind back on the ground as the chapter's sacred armour is slowly being encased around his body. His thoughts are rushing back and forth by the effect this sudden high given honour. He isn't even a veteran and now he has received an terminator honour and the right to wear the this armour. How have this come to be? What have he done to receive it instead of another veteran? The more he thoughts about it, that much more a feelings of disapproval and doubt mix in with his thoughts.Relic of Deep hulk 3 by Stanfar
"We are almost ready brother librarian. Only your psychic hood remains slightly disconnect still, yet I shall get that fixed now. Then you must hurry to boarding pods to sign up with your squad."
"Do you know how many are going upon this mission Noll?" Corxus asks up still tangled by his thoughts as a voice calls out to them from the door way with slight sound of knocking against the metal frame.
"There are two squads commanded upo
Relic of Deep hulk 2Only the sound of ringing within his ears breaks the silence inside the elevator. That ringing is disturbing his very thoughts as well as he wonders about the mission.Relic of Deep hulk 2 by Stanfar
Why was he chosen to be a part of this mission. He had not paid out much time to the needs of other chapters so it also wondered why hadn't this chapter came to reclaim their relic by themselves? Despite his mind telling that these things shouldn't matter as it would bring honour to his chapter for helping their other brothers, but what more he keeps on wondering that more unanswered questions come up to him.
His wondering breaks as the elevator comes to a stop and its doors slide to aside revealing a dark and gloomy corridor from behind them with only two brighter signs upon the wall showing the direction.
"Let us see, which way should I go.." he thinks out loud, looking for the way without noticing an approaching figure.
"Codixier Corxus I pressume." It calls out to him with it more mechanic voice getting him off guard
ConfessionsThe sound of Odessa's cane clicked on the ground in a steady, unhurried tempo. Behind her and to the right was Interrogator Valencia. On Odessa's left was Captain Wyrd, his arms rigid by his sides. The trio headed towards the audience chamber from the docking bay they had been permitted the use of.Confessions by Nasa15
The Light of Pyros hung in orbit like brooding battering ram. It's master, Magos Heimarr, was as brooding as his vessel was as he stood silently in the shadows of the chamber. He despised having an Inquisitor aboard his vessel, for the Light had many secrets. But her transmission had asked for one name from his forces. He wanted to know why.
The hallway leading to the audience chamber abruptly opened onto a catwalk that hung over a massive series of cogs. Across from the hall was the bulkhead separating the Inquisitor from the Magos. Two skitarii stood guard there, their shoulder mounted plasma guns tracking while their autoguns were held across their chests at attention. Gun servitors
Eight Cogs - Chapter 1Technology and mankind were always close. Inseparable. But, as many other things, technology has the other, darker side people try to ignore. An electric oven helps us to cook, and a lasgun helps us to kill. No one cares, because advantages and convenience are always more valuable than moral values and other insignificant things that can be easily pushed aside. For a profit, for some petty revenge and for hundreds of other 'important reasons' people use to indulge their selfish deeds.Eight Cogs - Chapter 1 by Kain-Moerder
Enginseer Emma Ferrum smirked and tried to catch her reflection on the surface of a dirty glass filled with local alcohol.
'Omnissiah, what am I thinking? Is it this stage of intoxication when you start to think about weird philosophical things? I guess it is.'
Young woman tilted her glass a bit and saw a reflection of a pale face, partially hidden under the big red hood. Freckled nose and well-shaped lips were all that was visible. The hood casted a deep shadow over her eyes, but they were still visible