if the all mighty all powerfull rightcious leader of mankind Mr all powerfull comes back what do you think he well do. And what well the space marines IG do what do you think he well do to the other races..
please, proof-read your posts for spelling and grammar errors also, and i really really don't mean to sound rude here, but i think a proper warhammer 40k forum would be a better place to ask this question than a PC game forum
Maybe not a 40k forum, but how about we get the thread in the right sub-section, namely, the Table Top & Hobby Discussion?
I suppose the Imperium of Man and the Necron will find out that they work for the same boss.. And that would quite surely mean some problems. Bless the Golden Throne of Terra.. Placed on top of a metal pyramid flickering with arcane energies and created (probalby) during the Dark Age of Technology.
what what what the imperium and necrons serve the same deity. Thats extremely intruging and i must know more......:deal: link ???
Wait, so your saying the Imperium worship the Ctan? Wow, and I thoguht they sucked before.......
Uhm.. Let's start from the beguinning. Here's the Emperor: in his righteous will to unify and save Mankind he starts the Great Crusade to retake the Galaxy from filthy hands of the Xenos. Ok? After one millennium of proper cleansing and utter xenocide, the foul traitor Horus and his gang mess up the whole thing and the glorious advance of the Imperium comes to its end: Istvaan IV, the Siege of Terra, Death of Horus and "death" of the Emperor. Ok? Now. On the surface of the Moon stands an immense Pyramid made of gold. Nothing is knonw about its origins: the most think it's a relic from the dreaded Dark Age of Technology that preceeded the Age of Strife.. An age of terror in wich soulless technology nearly damned Humanity. Ok? This strange Pyramid, that flickers with arcane energies, predates the Age of the Imperium and falls under the authority of the mysterious Adeptus Mechanicus (an order of Tech-Priesthood that claims the superiority of the machine over flesh, that seeks immortality through the communion with metal, and whose symbol is a Skull part mechanic and part organic). Ok? The "dying" Emperor is now connected to the Golden Throne into the Pyramid. He now "lives" and cannot "die". Foundation of the Adeptus Astronomica: the Holy Beacon of Mankind shines in the dephts of the Warp. Ok? While the "undead" Lord of Humanity (may His Mighty Imperium be blessed) stands still upon his Golden Throne, drinking every day the souls of a thousand Psykers, nearly ten millennia pass in a state of constant warfare. Ok? A few millennia ago a new Xenoform is classified: some sort of mechanical horror that rises from the dephts of dead worlds, killing every form of life in their wake. They are named "Necron", and their blasphemous Gods (the ancient C'tan) rise again to feast on the souls of a newly populated Galaxy after countless eons of slumber. Ok? Now we know there are four remaining C'tan in the Galaxy: the Nightbringer (that rose from its tomb on Pavonis), the Deceiver (who seems to have never slumbered at all), the Void Dragon and the Outsider (still slumbering? Where are they?). Ok? The Mars Incident. A small fleet of Necron Vessels brakes through the Solar System (may I repeat it? The Solar System: Creddle of Mankind, Heart of the Imperium, The Most Fortified Place in the Galaxy) and land on a top-secret zone of Mars. Mars is the High Seat of the Adeptus Mechanicus. The Necron are easily vanquished, but have come to do "something" in the abyss of very ancient Mechanicus mine-complex, renown for the dark rumors and superstitions related to its name. The Moon, and its strange Pyramid, are obviously in sight from the red planet.. Beyond the corner, we could say. Ok? All that suggests some speculations to me. I have no links to share, for my meditation are rooted on some codex, some book, some manual and some search on wikipedia.. You are welcome to make your own inquiries: I'll be glad to share your thoughts.
Well If you read the Necron Codex, Abbadon is shown the inside of part of Mars, and he sees a giant sarcophagus. Indicating that one of those two C'tan (Void Dragon or Outsider) is actually on Mars. And to add further to In Hoc Signo's post, the Necron fleet acutally landed on Mars, which was then quarrantined.
I thought that the Necron ships Where shot down before reaching the surface, at least thats what i've read else where. Edit:
WikiNecron scout ships recently bypassed the fleets and defenses protecting the Solar System, reaching the very surface of Mars (homeworld of the [COLOR=Red]Adeptus Mechanicus[/COLOR]) itself before being destroyed. Some reason the landing is linked to the resting place of the fourth C'tan, the Void Dragon, entombed deep beneath the Martian surface. Understandably this casts doubt on the supposedly impregnable status of [COLOR=Red]Holy Terra[/COLOR], and the incident remains a heavily-guarded secret within the [COLOR=Red]Imperium[/COLOR].
Of the two C'tan still asleep its more likely thats its the dragon on Mars as the outsider is meant to be trapped with in a [COLOR=Red]Dyson Sphere[/COLOR] by Cegorach the laughing god of the Eldar.
Along with Abaddon being shown a tomb it is said that Primarch Ferrus Manus of the Iron Hands did combat with a dragon refurred to as the "Great Silver Wyrm" which had liquid metal skin (most likely Necrodermis), that Wyrm might of been the Void dragon himself or prehaps some sort of defender of its tomb.
In Hoc, that is an interesting story, however, I gotta say it, even when yo talk abot Necrons you manage to sound like a xeno hating inperium fanboy:p