are you talking about the marines during the heresey, like saul tarvitz of the emporers children? If thats the case then hopefully the new horus heresey book will reveal this, as the mighty moogle has said. Current standings is that they either fought in other legions until they were killed or they were treated as the rest of their treacherous brethren and killed.
i think they wouldnt of survived in the ships as their brothers turned traitor. and the few that did wouldnt get a chance against theemperors legion who would see the traitor legion ships and shoot them even if thjey weerent all traitorous
But wut if a few of them did manage to survive, they barely got away. But not enough to fight back against chaos or the emperor and instead lived on the outskirts of the galxy because they dare not reveal their presence or they would be slughtered so instead small band sof these marines conquered a few planets on the outskirts and building in power until one day when they can strike back against the people that tried to kill them. Would that work?
Well in the old fluff 70 Loyalist World eaters stay with captain varren and 10 Emperors childen with tarvits stay and some guy from the death guard stay with lots of men but are all killed during the heresy. I would really like to know what happens to loken cause torgraddon turns traitor and is killed by a imperial fist at the seige of the Emperos palace.
see people like the people with tarvits and captain varren but instead they survive and manage to make it to the out reaches of the galaxy.
if you read hours rising for example the Lunar wolves are very loyal to Hours and seeing the Emperor was no longer there they started to only follow Hours. and the other chapters were like this.
So i would only be able to make a new chapter out of this and not a new army?
Seignope those are people that work for the high lords of Terra. (They r actually not rogue at all).
Don't make me laugh, you actually got sketches of rogue Space Marines selling their skills to petty tyrans and drinking in cantina-like establissments, three day beards and all... :)
Space Marines aren't rogue traders only reitred guards and the like are.
SeigSpace Marines aren't rogue traders only reitred guards and the like are.
Well, how do you explain the sentence issued from page 166 of 1st ed. 40K? "Rogue traders have a reputation as outcasts, many are people whom the priesthood deems better kept at a safe distance; vociferous Space Marine leaders, influential navigators, liberall-minded inquisitors and rebellious imperial commanders." :rolleyes: