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Iocanthos, Late 795.M41
Illuminations
Inquisitor Tyburn Graves, Head of Induction

The newly inducted Acolytes save the settlement of Stern Hope from the daemon Tsyiak, The Crow Father, who manifests in the body of Throne Agent Aristarchus. Aristarchus is slain in the process.

The cathedral at Stern Hope is repaired, and, in 797.M41, is reconsecrated under the watchful eyes of two-dozen Adepta Sororitas.

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Post  Admin on Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:10 pm

Scintilla, Early 796.M41
Rejoice, for you are True!
Inquisitor Globus Vaarak, Ordo Hereticus

At the behest of House Strophes, the Acolytes investigate a religious sect called the Joyous Choir. They eliminate a heretical cult at the heart of the Joyous Choir movement, and shut off a narcotics operation around the psychic drug Farcosia.

After extensive Arbites investigations, the remaining members of the Joyous Choir are pronounced untainted, but the organization never regains its former influence.

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Scintilla Near Orbit, Early 796.M41
Shades on Twilight
Inquisitor Globus Vaarak, seconded to Captain Sephyr, Imperial Navy

Two Acolytes are quickly retrieved from Hive Sibellus and sent with Brother-Sergeant Agamorr of the Deathwatch to board the space hulk Twilight, on a impact course for Scintilla. The signal of Daemonhunter Adjorin, missing for over six-hundred years, has been detected from the hulk.

When the Twilight neared the atmosphere of Scintilla, elements of Battlefleet Calixis bombarded it until it disintegrates, burning up in the atmosphere without serious effect. Boarding team recorded as slain.

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Tranch, Mid 797.M41
The Pale Throng
Inquisitor Globus Vaarak

The Acolytes are part of a group of nearly 3,000 Inquisitorial Agents sent to Tranch at the outbreak of the mutant rebellions, led by the famed Daemonhunter Ahmazzi. The two Acolytes presumed slain aboard the Twilight reappear. Inquiries into the nature of their survival are temporarily quelled by their return of Adjorin's famous power sword. The Acolytes are assigned some of the most dangerous tasks of Operation Bellerophon, the assassination of the Shroud Council, the mutants' leaders.

Operation Bellerophon is a guarded success, as the majority of the Shroud Council are slain and Tranch returned to Imperial control. A grueling Civil War continues in the lower levels, with the Imperium unwilling or unable to commit sufficient forces to purge the Soot Warrens once and for all.

Adeptus Astartes of the Red Haunters are made responsible for the capture, purification, and reconditioning of all Bellerophon operatives. No Acolyte is left unaccounted for.

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Bastion Serpentis, Late 801.M41
Twist of Fates
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, Ordo Hereticus

The Acolytes are awoken from a lengthy mind cleansing process, and are instructed to escort Baron Ulbrexis to his homeworld, Sepheris Secundus. Ulbrexis, a radical heretic and mutant-lover announced executed a decade ago, has been held by the Inquisition as an insurance policy against further mutant uprisings or the failure of the royal bloodline of Sepheris Secundus. The Acolytes must crush the mutant terrorists in the mines of Sepheris Secundus, old associates of Ulbrexis.

The Acolytes fail to convince Ulbrexis that in return for his aid, the Inquisition will grant him the planetary governorship, but force him to cooperate when they reveal that the alternative is the orbital bombardment of the mines in his home fief.

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Sepheris Secundus, Late 801.M41
Baron Hopes
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes eliminate the mutant terrorists on Sepheris Secundus, but not before their leader, Morrir, enacts a ritual that animates the dead with daemonic energy, causing a warp zombie uprising. Morrir is finally slain with Ulbrexis's help, cutting the conduit of warp energy.

The two survivors of the local Arbites station, one of whom is discovered to be a nascent psyker, are inducted into the Inquisition. Ulbrexis is executed, and the local mines are cleansed by orbital bombardment.

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Post  Admin on Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:53 pm

Fenksworld, Mid 802.M41
Shiny Stones and Forbidden Tomes
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes are sent to Fenksworld to investigate the Library of Knowing, a library not controlled by the Adeptus Administratum or sanctioned by the Inquisition. Also, the planetary tithes have been significantly lower over the past five years, and the planetary governor is suspected of smuggling minerals and rare gems withheld from the tithe.

On arrival, they find out that the local mines have been suffering under mysterious raids. No bodies are found, and there is little damage to the equipment, but the crew and the minerals have disappeared.

They infiltrate the Library of Knowing, and manage to acquire several proscribed texts fro its restricted section. They also intimidate the governor into allowing him access to economic records, although this turns up no useful data.

At a feast held by the Governor, the Acolytes attempt to further infiltrate the palace, but their efforts are interrupted by the attack of a Dark Eldar Kabal, who abduct the Governor and dozens of nobles.

With the assistance of PDF Troops and Arbites, half of the Acolytes hunt down the Dark Eldar and kill or free all of the hostages. The other half, along with a team of mercenaries led by a bounty hunter named Vre'bak, retake the palace, although the Governor is slain by the Acolytes in an exchange of fire when the Dark Eldar Archon uses him as a shield.

During the attack, the Acolytes discover that the Dark Eldar's prime target are the Eldar Spiritstones unknowingly used for decoration in the palace, and recover one hundred of them. The assistant governor takes control.

Some of the Acolytes attempt to sell stolen Dark Eldar equipment on the Black Market, but they shoot the Black Mareteer when he refuses to give them high enough prices, and in the resulting commotion are seized by the local enforcers. Two are retrieved from prison several days later, but the third is forgotten and abandoned.

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Zilliman's Domain, Late 802.M41
Lightningcaller
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes travel to Zilliman's Domain, a feral world blockaded by the Adeptus Mechanicus, and obtain passage to the surface as pilgrims. They discover that the planet is being kept in technological infancy.

The team's Psyker imitates a local deity to gain favour amongst an indigenous faction, leading to the discover of an ancient Astartes fortress on the planet. Upon investigation, they discover it is the hiding place of Morganirg, a Techmarine of the treacherous Iron Warriors Legion of Astartes. They confront him and slay him, then use his concealed vox arrays to call for pick-up from their Cobra-class Destroyer, the Dauntless.

The Dauntless maneuvers to recover them, but is forced to trade shots with a Mechanicus warship while recovering their shuttle, and several Inquisitorial Stormtroopers and Navy crewmembers are slain.

This incident has been one of many that has led to increased tensions between the Imperial Navy and Inquisition and the Adeptus Mechanicus, and in 850.M41 the Mechanicus announced a total interdiction of a large swath of worlds in the Adrantis Nebula and Josian Reach. In the interest of continued cooperation in other areas, both the Inquisition and the Navy have been reluctant to press the issue.

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Post  Admin on Sun Sep 25, 2011 12:48 pm

Snowden's World, Early 803.M41
The Frying Pan and the Freezer
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, seconded to Inquisitor Van Vuygens, Ordo Xenos

The Dauntless is summoned by Navy astropaths to join a liberation fleet traveling to the Gelmira System, with which all contact has been lost. As the fleet gathers over Snowden's World, Inquisitor Van Vuygens becomes suspicious of the silence of the Adeptus Mechanicus Biologis base on the planet below. He dispatches the Acolytes, as well as a team of Acolytes belonging to Inquisitor Soldevan, to investigate.

The shuttles are separated in a blizzard, and the Acolytes spend several days grounded in the arctic wilderness. When the weather clears, they fly to the base, finding it deserted, although all systems are functional. The other team is still missing. The base is well-stocked, and has additional shuttles and aeronautica.

As they explore the surrounding terrain and outposts, the Acolytes discover that the Biologis team were massacred by Wampas, an indigenous life-form. The wampas first entered one of the outposts through a network of tunnels in the glacial ice. These tunnels also contain numerous crystal formations, and the Acolytes take several samples.

While returning to the primary base, they locate the crashed shuttle of Soldevan's team. Wampas have attacked them and killed half the team, but they bring the survivors back and give them medical care. Upon their return to the base, they discover that Wampas have also tunneled into the lower leves, and abducted one of their Stormtrooper escort. They cleanse the tunnels of Wampas, rescuing the Stormtrooper and one of Soldevan's team in the process, but inadvertently slaying another in the battle.

A crude attempt to seal the tunnel system with high explosives is successful, but also destroys the majority of the base's food supplies. The Acolytes begin repairs on the Mechanicus shuttles, as their Arvus Lighter does not have the capacity to transport both teams.

They are contacted by the Dauntless, which informs them that the fleet's Navigators have detected a growing Warp Storm which may reach Snowden's World. The destroyer can only remain for four hours, before the Warp Storm reaches the area. The Acolytes hurriedly jury-rig a second shuttle and launch. The intact shuttle reaches the Dauntless with most of the Acolytes and Stormtroopers, but the damaged one is swallowed by the Warp Storm, along with an Imperial Navy Pilot, a Tech-Priest Acolyte, two Stormtroopers, and three of Soldevan's Acolytes.

Once the Warp Storm recedes, Snowden's World is revisited by the Acolytes, but no life is found on the planet. The Biologis base has been destroyed by glacial shift, and there is evidence that at least one ship crashed into the planet during the storm, although very little debris remains.

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Post  Admin on Sun Sep 25, 2011 1:04 pm

Pyronum Nebula, Early 803.M41
Clown Bus
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, seconded to Inquisitor Van Vuygens

The occupants of the second shuttle have been sucked into the Warp. They seal the cockpit hatch and live off of emergency rations while treating the injuries of several of Soldevan's Acolytes. After three days they hear tapping on the far side of the hatch, and realize they have sealed the pilot on the far side.

They open the hatch to allow him in, and a flaming blue daemon attacks them, killing Soldevan's chief acolyte and sending the Stormtroopers into a panic. They manage to destroy the daemon, but also melt the cockpit's controls, leaving them helpless. The Mechanicus Acolyte attempts to access the direct power runs to regain manual control of the shuttle, and is marginally successful.

After a week, the shuttle drops out of the Warp, and the Acolytes find themselves in a debris field on the outskirts of the Pyronum Nebula. They eventually locate an intact Thunderhawk Transporter and dock with it, transferring over to the Astartes craft to reduce stress on their environemntal systems. They discover four slain marines in a Rhino attached to the Thunderhawk, and manage to reactivate a few of the ship's systems.

After two more weeks, several vessels begin maneuvering through the debris field. One comes close enough that the Acolytes can visually determine it's chaotic origin, but others are identified as members of the Astartes contigent of the fleet. They seal off the access hatch to the Rhino, in case those Marines are also traitors.

Shortly thereafter, massive Warp translations herald the arrival of the Imperial fleet, and the traitor Astartes ships move to join them, while the Choas vessels remain hidden. Realizing this treachery, the Acolytes attempt to contact the Imperial flagship, but are intercepted and jammed by the traitor Astartes. Meanwhile, a Chaos frigate traces their transmission and begins pursuit.

Unable to activate the Thunderhawk's controls, the Acolytes aboard resign themselves to their fate, but the craft's Machine-Spirit engages and evades the Archenemy fire.

Four days later, the Dauntless recovers the Thunderhawk and the Acolytes, and then jettisons the Astartes vessel to avoid taint, as the Thunderhawk is identified to belong to the same chapter as the traitor vessels.

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Pyronum Nebula, Early 803.M41
With Friends like These...
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, seconded to Inquisitor Van Vuygens

The Imperial liberation fleet is resuming travel to Gelmira after the Warp storm. As they cross the Pyronum Nebula, they rendezvous with elements of the Iron Champions fleet. Shortly thereafter, the Iron Champions vessels open fire on the fleet transports, heralding an ambush by Archenemy vessels. The Iron Champions vessels are eventually destroyed, and the other Chaos forces driven off with the aid of the Adeptus Mechanicus.

With the threat to the Gelmira system confirmed to be of a Chaotic nature, Van Vuygens returns to Gunpoint to counter an Ork Waaaagh!, leaving Inquisitor Soldevan of the Ordo Hereticus as the senior Inquisitorial representative. He declares the Iron Champions Traitoris Extremis.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 5:49 pm

Gelmira III, Early 803.M41
Three Sisters, Part One
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, seconded to Inquisitor Soldevan, Ordo Hereticus

The fleet arrives in the Gelmira system and begins the liberation of Gelmira II, an agri-world. With the arrival of the Adeptus Mechanicus and their Titans, the Imperial forces are poised to crush Archenemy resistance. However, Gelmira III's orbit has brought it close to Gelmira II, and this rocky planet's anti-ship missile silos pose a serious threat to the Titan-carriers of the Mechanicus.

The Acolytes are instructed to infiltrate the planet and locate the Deathwatch Kill-Team that was sent there two weeks ago. They are to inform the Kill-Team of the situation and assist them in disabling any missile silos under the control of the Archenemy.

The insertion occurs without incident, but as the Acolytes travel across the airless surface, they skirmish with Archenemy infantry at long range. They eventually locate the perimeter defenses of one of the silo complexes, and discover evidence of a fight between the Deathwatch and heretic PDF troopers. The facility is booby-trapped, and they barely escape its demolition.

The team proceeds to the nearest silo, but only two members of the team can get inside, and contact is lost with both of them. The rest of them Acolytes take refuge in a mountain range overlloking the silos, and stumble across the survivors of the Kill-Team.

Victor Ivanov of the Iron Champions, Harold Sunfist of the Star Dragons, Slevon Fionis of the Legion of Night, and Merritt of the Red Haunters join forces with the Acolytes and take the remaining silos by storm. They recover the bodies of both of their fallen brothers, as well as the bodies of one of the missing Acolytes and the Black Legion traitor marine who slew him. All of the Astartes, loyal and traitor, are missing their Progenoid Glands.

The missiles are programmed to fire at other silos on the planet, and then the Acolytes seize the communications facility and landing bay. An unknown Tech-Priest escapes them, later identified as the Magos Phyrenzarus, a Bio-Heretek who experiments with Astartes gene-seed.

In the main control room, they are confronted by two unknown Astartes in mirror-sheen armor. Combat is avoided and the unknown Marines help the Deathwatch team and Acolytes in securing the facility.

While awaiting retrieval, the Acolytes use an Archenemy Dreadclaw Brop Pod near the facility as target practice. They inadvertently activate a stasis bomb, which freezes all of them within its effect radius.

The Acolytes and Deathwatch are recovered by Soldevan's Acolytes, and thawed from stasis. The remaining silos destroy each other as the Acolytes had planned, and the Titan landings proceed on schedule. Inquisitor Soldevan takes a squadron of Imperial Frigates to hunt Magos Phyrenzarus in the outer asteroid belts, leaving Thattius Lightningcaller to oversee the liberation.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:03 pm

Gelmira II, Middle 803.M41
Three sisters, Part Two
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes oversee the swift destruction of organized resistance on Gelmira II. Task Force Eternity, consisting of the Sheol Penal Brigades and the Mechanicus Titans, is tasked with the capture of Gelmira II's primary starport. Task Force Auditor, consisting of Imperial Guard regiments from Vastadt, Cantus, and ND0/K4, as well as Adepta Sororitas and Frateris Militia, is tasked with the subjugation of the outlying cities and he trecovery of the world's food-stocks.

The Vastadt Motorised Rifle Regiments take ground quickly, but many of the storehouse are set alight or poisoned before they can be taken intact. The outlying cities surrender once they have been cut-off from food-stores, and their are low casualties amongst the civilian population.

In the east, the Titans crush all resistance in a matter of days, and take the spaceport intact, although the neighboring districts and agricultural sectors are totally demolished. Casualties are heavy amongst the Penal Brigades, as they are ordered to advance in the same sectors as the Titans, and many fall victim to errant steps by the God-Machines. Lord Commissar Iosef himself, the Penal Corps Commander, is crushed by the Warhound Swiftstride, and relations between the Legio and the Commissiariat remain frigid.

Major combat ends within a week, although squad-level skirmishes continue for two months. Imperial reprisals remain light at the bequest of Operative Minx, the Inquisitorial Liaison for the liberation force. The Adeptus Mechanicus withdraw their forces from the liberation effort.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 6:30 pm

Gelmira I, Late 803.M41
Three Sisters, Part Three
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Imperial fleet deploys to Gelmira I at the instruction of Operative Minx, who had calculated a gap in the patrolling of the Chaos fleet based on long-range scans. With their position compromised, the Chaos fleet withdraws, and Imperial forces land on Gelmira I uncontested.

The quiet is quickly broken by a vehement response from Archenemy ground troops, particularly in the southern Hives. The approches to Hive Arak are littered with the bodies of Canopian Kill-Brigadiers and the burned-out hulks of Vastadt battle tanks. Despite heavy commitment of Imperial aeronautica forces, the situation continues to deterioriate, with scattered reports of daemonic assaults and widespread chaos.

On the fifth day of the invasion, by order of Throne Agent Thattius Lightningcaller, Hive Arak is obliterated by orbital bombardment. It's population before the Archenemy invasion had been estimated at 200 million. Several regiments are unable to get clear of the Hive before the bombardment begins.

In the north, the landings also result in immediate combat, as the Hilarion 7th Scout Regiment is dropped to secure crucial bridgeheads, and the unassuming farmsteads in the area housed Chaos cults in regimental strength. Quickly supported with Sororitas forces and Vastadt Guardsmen, the bridgehead is held even against a counter-attack of elite Renegade Guardsmen and Iron Warriors Traitor Marines.

During the battle, the Acolytes infiltrate Uguk Hive and determine it to be the center of Archenemy resistance. Although they are unable to destroy and command and control centers or assassinate high-ranking leaders, they steal a significant amount of data from the hive's main cogitator-net.

As the Archenemy forces withdraw, 15,000 conscripts of the Sheol Penal Brigades were airdropped directly into the Chaos formations in the Great Northern Desert. Despite casualties approaching 60% killed or missing, this operation is successful in breaking the back of organized Archenemy resistance.

The broken remnants of these brigades are then marched directly into Uguk Hive, with the Vastadt 1st Rifle Division behind them. Later investigation by Inquisitor Soldevan's Acolytes revealed that when this overwhelming force assaulted the hive, the Archenemy simple sealed down as many entrances as possible and deactivated the environemntal control. Over four-thousand Imperial troops simply ran out of air before they could escape, and the death toll among the civilian population was near-total. General Ladistok of the 1st Vastadt Rifle Division died with his men.

The Eastern front was anticlimactic. Two regiments of renegade PDFers were encricled by Vastadt Guardsmen, and surrendered after a three-day siege. They are being screeened for taint by representatives of the Inquisition.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:19 pm

Gelmira I Orbital Space, Late 803.M41
Three Sisters, Part Four
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes report to Inquisitor Soldevan, who has not been successful in his hunt for Magos Phyrenzarus. He presents them with psychically warded collar devices as protection against heretical witches, and compiles their reports with those of his own Acolytes. During their report, both they and the Inquisitor realize that one of the Deathwatch Marines, Victor Ivanov, is a member of the Iron Champions, the Chapter which turned traitor in the Pyronum Nebula. Soldevan dispatches Inquisitorial Stormtroopers to bring him in for questioning.

A short time later, while the Acolytes are still in Soldevan's quarters, The Deathwatch Marines break in and attack Soldevan. The Acolytes are initially neutral as Soldevan's Acolytes rush the Marines, but join the fight against Soldevan after Merritt of the Red Haunters, whom they had wished to question about their pre-mind-cleansing past, is slain by one of Soldevan's Acolytes.

In the end, Soldevan disappears in a cloud of smoke after being grievously wounded by Ivanov, and at least two of Soldevan's Acolytes are also killed. Post-mortem inspections reveal heretical tattoos and brands on the body of one of the slain Acolytes, but any further evidence is destroyed by a fire started during the battle.

The even is hushed-up by the Acolytes, and explained-away as a prisoner escape to the Imperial Navy.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:30 pm

Fenksworld Orbital Space, Early 804.M41
Full Moon
Inquisitor Astrid Skane, seconded to Inquisitor Van Vuygens

The Acolytes take the damaged Dauntless back to Fenksworld to rendezvous with Inquisitor Soldevan. They perform a cursory inspection of Snowden's World on the way, but find that the Mechanicus base was crushed by glacial shifts.

Arriving at Fenksworld, they approach the Navy spacedocks, and are contacted by visual signals. It becomes apparent that the dock's vox-array is non-functional, so they dock on visual cues alone. Upon crossing over to the station, they learn that it has been infested by Orks, who have looted parts of most of the major systems.

Van Vuygens directs them and the dock workers in a counter-attack, and the Acolytes are forced to deal with a devious array of improvised weapons created by the Orks and Gretchin. At the height of the battle, the Greenskins capture and disassemble the station's main reactor for use as not one, but three "Nukka!", or primitive thermonuclear explosives.

The Acolytes launch a desperate attempt to capture and repair the reactor sections, and to slay the Ork Mekk responsible for the attacks. To their surprise, they discover that a Gretchin has actually been directing the Greenskins' movements, but they kill him before he can deploy his "Nukka!" against the planet below.

A wave of newly-hatched Orks prevents them from reinstalling the reactors, and they are forced to abandon the space station. They escape in savior pods, and are picked up by the Dauntless. The reactors go into an uncontrolled reaction, probably due to the tinkering of an overzealous Ork, and the station is destroyed before it enters the atmosphere.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:46 pm

804.M41-855.M41
Path of Redemption
Inquisitor Astrid Skane

The Acolytes travel with Victor Ivanov back to the Pyronum Nebula and search the hulk of the Iron Champion's flagship, the Adamantine Gauntlet. There they find evidence that the Iron Champions were boarded and wiped out by Chaos Marines before the Battle of the Pyronum Nebula, and that these Traitors then masqueraded as the Iron Champions to facilitate the ambush there.

The search culminated with the recovery of almost 800 vials of untainted Iron Champions gene-seed, and the rediscovery of an abandoned Thunderhawk Transporter containing four Iron Champions in suspended animation.

This evidence is enough to convince Astrid Skane of the Iron Champion's innocence, and the Acolytes then journey to Terra with Victor aboard the Grand Cruiser Pounding Surf to attend the 813th Feast of Blades, the centennial gathering of Imperial Fists Successor Chapters that culminates in a swordsmanship tournament.

On their journey they are caught up in a Holy war against the traitorous Alpha Legion, and deliver the finishing blow by assassinating the Archenemy commander in his mountaintop stronghold, before escaping in a stolen Land Speeder.

Victor Ivanov defeats all the other contestants to claim victory in the 813th Feast of Blades, and so the attending Chapters each pledge some measure of support to the Refounding of the Iron Champions.

As they re-enter the Calixis Sector, they come across a Rogue Trader vessel in distress. Crossing over in their shuttle, they are ambushed by Slaaneshi Noise Marines in the bay of the captured Rogue Trader vessel.

Voiding the bay to space to escape the Traitor's sonic attacks, Thattius Lightningcaller uses his psychic powers to pull them back to their cruiser, and they proceed to destroy the disguised Archenemy vessel without suffering any damage.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:50 pm

Scintilla, Middle 852.M41
The Rosette
Inquisitor Victus Atlas

Throne Agent Victus Atlas is ordained an Inquisitor of the Imperium, sponsored by Inquisitors Astrid Skane, Van Vuygens, and Globus Vaarak. He quickly organizes his Cadre in a search for an ancient Imperial Fists relic rumored to be in the Calixis Sector. He also requests that the Imperial Navy detach the Cobra-class Destroyer Dauntless to his personal command.

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Post  Brooks on Sun Sep 25, 2011 7:55 pm

Grangold, Middle 852.M41
Iron Caverns
Inquisitor Victus Atlas

The Cadre travels to Grangold and initiates a thorough search of its storm-wracked surface. They discover an abandoned settlement on a lesser island-chain, and a Chapter-Bastion of the Imperial Fists built into a volcanic atoll. Entering the Bastion, they discover two venerable Dreadnoughts of the Imperial Fists, stationed to guard this fortress for the past 7,000 years.

When the Dauntless arrives, they turn the fortress over to the Iron Champions and the Marines loaned from other Chapters to help Refound them. They then spend a further three months fighting the machine-spirits of a massively reinforced hatch in the abandoned settlement. Once they defeat the guardian-spirits of the electronics, the gate opens to reveal an elaborate underground complex, which they quickly appropriate for their own use.

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