Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Entombed: Prologue

So this post took a total of two weeks to get done, but I think the effort shows. It's 1500 words, which is more than I've written in one chunk for months. It's a prologue to the Entombed storyline, so now when you start reading the story you don't just get dropped straight into blackness.

Don't worry, there will still be a post for this week. It won't be a great one, because I dumped all my effort into this prologue, but it will be a thing.

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Entombed: Planning for the Future

So I've come to something of a standstill on the Entombed storyline, and I think the reason is I'm not entirely sure where I want to go next. So, in order to give myself a bit of much-needed direction (and in order to give you, my teeny tiny cabal of followersm a bit of a sneak peak regarding what's coming) I've decided to try to do some kind of outline of what I'll be doing from now until the end of the book. I'm going to break it down by storyline in the hopes that I can figure out what all the characters need to do, then decide where each chapter is going to go in a bigger timeline.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

How To: White Scars Hunting Party

Even among the Adeptus Astartes, the White Scars are legendary for their tenacity and determination when hunting down foes of the Imperium. When a particular enemy catches the eye of the White Scars, their Chapter Master will organize a great hunt, tasking a force of Marines who will not rest, nor return to their home world, until that foe is slain. These great hunts are lead by the Master of the Hunt - currently Kor'Sarro Khan. The needs of a hunting party are somewhat different than those of a more traditional strike force. The strike force must move fast and travel light, but still be prepared to face heavy enemy resistance. So, for this week's installment of Ferrus Fair, I will illustrate a fluffy White Scars hunt list.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

It's only heretekal if you get caught.

Sorry it took so long to get this thing posted. I was trying to re-write what I had already written and I found myself just taking this segment in a whole new direction. I'd like to think it's better this way, and also leaves me room to write more segments about Haphastes experimenting on the creature.  Since Haphastes's model is a Techmarine with his left arm replaced by a Necron arm holding a staff, I think we know about where this is going to end.