“We will wage war until the Emperor’s light shines upon every world in the galaxy. We will not rest until that day arrives. Any who oppose the the Emperor shall face annihilation.” – High Marshal Ioculus at the Battle of the Flaming Sky The Knights of Altair are […]
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The Clorvus Cluster is a “narrative campaign” set in Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 universe. This blog is the medium by which participants can follow—and, in some cases, shape–the course of events within the campaign. What is a narrative campaign? It is, in essence, an ongoing story inspired by […]
Balzagor is an Imperial Hive World, a satellite of the gas giant designated as Sculptor IV. The moon’s ancient manufactorum, whose origins date back to the Great Crusade, now covers half the moon and produces everything from household goods to small spacecraft. The manufactorum is known across the Sector […]
The fourth moon of Sculptor II is an arid world of coppery soil and immense deposits of promethium and rare earth minerals—and has served as an Imperial mining world since the Great Crusade. More recently, however, it has become an increasingly war-torn world with much of the southern […]
Sculptor is a heavily populated star system located in the Messier subsector of the Corvus Cluster. The system is notable for four gas giants (out of seven) that orbit within the narrow habitable zone of the single Class G star—and for the system’s contested status between the Imperium and […]
One of the foremost strategists of his day, High Marshal Ardias Ioculus began his honored rise through the ranks of his chapter on the first day he was sent into battle as a Scout Marine: He single-handedly ambushed a dozen Chaos Death Cult warriors on the war-torn world of […]
Inducted into the chapter in 687.M41, Valerus was assigned to the 10th company as a scout. Over the next two decades, he proved an exceptionally aggressive and impatient warrior, repeatedly disciplined for abandoning his reconnaissance duties and initiating confrontations with the enemy. What prevented a fatal censure and his […]