Category: Fiction

A grizzled Wolf keeps watch on the Tau

Lying quietly in the tall grass, unmoving, the Space Wolf examined the xeno buildings carefully through a pair of monoculars. Bright white, with clean and uninterrupted lines that rose gracefully into the sky, the structures had an elegance of form that contrasted sharply with the bulky, grandiose architecture of the Imperium. Perhaps […]

Rumlar has a talk with Shmitty the Mek

Rumlar was on the bridge of his new Kroozer, inspecting repairs and generally making a nuisance of himself. Imperial ships had been lurking on the outskirts of the system, but none had yet tried to attack. “Typical humie behavior,” Rumlar thought to hi’self. “An ork wouldn’t be slinking […]

Fiction: Discretion is the better part of valor

As Commissar-Major Rael Dracos pulled himself to his feet, he knew the battle was lost. The last thing he remembered before losing consciousness was a huge ork smashing its battle axe into his chest. Despite his carapace armor, the blow knocked  the breath from his lungs and sent a lance of pain through […]

More Dakka on Order!

Rumlar strode across the bridge of his new ship. Ol’ Stompafist’s bad luck brought good fortune for Rumlar. See the data entry. Too bad he didn’t survive, but his kroozer was mostly intact and the mekboys would have her running soon. On top of that the imperial cruiser Blessed Ignorance was knocked […]

The Fall of Count Feracci (Part 2)

“Ah, yes, well, that’s a long story,” Forbin said. “The lady is of a most unique bloodline … from outside the segmentum. But her past is irrelevant now. She needs a home suitable to her station, and I thought perhaps that the two of you might find common […]

The Fall of Count Feracci (Part 1)

“Please wait here, my lord.” The servant who held open the door was attired in the most ostentatious finery that Imperial credits could buy—but Count Johaan Feracci was not fooled. The rich material of the man’s tunic stretched tight across thick and powerful muscles, and the man peered […]

Company’s Coming

Oguban looked up at the flashes high in the sky. “If I didn’t know better, I’d say dat was a battle goin’ on up der,” he said to no one in particular. “Sah!, beggin yer pardon Sir!” Oguban peered at the yoof snappin to atenshun in front of […]