Category: Hegira Campaign

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Tallarn reinforcements arrive on Hegira

IMPERIAL BROADCAST: Imperial drop ships have been landing at the Palatine Space Port on Hegira in recent days, disembarking thousands of Tallarn infantry, walkers, tanks, and fighter aircraft. The new troops comprise the 3rd Battalion of the 002nd Regiment, which until recently was involved in the Imperial campaign […]

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Imperial army defeated in Hegira’s Sea of Dust

“An Imperial attack across the Sea of Dust was repulsed with heavy losses  today, Imperial authorities on Hegira report. Assailed by what guardsmen call ‘Speed Freaks,’ the 2nd Battalion of the 728th Regiment fought a highly mechanized greenskin force near the famed Illyrian Mesas . . .” — […]

Orks stopped again at Barad Mine – Part 1

Standing beside the towering Icarus Cannon, Captain Caius Velaz watched his command squad as it hurriedly connected power cables and adjusted the auspices that would allow his command squad to target the xeno aircraft reportedly inbound. “Do we really need the mutant?” whispered the gray-haired sergeant at the […]

Hegira PDF slaughtered at Barad Mine (Part 1)

IMPERIAL VOXCAST (3 362 737.M41)—A battalion Hegira PDF was savagely defeated yesterday in a confused battle on the outskirts of the Barad Mine, Imperial authorities have admitted. Initially reluctant to confirm the battle’s outcome, the Hegira High Command finally acknowledged the military disaster this morning after rumors of […]

Hegira PDF slaughtered at Barad Mine (Part 2)

“They’re bombing us with incendiary bombs! They’re slaughtering us!”—Final voxcast of the Third Battalion, 112th Regiment, Hegira PDF (3 362 737.M41) Continued … Meanwhile, guardsmen say, the ork warlord and several mobs of Boyz swept around the Imperial flank and quickly overran two squads of infantry and some […]

Orks repulsed at Barad Mine (Part 1)

IMPERIAL VOXCAST (3 078 736.M41)—“Authorities have announced a great victory today just south of the Barad Mine. A xeno attack was repulsed with heavy casualties, while the number of human troop losses were limited to only a few dozen.” The night air was chilly, and as a light […]