I'm happy with the Lore as it is, and I'm not terribly attached to the past, or things which were changed.
I'm more interested in exploring lesser explored areas of the existing setting. I'd also love a follow-up series to the Siege of Terra about The Scouring.
I would like to see more written about the differences between the Imperium Nihilus, and Imperium Sanctus. I really liked the book "Spear of the Emperor" as it gave an account of how it was for imperial forces fighting on the far side of the Great Rift, which was really interesting.
Quote from: Wyddr on Yesterday at 10:48:44 AMTell me more.
I've only got one:
Magnus did nothing wrong.
This is a Meme based on the Horus Heresy series. Council of Nikea was a ruling by the Emperor (before the Heresy), which forbade the use of psykers in the legions. Magnus, wasn't a huge fan of this (as that was the Thousand Son's thing).
Magnus learned of Horus's betrayal early, and used psychic projections to warn the emperor. However, in doing so he broke open a gateway to the webway into the Imperial Palace, which was infested with demons.
The Emperor ordered a taskforce to bring Magnus back to Terra to stand account for his transgressions, but due to the manipulation of Horus and the Sons of Horus, things escalated quickly. Prospero was shattered by the wolves, the Thousand Sons crippled and Magnus was broken by Russ. Only through using psychic abilities to teleport to safety, did Magnus and any of his legion escape alive. Magnus had no choice but to then side with Horus and his side of the rebellion.
Quote from: Sir_Godspeed on Yesterday at 10:20:32 PM
I kinda prefer the older, unknown, horror-inspired Necrons.
Errr... You're going to have to tell me more again.
Before 5th edition, the Necrons had a lovecraftian sort of vibe to them. Unknowable horrors from the past, with no personality, lead into battle by the C'tan (immensely powerful god-like beings).
5th edition codex gave them named characters, personalities, dynasties, and changed the lore of the C'tan, in that they were not actually the gods leading them to battle, but imprisoned shards of such beings being lead to battle.