Zack: We made it to the end, Steve! You can open your eyes!
Steve: What does this have to do with Warhammer?
Zack: That's the beautiful thing about Rogue Trader, Steve. The rules allowed you to create pretty much anything you imagined. This is every bit as valid to include in the book as all the one-eyed Renn Faire rejects and their pet lizards.
Steve: I'm glad they got rid of all this stuff. I prefer the completely skull-based horror of current Warhammer.
Zack: They streamlined it down to what was important. Melty mutants and hairless ape men and graviton guns were just weighing things down. All you really need are skulls.
Steve: And churches.
Zack: And axes.Steve: And spikes everywhere.
Zack: And morbid, melodramatic names like Bloodhammer Skullkrieg.Steve: Holy crap! Warhammer 40,000 is now a black metal band.
Zack: They prefer to call it "The Hobby."
The singer dove off the stage and crowd surfed in a sort of reverse funeral procession where the person being carried is the only one truly alive. Touching him I felt religious ecstasy and started speaking in tongues and requesting songs that didn't exist.
There's no easy way to put this, so I'll tell it like it is. Bouillon is died. He went missing before the weekend and yesterday I found his skeletonized remains at the bottom of the #3 soup vat during one of my swims. I thought the cream of mushroom soup had an especially nourishing taste, and a lot more clumps of fur and skin than usual.
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