Dark Heresy Ep 8: Final Summons part 2 of 2

*Warning* These games are some of the first games we ever ran and as such, the audio quality isn’t great.*

Theodorus rescued, the acolytes must do whatever they can to prevent Ranan’s plan from coming into fruition. Of course, they have to figure out what he is planning first.

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9 comments on “Dark Heresy Ep 8: Final Summons part 2 of 2

  1. The Architect says:

    I’ve listened to everyone of your Dark Heresy, Black Crusade, Death Watch & Rogue Trader podcasts and have them all on my itouch. I have to say superbly ran, superbly played and always entertaining. Just curious is this just the last game of the current arc? (Scintilla, gun metal city etc) or is the end of this series of Dark Heresy podcasts? Just curious because Dark Heresy is slowly beginning to out pace Rogue Trader as my favourite series of your podcasts. Thanks for the entertainment.

  2. Arvandus says:

    First off, thanks for the complement. The Warhammer 40k universe has always been a favorite of mine and I always try to put my best into each session I GM.

    As for future Dark heresy, we have been distracted by the other games we have been trying, but I can definitely see a return to Dark Heresy at some point in the future. Rogue Trader is great for adventure. Deathwatch is great for awesome space marine battles, but sometimes, I would like to GM a Mystery/conspiracy and Dark heresy lets me do that. Plus, it is awesome to see how corrupt the characters will eventually become.

    There is no set date when I will return the players back into it, but its in the cards. I already have a few ideas I’m thinking over.

    Also, if you haven’t, please check out our other games as well, we are just as ridiculous in those.

  3. The Architect says:

    Will do, and I assure you Rogue Trader PCs can get that corrupted too having just finished a running a Rogue Trader campaign involving Daemon hyjinks myself, I have experience with how corrupted they can get. Thanks for answering my questions. 🙂

  4. Fabian says:

    Hrm, too bad about James leaving. Or maybe not. Have you guys considered playing via teleconferencing of some kind?

  5. Arvandus says:

    We considered it and we might do it for the odd game or two in the future, but its not something we think will work in the long term. Plus, James is busy actually being successful in life and our schedules don’t really sync, the jerk.

  6. Euphaleric says:

    I’ll admit I forgot who James was, but then I remembered he was the guy in the brothel on the Feudal(Feral?) World.

    He will be missed.

    Maybe don’t tell him that because his character was killed by a demon, his soul is now eternally damned and a plaything for the archenemy. At least that’s what “Demon Hunter” tells me.

    Oh well, maybe because it was a heroic death he’s at the right hand of the Emperor and all that yadda yadda.

    Love the new site, guys.

  7. Ian says:

    What stats did you give for the daemon weapon for Theodorus?

    Your games help with my own campaigns, thanks.

  8. Syren says:

    Hey there, Syren all the way from Japan listening in and enjoying every minute. You guys are quickly becoming my favorite bit of entertainment short of my own weekend games. So this looks like it is steadily going to regress into a Black Crusade game, perhaps they may survive another adventure with their sanity intact.

    Still won’t mind seeing Theodorus going Slaaneshi, Rat taking full control of her obviously Tzeenechian demon, and Rodriguez finally falling into insanity and pushing the bounds of tech.

    Could be some fun games, after all these characters just keep getting darker.

  9. Barsher Da Barsher says:

    Sadly, this game ended on this most epic adventure. No more Dark Heresy.

    However… Jesus’ Warhammer games all take place in the same universe. Maybe not the same time but they all effect the universe in some way. For those curious to some clues to what happened to our motley crew, I’d listen to our Deathwatch Games.

    Oh, as for the demon sword, I think we thought of a few things to give it. However, the game never continued and we just never really decided what it did. Honestly, I think it probably made Theodorus’s willpower epic and made his ability to read people really epic. Problem is, occasionally the sword would make him see things that weren’t actually there…

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