Rogue Trader Ep 17: Ascended Evil part 1 of 2

Its been  a year since the Barsher Ascension and the Rogue Trader Crew has worked to overcome the violent hole left in their lives. Thankfully, an old ally has brought some interesting and possibly life-threatening news.

Intro Music: Summon the Rawk by Kevin Macleod

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7 comments on “Rogue Trader Ep 17: Ascended Evil part 1 of 2

  1. Jake says:

    Ah time traveling into the future only to realise that everything has fallen into ruin and chaos. I wonder how the branch of the Inquisition devoted to investigating why this keeps happening ended up paradoxing themselves out of existence.

    Also I am the sad that Billy’s not actually playing a squig for the remainder of Rogue Trader.

  2. captainstabby says:

    The first rule of the Ordo Chronos is that we do not talk about the Ordo Chronos.

  3. Barsher Da Barsher says:

    If I could have played a squig, you know I would have!

  4. Mawdrigen says:

    Having once ended up 200 years in the future and seeing the mess we’d made of our mission my assassin character:

    Had the bit of his brain that feels fear cut out.
    Asked a space marine librarian try to psychically assault him.
    Joined a death cult.
    Learned to read.

    Time travel, not always bad…

    Really good session guys!

  5. Arvandus says:

    Oh my god, out of all the things you could have done. Learned to read! You Monster! 🙂

  6. Mawdrigen says:

    There was a very important reason why I did that.

    Knowing the difference between activate and DEactivate it turned out was going to be important.

    Bombs are for life, not just for Christmas.

  7. Jake says:

    In our Dark Heresy campaign my Adept started what would have been a total party kill if we hadn’t all burned Fate Points because the Guardsman had taken Literacy without telling me (both in and out of game). He read a book during an investigation.

    I shot him with a longlas because obviously he was replaced with a daemon (I legitimately thought this). The Scum character then shot me because he thought I had gone insane (a reasonable conclusion). The Arbitrator then shot the Scum because he thought there was a madness plague going around (eh). All three attacks Righteous Fury’d and dealt lethal damage.

    Reading is heresy.

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