Essentially Jurassic Park in 40k, it tells the story of an Imperial outpost on Beta Anphelion IV who captures some live Tyranids for analysis in the hope of finding a weakness they can exploit, keeping them in large cages with electrified fences. I edited the scenario a little to account for the new edition, and added in a couple of stratagems to go with it you can see the complete scenario rules I wrote here. Engines screaming through the early morning silence, two matt-grey Thunderhawk gunships swept in low over the Anphelion base. Below them the area was silent, cargo haulers and transports left unattended. Cutting the thrusters, the aircraft pulled in low over a clearing.
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M41 during the events of the Anphelion Project. Solomon Lok , veteran of the Hrud infestation on Chincare , was the Ordo Xenos Inquisitor Lord charged by his brethren with investigating the sudden loss of contact with an Imperial Adeptus Mechanicus biological research facility on Beta Anphelion IV in The Imperial task force soon learned the horrible truth; the Adeptus Mechanicus Tech-priests on Beta Anphelion IV had been conducting biological research upon captured sub-species of Tyranids.
Their containment of the savage xenos had ultimately failed and the Tyranids had escaped into the wild, rapidly increased their numbers and then wiped out the small population of the Imperial research station on the world.
Solomon Lok's task force now faced a similar overwhelming population of Tyranids. After a fierce battle on Beta Anphelion IV, the Red Scorpions were ordered to withdraw from the hopeless situation, but they were to evacuate only themselves, and none of the other Imperial personnel, who could fit aboard the Red Scorpions transports.
The transport requisitioned for the mission refused all of Lok's requests, stranding Lok and the small force of survivors on the moon as the Tyranids closed in. In a last stand, Lok succeeded in slaying a Hierophant Bio-Titan , only to see two more stride out of the ammonia fog of Beta Anphelion.
Lok was able to transmit a record of his last days from Beta Anphelion IV to his fellow Inquisitors in the Ordo Xenos, and his final fate is unknown, though he is presumed dead. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.
M41 during the events of the Anphelion Project Solomon Lok , veteran of the Hrud infestation on Chincare , was the Ordo Xenos Inquisitor Lord charged by his brethren with investigating the sudden loss of contact with an Imperial Adeptus Mechanicus biological research facility on Beta Anphelion IV in Categories :.
The Anphelion Project – Mission 1: Search And Destroy
Imperial Armour is a series of books written by Forge World the company to promote their Warhammer 40, models. They include full-color drawings, technical data, rules in some cases full army lists, recently given an official stamp of approval , and, in most cases, a narrative focusing on a campaign which features the models included. However, each book features a non-imperial army foremost read: on the cover , and releases specialized units, army lists, and Apocalypse love for the specific non-imperial faction being featured. Tau got most of their Apocalypse units from their release, and the Ork list has a whole bloody tactica. More often than not, the xenos even win! Oh who are we kidding - Imperial forces get fucked up in every book - they either outright lose or their victory is totally Pyrrhic. And this IS how you grimdark and show that Imperium isn't alright.