In the grim future, there is only war.

Here you will find the most motivational quotes and pictures the Warhammer 40,000 universe has to offer. 90% of which can be found in the first book, the most revered Rogue Trader.

Fri 12th Sep
1 month ago

Let me tell you about assassins….

Let me tell you about assassins….

Tue 9th Sep
1 month ago

castellankurze:

"This is our debate. He [the Emperor] believes that the task of a ruler is to make himself obsolete, so that his people would replace him when they are mature enough. I disagree. I do not think we will ever be mature enough for that. I believe that no one but he would ever be strong enough to hold mankind together, even for a moment. He is quite an exceptional man, you know? Perhaps in ways he doesn’t even understand himself."
- Malcador the Sigilite (excerpt from ‘The Sigilite’ by Chris Wraight)

castellankurze:

"This is our debate. He [the Emperor] believes that the task of a ruler is to make himself obsolete, so that his people would replace him when they are mature enough. I disagree. I do not think we will ever be mature enough for that. I believe that no one but he would ever be strong enough to hold mankind together, even for a moment. He is quite an exceptional man, you know? Perhaps in ways he doesn’t even understand himself."

- Malcador the Sigilite (excerpt from ‘The Sigilite’ by Chris Wraight)

(via thekrug)

Sat 6th Sep
1 month ago

curse-your-gods-and-die:

Why believe in fake universes like Harry Potter when you can believe in the real world, like 40k.

(Source: rage-against-the-nightmares, via dnyel)

Mon 1st Sep
1 month ago

theshunnedhouse:

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

Citadel Miniatures Squat Warriors. Alan and Michael Perry, 1987.

I miss these little guys. Great minis. Why they binned them I’ll never know. 


Best.

theshunnedhouse:

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

Citadel Miniatures Squat Warriors. Alan and Michael Perry, 1987.

I miss these little guys. Great minis. Why they binned them I’ll never know. 

Best.

(via thekrug)

Wed 27th Aug
1 month ago

(Source: sheffieldbleep, via thekrug)

Tue 26th Aug
1 month ago

wastelord:

operator-warning:

WAAAGH! Bike

sweet space jesus

by the balls of Gork n Mork

(via thekrug)

Sun 24th Aug
1 month ago

styro:

yugichrist:

retronauthq:

WWI: Pigeon being released from tank 
Source

During WWI, when tanks were cornered into hopeless situations, in a desperate last ditch effort they would sometimes release a pigeon. All tanks were outfitted with normally one, sometimes two pigeons, of various breeds, specifically for this purpose. The pigeon would use unfathomable power to destroy absolutely everything around it, but often would also destroy the tank it was released from and kill its occupants in the process, which is why tank operators were so hesitant to resort to releasing their pigeons. Over 10,000 people were killed during WWI from pigeon related combat alone.
The most infamous pigeon related incident during the war was at the Third Battle of Ypres in 1917, when British colonel Reginald William Edwards released an extremely powerful Szegediner Highflier pigeon from the Mark IV tank he was operating, which had become immobilized in mud and surrounded by several German Leichter Kampfwagen I tanks. The Highfligher immediately flew up to an altitude surpassing Earth’s mesosphere, then plunged back down, diving into one of the LK I tanks and creating a massive shockwave that killed over 1,500 and injured tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians alike.


whoa that got serious fast

Standard issue Imperial Guard vox unit in action.

styro:

yugichrist:

retronauthq:

WWI: Pigeon being released from tank 


Source

During WWI, when tanks were cornered into hopeless situations, in a desperate last ditch effort they would sometimes release a pigeon. All tanks were outfitted with normally one, sometimes two pigeons, of various breeds, specifically for this purpose. The pigeon would use unfathomable power to destroy absolutely everything around it, but often would also destroy the tank it was released from and kill its occupants in the process, which is why tank operators were so hesitant to resort to releasing their pigeons. Over 10,000 people were killed during WWI from pigeon related combat alone.

The most infamous pigeon related incident during the war was at the Third Battle of Ypres in 1917, when British colonel Reginald William Edwards released an extremely powerful Szegediner Highflier pigeon from the Mark IV tank he was operating, which had become immobilized in mud and surrounded by several German Leichter Kampfwagen I tanks. The Highfligher immediately flew up to an altitude surpassing Earth’s mesosphere, then plunged back down, diving into one of the LK I tanks and creating a massive shockwave that killed over 1,500 and injured tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians alike.

whoa that got serious fast

Standard issue Imperial Guard vox unit in action.

Thu 21st Aug
1 month ago

blackfuckingjackals:

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.
If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

GODDAMN

I would have bought that video.

blackfuckingjackals:

fuckyeahbritisholdschoolgaming:

White Dwarf 124, April 1990. Les Edwards, 1990.

If this cover were a feature film, it would have gone straight to video.

GODDAMN

I would have bought that video.

(via wastelord)

Tue 19th Aug
2 months ago

ssspectraldistortions:

Orkz. Always more Orkz.

(via thekrug)

Thu 14th Aug
2 months ago

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