>>49613589>people are complaining about a legion being too american
Don't conflate posters. Other people may be complaining about that, I'm not. I'm just asking questions so you can (hopefully) show that they're more than a caricature. I think it's a potentially neat idea, though I admit I think it's currently a little weak. That's why I'm asking for more: because I like what I've seen already. Although I agree strongly with Merril that references should be obfuscated.
These questions are not attacks on the concept. They are attempts to give you opportunities to explore further. I have found such prompting questions extremely useful in my own writing. I'm only trying to help, brother.>Like I said, working on it.
Work on it here in the thread, then. Show us more. Spitball.>That was a joke, a reference to the majority of my work on the project thus far; taking lore concepts and converting them into practical terms and tabletop rules.
OK, it read like sort of a "i know what I'm talking about and you don't." Sorry about that. Can you share those lore concepts further? Ideas are no good if they stay in your head.>Okay, that's fair, I phrased that really poorly. My point was more to reference the fact that war is absolutely intrinsic to most warhammer 40k concepts and factions, but yeah, I was rather unclear.
So are they that kind of warriors, who think of nothing BUT war? Or are they more like Lumey's dudes who have minds toward more loftier concepts? Are they mindless weapons, or warrior idealists? How do they see war? And more importantly, WHY do they see it that way?