Author Topic: The Ordo Chronos  (Read 9928 times)

Offline DapperAnarchist

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Re: The Ordo Chronos
« Reply #30 on: June 16, 2011, 09:44:28 PM »
And is the last heir of the treehouse of the Ewok family...

A better question than "can they change" (I think its obvious they can, how would the Ordo Malleus recruit, if even Inquisitors are kept away from the darker secrets of daemon-summoning and banishment) is can you be in more than one Ordo at a time...
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Offline SpanielBear

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Re: The Ordo Chronos
« Reply #31 on: June 16, 2011, 09:47:08 PM »
Another thing to add to the quitting an Ordo question; just as an Ordo represents a pool of resources and knowledge not normally available, so too does each member of the Ordo represent some of that unique content. An Inquisitor with Xeno experience might leave the Ordo to move to the Malleus, but I doubt he will refuse to assist the Ordo with a local Genestealer infestation should they request his aid. And if he did refuse, I doubt that would be looked on kindly.

At the more extreme end of the spectrum, being inducted into an Ordo might involve the learning of specialist secrets and hidden truths. Having such knowledge would make an individual dangerous. Imagine a country training a scientist in the manufacture of nuclear weapons, supplying him with all the necessary materials, and then he suddenly announces he wishes to travel and see the world for a few years. Unsupervised. Without a forwarding address.

I'm suspecting problems at border control, at the very least.
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Offline Easy E

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Re: The Ordo Chronos
« Reply #32 on: June 20, 2011, 08:02:32 PM »
We know that you don't have to choose an Ordo at all.  Using Marco's thought process why would you ever chose to be a free agent not associated with an Ordo? 

Here are some thoughts:
1. Other may question your "right" to be an Inquisitor
2. You are too busy to do the parperwork
3. You were raised in the field, and have not yet returned to the Conclave to do so


Offline Shannow

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Re: The Ordo Chronos
« Reply #33 on: June 22, 2011, 10:10:00 PM »
Parper work  - form 3a, section 2d, paragraph 4 - to be filled out in event of sudden release of noxious gas. :P

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