A most traditional clusterfuck. In space. Someone wanted to mention war, too.
Dasher Archimedes (RT1)
Prime techpriest and Explorator in the Rogue Trader group.
Explorator Rank 1
XP to Spend: 0
XP Spent: 5,000
Origin Path: Death World>Scavenger>Criminal>Calamity>Renown>Explorator
Common Lore (Machine Cult, Tech)(Int)
Forbidden Lore (Archeotech, AdMech)(Int)
Secret Tongue (Rogue Trader)(Int)
Speak Language (Low Gothic, Explorator Binary, Techna Lingua)(Int)
Tech Use (Int)
Melee Weapon Training (Universal)
Basic Weapon Training (Universal)
Nerves of Steel
Peer (Adeptus Mechanicus)
Power Ax (Good Quality)
Enforcer Light Carapace
Bionic Respiratory System
Bionic Right Arm (Good Quality)
Advances Taken/XP Spent:
100 XP- +5 Str
100 XP- +5 Tough
100 XP- Secret Language (RT)
200 XP- Craftsmanship on Bionic Arm to Good
On one of the Imperium’s many Death Worlds, Dasher was born to a small tribe of sky worshipers. He spent his youth like any other boy; evading the deadly and hungry wildlife of his planet, losing loved ones, crying out dramatically to the sky, and generally having a miserable time of it. When an Imperial Survey Team landed near his village to study, he and his tribe were quick to volunteer to show the Survey team around. Taking many loses to the planet’s fauna, Dasher was ecstatic to find out that his entire village had been “kon-scrip-teed” onboard as ratings. The sky people had accepted them!
Of course, the workings of an Imperial ship aren’t much safer than a Death World, but the difference was noticeable to young Dasher. Not having to hunt for your own food? Doing jobs that had a purpose (even if no one would tell him why pressing those keys was so important), instead of just barely trying to survive? It was a kind of paradise. As time went on, Dasher took on the name Archimedes, one of the techpriest’s idols.
From there, Dasher grew more and more experienced in the ways of the Mechanicus, the ship being one of there’s. Fortunately, it seems that the Master of the ship was not the kind to immediately kill anyone who showed signs of learning, and instead helped nurture young Archie, leading to his eventual indoctrination into the priesthood. Years later, he was assigned away from his beloved home to work for a Rogue Trader. What adventures are in store for him there?