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In this case, the Tau could come to the Explorers aid, perhaps even saving their lives, adding further incentive to assist Silberthorne and his xenos allies. Regardless of the specific situation in which the Explorers encounter the Tau during the defence of the Valorous Charge, it should be an opportunity to showcase the impressive firepower of the Tau and their seamless military discipline. The Explorers do not witness the entire Hunter Cadre at this point, but they should encounter, at the least, a squad of six to twelve Fire Warriors see page In addition, should the GM wish to really display the fearsome technology of the Tau, he might include one or more Crisis Battlesuits see page During any interaction with the Tau at this stage, the GM should keep certain points in mind.
The Tau are ignorant of the Imperial hierarchy, and do not understand the significance of a Rogue Traders title.
In addition, they are most likely to assume that the Explorers are additional Navy crew; although, they might puzzle over the PCs lack of Navy uniforms. In order to smooth over any communications difficulties and avoid this encounter turning into a conflict between the Explorers and Tau, the GM might wish to include Silberthorne alongside the Tau forces.
However, introducing Silberthorne at this point might accelerate some of the revelations that he offers the PCs; in effect, some of the interactions and information that would normally occur after the battle might come into play during it, requiring adjustment to the Unlikely Passengers section on page 13 and even the events of An Undeniable Proposition, beginning on page In terms of opposition, use the Renegade profile on page of the Rogue Trader Core Rulebook to represent the rank-and-file renegades boarding the Valorous Charge.
The number of renegades confronting the Explorers should depend on whether the combat aboard the ship is the Explorers primary contribution to the battle, or merely supplemental to their actions in the ship combat, as well as the support they have in the form of Navy armsmen, Tau warriors, and their own armsmen and servants brought over from their ship.
Regardless of the outcome, it is crucial that Silberthorne survives and contacts the Acolytes to offer his proposal see An Undeniable Proposition on page Ultimately, handling the events in the direct wake of the battle is subject to the GMs discretion, as any number of factors that arise during the battle could influence the following events, not least of which is the condition of the Valorous Charge and its crew.
The primary outcome is that Silberthorne and the Explorers arrange to meet, either aboard their own ship or on the Valorous Charge, if it survives. If the Explorers save the Valorous Charge, Captain Hesteron personally thanks them and, if they have not already spoken with him, introduces Silberthorne.
Should the raiders succeed in destroying the Valorous Charge, they quickly depart, fearing retribution and, hopefully, the Explorers. Shortly after, the Explorers receive a vox signal originating amidst the wrecked hulk, as Silberthorne contacts them using the vox aboard an intact shuttle craft. In any case, Silberthorne explains to the Explorers that he is in need of their services in order to complete a mission of great importance and that he can reward them well for their assistance.
Depending on the players and the GMs preferences, the details of the mission might come into the discussion at this point, or later, after meeting in person. Silberthorne prefers to discuss such delicate matters in person. As always, he reveals only the bare minimum of information in order to convince the Explorers to meet with him and discuss his proposition. However, Silberthorne does not say anything about the Tau the Explorers should encounter them face-to-face, either during a boarding action as detailed on page 10 or when they first come aboard the Explorers vessel with Silberthorne.
The Fate of the Valorous Charge Depending on the Explorers participation in the battle, at its conclusion the Valorous Charge could be damaged, crippled, or destroyed. If the Explorers saved the Valorous Charge from certain destruction at the raiders hands, they have earned the respect and appreciation of Captain Hesteron, who could be a potential ally in future endeavours.
However, even if the Valorous Charge suffered no further damage after the Explorers intervention, the condition of its engines and other damage leaves it unfit to complete Silberthornes mission. All are in service to the Chaos Gods.
The Chaos Gods live in the Warp, a parallel dimension of unpredictable psychic energy from which psykers draw their power and through which faster-than-light travel is possible.
Chaos is central to the setting and is the fundamental cause of much of the conflict in the galaxy. Over the millennia, the forces of Chaos have destroyed all the once-glorious and enlightened civilizations of old, most recently sabotaging the Emperor of Mankind's attempt to lead humanity back into a new age of prosperity. It corrupts the body and soul and decimated the Eldar race. It forces the Dark Eldar to perpetually new lows of depravity, and regularly sends armies of daemons and corrupted mortals to terrorize and massacre the denizens of realspace.
Chaos exists only to persist and spread, the Dark Gods delighting only in the destruction and disorder they sow. What is Rogue Trader?
In the Warhammer 40, universe, Rogue Traders are like the conquistadors and explorers of the Age of Sail -- they go into the unknown to find new worlds for the Imperium, and hopefully get rich doing so. The existence of the traders is a Faustian bargain the Imperium has been making since the days of the Emperor himself. The High Lords of Terra recognize that there are still many parts of the galaxy and many situations therein that are beyond their control.
By allowing the Rogue Traders to ply their trade with planets and even species outside of the Imperial peace they can maintain some tenuous influence over events there. Navigator Mutants - Individuals who, due to a rare mutation, are capable of bearing the horrors of the warp to chart a proper course throughout space.
Rogue Trader - The eponymous class is essentially a jack of all trades, but excels at giving orders Seneschal - The brains and face for most Rogue Trader houses, this guy knows all the important people, and all the secret info. Void-master - The pilot class, real good at driving ships.
Books[ edit ] The titular core sourcebook contains everything needed to play the game, but a number of supplements are available, including: The Game Master's Kit - A pack of resources a GM may find useful in and out of play, including a GM's screen with rules summaries.
The book included comes with a pretty simple set of rules for creating star systems.
Lure of the Expanse - Splat book with three pre-written adventures. Decent stand-alone information on some of the more notable worlds in the Expanse. Into The Storm - Expanded character generation with extra Origin Path options, alternate ranks for careers, rules for playing Ork and Kroot mercenaries, additional psychic powers for the Astropath Transcendent and Navigator, and an expanded selection of equipment and starship components.
Includes a fluff section on Port Wander and the star system it's in at the end including an opportunity to play Space Hulk in Rogue Trader with some cuddly Genestealers. Edge of the Abyss - Splat book that expands on the Expanse. Pretty much just details places, give background info, and some stats for ships and stuff.
Veeeeeery long. Warpstorms are always fun. Even if you don't like adventures, they contain a wealth of information on Iniquity for more heretical groups, Damaris for those that want a slice of the Imperium in the Koronus Expanse, and rules for resolving strategic planet-wide battles through dice that work better more streamlined than the fiddly level of detail in Battlefleet Koronus.
Battlefleet Koronus - Almost required for campaigns that are going to take ship combat or ship anything seriously. Tons of updates to ships, including new hulls battlecruisers and grand cruisers!
Also, rules for planning and waging full scale military campaigns, and planet-scale ground wars involving entire armies.. Hostile Acquisitions - New rules and career paths for playing a Rogue Trader ship that is definitely more pirate than explorer. Contains alternate ranks for careers, some new equipment and ship upgrades, plus some rules for creating a Nemesis for you characters.
The Koronus Bestiary - Monster splat book containing some interesting creatures, and includes one unique monster for each of the Chaos Gods. Awesome because it adds Dark Eldar Kabalites as a career path.
The adventure itself blows and reeks of much railroading.
Also has a supplement for the supplement called The Dark Kin, which includes another Dark Eldar career path, the Wych, and alternate career ranks like Skyterror or Fleshcrafter disciple.
The Navis Primer - Super useful supplement for psyker characters, but has something for everyone. Adds in a ton of new stuff: background fluff on Navigator houses in 40k, new powers for Navigators and two new disciplines for Astropaths, alt ranks for other career paths, the Ork Weirdboy career path, rules for characters having psychic familiars, and expanded rules for navigation and astropathing.
Also adds the Awakaned Psyker alt rank, which lets any human character that's not a psyker or navigator become psykers, albeit rogue psykers and you're very likely to asplode into giblets if you take this. Stars of Inequity - Despite seeming like it might give information for various worlds in the expanse, it really only gives some neato rules for creating your own worlds with the world generator, as well as giving Colony Creation rules for the imperialistic Rogue Trader.
Also has a loot generator as well. Faith and Coin - The splat for the Savvy Merchant. Half fluff, half crunch, it's a pretty decent splat. First part of the book outlines several missionaries and their lives, next part covers faith-based endeavours, and the last part is the armoury and an adventure.
Provides six new alternative ranks, three of which are based around the missionaries mentioned earlier in the book. Armoury is nothing to shy away from; has some amazing stuff, including getting sanctified artificer armour for your characters and the infamous plasma syphon.
It does, however, have some issues with Availability. Epoch Koronous - A history lesson about stuff happening in the Expanse.