Final Sanction 7 – The End.

In the Grim Darkness of the Far Future, there is Only War.

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Brother Manius has fallen.

The proud Ultramarine Librarian fell against the hated Tyranids, yet his death has only bolstered our heroes’ determination. Now they face a Genestealer Broodlord, the mastermind behind the Avalos uprising and the harbinger of greater foes yet to come.

Will the bold Deathwatch Space Marines Brother Alaberus and Brother Angus stand fast against this xeno menace, or will they join their battle brother in death? Will this new arrival, Lorken, prove a liability or will the fires of battle forge him into a weapon worthy of the Adeptus Astartes?

Join us for the seventh episode of the Deathwatch RPG Actual Play with music by and

As usual, if you have any comments or criticism, we’d love to hear from you! Especially tell us how to play deathwatch because, honestly, we’re fucking up a lot ;D

Brother Aleberos of the Crimson Fists is played by Fredrik.

Brother Manius of the Ultra Marines is played by Johan.

Brother Angus of the Storm Wardens is played by Toby.

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One comment

  1. Good work again guys.

    I think this scenario was actually released before the main rulebook as a preview on free RPG day (some year).

    On recruitment age from the Wiki:
    “Space Marine Aspirants must be adolescents or very young adults, as the implants must be able to coordinate with a human male’s natural growth hormones during adolescence to stimulate the growth and development of the various unique physiological features of a Space Marine. In specific terms, the recruit must be about 10-16 Terran standard years of age, although the process has been documented to still work in recruits as old as 20 as long as they have not yet reached their full adult growth.”

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