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Amanda Wiciva not exactly how construction template works, but I see you have even tried it. If you are using source editor, just write the following at the top of the page:


and then it is done and fine. If you are using the new visual editor, you need to press the template on the page, and "edit". Then it pops out a black box where there is "1" and below it an empty text-box. Enter your user name in the text-box and it's done. Property template works in the same way. Please place both correctly on the page. --Remos talk 13:19, November 14, 2014 (UTC)

I removed the Fanfiction Category. It is an entirely unneeded categhory as this site is dedicated to the creation of fanon. I am your master! At your service. (talk) 00:18, November 27, 2014 (UTC)

Please stop inventing categories. Most of them are completely unneeded, and clutter up the site. I am your master! At your service. (talk) 00:53, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

What if is a female Daemon prince? It's kind of silly calling a female a prince you know. Jaredthefox92 (talk) 01:03, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Daemon Prince is a Gender Neutral title. Daemons don't have genders anyway. Besides it states that she is a Greater Daemon, so moot point. I am your master! At your service. (talk) 01:12, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Slaanesh as Daemonettes and female Keeper of Secrets, plus here is a picture of a female Lord of Change so yeah some daemons do have genders: LordofChangefemale.jpg .(Note: I'm an avid supporter of equal rights and I'm one to note that in the past Games Workshop has shown signs of sexism towards females in terms of misrepresentation within their universe.)

Daemons dont have genders, some of them may choose to have "male" or "female" traits in their appearence, but their completely gender neutral. Stop arguing on a point that you clearly have little knowledge on.

Orkmarine 01:47, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

In terms of real world classification if you have male or female reproductive parts that more than likely defines you as male or female. Also I'm fairly certain I'm correct on how Game Workshop has proven to be sexist. For instance why isn't there any female space marines? They say that it's because of the Emperor's gene seed, but in a universe where there are demons and green mushroom people they could easily write in that females can become space marines. My point still stands. Jaredthefox92 (talk) 01:50, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

You are incorrect. Daemons have no actual Gender. They may have traits that resmble sex, but ultimately they are genderless. More to the point I was saying that Daemon Prince is a Gender Neutral term. regarding GW and supposed sexism that is not my concenr, nor is it anything I can change. This debate is pointless. I am your master! At your service. (talk) 02:25, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure overall that those traits mean they have gender. It's like saying the Orks don't have gender when clearly they're male. Then why call it a daemon prince? A prince is a male term for someone who is not yet a king or a leader, but yet containing royal blood and heir to a throne. You mean not your concern correct? Jaredthefox92 (talk) 02:29, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Do you even know what a daemon in 40k is? Its a mass of energy formed by the manifestions of emotions from the physical world? How the fuck does a mass of energy have a gender? Just ask yourself that question a few times, emphasis on "few" because your clearly that dense that it takes several times to get anything through to you. 

Orkmarine 02:36, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Saying that the lack of female Space Marines is sexist is the same thing as saying that the lack of male Sisters of Battle or feminine Orkz is sexist. And besides, you can't even exactly call an Ork a male either, Orkz don't fit into any of the two conventional genders, they're technically asexual fungi. R17, Farxaa Admiral If I had a railgun, I'd make a lot of people pay... 02:43, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Why isn't there feminine orks? I would find that hillarous. Actually priests and male members of the Ecclisarcy are able to join the Adeptus Soriatas, it's just the Ecclesiarchy use them as a loophole not to have a male milita since they're all female. Yet in reality they're more male than anything else, while not on lore in the real world they're patterned after males. Yet again Gameworkshop show's it's issues with females. Jaredthefox92 (talk) 02:51, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

going on about equal rights is kind of pointless here, especially when your the one making a differentiation between male characters and female characters.

there is a two fold reason for no female SM.

1) cuz the gene-seed that makes them is cloned bio-materal from a male character and even involves the use of male testosterone (and their ability to reproduce) to modify the human body.  so a bit of lore history

and 2) GW tried to included power armor wearing super soldiers with tits...introducing hte Sisters of discontinued because they weren't recalling in money from the neckbeards like Tau, Eldar and Space Marines were.

if you wanted to argue GW hating women,  point out the grey knights murdering SoB for no logical reason, or why there are apparently no female nurglittes, or how the female tau commander has like no backstory while farsight has entire books.  or why the best assassins are all female, or why the majority of officer pics for the cadians have a female officer, or why the female characters in all the books are the best characters, or how the important Craftworld Eldar units are all female models....

arguing gender hate in a universe full of hate and bigotry is kind of stupid. I mean 40k is racist, anything not human should die...I am joining the orks rights group, cuz the asexual orks need representation too. Daemons (spelt daemons due to both English spelling and the classical notion that a deamon was a demonic entity worshiped by elder religions) are entities of pure thought they are not bound by a physical form so once in the warp form has no meaning, gender only exists for them so long as they are outside the warp. The Imperium doesn't give two shits about gender, some of the best soldiers immediately under the emperor himself were all female. and currently so long as it can shoot and die properly it counts as a soldier so to heck with it.

but that mindlessness aside the adding of redundant and self applicable labels is wasting site space and filling us with clutter...I mean "tragic characters" do not take this as a attack, but well GRIMDARK and what defines tragic i mean i've seen some people's idea of tragedy and well it's plain pathetic what they think a tragedy is (i didn't get my way, so tragic) and also adding labels without much thought or having many other things to place in the list just causes the same label to appear 4 diffrent ways, for example once upon a time we had 4 to 5 admech labels, cult mechanicus, admech, adeptus mechanicus, adeptus mechanicum, mechanicum. one didn't even have anything in it, and the others had maybe 2 pages linked to it. when i first got here i thought the only admech page we had was a NCF page and that the site absolutely hated the Admech (turns out to some degrees i am right, but that's beside the point)

However I think the greatest point to be restated is that this is 40K social justice DOES NOT EXIST, you exist to be shat on to be beaten and left indecearnable from the other miserable mass, sent to die and hopefully one day pull yourself out of the shit and make yourself into something resembling a decent character with a reason to exist beyond the pathetic and pointless claim of simply "because i do exist". and then you get to exist as something resembling a worthwhile figure only to get your self worth destroyed as some idiot space marine comes in screws up the tactical plan simply due to the fact of his chapter's honor does not allow him to use reasonable tactics so everyone under you dies and you get left to die yourself or take the blame for the SM's mistake. and all this is if your human and your lucky.

Allow me a demonstration. This is your body...WITHOUT FIBER! (talk) 02:59, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

1) Females also produce testosterone, just not at the same rate males do. Oh and  yes females can inherit traits that are "masculine" in nature from their male parents as well. It's really that GamesWorkshop is catering towards males,(because let's face it not a lot of females care about painting really exspensive action figurines.)

2) So? Does that mean they should exclude female space marines? No, rather they should put more effort into devolping female characters more. The fault is once again placed on GamesWorkshop. Also I might add that females can wear powerarmor while not showing their breasts. Look at Samus Aran in Metroid, she doesn't wear huge breasts on her power armor. Just have female space marine sargents and captains with female faces and hair. It's really more of a male pride "boys only" thing really.

This isn't really about the lore, they can modify that easily. It's about how it is viewed in reality. In the real world GamesWorkshop appears like they shun their potential female customers. If GamesWorkshop really cared about their female customers and members they could easily just change all that lore. The truth is that they just keep on making excuses to prevent having to actually look into making their series more female friendly.Jaredthefox92 (talk) 03:11, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

This site is about lore, we don't really care about GW except for what they do in lore. see the Rules stating you can not create your own codex with rules here, or Dark Heresy ruleset here.

This site doesn't like being cluttered with self serving tags as stated by the admins. See the comments above.

This site doesn't care about social justice because social justice isn't a major topic in 40K lore, as highlighted by the nazi genocide perpetuated on a daily basis in the lore. See the term Grimdark for more on the topic.

Now tell me why i must conform to your world view on a site that has nothing to do with your world view, in order to continue my existance in the real world or on this site? This site has nothing to do with world views we have people of many religions and creeds on this site both contributing without demanding the other conform to the world views of the other, and willingly interacting with on another. So tell me what makes you more special than a Muslim or a Christian, a Black or a White, a Filthy Tau or a Glorious and obviously supperior servant of the Omnissiah? Allow me a demonstration. This is your body...WITHOUT FIBER! (talk) 03:23, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

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Lilith Hesperax, No'akei, Aestra Khromys, Aurelia Malys. These are just FOUR important female figures in 40K, 40K has plenty of female characters. Stop complaining about GW's apparent sexism, it has no basis on this site and if you want to be a SJW you can go on Tumblr.

I got into Warhammer 40K through the novels and videogames, honestly don'r  really care all that about having my own codex or whatever. If I wanted to create my own codex I could just elsewhere or heck make my own 40K wikia,(actually wikias aren't that difficult to make I just use this one as a database but I'm soon to change that seeing as how many members on here are in their mother's basement. (Note: General statement, don't take it personally.)

Also this site is supposed to be about fanon, (or that is what is advertised on the title) which means it shouldn't be 100% canon based.

It's not really self serving. Personally the tags I added can be be worked around, It's more of the issues I have with the lore and the reason behind them, (no daeomon queens/princesses, no female orks, SOB have needless breast armor, ect.) It's more of how I would sympathsize with a female who wanted to get into the Warhammer40K universe but she would left out upon joining.

Once again I merely asky why is the lore like this? I get the entire grimmdark thing, in fact that is one thing I like about 40K, but some things are just a tad silly and have no reason why they're like this. It's not about social justice, more about how it is needlessly sexist.

I never asked you personaly to conform to anything. Did I state anything about religion or race? No, this is about how females are treated within the 40K fanon. In a fanon universe things are allowed to have more room to exspand and try new ideas, not just be copycats to the lore.

Also I'm not going anywhere. Jaredthefox92 (talk) 03:52, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

You say GW should make the setting more "female-friendly", which is a very ignorant thing to say. Gender isn't the issue here, it's a matter of preference. Some people just don't enjoy reading about or writing about a sci-fi setting. You now go on to imply that we here at the fanon are sexist by stating: " females are treated within the 40K fanon". We aren't. We have several female users here that get along with other male users. If by chance you meant to say canon instead of fanon, then I once again refer to my previous point that it all depends on preference. I will agree that a fanon should have room to expand and try new ideas, but the rules of this site dictate that we are to adhere to the established canon of the setting as we do so. We write fanon, not fanfiction. -- Ave Dominus Nox! -(Talk |My Sandbox) 03:58, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

now for the fannon vs fanfiction arguement....le sigh

fanfiction, writer says "fuck it i do what i want. it just so happens to be about 40k as i think 40k should happen."

fannon, writer says "i want to put this into the 40k universe, i want it to be a part of the universe not just something i wrote."

no we don't need to be 100% but we do like to adhear to the lore, not disregard it. it's possible to challenge aspects fo the lore but to challenge and to disregard are seperate things. a example of case and point. no disregard of the lore or even real challenge to the lore but it's outside teh 1d4chan steriotype.

Allow me a demonstration. This is your body...WITHOUT FIBER! (talk) 04:03, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

Still is that an excuse to exclude female members who might actually like this sort of science fiction setting? I think not.Actually I never pointed fingers, I merely said that there needs to be more equal oppertunity within the fandom. Yes and I'm sure there are males into MLP, but just because there are a few females who look past all this ignorance doesn't mean it should just be ignored.

Actually that is a biased statement. I'm currently writing a fanfiction within the 40K universe and I'm attempting my best to follow canon while trying to make areas where I can exspand the universe. You are generalizing bad fanfiction writers with all fanfiction writers. It depends on the individual whether or not a fanfiction is good or bad.

Not all lore makes sense though. Some things are just the way they are and they can be improved upon. This is just a "status quo is god" mentality. Jaredthefox92 (talk) 04:12, November 29, 2014 (UTC)

It doesn't exclude females that are into the sci-fi setting. There are plenty of strong and downright frightening female characters in the 40k setting that could easily kick in the teeth of male characters. Moving on, fanon adheres to the established lore. Fanfiction takes the setting and adds whatever it pleases to it; such as unofficial relationships or anything that might not quite fit in with what has already been established as canon. It doesn't matter if you're a good or bad fanfiction writer, what matters is that we don't allow fanfiction on this wiki. -- Ave Dominus Nox! -(Talk |My Sandbox) 04:17, November 29, 2014 (UTC)


Hi Jared, we have a problem! Patton doesn't understand the meaning of the word one character control. I tried to explain him! But he doesn't understand, or don't want to understand!

I see only two options for this, ethier he is droped from the RP, or he will use another character. 

Don't try to reason with him, he doesn't understands that.

Please, put him through this ultimatum, and see what happens. I would rather have him gone from the RP.

As always, everything is in your hands.

ZiXIS (talk) 23:17, December 7, 2014 (UTC)

I'm sorry Zixis but I'm against excluding people until I'm absolutely one hundred percent sure the situation cannot be helped. I will talk to him about this and if he doesn't comply, then I will exclude him. I believe in peaceful solutions and solving things before passing judgement on others permanently. (Sort of bad thing that happened to me on other wikis and I'm not going to be a hypocrite by becoming what I fought against.)

However, I will give him this stern ultimatum nevertheless. I do agree that he needs to understand this isn't a big Imperial Guard battle roleplay and more of a character development one. Trust me I have seen roleplays that often get derailed because someone wants to be the best, strongest, or have the most technology. I shall give him a calm and civil, yet stern and clear warning. If he doesn't heed it then I have but little choice in the matter.Jaredthefox92 (talk) 23:27, December 7, 2014 (UTC)

Well, you did took the Valkyrie from him, but now he thinks that he is a "one man army", he still thinks that he can use his "tactics" like flying drones and satilites. 

ZiXIS (talk) 07:30, December 8, 2014 (UTC)

RP Invitation

Hey Jared! What's up? I thought that you could help me with my new rp that I'm about to run. I need an temporarily antagonist for the Rogue Trader crew, and I thought that you could play that role... contact me if you are interested and want to get more info on your role.

ZiXIS (talk) 16:22, February 12, 2015 (UTC)

RE: RP psychic powers

Here. --Imposter101 (talk) 18:06, June 16, 2017 (UTC)


Sure. --Imposter101 (talk) 10:14, July 2, 2017 (UTC)

It's just done "in the Sonic art style" right? Absolutely still counts as 40k, right? Nah mate, still counts as crossover. Either remove the artwork or have the articles deleted. — NecrusIV (Talk) 21:43, December 20, 2017 (UTC)

RE:Chaos Cult RP

You're free to run a Chaos Cult RP, but at the moment, I'm planning a Great Crusade one.

Yours, --Imposter101 (talk) 21:59, December 20, 2017 (UTC)

We're sorry, but the consensus of the community is that when it comes to the blurry boundary of what is and isn't a crossover, Sonic crosses the threshold. But thank you, you've given me a good reason to enshrine it in the rules so it's as unambiguous as possible for future users, much like the No Ponies rule :) — NecrusIV (Talk) 23:16, December 20, 2017 (UTC)

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