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I would say : NO. The Servo Skull is a hollowed out skull, brain is only held "working" by a cognitator, and the AI is the one that is controlling the skull. It might have some resemblance to it's previous owner, it might even feel "haunted" by his spirit, but the object itself is just a robotic utility. You will have as much result with as putting Vox on ...


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Rogue Trader rulebook would like to have a word with you (page 375): Servo-skulls are human skulls (often that of a favoured servant or low ranking tech-priest) that have been fitted with rudimentary artificial intelligence, support systems, and an anti-grav motor to provide mobility. For carrying capacity use the standard rules from page 267 with the ...


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A player who wants to role-play his/her character appropriately must take all things into account, including Corruption or Insanity points. There is no obligation on how you play your character, but by the same token your character's Demeanor also doesn't mandate how you must play your character. One thing the GM can do is award or penalize players with ...


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It seems unlikely. The Dark Eldar seek out ever more extreme stimuli to subject themselves and others to. Any substance that can knock a Dark Eldar unconcious is either incredibly rare, impossible to develop a tolerance against (presumable even with biological augmentation, which the Dark Eldar seem to be into), or so potent a single drop would kill ten ...



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