Stargrave 40K style
Alan and I got in a game of Stargrave using some of our 40k models. We both have inquisition warbands so our games are a bit like a cop show.
Inquisitors Rathbourne and Malus have a long history of encounters. While both claim to serve the Emperor, they have different ideas about how to approach their duties.
Inquisitor Malus defends the Imperium from the alien while Inquisitor Rathbourne protects against those who would turn against the Imperium. Although he isn't averse to blasting a hideous Alien in the line of duty.
Sector Tiberius had long been Rathbourne's fiefdom, a frontier region bordering clusters of worlds that had fallen to the arch enemy. After an encounter with some an unexpectedly well armed heretic cult. Clues recovered from the seen (don't ask how, we are the inquisition after all) suggested the weapons had arrived from the gratefully named "We Made It".
With a retrograde orbital period, We Made it, rolled backwards in its orbit. Each day is over 500 hours long, and the year is 58 days long. The temperature in a location is determined by the time of day rather than seasons like on Terra.
"Strangely Brown, pointed to the far side of the settlement, "movement my Lord"
"Excellent now it's time to get into position and see if we can sever this tentacle before it worms its way further into the flesh of the Imperium"