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Really, the only thing to describe about them here is that they're pretty derpy. Oh, and 2E had a model used for Assholetep. A long time ago even before the Eldar the Necrontyr lived on a planet blasted by radiation from their sun. Their short lives were filled from beginning to end with cancer , AIDS , and pain. While all this sun-rape was going on a race of psychically-attuned space precursors called the Old Ones had already built a vast civilization throughout the galaxy. They created many races or augmented many existing ones leaving humanity alone and generally showed off.
They created many races or augmented many existing ones leaving humanity alone and generally showed off. Oh yeah, and they are speculated to have been immortal lizards Or the Eldar gods. It's quite confusing in all honesty. The Necrontyr met the Old Ones and quickly grew to resent their neighbors, loathing how long their lifespans were by comparison.
Resentment grew into bitter jealousy and finally all-consuming hatred.
The Old Ones were indeed much stronger and repelled Necrontyr assault after assault until the race was clinging to the edge of the galaxy and their lives. The Necrontyr finally encountered and allied with a force known as the C'tan who were beings with immense power over the corporeal world.
The realm of the Warp, which the Old Ones used extensively, was anathema to them, and they sought nothing less than the total separation of the real world from the Maelstrom. The Necrontyr bargained with the C'tan known as the Deceiver but only the other C'tan called it that for eternal life. The Necrontyr knew him as Mephet'ran "The Messenger" because no one in their right mind would actually trust a guy named the Deceiver.
The Deceiver promised the living Necrontyr race immortality and fun times if they would sacrifice their bodies to the gods to be replaced with metallic goodness, made from a very durable and self-repairing material called Necrodermis.
Some of the Necrontyr agreed to the Deceiver's terms, but most of them doubted it was a good idea. Using its talent for trickery, the Deceiver lured the doubters into the clutches of its followers and forced them to become Necrons before roboticizing its followers. The race had their souls ripped out of their collective urethrae, replacing the Necrontyr with the skeletal bodies of the Necrons.
War breaks out between the Necrons and the Old Ones, this war being named the War in Heaven since all of the awesome shit that went down was akin to the gods themselves fighting.
The Old Ones get their asses soundly beat over and over again and created new races lol, Krork to defend themselves with. Oh, and by using the Warp as a weapon they turned it into the fun place we all know and love which essentially means that the Old Ones are responsible for all the Chaos-infested shit that goes down these days. At this point, the old Necron fluff and new stuff begins to diverge a bit.
Old fluff says the Eldar were created by the old Ones directly but new fluff simply says that the Eldar and Old Ones were allies in the war against the Necrons. It doesn't specifically say the Eldar were created by the Old Ones although the new background is worded in such a way as to make both interpretations plausible. In Eldar culture, there's another great conflict also known as the War in Heaven.
This is primarily where the theory that the Old Ones and the Eldar Pantheon are potentially the same thing comes from if true, that means some Old Ones are still alive, namely Isha , Cegorach , and Khaine , though Khaine is split into a bajillion pieces so truly alive is debatable for him. But the most likely explanation for this is that GeeDubs' writers never fucking talk to each other about the intricacies of this shit and ended up giving two different conflicts the same god damn name.
However, the Eldar were present in both wars, so Anyway, after the Old Ones' strategy of cranking out race after race to be used as cannon fodder backfires when an Enslaver Plague rolls around, the C'tan go on a feast of galactic proportions. In present time, the Necrons spend most of their time killing anything with a pulse and generally hating anything living, including bacteria.
Their main objective was to use their advanced technology to close or seal off the Eye of Terror, drive back the 'Nids, and turn the living races into a never-ending all-you-can-eat buffet for the remaining C'tan. In essence, OldCron fluff basically makes them "Evil Order" as opposed to the "Evil Chaos" of, well, Chaos Or "Metal Tyranids" because of the emotionless mass of silver that represents their armies with guys like Thomas Macabee being more of an exception than a rule.
For a far, far better game-based exploration of how to introduce individualized personalities in a race of A. The crazy fun part of this is if you still want to play a silent legion of implacable, unfathomable terror-bots in the thrall of an insane god, you totally can. The new fluff allows for players to fluff their army as they see fit as anything from a noble, honorable warrior kingdom open to trade and diplomacy with other species to unthinking hordes of omnicidal machines in the thrall of a malevolent computer system.
You can even have a legion of the old-school C'tan-worshipping harvestcrons that have either been enslaved or have willingly taken to worshipping an awakened C'tan Shard. Shit, for all the new fluff cares your army can be a horde of Necrons afflicted with the Flayer Curse who long to have their dicks back and run around stealing the dongs of the lesser races so they can hump each other whilst their Lord sheds manly tears as he beholds the terrible plight of his people.
This is of no help, however, if you enjoyed the absolute supremacy of the C'Tan as literal immortal gods of the materium, and the stories that unfold thereby, who were at least capable of going toe-to-toe with The Ruinous Powers themselves, rather than being just another punchbag that GW puts on display in order to show how badass somebody else is, whose figurines they hope you'll purchase. Forge World created the Maynarkh Dynasty to give an example of a perfectly fluff-valid dynasty that was culturally similar to Oldcrons well, the "kill everything!
And as for totally destroying the background of the C'Tan, the codex does allude to the fact that there are lots of unaccounted for C'Tan shards or maybe even yet unshattered C'tan? The Necron are always trying to hunt them down and imprison them in pocket dimension prisons , but this does still leave the door totally wide open for a shard of 'The Dragon' to be on Mars and for shards of 'The Deceiver' to have done all the crazy things that have been written about him in novels.
Essentially, the full C'Tan were massively, massively powerful and the 'shard' versions of them are now a lot more manageable. Same as the original lore, the necrontyr were an alien race that lived extremely short, painful lives since their sun caused them to be riddled with cancer and other defects, and the tomb complexes they built were much larger than their towns, constantly reminding of their inevitable deaths.
They focused their short lives on science in a desperate attempt to find a way to increase their lifespans, but they never managed to. The only reason the Necrontyr formed an empire was because they put their people in stasis pods and made extremely long journeys across interstellar distances. They encountered the Old Ones , who offered to help them but wouldn't or couldn't make the Necrontyr immortal. Thus grew their collective hate towards the near-immortal Old Ones.
The Necrontyr's empire was massive at one point, but the different Lords in the galaxy-wide dominion started to turn against each other in civil war. To prevent this from happening, the overall ruler of the Necrontyr, the Silent King, started the war against the Old Ones specifically to give them a common enemy to fight against and prevent his people from destroying themselves in their own general stupidity , with the Old Ones' refusal to share immortality as an excuse for war rather than the war being motivated by jealousy borne of this.
Of course, the Old Ones ended up kicking their butts and in desperation the Silent King allied with the C'tan who had been attracted to the pure hate and rage the Necrontyr held for the Old Ones, a common enemy of the C'tan and agreed to the Deceiver's pact to give them shiny new immortal bodies without realizing what he was doing.
The devious Star God had in fact tricked the Necrontyr into giving up their mortal bodies and souls so that he and his god friends could gorge themselves on their tasty ass-meats.
However, after the Necrons helped the C'tan kill off the last Old Ones and while the C'tan were recuperating, the Silent King then ordered the Necrons to turn on the C'tan in vengeance. Caught by surprise,the C'tan were defeated and shattered into thousands of shards which the Necrons imprisoned for later use. At this point the galaxy was basically a smoldering ruin, the Necrons were severely depleted from their endless wars, and the Eldar were reaching the height of their power.
The Silent King ordered the Necrons to sleep for millions of years in order to hide from the Eldar and re-awaken at a time when the galaxy had both recovered and forgotten about them.
The Silent King's final order to his people was that following the Great Sleep they must reclaim their old empire and return it to its former glory A role he left his Triarch Praetorians to cover later. Following this, he freed the Necrons from his control and left the galaxy in shame for failing his people. Present Warhammer 40k[ edit ] This is literally what the Necrons have become.
Now that the Necrons have reawakened in the 41st millennium their goal is no longer to 'harvest' souls for the C'tan the C'tan shards are now their slaves as it was in the old book, but rather to reestablish the great Necron empire that spanned the galaxy before the war with the Old Ones began. What this exactly means is left to the interpretation of each Overlord. The overall unity of the Necron people is gone for the most part leaving each individual Dynasties to once again rule for themselves.
While Necron warriors are pretty much just automatons and Immortals are not much better, the majority of the upper echelon of Necron society retain some degree of personality. So there is lots of crazy nuance to Necron culture that was never present before. There are now lots of memorable quotes from Necron Lords. There are Necron Lords who honor valor in battle, Necron Lords who are obsessed with finding the perfect flesh bodies to transfer their sentience back into, and a Necron Lord who acts and commands its people like true robots due to damage to their Tomb World among others.
The Silent King, who left the galaxy after defeating the C'tan basically exiling himself for the unforgivable crime of allowing the C'tan to remove the souls of his people , encountered the Tyranids in the void between galaxies and has returned to spur the Necrons into action against the Bugs. The Silent King realized that if the Tyranids wipe the galaxy clean of biological matter then the Necrons will never find a form to transfer their minds back into.
There are even a few Necron Lords who even work or trade with other races. However, such as with all the factions of 40k this is rare. And then Trazyn decides to give the Imperium a hand at Cadia and see if he could get Abaddon as part of his collection.
Really, every dynasty can be different, so just have fun coming up with your own. Oh, and there is definitely plenty of reason to have Necron vs. Necron action now as the old feuds between competing Necron Lords flare back up again.
To make matters more complicated though, if Battlefleet Gothic: Armada is to be believed, it was The Deceiver who handed over the Blackstone Fortresses to Abbadon , thereby allowing him to destroy the Necron Pylons and overrun Cadia.
Was it an act to spite the Necrons by aiding Chaos, or does he have a doublecross in the works? It is widely conceded that the worst loss was the removal of Pariahs which were universally agreed to be one of the coolest and scariest aspects of the Necrons, something that really made them stand out even if they weren't that great on the tabletop they were badass on the table top, but over-priced and no We'll Be Back roll. The Pariahs' origins were a great way to show an outsider's perspective of the Necrons they're humans or other meatbags with the Pariah Gene who get forcibly turned into Necrons and something that Thomas Macabee in Dark Crusade just made so incredibly badass.
It would also fit perfectly into the new fluff showcasing success in combining the Necrons and the living to create a new life form. They are just experiments done by bored Crypteks, and the 7E 'dex in particular has a story where Illuminor Szeras decides to kidnap a fucking Culexus Assassin and use it to research the Pariah Gene.
And really this loss was by no means required for this change in fluff. In fact, Pariahs make even more sense with this version of the fluff than they did in the old. In any case, the Warhammer 40k galaxy already has a pantheon of four asshole gods, plus 'two other asshole gods, KRUMP! The dead claim you all, fleshlings! There was also the matter of their alliance with the Blood Angels that made everyone break into sperglord rage.
See, Matt Ward was trying to ready the Necrons for their soon-to-come fluff revision where they went from a mindless army to a proper empire with actual politics. There's also the "Shield of Baal" campaign where Anrakyr the Traveller decides to assist the Blood Angels, their successors, and some other Imperials with their Tyranid infestation by using a strange piece of Necron Archaeotech that got powered by a C'tan shard to the point of overloading so hard that the resulting radiation nearly killed everyone present.
So really, now the Necrons have become their playstyle: An army of metallic trolls. Game Play[ edit ] A mountain of metal, green glow and rape. Necrons have strong weaponry, high toughness, but generally very little mobility. They're also expensive as hell in points. Pre 5th edition Codex[ edit ] Pre-5th edition, the Necrons competitively were monobuilt to all hell.
Depending on what they were up against they would be THE virtually unstoppable shooty army, or easily countered.
Essentially this came down to whether or not you had enough hard counters to heavy infantry. If you didn't, you'd get the infamous "March of Doom", which was basically a non-stop forward march of Necron Warriors, Immortals, and Destroyers to flatten the table. The Necrons' innate WBB We'll Be Back rolls ensured that the March was fuckhard to stop, especially in tandem with Resurrection Orbs, Pylons, Monoliths, and some of the cheesier Necron formations, since the tin-men had a very good chance of getting back up after being downed.
Necron were also severely nerfed in the start of 5th Edition, due to vehicles being a bit more sturdy. In the previous edition, they could potentially destroy any enemy including heavy vehicles with just their default troops choice - Gauss weaponry inflicts glancing hits against vehicles on a roll of 6.
Necron Warriors dispatching Land Raiders or Leman Russ Tanks with these glancing hits was not unheard of, causing many veterans of 40K tabletop to rightly declare the Necrons to be Cheese.
In 5th Edition, due to the new Armour Penetration rules, Necron Warriors could still harass, stun-lock, and annoy all vehicles, but were much less able to gun down a heavy like a Predator Tank or Vindicator with simple massed Warrior fire, to the delight of non-Necron players everywhere. Massed fire from Necron Warriors can still kill a heavy vehicle, but it will take a veritable barrage of shots to do so now, making it a bit less likely that players can spam the shit out of warrior squads and come away triumphant.
A smart NewCron player learns to not over-rely on Warriors now, using backup from a mix of Scarabs, Doomsday Arks, Barge Lords, Wraiths, and Harbingers of Destruction in order to pack quality anti-vehicle options. The implacable Necron legions are rising. Let the galaxy beware. All Necrons, from the lowliest of warriors to the most regal of lords, are driven by one ultimate goal, to restore their ancient dynasties to glory - to bring the galaxy under their rule once more.
Such was the edict long ago encoded into the Necrons' minds, and it is a command so fundamental to their being that it cannot be denied. Yet it is no small task, for the Necrons are awakening from their Tomb Worlds to find the galaxy much changed.
Many Tomb Worlds are no more, destroyed by cosmic disaster or alien invasion. Others are damaged, their entombed legions afflicted by slow madness or worn to dust by entropy's irresistible onset.
Degenerate alien races squat amongst the ruins of those Necron Tomb Worlds that remain, little aware of the greatness they defile with their upstart presence. Yet there is no salvation to be found in such ignorance. The dead have come to reclaim their lands, and the living shall be swept aside.
Yet if billions of Necrons have been destroyed by the passage of eternity, countless billions more remain to see their dominion reborn. They are not creatures of flesh and blood, these Necrons, but android warriors whose immortal forms are forged from living metal.
As such, they are almost impervious to destruction, and their bodies are swift to heal even the gravest wounds. Given time, severed limbs reattach, armour plating reknits and shattered mechanical organs are rebuilt.
The only way, then, to assure a Necron s destruction is to overwhelm its ability to selfrepair, to inflict such massive damage that its systems cannot keep pace. Even then, should irreparable damage occur, the Necron will often simply 'phase out' automated teleport beams returning it to the safety of the stasis-crypts, where it remains in storage until such time as repairs can be carried out.
Should a fallen warrior fail to phase out, it self-destructs and is consumed by a blaze of emerald light. Outwardly, this appears little different to the glow of teleportation, leaving the foe to wonder whether the Necron has finally been destroyed or has merely retreated to its tomb. Victory over the Necrons is therefore a tenuous thing, and a hard-won battle grants little surety of ultimate victory.
For the Necrons, defeats are minor inconveniences - the preludes to future triumphs, nothing more. Immortality has brought patience; the perils that the Necrons survived in ancient times carry the lesson that their race can overcome any opposition, if they have but the will to try.
And if the Necrons possess only a single trait, it is a will as unbending as adamantium. Only one hope can now preserve the other races from the Necrons' implacable advance, from the endless legions of silent and deathless warriors rising from long-forgotten tombs.
If the Necrons can be prevented from waking to their full glory, if the scattered Tomb Worlds can be prevented from unifying, then there is a chance of survival. If not, then the great powers of the galaxy will surely fall, and the Necrons shall rule supreme for eternity.
Assailed at every moment by solar winds and radiation storms the flesh and blood Necrontyr became a morbid people whose precarious life spans were riven by constant loss Their dynasties were founded on the anticipation of demise and the living were thought of as no more than temporary residents ,.
Unable to find peace on their own planet the Necrontyr blindly groped out towards other worlds.
Using stasis-crypts aboard slow burning torch-ships they began to colonise other planets.