(Recruitment is officially closed as I have my 12 sheets... if we get drop outs i will open again)
I am officially up to date with all my rps (woop) and have accepted 9 charactors thus far
see the first post, with all names accepted though I'm pretty sure you all know it (plus if you click on the names, the sheets come up which I think should make the whole thing lovely and neat)
Hogglord and especially Signatus, this is totally my bad, I have been shockingly busy with work lately and didnt want to give you a half arsed review, your charactors deserve better and thus I will be reviewing tonight, latest tomorrow morning gmt.
Jam if you could get those updates done asap I'd be really greatful
Can i just say of the other 3 charactors I'm happy with the concept and can see no reason to reject them, its just adding in a few details and tying it all together, so we are on the last stage of dotting the eyes and crossing the t's and if i can, I will have this up by tomorrow night
So yes we should be scratching that itch very soon.
Thank you all for your patience
As a little tidbit of information though I'm sure it won't stay your hunger
A few little facts about how the Saben Penitentiary 23rd Deceased are organised and how they operate
A little over a thousand strong, the Saben Penitentiary are organised into 5 platoons of roughly a two hundred each which are split into 4 squads of 50, each managed by a penal custodian. They report directly to a Lieutenant.
The Lieutenants report directly to Colonel Erkl Kritz and Major Arnold Bradshaw.
The pair both remain either on board their ship which is officially called "The Emperor's Forgiveness" however is colloquially known as "The Graveyard".
The ship in question is actually owned by the Colonel himself, whose father was one of the owners of a huge plantation on one of the larger agriworlds in the Saben system. Upon his demise the business was sold by Kril, who had already been a Lieutenant in the Saben Penitentary 14th for 3 years and had no interest in returning to tend crops.
Upon his promotion to Colonel of the newly created Saben 21st the regiments deployement was stalled by problems with a shortage of Imperial Navy vessels after a rather destructive campaign with a smaller ork Space Hulk which had pushed into the subsector.
With orders pressing and the Colonel desperate to prove himself he purchased and renamed the ship, which had been taken by the Imperial Navy after it's captain was discovered smuggling huge amounts of Narcotics.
Deamed unsuitable for transformation it was to be scrapped, however upon review by the colonel he offered to purchase the ship at a reasonable price, provided the Imperial Navy provided a crew to staff it. Over the years the Colonel has spent incredible amounts of money upon the ship (though do not be fooled, the colonel rents the ship to the saben penitentary and after costs for damages and a little bonus to an exo account of the chief warden makes a tidy profit and gets to live his dream of waging war across the galaxy).
Over the years it has evolved and upgraded from the small squat little ship it once was, to a small squat little ship that can hold feed and train a penal legion company. Though the shields have been upgraded and the warp drive replaced, the main revelations have been upon the inside, where a false hold allowed the merchant to smuggle huge quantities of illegal substances unknown by customs. This has been switched out and segregated to make use as storage for the new human cargo this ship carries.
Much like its colloquial counterpart, The Graveyard offers no guarantee of a good nights sleep or a comfortable rest....