Cursed, they say, a fount of witches and other foulness. A chalice of corruption, haunted by a dead sun. They say it is but a matter of time before the stars align and the entire place is torn asunder by daemons. Of course, they say that about a great many places. But in this case, master, the Tarot indicates it is actually true. The Calixis Sector is a sector of the Milky Way Galaxy that serves as the setting for the Warhammer 40, Dark Heresy role-playing game, which focuses on the actions of Imperial Inquisitors and their chosen Acolytes and Throne Agents.
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By wabbitking , August 10, in Dark Heresy. Yeah, what he said. I used to have a link to it in my Encyclopaedia Calixia , but it's no longer active. My web-fu turned up nothing, and the Dark Reign fansite doesn't seem to exist anymore. I have a hard-copy printout of it somewhere, but I hate typing too much to try to reconstitute it On a related note, be sure to check out glyph21 's Planet Glossary - very useful for 'filling in the blanks'.
I do have the The Calixis Sector Encyclopedia a 40pg document. That's what Black Industries called the sector page they had on their site with all the fan created information on it before FFG got the license. When that got taken over FFG didn't copy all the information likely rites issues just the planet list. Some fans got together and copied all the relevant planet information stuff about government and inquisition stuff made it word for word into the core rulebook and made "The Calixis Sector Encyclopedia".
That's only missing the information on Tranch, which I found using the wayback machine for www. Ross Watson knows what he's talking about, and rpggeek has a really good summary of Dark Heresy 1st edition on it apparently. You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.
Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. All rights reserved. Dark Heresy Search In. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted August 10, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Posted August 11, edited. There is also Timeline, Travel Times and Haarlock legacy collected informatioon in there.
Edited August 11, by Amaimon. Posted August 11, Posted August 12, Posted January 20, So here's what I found. Basically the Lexicanum as usual is a heap of lies and heresy.
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When Black Industries published Dark Heresy , they openly requested fans to submit descriptions of planets. Various of the submissions they received were edited and used to expand the newly-created Calixis Sector, becoming an official part of the game's setting. The core rulebook of course had limited space, so the full descriptions for all the planets that Black Industries accepted were published on the company's website, forming a freely-accessible gazetteer of the Calixis Sector. Following Games Workshop 's closure of the Black Industries imprint, Fantasy Flight Games acquired the licence to publish role-playing games set in the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40, universes. They retained an on-line gazetteer for the Calixis Sector, but in a cut-down form that detailed only the major worlds. This PDF can still be found, circulated by fans on various internet forums dedicated to discussing Dark Heresy and related games. The content that is still retained on the FFG website includes details of the Calixis Sector, its subsectors, types of planet, and Scintilla.
By wabbitking , August 10, in Dark Heresy. Yeah, what he said. I used to have a link to it in my Encyclopaedia Calixia , but it's no longer active. My web-fu turned up nothing, and the Dark Reign fansite doesn't seem to exist anymore. I have a hard-copy printout of it somewhere, but I hate typing too much to try to reconstitute it