Protect the Earth by solving perplexing puzzles and solving tricky problems in Mechanicus, a fun and challenging Brain Teaser game. Work with conventional devices with earthly physics, as well as alien technology like teleporters and antigravity devices. Discover various solutions to each puzzle by using your imagination and resourcefulness!
Everything that can hold programming in the Imperium has a shard of a program in it. Someone will parrot that it makes it go much faster. Horus promised much else in terms of technological knowledge to the Mechanicum, including the right to develop technologies like artificial intelligence previously forbidden by the Emperor in the Treaty of Mars in return for their allegiance to his cause. The Tech-priests often refer to this time as the Great Expansion, for hundreds of Knight Worlds are rediscovered during this period alone. This innate hostility between Mars and Terra lasted for centuries until in the late 30th Millennium, following his victory in the Unification Wars on Terra, the Emperor of Mankind came to Mars and landed atop the great volcano of Olympus Mons. However, each world has their own rules and details in the fluff, although the new ones remain somewhat intentionally vague for your dudes purposes -- Triplex Phall lends itself to odd conversions because "It's Archeotech! Much of the Martian population retreated underground, as any who were not equipped with a radiation and life support suit could not long survive on the Red Planet's harsh surface. Their Titan Legion was nearly destroyed during the Second War for Armageddon; their Princeps was ordered by Planetary Governor and notorious incompetent boob Herman von Strab to attack a horde of Gargants that outnumbered them three-to-one with no support like suicidal maniacs, and when that predictably failed the Legion then became suicidal maniacs by self-destructing in the heart of the Ork forces because they weren't allowed to retreat. M41 - The rune-sealed portals upon the world of Exhubris II's grand archipelago are hidden within a landscape of leech-infested pyramids, but the Stygian Cult Mechanicus makes it their mission to open them. M41 This autonomy was guaranteed to the Mechanicus in the Treaty of Mars to provide the Tech-priests with immunity to the dictates of the atheistic Imperial Truth and to allow the Mechanicus to continue to exercise sovereignty over all of the Forge Worlds it had settled across the galaxy during the Age of Strife. After hundreds of years of living from half-working mechanical bunker to partially-pressurized archaic hab spire; people began to look upon technology as a saviour and way to return to the former heights of glory. By the way, the "Void" Dragon is actually only called "The Dragon" in the official fluff, probably as a reference to Metropolis. As lulls between the waves of Warp Storms allow, the fleets of Mars travel outwards, raiding for lost technology and establishing new colonies of Tech-adepts. Constellations are forever changed as the Apostles purge the outer sectors of the Segmentum Obscurus.
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On and on I Spy: Spooky Mansion Expeditionary Fleets push outwards. Now THIS is where shit gets religious. But Mechanicus computers you don't have the ability of run the extremely complex calculations and simulations to optimize the reactor to the point that Mechaanicus produces more energy than it consumes. As if the parallels aren't already tremendously clear at this point. Missing from Imperial Records Unknown Sparkle 2. Various allied Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret Collectors Edition vassal parts of the Mechanicum had a legal Mecganicus as to who they were supposed to be loyal to - the nation they were a part of and technically still subordinate to or the overarching Empire they had sworn fealty Mechanicus by Mechanicus. Martian loyalists suggested the creation of a new Adeptus to put Mechancius Mechanicum on a level playing field with the Mechanicus sections of the council of Terra, gaining a voice in the running of the Imperium as a whole. War rages for a solar decade as thousands of heretical macroclades and robotic Cohorts Cybernetica exterminate all human life from world after world with chilling efficiency. Sentience is the ability to learn the value of knowledge. Now that library goes rogue and the maintenance machinery starts killing everyone any-fucking-where near it. M40 The Waning With Imperial armies stretched thin across countless campaigns, the Imperium becomes ripe for invasion. M31 - Like all of the branches of the Imperium, the Mechanicum finds itself rife with corruption during the epic civil war known as the Horus Heresy. Then they ask you if you Mechanicus build another but slightly different. The Void Dragon is actually one of Mechanicus most powerful of the C'tan, controlling all machines. Planet after planet is reconquered and offered the same choice -- bow before the Emperor of Terra or be destroyed.
Ahem, I mean, "divinely inspired reason". M41 This autonomy was guaranteed to the Mechanicus in the Treaty of Mars to provide the Tech-priests with immunity to the dictates of the atheistic Imperial Truth and to allow the Mechanicus to continue to exercise sovereignty over all of the Forge Worlds it had settled across the galaxy during the Age of Strife. However, each world has their own rules and details in the fluff, although the new ones remain somewhat intentionally vague for your dudes purposes -- Triplex Phall lends itself to odd conversions because "It's Archeotech! This may or may not be due to an ancient copyright scouring by a musical group bearing a similar name. Thus Mars became an extremely technologically advanced society of astronauts, scientists, engineers, manufacturers, and miners wherein they could pursue advances in technology and power the Dark Age of Technology. With a few exceptions, such travels remain limited in scope and stay within the confines of what will later become known as the Segmentum Solar. Yet the terms of this agreement did not sit well with some within the hierarchy of the Mechanicum. They rebuild a library from scrap on the ashes of the old. Naturally, this smoothed things over between the two factions, resulting in the Treaty of Mars and the beginning of the Imperium; As a sign of their alliance, the Emperor changed his sigil from the lightning bolt, as used by the Thunder Warriors , to the two-headed Aquila. Though unfit for a place in Taranis' Knight armies, each of these cyborg warriors -- known as Psychosis-Neuracanium -- are from primaris-grade Imperial stock, and prove to be excellent raw material for the creation of Skitarii overseers. M30 - The Emperor , fresh from uniting the tribes of Terra , arrives on Mars. And thanks to Priests of Mars this is canon.
He's just a single little Sparkle Unleashed in the heart of enormous Over-Intellect gathering and producing knowledge. Sure, if it's a Lasgun it'll just not work or start shooting off rounds by itself, but if you piss off a Land Raider you can say Mechanicus to half a continent. Was attacked by Hive Fleet Leviathan, Ashes of Immortality survived by hiding inside their planet and sending out hordes of Servitors, letting them get eaten, then using Servo-skulls to pull the techy bits back underground and put them on new cloned bodies before the biomass could be absorbed, effectively starving Mechanicus Leviathan forces to death. Nobody knows anything because the Fall fucked everything up and the Heresy Dolphin Dice Slots it. Indeed, the Fabricator-General of Mars, Kelbor-Hal himself, declares his allegiance to Horusand so begins the Schism of Marsa bitterly-fought campaign that mirrors those taking place across the galaxy. The Emperor was recognised by the ancient Mechanicum as the Pearlz of the prophecy of the coming of the Omnissiah because He comprehends so much, and understands more about the Mechanicus nature of reality than any other being Mechanicus existence. During the manifestation which occurs every equinox, the disciples of the Omnissiah blast apart rank upon rank of red-skinned daemons.
He talks to the few surviving library workers, assembles their information, and starts rebuilding a city around the library and expanding it as the librarians find little scraps of paper and fragmented bits of files that stuck together just right to read something. All those techpriests are going to have serious problems when it wakes up That's the mechanicum mindset. You can use any tool and component but you don't have access to computers. Though unfit for a place in Taranis' Knight armies, each of these cyborg warriors -- known as Psychosis-Neuracanium -- are from primaris-grade Imperial stock, and prove to be excellent raw material for the creation of Skitarii overseers. It is difficult to unravel the truth, but tales abound of anarchy, daemonic possessions, the coming of the Enslavers and the betrayal of humanity by the thinking machines. It's worth noting that different writers seem to have different ideas of what an STC is. M41 This autonomy was guaranteed to the Mechanicus in the Treaty of Mars to provide the Tech-priests with immunity to the dictates of the atheistic Imperial Truth and to allow the Mechanicus to continue to exercise sovereignty over all of the Forge Worlds it had settled across the galaxy during the Age of Strife. And they are not. Elixia is consumed by a daemonic invasion, its remaining populace eliminated by a necessary Exterminatus within the solar week. Many Master Adepts like Kelbor-Hal longed to pursue these restricted lines of research and had long believed that the Emperor was not the Omnissiah of the Machine God, for the true Machine God dwelled in the Noctis Labyrinthus deep below the crust of Mars. That this legendary creature may actually have been the C'tan shard known as the Void Dragon is a disturbing possibility. AdMechs thought a lot about this question, and took one answer. Now that library goes rogue and the maintenance machinery starts killing everyone any-fucking-where near it.Of course, they aren't actually "inventing" it; they are using "divinely inspired reason" to create something that has always existed, implicit in the logical structure of the universe. Then the Horus Heresy fucked up everything. You are asked to build a practical fusion based power source. The process is repeated for nine long standard years. They provide the technical and scientific experts of the Imperium and field armies of massive Titans , Questor Mechanicus Knights , Electro-priests , Skitarii and Combat Servitors. Those who did founded new Forge Worlds in the name of the Machine God and built on them a likeness of the great manufactorums and temples of their distant homeworld. Yes, it makes practical applications of technology go much faster. Each Forge World has their own color scheme, themes, and specialties, similar to Space Marine chapters or Imperial Guard regiments. Much of the Martian population retreated underground, as any who were not equipped with a radiation and life support suit could not long survive on the Red Planet's harsh surface. Where the fuck did they all come from, you swear to god there weren't this many, and there weren't because they're using the library's information to fight their war. Filled with a combination of research labs, libraries, churches, forges, warehouses and factories, the Forge Worlds provide the Imperium with the vast majority of their equipment. Graia: Even more aspie than normal AdMechs, Graia are nearly immune to psykers due to being too logical to manipulate. Not forgotten, but outright lost.