Sisters of Sigmar FAQ by Freud
Please note: Games Workshop Ltd. is a company that likes to supress parody and satire. Thus they have asked ud to censor select parts of this FAQ.
Furthermore, we are compelled to state that this post-censorship version this FAQ does not necessarily deal with the Warhammer universe, as owned by Games Workshop Ltd.. This FAQ could be dealing with *any* fantasy setting, or a historical setting within the Holy Roman Empire where there is/was in fact a city called Marienburg.
Thank you for understanding.
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Q: How come the core rules don't feature a core Warband like the Sisters of [Censored]?
A: Shortly after the fall of the comet, the sudden influx of drunken sailors caused the Sisters of [Censored] to wonder if monastic life was really all that hot.
Seriously, why haven't you included the Sisters of
A: Young blond virtuous virgins in a lawless city filled with warring males - we couldn't take them seriously.
Q: What Mounts can the Sisters of [Censored] ride?
Q: But the Sisters
[Censored] are pure
and devout while the Witch Hunter Inquisition are corrupted!
A: Oh yearh, pure.
Captured Sister Superior: I am going to tell the Grand Inquisitor that you raped and sacrificed me to the Unholy Gods 18 times.
Satanic Cultist: But we only raped and sacrificed you to the Unholy Gods 17 times?
Captured Sister Superior: Yes, but hopefully it'll be a while until he arrives.
Q: YYou do realize that the Sisters of [Censored] operated out of a massive fortified keep, right? One that weathered the comet strike better than most of the city and was thus rather hard for roving warbands to break into? One where they welcomed any woman who wanted shelter from the sort of raping arseholes you seem to be glorifying? And they only came out in groups and well armed?
Q: Why is rape
A: Jokes, like dreams, satisfy our unconscious desires. Jokes provide pleasure by releasing us from our inhibitions and allowing us to express sexual, aggressive, playful, or cynical instincts that would otherwise have no outlet in civilized society.
Q: I'm offended
that you glorify rape.
A: But we don't glorify rape. We don't say anything positive about it, and if the person in question wants it (such as she does in our story), we're dealing more with something like a kinky sex game than forced copulation. And by the way, rape sucks.
Q: If you don't glorify
rape, then why do people scream and bitch about it as if you did?
A: Did we forget to mention that part? Yeah, whatever you try to build or create -- be it a poem, or a new skill, or a new relationship -- you will find yourself immediately surrounded by non-creators who trash it. Maybe not to your face, but they'll do it. Your drunk friends do not want you to get sober. Your fat friends do not want you to start a fitness regimen.
Just remember, they're only expressing their own fear, since trashing other people's work is another excuse to do nothing. "Why should I create anything when the things other people create suck? I would totally have written a a better rule set myself by now, but I'm not going to make something shitty like these guys did! Oh yeah, on second thought, the vanilla rules are just grand, and they can't be improved at all."
As long as these people never produce anything, they kid themselves that they could have done better. If they had actually taken a stab at improving the rules, it would have been amazing. Not like the shit we made.
Q: I don't care
what you say, I'm just going to repeat the rape accusation forever because if I
act like a four-year old, then you're going to have to assume the role of
A: What you're doing is called focusing on the form to avoid hearing the content. Your actual beef is that we made a rule set that you feel threatens something you already know and like. But rather than offer an informed critique, you use the ingenious technique of digging through tangential material until you find a joke that is offensive when taken out of context, and then you talk and think only about that! Well, if a single offensive word can render an entire rule set unplayable, then you're a genius, boy. Great for you.
Q: Ok but I still
think you guys are fat ugly virgins who hate women. Rape is offensive to women
A: Now you're Focusing on the Messenger to Avoid Hearing the content, lol. Random trivia: There were women on the initial Coreheim design team and they had no problems with the jokes. What's offensive to women everywhere is being reduced to porcelain entities who need men to be offended on their behalf. In fact, grouping people together on the sole basis of their sex sounds and awful lot like sexism to us. People are individuals. They are not their gender or race.
Can we get on with the Sisters FAQ now?
Q: Why do the Sisters have Steel Whips?
A: Because you've been a bad, bad boy.
Q: Seriously, I imagine some great fluff with the Sisters being torn between their religious loyalties and their loyalty to the Imperium.
A: Great, so do we.
The Sisters were tending
to a wounded Mercenary when the Matron Mother addressed her Nuns:
"I have just finished bathing him and we must be weary as to whether he worships the Unholy Gods. It appears that he has the word 'Maurg' tattooed on his penis."
"No, Mother Matron" said a young Sister Novice,
"I washed him yesterday and it says 'Marienburg'."
Q: How come the Sisters of [Censored] cannot use edged weapons?
So that male players can dream safely, without fear of castration anxiety.
Q: What do you call an Augur with a sex change operation?
A: A tran-sister.
Now that you have read this FAQ that does not necessarily deal with the Warhammer universe, but could be dealing with *any* fantasy setting. Please note that for the purposes of Mordheim explicitly, someone has posted an unofficial Sisters Lists for Coreheim. While interesting, we recommend that you stick to the Core warbands, and we cannot provide technical support for unofficial lists.
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