Siege of the Emerald Cave

Siege of the Emerald Cave

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Instead of Imperium’s army, another force will try to destroy The Prisoner from the Emerald Cave. From Starcraft Zeratul, Zurvan and Sarah Kerrigan. Mystic powers teleported two protoss motherships and two zerg’s leviathans to the planet Pythos. On Pythos Anrakyr the Traveller (from Warhammer 40K) and his necrons already awaited them in order to join forces in attemt to stop The Prisoner from the Emerald Cave from escaping once and for all. From Metroid Dark Samus and Meta Ridley also were hired to help alliance.

But this time The Prisoner from the Emerald Cave is ready. Not only Corpulax and his plague marines managed to reach Emerald Cave, but also Mortarion and J’ian-Lo arrived just in time as well.

Orbital bombardment is not possible, because Prisoner might escape. And this means that alliance army now forced to march into Emerald Cave and face Prisoner and his allies head on.

In Emerald Cave daemonic horde, plague marines, plague lord and his master, daemon prince and supreme daemon ready to face them.

Armies ready to battle, alliance have only three days in order to defeat Prisoner, otherwise he will be able to get away.

Corpulax, Anrakyr, Zurvan J’ian-Lo and The Prisoner from the Emerald Cave are making their first appearance today.

Let the siege begin!

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33 Comments on "Siege of the Emerald Cave"

  1. the watcher March 14, 2015 at 6:18 am -      #1

    Isn’t Samus/Dark Samus way above anything else here? That being said, aside from her and Ridley, team 2 has nothing that could pose a threat to the prisoner alone. Mortarion isn’t even that much of a factor compared to him.

  2. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 8:45 am -      #2

    @the watcher

    “That being said, aside from her and Ridley, team 2 has nothing that could pose a threat to the prisoner alone”

    How is Anrakyr not a threat? He have anti-titan weapon with him:

    “Instead, the Pyrrhian overlord was filled with rage. His eyes flared while the axe blades on his head quivered with subtle vibration. Lights pulsed all up and down his chassis. Anrakyr raised his left hand, fingers outstretched into the gesture of hesitant decision and anticipation. His body deactivated as power was siphoned to a small weapon embedded in his wrist.

    Sentient necrons wailed in sudden terror of what was to come, while the triarch praetorians stationed themselves before the Traveller. Green lightning played about his gauntlet. Then a tiny object, a sliver of Anrakyr’s own necrodermis, launched from his wrist. Part of Anrakyr, a tiny fragment of all that he was, flew with it, leaving a curious buzzing sound in its wake.

    Reality itself shrieked as it was violated. But this was no phenomenon born of the warp, like the unearthly powers of the eldar or a crude human starship travelling beyond celestial bodies. This was necron science at its finest, the laws of physics and the material universe exploited to their utmost.

    The tachyon arrow gathered mass to it like a thunderclap, manufacturing matter from the air in an alchemical transmutation. It hit the tyranid front, slicing through several of the larger creatures before impacting with the ground. The world broke. Rocks fell. Tyranids died in their hundreds. His own warriors were ripped to pieces or buried beneath tonnes of rock”

    And won against bio-titan in duel:

    “Something screamed, setting his skull to shivering. Through occluding mists of boiled tyranid blood came a lumbering form. A crescent shaped head swept from side to side. The animal was the size of one of the huge human titan war machines, trundling forward on bladed limbs. A spiked tail lashed behind it. Scurrying along its flanks were lesser organisms, still fearsome, each easily the height of a necron.
    ///
    He slipped in the blood. Things swam in it, wormlike organisms and other, less identifiable creatures. They popped beneath his strides.

    Anrakyr cast his spear, lancing the weapon deep into the organism’s head. The animal slowed with a trilling squeal. He tried to sprint forward, but the blood slowed him. He managed a run. Then he leapt, fingers punching into the beast’s side.

    Other tyranids continued to spill from holes in its side, but Anrakyr ignored them. Thin blood oozed from the small wounds he punched in. He clambered onto its back and ran forward.

    It bucked and trembled, trying to dislodge the necron overlord. Anrakyr nearly lost his footing, only just avoiding falling from its side to be trampled beneath its thrashing claws. An orifice opened before him and a hissing thing climbed out. Anrakyr’s fist took it through the skull, punching through chitin and bone, popping the brain.

    His spear gleamed where it was lodged in the greater creature’s skull. It beckoned, like a flag. He wrapped his hands around the haft of the spear and thrust down, driving it through the braincase of the beast. It screamed one last time before it collapsed.

    Anrakyr leapt clear, ploughing through the pooling tyranid blood. He paused a moment, letting the sense of victory flow through him, but it felt hollow. The tyranids lost their coordination, milling in confusion.

    The overlord left the colossal corpse behind and rejoined the main body of his necrons.”

    He also have 4 monoliths, 500 deathmarks, hundred lychguards, at least nine crypteks as well as around 50 000 necron warriors, and ten canoptek spyders (and a few destroyers along with destroyer lord) in his private army, so even if he may not be enough, his army is a big threat to even Prisoner IMO.

    And Kerrigan with her zergs or Zeratul with protoss troops? Prisoner alone can’t hope to take them on, even with the help of his army and other heroes it should be hard for his side, right?

  3. the watcher March 14, 2015 at 11:01 am -      #3

    I forgot the about the cron. He could help a bit, but the prisoner was fighting a whole group of titans at once, and killed one when it slowed for a second.

    Feat for fighting, killing one comes when I have time. “Immense in its stature, the Prisoner from the Emerald Cave dwarfed all before it, including the black and white liveried Warhounds of Legio Crucius that were vainly unloading their guns at it.”

    Yes, it can take them on without much issue. It saved Corpulax from Draigo, who is more powerful than Zeratul by a fairly large margin, and there’s nothing to suggest that Zerg can resist any form of nurgle plagues. The nids only manage because of the warp shadow, and zerg don’t have that.

  4. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 12:29 pm -      #4

    @the watcher

    “Yes, it can take them on without much issue. It saved Corpulax from Draigo, who is more powerful than Zeratul by a fairly large margin”

    What about Kerrigan?

    “and there’s nothing to suggest that Zerg can resist any form of nurgle plagues. ”

    Guardsmen and Dark Angels also were able to fight against plague marines and Prisoner’s daemon army just fine. It was just when Prisoner himself joined the fray, only in that moments does they were affected by the corruption. But only after Prisoner “shoot” them with corruption. Yes he is a Nurgle daemon, but it seems that he rely more on brute force in battle.

    “but the prisoner was fighting a whole group of titans at once, and killed one when it slowed for a second.”

    Titan killing feat and Prisoner’s other feats: forums.spacebattles.com/threads/strongest-greater-daemon-that-prisoner-from-the-emerald-cave-can-beat.330642/
    Yes he did killed a Titan, but that Titan was only Warhound class and such thing is far inferior to necrons monolith IMO.

  5. GrandMaster March 14, 2015 at 12:59 pm -      #5

    I’m betting on team Nurgle. Not only do they have an unending supply of reinforcements that will only get bigger as the battle goes on, but they also have 2 supremely powerful sorcerers.

    Also, who the fuck is Jian-Lo?

  6. LadyRamkin March 14, 2015 at 1:01 pm -      #6

    Can Dark Samus Buff all her team mates with Phazon? And make clones of herself. And infect/corrupt pretty much everything, including things like ghosts. And have weapons that can hurt Samus, whom is really hard to hurt, unless somthing about her durability has been…… “disproved” (cant think of actual word).

  7. LadyRamkin March 14, 2015 at 1:14 pm -      #7

    Can Nurgle assimilate Phazon into his armies? Its kind of like a plague.

  8. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 1:26 pm -      #8

    @GrandMaster

    “Also, who the fuck is Jian-Lo?”

    Mortarion’s best buddy after Typhon betrayed Mortarion. Jian-Lo currently is the only reason why Mortarion still have any fame among daemons (after his defeat at the hand of Draigo, Mortarion became… well, not very popular among the daemons. Most of them still makes jokes about him and since Draigo made it difficult for Mortarion to travel even in warp… well you see how it is. Most of the once loyal to Mortarion daemons, greater daemons and Plague Marines abandoned Mortarion’s side because they think that he is weakling since he lost to a single Space Marine in duel. Mortarion was lucky though, now one of the few still loyal to Mortarion Plague Marines managed to became Daemon Prince. That Daemon Prince is Jian-Lo).
    In novel Mortarion was supposed to come to Prisoner’s side and help him, but because of Draigo he wasn’t able make it, so Jian-Lo came instead.
    Few feats for Jian-Lo:

    “Unheralded, a skeletal hand loomed out of the eddies of the warp, bony fingers taking grasp in reality and dragging through the rest of its emaciated body. Five metres tall and entirely devoid of flesh and muscle, a daemon prince of Nurgle strode through into the materium. Wings, their span the equal of the thing’s height, unfurled from its back. Glassy orbs in its inhuman skull regarded Space Marine and daemon alike, and its mouth parted in a grin, the stench of aeons’ old death emanating from a breathless exhale.

    Draigo was the first to speak. ‘J’ian-Lo,’ he spat.

    The daemon prince turned its head to face Draigo, the crack of bone against bone jarring to all who heard it. His smile widened in recognition.

    ‘Kaldor Draigo. So good to see you again,’ J’ian-Lo’s voice was like the scraping of a sarcophagus lid being removed. ‘Mortarion sends his regards. He did so want to be here to kill you himself but as you made that an impossibility, he allowed me to have the pleasure instead.’

    Moving with a speed beyond the ken of even a Space Marine, J’ian-Lo reached out with a gaunt hand and grabbed Draigo by the shoulder. Before anybody could react, both Grey Knight and daemon prince had disappeared.
    ///
    J’ian-Lo had teleported them both onto the hull of the Revenge.

    Bringing the Titansword up in a blur of silver, the upstroke caught the arm gripping Draigo at the wrist, almost severing the filthy bones. Its grasp relinquished, the Grey Knight reversed his motion and caught the daemon prince’s arm again on the downstroke, splinters of radius and ulna floating free in the void. J’ian-Lo’s face formed a snaggletoothed snarl, its visage incongruous without the noise of a roar to accompany it. Balling its fist, it swung its undamaged arm at Draigo’s head. Draigo reacted just in time, the huge knuckle making contact with his pauldron rather than his helmet. He spun at the torso, presenting his other shoulder to J’ian-Lo but his maglocked boots prevented him from being knocked back.

    Recovering, Draigo used both hands to slash violently upwards with his weapon, trying to splice the massive daemon through the sternum but his blow was countered. In the blink of an eye, J’ian-Lo’s ruined arm reshaped and refashioned itself, flattening and reknitting to form a wide, flat blade of bone. The Titansword locked against it, both wielders straining to keep the other’s weapon in place, but inevitably the daemon prince’s greater strength won out. Overriding his armour’s maglock, Draigo took two quick steps backwards. J’ian-Lo’s bonesword passed harmlessly through the space the Grey Knight had just vacated and embedded in the hull of the Revenge.”

  9. the watcher March 14, 2015 at 1:31 pm -      #9

    Kerrigan isn’t as powerful as this thing either. As strong as she was said to be, she never actually displayed anything needed to bring down something of this level. I might hate the Prisoner, but I think he wins.

  10. pimpmage March 14, 2015 at 3:03 pm -      #10

    Who the heck is this prisoner? The match doesn’t say where it’s from, and neither does a google search.

  11. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 3:13 pm -      #11

    @pimpmage

    “Who the heck is this prisoner? The match doesn’t say where it’s from, and neither does a google search.”

    He is from www.amazon.co.uk/Pandorax-Space-Marine-Battles-Dunn/dp/1849707561 which takes place during wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Pandorax_Campaign . Basically Abaddon, Huron Blackheart and their army tried to free supreme daemon of Nurgle (this is why Prisoner is so strong, he is not simply greater daemon or daemon prince, but supreme daemon, one step above daemon primarch. Chaos Undivided have Be’lakor as supreme daemon, Nurgle have Prisoner as his supreme daemon and rest of supreme daemons are not known so far) while Draigo, Grey Knights, Imperium army, entire chapter of Dark Angels and “him” try as hard as they can in order to stop Chaos and deal with Prisoner once more.

  12. Alpha or Omega March 14, 2015 at 3:53 pm -      #12

    Dark Samus can easily give her team phazon which will give them a tremendous boost.
    It can make them either dimensionally intangible, give them attacks that tear atoms into sub-atoms, or durable.
    It doesn’t help that once an ally dies, she can take their abilities once they’re dead via a clone.
    /
    Other than that, she’s pretty durable. She can take mini-nukes, sonic booms(which is a weapon that tears space and time), and it usually takes phazon weaponry to harm her and eventually put her into sub-atoms. Even then, she regenerated from an alternate dimension of a planet being destroyed which means anything equal or less, and she will come back. It took the destruction of phaaze, which removed all phazon, to kill her.

  13. the watcher March 14, 2015 at 4:39 pm -      #13

    ^more or less what I think. With her, team 2 wins, but without they get horribly stomped.

    @rookie
    I’m pretty sure Karios is Tzeentch’s supreme daemon, and Doombreed has that role for Khorne.(Even though he’s a prince.)

  14. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 4:44 pm -      #14

    @the watcher

    “I’m pretty sure Karios is Tzeentch’s supreme daemon”

    I think so too. He have a lot of building and hype about him, he is the most obvious choice, almost everyone will like him in that role.

    ” and Doombreed has that role for Khorne”

    Possibly, but I think that Heart of Blood is the supreme one. It was already stated in Dark Sun that he is the greatest among others DP of Khorne and he have hax armor+ killed entire army really fast.

  15. GrandMaster March 14, 2015 at 5:52 pm -      #15

    “@GrandMaster

    “Also, who the fuck is Jian-Lo?”

    Mortarion’s best buddy after Typhon betrayed Mortarion. Jian-Lo currently is the only reason why Mortarion still have any fame among daemons (after his defeat at the hand of Draigo, Mortarion became… well, not very popular among the daemons. Most of them still makes jokes about him and since Draigo made it difficult for Mortarion to travel even in warp… well you see how it is. Most of the once loyal to Mortarion daemons, greater daemons and Plague Marines abandoned Mortarion’s side because they think that he is weakling since he lost to a single Space Marine in duel. Mortarion was lucky though, now one of the few still loyal to Mortarion Plague Marines managed to became Daemon Prince. That Daemon Prince is Jian-Lo).”

    Huh. I will have to pick up that novel sometime. Also, in Mortarion’s defense, he had already waded through Draigo’s entire company and had Draigo on his knees in a chokehold. Draigo only won because he had Mortarion’s true name.

    “He is from www.amazon.co.uk/Pandorax-Space-Marine-Battles-Dunn/dp/1849707561 which takes place during wh40k.lexicanum.com/wiki/Pandorax_Campaign . Basically Abaddon, Huron Blackheart and their army tried to free supreme daemon of Nurgle (this is why Prisoner is so strong, he is not simply greater daemon or daemon prince, but supreme daemon, one step above daemon primarch. Chaos Undivided have Be’lakor as supreme daemon, Nurgle have Prisoner as his supreme daemon and rest of supreme daemons are not known so far) while Draigo, Grey Knights, Imperium army, entire chapter of Dark Angels and “him” try as hard as they can in order to stop Chaos and deal with Prisoner once more.”

    Does it explicitly say Th Daemon is Nurgle’s most powerful servant? I thought that was Mortarion.

    “Other than that, she’s pretty durable. She can take mini-nukes, sonic booms(which is a weapon that tears space and time), and it usually takes phazon weaponry to harm her and eventually put her into sub-atoms. Even then, she regenerated from an alternate dimension of a planet being destroyed which means anything equal or less, and she will come back. It took the destruction of phaaze, which removed all phazon, to kill her.”

    How does she do against mental and spiritual attacks?

    “I’m pretty sure Karios is Tzeentch’s supreme daemon, and Doombreed has that role for Khorne.(Even though he’s a prince.)”

    Fateweaver is Tzeentch’s oracle, but Magnus is his most powerful servant. As for Khorne it’s a little confusing, An’ggrath, Ka’bandha, Angron, and Doombreed have been stated at different times to be his greatest servant.

  16. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 6:06 pm -      #16

    @GrandMaster

    “Does it explicitly say Th Daemon is Nurgle’s most powerful servant? I thought that was Mortarion.”

    Mortarion was supposed to go and protect and help Prisoner in his plans. Also Prisoner crushed Warhound Titan in one moment.
    Also Prisoner granted Plague Lord power to ignore Draigo psy abilities as well as powers to beat Draigo with ease, while Prisoner was fighting against entire chapter of Dark Angels and other Grey Knights. And he was winning during this. And he didn’t actually tried his best either. Also “him” also consider Prisoner to be a greater threat than Mortarion and I think we can trust “his” (it is pretty big spoiler about who is this character, so I won’t name him) opinion about this.
    Yep, at least by feats Prisoner is sure stronger than Mortarion. And there is also one spoiler moment. I will not tell what exactly happened, but every Chaos God “helped” in liberation of Prisoner. This give us idea about Prisoner rank too.
    Lore is getting expanded it seems.

    “Huh. I will have to pick up that novel sometime. Also, in Mortarion’s defense, he had already waded through Draigo’s entire company and had Draigo on his knees in a chokehold. Draigo only won because he had Mortarion’s true name.”

    We all know this, but because of Draigo (at least during events of Novel) Mortarion can’t even leave his palace and can’t accept challenges or challenge others himself. And Typhus spread the rumors that Mortarion is now weak. And while J’ian-Lo is smart he is not the top-tier among DP, far from it and can’t really win against Typhus or greater daemons. So Draigo really ruined Mortarion in every way.
    I mean look at Angron. He was also killed by Grey Knight in duel (although he at least killed his enemy, so it was a draw), but nobody bound him, so if anyone calls him weak… Angron will have a chat with that person. Mortariion can’t do it, unless somebody will come to his palace.

  17. Rookie March 14, 2015 at 6:39 pm -      #17

    So for now Team 2 wins thanks to Dark Samus?

  18. Alpha or Omega March 14, 2015 at 6:54 pm -      #18

    “How does she do against mental and spiritual attacks?”
    /
    Since she is partly a copy of Samus’ suit and the other stuff is Samus’ DNA/Metroid Prime, she has her feats.
    For spiritual defense.
    That includes her defending against the Chozo Ghost from bypassing her suit and their attacks in Metroid Prime and the ghost in the wrecked ship in Super Metroid from teleporting into her suit.
    /
    For mental, the Ing is capable of easily mind r@pe, attacking willpower, and physical possession on others. The Luminoth only delay it, but Samus’ is pretty much immune to the first two.
    In Metroid Prime 3 Corruption, Samus’ suit helps resist Dark Samus’ mind control from phazon for which Dark Samus mind controlled an army with phazon.

  19. Mea quidem sententia March 14, 2015 at 6:56 pm -      #19

    Yeah, Dark Samus can reform short of atomic disruption. The sonic boom was intended to hurt Dark Samus 3. It’s during Dark Samus 2 that she can reform short of atomic disruption, so she’s much more powerful by Dark Samus 4 and her Metroid Prime 3: Corruption incarnation. By Dark Samus 4, she’s pure, Phazon energy. Pretty much, Dark Samus is a Phazon energy being.

  20. Alpha or Omega March 14, 2015 at 7:04 pm -      #20

    With durability and regeneration being said though, if she is somehow reduced to sub-atoms, it takes a while for her to regenerate.
    If her opponent can make Dark Samus into sub-atoms and then make quick work of the team before she regens, they can take it.

  21. the watcher March 14, 2015 at 9:33 pm -      #21

    Prisoner might be able to eat Dark Samus and mess her up like that, considering how it is in a daemon’s stomach, but that’s a pretty big “if”.

    Also, is Mortarion actually that weakened? I thought he was just banished like regular, and not actually bound to once spot.

  22. GrandMaster March 14, 2015 at 11:13 pm -      #22

    @Alpha or Omega:

    How would Dark Samus deal with the plagues of Nurgle? Which infect both mind body and soul in a variety of ways.

    “Also, is Mortarion actually that weakened? I thought he was just banished like regular, and not actually bound to once spot.”

    He got banished with his true name, and the effect a true name has on a daemon scales with it’s power. So he got super banished, not just normally banished like Angron.

  23. pimpmage March 14, 2015 at 11:54 pm -      #23

    “He got banished with his true name, and the effect a true name has on a daemon scales with it’s power. So he got super banished, not just normally banished like Angron.”

    Thats the shitty thing about demon prince primarchs. EVERYONE and their mothers know their real names. Its pretty funny.

  24. Alpha or Omega March 14, 2015 at 11:58 pm -      #24

    Dark Samus’ suit would block the soul and mind attacks. Has the plague ever infected something similar to phazon?
    Even then, she can just turn into sub-atoms and then back into to get rid of it.
    /
    It doesn’t help that Dark Samus has/is phazon, that same substance that pulled Chozo from a higher plain of existence and corrupted them. It also attacks the mind with phazon madness and mutates/augments pretty much anything.

  25. the watcher March 15, 2015 at 4:52 am -      #25

    @pimpmage
    Apparently not actually. If you haven’t heard Mortarion’s Heart, I won’t spoil it, but a major plot point is the difficulty with Mortarion’s name.

  26. pimpmage March 15, 2015 at 7:54 am -      #26

    Spoilers only bother me if its the new eisenhorn/ravenor series. Hit me.

  27. the watcher March 15, 2015 at 10:25 am -      #27

    A daemon primarch’s true name is the one the Emperor intended to give them, not the one they grew up using. None of the Grey Knights knew it, so instead they made a sort of explosive ritual that would work if someone did, and once they put it in Mort’s mind, because he did know his true name, then it blew him up.

  28. pimpmage March 15, 2015 at 11:14 am -      #28

    That sounds like a huge plot hole cover. He would not know his own true name. The emperor never named them either. They were never born yet. They were simply #1-20. Only magnus would possibly have been given a true name since emps chatted with him while he was still in the pod.

  29. the watcher March 15, 2015 at 9:30 pm -      #29

    It’s definitely a plot hole cover, but him finding out his true name upon becoming a daemon seems like it would work. And I’m pretty sure the Emperor was thinking of some names for when they came out of the pods.

  30. the silent king July 9, 2015 at 5:27 pm -      #30

    I have no idea how this will turn out…but can phazon even hurt the prisoner ? Because he’s bound to have some form of reality warping demon hax

  31. Alpha or Omega July 9, 2015 at 5:43 pm -      #31

    Phazon gave Metroids the power to phase out of local time space in MP3:C.
    Larger amounts like the one in Metroid Prime 2 Echoes not only devastated the planet Aether, it created an alternate dimension of Aether and put it into a dimensional flux.
    Phazon can infect or corrupt planets and gas giants.
    It can exist as energy or something as small as sub-atoms.

  32. pimpmage July 9, 2015 at 6:11 pm -      #32

    If am thinking of the right book, I recently finished reading the book about the emerald cave. That demon prince’s skin could only be pierced by a shard of the emperor’s divine armor. You would need something like the master sword, or an anti evil weapon.

  33. Alpha or Omega July 9, 2015 at 6:29 pm -      #33

    Would something as small as a sub-atom still work?

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