I'm actually in conversation with a club in the UK (the overlords) that has run a few narrative campaign days. The narrative part is what I am really looking at playing with.
I have a Planetary empires set (that I think is actually ed'bangers...) and will totally be using that to at least map it out.
I'll be sure to give people more information as I start working on it... but here is a teaser...
+++Incoming transmission: From Agriworld Perthenian IX+++
+++Message reads: Help!! We are attacked on all fronts, what the frak do they want here? We have nothing, I don’t understand. Send help, Emperor protect us, send HELP!!+++
+++Incoming transmission: Inquisitorial security clearance code Alpha Alpha Foxtrot Sierra Hotel +++
+++Message reads: They know. Emperor knows how, but they know. Send immediate support. The Emperor protects+++
Retaking Perthenian IX
In the Pacificus Region, Astralius Sector a small agriworld called Perthenian IX sits. On this small and unremarkable planet, the forces of Chaos arrived. From nowhere the four ruinous powers congregated. Crops burnt, streets ran red with the blood of innocent farmers, planetary defence personnel either died in vain, or gave themselves up to the new powers running rampant in the streets. Plague marines walked amongst the populace spreading disease; Tzeentch daemons gibbered in the halls of the nobles; Slaneesh cultists… well, did what Slaneesh cultists do, really; and Khorne followers slaughtered anything that moved.
Amongst all the carnage, one small area remained untouched. At the heart of the largest continent on Perthenian IX a small Outpost stood untouched. No one on the planet really knew what it was, as it had been there from the earliest days of terraforming generations ago. Not even the Ministorum knew its purpose; only that once a decade, a small shuttle arrived and landed inside, then left one year, to the day, later. All other attempts to enter the outpost were met with automatic defence systems that offered no opportunity for discussion or questions. Merely one warning shot.
It is at this point of carnage, with the four ruinous powers assembled, the inquisition became involved…
Although, I am open to building in some Orks there somewhere...
"There are some people who think less is more. Warhammer, conversely, believes that more is always more."
"Cry "Havoc!!", and let slip the dogs of war" Julius Caesar; Act III, Scene I