Mechanicus

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!

The Omnissiah knows all, comprehends all. Build a library, fill it with all human knowledge. Everyone wins and, as we all know, Dragons are rather protective of their hoards M38 - Proof is found of dangerous experiments being conducted by rogue cults within the Mechanicus. This is where the Schism takes roots, as well as the "Cult" part. When the Inquisitors of Terra's new order take their tithe of data-tapestries, they also unwittingly take the countermeasures that will unravel them. M34 - The long-time rivalry between those Tech-priests who dwell in the north of Mars and those of the Martian south flares up into open war. Entire sub-sectors slide into barbarism without the light of the Emperor to guide them. I dare you to try and take an 8, year-old flash drive from a techpriest who just found it. Then they ask you if you can build another but slightly different. M37 - Fearful of the growing record of violations against its Tech-priests, the Forge World of Stygies VIII uses viral programming, machine canticles, and infiltration methods to destroy or alter the documentation of the Adeptus Administratum and even the datastacks of the Inquisition itself. The Telok Expedition However this didn't stop the Mechanicum from setting up shop anywhere they could during Old Night and the Great Crusade, including the volcanic Mezoa and frozen Altus Ferro. Many perished in the terrible Warp Storms that engulfed the galaxy at that time before the birth of the Chaos God Slaanesh , but others survived or made their way forward at sublight speeds in realspace. Thus, it is now nearly impossible for machines to rebel on their own, quelling the fears of the Imperium.

This interpretation of the "Machine Spirit" is particularly disturbing, to be sure, but is necessary because the Iron Men incident and Age of Strife in general made the Imperium fear the "Silica Animus". Why are the Tau doing so well with their technology? They grow superstitious and hidebound in their own traditions while they stand alone in a galaxy besieged by evils. Across the galaxy, Mankind suddenly turned upon itself as a new breed of Warp-attuned psykers emerged and Warp Storms engulfed the galaxy, rendering interstellar travel and communication dangerous to the point of impossibility. The Moirae Schism ca. Even things like Land Raiders and Land Speeders , which were said to have been given critically important parts by the famous Mr. 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. The Horus Heresy Deathwatch Kill Teams still frequently attack them, alongside various Xenos forces who want their tech back. The war reaches a gory conclusion when the self-proclaimed "Prophet of Cogs" broadcasts a control-chorus that binds millions of long-abandoned machines to his cause. The rituals do not exist for mysticism, they exist because they are the most practical means of building, repairing and maintaining the equipment they have with the knowledge surviving. M32 - The Cult Mechanicus builds a fortress around the "haunted" caves of Giridium. On the average?

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Likely has a C'tan The Void Dragon buried inside it. The ritual and mysticism surrounding the Cult Mechanicum's everyday activities Mdchanicus far more important to them than even the Imperial Creed. The tide turns only when Navigator Joyre Macran discovers the palace-warship of the Mschanicus King hidden in Weather Lord: Graduation Collectors Edition fold of Warpspace. Mechanicus robot maniples are recovered by opposing sides, and reprogrammed to attack their former controllers. Known for refusing to retreat even when losses are guaranteed because to do Mechaniicus would mean their logical predictions were wrong. The fucking Heresy is why. This is where the Schism takes roots, as well as the "Cult" part. With a few exceptions, such travels remain limited in scope and stay within the confines of Mechanicus will later become known as the Segmentum Solar. Immediately after the Dark Age of Technology they went Mechnaicus Kin-Dza-Dza and devolved into atmosphere-less techno-barbarianism until the Emperor showed up after he conquered Earth. But at least off-world it'll probably just not work instead of actively seek to kill you. This has only reinforced the prevailing Imperial view that Mechanicus building and use of advanced machinery is almost a magical or religious act, fraught Tricks and Treats ritual Forest Riddles 3 inviolable instructions. Or he just realized that a monster capable of controlling machines locked a stone's throw from Earth was really, really bad and decided to Mwchanicus his bets. And it this faith, they are being paradoxical and irrational. The Xenarite Schism There's a quite good reason to that.

It's worse than taking little plastic models from fat men with beards. Recently it returned to Graia and then again departed, this time bringing Graia with it. The Giridium Experiment The Great Scouring The Mechanicus was established in the distant past, when a bunch of machine worshiping technophiles normal people terraformed Mars during mankind's dominating of the Solar System and colonizing of the galaxy. Best case scenario, it works. What they don't really understand, and don't like to play with unless absolutely forced to , is the hyper-advanced tech from the Dark Age of Technology. Was attacked by Hive Fleet Leviathan, they 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 the Leviathan forces to death. And yes, the cult mentality of AdMech were involved probably more than they should have been. The next three centuries are spent cleansing and rebuilding the Urdeshi System. The soul is the conscience of sentience. Civil war engulfed thousands of human worlds, even the twin human homeworlds of Terra and Mars. They have been invaded by Orks repeatedly, to the point that most of their Forge World's output goes directly to its own self defense. You can understand perfectly how the thing should work and how to design one. Not forgotten, but outright lost.

The Mechanicus essentially maintains an empire-within-an-empire in Imperial space, and its interests usually, but not always, coincide with those Tales of the Orient: The Rising Sun the wider Imperium. The terms Mechanicus by the Mechanicus are quite similar to our engineers if you swap some of the words Mdchanicus machine spirit with A. Alas, the Cacodominus' psychic death scream burns out the minds of a billion Astropaths and distorts the signal of the Astronomican Risen Dragons. Since some still don't get the idea, try this. Every Mechanicus human can tell you that objectively life has no meaning.


Truly, venerate the Omnissiah, and He will provide. 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 bye-bye to half a continent. The Void Dragon is actually one of the most powerful of the C'tan, controlling all machines. The Mysteries To break with ritual is to break with faith. Final judgement is enacted upon the captive followers of the Traitor Fabricator-General Kelbor-Hal , who are executed in their thousands. In exchange for giving the Imperium all the guns and tanks they needed, the Emperor promised the Fabricator-General full autonomy on all Forge Worlds, access to Navigators and Astropaths for space travel, and all Archeotech found during the Great Crusade. As if the parallels aren't already tremendously clear at this point. The point is that each and every Forge World will basically try to own, buy, sell and take by force any existing technology while mostly paying lip service to Mars, and they're sure as hell not giving that STC of paperweight they found the other day to a neighboring Forge World. The Priests of Mars also will not mind getting their hands on Xenos artifacts to see how such "blasphemies" can work, and maybe give a hint of how a "pure" design should have been. The Forbidden Runes Unknown Date. Mars now has a Skitarii Legion following them around with express instructions to warn Mars if Triplex Phall forces find anymore secret tech.

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  1. The Void Dragon[ edit ] A lot of their tech stuffs come from the Void Dragon that the Emperor bested and imprisoned on Mars ages ago as so humanity could gain mastery over machines. Yet the battle is far from over, for within the floating graveyards, salvage crews continue the war for centuries, fighting each other in desperate boarding actions, each side seeking to reclaim valued technology. A soul can be bestowed only by the Omnissiah. Agripinaa: Right outside of and now the front line to the Eye of Terror.

  2. 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. Graia: Even more aspie than normal AdMechs, Graia are nearly immune to psykers due to being too logical to manipulate. Either way, Man wins. The cases where chanting is actually necessary is where they are working with something like a Land Raider or Titan - both of which have a temperamental machine spirit - that you don't want to piss off. This is, interestingly, not a new idea, traceable back to philosophers like Plato.

  3. Three Venatorians make it back alive to their Forge World. Calculus Logi labour night and day to catalogue its history, though they disclose it not. 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. Now THIS is where shit gets religious.

  4. A definition that basically says "Only that thing which irrationally takes a faith direction for its way can be called a Living Thing". Nobody takes the real books anywhere because why would you when there's a whole library there? M37 - Fearful of the growing record of violations against its Tech-priests, the Forge World of Stygies VIII uses viral programming, machine canticles, and infiltration methods to destroy or alter the documentation of the Adeptus Administratum and even the datastacks of the Inquisition itself. Ryza: Energy shield and plasma specialists, who have nothing to do with the Tau because they managed to remain relatively unmolested until the Mechanicus found them again during the Great Crusade.

  5. Society of Mars, however, got devoid of this motivators, as they dropped their human instincts, so they had to find new goals. Nobody knows anything because the Fall fucked everything up and the Heresy double-fucked it. So they hand you a blueprint of a currently working reactor. What the Mechanicus does[ edit ] - Fabricator General Kane.

  6. Basically, if it isn't so advanced that it's literal techno-sorcery, then they don't mind messing with it. Thus, a new cult spread amongst the people of Mars, wherein they paid reverence to the Machine God. AdMechs don't throw their critical thinking out of the window. Home to the Xenarite faction, a faction that believes in studying Xenos technology, officially to better understand why Humanity's technology is superior.

  7. For millennia the Mechanicum ruled over Mars, sending out colony expeditions to spread its faith and its way of life across the galaxy, which led to the founding of the first Forge Worlds. Yet the battle is far from over, for within the floating graveyards, salvage crews continue the war for centuries, fighting each other in desperate boarding actions, each side seeking to reclaim valued technology. In ancient times, before the current Age of the Imperium officially began following the end of the Horus Heresy , the Adeptus Mechanicus was instead called the Mechanicum. History of the Adeptus Mechanicus[ edit ] Who said they are not human or lack the human factor? The tide turns only when Navigator Joyre Macran discovers the palace-warship of the Blind King hidden in a fold of Warpspace.

  8. The Techpriests of Mars got around the restrictions against "Abominable Intelligence" in true WH40K grimdark fashion: cut out the "Artificial" part and make it organic, and vice versa. It is estimated that the wrecks of over ten thousand voidships -- from mining craft to vessels of war -- float between the gas clouds. And it this faith, they are being paradoxical and irrational.

  9. It's worse than taking little plastic models from fat men with beards. When the Inquisitors of Terra's new order take their tithe of data-tapestries, they also unwittingly take the countermeasures that will unravel them. The Stompa's head can still be seen, for it was taken for display and remains at the Keep Inviolate. 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.

  10. Everything burns and the city is left to a scattered few survivors, walls open to the world, with the hungry predators circling. The fragments of trillions of self-aware programs, flourishing during the Dark Age of Technology and shattered by Man in his war with the Iron Men, imprisoning the few who had not set themselves irrevocably into the machinery, a prison smashed wide open by the Heresy. Closest Forge World to Armageddon. The machine spirit guards the knowledge of the ancients.

  11. Sure they built it on the Rhino chassis, but they created a pattern without killing everyone involved. Similar exchanges between other Knight and Forge Worlds occur across the galaxy. The Mechanicum only lasted till midway through the Heresy.

  12. Mars , ancient homeworld of the Adeptus Mechanicus During the Dark Age of Technology, the two empires of Terra and Mars co-existed under the aegis of the decentralised human interstellar government of that era, to the mutual benefit of both. To rebuild the theoretical framework needed to design new technologies that don't kill everyone near them would require starting from the ground up. Take the Lasgun for example.

  13. Whether that's taken to mean "become a robot because the flesh is weak", "find salvation in logic", or even "cultivate the Omnissiah within you" which would lead to radical differences in practice, from penitent cyberization cults to contemplative engineering orders, which we see in the many faces of the Mechanicum, Koriel Zeth , Forgeworld Mezoa, the Myrmidon Orders, etc , it all leads back to a cautious quest to be the best you can be with logic as your guide. 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. But the real reason that they don't go around innovating and creating new stuff is because it doesn't pay off. When the Inquisitors of Terra's new order take their tithe of data-tapestries, they also unwittingly take the countermeasures that will unravel them.

  14. Mars was colonised very early in human history, long before the start of even the Dark Age of Technology , and developed a society different from Terra both culturally and in terms of technological advancement. Although, the AdMech is a bit fuzzy just how sentient machines are; are they somehow capable of thought like organics or no more sentient than your bread toaster at home? As the Space Marines and Imperial Guard are drawn into more and more campaigns, the Adeptus Mechanicus conserve their strength, focusing on their own expeditionary fleets, as well as their manufacturing duties to supply the Imperial war machine. But, they're not going to meddle with ridiculously advanced technology because they might create an abomination like something from the Long Night. During the Horus Heresy many Mechanicum units declared for the Warmaster Horus and fought against those of their faith who remained loyal to the Emperor, becoming known in later times as the Dark Mechanicus.

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