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"Bendita sea la maldición..."
Parte del mantra de los Dragones Negros


Los Dragones Negros son un Capítulo de Marines Espaciales, creado durante la XXI Fundación, o Fundación Maldita, justo antes de la Era de la Apostasía.

La Osmódula de los Dragones Negros ha mutado, produciendo crestas óseas en sus cabezas y cuchillas en sus antebrazos y codos. De forma parecida a la Compañía de la Muerte de los Ángeles Sangrientos, aquellos que sufren estas mutaciones se unen a una unidad separada, conocida como Garras del Dragón. En esta unidad, afilan esas protuberancias hasta que cortan como demonios, y las cubren de adamantium para convertirlas en horribles armas de combate cuerpo a cuerpo. Hay muchos en la Inquisición que dudan de su lealtad, y algunos Capítulos se han negado a luchar a su lado, especialmente los Ángeles Oscuros y los Marines Malevolentes.

Se rumorea que los Apotecarios de los Dragones Negros favorecen intencionadamente estos cambios, aunque es algo muy peligroso y que está prohibido en el Imperio. Cuando el tributo habitual del 5% de su semilla genética es exigido, a menudo se resisten a entregarlo, y a veces tienen que ser amenazados con acciones militares. Cuando la envían, su veracidad es desconocida, pues toda pasa las pruebas más exigentes, y algunos creen que ni siquiera es suya. Cómo logran hacerlo es un misterio, aunque el Adeptus Mechanicus está ansioso por investigar las prácticas médicas de los Dragones Negros.

Acciones notablesEditar

  • La Maldición del Hueso (232.M40): Los Hemónculos de El Maldito reciben noticias de la Fundación Maldita del Adeptus Astartes y de un Capítulo en particular: los Dragones Negros, cuya Semilla Genética ha mutado y provoca que surjan una protuberancias óseas de los esqueletos de sus guerreros. Tras hacer un trato con el pirata llamado Duque Sliscus, El Maldito ataca al Capítulo mientras está purgando el Sistema Donoriano de los monstruos que han penetrado el espacio imperial. Sobreviene una violenta guerra de golpear y desaparecer en la líneas espaciales, cuyas batallas se desarrollan dentro y fuera de las naves de guerra de los Dragones Negros. Aunque la guerra le cuesta a Sliscus varias de sus preciadas naves, los Eldars oscuros que abordan la cavernosa nave insignia Imperial capturan a una docena de los astartes más mutados del capítulo y los llevan de regreso a Commorragh. Durante un período agónico de tres años, en los cuales no menos de ocho intentos terminan en fracaso, los Hemónculos de El Maldito se turnan para experimentar con los prisioneros. No tardan en aislar y sintetizar la maldición ósea que acecha en sus cuerpos. El oseovirus resultante es destilado, convertido en arma y, en un experimento particularmente memorable, reintroducido en su huésped en una solución concentrada. El "dragón de hueso" que eclosionó de la carne del desafortunado conejillo de indias cuelga sobre la Cámara de los Susurros del cónclave.
  • Purga de Cable (M41): Los Dragones Negros, bajo el mando del Capitán Zartath, fueron los responsables de purgar el planeta Cable de los Cultistas del Caos conocidos como los Suplicantes Reencarnados. Los hombres del capitán Zartath persiguieron a los cultistas hasta alcanzar el borde de un precipicio asolado por el fuego. Era conocido como la Caída de los Condenados, pues ningún ser viviente podía sobrevivir a ella. Un océano alcalino había bañado aquel sitio decenas de siglos atrás, pero se había secado y había dejado en su lugar una profunda fosa. Antes de darles la opción de enfrentarse a ellos en la batalla o saltar a su propia muerte. Todos los traidores saltaron.
  • La Muerte de Antagonis (M41): Cuando la Plaga del Descreimiento estalló en el planeta Antagonis, los Dragones Negros respondieron a la llamada de ayuda del Inquisidor Werner Lettinger para combatir la plaga de no-muertos que amenazaba con engullir el planeta. A pesar de su presencia y la ayuda del 25º Regimiento de Fusileros Funerarios de la Guardia Imperial, elementos de la 4ª y 25ª Compañías de otro y de la Orden de la Espina Desgarradora del Adepta Sororitas, el planeta tuvo que ser evacuado y declarado Perdita, antes de ser limpiado de la mancha de Nurgle mediante un Exterminatus.
  • Purga de Flebis (M41).
  • Reconquista de Aighe Mortis (M41).
  • La Destrucción de Abolessus Gemini (M41).
  • El Tributo de Sangre (M41, posterior a La Destrucción de Abolessus Gemini): En las profundidades del espacio interestelar, el carguero Absolución fue abordado por Eldars Oscuros de la Cabala del Suspiro Afligido, con su Arconte Kthanys a la cabeza, ansiosos por saciar sus retorcidos apetitos con su tripulación y pasajeros. La 2ª Compañía fue enviada en misión de rescate, pero se tornó en un asedio cuando los xenos llevaron la nave a la Telaraña. Pese a las dificultades, las escuadras Pythios y Ormarr bajo el mando del capitán Volos presionaron, ejecutaron una retirada táctica hasta el enginarium, defendieron sus posiciones y salieron victoriosos cuando Sorina, la única superviviente rescatada, aumentó los niveles de oxígeno en la nave hasta convertirla en una antorcha gigantesca, incinerando a xenos y humanos por igual.

Organización Editar

Mutaciones Editar

One of the many gene-seed zygotes Black Dragon Neophytes are implanted with is the Ossmodula. This small organ has a complex function within the body of a Space Marine. It monitors and secretes hormones affecting epiphiseal fusion and ossification of the skeleton while engineered hormones encourage the forming bones to absorb ceramic-based chemicals administered in the Astartes' diet. Two Terran years following implantation, the Neophyte's long bones will have strengthened considerably and there will have been a general increase in the overall size of the recipient's skeleton. Extreme ossification of the chest cavity caused by growth of ribs forming a solid mass of interlaced bone plates provides a Space Marine with an armoured layer to protect his secondary heart and lungs. But the Ossmodula zygote of the Black Dragons functions in an abnormal way as the result of a mutation of its DNA, causing the growth of bony crests on the head, and blade-like protuberances from the forearm and elbow. Like the Death Company of the Blood Angels, Black Dragon warriors afflicted with such mutations are formed into a separate fighting unit within the Chapter. Known as the Dragon Claws, they sharpen these additional protrusions to a killing edge, and sheath them in Adamantium to turn them into deadly close-combat melee weapons. The mandible bone and teeth of a Black Dragon Astartes are also unusual, as their canines grow overlong and become pronounced like fangs. Their mouths, both inside and lips, are usually black in colouration. So too, their tongues, which taper to a sharp point like a dagger. This level of mutation strains the tolerance of the Inquisition and there are many recorded instances of other Space Marines Chapters (notably the Dark Angels and Marines Malevolent) refusing to fight alongside the Black Dragons. Some Chapters, such as the Marines Malevolent, would hunt down and execute what they regarded as deviations from the Emperor's genetic design, a template that had regrettably been diluted over the millennia since its initial perfecting. None now existed who could restore it, and so there were those amongst the Adeptus Astartes regarded as "cursed", although some Chapters did not ostensibly count themselves amongst these puritans, there were still some for whom the presence of such an obvious mutant element amongst their ranks was not only distasteful, but was also dangerous.

Sospechas inquisitoriales Editar

It has been rumoured that the Black Dragons' Apothecaries deliberately encourage the mutational growths which results in rampant ossification growth, going so far as to knowingly implant genetically aberrant gene-seed zygotes into some Neophytes. This is exceptionally dangerous, and the practice is strictly forbidden by Imperial edict, but old traditions die hard as the sheer ferocity of the Dragon Claws is much valued by the Black Dragons' Chapter Masters.

Diezmo de semilla genética Editar

Every Chapter of the Adeptus Astartes is required to send 5% of its gene-seed's genetic material to the Adeptus Mechanicus on Mars. This "tithe" serves two purposes: enabling the Adeptus Mechanicus to monitor the genetic health of each Space Marine Chapter, and storing Adeptus Astartes gene-seed with a view to founding new Chapters as needed by the Imperium. The Adeptus Mechanicus has on several occasions threatened the Black Dragons with military action unless it complies with this decree and even when the Chapter has submitted genetic data, its veracity has often been considered suspect as each sample provided has passed the most stringent genetic purity checks without fail. Without being able to prove anything, many Mechanicus Adepts believe that the Black Dragons submit genetic material culled from other, more pure, sources. How this can be possible is unknown and the Adeptus Mechanicus is eager to fully investigate the medical practices within the Black Dragons Chapter.

Miembros notables Editar

2ª Compañía Editar

Escuadra Nychus (Desmantelada) Editar

  • Aperos (Sargento Primero de la Escuadra de Mando Nychus y de la 2ª Compañía (Muerto)).
  • Reprobus (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Mando Nychus (Muerto)).
  • Volturious (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Mando Nychus).
  • Kommodor (Portaestandarte de la 2ª Compañía (Muerto)).
  • Urlock (Apotecario de la 2ª Compañía): Apothecary Urlock was led by Captain Volos of the 2nd Company on their operation to eradicate the foul xenos that took over Absolution, an Imperial conveyer.
  • Massorus (Capellán de la 2ª Compañía): Chaplain Massorus was the spiritual leader of Captain Volos' taskforce aboard the Absolution.
  • Rothnove (Epistolario de la 2ª Compañía): Rothnove was part of an operation that was executed by Captain Volos of the 2nd Company. Rothnove would proove himself to be useful against the xenos' powerful projectile-weapons.
  • Con Toharan al mando: Symael (Apotecario en funciones), Jemiah (Lexicario), Mattanius y Kataros

Escuadra Ormarr (Mando) Editar

  • Volos (Sargento de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr y actual Capitán de la 2ª Compañía): Captain Volos led a purging campaign against the vile Dark Eldars of the Desolate Sigh Kabal aboard the Universe-class Mass Conveyer Absolution. Volos led his twenty men against the minor Kabal while also trying to secure the human-hostages that were aboard the vessel. Eventually, circumstances turned against the Black Dragons when they lost contact with their flagship and were ambushed by Dark Eldar from all sides as they proceeded through the ship. Volos' salvation came in the form of a mortal-female who proposed to lead the marines into the atmospheric control chamber, from where she would unleash pure oxygen throughout the ship. Volos gave Dreadnought Nithigg an order to protect the mortal on her way to the atmospheric control chamber, while Volos and the rest of his men would lure most of the Dark Eldar away from Nithigg and the mortal. Volos and his men sustained losses while making their way to the ship's bridge, where Volos then clashed with the Kabal's Archon. At that moment, the ship turned into a blazing torch, as pure oxygen flooded the ship and was ignited by Nithigg's Flamer. Through the sacrifice of the ship's human population, Volos and his men survived and claimed victory over the sadistic Dark Eldar.
  • Nithigg (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr y actual Dreadnought de la 2ª Compañía): Entombed into the walking sarcophagus of a Dreadnought after his mortal wounds on a cursed moon, Nithigg would continue serving his Chapter for long after his "death". In Captain Volos' raid on the Dark Eldar aboard the Absolution, Nithigg was instrumental in escorting a human-female to the ship's atmospheric control chamber, from where he would unleash hell on the usurping Dark Eldar by flooding the ship's corridors with pure oxygen and then igniting it into a firestorm.
  • Vasuk (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr).
  • Braxas (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr).
  • Liscar (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr (Muerto)): Murió en la confrontación final con los Eldars Oscuros por la nave Absolución.
  • Jesterka (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr).
  • Ehrbon (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra de Asalto Ormarr).

Escuadra Pythios Editar

  • Toharan (Sargento de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios - Sargento Primero y Capitán de la 2ª Compañía (Muerto)): Traitor Black Dragon who formed the Disciples of Purity sect within the 2nd Company. Toharan was slain by his former Battle-Brother and close friend Volos at the conclusion of the Antagonis campaign.
  • Omorfos (Hermano de Batalla, después Sargento de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios (Reasignado)).
  • Xorion (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios (Muerto)).
  • Guerign (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios (Muerto)).
  • Ythagor (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios (Muerto)).
  • Bumalin (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios (Muerto)).
  • Qanel (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios).
  • Graal (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios).
  • Anghen (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Pythios).

Escuadra Neidris Editar

  • Danael (Hermano de Batalla, después Sargento de la Escuadra Táctica Neidris (Muerto)): Member of the Disciples of Purity.
  • Demorgon (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Táctica Neidris).

Escuadra Jormund Editar

  • Symael (Hermano de Batalla de la Escuadra Jormund (Muerto)).

Escuadra de Devastadores Lanx Editar

  • Sin miembros conocidos.

Escuadra ExurosEditar

  • Ennyn (Hermano de Batalla).

Escuadra Solemnis Editar

  • Lucertus (Sargento).

Sin asignar Editar

  • Savrax (Hermano de Batalla (Ormarr of Pythios).
  • Jemiah (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)):  Member of the Disciples of Purity.
  • Bumalin (Hermano de Batalla e iniciado en el Reclusiam).
  • Mattanius (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).
  • Kataros (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).

3ª Compañía Editar

Escuadra Ira Editar

  • Zartath (Capitán de la 3ª Compañía/Explorador de los Salamandras): Former Captain of the Black Dragons Chapter, Zartath had been captured in battle by the cruel Dark Eldar and forcibly taken to the Volgorrah Reef to live out a miserable life as one of the fighters in the Dark Eldar's cruel games and hunts. His time in captivity -- which according to him had lasted for six standard years -- had irreparably damaged his sanity, leading him to forget his rank and sacred duty to the Emperor. Concerned only with his own survival and that of those which had gathered around him, Zartath devolved into a merciless killer, a far cry from the noble form of a Space Marine. Tracked and hunted, Zartath eventually faced the baleful ruler of the Dark Eldars but was defeated. When elements of the Salamanders' 1st Company, the Firedrakes, launched a daring rescue mission led by Vulkan He'stan to save the Salamanders taken prisoner and retrieve the Sigil of Vulkan from the famed Chaplain Elysius, the grateful Chaplain convinced his brothers not to leave the Black Dragon behind. At this point, Zartath was considered at best, a rogue element, and at worst as a deserter, and quite possibly a traitor (for unknown reasons, relationships between Salamanders and Black Dragons have always been tense). Although Zartath demanded to be handed over a ship immediately as to rejoin his Chapter, his physical state was such that it required medical treatment. Zartath was subsequently imprisoned on Nocturne, where he awaited his fate. Believing in his possible restoration, Chaplain Elysius would teach him the tenets of the Promethean Cult, the teachings of Vulkan and the rites of self-cremation, which allowed Zartath's sanity to recover enough to be liberated. With no means to contact the Black Dragons and direly pressed by the situation at hand, Zartath was introduced into the Salamanders as an honourary brother and used as a scouting specialist; the Black Dragon proving far superior to the other Chapter Scouts in tracking illusive prey. This quality led Captain Agatone of the Salamanders' 3rd Company to request Zartath's aid in the quest for the fugitive Brother Tsu'gan who had left his Chapter for obscure motives. It was during this quest that Zartath would eventually be reunited with elements of his former company, the survivors of his Command Squad, which had been tracking him for years. Yet this reunion did nothing to alleviate the relations between the two chapters as the Black Dragons had boarded and conquered the Salamanders' vessel, the Forge Hammer, and at least one Black Dragon had been killed in the process.
  • Urgaresh (Sargento): Sergeant Urgaresh was the leader of the "Wrath" and appointed subsequent leader of the surviving Black Dragons following Captain Zartath's disappearance and capture by Dark Eldar. For an unknown number of years, Urgaresh maintained unit cohesion, restraining his more feral brothers descent into savagery. Urgaresh strongly believes in his cause and adheres to a strict code of honour which has kept him far less feral than his squad comrades, although he is by far the most afflicted by his Chapter's mutations. It was Urgaresh who took command of the Fist of Kraedor and tried to commandeer the Forge Hammer, leading the assault on the Salamanders' frigate and that would later reveal the true identity of Zartath. Following their reunification with their true leader, Urgaresh ordered his brothers to stand down and be taken prisoner by the Salamanders under Captain Adrax Agatone.
  • Thorast (Apotecario): Apothecary within the "Wrath", Captain Zartath's former Command Squad. The one-eyed Thorast was the most level-headed of the "Wrath", the one who seemingly was unaffected by his Chapter's genetic deviations and was thus considered with some regards and nobility amongst the small group of survivors.
  • Vai'tan Ushorak (Capellán Renegado): Vai'tan Ushorak was a Chaplain of the Black Dragons Chapter who fell to the corruption of Chaos and turned Renegade. He later served as a mentor to the Renegade Salamanders Librarian Nihilan in the ways of sorcery. Ushorak was slain when a strike force composed of the Salamanders' 3rd Company, under the command of Captain Ko'tan Kadai, caught up to Ushorak and the warband of Chaos Space Marines he had gathered around himself on the Cemetery World of Moribar while they were hunting Nihilan. While Ushorak delved into the secret crypts beneath the sepulchre world, the Salamanders and the Renegade followers of Ushorak fought savagely through the crematoria of that ash-blanketed world. At the height of the fighting, Ushorak was plunged into the central furnaces at the heart of the planet, while Nihilan tried to save his mentor but failed and was horribly burned in the process, barely surviving his horrific wounds. Eventually, from the tattered remnants of Ushorak's followers, the newly christened Chaos Sorcerer Nihilan forged the Dragon Warriors warband, determined to exact vengeance on the Salamanders and the people of Nocturne. The vengeful Nihilan was particularly determined to gain vengeance against Kadai, and proceeded to engineer the heroic Salamanders officer's downfall as revenge for his own horrific wounds. Nihilan also sought the sorcerous knowledge required to resurrect his mentor from the dead, no matter the cost.
  • Hakeem (Hermano de Batalla): Black Dragons-survivor and member of the "Wrath", infiltration specialist, Hakeem has been the most affected by the spiritual imbalance of his Chapter.
  • Skarh (Hermano de Batalla): Black Dragons-survivor and member of the "Wrath".
  • Ghaan (Portaestandarte (Muerto)): Ghaan bore the title of Vexillary -- or Standard Bearer -- of the "Wrath", Captain Zartath's former Command Squad. By far the oldest within their little group of survivors, Ghaan was a member of the "cursed Astartes" that boarded the Salamanders' Frigate Forge Hammer and the only member of the Black Dragons to be slain. While still onboard their own vessel, the Fist of Kraedor, Ghaan was hit several times by the Lightning Gun of one of the Mechanicum's Thallax. Though mortally wounded, Ghaarn would go on and fight for his brothers, dying shielding them from harm and on his feets, a true warrior's death.
  • Kor'Be (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)): Kor'Be was amongst several Battle-Brothers captured alongside Captain Zartath by the Dark Eldar and imprisoned on Volgorrah Reef. Kor'Be was the last Black Dragon alive except for Zartath himself by the time a group of Salamanders and Chaplain Elysius were taken prisoner. At some time in his grevious six-year-long struggle for survival, Kor'Be was captured and horribly disfigured by his captors, the Dark Eldar having surgically removed his bone-blades, teeth and tongue before releasing the diminished Kor'Be to the Reef. Kor'Be met his destiny valiantly fighting the gathered Wyches of Helspereth, the deadly consort of the Archon An'scur which ruled the Reef.
  • Jerrak (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).
  • Skellig (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).
  • Neroth (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).
  • Bhar’thak (Hermano de Batalla (Muerto)).

Otros Editar

  • Keryon (Hermano de Batalla y piloto de la Pira de Batalla).
  • Maro (Capitán del Fauce de Inmolación).

Flota capitular Editar

  • Puño de Kraedor (Destructor Clase Cazador): Nave de la 3ª Compañía. it was the small Escort-craft upon which the surviving members of the "Wrath" went searching for their missing Captain Zartath. It is unclear how long this search truly lasted as time flows differently within the Warp -- of which the Webway is a part--- and reality. By the time the Fists of Kraedor was found adrift and investigated by the crew of the Salamanders' Frigate Forge Hammer, the vessel had been drifting in the void for quite some time, the surviving members of the "Wrath" having been placed in cryogenic sleep for an extended period of time. Little better than a floating wreck, the Fists of Kaelor was swiftly abandoned by the Black Dragons, who sought to take control of the Forge Hammer instead. It is however unclear if the Fists of Kaelor originally belonged to the Black Dragons' Chapter Fleet or was indeed taken by force by the "Wrath". As random as their encounter with the Forge Hammer might seem, the Fists of Kaelor was precisely angled to close with the Salamanders-vessel undetected, Sergeant Urgaresh having somehow gained the information that Captain Zartath had been retrieved by the Salamanders and being held captive on the Forge Hammer.
  • Juicio Purificador (Thunderhawk (Destruida)).
  • Fuego Nocturno (Thunderhawk).

GaleríaEditar

Leer másEditar

Lista de Capítulos de Marines Espaciales.

Lista de Capítulos Leales.

FuentesEditar

Extraído y traducido de Lexicanum inglés y Wikihammer 40K UK.

  • Adeptus Astartes: Successor Chapters.
  • Codex: Armageddon (3ª Edición).
  • Draco de Fuego, de Nick Kyme.
  • Nocturne, de Nick Kyme.
  • Rebirth, de Nick Kyme.
  • Death of Antagonis, de David Annandale.
  • The Tribute of Flesh (Relato corto), de David Annandale.
  • Suplemento: Cónclaves de Hemónculos (7ª Edición).

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