GM NPC Humer


Common Knowledge

WS 58 BS 22 S 40 T 41 Ag 25 Int 39 Per 25 WP 52 Fel 40

Movement: 2/4/6/12 Wounds: 14
Armour: Chain Reinforced Robes (3 All except Head)
Total TB: 4
Skills: Awareness (Per), Charm (Fel), Common Lore (Imperial Creed) (Int), Dodge (Ag) +20, Forbidden Lore (Heresy), Linguistics (Int), Parry (WS) +10, Resistance (Psychic Powers) +10, Scholastic Lore (Imperial Creed) (Int) +10, Speak Language (High Gothic, Low Gothic, Cherubabel) (Int).
Talents: Air of Authority, Blademaster, Crushing Blow, Cyphers (Armormants), Flock of Cherubae, Demagogue, Frenzy, Hatred (Chaos Space Marines, Daemons +10, Heretics, Mutants, Psykers, Renegades, Xenos [All], Iron Jaw, Litany of hate, Theurgy, Unshakable Faith (counts as Unshakable Will).
Weapons: Chain Greatsword (2d10+8 R; Pen 3; Sanctified, Tearing, Unwieldy), Hand Flamer Pistol – Flame Range 10m; S/-/-; 1d10+4 E; Pen 2; Clip 2; Reload 2 Full; Flame, Spray
Gear: Ecclesiastical robes, prayer book, servo skull (ecclesiarchical),

Litany of Hate: The Confessor’s loud condemnation of all things Anti-Imperial allow him to share his Hatred with those around him. So long as he is able to speak, all allies within earshot count as possessing all of his Hatred Talents.

Flock of Cherubae: Cardinal Humer may summon them with full action and command a flock of cherubae. If needed they will carry the cardinal through air. He gains trait Flier (5) but cannot engage melee as long as he is carried.


WS BS S T Ag Int Per WP Fel
10 10 16 20 28 16 27 22 10

Movement: 2/4/6/12 Wounds: 3
Skills: Awareness (Per), Concealment (Ag +10), Performer
(singing) (Fel +20) or Trade (Copyist, Tailor, or Valet) (Int +10).
Talents: Talented (Performer or Trade).
Traits: Flier 5, Machine (1), Programmed Instinct, Size
Weapons: Balled Fist (1d5–3 I; Primitive)
Armour (Machine): Head 1, Arms 1, Body 1, Legs 1.
Commands: Cherubim can be commanded as per a cyberfamiliar (see page Inquisitor Handbook 142). In addition it may be given orders to carry out any pre-programmed tasks it understands (i.e. “lay out my vestments”, “copy that tract”, “hold aloft the prayer scroll”, etc.)
Programmed Instinct: Cherubim will not attack or engage in violence unless specifically ordered to so. They flee if injured or startled, and left to their own devices they are indolent creatures, often perching in high places and simply watching until called for or set a task. Some might even regard them as sly, and stories flourish in noble households and churches of them filching small shiny objects and hiding them in the rafters.

-Believes the edifices of the Cult Imperialis should be heavily ornamented works of art, in praise of the Emperor. Stricter in treatment of mutants than Lucid[s]. Founded by Gracius of Armorm.
-Orthodox zealot who is immensely fond of cherubae.
-Gets organ transplants from Chorda dynasty.
-Relies on Chorda dynasty medics for rejuvenation process.
-Has plans to build immense cathedral for the glory of the Emperor. Beside plans has also funding from ecclesiarchy to build greatest cathedral at Koronus Expanse. Plans of the cathedral have been drawn by Theodor Cadizky and it acts as psychic resonator which armormants plan to use against daemon bound to the sun. 
-Has deals with Isolte, Arviragus, Boltazar, Fortius, Vladir for materials of the cathedral.cardinal humer
“Yes, you have my blessing on holy massacre of heretical heathens as the Emperor knows his own and there is none of them among those sub-humans.”


-Opens auto-temple in a cathedral under construction and announces to be Cardinal of the system.

-Receives great tithes (TF 25) from Judge Mordechai during opening of precinct-fortress of Sphaera Imperator


-Scholarium gets a boost as tens of thousands children left by conscripted citizens become orphans.

-Cathedral of Immaculate Truth has been targeted several times unsuccessfully by saboteur Wolfhart who has employed by Judge Mordechai with untraceable Thrones.


-Echo in the Immaterium caused by actions of Cardinal Humer. Vision of enormous ornated glass window, the fiery blue sun and an empty ecclesiarchical pulpit. Theodor Cadizky.