Talk:Sisters of Battle

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This article could use many more images. Fatum 22:10, 11 March 2009 (UTC)

Also, there are several ca/tg/irl SoB cosplayers. Can we get a couple more images of them in that section? We've got two pictures of the same chick but only one of our own.

Soulstorm = PROMOTIONS![edit]

Speaking of Sister Snuff. The After Battle Reports in Soulstorm crank up the creepy factor. When you capture their stronghold as other imperial forces (IG/SPESS MAHRENS), xenos who aren't complete jerks (Tau/Eldar), or factions that are extra killy (Orks/Necrons); the Sisters all commit suicide. But capture it with Chaos or Dark Eldar and suddenly a bunch of them survive the battle and are then distilled into huge amounts of high octane Rule 34 fuel. --KSB26 22:35, 12 June 2011 (UTC)

Sisters of Chaos[edit]

I honestly have an interesting idea for a Chaotic version of the Sisters. It'd involve girls taken by a Word Bearer with the title of Echo of the Word who oversee and train them as well as lead them in the Faith. They'd be taken as young girls or recruits of the Schola Progenium on transit to a Sororitas training instatution and molded in a darker and twisted version of the Sisters. Just want thoughts.

Why would the Word Bearers use such a strange and costly method of infiltration? Pilgrim of Terra (talk) 00:18, 26 November 2017 (UTC)

Why would they infiltrate? They can be used as as those Dark Apostles mirroring Chaplains in fluff: zealous, non-Space Marine Chaos fanatics mirroring Adepta Sororitas. They might even be the backbone of an actual Chaos Church (which we all know is the Word Bearers’s wet dream). User:Silenze

That's an interesting idea. It would certainly make for a unique Chaos Cult, and a story involving them verses real Sororitas would be pretty awesome. --Sieger (talk) 22:44, 4 January 2018 (UTC)

Is it really necessary to keep the below here for posterity?


We need a demotivational poster featuring Battle Sisters and lots of fire. Supertext: Sororitas demonstrate their devotion to the Cult of the Leprechuan. Subtext: The Cult of the Leprechuan Who Tells Us To Burn Things. 17:16, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Okay, now this is starting to get really painful. What the fuck is this leprechaun bullshit you're spouting and why? FatGit 23:11, 3 February 2009 (UTC)
This will all end up with 'holds up spork', mark my words ... --MY MIND BEARS A GREAT PAIN
I'm not Katy. And, this thing is not quite as random as that. I take it neither of you are big Simpsons fans? Here, second to last quote on [this page]. (That page, not a later page.) What the hell does a Simpsons reference have to do with the Sisters of Battle. Ralph Wiggum is a little boy who has schizophrenic hallucinations (auditory and visual) of a Leprechaun who tells him to burn things. The Sisters like "the purifying effect of flame" and use alot of flamethrowers. You do the math. 19:24, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
Too trite a reference. Also, you have not registered, and thus automatically are fgt. --MY MIND BEARS A GREAT PAIN 21:55, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
You HAVE registered, and thus automatically are fgt. -- 22:34, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
I hear Sheffield's pretty cold this time of year. --MY MIND BEARS A GREAT PAIN 23:06, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
Sisters are pedos before pyros. -FatGit 21:58, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
Not when they were 'Brides of the Emperor', nudge nudge, wink wink, say no moar. --MY MIND BEARS A GREAT PAIN