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Audio adaptations from older, out of print codexes and other Warhammer 40,000 rulebooks by me, RJ Bayley. For lovers of oldhammer, middlehammer, Warhammer 40,00 lore and Warhammer lore in general. You can talk to me about 40K and which old 40K fiction I should turn my attention to next at https://twitter.com/RJBayley. Got an old rulebook you want to send me for me to adapt into audio? Get me on Twitter, above, or at robertjbayley@gmail.com. Many thanks to Graham McNeill for his help with ide ...
 
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I've gone ahead and started to title these. They're not the official titles, just ones I think appropriate. I don't mean to impede on the writer's original story, or put my stamp on it (even though I am, really), it's just because I think it's going to be easier for you to know which stories you have or haven't listened to this way, rather than try…
 
Oldex now has a Facebook page! Like to keep up to date with new releases and show your support for the project: https://www.facebook.com/OldexPodcastI thought Storm Troopers, now called Tempestus Scions, coming from the Schola Progenium was a relatively modern thing, perhaps brought in with the Scions replacing the Storm Troopers in...I want to say…
 
Oldex now has a Facebook page! Like to keep up to date with new releases and show your support for the project: https://www.facebook.com/OldexPodcast I had a choice between 3rd edition Imperial Guard or Space Marine codexes and listener Tom favoured the Astra Militarum. It's a wise choice; after the otherworldly and Lovecraftian weirdness of the Ne…
 
Happily, it all comes back around. My first Oldex adaptation was a Graham McNeill story, which felt appropriate given the help he gave me in attributing the authors to the correct stories. Its for the same reason it feels fitting that this last story from Codex Necrons 3rd ed. is one of his as well. Thank you for listening to this first...phase? Se…
 
Did they pick this storyline up elsewhere? A schism in the Adeptus Mechanicus caused by a necron worshipping sect?A great piece in 3rd. ed. Codex Necrons, both in terms of presentation and the possibilities it opens. You don't get many characters in these stories as the fiction is so short, so it's nice to be able to do three separate characters in…
 
One of the things I love about necrons is how they take inspiration from great Earth mysteries, thus suggesting that they were responsible for them millenia ago.In this piece by Phil Kelly he links the necrons to the Orion correlation theory of the real pyramid complex of Giza, as well as those pyramids near perfect alignment with the cardinel comp…
 
Abaddon the Despoiler himself gets receives a dark prophecy of something lurking beneath the crust of Mars. Thank you to Andy Chambers for writing the fiction I grew up with. Are there any old codexes you think I should turn into audio next Let me know at www.twitter.com/RJBayley or at robertjbayley@gmail.com. Many thanks to Graham McNeill for his …
 
This is a genuinely scary story that really plays up the Lovecraftian inspiration of the necrons. I wanted to do something quite cartoonish and OTT with this one, but I actually think it turned out sounding really good. Voice acting lesson: go cartoonish and OTT more often. Thank you to Andy Chambers for writing the fiction I grew up with. Are ther…
 
In this Callidus assassin story by Andy Chambers, an unwitting target is made prey by a manipulative, intelligent and powerful death dealer. Thank you to Andy Chambers for writing the fiction I grew up with. Are there any old codexes you think I should turn into audio next? Contact me at www.twitter.com/rjbayley or robertjbayley@gmail.com. Many tha…
 
A rough landing for the Adeptus Mechanicus on a Necron tombworld in this week's Oldex. Thank you to Andy Chambers for writing the fiction I grew up with. Are there any old codexes you think I should turn into audio next? Tell me at https://twitter.com/RJBayley/ or robertjbayley@gmail.com. Many thanks to Graham McNeill for his help with identifying …
 
The second of two videos I'm releasing this week to mark Age of Sigmar 3rd edition, written by it's creative lead Phil Kelly. Phil Kelly writes marvellously morose Eldar, and I tried to stay away from the typical lighter voice in favour of something more husky and deep for Ulthwé Farseer Maechu. Thanks for all you've done and do for the hobby and c…
 
To celebrate the announcement of Age of Sigmar 3rd Edition, I'll be releasing two videos this week written by it's creative lead Phil Kelly. Written nearly two decades ago, this story comes from the third edition of AoS's sister game, Warhammer 40,000. And, like the tabletop gaming/hobby visionary he is, he gave us a Deathwatch story 4 whole editio…
 
I love hearing from the voices that aren't represented on the tabletop. Went with a West Country accent as: A) It gives the character a salty seadog feel. B) After voicing Hafgan in Lee C Conley's audiobook of The Dead Sagas, I realise the West Country accent can sound really badass.Thanks to Phil Kelly for writing the fiction I grew up with. You c…
 
Black Templars vs. Necrons. If only there was a psyker to sort all this out in moments. Alas... You can talk to me about 40K and which middlehammer/oldhammer codex lore I should record next at https://twitter.com/RJBayley or robertjbayley@gmail.com. Many thanks to Graham McNeill for writing this and his help with identifying which authors go with w…
 
A member of the Adeptus Mechanicus details the impossibility of necron Gauss weapons. To make the cyborg AdMech voice how could I resist using a Gaussian dither? Thank you to Phil Kelly for writing fiction that I grew up with. Phil Kelly on Twitter: https://twitter.com/philkellywords You can talk to me about 40K and which middlehammer/oldhammer cod…
 
The second Graham McNeill story here on Oldex. Given the recent spotlight on his creation Uriel Ventris, I thought it only right to narrate/produce Darkness Rising as an audio story, which links to his novel Nightbringer. You can talk to me about 40K and which middlehammer/oldhammer codex lore I should record next at https://twitter.com/RJBayley or…
 
An intriguing story to find in Codex: Necrons 3rd edition because...well, you'll hear. You can talk to me about 40K and which middlehammer/oldhammer lore I should record next emailing robertjbayley@gmai.com or at https://twitter.com/RJBayley. Thank you to Phil Kelly for writing fiction that blew my childhood mind, and also my adult one. Phil Kelly …
 
The second installment of Oldex: my audio story adaptation of the wonderful fiction from out of print Warhammer 40,000 codexes and other books I grew up with. I hope you enjoy this story. I wanted to give the rogue trader a northern accent because: A) that the outdated societal associations with accents we hold today don't necessarily hold true in …
 
Welcome to this first installment of Oldex, in which I adapt the wonderful fiction from out of print Warhammer 40,000 codexes and other rules books into audio stories. First things first: thank you ever so much to Graham McNeill, the very author of this and so many other stories I grew up reading. Graham took the time to tell me the specific author…
 
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