Cherno Alpha is a Mark-1 Russian Jaeger. Piloted by husband and wife duo Sasha and Aleksis Kaidonovsky, Cherno Alpha is the last of the Mark-1 Jaeger series and the oldest Jaeger still active in combat.
Cutting-edge technology is usually superior to the older stuff. But sometimes heroes can’t use the latest equipment: it may have been destroyed, stolen, confiscated, or rendered inoperable (or obsolete). So what do they do? They take the older stuff out of storage and make do with it. And more often than not, the ancient devices still work just fine.
Cherno Alpha, however, was never decommissioned. It continued fighting from its construction until the events of Pacific Rim. The issue with Cherno Alpha is its noted lack of an escape route. This foreshadowing works as a sort of Chekhov’s Gun. The design is mentioned to prepare you for the Kaidonovskys: they will win, or die trying.
Except for an early script, which described the Kaidonvoskys not only surviving, but living because they FIRED THEIR ESCAPE POD THROUGH THE KAIJU’S HEAD, KILLING THE KAIJU AND SURVIVING
We could have had THAT as an option?!?
Oh my gosh, I feel stolen from now D:
#WE COULD HAVE HAD IT ALL
Deep in the Ultima Segmentum, precious resources and lost artifacts have been found in the recently explored Traxis sector. In order to secure these treasures, the Imperium of Man wages a bloody conflict, desperately holding back tides of traitors, Daemons, and Xenos alike. The foul forces of Chaos plunder and corrupt, furthering their own goals of conquest and madness. Meanwhile, alien races of all kinds build their own empires, casting out all who would challenge their dominance. Blood will be spilt. Champions will rise. The only certainty is that there can be only one victor.
Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce Warhammer 40,000: Conquest, a brand new Living Card Game® that casts two players into a head-to-head battle for the Traxis sector!
More infos HERE!