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Tales of the Tigers
Background information on the Fighting Tigers
Traveller of Both Time and Space <> Fighting Tiger Black Ops <> The Gray Tiger  
Stalking Tigers  <> Reconciliation <> Tigers Eternal <> Dharma

From the beginning, Warhammer 40K has always been more than just a game you play with figurines. It’s also a nightmare future where the people are different from you and me not so much because they fly between the stars and use laser weapons to battle fearsome aliens, but mostly because their way of thinking is utterly opposed to ours. In the 41st Millennium, freedom is abhorred, hate is a virtue, brutality and ignorance are essential for survival, and human life is meaningless. Misery, fear, slavery, and death are not only to be accepted but also embraced. 

The citizens, warriors, and rulers of the Imperium are the “good guys” only because the enemies of the Imperium are so much worse: bestial Orks, hopelessly insane Chaos Space Marines, predatory Tyranids, emotionless Necrons, manipulative and menacing Craftworld and Dark Eldar. Death is the true ruler of the galaxy: millions die every day across thousands of worlds in hundreds of wars. Heroism is a cruel joke: no matter what a warrior may accomplish, his ultimate reward is almost always an agonizing death on yet another battlefield, against yet another enemy, in yet another war. “Old soldiers” are rare in the 41st Millennium, and they almost never “fade away.”

Any good work of 40K fiction should do more than just record the action of a battle: in the hyper-violent 41st Millennium, who shot whom with what weapon is almost an insignificant detail. Rather, a good 40K tale should illustrate something about this almost unimaginable time and the people who are almost as alien to us as the inhuman creatures that fill their universe. Hopefully, I’ve accomplished that in these Tales of the Tigers.

If you're new to the Jungle and the Fighting Tigers, spare a minute to get some background on them.


Traveller of Both Time and Space:  A serial featuring Raja Shamshir Talatra

Fighting Tiger Black Ops:  Elite Tigers battle enemies from within and without to save Veda

The Gray Tiger: Sudra Patel battles alone against the Ozone Scorpions

Stalking Tigers: Three Eldar Rangers--the hunters, or the hunted?

Reconciliation: Tigers vs. Dark Angels, with two Captains in the middle 

Tigers Eternal: On Veda, an ancient Space Wolf learns an even older secret 

Dharma: From the distant past, the origin of female Fighting Tigers 
 
 
 

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