- ANY of the extras made for the Imperial Guardsman's Uplifting Primer.
- The MEC entry states that the MEC has a range shorter than a Lasgunnote , will easily collapse on uneven terrainnote , claims that it can be easily impaled with a bayonetnote , and is too weak to hurt you with a punchnote .
- The Seeker entry states that its grip can be broken easily by a normal guardsmannote , goes down in one hit from a lasgunnote , that you can easily see through it's cloakingnote , and flak-armor will block it's plasma shotsnote .
- They also leave out that its tentacles have tools that let it cut through POWER ARMOR, though this is probably intentional, as there isn't really a way to word these tools in a non-threatening manner.
- And how did they find this out? Black used the seekers to strip several Sisters of Battle of their weapons and armor.
- Orkanis and Sekhareth form an odd pair of Those Two Guys, and are genuinely somewhat friendly with one another. Even better is their complaining, which sounds a lot like two older people complaining about "The kids these days."
- Taldeer's reaction to meeting Sekhareth: Black notes that he would relish the sight of her being well and truly stunned until the end of his days.
- Larissa's reaction as well: after overcoming her initial shock, she offers him tea. Sekhareth declines, since he can't actually drink it. The minute he leaves, Larissa has a nervous breakdown.
- Apparently, Black took pictures of it, too.
- During the trip to Kaurava, the characters play cards, including the precognitive and telepathic Eldar. Among other things, Black notes that having a perfect poker face (due to being a robot) doesn't help when playing against Eldar, while Kirnov's "perfect anti-telepath defense" apparently involves exploiting Dirty Mind-Reading.
Funny / When In Doubt, Blame the Eldar