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Inquisitor Cut-ups

The cut-up technique is a literary extension of collage, involving randomly picking words or phrases from an existing body of text. It was pioneered by Tristan Tzara, and first published in "To Make a Dadaist Poem" from Dada Manifesto On Feeble Love And Bitter Love (1920). A hundred years later, works such as Tilt (2020, Alex Yari, Little Dreamer) and Cut Up Solo (2021, Peter Rudin-Burgess, PPM Games) advocate for the use of cut-ups in providing inspiration for role-playing games. The Dark Heresy role-playing game is set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe and has the player characters in the role of acolytes working for the Inquisition. Therefore, the various Black Library books that feature Inquisitors are an ideal source for the application of this technique. This page generates sets of random snippets from the following series:

engraving tool to beam not
the cyclopean spans, passing through
moving more cautiously as they
and conveying respects. Few needed
pointing to a narrow conduit,
the blood off her sword
been sixty days since his
loyal, uninfiltrated unit and they
sipping at her drink, but
was empty. Such negligence was
pocket, and gazed at it
the rail, moving on a
active talent. It seemed so
I could tell Aemos had
mauve stole dangling from Serpilian’s
excessive sensory input being provided
and disappointment. ‘It’s too late,
another and smashing his face
Misericord just before her entry
He fired a single round
altar took up one end
Preest – in full robes and
be a state of global
glimpses of more bodies on
Maxilla had hit on the
dirt and dry blood. They
to the main bridge. The
deck grille. The strange, fluid
an emergency signal from Kyrlock
styled himself with the subsector's