Crimson Vault (Supplemental Component)
Originally seen only as the central components of Vitalis class medical transports, crimson vaults are full scale liquid cargo holds equipped to keep blood fresh and viable. The Vitalis ships and their crimson vaults first came to prominence during the Exsanguination Wars and later during the Blood Plague crisis and the campaigns against the Foul Sisters, incidents where incomprehensible amounts of replacement blood were needed to keep the Imperial war machine functional or civilian populations productive and the transshipment of blood across void and warp became nothing less than a necessity. Though still rare, since then crimson vaults have appeared on some other ship classes than the Vitalis as well.
Red Plenty: This component gives Explorers a +10 bonus when performing the Triage extended action.
Blood Bank: When working to an objective that involves dealing with mass casualties such as disaster relief or attritional warfare, the players earn an additional 150 Endeavour Points.
Temple of Blood: Khornate entities double the bonuses gained from Frenzy to +20 when on board a vessel with this component.
Appropriate Hull Types: Any
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