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The Ecclesiarchy is unflinching in its punishment of those who commit crimes against the Emperor. Those judged guilty of the most heinous acts of treachery and betrayal are condemned to die – not by the executioner’s blade, nor even by immolation at the stake, but as the pilot of a Penitent Engine…

Mark Vasey-Saunders
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"Blood for the Blood God! Skulls for the Skull Throne!" — Khornate Warcry Khorne, also called the "Blood God," the "Lord of Skulls," the "Lord of Rage," the "Lord of Blood," "Taker of Skulls," and "Kharneth" among many other titles, is the Chaos God of war, hatred, rage, wrath, blood, martial honour, strength and murder. Its portfolio of interest covers the most basic and brutal of sentient emotions and actions, such as hate, anger, rage, the desire for destruction and the joy of killing…

A. Mesajh
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You kept that mule Kor Phaeron. Russ kept his kin-friends. The Lion kept Luther. Humans -- brothers and foster fathers -- saved and raised into Legion ranks. But not me. Not Angron, no. Did the Emperor teleport his gold-wrapped Custodians down to help me and my army? No. Did he free the War Hounds and order them to battle, fight alongside me? No. Did he save my brothers and sisters the way he spared and honoured the Lion's closest kin? The way he honoured Kor Phaeron? No, no and no. No mercy…

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"At long last we found ourselves in the great Elector city of Nuln, a place of refinement, sophistication, wealth and great learning — and a city in which my family had long had business dealings. At that time, the Countess Emmanuelle was at the height of her fame, power and beauty and her city attracted the wealthy, the aristocratic and the famous like a candle flame attracts moths. Nuln was one of the most beautiful cities in all the Empire." —From My Travels With Gotrek, Vol. III, by Herr…

Hunter Brett Calhoun