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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a [[Heretek]] [[Tech-Priest]] of the [[Dark Mechanicum]] and the Governess of the [[Daemon World|Daemon Forge]] of [[Gallium]] within the [[Eye of Terror]]. Gallium sought to be neutral in the [[Legion Wars|civil war between the Traitor Legions]], and Ceraxia was aided in this by [[Black Legion]] commander [[Valicar Hyne]]. During their fight against [[Thagus Daravek]] Valicar enforced Ceraxia's neutrality while simultaneously resupplying at Gallium. Later, Ceraxia and Gallium were inducted into the Black Legion and she became known as the ''Master of the Arsenal''.{{Fn|1}}
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is a [[Heretek]] [[Tech-Priest]] of the [[Dark Mechanicum]] and the Governess of the [[Daemon World|Daemon Forge]] of [[Gallium]] within the [[Eye of Terror]]. Gallium sought to be neutral in the [[Legion Wars|civil war between the Traitor Legions]], and Ceraxia was aided in this by [[Iron Warriors]] commander [[Valicar Hyne]]. During their fight against [[Thagus Daravek]] Valicar enforced Ceraxia's neutrality while simultaneously resupplying at Gallium. Later, Ceraxia and Gallium were inducted into the Black Legion and she became known as the ''Master of the Arsenal''.{{Fn|1}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 21 August 2017

Ceraxia is a Heretek Tech-Priest of the Dark Mechanicum and the Governess of the Daemon Forge of Gallium within the Eye of Terror. Gallium sought to be neutral in the civil war between the Traitor Legions, and Ceraxia was aided in this by Iron Warriors commander Valicar Hyne. During their fight against Thagus Daravek Valicar enforced Ceraxia's neutrality while simultaneously resupplying at Gallium. Later, Ceraxia and Gallium were inducted into the Black Legion and she became known as the Master of the Arsenal.[1]

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