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Jubal Khan

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2drones.gif This article is about the Current Chapter Master of the White Scars, for the Heresy-era commander see Jubal Khan (Heresy)

Jubal is the Great Khan (Chapter Master) of the White Scars.

History

Jubal was made Chapter Master after the previous Great Khan, Kyublai Khan, disappeared while fighting Dark Eldar in 943.M41[3]. He successfully survived the trials set by the Stormseers. He, and three others, gathered at the Khum Karta mountains, within the Valley of Khans, and only Jubal emerged. What the trials are remains a mystery as none who survive them ever speak about that time.

During his time, Jubal has fought countless aliens and battles. One of his greatest achievements was during the Jopal Uprising. He led the First Brotherhood in several raids and strikes against the enemy supply and communication lines. Such was the devastation that the enemy were forced to divert large numbers of troops to deal with the White Scars, but this allowed the Imperial Guard to batter through the weakened front lines and end the insurrection.

Jubal engaged in the 3rd Armageddon War, where the White Scars operated both on Armageddon and on the surrounding Ork held worlds. They were successful at disrupting the Orks and holding back assaults, allowing Imperial garrisons to prepare, while on Armageddon they were assigned the Deadlands where, in one instance, they destroyed an entire Ork brigade without taking any losses or firing a single shot, presumably through isolating the Orks from their supplies and reinforcements.[1]

Later, Jubal sought revenge for the Red Corsairs invasion of Chogoris by leading a daring attack on the Seethnar, a space station seized by Huron Blackheart. During the boarding operation Jubal Khan and his honour guard reaches the heart of the Seethnar' and cause catastrophic damage to its plasma reactors with melta charges, but are caught by the collapsing corridors. The fate of Jubal has yet to be ascertained.[4]

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