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Welcome to Lexicanum! We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the help pages. Again, welcome and have fun! Inquisitor S., Großmeister des Ordo Lexicanum 13:34, 25 June 2012 (CEST)


Please make sure to check before making pages. Red-Marked (Audio Drama) and Grey Talon (Audio Drama) under their proper names already existed. Midnight Sun (talk) 15:23, 21 January 2016 (MST)

Two unknown legions

You're saying in Palatine Phoenix that it says the 2nd Primarch was found early in the Heresy and the 11th later? If that's the case why doesn't the Palatine Phoenix include this information? Reading the book, all it seems to say is that the 2nd is active at the time of the book. That says nothing about when they were each discovered, this is just speculation.Phunting (talk) 16:23, 31 March 2018 (MDT)

No mate it's you who don't understand.Let me get it clear for you:

1.The book Fulgrim:The Palatine Phoenix is set in Early Great Crusade,because only 8 Primarchs have been found at that time(including Fulgrim)-and Fulgrim mentions that 6 of his brothers were against him and that the seventh was "master of the Second"-its all in the book.So it's exactly the Second Primarch.Also the thing confirming that it's Early Great Crusade is that Emperors Children are not up to their full strength yet and they are still having that virus.And Eleventh is not found yet-the next part I wrote confirms it. 2.On the page with Primarchs there is an official list of their rediscovery given by Laurie Goulding.In it there is one of the Missing Primarchs and he is found right after the Russ,so he is being the third Primarch to be found.Also confirmation for this is in book "Wolfbane",where Russ confirms it by saying:"Firstly we found Horus,then me,then the third brother and we all know how tragic was his fate".So he confirms that one of the Missing Primarchs was found third.And Fulgrim confirms it that it was the Second,because it was Early stage Great Crusade in "Fulgrim:The Palatine Phoenix"I saw the extract from Wolfbane in translation to Russian,but it's a proven source-those guys only translate books there.I would add it here too,but the book is not yet in Epub format.

All that information confirms that the Second Primarch was found third.And it confirms that the list of their rediscovery given by Laurie Gaulding is canon.And in his list the Eleventh Primarch was found one of the last. You should really check the info next time.

OK, well in fairness that's not what the section says under the Palatine Phoenix. Having now read this, I'm willing to accept that this does likely refer to the 2nd. But I think we need to qualify this and not just state as blanket fact. I'll edit. Phunting (talk) 17:32, 1 April 2018 (MDT)

Ok thanks for understanding mate.