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  • |align="center"|'''''I haven't lost an arm, brother. It's right over there.''''' ...uries from the last training exercise have healed well I see. And that new bionic eye should prove most useful for this next exercise. Tell me, how many hour
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  • ..., [[Colonel]] [[Straken]]'s nickname "Iron Hand" comes from the [[bionic]] arm which replaced the one he lost to a [[Miral]] [[Land Shark]]{{Fn|7h}}, whil *Colonel ''''Iron Hand'''' [[Straken]] - Regimental leader with chest and arm Bionics.
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  • ...a built-in [[Heavy Flamer]] attached to [[Huron Blackheart]]'s [[bionic]] arm.
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  • ...r was ended for the time being and the fleet returned to Armaggeddon to re-arm and assist with the rebuilding.{{Cite This}} However Yarrick would later ve ...h the same [[Power Klaw]] that had taken it, specially modified to fit his arm. It is powerful enough to kill in one swipe{{Fn|1a}}.
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  • ...is armed with a [[Power Axe]] and the ''[[Tyrant's Claw]]'', a monstrous [[bionic]] [[Power Fist]] with a built-in [[heavy flamer]].{{Fn|1}} Huron's bionic arm seems to have switched from his left to his right side over time.
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  • ...own as [[Mad Dok Grotsnik]] who replaced that part of his cranium with a [[bionic]] device. Somehow this device may have enabled Ghazghkull's latent [[psychi ...led to the deaths of more [[human]]s. Yarrick ordered shuttle runs to help arm the north, the pilots skipping out of the atmosphere and back in again befo
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  • ...as is a Veteran Sergeant among the Red Scorpions, he has a [[bionic]] left arm and wields a [[power weapon]]. His [[Power Armour#Mark 4 "Imperial Maximus
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  • ...]] in single combat, crushing the degenerate xenos’ head in his whirring bionic fist.{{Fn|1}}{{Fn|5}} ...d dozens of wounds in the line of duty, amongst the most serious being the arm he lost to the Miral land shark. Ever willing to turn a weakness into a str
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  • * '''Flaming Arm''' - a arm of the gifted is replaced with the flaming arm of a [[Flamer of Tzeentch]], and is able to project blasts of flame.{{Fn|8} *[[Tyrant's Claw]] - bionic limb that replaced the original arm of [[Huron Blackheart]].{{Fn|9e}}
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  • ...ody parts, brain implants, cybernetic weaponry and other devices. Although bionic parts are mechanical, many of them do use the user's bloodstream, nerve end There is no standard level of bionic technology throughout the Imperium - many bionics are clumsy and inefficien
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  • ...hancements and his armour's backpack is also upgraded with several [[servo-arm]]s and [[mechadendrite]]s. His armour bears the rust-red colours of the [[A Image:Signum.jpg|[[Bionic]] augmentation including a Mark 3 [[Signum]] that is often used by Techmari
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  • ...he spirit of the Iron Wolf. Concluding this act the hand his replaced by a bionic replacement and their induction into the Iron Priesthood is complete.{{Fn|6 Beyond the standard [[Servo-Arm]], in battle Iron Priests wield mighty [[Thunder Hammer]]s and [[Helfrost P
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  • ...ogy of cybernetic implants. In fact, Orks probably have a greater range of bionic parts than any other race. ...uries their patient suffered they may just replace the missing part with a bionic one, similar to imperial [[bionics]]. But sometimes the Dok's imagination m
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  • ...st the Nightbringer and its [[Necron]] bodyguards, Pasanius lost his right arm to the C'tan's blade, but survived the battle.{{citethis}} Pasanius received a [[bionic]] replacement arm, but was troubled because it felt unusually cold to the touch, and looked l
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  • ...s [[bionic]] arm, equipped with a built-in [[Power Fist]]. The loss of the arm is claimed to be the work of [[Kharn the Betrayer]].{{Fn|4a}} ...mane" during his [[Test of Morkai]]. Berek's last name is derived from his bionic attachment{{Fn|4a}}.
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  • ...echette blaster]] round and had it replaced by a [[Imperial bionics|bionic arm]].
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  • ...[[bionic]] weapon forged for [[Huron Blackheart]] after he lost his right arm. ...ut by the [[heavy flamer]] which produces bursts of fire directly from his bionic palm, making it seem like he is summoning blasts from his hands.{{Fn|1}}
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  • ...eather mask (which compliments his advanced bionic lungs) and two advanced bionic eyes incorporating a motion tracker, a bio-scanner and range-finder gunsigh
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  • ...Imperial]] [[Castellan]], [[Colonel]] [[Vauban]], despite losing his right arm to Vauban's [[power sword]]. In the aftermath, The Warsmith berated [[Forri ...oners were sent to be tortured by the [[Savage Morticians]], and Pasanius' arm was cut off for Honsou to wear. Honsou later became enraged with the Savage
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  • ...logy, often to get out of tight situations. He also has a [[bionic]] right arm, no doubt with [[digital weapon]]s attached.{{Fn|1}}
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