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  • |Name=Death Guard The '''Death Guard''', formerly known as the '''Dusk Raiders''' and known amongst themse
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  • ...y dying glorious deaths in service to the [[Imperium]]. For this purpose, Death Korps regiments routinely request to fight in the galaxy's deadliest warzon |Name=Death Korps of Krieg
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  • |Name=Death Shadows |Miniature=Death Shadows miniature.jpg
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  • ...l Guard (Novel Series)|Imperial Guard]] novel by [[Steve Lyons]]|OTHERPAGE=Death World (Novel)}} [[File:Death World Image.jpg|thumb|180px|Image of the Death World]]
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  • #redirect [[Death Spinner]]
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  • [[Image:DeathCompanyLogo.png|thumb|right|75px|The Death Company's sigil.]] The '''Death Company''' is a special unit unique to the [[Blood Angels]] and their [[Suc
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  • '''Hive Death Mire''' (also known simply as '''Death Mire'''{{Fn|3}}) is a large Hive located on the [[Imperial]] [[hive world]] ...after the beginning of the war, the weapons and supplies returned to Hive Death Mire.{{Fn|4}}
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  • |Name =Codex: Angels of Death The Codex: Angels of Death is an expansion book for the [[Games Workshop]] Table Top game [[Warhammer
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  • [[Image:DeathSpinner.jpg|thumb|right|Eldar Death Spinner]] The '''Death Spinner''' is an [[Eldar]] [[Monofilament]] gun and the ritual weapon of th
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  • #REDIRECT [[Bringers of Death (Anthology)#Bringers of Death]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Codex: Angels of Death (2nd Edition)]]
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  • #redirect [[Death World]]
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  • #redirect [[Death Cult Assassin]]
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  • The '''Death Eagles''' are a [[Codex Chapter]] of [[Space Marines]]. They are thought to |Marine=Death Eagle Marine.jpg
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  • The '''Death Spectres''' are a [[Space Marine Chapter]]. Stationed beyond the boundaries |Name=Death Spectres
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  • |Marine=Death Strike Battle-Brother.jpg |Name=Death Strike
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  • |Name =Bringers of Death '''''Bringers of Death''''' is a compilation of short stories set in the [[Warhammer 40,000]] univ
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  • #redirect [[Death Korps of Krieg]]
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  • ...nts beset the Doom Eagles... Reeling after a [[Thunderhawk]] crash and the death of one of their battle-brothers, the Doom Eagles at last make landfall on T ...raitor in their midst. And in the capital, Chapter Master Hearon lies near death and his warriors struggle to save him even as the tau attack in force.
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  • ...will surely die. This means that the assassins are completely addicted to death itself and the only way they can survive is by being placed in cryo-suspens ...//www.specialist-games.com/assets/FO54InqAssassin.pdf Inquisitor Facets of Death] ''(site no longer active, Internet Archive)''
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  • ...intained fortress with a competent commander. You must strive to make your death useful. ''''' |align=center|[[Death or Glory (Novel)]] by [[Sandy Mitchell]], Chapter Ten
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  • ...to the Consul House and lifted the siege, only to find his father close to death, surrounded by his loyal bodyguards. He had been mortally wounded by an ass After the death of the Ruinstorm, Guilliman gathered whatever forces he could and made hast
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  • ...Captain]], [[4th Company (Ultramarines)|4th Company]]. Sent to fulfill a [[Death Oath]] for failing to follow Codex Astartes rules.
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  • ...a fortress-tomb for the safe-keeping of the Warmaster's corpse and even in death still revered him as their commander. Nobody was appointed in his place and *'''014.[[M31]]''' — The [[Siege of the Emperor's Palace]]. Death of Horus. Defeated.{{Fn|1}}
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  • ...aged in a [[Battle of the Startide Nexus|desperate battle]] to prevent the Death Guard from reaching the Startide Nexus and gaining a pathway to the heartla
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  • ...s and gaining a pathway to the heartlands of the T'au Empire.{{Fn|1c}} The Death Guard eventually were able to enter the Nexus in limited numbers before van
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  • |Image caption=The Tau and Death Guard battle |Outcome =Apparent Tau victory, Death Guard status unclear{{Fn|2}}
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  • ...ce; they are not interested in conversion to their creed. Their purpose is death, recorded and measured for later assimilation. Marching implacably from wor
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  • Upon reaching the next theatre, the [[death world]] of [[Menazoid Epsilon]], Dorden found himself attached to a hand-pi
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  • |align="center"|[[Death Guard]] |align="center"|[[Gal Vorbak]]<br>[[Harbingers of Death]]
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  • ...[[Iron Warriors]], [[Space Wolves]], [[Imperial Fists]], [[Iron Hands]], [[Death Guard]]{{Fn|17}}, and [[Emperor's Children]]{{Fn|16}}. **[[Lyandro Karras]] - Part of the [[Death Spectres]]{{Fn|49}}
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  • ...' (commonly known as '''Space Marines''', and colloquially as '''Angels of Death''') are one of the most elite and feared fighting forces in the [[Imperium
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  • |align=center|'''Angels of Death''' |align=center|[[Death Guard]]
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  • *[[Death Korps of Krieg]]{{Fn|10b}}
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  • ...th the [[Death Skulls]] tribe who are very good at "liberating" vehicles. Death Skulls like to loot a vehicle, repair it, then use it on the enemy in the s
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  • ...}, [[Crimson Knights]], [[Crimson Legion]]{{Fn|22}}, [[Crimson Swords]], [[Death Wardens]]{{Fn|35}}, [[Disciples of Blood]]{{Fn|27}}, [[Exsanguinators]]{{Fn .... Each campaign was undertaken with a quiet, brooding hunger for blood and death that was as terrifying as it was effective. They fought without mercy and p
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  • *''[[Death of Integrity]]'' - [[Genestealer]] infestation purged by [[Blood Drinkers]]
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  • *{{Endn|20}}: [[Codex Supplement: Angels of Death]], pg. 31 *{{Endn|42}}: [[ Codex Supplement: Angels of Death]], pg. 31
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