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  • ...erial]] history as the instigator of the [[Horus Heresy]], the first great Imperial civil war. Following the Horus Heresy most of the Sons of Horus escaped int ...ts and exhausted mine-workings. It is noted as no longer extant in current Imperial records, believed to have cataclysmically lost geo-structural integrity in
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  • ...gilus]]{{Fn|52}} and through his attempts to use [[Blackstone]] to cut off Imperial [[Warp Route]]s.{{Fn|53}} ...ade]], the fleet of the Black Legion had grown enormously, comparable to [[Imperial Navy]] [[Battlefleet]]s in size. These included seven [[Battleship]]s, thir
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  • ===Imperial Tomes and Chapter Mottos=== |align=center|Excerpt from the Liber Honorus [[Imperial Fists]] [[Chapter]], Legiones Astartes
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  • ...to the role of infantry fighting vehicle, was discovered. In the meantime, Imperial tactics sacrificed transport capacity for firepower, fielding Predators as {{Imperial Vehicles
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  • |[[Imperial Armour Volume One - Imperial Guard and Imperial Navy]], {{cite this}} |[[Imperial Armour Volume Five - The Siege of Vraks - Part One]] pg. 7
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  • |Outcome = [[Imperial]] victory{{Fn|2g}} ...me]]), the war actually took place throughout the several [[sectors]] of [[Imperial]] space known as the [[The Maelstrom|Maelstrom Zone]]. The war saw four ent
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  • ...one of their first actions they fought alongside the [[Black Templars]], [[Imperial Fists]], [[Soul Drinkers]], and the [[Martian]] [[Skitarii]] against [[Goge ...become engaged in the [[Badab War]] after one of their vessels, the ''Red Harbinger'' was attacked and captured by the [[Mantis Warriors]] in 904.[[M41]]. The
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  • ...fe, and unsuitable for supporting any life. With the possible exception of Imperial facilities such as [[Research Station]]s based on the planet, its populatio ...[Forge World]] that was attacked and consumed by a tendril of [[Hive Fleet Harbinger]].
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  • *Imperial Navy Aircraft ...em and came with a lengthy narrative of an aerial war fought between the [[Imperial Navy]] and the [[Portal:Tau|Tau]] on Typha-IV
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  • ...n a collision with the [[World Engine]]. Wrecked hull converted into an [[Imperial Shrine]] to the Astral Knights on [[Safehold]]. |align=center|''[[Harbinger of Doom]]''
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  • '''Masseuko''' was a [[tech-priest]] who worked aboard the [[Imperial Navy]] vessel ''[[Indomitable Presence]]'' in late [[M39]].{{Fn|1}} ...t the Inquisitor and was instructed to reactivate a generator aboard the ''Harbinger'' to supply the metal mass with energy. As the mass was energised, however
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  • {{Ambig|subject=Harbingers Space Marine Chapter|disambiguation=Harbinger}} *{{Endn|4}}: [[Imperial Armour Volume Two - Second Edition]], pg. 23
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  • ==Uses of ''Harbinger''== * [[Drone Harbinger]] - A Tau [[Gun Drone]] production vehicle
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  • *[[Harbinger of Death]] — [[Predator Destructor]] that fought alongside the first comp *{{Endn|3}}: [[Imperial Armour Volume Two - Space Marines and Forces of the Inquisition]], pg. 31
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  • {{Ambig|subject=Imperial Harbringers space marine chapter|disambiguation=Harbinger}} The '''Imperial Harbingers''' are a [[Codex Chapter]] of the [[Space Marines]] (not to be c
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  • ...he technological advances of the Imperium. Without the new advances of the Imperial troops, the wargear and vehicles of [[Chaos]] have become characteristicall ...Space Marine]] version, although the usage is quite different. Whereas the Imperial bike tend to be used for reconnaissance and fast support, Chaos bikers refi
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  • |[[Imperial Armour Volume Two - Second Edition]], pg. 228 |[[Forces of the Imperial Inquisition Collectors' Guide]], pg. 8
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  • |[[Codex: Imperial Guard (5th Edition)]], pg. 27 |''[[Dark Harbinger]]''
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  • ====Imperial Fists==== |style="background:#FC0; color: black" colspan=4 align=center|'''Imperial Fists'''
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  • {{otheruses|USE=Traitor Titan Legion|OTHERUSE=Imperial Titan Legion|OTHERPAGE=Legio Mortis Metallum}} ...Imperium, the Legio Mortis was looked upon with suspicion by the fledgling Imperial military staff, many accusing them of being solely loyal to the Fabricator
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