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Please post your research then. It says clearly here from a White Dwarf Article that it is called the Adepta.. http://www.criticalhit.co.uk/w40krp/wd211_sisters_of_battle.shtml
 
Please post your research then. It says clearly here from a White Dwarf Article that it is called the Adepta.. http://www.criticalhit.co.uk/w40krp/wd211_sisters_of_battle.shtml
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I checked Codex: Witch Hunters (which I would consider the most official source for Sisters of Battle), and it ''is'' the Adept'''a''' Sororitas. Being that it's an all-female organization, it makes sense to use the feminine form of the noun (even though it's all just pidgin Latin anyway). --[[User:AvengingDentist|Avenging Dentist]] 21:27, 23 Jun 2005 (CEST)

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Its not called Adeptus but Adepta.

It IS called Adeptus, like every other organisation. Just checked that. --Inquisitor S. 19:49, 23 Jun 2005 (CEST)

Please post your research then. It says clearly here from a White Dwarf Article that it is called the Adepta.. http://www.criticalhit.co.uk/w40krp/wd211_sisters_of_battle.shtml

I checked Codex: Witch Hunters (which I would consider the most official source for Sisters of Battle), and it is the Adepta Sororitas. Being that it's an all-female organization, it makes sense to use the feminine form of the noun (even though it's all just pidgin Latin anyway). --Avenging Dentist 21:27, 23 Jun 2005 (CEST)