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'''Roboute Guilliman''' was the [[Primarch]] of the [[Ultramarines]]. Roboute was lethally poisoned by the traitor Primarch [[Fulgrim]] and was interred in a stasis field at the moment of his death. He now resides within the[[Temple of Correction]] on [[Macragge]].  Many pilgrims visit every year, claiming his wound on his throat is healing. This technally impossible within the stasis field, but enough people belive the story that they come back year after year to pay their respects to the Primarch
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'''Roboute Guilliman''' was the [[Primarch]] of the [[Ultramarines]]. Roboute was lethally poisoned by the traitor Primarch [[Fulgrim]] and was interred in a stasis field at the moment of his death. He now resides on his throne within the [[Temple of Correction]] on [[Macragge]].  Many pilgrims visit every year, claiming the wound on his throat is healing. However, within the stasis field, this is technically impossible, but enough believe this story that they return year after year to pay their respects to the Primarch.
  
 
==Origins==
 
==Origins==

Revision as of 21:51, 20 June 2005

Roboute Guilliman was the Primarch of the Ultramarines. Roboute was lethally poisoned by the traitor Primarch Fulgrim and was interred in a stasis field at the moment of his death. He now resides on his throne within the Temple of Correction on Macragge. Many pilgrims visit every year, claiming the wound on his throat is healing. However, within the stasis field, this is technically impossible, but enough believe this story that they return year after year to pay their respects to the Primarch.

Origins

Like all the Primarchs, Roboute Guilliman was separated from the Emperor and came to rest on a distant planet, in this case, Macragge. Roboute's arrival on Macragge was a portentous time, and many reported strange sights. Most notably, Konor, the Battle King of Macragge, dreamed of the Emperor, and found himself beside Hera's Falls in the Valley of Laponis. Upon awakening, Konor assembled his bodyguard and rode to Hera's Falls. When they finally arrived, they found a small child there. Konor took him in, naming him Roboute, which means "Great One".