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  • |Chapter Master=[[Jubal Khan]] {{Fn|3}} |Chapter Strength=~1000 marines
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  • ...Astartes Homeworld|homeworld]] of the [[Imperial Fists]] [[chapter]], the chapter itself rarely visits Terra, if at all, and bases its operations from its ga ...[[Inquisitor]] known as The Castellan, which changes every year to ensure no single man or woman can establish a powerbase over the facility.{{Fn|20}}
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  • |Chapter Master=[[Tu`Shan]] |Chapter Strength=870 marines plus (~100)command{{Cite This}}
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  • |Chapter Master=[[Kardan Stronos]], elected by the [[Iron Council]]{{Fn|53e}} |Chapter Strength=Estimated > 1000 marines
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  • |Chapter Master=[[Kayvaan Shrike]] ...Fn|40}}<br>[[Knights of the Raven]],<br>[[Necropolis Hawks]]<br>[[Raptors (Chapter)|Raptors]], [[Raven's Watch]], [[Revilers]], [[Rift Stalkers]],<br> [[Shado
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  • The '''Black Templars''' are a [[Second Founding]] chapter derived from the [[Imperial Fists]]. Since its founding, the Black Templars |Founding Chapter=[[Imperial Fists]]
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  • ...ging upon the [[Hrud]] and led them homewards, falling upon the world with no mercy. The planet was battered into submission, and he gave orders that the ...ly an open space watched by yet more defenses. The fortress was a decoy of no real value. By the sixth day of the siege, Imperial Fists [[Space Marines]]
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  • ...egin raiding Imperial worlds for captives and plunder. Their excesses knew no limits and raiding alone could not fuel their ever more boundless depraviti ...hem into rebellion his Legion comprised 11,000 marines organized into 30 [[Chapter|Millennials]], the first ten of which were led by a Lord Commander. As each
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  • ...ey gave birth to a [[Slaanesh|god of pleasure and promise]], yet they felt no joy.{{Fn|7e}} Their new god awoke to find its worshipers abandoning it out *The [[Brazenhead Chapter]]{{Fn|25}}
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  • |Homeworld Pre-Heresy=No record |Homeworld Current=They have no known central base of operations, but are known to have set up secret posit
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  • ...emonic]] cohorts, and super-heavy vehicles, dwarfing modern Space Marine [[Chapter|Chapters]]. Each Plague Company consists of '''Sepsis Cohorts''' of roughly **{{Endn|2a}}: Chapter Five
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  • ...rify those they despise. Most of them, though far from all, have little to no interest in Chaos itself and shun the company of those that do. Their use o **{{Endn|2a}}: Chapter I
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  • ...the [[Chaos God]] [[Khorne]], glorying in violence and slaughter and with no other purpose than spilling blood and taking skulls in the name of their go ...arly days, and became a principal fiefdom. A volcanic and arid world with no recorded native inhabitants, it would serve as the training ground of the L
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  • ...ea]], and at it – after much deliberation – the Emperor announced that no Astartes must ever again employ the use of psychic powers, upon pain of des ...the board by the machinations of Chaos{{Fn|2b}}, the Thousand Sons played no part in the birth of the Horus Heresy. In fact, exactly when and why they c
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  • ...s, crumbling industrial plants and exhausted mine-workings. It is noted as no longer extant in current Imperial records, believed to have cataclysmically ...he Sons of Horus, already fiercely loyal and proud of their Warmaster, had no hesitation at the outbreak of the Horus Heresy. They quickly renounced thei
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  • With Tanith destroyed, the Tanith First-and-Only had no homeworld from which to draw new recruits, but the Ghosts eventually garner ...erial forces only survived because the Sons of Sek retreated for seemingly no reason. Reinvigorated thanks to Gaunt's actions, Macaroth charged his gener
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  • ...s of Thunder Warriors was led by a "Primarch". However these warriors were no different than those they led. Instead, they were officers of superlative s ...why the Emperor allowed the Primarchs to call him father although he felt no attachment, the Emperor described the Pinnochio story and it is natural for
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  • With the exception of the [[Luna Wolves]], no Legion conquered as many worlds, or conquered worlds as fast, or left conqu ...ium. At the same time, Guilliman reorganized the Space Marine Legions as [[Chapter]]s and composed the [[Codex Astartes]], the tome that the Ultramarines (and
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  • Within the Tyranid swarm there is no idea of individualism as each unit is linked to the next in a form of swarm *{{Endn|9}}: [[The Last Ditch (Novel)]] by [[Sandy Mitchell]], Chapter Twenty-Nine
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  • ...attle, when the need arises.{{Fn|1a}}{{Fn|3}} At any given time, there are no more than twenty-four Space Wolves assigned to the unit, most of them on Te ...Russ]]. However, [[Wolf Priest]] [[Ranek]] told Ragnar that some of the [[Chapter]]'s greatest leaders were former Wolfblades, since the posting allowed them
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