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Valentin Drusher

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Added some minor info from The Magos
Despite this proclamation though, when the predator killed yet another victim, Drusher and the others quickly traveled to the murder scene and began tracking the creature. However, the creature soon ambushed the group of hunters Skoh led and killed most of them before Drusher, Macks and the Junior Arbitrator [[Lussin]] found them. The lone surviving hunter of Skoh's group subsequently fled, but Skoh lived long enough to warn Drusher that the mysterious predator was a [[Tyranid]], before he then died from his wounds. Luckily one of the hunters had been able to hit the creature with a tracker during the ambush and Drusher's remaining group continued to hunt it. They were able to track it down to an abandoned water-mill, but the creature launched yet another ambush and quickly killed Lussin. It then turned upon Drusher and Macks, who each saved each other's lives in battle with the predator, before the Arbitrator finally killed the creature. Drusher then examined its corpse and confirmed that Skoh had been right, the deadly predator they had been hunting was a [[Hormagaunt]] Tyrannid. Further examinations by the Magos, led to the discovery that the Hormagaunt had been implanted with a goad-control, that had allowed someone to use the creature to commit the killings. When Drusher informed Macks of this, he speculated that the Outer Udar's Bishop had been behind the attacks; as he had a lot to gain from something that would reinvigorate his stubborn flock's faith in the Emperor. A full-scale investigation was then launched to determine who had been behind the attacks and as Drusher was a chief witness, to the controlled Hormagaunt's reign of terror, he was forced to remain on Gershom until it was complete.{{Fn|1}}
Drusher would remain on Gershom for far longer than the investigation: over twenty years, in fact. During that time, he married Germaine Macks. However, the marriage lasted only three years.{{Fn|2a}}

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