Word Bearers

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Supreme Grand Master Azrael - Chapter Structure - Traitor Legions
... He summed this up with his last words "Death is nothing when compared to vindication." The name of the Primarch, Konrad Curze, is a combination of Joseph Conrad and his ... the Red used his sorcery to bypass the Warp storms and send word to Terra ... Word Bearers XVII Lorgar ...
List Of Warhammer 40,000: Dawn Of War Characters - Chaos - Eliphas The Inheritor
... A Word Bearers Legion Dark Apostle who seeks the favor of the Chaos gods, he is the Warlord of the forces of Chaos on Kronus in the Dark Crusade, leading a full company of Word Bearers from an active Warp Gate in ... What is known of him is that he seeks to restore the Word Bearers' long-lost honour on Kronus after their defeat by the loyalist Ultramarines during the Horus Heresy ... If the Word Bearers finish off the other six races in Dark Crusade, Kronus itself is transformed into a Daemon World, the core of a warp/realspace overlay ...
Horus Heresy (novels) - Synopsis - Book 21 and Above
... Betrayer is presented from the perspective of the rebels, in this case the World Eaters and Word Bearers Legions, and often through the particular viewpoint of Khârn, Captain of the ... meticulously planned by Primarch Lorgar of the Word Bearers, who deploys Abyss-class spaceships ... The scheming Primarch of the Word Bearers orchestrates genocide in unprecedented scale, as a way to summon the powers of Chaos ...

Famous quotes containing the words bearers and/or word:

    I wish glib and indiscriminate critics of industrialists had some conception of the problems that have to be met by factory management.... General condemnation of employers is a favorite indoor sport of the uninformed intelligentsia who assume the role of lance- bearers for labor.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    If a man suffers ill, let it be without shame; for this is the only profit when we are dead. You will never say a good word about deeds that are evil and disgraceful.
    Aeschylus (525–456 B.C.)