History Characters / WordBearers

14th Dec '15 11:04:27 PM jormis29
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* ContinuityNod: Jarulek first appeared in ''Index Astartes'' (a feature in ''White Dwarf'' magazine) which detailed the history of the original Space Marine Legions. His subordinate Garand plays a major role in the ''Literature/BloodAngels'' novels.

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* ContinuityNod: Jarulek first appeared in ''Index Astartes'' (a feature in ''White Dwarf'' ''Magazine/WhiteDwarf'' magazine) which detailed the history of the original Space Marine Legions. His subordinate Garand plays a major role in the ''Literature/BloodAngels'' novels.
24th May '15 3:54:55 PM nombretomado
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During the Great Crusade, Lorgar brought about compliance not with conquest but with conversion. Whole worlds were swayed to the Emperor's rule by Lorgar's speeches. However, Lorgar also built vast temples to the Cult of the God-Emperor, and wrote his arguments for the Emperor's divinity in the ''Lectitio Divinatus'', in violation of the Imperial Truth espoused by the Emperor. After a century with the Word Bearers, the Emperor rebuked Lorgar by ordering the Ultramarines to destroy the city of Monarchia, which exemplified the Word Bearers accomplishments, and forced Lorgar and the Word Bearers to kneel before the Emperor, Roboute Guilliman, and Malcador the Sigilite. Now believing that the Emperor's divinity was false, but still believing faith was central to the human spirit, Lorgar was susceptible to the whispers of First Captain Kor Phaeron and First Chaplain Erebus about the Old Faith. Learning of the existence of Warp entities, Lorgar masterminded the corruption of Horus and several other legions, resulting in the HorusHeresy. Following the Heresy, Lorgar's actions in bringing about the Chaos Space Marines resulted in him ascending to the status of Daemon Prince. Currently he waits within his sanctuary on the daemon world of Sicarus, ordering none to disturb his meditations.

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During the Great Crusade, Lorgar brought about compliance not with conquest but with conversion. Whole worlds were swayed to the Emperor's rule by Lorgar's speeches. However, Lorgar also built vast temples to the Cult of the God-Emperor, and wrote his arguments for the Emperor's divinity in the ''Lectitio Divinatus'', in violation of the Imperial Truth espoused by the Emperor. After a century with the Word Bearers, the Emperor rebuked Lorgar by ordering the Ultramarines to destroy the city of Monarchia, which exemplified the Word Bearers accomplishments, and forced Lorgar and the Word Bearers to kneel before the Emperor, Roboute Guilliman, and Malcador the Sigilite. Now believing that the Emperor's divinity was false, but still believing faith was central to the human spirit, Lorgar was susceptible to the whispers of First Captain Kor Phaeron and First Chaplain Erebus about the Old Faith. Learning of the existence of Warp entities, Lorgar masterminded the corruption of Horus and several other legions, resulting in the HorusHeresy.Literature/HorusHeresy. Following the Heresy, Lorgar's actions in bringing about the Chaos Space Marines resulted in him ascending to the status of Daemon Prince. Currently he waits within his sanctuary on the daemon world of Sicarus, ordering none to disturb his meditations.



* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Though his real name is revealed in the HorusHeresy short story ''Scions of the Storm'' to be Sol Talgron, the Word Bearers address him as the Warmonger.

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* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Though his real name is revealed in the HorusHeresy Literature/HorusHeresy short story ''Scions of the Storm'' to be Sol Talgron, the Word Bearers address him as the Warmonger.
31st Jul '14 4:33:24 PM NemeBro
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* CurbStompBattle: Deals one out in the climax of Know No Fear. [[spoiler: To Roboute Guilliman no less.]]
3rd Nov '13 11:00:11 PM damus2300
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*PsychoticManchild: Roboute Guiliman described him as such.
7th May '13 6:38:18 AM SFH
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* VillainousBreakdown: In ''The Dark Heart'' during the Battle of Calth Marduk absolutely loses it when [[spoiler: Roboute Guilliman overcomes Kor Phaeron and rips out his heart]].
10th Feb '13 1:37:13 PM CountDorku
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* EvilSoundsDeep: Described as having an impossibly deep baritone. Of course, this is common to Dreadnoughts.
6th Jan '13 11:51:36 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* BodyHorror: He has the entire Book of Lorgar tattooed on his body. Every inch of skin, all of his mouth and tongue, even the [[EyeScream jelly of his eyes]] has scripture etched into it.
6th Jan '13 11:43:54 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* HealingFactor: Burias is often described as having no scars or disfigurements on his face, despite being a Word Bearer. His daemonic possession actually heals any wound he recieves nigh-flawlessly.

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* HealingFactor: Burias is often described as having no scars or disfigurements on his face, despite being a an experienced Word Bearer. His daemonic possession actually heals any wound he recieves nigh-flawlessly.within seconds, leaving no trace of what just injured him.




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* SuperPoweredEvilSide: His daemon, Drak'shal, is allowed to come to the fore in combat. This turns Burias into a insanely strong and brutal killer, boosting his host's already prodigious physical abilities.
6th Jan '13 11:33:35 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* HealingFactor: Burias is often described as having no scars or disfigurements on his face, despite being a Word Bearer. His daemonic possession actually heals any wound he recieves nigh-flawlessly.
17th Dec '12 12:20:56 PM d715
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* TakeThatUs: Thinks Abaddon is an utter failure and that there needs to be a new Warmaster.
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