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26th Mar '13 12:11:45 PM Xtifr
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-->''Primarch-Progenitor, to your glory and the glory of Him on earth!''

The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the Iron Warriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

Chris Robeson's ''Sons of Dorn'' is an Imperial Fists novel; they also feature in GrahamMcNeill's ''[[Literature/IronWarriors Storm Of Iron]]'' and HorusHeresy novel ''Fulgrim.''
The Imperial Fists were the chapter focused on in the first ever Warhammer 40K novel about Space Marines, the tellingly-titled ''Space Marine'', which formed the second novel of IanWatson's ''Inquisition War'' trilogy.

They were the founding chapter for the Soul Drinkers.

Check out the [[Characters/ImperialFists character sheet]].

!!Tropes associated with the novels include:
* ArchEnemy: The Imperial Fists and Iron Warriors were at loggerheads long before the [[HorusHeresy Heresy]]. Now, the rivalry has transformed into one of the bitterest hatreds in the galaxy. And that's saying something.
* TheAtoner
* TheBait
* TheCavalry
* CombatPragmatist
* FrozenFace
* GladiatorGames
* HonorBeforeReason
* InTheBack
* LastStand
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen
* MeaningfulName
* NamedWeapons
* {{Revenge}}
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge
* SoProudOfYou
* WasItReallyWorthIt
* WeNeedADistraction
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-->''Primarch-Progenitor, to your glory and the glory of Him on earth!''

The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the Iron Warriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

Chris Robeson's ''Sons of Dorn'' is an Imperial Fists novel; they also feature in GrahamMcNeill's ''[[Literature/IronWarriors Storm Of Iron]]'' and HorusHeresy novel ''Fulgrim.''
The Imperial Fists were the chapter focused on in the first ever Warhammer 40K novel about Space Marines, the tellingly-titled ''Space Marine'', which formed the second novel of IanWatson's ''Inquisition War'' trilogy.

They were the founding chapter for the Soul Drinkers.

Check out the [[Characters/ImperialFists character sheet]].

!!Tropes associated with the novels include:
* ArchEnemy: The Imperial Fists and Iron Warriors were at loggerheads long before the [[HorusHeresy Heresy]]. Now, the rivalry has transformed into one of the bitterest hatreds in the galaxy. And that's saying something.
* TheAtoner
* TheBait
* TheCavalry
* CombatPragmatist
* FrozenFace
* GladiatorGames
* HonorBeforeReason
* InTheBack
* LastStand
* LetsFightLikeGentlemen
* MeaningfulName
* NamedWeapons
* {{Revenge}}
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge
* SoProudOfYou
* WasItReallyWorthIt
* WeNeedADistraction
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22nd Jul '12 12:31:52 PM FELH2
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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by {{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the Iron Warriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by {{Warhammer TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the Iron Warriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.



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14th Apr '12 4:40:30 PM troublegum
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The Imperial Fists were the chapter focused on in the first ever Warhammer 40K novel about Space Marines, the tellingly-titled ''Space Marine'', which formed the second novel of IanWatson's ''Inquisition War'' trilogy.
14th Apr '12 3:52:26 PM troublegum
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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by {{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the IronWarriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

Chris Robeson's ''Sons of Dorn'' is an Imperial Fists novel; they also feature in GrahamMcNeill's ''Storm Of Iron'' and HorusHeresy novel ''Fulgrim.''

They were the founding chapter for the SoulDrinkers.

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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their determination and discipline even by {{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the IronWarriors, Iron Warriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

Chris Robeson's ''Sons of Dorn'' is an Imperial Fists novel; they also feature in GrahamMcNeill's ''Storm ''[[Literature/IronWarriors Storm Of Iron'' Iron]]'' and HorusHeresy novel ''Fulgrim.''

They were the founding chapter for the SoulDrinkers.
Soul Drinkers.



!!Tropes associated with this chapter and the novels include:
* ArchEnemy: The ImperialFists and IronWarriors were at loggerheads long before the [[HorusHeresy Heresy]]. Now, the rivalry has transformed into one of the bitterest hatreds in the galaxy. And that's saying something.

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!!Tropes associated with this chapter and the novels include:
* ArchEnemy: The ImperialFists Imperial Fists and IronWarriors Iron Warriors were at loggerheads long before the [[HorusHeresy Heresy]]. Now, the rivalry has transformed into one of the bitterest hatreds in the galaxy. And that's saying something.
17th Feb '12 8:35:53 AM SFH
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Check out the [[Characters/ImperialFists character sheet]].
7th May '11 8:11:41 AM Citizen
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6th Jan '11 11:27:18 AM Raldoron
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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their inflexibilty and discipline even by {{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the IronWarriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.

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The ImperialFists are a chapter of Imperial {{Space Marine}}s in {{Warhammer 40000}}. Noted for their inflexibilty determination and discipline even by {{Warhammer 40000}} Imperial Space Marine standards, along with being considerable expertise at siege warfare. The other Legion that similarly specialised in siegecraft before the Heresy was the IronWarriors, fostering a rivalry that would develop into outright hatred during and after it. Their primarch was Rogal Dorn.
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