History VideoGame / Warhammer40000SpaceMarine

28th Mar '16 7:06:40 PM Wuz
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* CanonImmigrant: Downplayed. Titus and Sidonus appeared in the tabletop game as unnamed miniatures a couple of years after the game was released, specifically the only two helmetless members of an Ultramarines Sternguard Veteran box set. Titus being a Sternguard Veteran before being promoted to Brother-Captain actually makes a great deal of sense, considering they specialize in using a variety of exotic guns.

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* CanonImmigrant: Downplayed. Titus and Sidonus lookalikes appeared in the tabletop game as unnamed miniatures a couple of years after the game was released, specifically the only two helmetless members of an Ultramarines Sternguard Veteran box set. Titus being a Sternguard Veteran before being promoted to Brother-Captain actually makes a great deal of sense, considering they specialize in using a variety of exotic guns.
2nd Mar '16 1:40:45 PM outlander2012
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* WeCanRuleTogether: Nemeroth tries to tempt Titus with this before their final battle. Titus, unsurprisingly, tells him where he can shove it and goes on the attack.
1st Feb '16 11:57:20 AM Kurogane7
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** The Lascannon is an '''extremely'' powerful version of the lasgun. It doesn't have quite the punch of the melta, but has a much longer range.

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** The Lascannon is an '''extremely'' powerful version of the lasgun. It doesn't have quite the punch of the melta, but has a much longer range.range for sniping.
22nd Dec '15 8:57:33 AM avpfreak15
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** Captain Titus, of course. His first response to his [[DropShip Thunderhawk]] being unable to land safely due to Ork gun batteries is to have [[ItsRainingMen his squad equip Jump Packs and descend down to the closest Ork ship.]] Soon after, Titus blows the ship up by turning one of its own guns at its bridge. It's worth noting that Titus is the only Ultramarine on 1d4chan to be given near universal approval, and has been given unofficial Angry Marine status, which is pretty badass in and of itself.

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** Captain Titus, of course. His first response to his [[DropShip Thunderhawk]] being unable to land safely due to Ork gun batteries is to have [[ItsRainingMen his squad equip Jump Packs and descend down to the closest Ork ship.]] Soon after, Titus blows the ship up by turning one of its own guns at its bridge. He does all of this armed only with a bolt pistol and a combat knife. It's worth noting that Titus is the only Ultramarine on 1d4chan to be given near universal approval, and has been given unofficial Angry Marine status, which is pretty badass in and of itself.
18th Nov '15 4:45:16 PM BlackSunNocturne
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* ConservationOfNinjitsu: Three veteran Ultramarines. Hundreds and hundreds of Ork Boyz'. [[OneManArmy You know how this ends]].

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* ConservationOfNinjitsu: Three Two veteran Ultramarines.Ultramarines and a NewMeat. Hundreds and hundreds of Ork Boyz'. [[OneManArmy You know how this ends]].
18th Nov '15 4:17:31 PM BlackSunNocturne
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-->'''Titus''': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And ''you'' have failed."

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-->'''Titus''': "The ''Codex Astartes'' ''"The [[BigBookOfWar Codex Astartes]] is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... [[TheParagon Ultra]][[SuperSoldier marines]]... teach us to hold [[LawfulGood duty and honour sacred above all. all]]. [[ToBeLawfulOrGood But how we live with those rules is the true test test]] of a Space Marine. SpaceMarine. And ''you'' ''[[NewMeat you]]'' [[LawfulStupid have failed."failed]]."''
18th Nov '15 4:08:07 PM BlackSunNocturne
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-->'''Titus''': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you have failed."
** In a manner, Titus is also 100% correct in this manner. [[spoiler:Leandros ''DID'' fail. You're supposed to report Battle-Brothers you suspect of heresy to a Space Marine Chaplain, not directly to the Inquisition.]]

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-->'''Titus''': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you ''you'' have failed."
** In a manner, way, Titus is also 100% correct in this manner. [[spoiler:Leandros ''DID'' fail. You're supposed to report Battle-Brothers you suspect of heresy to a Space Marine Chaplain, not directly to the Inquisition.]]
17th Nov '15 2:21:57 PM BlackSunNocturne
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-->''Titus'': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you have failed."

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-->''Titus'': -->'''Titus''': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you have failed."
17th Nov '15 2:21:30 PM BlackSunNocturne
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-->''Titus'': "The ''Codex Astartes'' is a set of rules. They guide us... shape us as Ultramarines... teach us to hold duty and honour sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you have failed."
** In a manner, Titus is also 100% correct in this manner. [[spoiler:Leandros ''DID'' fail. You're supposed to report Battle-Brothers you suspect of heresy to a Space Marine Chaplain, not directly to the Inquisition.]]
29th Sep '15 4:37:38 PM Discar
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** Nemeroth also sounds awesomely evil.
*** Unless you are aware of quite popular Nemiroff vodka brand. Then it gets even more awesome in the way of hilarious, as main modus operandi of Nemeroth is influence.

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** Nemeroth also sounds awesomely evil.
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evil. Unless you are aware of quite popular Nemiroff vodka brand. Then it gets even more awesome in the way of hilarious, as main modus operandi of Nemeroth is influence.



** Captain Titus, of course. His first response to his [[DropShip Thunderhawk]] being unable to land safely due to Ork gun batteries is to have [[ItsRainingMen his squad equip Jump Packs and descend down to the closest Ork ship.]] Soon after, Titus blows the ship up by turning one of its own guns at its bridge.
*** It's worth noting that Titus is the only Ultramarine on 1d4chan to be given near universal approval, and has been given unofficial Angry Marine status, which is pretty badass in and of itself.

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** Captain Titus, of course. His first response to his [[DropShip Thunderhawk]] being unable to land safely due to Ork gun batteries is to have [[ItsRainingMen his squad equip Jump Packs and descend down to the closest Ork ship.]] Soon after, Titus blows the ship up by turning one of its own guns at its bridge.
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bridge. It's worth noting that Titus is the only Ultramarine on 1d4chan to be given near universal approval, and has been given unofficial Angry Marine status, which is pretty badass in and of itself.



--->'''Titus:''' ''Leave the gun to us, Lieutenant. You will have your reinforcements.''\\
'''Mira:''' ''...I'll hold you to that, Captain.''

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--->'''Titus:''' ''Leave Leave the gun to us, Lieutenant. You will have your reinforcements.''\\
'''Mira:''' ''...
\\
'''Mira:''' ...
I'll hold you to that, Captain.''



--->''"I am soldier and scientist both, Captain."''
* BadassNormal: Second Lieutenant Mira of the 203rd Cadian regiment of the [[RedshirtArmy Imperial]] [[BadassArmy Guard]].
** The best example of her badassery is not that she managed to hold off an Ork Army long after the Ultramarines thought the Guard would be wiped out, but that she engages in light snarkery with a Space Marine Captain and ''gets away with it.'' Keep in mind that your average Astartes is 8 to 10 feet tall and strong enough to crush a normal human's skull like it was an egg, not to mention the fact no one in their right mind would speak up if said Astartes decided to crush said head like said egg.

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--->''"I -->'''Drogan:''' I am soldier and scientist both, Captain."''
Captain.
* BadassNormal: Second Lieutenant Mira of the 203rd Cadian regiment of the [[RedshirtArmy Imperial]] [[BadassArmy Guard]].
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Guard]]. The best example of her badassery is not that she managed to hold off an Ork Army long after the Ultramarines thought the Guard would be wiped out, but that she engages in light snarkery with a Space Marine Captain and ''gets away with it.'' Keep in mind that your average Astartes is 8 to 10 feet tall and strong enough to crush a normal human's skull like it was an egg, not to mention the fact no one in their right mind would speak up if said Astartes decided to crush said head like said egg.



** BigBadEnsemble: [[spoiler:Grimskull and Nemeroth. Thankfully MeleeATrois is in full effect.]]

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** * BigBadEnsemble: [[spoiler:Grimskull and Nemeroth. Thankfully MeleeATrois is in full effect.]]



* BittersweetEnding: Over the course of the game, Titus brings an Ork Waaagh! grinding to a halt, [[spoiler:stops a Chaos invasion in its tracks and beats a Daemon Prince to death with his bare hands while in free fall from a SpaceElevator... only to be taken away by the Inquisition while being flanked by Black Templars because Leandros, his own battle brother, accused him of heresy due to suspicions that arose over the events of the game.]]

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* BittersweetEnding: BittersweetEnding:
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Over the course of the game, Titus brings an Ork Waaagh! grinding to a halt, [[spoiler:stops a Chaos invasion in its tracks and beats a Daemon Prince to death with his bare hands while in free fall from a SpaceElevator... only to be taken away by the Inquisition while being flanked by Black Templars because Leandros, his own battle brother, accused him of heresy due to suspicions that arose over the events of the game.]]



* BoomHeadshot: Enemy heads can explode.

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* BoomHeadshot: BoomHeadshot:
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Enemy heads can explode.



* BoringButPractical: In the campaign, the standard Bolter is reliable, holds a lot of ammo, and deals a fair amount of damage. Once it's upgraded to a Kraken Bolter, even moreso.
** The Bolter combined with the Kraken Bolts perk is frequently seen online, for more or less the same reasons as in the campaign.

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* BoringButPractical: In the campaign, the standard Bolter is reliable, holds a lot of ammo, and deals a fair amount of damage. Once it's upgraded to a Kraken Bolter, even moreso.
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moreso. The Bolter combined with the Kraken Bolts perk is frequently seen online, for more or less the same reasons as in the campaign.



* ByTheBookCop: Leandros is a military example, see BittersweetEnding above and {{Foreshadowing}} below. Note that his decision was ''right'' from the legal standpoint. [[spoiler: Possibility of a Chaos taint in high-ranking Adeptus Astartes officer is a grave danger indeed.]]
** Though his reasons are indeed justified by the codex, his actions aren't entirely in line with protocol. Normally he would have raised his suspicions to a Ultramarine Chaplain, not an inquisitor.

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* ByTheBookCop: Leandros is a military example, see BittersweetEnding above and {{Foreshadowing}} below. Note that his decision was ''right'' from the legal standpoint. [[spoiler: Possibility of a Chaos taint in high-ranking Adeptus Astartes officer is a grave danger indeed.]]
**
]] Though his reasons are indeed justified by the codex, his actions aren't entirely in line with protocol. Normally he would have raised his suspicions to a Ultramarine Chaplain, not an inquisitor.



* CharacterCustomization: The player may customize their Marine's armour with different pieces and colours, and choose specific options within the Tactical Marine/Chaos Marine, Devastator Marine/Havoc and Assault Marine/Raptor classes in lieu of weaponry, perks and equipment. The customization system is said to have [[SerialEscalation over 1.8 billion combinations]].
** [[http://www.spacemarine.com/forums/topic/6286 Apparently, it's over 39 septendecillion possible combinations.]]

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* CharacterCustomization: The player may customize their Marine's armour with different pieces and colours, and choose specific options within the Tactical Marine/Chaos Marine, Devastator Marine/Havoc and Assault Marine/Raptor classes in lieu of weaponry, perks and equipment. The customization system is said to have [[SerialEscalation over 1.8 billion combinations]].
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combinations]]. [[http://www.spacemarine.com/forums/topic/6286 Apparently, it's over 39 septendecillion possible combinations.]]



--->'''Titus''': ''"Unleash the fury that you showed during [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar the Aurelian Crusade]], and we shall be glad to have even a few Blood Ravens with us."''\\
'''Blood Raven Sergeant''': ''"[[{{Catchphrase}} None shall find us wanting]], Ultramarine."''

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--->'''Titus''': ''"Unleash Unleash the fury that you showed during [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar the Aurelian Crusade]], and we shall be glad to have even a few Blood Ravens with us."''\\
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'''Blood Raven Sergeant''': ''"[[{{Catchphrase}} [[CatchPhrase None shall find us wanting]], Ultramarine."''



--->''"The Omnissiah won't like this."''

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--->''"The --->'''Guardsman:''' The Omnissiah won't like this."''



* DeathFromAbove: The Jump Pack, which allows you to effortlessly kill or stun large groups of enemies by what is essentially a rocket assisted air jump... [[GroundPound aimed at the ground.]]

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* DeathFromAbove: DeathFromAbove:
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The Jump Pack, which allows you to effortlessly kill or stun large groups of enemies by what is essentially a rocket assisted air jump... [[GroundPound aimed at the ground.]]



---> [[spoiler: '''Demon''': ''"Where is the Warp Device?"'']]\\
[[spoiler: '''Drogan''': ''"Safe from you, demon!"'']]\\
[[spoiler: '''Demon''': ''"[[DemonicPossession You will tell me]]. [[CameBackWrong After you are dead.]]"'']]

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---> [[spoiler: --> '''Demon''': ''"Where [[spoiler:Where is the Warp Device?"'']]\\
[[spoiler:
Device?]]\\
'''Drogan''': ''"Safe [[spoiler:Safe from you, demon!"'']]\\
[[spoiler:
demon!]]\\
'''Demon''': ''"[[DemonicPossession [[spoiler:[[DemonicPossession You will tell me]]. [[CameBackWrong After you are dead.]]"'']]]]]]



* EnergyWeapon: Power Axes and Power Swords, the latter of which is multiplayer-exclusive. Both work by sheathing the blade in an energy field, allowing it to cut through armor with ease. The Power Sword, which is simply a reskinned [[ChainsawGood Chainsword]] so that it doesn't provide an [[BribingYourWayToVictory unfair advantage]], is unlocked by playing the twin stick shooter VideoGame/Warhammer40000KillTeam on consoles or if you had pre-ordered the [[LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition Special Edition]]. Not exactly an unfair advantage, but since the power sword doesn't make the same trademark growl as the chainsword, it's a bit stealthier ([[MostWonderfulSound if less satisfying]]) in multiplayer, since you can hear a chainsword from across the map.



* FriendlyFireproof: Swing away with that [[ChainsawGood chainsword]] all you want, you'll only be hurting the enemy.
** It can be averted in private multiplayer, however, as the host can enable friendly fire.

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* FriendlyFireproof: Swing away with that [[ChainsawGood chainsword]] all you want, you'll only be hurting the enemy.
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enemy. It can be averted in private multiplayer, however, as the host can enable friendly fire.



** His forces can also be found systematically and rather ingeniously searching for various methods of defeating [[TheSiege especially well-entrenched Imperial defenses]], such as stealing a [[WaveMotionGun Volcano Cannon]] stored outside a [[HumongousMecha Titan]] factory and rigging it to a gigantic robotic crane in order to blow the really huge doors off the factory. They also steal a train associated with a rail network that services the factory, load it up with [[{{BFB}} several megatons worth of explosives]], and turn it into a BatteringRam to smash into the very same doors.
*** In the end, they enter the factory by [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat crawling through kilometres-long steam-filled pipes]].

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** His forces can also be found systematically and rather ingeniously searching for various methods of defeating [[TheSiege especially well-entrenched Imperial defenses]], such as stealing a [[WaveMotionGun Volcano Cannon]] stored outside a [[HumongousMecha Titan]] factory and rigging it to a gigantic robotic crane in order to blow the really huge doors off the factory. They also steal a train associated with a rail network that services the factory, load it up with [[{{BFB}} several megatons worth of explosives]], and turn it into a BatteringRam to smash into the very same doors.
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doors. In the end, they enter the factory by [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat crawling through kilometres-long steam-filled pipes]].



* KnightTemplar: Surprisingly ''subverted'', given the setting. Inquisitor Thrax is actually a fairly nice guy, and [[spoiler:appears reluctant to charge Titus with heresy. He also agrees to only [[NeverSayDie "investigate"]] Titus and let his unit go, which is pretty much the ''opposite'' of what a typical Inquisitor would do.]]

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* KnightTemplar: KnightTemplar:
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Surprisingly ''subverted'', given the setting. Inquisitor Thrax is actually a fairly nice guy, and [[spoiler:appears reluctant to charge Titus with heresy. He also agrees to only [[NeverSayDie "investigate"]] Titus and let his unit go, which is pretty much the ''opposite'' of what a typical Inquisitor would do.]]



--> '''Guardsman''': ''"Pass me the field manual! We're stuck on a bloody Forge World, and not a Tech-Priest in sight!"''

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--> '''Guardsman''': ''"Pass Pass me the field manual! We're stuck on a bloody Forge World, and not a Tech-Priest in sight!"''sight!



* NoIndoorVoice: Grimskull yells everything at the top of his lungs. Par for the course, though, being an Ork and all.

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* NoIndoorVoice: NoIndoorVoice:
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Grimskull yells everything at the top of his lungs. Par for the course, though, being an Ork and all.



-->[[spoiler: ''Grimskull'': [[BadassBoast I ain't so easy to kill]].]]

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-->[[spoiler: ''Grimskull'': [[BadassBoast --->'''Grimskull''': [[spoiler:[[BadassBoast I ain't so easy to kill]].]]



* [[EnergyWeapon Power Weapon]]: Power Axes and Power Swords, the latter of which is multiplayer-exclusive. Both work by sheathing the blade in an energy field, allowing it to cut through armor with ease. The Power Sword, which is simply a reskinned [[ChainsawGood Chainsword]] so that it doesn't provide an [[BribingYourWayToVictory unfair advantage]], is unlocked by playing the twin stick shooter VideoGame/Warhammer40000KillTeam on consoles or if you had pre-ordered the [[LimitedSpecialCollectorsUltimateEdition Special Edition]].
** Not exactly an unfair advantage, but since the power sword doesn't make the same trademark growl as the chainsword, it's a bit stealthier ([[MostWonderfulSound if less satisfying]]) in multiplayer, since you can hear a chainsword from across the map.



-->'''Grimskull''': "I ain't finished with you yet, Space Marine!"
-->'''Titus''': "But ''I'' am finished with ''you, Ork''."

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-->'''Grimskull''': "I I ain't finished with you yet, Space Marine!"
-->'''Titus''': "But
Marine!\\
'''Titus''': But
''I'' am finished with ''you, Ork''."''you'', Ork.



* RealIsBrown: Played with. The developers made it clear they wanted the game to be bright and colorful, and they pretty much pulled it off as far as combat and character designs are concerned (the Ultramarines wear bright blue and gold armor, for example). The environments, however, tend to be brown or grey (you're on a [[EternalEngine Forge World]], after all), and the regular Imperials tend to wear rather drab uniforms.

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* RealIsBrown: RealIsBrown:
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Played with. The developers made it clear they wanted the game to be bright and colorful, and they pretty much pulled it off as far as combat and character designs are concerned (the Ultramarines wear bright blue and gold armor, for example). The environments, however, tend to be brown or grey (you're on a [[EternalEngine Forge World]], after all), and the regular Imperials tend to wear rather drab uniforms.



-->'''CAMOUFLAGE IS THE COLOR OF COWARDICE.'''

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-->'''CAMOUFLAGE --->'''CAMOUFLAGE IS THE COLOR OF COWARDICE.'''



** Although it's somewhat funny to hear this from an Ultramarine, since of all the Chapters, "blind adherence to the Codex" describes their hat best. Although they're not thoughtless automatons without capability for tactical flexibility, of course, so it's not really a ''conflict'' with the fluff.[[note]](Titus in particular specifically calls out that respecting the Codex should be a given, it is leaning to creatively apply those lessons to life on the battlefield where the challenge lies)[[/note]] Still, it ''is'' pretty ironic.
*** It is worth noting that the exact level of adherence the Ultramarines have towards the Codex Astartes is ZigZagged, DependingOnTheWriter. Some material states that even the slightest deviation from the Codex is grounds for expulsion from the chapter, while others indicate that the Ultramarines realise that no book, no matter how masterfully written, can account for every situation. Current lore seems to be leaning towards the latter, with the Literature/HorusHeresy books even indicating that Guilliman wrote the book as a primer and never intended it to be followed by the letter.



* RuleOfCool: In the finest tradition of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', of course!
** The [[FinishingMove execution]] animations unabashedly follow this.

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* RuleOfCool: In the finest tradition of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', of course!
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course! The [[FinishingMove execution]] animations unabashedly follow this.



** SceneryGorn: Graia is very torn up by the time you get there, though it does make for some pretty awesome vistas, such as when you first touch down and walk through the wreckage, eventually coming to a long avenue with an enormous and miraculously still intact statue depicting a cloaked figure with a spiked ring around their head at the far end.
*** Said statue gets its [[MonumentalDamage top half blown off]] as you close the distance to it.

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* SceneryGorn:
** SceneryGorn: Graia is very torn up by the time you get there, though it does make for some pretty awesome vistas, such as when you first touch down and walk through the wreckage, eventually coming to a long avenue with an enormous and miraculously still intact statue depicting a cloaked figure with a spiked ring around their head at the far end.
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end. Said statue gets its [[MonumentalDamage top half blown off]] as you close the distance to it.



** However, it's been announced that there won't be a sequel, as there's 'no room' for it with the upcoming MMO, Dark Millennium.



* StandardFPSGuns: The only ones not present are the flame thrower (the melta gun is more of a shotgun stand in, though, it perhaps counts as both) and the rocket launcher.

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* StandardFPSGuns: StandardFPSGuns:
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The only ones not present are the flame thrower (the melta gun is more of a shotgun stand in, though, it perhaps counts as both) and the rocket launcher.



* SwordAndGun: Used by Captain Titus in single-player and the Assault Marine/Raptor class in the multiplayer, when holding a Bolt or Plasma Pistol. Wearing a Jump Pack or wielding a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]] in single-player and the True Grit perk in multi-player allows them to wield a rifle-size Bolter in place of their Pistol, [[FiringOneHanded one-handed!]]
** [[MythologyGag The True Grit perk is a reference to a now-defunct special rule that was once available to some Space Marine armies on the tabletop]].
*** True Grit is a standard feature of the Gray Knights Chapter: The Marine must be wearing regular Power Armor (not Terminator) which allows them to use their WRIST MOUNT STORM BOLTER in Close Combat as an extra Close Combat Weapon.

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* SwordAndGun: SwordAndGun:
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Used by Captain Titus in single-player and the Assault Marine/Raptor class in the multiplayer, when holding a Bolt or Plasma Pistol. Wearing a Jump Pack or wielding a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]] in single-player and the True Grit perk in multi-player allows them to wield a rifle-size Bolter in place of their Pistol, [[FiringOneHanded one-handed!]]
** [[MythologyGag The True Grit perk is a reference to a now-defunct special rule that was once available to some Space Marine armies on the tabletop]].
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tabletop]]. True Grit is a standard feature of the Gray Knights Chapter: The Marine must be wearing regular Power Armor (not Terminator) which allows them to use their WRIST MOUNT STORM BOLTER in Close Combat as an extra Close Combat Weapon.



** In their vague defense; while the Gears are classified as SpaceMarines in their universe, they're a lot closer to the Imperial Guard than they are to the 40K Space Marines.



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Some trailers have shown us in-game footage that we were probably not supposed to see. Examples include [[spoiler:Inquisitor Drogan casually walking past some Bloodletters, Nemeroth turning into a Daemon Prince and Captain Titus killing Warboss Grimskull.]]

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: TrailersAlwaysSpoil:
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Some trailers have shown us in-game footage that we were probably not supposed to see. Examples include [[spoiler:Inquisitor Drogan casually walking past some Bloodletters, Nemeroth turning into a Daemon Prince and Captain Titus killing Warboss Grimskull.]]



* WalkItOff: Present - {{Justified|Trope}} by a Space Marine's physiology, with their Larraman's Organ causing non-fatal wounds to clot and scar quickly in addition to their lengthy and intense training allowing them to carry on long after ordinary humans would be incapacitated. The game is intended to largely subvert it in the single-player campaign, since performing a close-range [[FinishingMove execution]] will restore health, so if there's enemies, you don't have to wait! Get cleansing.
** However, the game will play it straight in both multi-player and the co-op "Exterminatus" mode, [[WordOfGod as according to the developers]], [[FinishingMove executions]] would simply make players into easy targets.

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* WalkItOff: Present - {{Justified|Trope}} by a Space Marine's physiology, with their Larraman's Organ causing non-fatal wounds to clot and scar quickly in addition to their lengthy and intense training allowing them to carry on long after ordinary humans would be incapacitated. The game is intended to largely subvert it in the single-player campaign, since performing a close-range [[FinishingMove execution]] will restore health, so if there's enemies, you don't have to wait! Get cleansing.
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cleansing. However, the game will play it straight in both multi-player and the co-op "Exterminatus" mode, [[WordOfGod as according to the developers]], [[FinishingMove executions]] would simply make players into easy targets.



* WithThisHerring: Titus starts the game by jumping off a dropship with a Jump Pack (which he disposes of once he lands), a Combat Knife and a Bolt Pistol. Considering the loadout available to an Ultramarine Captain, he might as well have jumped in naked. There's basically no reason for him not to bring a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]] and a [[MoreDakka Storm Bolter]] right off the bat - except game balance, of course.
** [[FridgeBrilliance Titus was part of a relatively small group of Ultramarines that were passing by while a more sizable force was still 3-5 days away. Given the urgency of the threat and the lack of time, it's entirely possible that they scrambled a couple of squads while supporting them with supply drops]]. Leandros and Sidonus even mention something along these lines when you come across a drop pod containing a Jump Pack.
** The Orc ship was a target of opportunity more than anything.

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* WithThisHerring: Titus starts the game by jumping off a dropship with a Jump Pack (which he disposes of once he lands), a Combat Knife and a Bolt Pistol. Considering the loadout available to an Ultramarine Captain, he might as well have jumped in naked. There's basically no reason for him not to bring a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]] and a [[MoreDakka Storm Bolter]] right off the bat - except game balance, of course.
** [[FridgeBrilliance
Titus was part of a relatively small group of Ultramarines that were passing by while a more sizable force was still 3-5 days away. Given the urgency of the threat and the lack of time, it's entirely possible that they scrambled a couple of squads while supporting them with supply drops]]. drops. Leandros and Sidonus even mention something along these lines when you come across a drop pod containing a Jump Pack.
** The Orc ship was a target of opportunity more than anything.
Pack.



* ZergRush: The Orks largely attack you with superior numbers and little tact. {{Averted|Trope}} for how the Chaos enemies act, with even their {{Mooks}} having more subtlety.
** To elaborate; the Orks do [[AttackAttackAttack nothing but offense]]. Chaos on the other hand, will force you to change up your tactics, as their units are more defensive and tend to stick to one spot.
** However, this actually works for the Orks, as even as strong as the player character is, they can still be overwhelmed.

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* ZergRush: The Orks largely attack you with superior numbers and little tact. {{Averted|Trope}} for how the Chaos enemies act, with even their {{Mooks}} having more subtlety.
** To elaborate; the
subtlety. The Orks do [[AttackAttackAttack nothing but offense]]. Chaos on the other hand, will force you to change up your tactics, as their units are more defensive and tend to stick to one spot.
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spot. However, this actually works for the Orks, as even as strong as the player character is, they can still be overwhelmed.
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