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* AnticlimaxBoss: A relatively minor villain in ''Xenos'' is shown to be an ungodly powerful psyker. Not only could he force the submission of a Chaos Space Marine, he was able to tear a cipher for the [[spoiler: Necroteuch from the walls of the saruthi tetrascape. He ''forced a wall'' to divulge its secrets with the power of his mind. It left him largely burned out, though, too weak to stop Heldane from just shooting him.]] ** At the end of Hereticus, a Daemonhost [[spoiler:that belongs to Glaw]] was thought to be stronger than Cherubael by dint of being less stringently bound. Cherubael was apparently strong enough that he wiped the floor with it anyway, [[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome though we don't get to see it]]. He does make a note about being nastier than Eisenhorn ever imagined.
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** VillainDecay: Pontius Glaw goes from a charmingly evil MagnificentBastard in ''Malleus'' to a whining PsychopathicManchild in ''Hereticus''
** VillainDecay: Pontius Glaw goes from a charmingly evil MagnificentBastard in ''Malleus'' to a whining PsychopathicManchild in ''Hereticus''. [[spoiler: He does, however, manage to wipe out most of Eisenhorne's retinue in ''Hereticus'', so he's still pretty dangerous.]]
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