History YMMV / Warhammer40000SpaceMarine

22nd Mar '17 5:17:05 AM darkknight109
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* FunnyMoments: There's a subtle bit of GallowsHumor in the introduction, where communications discussing the ongoing battle of Graia and its strategic implications are ongoing between two unnamed parties. The very first suggestion brought up as a response to the Ork invasion is ''[[EarthShatteringKaboom Exterminatus]]'' and only when that option is ruled out do they bother to discuss actually saving the planet instead of just blowing it up.
9th Oct '16 12:51:16 PM Eyeshield
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* TheScrappy: Leandros. ''Definitely'' intentional, since he's clearly meant to represent both the negative aspects of the Space Marines and StopHavingFunGuys who insist that everything be done a certain way.

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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: To a VERY limited extent, Titus is a shining example of the GOOD Ultramarines. Sadly, [[TheScrappy Leandros]] royally screws it up at the end of the game.
* TheScrappy: Leandros. ''Definitely'' intentional, since he's clearly meant to represent both the negative aspects of the Space Marines (especially his entire chapter, the Ultramarines) and StopHavingFunGuys who insist that everything be done a certain way.
10th Aug '16 6:01:11 AM Vovka
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* PlayerPunch: [[spoiler:Realizing "Drogan" set you up, and watching Nemeroth murder Sidonius by stabbing him in the back with his power claw.]]
** One right at the very end of the game, [[spoiler:when Leandros accuses Titus of heresy and has him taken away by Inquisitor Thrax. Leandros fought with you the entire game, and then he turns on his Brother-Captain in the name of close-minded devotion. The sense of betrayal is palpable]].
* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: 1d4chan credits this game as making them actually respect the Ultramarines again. Considering that Matt Ward treats them as his CreatorsPet, while Graham [=McNeill's=] protagonist from the ''Novel/{{Ultramarines}}'' novels seems to be deliberately designed as an anti-Ultramarine (going against the Codex just to prove a point), Titus finally manages to strike a balance between adhering to the Codex without being LawfulStupid about it and generally being a {{Badass}} without becoming a MarySue.

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* PlayerPunch: [[spoiler:Realizing "Drogan" set you up, and watching Nemeroth murder Sidonius by stabbing him in the back with his power claw.]]
** One right at
At the very end of the game, [[spoiler:when Leandros accuses Titus of heresy and has him taken away by Inquisitor Thrax. Leandros fought with you the entire game, and then he turns on his Brother-Captain in the name of close-minded devotion. The sense of betrayal is palpable]].
* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: 1d4chan credits this game as making them actually respect the Ultramarines again. Considering that Matt Ward treats them as his CreatorsPet, while Graham [=McNeill's=] protagonist from the ''Novel/{{Ultramarines}}'' novels seems to be deliberately designed as an anti-Ultramarine (going against the Codex just to prove a point), Titus finally manages to strike a balance between adhering to the Codex without being LawfulStupid about it and generally being a {{Badass}} without becoming a MarySue.
palpable]].
3rd Aug '16 8:32:26 PM ThraggLootrippa
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** One right at the very end of the game, [[spoiler:when Leandros accuses Titus of heresy and has him taken away by Inquisitor Thrax. Leandros fought with you the entire game, and then he turns on his Brother-Captain in the name of close-minded devotion. The sense of betrayal is palpable]].
1st Jan '16 10:23:10 AM FlameDistortion
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***On Hard difficulty level remove the "slow" part. Unlike Gretchin who still are just living medkits, a squad of Renegades will shred you in seconds with their lasguns if you decide to stay in the open.
12th Nov '14 2:05:13 PM darkknight109
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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: 1d4chan credits this game as making them actually respect the Ultramarines again.

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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: 1d4chan credits this game as making them actually respect the Ultramarines again. Considering that Matt Ward treats them as his CreatorsPet, while Graham [=McNeill's=] protagonist from the ''Novel/{{Ultramarines}}'' novels seems to be deliberately designed as an anti-Ultramarine (going against the Codex just to prove a point), Titus finally manages to strike a balance between adhering to the Codex without being LawfulStupid about it and generally being a {{Badass}} without becoming a MarySue.
12th Nov '14 10:34:28 AM betastyle
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** The first time Titus and his comrades encounter the remaining Imperial Guard on the planet. A small force of troopers is struggling to hold back yet another massive wave of orks when the [[BigDamnHeroes Space Marines arrive to help.]] After the battle is done, the surviving Guardsmen reverently kneel before the Space Marines, thanking them profusely for saving their lives.
-->'''[[AFatherToHisMen Captain Titus]]''': Rise, Guardsmen. [[ThinkNothingOfIt You saved yourselves.]]

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** The first time Titus and his comrades encounter the remaining Imperial Guard on the planet. A small force of troopers is struggling to hold back yet another massive wave of orks when the [[BigDamnHeroes Space Marines arrive to help.]] After the battle is done, the surviving Guardsmen reverently kneel before the Space Marines, thanking them profusely for saving their lives.
-->'''[[AFatherToHisMen
lives. [[AFatherToHisMen Captain Titus]]''': Titus]] just smiles.
-->'''Titus''':
Rise, Guardsmen. [[ThinkNothingOfIt You saved yourselves.]]
12th Nov '14 10:33:21 AM betastyle
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** The first time Titus and his comrades encounter the remaining Imperial Guard on the planet. A small force of troopers is struggling to hold back yet another massive wave of orks when the [[BigDamnHeroes Space Marines arrive to help.]] After the battle is done, the surviving Guardsmen reverently kneel before the Space Marines, thanking them profusely for saving their lives.
-->'''[[AFatherToHisMen Captain Titus]]''': Rise, Guardsmen. [[ThinkNothingOfIt You saved yourselves.]]
25th Jun '14 6:43:50 PM chopshop
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* TheScrappy: Leandros. ''Definitely'' intentional, since he's clearly meant to represent both the negative aspects of the Space Marines and StopHavingFunGuys who insist that everything be done a certain way.
28th May '14 8:57:27 PM Willbyr
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** Ork Nobz in the first arcs. They're incredibly hard to stun or kill in melee, and shooting them down uses a lot of ammo. They also hit very hard in melee. Before you can get a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]], only [[LimitBreak Fury mode]] can kill them quickly and efficiently (though a three-hit plus stun [[{{Combos}} combo]] usually sets up most nobs for a quick execution.)

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** Ork Nobz in the first arcs. They're incredibly hard to stun or kill in melee, and shooting them down uses a lot of ammo. They also hit very hard in melee. Before you can get a [[DropTheHammer Thunder Hammer]], only [[LimitBreak Fury mode]] can kill them quickly and efficiently (though a three-hit plus stun [[{{Combos}} combo]] {{combo|s}} usually sets up most nobs for a quick execution.)



* EnsembleDarkhorse: [[ActionGirl Second Lieutenant Mira]] of the ImperialGuard, as well as the [[DawnOfWar Blood Ravens]] who show up later on to fight alongside you.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: [[ActionGirl Second Lieutenant Mira]] of the ImperialGuard, [[Characters/Warhammer40000ImperialGuard Imperial Guard]], as well as the [[DawnOfWar [[VideoGame/DawnOfWar Blood Ravens]] who show up later on to fight alongside you.
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