History YMMV / Warhammer40000Spacemarine

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.
28th Oct '13 9:39:01 AM DoctorFluffy
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* RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap: 1d4chan credits this game as making them actually respect the Ultramarines again.
12th Jun '13 1:54:22 PM chopshop
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** The Blood Ravens arriving to help out is pretty heartwarming when you realize that [[spoiler: they weren't given any orders to come. They just happened to be passing by and decided to ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight and come down to help out their brother-in-arms.]]
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