12:18:11 AM Dec 17th 2015
Lateral change at best. On a different note you shouldn't really move entries from one page to another without discussing it on these pages or the forum first. Norg belongs on the Militarum/Guard page as that is the fraction he fights for and the Codex that he is detailed in.
02:34:59 PM Dec 29th 2013
This page is over 380K characters and will need to be split soon.
05:20:41 AM Feb 27th 2013
So there has been a disagreement on the primarch of the Grey Knights. Can someone cite a solid reference so our list is correct? Lexicanum says the Emperor, as stated in the Grey Knights 5th Edition codex (pp. 6-7).
05:49:41 AM Feb 27th 2013
I'd say go with the codex but put in a note that there's a discrepancy.
07:34:09 PM Mar 27th 2013
I'd like to know where which book says that Mortarion was the Primarch for the Grey Knights. Because if the argument is simply "Garro is Death Guard" I say we delete it.
08:20:18 PM Mar 27th 2013
Wasn't it confirmed in a later book (i.e., not Flight of the Eisenstein) that Garro did indeed help found the Grey Knights, though?
08:45:04 PM Mar 27th 2013
Yes, Garro was one of the original Grand Masters of the Grey Knights, but it's an entirely different thing to say that all of their gene-seed comes from XIV Legion stock. Also included in that number are Macer Varren, a World Eater, Tylos Rubio, an Ultramarine, and Garviel Loken, a Luna Wolves. We can cite Codex: Grey Knights as a legitimate source as to the Emperor being the source of their gene-seed (much as it annoys me to give credit to the same source that butchered Sisters of Battle needlessly, but that's beside the point). Where does it say that Mortarion is the source for the gene-seed, that is what I want to know.
08:08:15 AM Feb 24th 2013
The list of spacemarine chapters is taken from 1d4 chan and contains sarcastic jokes and errors. Could we replace this with something more accurate and perhaps more extensive?