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[[WMG:The sequel will have you meet up with the Literature/BloodRavens Blood Ravens from ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar''.]]


While it might simply be his attempts to turn Titus and a First Founding chapter to Chaos, Nemeroth doesn't seem too opposed to the idea of Chaos Ultramarines running around lead by their own captain. It isn't conclusive, but the war-scars of fighting against their loyalist cousins during the Heresy is in living memory of most Chaos Space Marines. That and Nemeroth repeatedly calls Titus "brother". While not a hard and fast rule, many Space Marines will call marines descended from other legions "cousin" and their own chapter and legion "brother".

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While it might simply be his attempts to turn Titus and a First Founding chapter to Chaos, Nemeroth doesn't seem too opposed to the idea of Chaos Ultramarines running around lead by their own captain. It isn't conclusive, but the war-scars of fighting against their loyalist cousins during the Heresy is in living memory of most Chaos Space Marines. That and Nemeroth repeatedly calls Titus "brother". While not a hard and fast rule, many Space Marines will call marines descended from other legions "cousin" and their own chapter and legion "brother"."brother".
** Also, take note of the front horns of Nemeroth's armor. Notice the shape they make?


* Also, his shutting down of the Forge World is necessary, at least in the short term, not only did they have (At a minimum - this is just an estimate of what Titus faced personally) a regiment of Chaos Raiders backed by a company each of Bloodletters and Chaos Space Marines that he will want to make sure are dealt with before people go back to work, their presence is the result of Inquisitor Dorden using what turned out to be a very dangerous Warp Artifact to power a Titan product facility - and were only gotten rid of because Titus used said artifact to directly power a Titan. Titans ''have'' been corrupted by Chaos before. Letting production resume before ensuring that Invictus and the facility it was built in aren't isn't just foolhardy, it's insanely dangerous. The longer he holds the planet in quarantine, the more likely the Cogboys will try to apply pressure against him, but in the near term the Inquisition ''will'' back him up so that he can make the necessary inquiries.

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* Also, his shutting down of the Forge World is necessary, at least in the short term, not only did they have (At a minimum - this is just an estimate of what Titus faced personally) a regiment of Chaos Raiders backed by a company each of Bloodletters and Chaos Space Marines that he will want to make sure are dealt with before people go back to work, their presence is the result of Inquisitor Dorden using what turned out to be a very dangerous Warp Artifact to power a Titan product facility - and were only gotten rid of because Titus used said artifact to directly power a Titan. Titans ''have'' been corrupted by Chaos before. Letting production resume before ensuring that Invictus and the facility it was built in aren't isn't just foolhardy, it's insanely dangerous. The longer he holds the planet in quarantine, the more likely the Cogboys will try to apply pressure against him, but in the near term the Inquisition ''will'' back him up so that he can make the necessary inquiries.inquiries.

[[WMG: Before falling to chaos, Nemeroth was an Ultramarine, or one of their successors.]]
While it might simply be his attempts to turn Titus and a First Founding chapter to Chaos, Nemeroth doesn't seem too opposed to the idea of Chaos Ultramarines running around lead by their own captain. It isn't conclusive, but the war-scars of fighting against their loyalist cousins during the Heresy is in living memory of most Chaos Space Marines. That and Nemeroth repeatedly calls Titus "brother". While not a hard and fast rule, many Space Marines will call marines descended from other legions "cousin" and their own chapter and legion "brother".


[[WMG:The sequel will have you meet up with the BloodRavens from ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar''.]]

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** If I'm recalling correctly, Space Marine sold only marginally ''less'' than [[VideoGame/GearsOfWar Gears of War 3]].


Quick bit of fluff: The Deathwatch are Space Marines hand-picked as the combat arm of the Ordo Xenos, an Inquisitional department. They operate in smaller teams with specialist wargear and sometimes xeno-adapted technology. They are literally Space Marine black ops. In short, Deathwatch are basically the equivalent of Force Recon Marines or Navy [=SEALs=] to the 'normal' Space Marines. They are {{Badass}} without a doubt.

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Quick bit of fluff: The Deathwatch are Space Marines hand-picked as the combat arm of the Ordo Xenos, an Inquisitional department. They operate in smaller teams with specialist wargear and sometimes xeno-adapted technology. They are literally Space Marine black ops. In short, Deathwatch are basically the equivalent of Force Recon Marines or Navy [=SEALs=] to the 'normal' Space Marines. They are {{Badass}} badass without a doubt.


******* However Jurgen is only one Blank and neither the ''Eisenhorn'' series or ''DarkHeresy'' suggest that Blanks are any more or less creative/intelligent than a normal human.

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******* However Jurgen is only one Blank and neither the ''Eisenhorn'' series or ''DarkHeresy'' ''TabletopGame/DarkHeresy'' suggest that Blanks are any more or less creative/intelligent than a normal human.


[[WMG:The sequel will have you meet up with the BloodRavens from DawnOfWar.]]

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[[WMG:The sequel will have you meet up with the BloodRavens from DawnOfWar.''VideoGame/DawnOfWar''.]]


**** I would prefer if that Space Marine 3 would reveal that the Ultramarines had infiltrated by the Alpha Legion, who had been manipulating the Ultramarines into their current inflexible devotion to the letter of the Codex Astartes characterization. The cabal of these Infiltrators, knowing free thinking marines such as Titus would be a threat to their plans so they manipulate events to make those who deviate from the path of strict adherence, as potential traitors, making them examples against free thought. Bonus points if the leader of this Alpha Legion cabal is named Matthias Warden

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**** I would prefer if that Space Marine 3 would reveal that the Ultramarines had infiltrated by the Alpha Legion, who had been manipulating the Ultramarines into their current inflexible devotion to the letter of the Codex Astartes characterization. The cabal of these Infiltrators, knowing free thinking marines such as Titus would be a threat to their plans so they manipulate events to make those who deviate from the path of strict adherence, as potential traitors, making them examples against free thought. Bonus points if the leader of this Alpha Legion cabal is named Matthias WardenMattathias Warden


**** I would prefer if that Space Marine 3 would reveal that the Ultramarines had infiltrated by the Alpha Legion, who had been manipulating the Ultramarines into their current inflexible devotion to the letter of the Codex Astartes characterization. The cabal of these Infiltrators, knowing free thinking marines such as Titus would be a threat to their plans so they manipulate the

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**** I would prefer if that Space Marine 3 would reveal that the Ultramarines had infiltrated by the Alpha Legion, who had been manipulating the Ultramarines into their current inflexible devotion to the letter of the Codex Astartes characterization. The cabal of these Infiltrators, knowing free thinking marines such as Titus would be a threat to their plans so they manipulate the
events to make those who deviate from the path of strict adherence, as potential traitors, making them examples against free thought. Bonus points if the leader of this Alpha Legion cabal is named Matthias Warden



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**** I would prefer if that Space Marine 3 would reveal that the Ultramarines had infiltrated by the Alpha Legion, who had been manipulating the Ultramarines into their current inflexible devotion to the letter of the Codex Astartes characterization. The cabal of these Infiltrators, knowing free thinking marines such as Titus would be a threat to their plans so they manipulate the

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* That Leandros was the one making the accusations probably did a lot in Thrax's defence. Thrax was just executing the duty of his office - it was Leandros that accused Titus of being a heretic. If anything the Chapter's wrath will fall on Leandros, for reporting him to the Inquisition rather than an Ultramarines Chaplain (as the Codex Astartes says you should, ironically enough).


****** [[CiaphasCain Jurgen]]

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****** [[CiaphasCain [[Literature/CiaphasCain Jurgen]]



Canonically there's been only ''one'' Lady General in M41.x00 [[CiaphasCain Lady Jenit Sulla]].

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Canonically there's been only ''one'' Lady General in M41.x00 [[CiaphasCain [[Literature/CiaphasCain Lady Jenit Sulla]].


* Canonically there's been only ''one'' Lady General in M41.x00 [[CiaphasCain Lady Jenit Sulla]].

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* Canonically there's been only ''one'' Lady General in M41.x00 [[CiaphasCain Lady Jenit Sulla]].Sulla]].
* Still, given what she accomplished, once she's done being interviewed by Thrax, her star is likely to rise quite high - assuming she doesn't catch a lasbolt on some campaign before it reaches its peak. That kind of thing probably happens to prospective military geniuses in the Imperium on a depressingly regular basis.


** In theory. In practice, Inquisitors have to tread very carefully around space marines because most Chapters tend to be very, very protective of Astartes Sovereignty. First Founding Chapters, and those with a history of resisting authority (Like the Space Wolves) or close ties to their successor Chapters (like the Dark Angels and the Ultramarines) are virtually untouchable as a collective. While it's unlikely the Ultramarines can simply demand Titus's release, Titus's status does ensure he's going to get a fair examination.

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** In theory. In practice, Inquisitors have to tread very carefully around space marines because most Chapters tend to be very, very protective of Astartes Sovereignty. First Founding Chapters, and those with a history of resisting authority (Like the Space Wolves) or close ties to their successor Chapters (like the Dark Angels and the Ultramarines) are virtually untouchable as a collective. While it's unlikely the Ultramarines can simply demand Titus's release, Titus's status does ensure he's going to get a fair examination.examination.
* Also, his shutting down of the Forge World is necessary, at least in the short term, not only did they have (At a minimum - this is just an estimate of what Titus faced personally) a regiment of Chaos Raiders backed by a company each of Bloodletters and Chaos Space Marines that he will want to make sure are dealt with before people go back to work, their presence is the result of Inquisitor Dorden using what turned out to be a very dangerous Warp Artifact to power a Titan product facility - and were only gotten rid of because Titus used said artifact to directly power a Titan. Titans ''have'' been corrupted by Chaos before. Letting production resume before ensuring that Invictus and the facility it was built in aren't isn't just foolhardy, it's insanely dangerous. The longer he holds the planet in quarantine, the more likely the Cogboys will try to apply pressure against him, but in the near term the Inquisition ''will'' back him up so that he can make the necessary inquiries.

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