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July 7, 1987
40k, Star Wars, Babylon 5, WW2, A Song of Ice and Fire, the Drenai series, the Riftwar and all that followed it, D&D, Vikings, the Malazan Book of the Fallen. I think you get the gist of it.

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  1. In Topic: Warhammer Books

    Today, 03:33 PM

    Yeah I have no clue. They should have written that as impossible to close and needing guarding at all times and would have been better.
  2. In Topic: Warhammer Books

    27 November 2021 - 03:54 PM

    Doesn't help that most of this was a short background page in the rulebook for a good while. And suddenly you have to make a short blurb about half the Legions going traitor into a full blown story. Some bits will be a bit shaky.
  3. In Topic: Warhammer Books

    25 November 2021 - 07:55 PM

    The Emperor definitely kept things secret that might have helped others not stumble into some of the traps of Chaos. Then again, the Emperor also had blind spots regarding chaos and faith since He believed you could starve chaos out by denying them worship - it doesn't work that way sadly - and His hatred of religion is immense. Of course the point of the Heresy is that it's a tragedy so bad things will happen. Some characters, like Khor Phaeron and F****ING Erebus are rotten to begin with, others think they know better than the Emperor and screw things up and so on. Some of the Emperor's decisions also seem baffling but I think they need to be looked at from the perspective of someone who's been alive since the dawn of humanity more or less. When He fucks off to the Palace and leaves Horus in charge of the Crusade, or does the ban at Nikae, the event at Monarchia, using Angron and Curze despite their obvious issues, for Him these are all short term things. As far as He's concerned He stepped out for 5 minutes to tend to a thing while leaving a hole patched with duct tape and the next thing He knows, the house is flooded and there are flaming sharks in the water.

    It's unclear to what extent He could predict the future. He might have known He didn't have a lot of time to accomplish His goals but not enough to realize that the temporary solutions to some problems would be the things that mean He doesn't have a lot of time.

    Don't be fooled by Horus into thinking he's naïve. He's a sneaky one, using the Mournival to seem more reasonable (that scene when Loken attends his first meeting as a member) and he's got a big ego and fragile pride.

    Chaos is a thing, the birth of Slaanesh killed the Eldar Empire and calmed the Warp storms that were keeping humanity scattered and isolated. As the series goes on, you'll see the corruption take hold. Corruption, degradation and insanity. The reasons for giving in varying from pride, to desire for power, to a genuine belief that only through the powers and worship of Chaos can humanity survive and thrive (these nuts are most deluded of them all).

    @Macros Regarding the spoilers.

  4. In Topic: New ICE prequel trilogy

    23 September 2021 - 03:44 AM

  5. In Topic: Brexit or bremain

    08 September 2021 - 07:07 PM

    View PostMezla PigDog, on 10 May 2021 - 11:51 AM, said:

    Define "obliged" though. If push came to shove and it was politically expedient I'm sure the UK government would throw them under the bus.

    Well they fought for the Falklands despite it being far away and not even important. Idk.


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    07 Jul 2021 - 06:47
    happy birthday dude
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    18 Apr 2010 - 18:02
    It's ok, I got an umbrella.
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    18 Apr 2010 - 15:18
    The Cloud, its coming for you!
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