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On the traitors side I like Thousand Sons. They didn't choose to go to Chaos, they were forced into it and have every right to be pissed.

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GW seems to like to portray the majority of renegade marines as monsterous reavers. I suppose individual marines may stray from the Emperor, though their intense training seems to breed the majority of humanity out of them.

I don't mind thinking of space marines (Chaos, renegade or loyal) as somewhat human some of the time. Imagining a renegade marine moving towards enjoying things such as reading, writing, painting and affection seems refreshing, provided they still slaughter things that oppose them.



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