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More Ward. Not a Tau this time, but still a foul eylyun.

>813.M41 Escape from Cano’var
>At Nemesor Zahndrekh’s instruction, the armies of Gidrim invade the Tau world of Cano’var, routing the planetary defenders after two weeks of campaigning. The Necron victory is short-lived however. A demi-company of White Scars, led by Kor’sarro Khan, arrive on Cano’var, pursuing a now-obsolete punitive mission against the previous inhabitants. An overwhelming volley of gauss fire destroys the White Scars Thunderhawks moments after they land, leaving Khan and his Battle-Brothers to fight a bold, but doomed, series of hit-and-run battles. Almost all of the White Scars are slain on Uzme Plateau, but Zahndrekh commands that Kor’sarro Khan is spared and imprisoned.

>So does Khan begin a peculiar period of captivity beneath the surface of Cano’var. Zahndrekh treats him with honour, though few of the other Necron Lords even acknowledge his presence. At a bizarre feast, where food is placed before Zahndrekh and his court but goes uneaten, Khan learns he is but one of a dozen prisoners. With the desire for freedom outweighing any ranklement or rivalry, Khan and the other captives conspire to escape.

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Here's some reasonable fluff courtesy of your spiritual liege.

>813.M41 Escape from Cano’var
>At Nemesor Zahndrekh’s instruction, the armies of Gidrim invade the Tau world of Cano’var, routing the planetary defenders after two weeks of campaigning. The Necron victory is short-lived however. A demi-company of White Scars, led by Kor’sarro Khan, arrive on Cano’var, pursuing a now-obsolete punitive mission against the previous inhabitants. An overwhelming volley of gauss fire destroys the White Scars Thunderhawks moments after they land, leaving Khan and his Battle-Brothers to fight a bold, but doomed, series of hit-and-run battles. Almost all of the White Scars are slain on Uzme Plateau, but Zahndrekh commands that Kor’sarro Khan is spared and imprisoned.

>So does Khan begin a peculiar period of captivity beneath the surface of Cano’var. Zahndrekh treats him with honour, though few of the other Necron Lords even acknowledge his presence. At a bizarre feast, where food is placed before Zahndrekh and his court but goes uneaten, Khan learns he is but one of a dozen prisoners. With the desire for freedom outweighing any ranklement or rivalry, Khan and the other captives conspire to escape.

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Have another piece of Wardfluff. (TRIGGER WARNING: CONTAINS NEWCRONS)

>813.M41 Escape from Cano’var
>At Nemesor Zahndrekh’s instruction, the armies of Gidrim invade the Tau world of Cano’var, routing the planetary defenders after two weeks of campaigning. The Necron victory is short-lived however. A demi-company of White Scars, led by Kor’sarro Khan, arrive on Cano’var, pursuing a now-obsolete punitive mission against the previous inhabitants. An overwhelming volley of gauss fire destroys the White Scars Thunderhawks moments after they land, leaving Khan and his Battle-Brothers to fight a bold, but doomed, series of hit-and-run battles. Almost all of the White Scars are slain on Uzme Plateau, but Zahndrekh commands that Kor’sarro Khan is spared and imprisoned.

>So does Khan begin a peculiar period of captivity beneath the surface of Cano’var. Zahndrekh treats him with honour, though few of the other Necron Lords even acknowledge his presence. At a bizarre feast, where food is placed before Zahndrekh and his court but goes uneaten, Khan learns he is but one of a dozen prisoners. With the desire for freedom outweighing any ranklement or rivalry, Khan and the other captives conspire to escape.

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>>21693284
Practically every infantry unit in the book has the Combat Tactics special rule (allowing them to demonstrate the courage and valour of the Adeptus Astartes by automatically failing any Morale check, if they so choose). Taking a Chapter-specific special character exchanges the rule for a different bonus. For example, Kor'sarro Khan gives all eligible units the ability to outflank, while Vulkan He'stan makes all thunder hammers master-crafted and all flame and melta weapons twin-linked.

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>>16538045

Niggers, please.
(also the Hunt for Voldemortorius)

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How often in 5E fluff do you actually SEE other Chapters proclaiming their desire to be more like the Ultramarines? Even in the SM codex, Ward, in addition to giving the White Scars and Salamanders their own special characters, actually expanded upon the cultures and traditions of those Chapters.

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Just look at how Kor'sarro tries to be different with the way his studs are placed.

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"Surround yourself with the greatest warriors at your command, or cower in the deepest and darkest hole you can find. It matters not. I shall take your head for the Great Khan and for the Emperor."

Note how there's no mention of Guilliman.



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