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[ERROR] No.50265792 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

What did he wanted again?

>> No.50265800

>>50265792
be a good son

>> No.50265808

>>50265792
proper english...

>> No.50265838

>>50265792
All he wanted was a truth

>> No.50265860

>>50265838
Finally, it took three posters to get to the point.
Did Lorgar ever had regrets about what he's done?

>> No.50265974

>>50265860
I remember he has doubts during drop site massacre, when he saw Fulgrim vs Ferrus deathmatch.

>> No.50267703

>>50265860
Numerous times. It took continuous cajoling from Erebus and Kor Phaeron to get him to fully commit.

>> No.50267793

>>50265792

>> No.50270161

>>50265792

Considering the reality he lived in, Lorgar was one hundred percent in the right.

>> No.50270342

>>50265792
He was probably one of the most loyal. If he didn't get dicked over as hard as he was, and the Emperor explained to him his mistakes, things would have been completely different.

>> No.50270582 [SPOILER] 

>>50265792

>> No.50270643

>>50270342
the emperor did explain his mistakes

his mistake was crossing the emperor

>>50270161
no

if his actions had led to a detente with the ruinous powers and the imperium then yes

but they had the effect of making chaos that much more powerful and the imperium that much weaker

so no

the whole point of keeping the true nature of chaos from his sons was that the emperor knew or feared they were corruptible, as proved to be the case, that they would turn to it for quick and easy power in times of need, as proved to be the case, and that the belief that he had bred them with of their own superiority would erroneously lead them to believe that they could master chaos, when it would in fact be chaos which mastered them, as proved to be the case

>> No.50270686

>>50265860
>Did Lorgar ever had regrets about what he's done?
probably

Remember he's done nothing but sulk in the Eye after the heresy ended.

>> No.50274043

>>50265792
friend :(

>> No.50274072

My favourite thing about The First Heretic is that Lorgar is an asshole even *before* he turns to Chaos.

>> No.50274121

>>50274072
Most of the Primarchs in general were assholes.

>> No.50274153

>>50274121
Yeah, but Lorgar is the only "cultured" Primarch who slaps his marines around when he gets angry.

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