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As with any PDF I assume them to be a proto-typcial Guard regiment unless otherwise noted. Leman Russes, Heavy Bolters, Lascannons. Rynn's World pdf by S. Parker. Pedro kantor's battle brothers and as, a combination of furious that his eventual election. Normally assigned to prepare it is. Rynn's World book. Read 45 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When the ork hordes of Warlord Snagrod lay waste to the planet of Badl. .
In the sky above the Sercia Bastion on which they stood, alien payloads fell without cease.
None struck the fortress-monastery. Every explosive impact on the shimmering shields caused the landscape below to flicker bright as day. With the void-shields at full power, the air became close and clammy, almost oppressive, and there was a constant loud hum in the air, discernible in the spaces between the thunder of the relentless barrage. Kantor called Ordinator Savales to his side. The seneschal had been following his lord at a respectful distance, braving the greenskin storm in case Kantor should need him for anything.
Now the Chapter Master wanted Savales safe.
The moment the bombardment ended, the void shields would be lowered to allow return fire. Keeping the shields up was safer, but it would allow the orks to land wherever they wanted with relative impunity, challenged only by the scattered plasma defence installations operated by the Rynnsguard.
Click to expand Within the void-shielded walls of the Silver Citadel, the Cassar, last fortress stronghold of the Crimson Fists, stood so far unmarked by the ravages of war.
Atop its roofs and towers, great gun batteries stood, whirring smoothly on their cogged mounts as they tracked left and right, scanning the sky for aerial threats.
This had once been such a beautiful world, so green and fertile, so rich and diverse in its animal and plant life. The orks had raped it. They had poisoned and burned and scarred its face. The covenant fleet is going to get curb-stomped again badly as long as lady luck doesn't screw the Crimson fist up this time around. System checks now report optimal status.
We have targeting solutions already mapped. Tracking data for the missiles is being uploaded now. The Laculum batteries will be online within three minutes. I want maximum retaliation on the greenskin fleet. What is the risk of large-scale debris impacting post-contact? The largest of the ork ships are locked in orbit so they can deploy their landers. Any heavy impact will propel debris outwards, away from the planet. The probability margin of collateral surface destruction is within the lower tenth of a percentile.
Let the enemies of mankind know our wrath. Sirens began to wail and red warning lamps spun into life.
A circular hatch in the tower roof, one metre thick and five metres across, hinged open with a hydraulic hiss. All around the fortress-monastery, the same was happening, hatches rising to reveal the blunted noses of surface-to-orbit ballistic missiles, each equipped with the most devastating conventional warheads available. The deafening roar of plasma-jet rockets intensified in pitch, and the nose of the missile nearest to Kantor slowly rose into view.
Its acceleration seemed painfully slow at first. It wrestled with gravity, fighting to heave its bulk into the air. More and more of the missile emerged from the silo, and its speed continued to increase. Gravity was losing. Captain Sicarius and two measly members of his command squad take on an entire Necron Monolith Battle of the Fang Blackwing deciding to contact the fleet and get a relief force for Fenris.
Bear in mind that after pulling off a crazy stunt Blackwing's ship has every damage indicator in the red, has been secretly teleport-boarded by the Thousand Sons, and every indication is that it will fall apart.
Not only does it survive thanks to a Big Damn Heroes by the Navigator, said Navigator also stays at his post until the end, and even being jettisoned from the wreck does not prevent Blackwing from not only getting his information to the fleet, but snarking about the experience afterwards.
While destroying some of the protective wards that prevent him from using his sorcery, Aphael stumbles upon a gaggle of scared and frightened children and decides to vent his frustrations by murdering them. The kids turn out to be far less harmless than he assumed, however, when one of them chucks a grenade at his face and knocks him off-balance. To put that in perspective, a gaggle of children just humiliated a Chaos Lord and got away with it completely unscathed, leaving him unable to do anything but fume in impotent rage.
Even with Magnus weakened by his past shenanigans, he's still ultimately a Primarch - a force capable of ripping open tank armour bare-handed - backed up with psychic power that would have been incredible even without the dubious blessings of Tzeentch.
And while only Bjorn actually survived the experience, insofar as a Dreadnought's existence can be considered "survival", this was the first time a Daemon Primarch was hurled back into the Immaterium - and without a single Grey Knight on hand, much less a hundred of them as Angron would later require.
The Red Corsairs will never take this ship. The boarders are routed and massacred in short order. The best is by far one word. The little Thunderfire cannon that could. When Khornate Daemons overrun the eastern flank of the city the Excoriators are defending Punisher was the only survivor and continued to hold them off, alone. And it that wasn't enough when Zachariah Kersh, the protagonist, sends out a signal to fall back Punisher goes on a search-and-destroy mission through the city.
Then it blows down a wall, saving the main characters from being overwhelmed by World Eaters and allowing them to escape, before opening fire into the traitors and killing many of them, including 10, year old World Eaters veterans who fought at Terra! They finally kill it by flanking it. Punisher died, but it absolutely owned some of the galaxy's fiercest killers before it died. Then the Legion itself. The Legion of the Damned arrive and absolutely destroy the traitors.
Best example is the fate of Umbragg of the Brazen Flesh. By his own admission Umbragg has fought in every single major battle involving the World Eaters. He fought at Istvaan, Terra, Armaggeddon and many other battles. And one lone Damned Legionary comes up behind him and slits his throat, leaving him to bleed out in an alley. One of the galaxy's deadliest warriors died like a common thug in "a street so small and insignificant to the galaxy around it that it didn't even name a name.
The Legion don't stop there. They fill the city and slaughter the Cholercaust. Some scenes described are a World Eater Lord and his cultists being herded into an open space, only to be fried by the Legion's flamers; A traitor named Slorak the Undying empting an entire clip of ammo from his bolt pistol into the face of a Legionary, only to have his head cut in two; A traitor Techmarine being lured into a park and blown up by pre-placed grenades; Foresworn marines being lured into the catacombs beneath the city and actually being stalked and hunted one-by-one by the Damned Legionaries.
Then there's Scout Omar. During a mission outside the city Omar is ambushed and literally buried alive in a cultist horde after they force him into an open grave. He survives and makes it back to the city as the Cholercaust is siegeing it.
Corpus-Captain Kersch rescues him, but Omar loses the lower half of his body to a gelatinous Daemon. That doesn't stop him from being a sniper spotter in the battle, and when his shooter is killed he takes the rifle and continues fighting.
He is the last Excoriator to die, the bell tower he is firing on is swarmed by Furies. Even his death is awesome as Omar detonates the grenades he is wearing and takes the tower, and the Fury swarm, with him and the falling tower crushes a hell of a lot of cultists. And in space One lone ship is all that defends Certus Minor.
They do better than anyone could have expected, taking down many ships with their sole lance cannon. But as they are being boarded a new ship appears.