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  • Field Log 834.M41-0121 Main Hive:Gunpoint

    //THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A CLOSED MIND IS A FOCUSED MIND// I find myself in strange company. Currently traveling with several non-combatants making our way though the city to the dry docks. The man that hired me has died, killed in an enemy ambush. …

  • Field Log 834.M41-0128 High Orbit: Sheol XVII

    //THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: IT IS BETTER TO DIE FOR THE EMPEROR THAN TO LIVE FOR YOURSELF// To gaze down from the heavens, far from the pain and struggles below I become restless... I miss my trench. As I write this I am standing on the command bridge of …

  • Field Log 834.M41-0218 Titanbane: Thical

    //THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: IN LIFE, WAR. IN DEATH, PEACE. IN LIFE, SHAME. IN DEATH, ATONEMENT// I dreamt of sunlight... it was peaceful. I awoke to pain... I am still not worthy. Found myself laid up in the medbay aboard the Titansbane, my wounds …

  • Field Log 834.M41-0304 Titanbane: Thical

    //THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: ONLY IN DEATH DOES DUTY END// Initially planning on spending the day recovering from my wounds with some light combat drills I was interrupted by an adept from the local Administratum approaching our ship with a job. Orks had …

  • Field Log 834.M41 -0401 Titansbane: Voidspace

    //THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: FOR EVERY BATTLE HONOUR, A THOUSAND HEROES DIE ALONE, UNSUNG, AND UNREMEMBERED// The trip though the Maw proved uneventful. The Emperor Protects. At Port Footfall we met our benefactor, a man named Zulfikar Raheem. An imposing …

  • Personal Log 834:M41-0415 Private Quarters: Titansbane

    _Regentropfen_ was playing, I could hear it plain as day. A fitting song as our macro shells fell upon Yurath, like rain called down by spiteful gods, washing away all traces of the once proud kingdom. This was not the first time I watched a world burn, …

  • "Krieger" 327

    Pushing my way through the crowd attempting to board the tram I'd just stepped off of I managed to make my way into Hab A45-21 and seeing it for the first time the only word I could use to describe it was... revolting. Bulkheads and passageways packed …