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  • OriginalHuman
    OriginalHumanMuaj më parë

    So what do you all think?!? Should I keep diving deep into Warhammer? Maybe read some books!?! Play some of the games?!?

  • Formortiis Warhawk

    Formortiis Warhawk

    28 ditë më parë

    All of the above brother.

  • Jesse Guajardo

    Jesse Guajardo

    28 ditë më parë

    Hey I recommend you watch the series called If the Emperor had a text to speech device

  • Criminals rule the world now!

    Criminals rule the world now!

    Muaj më parë

    Fun fact...the emperor is based on a monty python character called Brian.

  • Abhothra


    Muaj më parë

    So as immense as the universe is, if you want to have a quick overview of the lore in all it's twisted glory. (No but really if you haven't encountered Exterminatus yet you're in for a ride) I'd suggest you look for some ALthers Like Leutin09 who has a very deep understanding of it although you might risk spoilers for some of the books. The Dawn of war series for PC are good RTS games and are good laugh. Regarding the Tabletop hobby, it's currently in between editions as it were. (Quite normal for Games Workshop, I don't envy their gamedesigners for having to balance all these armies) The rules are now in 9th edition even though some of the Armybooks or Codex as they're called in 40K are still in 8th. The current starter boxes are a good and "Cheaper" way to get into the tabletop game and when the current Covid situation allows it I'd advise you to go and visit your local GW-Store since they have play nights. Tabletop Tactics, StrikingScorpion82 and Winter SEO have really good Battlereports. TL;DR? Yes, Yes and Yes. Sorry if some of the information is redundant, couldn't be arsed to read up the current 155 reactions on your pinned comment.

  • Tutorial Dieg

    Tutorial Dieg

    Muaj më parë

    Yes yes yes

  • Remila Scarat
    Remila Scarat4 orë më parë

    the eimper look like that one fruit in the back of the fridge since thanksgiving

  • Jean-Tristan Wiggill
    Jean-Tristan Wiggill8 orë më parë

    "I didn't know it was so dark" Strap on in boi

  • Herald Stone
    Herald StoneDitë më parë

    What's funny about this and Dune (i know WH40k was heavily inspired by Dune) is that God Emperor in Dune pushed with religion for his eventual end game plan of freeing mankind from just being followers for the future. While the God Emperor in WH40k pushed for the imperial truth of atheism and ended up with religion.

  • Brandon Massaro
    Brandon Massaro2 ditë më parë


  • Brandon Massaro
    Brandon Massaro2 ditë më parë

    There's lots of factions with sub factions that have sub factions with sub factions for those sub factions ad infinitum.. That's how it was explained to me when I got started anyway.

  • AlexsMinecraftChannel
    AlexsMinecraftChannel5 ditë më parë

    Just purchased the rest of the codex's for Chaos! :D

  • Hawken Vanguard
    Hawken Vanguard6 ditë më parë

    If you want to read a book about the daily life of one of the Astra Militarum soldiers and how grimdark it is, there is a book called The Imperial Infantrymans Uplifting Primer. It goes into detail about the gear they carry, what they can be executed for (which is a lot) and what the standard procedure is for most everything.

  • Rowan Brown
    Rowan Brown8 ditë më parë

    Yessa Tau, For The Greater Good

  • Helpful Krieger
    Helpful Krieger10 ditë më parë

    Somebody who actually likes the tua .... For the farsight enclave and the true greater good \[••]/

  • Havran228
    Havran22810 ditë më parë

    Emperor was created by a mass suicide of a bunch of top elite psychers... Can't they create a new emperor the same way?

  • Xenau lite
    Xenau lite13 ditë më parë

    Warhammer 40K: You think its the worst it could ever be, but it its always finds a way to be even worst. And it the best thing about it!

  • Brad Kirkwood
    Brad Kirkwood15 ditë më parë

    he forgot to mention that the Imperial guard aren't necessarily charging by choice, they're charging because if they don't they get BLAMed by the Commissar

  • sir bowtie
    sir bowtie15 ditë më parë

    Who would've known. A soldier likes a regular soldier doing his job.

  • Vladislav Ohremenco
    Vladislav Ohremenco19 ditë më parë

    You talk waaaaaaaay to much.

  • Nachib Talib
    Nachib Talib20 ditë më parë

    So was the emperor evil? Or does the imperium just pervert his words and do fucked up shit on his behalf? Like I know he didn’t want to be a god but what would he say about the shit the imperium is doing now?

  • Antidisestablishmentarianism Spaghettification
    Antidisestablishmentarianism Spaghettification21 ditë më parë

    Cadia broke before the guard did.

  • krosano2006
    krosano200623 ditë më parë

    I'm sorry...SciFi is a subgenre of fantasy??? SciFi and Fantasy are both expressions of FICTION. Fiction my friend, not fantasy.

  • Petrie W
    Petrie W23 ditë më parë

    just in case nobody really explained this : yes, it's supposed to be Earth.... sort of.... The backstory kind of goes like this : 8000 years before what we would consider present day, all the psychic humans had the same premonition of the universe ending in a flood of chaos and darkness, and knew they had to do something about it. So they all traveled to some place in Anatolia, modern turkey, to figure out what to do about it. In the end they decided that if humanity was to survive it needed a protector who could face down the gods of chaos... and so they all promptly committed suicide. Stick with me, it makes sense. When all their souls were in the same place in the warp at the same time, they were able to pool together and rebirth themselves as one super-being... the Emperor. Who may or may not actually count as the 5th chaos god depending on who you ask, but that's roughly the power level we're talking here. So in this alternate history of earth, every messiah figure from every religion is actually the Emperor in disguise showing up to affect the course of human history to lead them to what he thinks is their ultimate destiny, to rule the universe, impose order, and defeat chaos before it can consume the galaxy. History as we know it is mostly true... there just also happens to be a lot of psychic manipulation going on that never makes it into the official histories. Like the Emperor defeating a necron god sometime in the 15th century and imprisoning it on Mars, but it still had enough power to infect the dreams of humans and give them access to advance technological knowledge... basically the root cause of the Renaissance in europe... it's extremely weird but in a fun way.

  • Ðevil Shiro
    Ðevil Shiro25 ditë më parë

    it would take roughly 38000 years to go in depth into warhammer lore :P

  • Ultima75000
    Ultima7500026 ditë më parë

    Wish Bricky made a better note of the Elite of the Imperial Guard/Astra Militarum: The Tempestus Scions or "Storm Troopers" rather than just showing a small picture.

  • Edgar Dabes
    Edgar Dabes26 ditë më parë

    I have watched Bricky's videos like a hundred times. And now you pretend I watch YOU reacting to them? Ok, fine, I'll do it.

  • Zesty Aardvarks
    Zesty Aardvarks26 ditë më parë

    I'm sure someone's mentioned it, but Bricky, along with DKDiamantes and QuietShy, have started a 40K lore podcast called "Adeptus Ridiculous". It's sort of a similar style to this, where Bricky's the one explaining the lore in a nutshell, definitely more in-depth but not too bogged up in technicalities and details, but the difference is he's explaining it to DK, who's very new to the whole thing. It's quite fun and entertaining, I love how Bricky explains stuff and I love learning this stuff alongside DK and hearing DK's reactions to all the dark yet silly shit that goes on in Warhammer 40K. Since it's a podcast of course there's not much visually going on, but Shy has started editing in some images relating to what they're talking about in the ALthe video version.

  • matt langley
    matt langley27 ditë më parë

    When you think game of thrones is kind of grimdark then you get introduced to warhammer 40k. Oh you poor summer child 😢 (keep it up tho, I can't wait till you get into the lore.)

  • Peter Fisher
    Peter Fisher27 ditë më parë

    One thing bricky didn’t explain is that the emperor is actually a perpetual so he can’t die but there is a particular dilemma in which the emperor can’t be taken from the throne

  • Brian Vickery
    Brian Vickery27 ditë më parë

    Damn, out of all Astra MIlitarum, after Cadiazns, think Death Korps of Krieg is the most interesting.

  • Ninja Kali
    Ninja Kali27 ditë më parë

    OriginalHuman: Interested in Tau Damocles Crusaders: *hand on shoulder* We'd like to have a word with you

  • Christoph Schubbe
    Christoph Schubbe27 ditë më parë

    I'm a bit disappointed that bricky ditched on the shocktroops the likes of Tempestus Scions, Krieg Stormgrenadiers and such since they are basically a own faction in the imperial guard itself since they are the topdogs of the guard the very peak of what a regular soldier of the guard can achieve. They are simply said the SOF guys within the guard.

  • Adam Weber
    Adam Weber27 ditë më parë

    Worth reading.... Ive done a shit ton of series. Dune. And both "prequals" Rama series. Wheel of Time. Horus Hersey tops them all. Excellent authors collaborated to make an excellent series series.

  • Antonius Fudgepacker
    Antonius Fudgepacker27 ditë më parë

    40k is both super grimdark, and also not that bad lol. There's a ton of misinformation and exaggeration from fans that come from memes which then get interpreted as lore. For example, the idea of "exterminatus", destroying an entire planet, is not done lightly, it's actually quite rare. But memes will have you believe anytime there's a little bit of heresy or corruption on a planet, an Inquisitor roles up and blows the planet up lmao.

  • Nunyo Bidness
    Nunyo Bidness27 ditë më parë

    *mentions cadia* Guardsmen: *physical pain from sadness*

  • Dalton Bean
    Dalton Bean28 ditë më parë

    About Cadia and Cadian guards, there is the perfect summary of them. Their planet broke around them before they broke. Legends say that on some of the shards there are still Cadians fighting the forces of chose.

  • The Good Doctor
    The Good Doctor28 ditë më parë

    When you sign up for the guard you get three things; A t-shirt, a flashlight AND GRADE A BALLS OF STEEL!

  • Ken frmcape
    Ken frmcape28 ditë më parë

    is there a link to the orginal royal marine 40K videos? Him stopping every 30 seconds to laugh is really taking me out of it. I don't need a play by play. Just play the video.

  • Skelo
    Skelo28 ditë më parë

    Adeptus arbites are the police people of the imperium btw

  • James Shephard
    James Shephard28 ditë më parë

    Space Marines don't think he is a god as he told them not to, when he was alive and they still know this.

  • Trever Wood
    Trever Wood28 ditë më parë

    I would definitely recommend reading the Horus heresy series

  • Ste F
    Ste F28 ditë më parë

    a border prince ...youtubue site is a good audio book 40k site

  • Tommy9834
    Tommy983428 ditë më parë

    Oh you like "Grim Dark"? Well, 40k literally coined the term "Grim Dark".

  • PrawnToucher
    PrawnToucher29 ditë më parë

    "I didn't know it was so dark" Me: cackles in anticipation. You just wait my friend.

  • ixsicness
    ixsicness29 ditë më parë

    If you want to see the darkest 40k has to offer read the dark eldar books. Tales about asdrubel vect and the city of camorragh are horrifically detailed in their grim-ness.

  • Greg the Louisvillain
    Greg the Louisvillain29 ditë më parë


  • Stone Carrier
    Stone Carrier29 ditë më parë

    I am a tyranid player

  • Jaysus Crust
    Jaysus Crust29 ditë më parë

    one Imperial Guard story i think youd love in particular is the fall of cadia, all you need to know is "The planet broke before the guard did".

  • Crooked Warden
    Crooked WardenMuaj më parë

    You think it's bad he's being worshipped when he didn't want to be? You should've seen what happened when he found out one of his sons actually started a religon around him. He took him to his holy place he built in his name. He razed the city to the ground infront of him while thousands of soldiers watched his humiliation. And then told him to fuck off.

  • Codename Jinn
    Codename JinnMuaj më parë

    Oh you think THIS IS DARK!?!? My sweet, sweet summer child.. I pray to the emperor that you never find out what a Daemonculaba is.

  • Kevin Baumhoer

    Kevin Baumhoer

    23 ditë më parë

    I have to get an appointment with the mind cleaner again thank you

  • Acmills
    AcmillsMuaj më parë

    He has an amazing podcast called Adeptus Ridiculous, it's made for newer players talking about all the crazy shit in warhammer. I highly recommend it

  • mikeshogunlee
    mikeshogunleeMuaj më parë

    13:58 In the Emperor created 20 Primarchs, Which is why there have only ever been 18 Primarchs. "But I thought you said-" **Inquisitor Appears Eyes Glowing Red** 18 Primarchs!!!!

  • Anthony Hernandez
    Anthony HernandezMuaj më parë

    I believe that the Warp is somewhat affected by cognitive thinking. So what if through the power of cognitive thinking/ belief, they were able to “transfer” the emperor of man’s consciousness into the Warp. Making the emperor into a warp entity. Would be emperor be affected by the warp and become an evil version of himself? Or would he be a “good” warp entity, bent on helping humanity. Just like how the Orks have their warp gods that help them.

  • Іван Стасюк
    Іван СтасюкMuaj më parë

    To start off, start reading the Horus Heresy series. At least first 5-7 books would be enough to get you started. It lays down all the premise of 40k Universe. Some other good series: - Ultramarines - Space Wolves (kinda bad in terms of canon, a lot of things in this series is... just wrong, but as a standalone story - really good) - Inquisitor Eisenhorn - Inquisitor Ravenor - Ciaphas Cain (about a human commissar, really good one) - Gaunt's Ghosts

  • Nolan Allen
    Nolan AllenMuaj më parë

    14:49 I'd argue that it's science fantasy, like Dune. Elements of fantasy such as magic and swords and epic battles merged with traditional science fiction tropes such as space flight, extraterrestrial conquest, etc.

  • Sean Carr
    Sean CarrMuaj më parë

    Books in the 40k universe to recommend from a standard humans perspective would have to be the Ciaphas Cain series by Sandy Mitchell

  • bigZAIN187
    bigZAIN187Muaj më parë

    the horus heresy books and the eisenhorn books are good

  • Three-B
    Three-BMuaj më parë

    Horus Heresy 1-54 is basically, for the most part, imo a fantastic foundation and they're (mostly) a ton of fun.

  • Al Roslee
    Al RosleeMuaj më parë

    Horus Heresy definitely worth reading, i enjoy the series much more than the usual Warhammer novels

  • Marko Petrovic
    Marko PetrovicMuaj më parë

    This universe is so big, and the story is so extensive......10 hours of video will barely scratch it. This story is in our timeline... In the future, people became so prosperous and advanced, creating the utopia of an ideal world. At their peak, they created an artificial intelligence that was supposed to help them. But it was simply too advanced and caused the collapse of humanity as we know it...Technology from 40K it is technically the result of research into forgotten knowledge that disappeared into the depths of space after the collapse of humanity that was at its peak. That is why in the world of people from 41 millennia, artificial intelligence has been banned. This is a post-apocalyptic version of the universe that emerged from the ashes of a fallen civilization.....It is not possible to explain how complex and broad this story is...Imagine a series on this topic...

  • Ali Hart
    Ali HartMuaj më parë

    40K takes a lot of its core inspiration from Dune! And 40K coined the term “Grimdark” first (in the GRIM DARKness of the far future, there is only war). It’s nice to see someone reacting to this who already has a little bit of knowledge and appreciation for the setting, makes it a much more enjoyable watch

  • Drako2k0
    Drako2k0Muaj më parë

    Being the bad guy is bad ass. Especially if you're a space zombie robot.

  • Nekoksu
    NekoksuMuaj më parë

    Horus didn't really join chaos. He thought that what he was doing was right.

  • James Ramon
    James RamonMuaj më parë

    Yes, it is definitely worth reading, best place to start if youre new, add a fuck tone of context to whats going on it the current time

  • James Ramon
    James RamonMuaj më parë

    "I didn't know it was so dark, i like grimdark but...." Mate, 40k practically invented the term, grim dark, you are in for a treat

  • Dirty Wizard
    Dirty WizardMuaj më parë

    Fun fact The Blood Angels don’t need the Astronomican for warp travel they have the Sanguinor and Mephiston to guide them threw

  • Thomas Foster
    Thomas FosterMuaj më parë

    Psykers are explained as having "the psyker gene". Its incredibly rare, and as humanity grows in number it emerges just due to random chance. Psykers emerged during the Dark Age of Technology (around M20-25). This made them a target for demonic possession and is partly responsible for the collapse.

  • HafdirTasare
    HafdirTasareMuaj më parë

    The Emperor: Religion has to be abandoned, it is supersticious brainwashing and has to be thrown out of the Window, Logic, Science and Galaxy Conquest ist the way to go. *Emperor dies* Everyone: OUR TRUE GOD! THE GODEMPEROR OF MANKIND! PRAISE HIM OR YOU WILL BE DESTROYED I would totaly understand if Big E some day just says "You know what? Fuck you guys" and just leave his body behind, let Mankind die out.

  • Elkarus
    ElkarusMuaj më parë

    Imperial Guard players. Yes we kinda saw the lore before. And yes it's amazing to play the regular humans facing all this shit. And yes this faction is expensive as hell.

  • nicolai Van Eetvelde
    nicolai Van EetveldeMuaj më parë

    I could tell you so much more about the lore and the guard, But I ain't gona type it all out !

  • ThyddyBeer
    ThyddyBeerMuaj më parë

    Cant wait to have this guy discover the Imperial Titans

  • Lleanlleawrg
    LleanlleawrgMuaj më parë

    There is something very Life of Brian about the emperor not wanting to be seen as a god, and turned into an object of worship himself.

  • Christopher Watson
    Christopher WatsonMuaj më parë

    @OriginalHuman you should read the book to starship troopers, you wont regret it. The book is very different than the movie

  • LeaderoftheFates
    LeaderoftheFatesMuaj më parë

    Cadia fell but the main thing when cadia broke apart it became 'The planet broke before the guard did.' Cause when the planet was breaking apart there was still firefights going on on those chucks.

  • TheEyez187
    TheEyez187Muaj më parë

    Dark!?! You have no idea!!!

  • _ skag
    _ skagMuaj më parë

    It’s a fantasy pretending to be scifi

  • Vidya Gaemurr
    Vidya GaemurrMuaj më parë

    Daily reminder that the Alpha Legion did nothing wrong.

  • Connor Valentine
    Connor ValentineMuaj më parë

    The ultramarines are my most favourite faction due to them living in harmony with nature I might have said that already but I'm saying it again cause I'm obsessed with them cause of it I'm a massive nature fan and every science fiction empire or army that has love for nature in there traditions and actions I respect so much

  • Connor Valentine
    Connor ValentineMuaj më parë

    I recommend you read the horus heresy books there placed 10 thousand years before the books you've got somewhere in your home

  • VillenMillenion
    VillenMillenionMuaj më parë

    how to understand a warhammer 40K tuesday, go to Luetins yt channel and search for a video called Daemonculaba

  • Viryn
    VirynMuaj më parë

    Gaunts Ghosts are the best series for you I think (I'm guessing ofc). Worlds of madness from infantrymens perspective. Amazing books

  • NTF
    NTFMuaj më parë

    Me: oh the bilge rats....(A.K.A the skaven in 40k) will kill u all....

  • Darth Revan
    Darth RevanMuaj më parë

    I wouldn’t suggest starting with Horus heresy that’s something for when you know a bit more of the universe. As for a good starting point most people (myself included) would suggest either Eisenhorn or gaunts ghosts

  • Sergeant Sharkseant

    Sergeant Sharkseant

    Muaj më parë

    Ciaphas Cain is also good I guess

  • ElSeto
    ElSetoMuaj më parë

    About book suggestions. Horus Heresy, the two inquisitor omnibus (Eisenhorn and Ravenor... anything written by Dan Abnett really), Gaunt's ghosts series and the Night Lords Omnibus are all top tier books. Personal favorite is the Ciaphais Cain series, but it is the least grim dark out of them though.

  • Marcus Andersson
    Marcus AnderssonMuaj më parë

    Dude, a good introductory book series to 40k is "Ciaphas Cain". The main character is an imperial guard comissar who is also a total anti-hero. Fun stuff. It isn't super heavy on the lore, but it the series does give you the basics. Otherwise, I'd suggest the Ravenor series if you want a bit more serious read. If you want to go hardcore, just start from the beginning with the Horus Heresy series. Super addictive.

  • Ryan Jones
    Ryan JonesMuaj më parë

    13:33 there was a time during imperial history where they just kinda popped up and it caused a lot of mess

  • Miles Hill
    Miles HillMuaj më parë

    Recommend looking into the “Fall of Cadia”. If for nothing else, to understand that the planet broke before the guard did.

  • ExeErdna
    ExeErdnaMuaj më parë

    Psykers were always around in small amounts in the 40k timeline. Yet there was a boom in the Golden Age of Technology. In fact the Emperor himself been around most of those 40k years just planning to guide humanity's path. Which also kinda why humans aren't the good guys because he could have stopped a whole lot of problems yet didn't

  • SPiTFirE
    SPiTFirEMuaj më parë

    Nice! I think you'll love Imperial Guard. All my Army and Navy friends play Guard.

  • flavorgod
    flavorgodMuaj më parë

    Everything is Grimdark in the 41st millennium, until Jesus decides to come back

  • Wolfund
    WolfundMuaj më parë

    I like a bit of grim dark... hum my dear, the words grim dark quite literaly come from that 40k quote. This is the grand daddy of grim dark you are facing, where everything is fucked beyond recognition and the best thing you cna hope for is to be executed by a commissiar because at least those guys are not messy shooter.

  • William le suisse
    William le suisseMuaj më parë

    To me one of the best dystopic universe, way better, deeper than Star Wars

  • Derrick Nickel
    Derrick NickelMuaj më parë

    The fantasy is from the fact that they made a warhammer that is set in ancient warfare.. i dont remember which came first

  • Courage Wilkerson
    Courage WilkersonMuaj më parë

    Other fandoms: I wish I could go to THAT PLACE 40K fandom: ... Are you suicidal?

  • Beyshan
    BeyshanMuaj më parë

    Yeah, you could say the Horus Heresy book series is a "prequel". But you should know that this series currently contains 56 books. So.. yeah... maybe not the best for a quick overview.

  • LowFPSman
    LowFPSmanMuaj më parë

    Youre humor sucks, and your acting sucks even more =_=

  • Mando Anon
    Mando AnonMuaj më parë

    CADIA STANDS! Been studying lore for 15 years, playing for 3

  • 44WarmocK77
    44WarmocK77Muaj më parë

    "Who are the bad guys in Warhammer 40k?" - "... yes"

  • David Cook
    David CookMuaj më parë

    If youre fine with long-form videos as series like this, id highly recommend luetin09s series on the emperor of mankind. Its like 4 parts at an hour each, but it delves into the deep depths of the history of hummanity and the emperor. Itll answer your questions of where all these people came from. It is very detailed and very long with less humor. As for the horus heresy series. Its got a lot of hits, with a few misses. The first 5 are pretty good, but i wouldnt recommend them for someone getting into the lore. Id check out the Eisenhorn omnibus, and the Ciaphus Cain books first.

  • Matthew Alexander Sayers
    Matthew Alexander SayersMuaj më parë

    Watch Leutin40, baldermort or Majorkill, quality 40K content.

  • Rocketfist McDangerpants
    Rocketfist McDangerpantsMuaj më parë

    The reason for the fantasy elements in a sci fi setting is due to the way 40k was created. Warhammer Fantasy came first so we had orcs, elves magic etc. then one day the creators thought "What if we do this but in space?" and it rapidly became one of the most popular ideas they had.

  • Michael Lee
    Michael LeeMuaj më parë

    Yes! Love the Horus Heresy, people have known the ending of the story for decades, but fleshing out the journey for how the Imperium got there was amazing. The Emperor didn't just hate being known as a god, he actively fought against all religious worship (except for the Cult of the Machine). There's a great story in the Horus Heresy where the Emperor talks about religion with the priest of the last church on Terra (Earth), before having his forces burn it to the ground. He wanted mankind to be strong enough without it - and didn't want people praying and possibly having a chaos god or daemon answering back. He actually chastised one of his Son's Space marine Legions (Word Bearers) for worshiping him. The worlds they had recovered were fiercely loyal to the Imperium, but they all worshiped the Emperor as a God. A century's worth of time and effort was spent bringing them into the Imperium and the Emperor deemed every world recovered by the Word Bearer's to be non-compliant and he forced them to go back and purge all their work - tearing down all the religious monuments and slaughtering any who wouldn't give up their faith. It broke Lorgar, and he went looking for something to put his faith in other than the Emperor - and found Chaos. When loyal Lorgar wrote the bible for worshiping the Emperor - which was banned by the Empror but eventually was used by the church, and after being the first Primarch to fall to chaos, he wrote the bible for worshiping Chaos, every copy written on human skin. The Emperor was so against becoming known as a God ...that he accidentally sowed the seeds of the Horus Heresy - and ended up being worshiped as a God anyway. And Lorgar was instrumental in creating both the Imperial faith and spreading the word of Chaos.

  • MiSt 526
    MiSt 526Muaj më parë

    BTW, since the Emperor is mostly dead and being kept barely alive by sacrificing 1000 souls a day to him...did any of the Imperial bureaucrats ever think of trying to sacrifice TWO THOUSAND souls a day (or more) to see if they could make the Emperor LESS DEAD or something? I mean they've got billions of planets worth of humans who are all going to die eventually anyway, so wny not?

  • MiSt 526
    MiSt 526Muaj më parë

    You have to remember that before Warhammer 40k there was regular Warhammer, a fantasy setting with humans, orks, dwarves, elves, etc.. They had magic, demonic chaos demons, and all that. This is THAT CULTURE but 40,000 years in the future.

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