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Ok, I've read all the HH books up to now and am curious to find out the more recent history of a few of its characters.
What happened to Little Horus Aximand? It states that Abaddon would have to keep an eye on him and there is no reference to him in any of the Chaos Codices or recent fluff, so I assume he's dead.
Saul Tarvitz confirmed dead on Istvaan?
Did Garro become the first Inquisitor, as insinuated Flight of the Eisenstein? Or was he executed by the newly formed Inquisition, depending on your interpretation?
What happened to Euphrati Keeler? Was she 'genuine'? Was she a traitor either willingly or otherwise?
Thats it for now...I'll think of some more and ask the fluffmasters later
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Those characters were all (mostly) invented by Dan Abnett, and their position in any newly published fluff depends on whether or not GW wants to give them an honorable cameo. Which is hard, since the only place that kind of stuff is going to be mentioned is either the latest Chaos Codex or the rumoured 5th edition rulebook.
As for Garro, I like to believe he and his men became the first Grey Knights. True Grit, anyone?
Edit: Saul is almost certainly dead. That was meant to be tragic, I believe.
Edit edit: Eidolon gets a mention in an earlier edition of the rulebook (or the Chaos book, or even the Liber Chaotica), he's a Daemon Prince now.
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Actually no one knows what happened to Eidolon. He's certainly served under many powerful daemon princes in the past but I think he's achieved a sort of Lucius-like status where he's more powerful than most mortal champions but not quite daemonic yet.
Erebus accompanied Kor Phaeron to Calth and currently directs the Word Bearers from Ghalmek. I believe Euphrati Keeler (she irritates me for some reason, I don't know why) does become one of the first Living Saints, although its never actually said what happened to her. One thing is certain, though - Malcador and the Emperor have a plan for her.
I don't know much about this though I read the books, I'd like to post some quotes from Wikipedia if that's alright (I think that's allowed since it's not quotes from the acctual books)Also I don't agree with poodle's assessment as here it states:Originally Posted by WikipediaOriginally Posted by wikipedia
Ergo, all but Trogaddon, Solomon *sniff* can still be alive.
Last edited by Adahn; January 18th, 2008 at 14:29.
i can't remember, where do they leave keeler off in the novel? And you know what adahn, i had totally forgot about reading that till now! I wonder why they put that in there, if not for the benefit of tarzits possible escape? i always thought maybe he had found some sort of salvation from the situation when i had read that, but then they had that maginifcent scene where the dies ires plasma cannons the loyalists and i forgot about it.
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i specifically remeber soloman demeter dieing in one of the books... dont remeber how though but he dies.
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Yes he does die. Lucius that psychotic A-hole betrays and kills him after tricking him into killing his own brothers.
man you hate lucius lol.
Could it possible be that Tarvitz stows away on hourus ship and its he who deisables the shields??????
unlikely but i like to speculate!
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That would be quite silly. First of all it would then remove the blame everyone loves to cast on Horus for being stupid and lowering his shields. It removed the pride others love about Horus, when he lowers his shields and faces his father in honourable combat. Also, if Travitz did survive he no doubt fled to try and warn the Imperium of treachery instead. Or try to find other survivors such as Loken.
As for Tarvitz living, I do believe it is written in Galaxy in Flames that he is amongst the last loyalist astartes when Horus bombs their location off the face of the planet; I do believe that bombing killed him alongside the other hundred loyalists. (Remember that the remaining loyalists did not flee the bombing for they knew that they could do no more, and Tarvitz was their leader, he would not abandon them at the end.)
As for Solomon Demeter, he was not tricked by Lucius so much as he rushed to Lucius's aid; believing that Lucius was fighting traitor Emperor's Children when he was, in fact, killing off loyalists. When Demeter realized this it killed him on the inside and he simply let Lucius kill him.
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