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The daemon that possessed Kroegers armor was the Omphalos Daemonium right? I've come to that conclusion, but nothing I've read (like information about the two books) suggests a link between the two, but it seemed pretty clear they were one and the same, I'm just curious if I'm correct. Also, did the Omphalos Daemonium die at the end of Dead Sky Black Sun? I can't remember exactly, its been awhile since I read it, and that would suck (I liked him)
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Yeah, the Omphalos Daemonium did die at the end of "Dead Sky, Black Sun". I agree with you, he was a pretty badass character.
I can't help you with the possession question, though; I haven't read "Storm of Iron" yet. I would guess that it is the Omphalos Daemonium who possesses Kroeger, though. However, Graham McNeill wrote the Omphalos Daemonium was imprisoned within that Chaotic trans-dimensional train thingy, but then got out when someone called the Slaughterman was driven into the train's firebox and it possessed him. Was the Slaughterman one of Kroeger's titles? That would make a lot of sense if it was...
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