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Alright those who remember me or know me since I first showed up on LO know that one of my first threads was on Space Marines and love and such. Now... this one is slightly different, so I'm not resurrecting the old topic, rather I'd like to steer it towards another question.
The other day I was cruising Deviant Art and I came across a particular picture of a space wolf and a girl. And a few of the comments there pointed out that Ragnar had actually fallen in love with an Inquisitor girl, who was then killed by a daemon.
Since I don't know anything about the space wolves, I was hoping someone could shed some light on that. Is there any truth to that? Did Ragnar fall in love with an Inquisitor girl?
I can't say, sorry.
If it is true, I must bring the cleansing flames of Fluff Purge to it.
If I remember correctly..
He didn't fall in love with her.
She just reminded him of a girlfriend he had before he was taken away by the Space Wolves.
Arch Overfiend & Grand Despot
I currently play:
Doom Eagle Space Marines
Hive Fleet Omega Tyranids
Goff Ork Boyz(dead)
Tau of O'me
Inquisitorial Xeno Hunters
and my attempted foray into fantasy
'Dark Angel Green' Dark Elves in need of fluff
Omegoku had it in one. He remembered it and that's all. Although why an inquisitor would love an almost prepubescent child is beyond me. But then, the Ragnar books are almost Inquisitor trilogy levels of badness as far as I'm concerned.
Culture and value systems vary greatly across the Imperium .
Inquisitors are chosen for their ruthlessness, intelligence and loyalty rather than, say, their inherent morality. I have always thought Hannibal Lector would make an excellent Inquisitor, albeit a Radical, as long as he was loyal to the Imperium.
Add all this together and you might get an Inquisitor who has certain, er...oddities, when it comes to sexuality.
True, but that seems to be the only possibility. Going metatextual for a minute, paedophilia isn't thought of as a good thing, and so is unlikely to to be put forward in a pulp novel.It's a spin that I hadn't thought of before, but one which I doubt was in the author's mind at the time.