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I've just finished reading Prospero Burns, the New Horus Heresy book. towards the end, when questioned about things that haven't happened, or that were unprecedented, such as astartes fighting astartes, Leman Russ says that this (the burning of Prospero) wasn't unprecedented- this needs no great leap of imagination to connect it to the two lost legions.
So... Did the space wolves execute legions II and XI? anyone got any ideas?
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Its mentioned again in The first Heretic, from what is said there they were all sworn never to speek of them again, the Word bearers came close to the same happening, leading me to think some form of over zelos religion or possibly even that they found out the existance of the Chaos Gods, something the emperor didnt want known, i think they were purged to, i really do hope they decide to just tell us in the end,
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I like to think that one of them rebelled and the other stayed loyal, and that they obliterated each other in the resulting conflict. The potential political fallout of losing two Legions - one of whom rebelled - caused the Emperor to cover it up in a Teutoberg Forest-style situation.
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Mr_Wayne: "Some people believe that the World Eaters do not field any ranged weaponry. Those people often die at a distance."
maybe a precursor to the 21st foundings? if a gene-seed mutated once, could it have happened before?