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a little fluff first
pre-heresy:the night lords were a freasome army, so fearsome that they were the emperors "sanctioned monsters", and used fear as a system to keep systems in check.
to the extent that a mearmention or rumor of thier persents would make heritcs pay homage to the emperor.But the emperor didnt like it, and he sent assassins to eliminate th primarch
Post-heresy:the inquisition is the decider of most of the heresys and judgements, and have "turned a blind eye" to several armies. The blood angels are psycho kiklers who thirst blood, and the wolven really dont need explaining.
now that thats out of the way, i ask you, will the heresy of the future include them (we all know its commin:shifty: )
Never gonna happen cause any revolting chapters either flee to the eye of terror and the maelstrom, or are erradicated on the spot. Plus the remaining original legions(now chapters) are the most loyal of all the space marines and would never turn.
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There will be another heresy but it wont be to the ruinous powers, it will be to a specific c'tan yes the dragon, machine god ect.....
But yes the BA and Wulfen are much like the past night lords.
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And what about those Dragon claws and those other cursed founding chapters or something. Their gene is defective yet the emperor lets them live?
The Badab War was kind of like a second Heresy, only it all went pear shaped much more quickly.
As for the theory about the C'tan conspiracy, it's never, ever been confirmed. We pretty much know the Dragon is on Mars, we know nothing about how much the tech priests know about it, etc.
A C'tan is a humanoid alien, and the machine god doesn't have any representable form.. A C'tan could walk (or float) into a room full of tech priests and probably not get one shout of 'look, it's the machine god!'
Yeah, they all wear capes and are trying to fly.
The cursed founding chapters are extremely loyal. Take for instance the fire hawks, now legion of the damned, they appear in times of great need to help out the defenders of humanity.
The only kindof heresy that would come even close to the Horus Heresy, is if the adeptus mechanicus revolted to follow the Dragon, which is very unlikely.
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Though so did the SW 13th Company. They appeared to help yet the Inquistion had a problem with them.
my point is that the wolfen and the BA are just like the Night lords, bit arent assassinated by the emperors word
Except that the Wulfen and the BA venerate the Emperor and don't virus bomb worlds for fun.Originally Posted by Martin the Warrior
Also, you gotta consider that the average inquisitor knows next to nothing about the inner practices of the blood angels, or about the black rage. The wulfen have been in the eye of terror for thousands of years and have had no contact with the inquisition at all.
Maybe the inquisition don't do anything because they just don't know.