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Looks more like leman russes to me
Sad Fact Of The Day (TM)
Why are tanks called tanks?
In The Great War they went under the description of 'water tanks' to throw the enemy off what they really were as they were rolled out, hense the name.
I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand
Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.
On the Roanoke Front in Virginia they were called "Barrels" by both Union and Confederate armies. This persisted into 1941 when the fourth War-Between-The-States broke out.
I don't think the Mechanicus are going to be too happy with that assembly lines manager. Where's the shrine to the Omnissah, where are the adepts to help appease the machine spirit as it is brought into being.