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    Eisenhorn

    I have a feeling this may be in the wrong section, but if thats the case then a mod will definately move it... :cool:

    Anyone here read the Eisenhorn trilogy?

    The books themselves may not be an actual part of the game, but Eiesenhorn can be used when people wish to play out missions in his life.


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    Yes I have. Very good books, love how in the last book like everyone he knows dies in someform or fashion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkreever
    I have a feeling this may be in the wrong section, but if thats the case then a mod will definately move it... :cool:

    Anyone here read the Eisenhorn trilogy?

    The books themselves may not be an actual part of the game, but Eiesenhorn can be used when people wish to play out missions in his life.
    It is indeed in the wrong section, but how can I report someone who has such good taste in literature?

    Aye, I have read the trilogy. It's a great read, and if I were to model an Inquisitor warband it would look quite similar to the team Eisenhorn had in Malleus.

    My favorite quote from the series was made by Medea Betancore. "Never argue with a gun-cutter, you asshole." That is just too classy. :cool:

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    I personaly feel the greatest sorrow for what Eisenhorn does to Aemos in the end. He has so much on his mind that he forgets that by giving Aemos the book he damns him because of the meme-virus.

    The biggest, and gretaest, mystery (to me anyway) is: Is Eisenhorn an official radical? Cherubael is a daemonhost after all... :cool:

    [Remember Archetype, you dont have to report anything. Merely PMing a mod will suffice, but by all means do so.]

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    Yes. LOVE that trilogy!

    BTW Archtype...you and I apparently have the same idea there

    I do hope that the Alien Hunters codex (when it comes out) has Eisenhorn as a special character (or two)

    I would so love to make an entire themed army based around the force Eisenhorn leads to take out the Heretic Quixos (sp?).

    Anyway...my favorite quote...

    "Gentlemen, my patients are not limitless, unlike my authority."

    eeeeeek! Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arandmoor
    "Gentlemen, my patients are not limitless, unlike my authority."
    Now there is a quote worth remembering, that and the one about throwing the man out the closed window the next time he speaks... :cool:

    Of all of Eisenhorns original party (those gathered from book 1) I felt saddest when learning that Midas Betancore was dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkreever
    I personaly feel the greatest sorrow for what Eisenhorn does to Aemos in the end. He has so much on his mind that he forgets that by giving Aemos the book he damns him because of the meme-virus.

    The biggest, and gretaest, mystery (to me anyway) is: Is Eisenhorn an official radical? Cherubael is a daemonhost after all... :cool:

    [Remember Archetype, you dont have to report anything. Merely PMing a mod will suffice, but by all means do so.]
    It'll get moved anyways, so I guess someone should PM a mod.

    I never saw that twist coming. The very meme-virus that made Aemos such a good savant was ultimately what killed him. I'm getting a wrenching feeling in my gut just thinking about it...

    In an attempt to answer that question, Eisenhorn is an official Radical in the eyes of the more zealous Puritans. From Eisenhorn's view, he's just getting the job done by whatever means is necessary. If he needs the aid of dark psychic powers and Cherubael to do so, then he uses them. I can identify with that, and am also considering taking up a Radical Daemonhunters force.

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