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Summary

As word of Horus's treachery spreads to fully half of the Legiones Astartes, Terra looks to the remaining loyalist Space Marines to defend the Imperium. One group, however, remains curiously silent in spite of apparent efforts from both sides to contact them - the noble Fifth Legion, Jaghatai Khan's fearsome White Scars. In the ork-held territory of Chondax, a bitter war has been raging since the Triumph at Ullanor, and only now do the sons of Chogoris return their gaze to the heavens....

©2012 Games Workshop Limited (P)2013 Games Workshop Limited

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stop female narrators doing primarch voices

I woulda given this a 5,5,5 had it not been for the complete butchering of the female natators attempt to voice marines. this is made worse for primarchs and is compounded further when doing/attempting them with a white scar accent... it's worse when most of the time the male narrator nails it. then the female who kills it with the female characters straight butchers it with the khan

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