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GreyKnights Sep 13 2013, 7:28am says:

i find it still strange that the most marines of the horus heresy where their hair that long

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SunnyBittern Sep 13 2013, 9:44am replied:

You could say that they where...


(Shamelessly stolen from 1d4chan.)

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AUG_DUDE Sep 13 2013, 12:41pm replied:

Such Hair-esy.

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MasterofMetal Sep 13 2013, 10:22am says:

Note the long-haired Lunar Wolf, I think he is, pimp-handing the white and green space marine's helmet in?
Make me wonder why power fists were needed if that was all it took.

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Joazzz Sep 13 2013, 2:54pm says:

Luna Wolves and Death Guard. so who's the heretic here? is this Isstvan III?

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Aleris707 Sep 14 2013, 5:48pm replied:

yep, Luna Wolves should be loyalist, 'cause they repainted their armour back to white after betrayal, from Sons of Horus green, if I remember correctly ?

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ComeradeStalin Sep 17 2013, 4:55pm replied:

No, not exactly. According to the lore, every Luna Wolf repainted his armor to light-green before the Isstvan. Maybe, only Iacton Cruze was the one who didn't. And of course, after being virus bombed and besieged, no any loyal Wolf had any time or chance to repaint his armor back. So here the artist was little incorrect. Besides, loyal Luna Wolves were fighting in the catacombs and ruins of the city. While loyal Death Guard was fighting in the trenches with the "cover" of Dies Irae from behind.

So here is the conclusion: traitorous Sons of Horus fighting remnants of the loyalist Death Guard with traitorous Dies Irae smashig them from behind.

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