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Parade at the Imperial Palace
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Aenarion_
Aenarion_

This isn't Ullanor, it's the Imperial Palace. Ullanor was completely flattened and paved for the parade yet there are pristine mountains and white golden spires. Those are dead giveaways.

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AugustusNocturnis

This image comes from the 40k wiki, where oddly enough, it's placed in the "Ullanor Crusade" article. I thought something was off about it, since artwork similar to this was captioned "Imperial Palace". Title and description is now fixed.

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Aenarion_
Aenarion_

It's the cover art of The Burden of Loyalty Anthology, which plays out well after the events of Ullanor. I have no idea why anyone would use that for the Ullanor Crusade. Well it's fixed now at least.

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jokamo
jokamo

can't get over how much i hate the design of the imperator titan. every other titan design makes sense and looks cool, who tf decided to put a cathedral on the top of it?! If they used the lucius pattern warlord as the imperator design, i think that'd be much better.

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Joazzz
Joazzz

You cannot take the cathedral off the Imperator's back. It'd be like making the Ultramarines green or giving the Imperial Guard power armor.

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Aenarion_
Aenarion_

Don't give Matt Ward any ideas.

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ukato1411831788
ukato1411831788

Either they continued the tradition of the Thanksgiving Day Parade into the 31st millennium, or this is the largest wedding ceremony ever held.

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A nicely done image showing a parade at the Imperial Palace.

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