Angels of Darkness (Warhammer 40,000 Novels: Space Marine by Gav Thorpe

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By Gav Thorpe

Whilst darkish Angels Chaplain Boreas captures and interrogates one of many Fallen, the previous collides with the long run with tragic consequences.

The darkish Angels area Marines are among the main religious of the God-Emperor's servants. Their loyalty is apparently past query and their religion nearly fanatical. but the bankruptcy harbours a gloomy and bad mystery that stretches again over 10000 years to the time of the Horus Heresy. while darkish Angels Chaplain Boreas captures and interrogates one of many Fallen, the earlier collides with the longer term with tragic results.

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Many started crying, some fell to their knees and vomited from the shock. Others started gibbering prayers to the Emperor, bricks and clubs dropping from their grasp and clattering onto the rockcrete. Eventually silence fell, and all Boreas could hear was panicked panting and the hammering of hearts. None met the angered stare of the Interrogator-Chaplain as his eyes passed over the subdued crowd. Boreas's own anger subsided as he looked at the people. These were not heretics to be killed; these were not malcontents intent on rebellion.

Roared Boreas, grabbing Astelan by the chin and thrusting his head back against the interrogation table. 'I have no need to lie,' spat Astelan between gritted teeth. 'Do you think I would seek to protect those renegades and outcasts who lived there? Do you think I hide my brethren from your attentions? No, I tell you the truth, Port Imperial is no more. ' snarled Boreas. ' Astelan wrenched his face from Boreas's grip, and the Chaplain stepped back. 'Port Imperial was a den of smugglers, pirates and heretics.

His head was shaved bald, and all the puppy fat was gone from his strong torso. The boy stood straighter, and his gaze was fiercer than before. Damas was doing a good job. ' barked Damas, clapping his hands twice, and with no further words the boys began to jog around the wall of the gymnasium, which stretched across the whole floor of the tower. Their pounding bare feet on the wooden boards masked the two Space Marines' conversation. 'I see things are proceeding well,' Boreas started, looking at the running youths.

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