Vulkan He'stan: Forgefather (Lords of the Space Marines)

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Vulkan He'stan: Forgefather (Lords of the Space Marines)

Vulkan He'stan: Forgefather (Lords of the Space Marines)

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The next is the Eye of Vulkan, a spacebound Defence Laser assembly that stands eternal vigil over the Salamander's fortress-monastery on Prometheus. The Charybdis’ voyage to Nocturne made for a tale of epic proportions, for the Archenemy would not let the chance to retrieve the body of a Primarch go so easily. Suffice it to say that through the Salamaners' heroism, obstinance, and great sacrifices, did the Charybdis reach its destination, but it was not alone. Both the Death Guard and the Word Bearers had followed the valiant Battle Barge's course, intent on claiming the Primarch's body and the mighty weapon still lodged in his chest. In a last desperate gamble, the Charybdis sacrificed itself on the guns of its enemies to allow the twenty survivors of the Pyre, amongst them Artellus Numeon, to covertly evacuate Vulkan's casket in a Thunderhawk gunship to Nocturn's surface. This ruse de guerre was, however, only short-lived and the Thunderhawk was soon severely damaged, causing it to crash-landed along the Acerbian Plaine. Fortunately for Numeon and fellow survivors, Nocturne was not entirely defenceless, as Lord Chaplain Nomus Rhy'tan soon rushed to the small party's crash side. Retrieving the Primarch's body just in time to reach one of the Legion's new bastions, the Draconis Gate, the Salamanders defended their homeworld against the invading Death Guard forces and utterly annihilate them. The Draken Scale - Vulkan's Artificer Armour was a marvel of the Imperium and famed relic in its own right, and its crowning glory was the skull of the great Firedrake Kesare mounted upon the Primarch's shoulder, upon whose image the Legion's symbol was based.

With a hiss and flare, the Multi-Melta ate through beams and bulkhead alike, opening a vent into the darkness beyond. Waiting only long enough for the melted metal to solidify, Vulkan He'stan was the first through. The Terminators behind were revving their Chainfists, ready to enlarge the gap so their massive frames could fit through. Although he and the Space Marines that followed him could see in the dark with their auto-senses, it was out of habit that He'stan led the way with the glowing blade of the Spear of Vulkan. So He'stan having Primarch Relics as a Primaris can work because he'd just be using what he's been using. Like the other guys. Especially since his Primarch Relics are.... A Power Spear and wrist-mounted Flamer?Possessed • Garden of Nurgle • Defilers • Juggernauts of Khorne • Plague Marines • Noise Marines • Rubricae • Eye of Terror • Terminus Est First things first if you’re taking Vulkan then you’re committing to playing Salamanders CT. That is really just a given. Playing to their strengths is actually easy. I piloted a Vulkan led Demi-Company+CAD+Conclave list to a 3-2 showing at last years’ BAO so it is possible to have a winning record and not play Ultrasmurfs or White Scars.

Err... The Primaris Rubicon'd named character ALL have their OG weapons. Calgar, Shrike (well, he got a new pistol and the Raven's Talons got a redesign, but now they actually look like Corax designed them so /shrug), Tigurius, Kor'sarro Khan.... they all have their weapons from their previous incarnation. Tigurius even has his special Psychic Hood.

Approximately a thousand standard years after the Horus Heresy, Vulkan hid 9 sacred artefacts he had created around the galaxy for the Salamanders to find, intended as a test to see if they were worthy of his leadership. In the wake of the Great Rift's birth, many believe that the devastating empyric disruption to communication and travel has rendered He'stan's quest impossible. Dawnbringer - A warhammer of prodigious size and reputedly indestructible material construction, Dawnbringer was too great a weight for any but a Primarch to lift. Wielded by Vulkan, Dawnbringer was capable of sundering any defence set against it, from isolithic stone to the densest armour plate, and brutally crushed countless foes in the Primarch's hands. Dawnbringer also possessed unknown, formidable teleporter technology that enabled the Primarch to safely teleport over vast distances of space, even from one world to another.

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