BL: Advent 2017 – Day 17 “A Brother’s Confession”
Step inside the mind of a Primaris Marine and get a startling confession.
If you’ve been waiting to get caught-up on your fill of Black Library back-stories and lore then now is the time of year to jump in. Running from December 1st until December 24th, Black Library will have something to read, listen to, or just check out for all things Games Workshop. You can grab them individually or pick up the whole thing as part of the Advent Calendar Subscription.
In what is sure to be a reflection of the fact that the Dark Angels have recently been reinforced with Primaris Marines, today’s Black Library story features a Primaris confessing to his Chaplain that he has, in fact, killed his battle-brother.
Advent 2017 – Day 1: Stone And Iron
Advent 2017 – Day 2: Endurance
Advent 2017 – Day 3: Doombound
Advent 2017 – Day 4: Duty Waits
Advent 2017 – Day 5: Key of Infinity
Advent 2017 – Day 6: Gods’ Gift
Advent 2017 – Day 7: Magisterium
Advent 2017 – Day 8: The Assassination of Gabriel Seth
Advent 2017 – Day 9: Now Peals Midnight
Advent 2017 – Day 10: The Witch Takers
Advent 2017 – Day 11: Heart of Decay
Advent 2017 – Day 12: Dreams of Unity
Advent 2017 – Day 13: The Old Ways
Advent 2017 – Day 14: First Lord of the Imperium
Advent 2017 – Day 15: The Battle for Markgraaf Hive
Advent 2017 – Day 16: A Place of Reflection
Advent 2017 – Day 17: A Brother’s Confession
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A Brother’s Confession $3.99
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A Primaris Space Marine Apothecary kneels before his Chaplain, and makes a startling confession: he killed his battle-brother!
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It’s a story showing the way the Primaris Space Marines interact and how they view the common folk of humanity that they defend.
On board the Ultramarines vessel Spear of Macragge, in transit through the warp, Primaris Space Marine Apothecary Polixis has a confession to make. In the Chapel of the Dioskuri, he kneels before Chaplain Castor, black-clad and implacable, and tells a tale that could damn him to death, or perhaps save his soul: the story of how he killed his battle-brother, Artimaeus Tulio of the Fulminata.
Written by Robbie MacNiven
I’m just surprised to find that Primaries have an internal monolog other than THE EMPEROR IS GREAT, WE MUST TAKE OVER THE IMPERIUM FOR CAWL.