Im convinced on fulgrim, must admit never read fulgrim but yes I can see it as Lord Eidolon gets shredded by angron for being overly proud and haughty so yes I think i will go with that
Russ: Ruthless barbarism
Alpharius: Subtlety and Guile
Looking good so far
Now Mortrion the one thing I can say about death guard is that they are hardy even as plague marines they resist everything so to me Mortarion is his resilience (specially with that poision drinking)
Indeed. In my opinion he suits 'Determination' a lot more than Perturabo for example as someone above suggested.
Whilst Dorn is counted by Garro as one of the most loyal primarchs plus he was trusted to prepare terra...
I think its harder to justify Dorn representing 'Loyalty'. I'll admit that I put 'Loyalty' in my list as I lacked anything else for Dorn
Angron famed for his barbarism however that is more due to his implants, Reading galaxy in flames i thought how quick and easy to anger he was and thus im going to suggest rage as the characteristic
Curze for me everything about Kurze is partially insanity but mainly all his kills were about justice so i suggest that for his characteristic
Yes, I like the idea of Curze representing Justice, after all he was a Vigilante. Another suggestion could be Vindication maybe?
Vulkan is the one that interests me next... never read any sallie fluff so why did GFP say humanitarianism?
In what little fluff exists on Vulkan and the Salamanders I believe he has been noted to not be 'aloof' as most Astartes and were very in touch with 'normal' humans.
Plus Sang is idolized so I liked grace... I was wondering about purity... Sang is the one guy tht was purely and totally untouchable
Thoughts appreciated people
1. elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action.
2. a pleasing or attractive quality or endowment.
3. favor or good will.
4. a manifestation of favor, esp. by a superior: It was only through the dean's grace that I wasn't expelled from school.
5. mercy; clemency; pardon: an act of grace.
6. favor shown in granting a delay or temporary immunity.
7. an allowance of time after a debt or bill has become payable granted to the debtor before suit can be brought against him or her or a penalty applied: The life insurance premium is due today, but we have 31 days' grace before the policy lapses. Compare grace period.
a. the freely given, unmerited favor and love of God.
b. the influence or spirit of God operating in humans to regenerate or strengthen them.
c. a virtue or excellence of divine origin: the Christian graces.
d. Also called state of grace. the condition of being in God's favor or one of the elect.
9. moral strength: the grace to perform a duty.
I think by and large that 'Grace' seems appropriate for Sanguinius.