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His face looks like it's melted and blending with his shoulders.

This is before he formed the Black Legion? Then I understand the armor bit now.
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His face looks like it's melted and blending with his shoulders.

This is before he formed the Black Legion? Then I understand the armor bit now.
Yeah, it's before the Black Legion got together. That's his 'Pilgrim in Hell' look. Very minor spoilers:



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My copy arrived today. Number 0002 of 1500. I almost got the first First Edition. Arg.

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My copy arrived today. Number 0002 of 1500. I almost got the first First Edition. Arg.

Damn that's nice. ADB himself will have 0001/1500, at least I think the author would be given the first copy.


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Could anyone provide a spoiler-heavy synopsis? Thanks

...and thanks CotE for the scan. I'm not too crazy about the design but I can tell that's some high quality art.
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hey guys, I am so eager to know the detail of the war between traitor legions, but I can't get that book untill Nov.2014, so would you please grant me the gift of spoiler of Talon of Horus!
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Could anyone provide a spoiler-heavy synopsis? Thanks

...and thanks CotE for the scan. I'm not too crazy about the design but I can tell that's some high quality art.
I can, I wold however highly recommend that if you plan on reading the book, wait and be surprised when you do. Some of the events in this book are absolute "HOLY SH*T!!" moments, and finding out about them before-hand ruins the surprise.




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I can, I wold however highly recommend that if you plan on reading the book, wait and be surprised when you do. Some of the events in this book are absolute "HOLY SH*T!!" moments, and finding out about them before-hand ruins the surprise.
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LOL...this is torture
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LOL...this is torture
Try and resist it mate, the book is so much more enjoyable without knowing the spoilers!

The novel is littered with so many little titbits of lore and new perceptions of characters and events.



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Try and resist it mate, the book is so much more enjoyable without knowing the spoilers!

The novel is littered with so many little titbits of lore and new perceptions of characters and events.
Exactly. I read Legion last year, after years of expectation, and while I certainly enjoyed it and was also able to appreciate its qualities, it didn't blow me back like it had with a significant portion of readers.

Why? Because I had been rolling with its major twists for years.
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