Does that confirm the CAs as Raven Guard Successor's then? And not Night Lords? They have some physical similarities, as well as limited tactical similarities as wellYou're thinking of the Nicor, which also served as the flagship for the Carcharodons during the Badab War.
1. Now that it's been pointed out to me, it seems obvious, but at the time, I just figured it was story-seeding for something in the future and the Raven References were just because those were the guys that specialized in seeing the future, which is commonly associated with Raven symbology, from what i know.Two other things:
1. The Blood Ravens-Thousand Sons connection didn't become solid until the Horus Heresy novel A Thousand Sons. I understand Black Library has tried to distance itself from that angle since, but it was a rather blatant one.
2. And speaking of blatant angles/connections, I sincerely hope the decision is never made to disconnect the Knights Errant from the Grey Knights. I can't see how that would be accomplished without it being a contrived move, purely to throw in an unnecessary "Gotcha!" twist.
2. The Knights Errant thing though? I dunno it seems popular as an idea, but I just figured that they were proto-inquisition and the GKs come later. Though I find the idea of the GKs as literally being of IMPERIAL stock to be a bit odd as well. I guess they could be both? But how much time passes between the GKs being founded and the inquisition being founded? It's several thousand years, right? I could be wrong on that last one, but does that make sense?
Is "Thief of Revelations" another book, short story or a warship?Really? I picked up a few hints since A Thousand Sons. Thief of Revelations (IIRC) for example.