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Storm Caller

Postby Gaius Marius » Sat Aug 16, 2014 4:11 pm

20/10, would kill space pope again.
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Re: Storm Caller

Postby Lord of the Night » Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:28 pm

Gaius Marius wrote:20/10, would kill space pope again.

Indeed. Truthfully I think that Sebastian Thor and Confessor Dolan were the only competent priests/saints in the entire Imperium. All the others are either fanatical, incompetent, stupid, corrupt or some mixture of the four.

Also, every other line by Njal is made of awesomesauce.


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Re: Storm Caller

Postby MalkyDel » Thu Sep 04, 2014 12:21 am

Are there any non-fat Imperial high-ranking Clerics?
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Re: Storm Caller

Postby Xisor » Sat Mar 28, 2015 11:12 pm

I rather thought that too, Malky. There's something a little vexing characterising all monstrously incompetent/blinkered people as also very fat.

That aside, I rather liked the book. There were a lot of nice points to it and, oddly, I've persuaded myself that I really like the preposterous 'twist' ending. It feels appropriately Space Wolf-y, especially so long after the Heresy and the 'PB-era' Wolves. This is a real fragmentation, a really crushing turn of events. But it's hopeful too, it's a compelling thing to have happened. I'm excited by the prospect of a third novel for 'em. Hopefully not quite as... 'sparse' as the Space Hulk bit of this novel - not bad by any means, but a bit... thin on the ground?

Well, anyway, I thoroughly enjoyed the novel.
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