10cf746e54 At the end I will be there. The Primarch's teaching and training went swiftly; it was only a matter of weeks before the Emperor judged Russ worthy of leading his armies in the Great Crusade across the galaxy. This time, the Emperor defeated Russ, felling him with a mighty blow from his Power Glove. It was in the disastrous beginnings of this time that the Sons of Russ began their ages-long blood feud with the Thousand Sons Traitor Legion. Though many were left dumbfounded by the King's decision, time certainly proved Thengir wise. The disruption of the Emperor's wards allowed the malevolent entities of Chaos to penetrate into the Webway and put Terra itself at risk of a Chaotic assault. 57-66 Horus Heresy: Collected Visions (Background Book) Index Astartes II, "Wolves of Fenris - The Space Wolves Space Marine Chapter" Rogue Trader (1st Edition) Warhammer 40,000 Compilation (1st Edition), "Leman Russ" Warhammer 40,000 Rogue Trader (1st Edition) Warhammer 40,000 Rulebook (6th Edition) White Dwarf 283 (AUS), "Index Astartes 13th Company" White Dwarf 259 (AUS), "Index Astartes The Space Wolves" White Dwarf 258 (US), "Index Astartes First Founding: Wolves of Fenris" White Dwarf 247 (AUS), "Codicium Imperialis The Space Wolves" White Dwarf 244 (US), "Codex Space Wolves", "Sons of Russ - Codex Space Wolves," "Super-Interchangeable Space Wolves," and "The Battle of the Fang", pp. And so it was that the great, sky-spanning starships of the Emperor travelled to the center of the sea of stars, settling on the icy world of Fenris scant years after Russ' ascension to the throne he had forged by uniting all the fractious tribes fo his world.
Sons of Russ (Anthology) From Lexicanum Jump to: navigation, search Publications Portal Sons of Russ Publisher Black Library Series Space Wolves Authors Ben Counter, Nick Kyme, Andy Smillie, Chris Wraight Released July 27, 2012 Editions 2012 ebookISBN 9780857877567 Space Marines PortalSpace Wolves Sons of Russ is an anthology published by Black Library in July, 2012, as part of its "Summer Reading" promotion. The tale of his disappearance is retold every thousand standard years by the Dreadnought Bjorn the Fell-Handed, the oldest Astartes Dreadnought still in service in the entire Imperium. When Leman came back to consciousness within the hour, he admitted defeat and with a bloodied smile and a broken fang, he swore fealty to his true father, the Emperor of Mankind. For the final battle. Such records as were made have not survived, and only many centuries later did chroniclers begin to describe the bloody events of those days. The Emperor had known well that proud Russ would never bow to his rule without being beaten in a contest. The stranger had lost the first challenge.