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Warriors Of The Wasteland (Twelve Wild Disciplines Mix)

As the dark days of the Horus Heresy unfolded, these unpredictable warriors were doubted by many, their loyalty questioned by those who should have been allies and assumed by those who would become enemies. Often the first Legion into the wilds at the edge of those few star charts to survive the Long Night of the Age of Strife, the White Scars had ever operated without the support of their brethren and rarely acted in concert with the other Legions.

Warriors Of The Wasteland (Twelve Wild Disciplines Mix)

In every battle in which he fought, Jaghatai led the assault. At first, the Legion simply followed him into the maelstrom but as tales of the Primarch's wild valour and consummate skill spread among the warriors of the Vth Legion, they soon began to compete to fight by his side.

Some considered them little more than barbaric reavers, akin to the wild butchers of Angron's World Eaters Legion or the executioners of Leman Russ' Space Wolves, but the records of their campaigns suggest otherwise. They were pathfinders in both a tactical and strategic sense, amongst the keenest and most proficient breed of the Legiones Astartes created by the Emperor. Exhaustive plans and interminable preparations were not their ways, often leaving them at odds with more deliberate warriors like the sons of Rogal Dorn or Roboute Guilliman.

The exact number is difficult to ascertain due to the irregular size of these formations, as both the original hordes and those that would follow varied wildly in size, with the smallest numbering little more than 5,000 warriors and the largest as many as 20,000. The difference in size did not appear to indicate any tactical or strategic speciality, but rather was tied to the will of the horde's commander, known in the newly re-organised White Scars as a "noyan-khan."

Indeed, the various hordes often fluctuated wildly in size during the transition from one noyan-khan to another, with warriors transferring between hordes, or even splitting off to form new hordes at the whims of either the noyan-khan or Jaghatai himself.

Tassadar and the Dark Templar Zeratul survived Kerrigan's vicious attacks, but their Templar armies have been decimated. Kerrigan, left behind to hunt down and eradicate the remaining Protoss warriors, begins to scour the burning wastelands of Char for her elusive prey.

This skill ensures that a Kai Lord will never starve in the wild. He will always be able to hunt for food for himself except in areas of wasteland and desert. This skill is very useful for it also enables a Kai Lord to move with great speed and dexterity. 041b061a72


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