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Blood Tigers
Imperial eagle
Warcry

Unknown

Founding

Unknown

Successors of

Unknown

Successor Chapters

Unknown

Number

Unknown

Primarch

Unknown

Chapter Master

Unknown

Homeworld

Tryjon II

Allegiance

Imperium of Man

Colours

Unknown

The Blood Tigers are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. This Chapter is known to hail from the jungle moon of Tryjon II. Almost nothing else is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records.

Chapter HistoryEdit

Notable CampaignsEdit

  • Woe of the Blood Tigers (899.M34) - Me'kallar the Insane was considered by Imperial scholars to be one of the most ferocious Defilers ever created. In 899.M34 it was at the forefront of a savage attempt to destroy the Blood Tigers Space Marine Chapter's Fortress Spire on the jungle moon of Tryjon II. A warband fleet belonging to The Tormented erupted out of the Warp in a rapid deployment. Twenty Defilers were among the spearhead on the ground, including Me'kallar the Insane. The Daemon Engine burned great swathes through the forest so that the Tormented could bring their war to the foot of the Fortress-Monastery's outer walls. While the Blood Tigers were forced to focus their efforts on the horror below, Heldrakes tormented the structure further up the Fortress Spire. Gunfire raged through the skies while great gouts of blood and flame soaked the humid jungle down below. Only one foe from the Warp managed to breach the armored walls, and that was Me'kallar. The Defiler wreaked havoc inside the Fortress-Monastery, crushing whole squads of Blood Tigers. Dreadnoughts finally reduced the Daemon Engine to smoldering wreckage, but not before it had caused significant damage. Only after Me'kallar's fall did the forces of the Tormented finally retreat into the Immaterium, and the Blood Tigers were left to count their dead.

Chapter AppearanceEdit

Chapter ColoursEdit

The Blood Tigers' Chapter colours are not listed in current Imperial records.

Chapter BadgeEdit

The Blood Tigers' Chapter badge is not listed in current Imperial records.

SourcesEdit

  • Warhammer 40,000: Index Chaotica - Defilers (Digital Edition), pp. 17-18

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