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This is a complete pictorial list of official Space Marine Chapters (A-L) created by Games Workshop. It does not include any fan-created Chapters or the Traitor Legions. However, it does include Renegade Chapters of Chaos Space Marines as well as those Space Marine Chapters considered Excommunicate Traitoris by the High Lords of Terra whether they serve the Dark Gods or not. This is not a complete list as not every Chapter in existence in the Imperium of Man is known.

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Absolvers Astartes 2
Absolvers SP
Absolvers
Accipiters Astartes 2
Accipeters SP 2
Accipiters
Adulators Astartes
Adulators SP
Adulators
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Altar Brethren Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Iconoclasts. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
Angel Guard Astartes
Angel Guard SP
Angel Guard
Angels Encarmine Scheme
Angels Encarmine Livery2
Angels Encarmine the Angels Encarmine are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels. This Chapter is very rarely at full strength due to their highly active nature and willingness to intervene anywhere in the galaxy to protect the Emperor's people.
Angels Eradicant Astartes
Angels Eradicant SP
Angels Eradicant
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Angels Numinous The Angels Numinous are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter and a Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels created during an unknown Founding. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records.
Angelsofabsolutionmarine
AoA Livery
Angels of Absolution The Angels of Absolution are a Second Founding Chapter of the Dark Angels. However, unlike their fellow Unforgiven, the Angels of Absolution feel that their shame in the eyes of the Emperor of Mankind has already been wiped away and they have earned his absolution, which has also led to them forgoing the use of the term "Unforgiven" in relation to themselves.
Angels of Damnation Astartes
Angels of Damnation SP
Angels of Damnation
Angels of Fire Updated
Angel Fire SP
Angels of Fire The Angels of Fire are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin, Founded during the 36th Millennium. It is unknown who their Primarch is or where their homeworld is located.
Angels of Fury Scheme
Angels of Fury SP
Angels of Fury
Angels of Iron Updated
AoI Shoulder Guard
Angels of Iron
Angels of Penance Astartes 2
Angels of Penance SP2
Angels of Penance
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Angels of Purgatory
AoR Astartes2
AoR Livery
Angels of Redemption The Angels of Redemption is a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Dark Angels.
Angels Repentance Astartes
Angels Repentance SP
Angels of Repentance
Angels of Retribution scheme
Angels of Retribution SP
Angels of Retribution The Angels of Retribution were a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records. The Officio Assassinorum is suspected in the involvement of the Chapter's demise. A strangely empty set of early-model Power Armour was discovered near the site of the ambush at Alantor X, where the Angels of Retribution fell to a man.
AoV Officer2
Angels of Vengeance Livery
Angels of Vengeance The Angels of Vengeance are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Dark Angels.
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AoVig SP
Angels of Vigilance The Angels of Vigilance are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter believed to have been created during the Second Founding from an unknown origin.
Angel Penitent Colour Scheme
Angels Penitent Shoulder Pad
Angels Penitent The Angels Penitent are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. Once known as the Angels Resplendent, they became an overzealous and puritanical Chapter after being visited by a strange mortal known as the "Undying Martyr, and so, renamed themselves the Angels Penitent.
AP Colour Scheme2
Angels Porphyr Livery
Angels Porphyr The Angels Porphyr are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter that was Founded during the 31st Millennium, though their actual Founding and origin remain unknown.
Angels Redeemed Astartes
Angels Redeemed SP
Angels Redeemed
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Angels Repentant
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Angels Resplendent After arrival of a strange mortal known as the "Undying Martyr," Chapter became religiously zealot and puritanical, changing their colours and name to the Angels Penitent.
Angels Revenant colour scheme
Angels Revenant sp
Angels Revenant After the awakening of the Maynark Dynasty of Necrons in the Orpheus Sector, Chapter home world was wiped out in 991.M41. A few hundred battle-brothers remain.
Angels Sanguine Scheme2
AngelsSanguineBadge
Angels Sanguine The Angels Sanguine are a Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines and a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels. Theirs is a long and glorious history, having been pivotal in many victories against the Forces of Chaos.
AV Colour Scheme
AE Shoulder Guard
Angels Vermillion The Angels Vermillion are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels.
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Angels Vindicant
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Argent Hammers Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Talons of Anathrax. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
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No pict-file found.
Astral Blades Chapter possessed by Daemon Etherak the Unrepentant. Chapter erupted into violence, slaughtering those able to resist daemon's influence. Grey Knights ambushed and defeated corrupted battle-brothers. In shame, the broken Chapter Master accepts the Emperor's Peace from his 'saviours'.
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Astral Claws SP
Astral Claws Formerly Loyalist Chapter, became corrupted by ambitious Chapter Master Lufgt Huron, which resulted in a sector wide civil war know as Badab War. Defeated and declared renegade. Some Astral Claws escaped, including Lufgt Huron. Became the Renegade Warband know as the Red Corsairs. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
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Astral Fists Little know Chapter, only notable engagement was when they engaged the Tyranids of Echidna Splinter Fleet sometime during the current millennia.
Astral Hawks Astartes
Astral Hawks SP 2
Astral Hawks
Astral Knights Colour Scheme
Astral Knights SP
Astral Knights The Astral Knights were a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter from an unknown Founding that is a Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists. The Astral Knights sacrificed nearly their entire Chapter in 926.M41 to destroy the hideous threat to the Imperium called the World Engine, in the Vidar Sector, when they faced the undying threat of the Necrons.
Auric Patricians Astartes
Auric Patricians SP
Auric Patricians
Aurora Marine
Aurora Livery
Aurora Chapter The Aurora Chapter is a Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines of disputed Founding that is a Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines. They took their name from the principally armoured formations of the XIIIth Legion.
Avengers Astartes
Avengers SP
Avengers
Avenging Sons Marine
Avenging Sons Shoulder Pad
Avenging Sons The Avenging Sons are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marines Chapter originally created during the 19th Founding from the gene-seed of the Ultramarines. They hail from the world of Traekonnis Major.

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Benedictors
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Black Consuls The Black Consuls were recorded as having been annihilated at the Siege of Goddeth Hive in 455.M41 by elements of the Word Bearers Traitor Legion. Their current status is unknown, though Imperial records indicate that a force of Black Consuls is still operating in the Jericho Reach as part of the Achilus Crusade.
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No pict-file found.
Black Crusaders Almost nothing is recorded about this Chapter in the Imperial archives. The Black Crusaders were known to have been involved in an Imperial campaign in which they attacked an Ork enclave on the planet of Guilus II, and they were the first Space Marines to encounter the Grot Bomm Launcha.
Black Dragons Astartes
Black Dragons Livery
Black Dragons The Black Dragons were created during the 21st Founding; their gene-seed is suspected of having originated with the Salamanders. They were censured by the Inquisition due to the mutation of the Chapter's gene-seed, which causes certain Astartes of the Chapter to develop blade-like outgrowths of bone on the head and forearms. Some Black Dragons afflicted in this way sharpened these bone growths and sheathed them in adamantium for use in close melee combat.
Black Guard Colour Scheme
Black Guard Livery
Black Guard A Second Founding Raven Guard Successor Chapter, the Black Guardr believes in the timely application of overwhelming firepower to defeat their foes. Masters of careful ambush, the Black Guard deploy massed batteries of Thunderfire Cannons and Vindicators to annihilate their enemies in an instant.
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No pict-file found.
Black Inculpators
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Black Ravens The Black Ravens met their end while fighting the The Harvest Warband of the Khorne Daemonkin within their own walls of their Fortress-Monastery in 946.M41
Black Talons Astartes
Black Talons SP
Black Talons
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Black Templars Badge
Black Templars The Black Templars are a Loyalist Second Founding Space Marines Chapter derived from the Imperial Fists' gene-seed and their Primarch, Rogal Dorn. Their origin can be traced back to the Imperial Fists' defence of Terra during the Horus Heresy. Since that time, the Black Templars have been on the longest Crusade the Imperium of Man has ever known to prove their loyalty to the Emperor of Mankind.
Black Wings Scheme
Black Wings Livery
Black Wings In 700.M35, for unknown reasons, half the Chapter renounced their vows and turned upon their former brethren. In the ensuing internecine conflict, much of the Black Wings' fortress-monastery was devastated and a number of their fleet vessels were destroyed until their traitorous kin were driven off-world. Swearing an eternal oath of vendetta, the Black Wings changed their livery to a halved-pattern of crimson and black, until justice is finally visited upon their erstwhile kin and the Chapter's soul is fully healed.
Blazoned Legion Astartes
Blazone Legion SP
Blazoned Legion
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Blood Angels Livery
Blood Angels The Blood Angels are one of the 20 First Founding original Space Marine Legions. They were created from the gene-seed of their angelic Primarch Sanguinius, who gave his life fighting against the Arch-Traitor Horus Lupercal during the final Battle of Terra. Since that time, the Blood Angels' have had to deal with the twin genetic curses of the Black Rage and the Red Thirst.
Blood Drinkers
BloodDrinkersBadge
Blood Drinkers A Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels Legion, the Blood Drinkers engage in rituals that involve the consumption of blood, particularly massive quantities of human blood. Far from hiding this tradition, however, the Blood Drinkers openly embrace it. Though they experience far less instances of the twin-curses of the Black Rage and Red Thirst, it remains to be seen whether or not they have save themselves, or damned themselves unknowingly.
Blood Knights Astartes
Blood Knights SP
Blood Knights
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Blood Legion The Blood Legion was created during the 14th Founding as a Successor Chapter of the venerable Blood Angels, sometime during the 36th Millennium. Their fortress-monastery is located on the world of Harkilae IV, located in the Segmentum Obscurus.
Blood Ravens Updated
Blood Ravens Livery
Blood Ravens The Blood Ravens are a mysterious Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins and unknown Founding. They are drawn to the pursuit of knowledge and the acquisition of ancient lore. They also possess an unusually high number of Librarians amongst its ranks. The most powerful of these Librarians guide the Chapter.
Blood Swords Marine
BS Livery
Blood Swords A Successor Chapter of the venerable Blood Angels, their exact Founding is unknown. The Blood Swords' homeworld is the planet Jaggafall. The Blood Swords Chapter is unique among the Space Marines in that for a time its Chapter Master, Daggan, was actually a Venerable Dreadnought.
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No pict-file found.
Blood Tigers 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 is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records.
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No pict-file found.
Bone Knives A Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin or Founding, almost nothing is know about the Bone Knives Chapter in official Imperial records.
BC Tact Marine
Brazen Claws Livery
Brazen Claws A Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Iron Hands Legion, the Brazen Claws are an unassailable and resolute Chapter of Space Marines. In 955.M41, when the Forces of Chaos assaulted their home world of Talus IV and left it in ruins, the Brazen Claws launched a Crusade of Vengeance into the Eye of Terror. The re-emerged in 994.M41, battered, but still fighting their long war against Chaos.
BM Colour Scheme
Brazen Minotaurs Livery
Brazen Minotaurs A Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins or Founding, the Brazen Minotaurs stand sentinel over the Sargassion Reach and the Kandoor System. They hail from the jungle world of Tauron, and are renowned for their bluntness and direct approach to warfare.
Brazen Skulls Astartes
Brazen Skulls SP
Brazen Skulls
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No pict-file found.
Bronze Gorgons Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Crystal Wyverns. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
BoT Battle-Brother
BoT Livery
Brotherhood of a Thousand he Brotherhood of a Thousand is a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding, although the chapter believes they are descended from the Ultramarines. Almost nothing is known about them in Imperial records.
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No pict-file found.
Brothers of the Anvil Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Deathmongers. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
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No pict-file found.
Brothers of the Red The Brothers of the Red are a now-extinct Loyalist Space Marine Chapter and a Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. They were fatally undone by the genetic twin-curses of the Black Rage and the Red Thirst.
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Brothers Penitent Founded as part of the Astartes Praeses -- one of 20 Chapters dedicated to defending the regions surrounding the Eye of Terror. This Chapter is of unknown origins and Founding. Though they work alongside the other Chapters of the Astartes Praeses, they are known to be insular in nature.

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Carcharodons Battle-Brother
Carcharodons Livery
Carcharodons The Carcharodons are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter of brutal reputation that was Founded during the 23rd Founding. They are a suspected Successor Chapter of the Raven Guard. The Carcharodons participated in the latter stages of the Badab War. They were a fleet-based Chapter until in recompense for their role in the Badab War they were given control over the Mantis Warriors Chapter's territory in the Maelstrom Zone.
CB Colour Scheme
CB Shoulder Pad
Carmine Blades The Carmine Blades are a Loyalist Space Marine Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. Hailing from the Feral World of Haldroth, this Chapter were originally named the Swords of Haldroth. Unknowingly, they believed they were successors of the Ultramarines. Only a chance meeting with Astorath the Grim in the late 41st Millennium revealed their true heritage, including the names of the genetic twin-curses of the Black Rage and Red Thirst.
Celebrants Astartes
Celebrants Shoulder Pad
Celebrants The Celebrants Chapter was Founded during the 36th Millennium, during an unknown Founding or origin. Their only mention in Imperial history is that they were ordered to withdraw from the world of Phaethon IV and instead to take up garrison duty on the Ecclesiarchy's Cardinal World of Nedicta Secundus to protect the holy relics of the Adeptus Ministorum found there from the ravages of the Tyranid Hive Fleet Kraken.
CG Battle-Brother
CG Livery2
Celestial Guard
Celestial Lions Updated
Celestial Lions SP
Celestial Lions The Celestial Lions are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter raised in the 38th Millennium during an unknown Founding as a Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists. Following a campaign upon the world of Khattar in 988.M41, the Celestial Lions became highly vocal against the Inquisition's actions, which proved to be the Chapter's undoing. During the Third War for Armageddon they were nearly wiped out. They are now in the process of rebuilding their depleted ranks.
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No pict-file found.
Celestian Guard The Celestian Guard are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records other than their participation in the Lycanthos Drift Campaign in 780.M41.
Champion Thanatos Astartes
Champions Thanatos SP
Champions of Thanatos
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Charnel Guard Chapter Icon3
Charnel Guard The Charnel Guard is a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. This reclusive, fleet-based Chapter, whose chronicle threads through many dark passages of the Imperium's history, is believed by some sources to be an unacknowledged offshoot of the Blood Angels. This Chapter is known to seal themselves away in vast stasis crypts when not on campaign, and the Chapter's armoury holds countless examples of weapons rarely seen in the late 41st Millennium.
Consecrators Battle-Brother
Consecrators Livery
Consecrators The Consecrators are a Successor Chapter of Loyalist Space Marines created from the gene-seed of the Dark Angels during an unknown Founding. The Consecrators are noted for bearing all manner of holy relics and ancient patterns of arms, armour and vehicles.
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Chorus of Eltain Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. It is unknown what they endured during their sojourn into the Eye, and they were declared Martyr Extermis in absentia.
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No pict-file found.
Clerics of Steel Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Invocators. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
Crimson Castellans Astartes
Crimson Castellans SP Updated
Crimson Castellans The Crimson Castellans were a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins and Founding who became embroiled in a civil war between the members of their own Chapter after a portion of their brotherhood turned to Chaos. However, the Chapter, both Loyalist and Renegade factions, was largely destroyed in 993.M41, when the Tyranid Hive Fleet Jormungandr unexpectedly descended upon the world of Sephrax where the Loyalists were battling their Renegade brethren. The Chapter homeworld of Vorl Secunda was subsequently abandoned due to the outbreak of a mysterious illness known as the Grey Phage, forcing the Crimson Castellans to become a fleet-based Chapter.
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Crimson Consuls The Crimson Consuls are a now-extinct Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding, who were a Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines. The Crimson Consuls were destroyed entirely by the machinations of the Alpha Legion Traitor Legion.
CF Tact Marine
Crimson Fists symbol
Crimson Fists The Crimson Fists are one of the Successor Chapters created during the Second Founding, drawn from the Imperial Fists Legion. Though they remain understrength from the Ork invasion of Rynn's World, the Crimson Fists are a proud and stubborn Chapter, never admitting defeat.
Crimson Guard Astartes
Crimson Guard Livery
Crimson Guard
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Crimson Legion The Crimson Legion is a now-extinct Loyalist Space Marine Chapter and a Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. Created as they were from the Blood Angels' gene-seed, they too carried the genetic Flaws inherited from Sanguinius. Those affected by the Black Rage were often used as blunt instruments, gathered into Death Companies, and hurled into the thickest of the fighting.
Crimson Paladins scheme
Crimson Paladins SP
Crimson Paladins The Crimson Paladins are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. Virtually nothing is known about this obscure Chapter within the official Imperial archives, except the name of the Chapter's homeworld of Fortress and their fortress-monastery, which is known as Honour Hold. Much of this fortress is below ground as added protection against orbital strikes.
Crimson Sabres Scheme
Crimson Sabres SP
Crimson Sabres The Crimson Sabres were once a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding, until they began their descent into Heresy on the Jungle World of Umidia with the genocidal purging of the Balethu Cults in 928.M41. As punishment (or possibly reward) for the bloody annihilation of his worshipers, the Blood God Khorne cursed the Crimson Sabres to be haunted by the voices of those they had slain. Driven to madness, they Crimson Sabres set upon another innocent world and slaughtered its population as well. The carnage temporarily silenced the voices in their heads but eventually they returned to plague them once more. The Chapter was soon declared Renegaded by both the Inquisition and the High Lords of Terra due to signs of continued psychological instability and over-zealous prosecution of their campaigns. Sevastus Kranon, the Chapter Master of the Crimson Sabres, led his warriors into the Eye of Terror to slaughter Traitors instead of spilling the blood of innocents, thereby gaining a temporary respite. Within the Eye, they became fully corrupted by the Dark Gods. When they returned to realspace, they had become the Chaos warband known as the Crimson Slaughter.
Crimson Scions Astartes
Crimson Scions SP
Crimson Scions The Crimson Scions are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins and Founding. Virtually nothing is known about this obscure Chapter within the official Imperial archives, except that they are located near the Imperial Hive World of Minea within the Segmentum Ultima.
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Crimson Scythes The Crimson Scythes are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding or origin. They were created as one of the Chapters Founded as part of the Astartes Praeses -- one of the 20 Chapters of Astartes mentioned in the ancient tome known as the Mythos Angelica Mortis that was created to defend the regions surrounding the Eye of Terror in the Segmentum Obscurus from the Forces of Chaos.
Crimson Shades Scheme
Crimson Shades SP
Crimson Shades The Crimson Shades are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. The Librarians of the Crimson Shades, like their counterparts of the Space Wolves and the White Scars Chapters, are one of the noteworthy examples that take exception to the doctrines of the Codex Astartes. Though the role of this Chapter's Librarians is not so different from the traditional role found for Librarians in more orthodox Chapters, it is in the methods they employ that they differ significantly from the majority of the Adeptus Astartes. Exactly what this difference is has not yet been recorded.
Crimson Talons Astartes
Crimson Talons SP
Crimson Talons
Crusaders Astartes
Crusaders SP
Crusaders The Crusaders are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records. Based upon the nature of their Chapter icon which closely resembles the holy symbol of the Adeptus Ministorum, the Crusaders might be strict adherents of the Imperial Cult. But this is merely conjecture.
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No pict-file found.
Crusaders of Dorn Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Brotherhood of Lethe. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.

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Dark Angels Updated Scheme
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Dark Angels The Dark Angels were the first of the original 20 Space Marine Legions created during the First Founding in the 30th Millennium. Though they claim complete allegiance and service to the Emperor of Mankind, their actions and secret goals at times seem at odds with that professed loyalty, as the Dark Angels strive above all other things to atone for an ancient crime of betrayal that occurred ten thousand years earlier, at the end of the Horus Heresy
Dark Brotherhood Astartes
Dark Brotherhood SP
Dark Brotherhood
Dark Crusaders Astartes
Dark Crusaders SP
Dark Crusaders
Dark Eagles updated
Dark Eagles SP
Dark Eagles The Dark Eagles are a Loyalist, Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. It is suspected that they are one of the rare Successor Chapters of the Raven Guard. Their exact Founding date is unknown. Unfortunately, at this time almost nothing is currently known about the Chapter in Imperial records.
DarkHands Colour Scheme
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Dark Hands
Dark Hunters Marine
Dark Hunters Livery
Dark Hunters The Dark Hunters are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter descended from the gene-seed of the White Scars during an unknown Founding sometime in the 37th Millennium. The Dark Hunters hail from the night world of Phobian, and ever since the Dellrond Campaign, where a single Dark Hunters Battle Company held the entrance to the Cathedral of the Emperor Ossified for five standard years against the Orks of WAAAGH! Nagrut, the Chapter has had a reputation for being particularly hardy and resolute warriors.
DS Colour Scheme
DS Livery
Dark Sons The Dark Sons are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin, though the Dark Sons themselves believe that they are Successors of the Novamarines Chapter. The Dark Sons' homeworld is the planet Darkhold located in the Segmentum Obscurus. Little else is known about the Chapter in current Imperial records.
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No pict-file found.
Dark Swords
Death Eagle Marine
Death Eagles Livery
Death Eagles The Death Eagles are a Loyalist, Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. It is suspected that they are one of the rare Successor Chapters of the Raven Guard, although some believe their roots actually lead to the Emperor's Children Traitor Legion, during the bygone Age of Darkness during the Horus Heresy in the 31st Millennium. Their exact Founding date is unknown. At this time, almost nothing is known about the Chapter in Imperial records beyond their name and Chapter appearance.
Death Knights Scheme
Death Knights Livery
Death Knights
Death Spectres Marine
Death Spectres Livery
Death Spectres The Death Spectres are a Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines of unknown origin of the 13th ("Dark") Founding, only the second known Chapter of Astartes, besides the Exorcists, to have been created in that unusual Founding. They are a Successor Chapter of the Raven Guard as they share many of the same mutations as found in that Chapter's gene-seed. Stationed beyond the frontiers of the Imperium, the Death Spectres maintain a constant vigil to ensure that the supernatural inhabitants of the Ghoul Stars never again threaten the galaxy.
Death Strike Colour Scheme
Death Strike Livery
Death Strike The Death Strike is a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding whose Fortress-Monastery is located on their homeworld of Nihilas. They are very similar in appearance to the Rainbow Warriors Chapter. This Chapter participated in multiple campaigns, including the Assault on Moros, the Verdan II Extraction, the Ulik Sector campaign and the 13th Black Crusade.
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Deathwatch The Deathwatch are not an actual Space Marine Chapter. Instead, they are comprised of Kill-teams formed from the Veteran Space Marines of other Chapters that serve as the Chamber Militant of the alien-hunting Ordo Xenos of the Imperial Inquisition.
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Desert Lions The Desert Lions are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. They are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines Legion. They are known to have fought during the military campaign known as Operation Carthage during the Great Scouring in 31st Millennium, following the defeat of Warmaster Horus and the Traitor Legions, to retake the world of Istvaan V from the Forces of Chaos, who had controlled it since the first days of the Horus Heresy. Little else is known about the Chapter in current Imperial records.
Destroyers Colour Scheme
Destroyers Badge
Destroyers The Destroyers are a Loyalist Second Founding and rare Successor Chapter of the White Scars. Though they have won great victories in the Imperium's name, the stability of their gene-seed has come into question as well as concerns surrounding their savage conduct in battle.
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Dictators
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Disciples of Blood The Disciples of Blood are a Loyalist Space Marine Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. They are greatly affected by the genetic twin-curses of the Black Rage and the Red Thirst. Like the Flesh Eaters, the too, are a shrinking Chapter as the Flaw begins to whittle down their numbers.
Disciples of Caliban Scheme
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Disciples of Caliban The Disciples of Caliban are a Successor Chapter of the Dark Angels, created during unusual circumstances at the direct request of the Dark Angels Chapter Master sometime during the 37th Millennium. Though unusual, the High Lords of Terra granted the request. It is rumored among the Unforgiven that this Chapter of their fellowship was founded with the sole purpose of hunting down and capturing the infamous Fallen Angel known as Cypher. The Disciples of Caliban is a very mobile force of Astartes.
Doom Eagles Battle-Brother
DE Shoulder Pad
Doom Eagles The Doom Eagles are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter and a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines. The homeworld of the Doom Eagles is Gathis II. Atop the Ghostmountain, their world's largest peak, sits their mighty fortress-monastery, the Eyrie. The Doom Eagles are a notoriously pious, grim and aloof Chapter of Astartes. However, unlike the Ultramarines, their use of Dreadnoughts is more extensive, fitting with their belief that they are fighting while already dead. They emphasize the use of stealth tactics and speed in combat. At a basic level, all Doom Eagles accept that they are already dead men in the service of the Emperor of Mankind. This is the root of their courage and their unshakable resolution and determination to stand in the face of even the greatest odds.
Doom Legion Marine
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Doom Legion The Doom Legion are a Loyalist Space Marine Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines, created during an unknown Founding. The Doom Legion is responsible for the maintenance and garrison of the Faithful's Deliverance, the pre-Horus Heresy star fortress that overlooks the notorious Elusian Maze asteroid fields. Few other Space Marine Chapters could boast of spaceborne firepower of such magnitude. All that was known about the Doom Legion's homeworld, Elusia Prime, is that it was situated within the Ultima Segmentum. During the Imperial Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37, six companies of the Doom Legion deployed and were lost in the Eye of Terror. They reemerged into Imperial space centuries later as the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Vectors of Pox, servants of the Plague God Nurgle. The remaining four companies of the Doom Legion remained true to the Emperor, though their genetic purity came under intense scrutiny by the Inquisition.
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Doom Warriors The Doom Warriors are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. The Doom Warriors have a defect in the Catalepsean Node as a result of a mutation in their gene-seed. Because of this deficiency, Doom Warriors are incapable of true sleep, which in turn makes them a morose, moody Chapter. This is why they specialize in conducting Exterminatus campaigns that allow them to unleash the full extent of their somewhat unbalanced personalities in ways that are constructive.
Dragon Lords Astartes
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Dragon Lords The Dragon Lords are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. In 998.M41 all contact was lost with the Dragon Lords' Chapter planet, Erwynn's World. This bodes ill for the Dragon Lords until their ultimate fate can be determined.

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Eagle Warriors Astartes
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Eagle Warriors The Eagle Warriors are a fleet-based Progenitor (Second Founding) Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines Legion. Within the Mythos Angelica Mortis, the great work concerning the Space Marines of the latter part of the 37th Millennium, the Eagle Warriors are listed as the immediate forebears of the Marines Errant, although why they were singled out for the honour of a "named" Founding (23rd Founding) being drawn from their ranks at that time, remains lost to posterity
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Ebon Knights The Ebon Knights were a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. Virtually nothing is known about this reclusive Chapter other than that they participated in the notable campaign upon the industrial world of Iriad IV, where they fought a brutal action against a warband of the World Eaters Traitor Legion. The battle against these Khornate Berserkers resulted in the mutual destruction of both forces and the corruption of the Ebon Knights' sole survivor by the Blood God Khorne.
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Emperor's Hawks Marine
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Emperor's Hawks The Emperor's Hawks are a Loyalist, Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marines Chapter of unknown origin and Founding date. The Chapter specialises in Jump Pack-assisted assaults, followed by squadron-strength attacks by highly-mobile units of Land Speeders.
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Emperor's Shadows Marine
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Emperor's Shadows The Emperor's Shadows is a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter that is a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Iron Hands. The Emperor's Shadows field many Dreadnoughts and prefer any weapon that projects bolts or slugs over energy weapons.
Emperor's Shield Astartes
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Emperor's Storm Astartes
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Emperor's Swords The Emperor's Swords are a now-extinct Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. The Chapter was decimated by the forces of the Alpha Legion after 300 standard years of infiltration and subversion. Another Chapter named the Emperor's Swords, which may or may not be the same group of Astartes, was wiped out in 970.M41 when a massive force of Necrons that had just awakened deep beneath their Chapter homeworld of Bellicas assaulted their fortress-monastery and slaughtered every last Emperor's Sword Space Marine over the course of a three-week-long siege.
Emperor's Warbringers Marine
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Emperor's Warbringers The Emperor's Warbringers are a Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding who are a Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists. This Chapter is known for sometimes making use of camouflage on their vehicles and their personal armour and possesses a reputation as especially brutal combatants against the foes of the Emperor
Emperor's Wolves Scheme
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Emperor's Wolves The Emperor's Wolves are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding whose gene-seed contain altered and integrated wolf genes similar to those found in the gene-seed of the Space Wolves, though any further connection between the Chapters remains unknown. The Emperor's Wolves lost their 8th Company in the Warp who reemerged decades later as the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Blood Disciples. Nothing else is known about them in Imperial records.
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Emperor's Wrath The Emperor's Wrath is a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding that is based in a star system in the Segmentum Solar. The Chapter Master and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Company are currently on a Crusade against the Forces of Chaos who have occupied a portion of the world of Cadia following Abaddon's 13th Black Crusade against the Imperium.
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Excoriators Scheme
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Excoriators The Excoriators are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines who are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists. An ancient tome of knowledge known as the Mythos Angelica Mortis lists them as one of the 20 Chapters of Astartes founded to make up the Astartes Praeses, an ever-vigilant Space Marine task force assigned to guard the regions of the Imperium surrounding the Eye of Terror. The Excoriators' Chapter homeworld is Eschara in the Segmentum Obscurus.
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Execrators
Executioners Marine
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Executioners The Executioners were one of four formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapters that rebelled against the Imperium of Man's authority during the Badab War and joined the Secessionist cause led by the Renegade Astral Claws Chapter and their Chapter Master, the self-proclaimed "Tyrant of Badab," Lufgt Huron. The Chapter was believed to have found itself on the wrong side of that conflict through little fault of its own, and was eventually permitted by the High Lords of Terra to continue in its service to the Imperium after a suitable penance. The Executioners were a 3rd Founding Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists created according to Imperial records in the first year of the 32nd Millennium.
Exemplars Astartes
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Exorcists The Exorcists were created during the 13th Founding, the so-called "Dark Founding" which occurred sometime between the 35th and 36th Millennia, before the start of the Age of Apostasy. The Exorcists were Founded as part of a highly-classified Imperial experiment to create Space Marines who were unusually resistant to daemonic possession and Chaotic corruption. As part of their initiation into the Chapter each Exorcists Astartes had actually been forced to serve as a daemonhost for a short time before having the foul creature expelled back to the Warp by the intervention of an Inquisitor.
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Fire Angels The Fire Angels are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter created during the 25th Founding of the 40th Millennium from the gene-seed of the Ultramarines. The Fire Angels are best remembered in Imperial records for the role they played in the recent Badab War, a rebellion by several Space Marine Chapters against the Imperium of Man. The Fire Angels are a recently Founded Chapter, though not the first body to bear the title and panoply. They hail from the world of Lorin Alpha.
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Fire Claws The Fire Claws were raised in the 36th Millennium, though they are of unknown origin and Founding. They were created as one of the 20 Chapters of the Astartes Praeses -- to stand sentinel of the worlds near the Eye of Terror and guard against the threat of the Forces of Chaos. Though once counted amongst the most stalwart of humanity's defenders, they came to be obsessed with acquiring relics and weapons of the Ruinous Powers, and to use these malefic weapons against Chaos itself. To reflect their newfound obsession of such relics, they came to be know as the Relictors. They were later declared Excommunicate Traitoris by the Inquisition for the continued use of Chaotic artefacts. Only a few hundred Relictors remain.
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Fire Hawks The Fire Hawks were one of the Loyalist Space Marine Chapters created in the 36th Millennium during the Cursed 21st Founding. While the Fire Hawks have always maintained they were forged from the genestock of the Ultramarines, the sons of Roboute Guilliman have never acknowledged any kinship, fuelling suspicions as to their true heritage. They have the dubious distinction of being one of the few Chapters of the Adeptus Astartes to have lost not one but two Chapter homeworlds. After being nearly driven to extinction during the Badab War, the Fire Hawks' mobile fortress-monastery, the ancient Void Fortress Raptorus Rex, was lost in the Warp in 963.M41. It is now believed that the survivors of this disaster became the cursed Astartes known collectively as the Legion of the Damned.
Fire Lords Marine
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Fire Lords The Fire Lords are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marines Chapter. Their Founding date has not been officially established. There is no definite information on what Chapter's gene-seed was used in the Fire Lords' creation. Due to deficiencies within Imperial records, the heritage of several Space Marine Chapters is only implied from their particular doctrines and beliefs. The Fire Lords' renowned flamecraft and warrior creed is highly reminiscent of the Salamanders, though there are no known records of any Foundings using the gene-seed of Vulkan's Legion. There are several theories on the subject, though it is generally believed by most savants of the Administratum that the Imperial Fists are the true source of the Fire Lords' gene-seed. The Fire Lords' homeworld is the volcanic planet of Mundus Pyra. As their name might suggest, the Fire Lords are known for their utilisation of all manner of incendiary weapons, from hand-held Flamer units all the way up to Firestorm bombardment charges delivered from low orbit.
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Fists Exemplar
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Fists of Olchis The Fists of Olchis were once a Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines of unknown origin and Founding. They were lost after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the portentous Abyssal Crusade. It is unknown what they endured during their sojourn into the Eye, and they were declared Perditas by the Imperial Inquisition, who feared that if the Chapter still existed, like many of their fellow crusading Chapters, it had most likely been corrupted by Chaos.
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Flame Eagles The Flame Eagles are a Loyalist, Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. It is suspected that they are one of the rare Successor Chapters of the Raven Guard. Their exact Founding date is unknown. Unfortunately, at this time almost nothing is currently known about the Chapter in Imperial records beyond their name and Chapter appearance.
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Flame Falcons The Flame Falcons were one of the cursed Space Marine Chapters created during the 21st Founding or so-called "Cursed Founding." Although their earlier successes promised a great future for the Chapter, they were almost completely wiped out by the Inquisition before a hundred years had passed following their Founding. The cause of the Inquisition's attack was that during an engagement, members of the Chapter had burst into flame. These Astartes came to no harm, and believed the flames to be a gift from the Emperor of Mankind, so they fought with a fierce savagery that won the day. The members of the Inquisition did not share the Chapter's belief that they had been blessed by the Emperor, and when the Chapter returned to their homeworld of Lethe to celebrate their victory, they were attacked and almost completely destroyed by a force of Grey Knights who believed them to have been possessed by daemons.
Flesh Eater Assault Marine
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Flesh Eaters The Flesh Eaters are an infamous Loyalist Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels Chapter, created during the 3rd Founding in the 32nd Millennium. This ruthless Chapter's unsavoury reputation is notorious across the Imperium of Man, as are the bloody deeds purported to have been enacted by its Battle-Brothers upon the fields of battle. So divorced have the Flesh Eaters become from the rest of Mankind that most Imperial Commanders embrace the Chapter's offers of assistance only in the direst of circumstances.
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Flesh Tearers The Flesh Tearers are the smallest Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, numbering only four full companies of Astartes. They are Loyalists of the Emperor of Mankind though their heavy affliction with the Flaws of their Primarch Sanguinius has led to their investigation on charges of heresy by the Inquisition. They have been cleared of suspicion at present. Like their progenitors, the Flesh Tearers are known for their bloodthirsty nature in battle, bad temper and feared for the Flaws like the Black Rage and the Red Thirst that they carry within their gene-seed.

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Genesis Chapter Marine2
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Genesis Chapter The Genesis Chapter is a Second Founding Successor or Primogenitor Space Marines Chapter of the legendary Ultramarines. The Chapter's homeworld is the planet Newfound which is located a comparatively short distance to the galactic northwest of the Ultramarines' Realm of Ultramar, and its Astartes commonly undertake at least one pilgrimage to the Shrine of the Primarch on Macragge. First amongst the Ultramarines' Primogenitor Chapters to be raised (and hence their name), the Genesis Chapter are dogmatically loyal to the Imperium of Man and the memory of their Primarch Roboute Guilliman, and can be counted upon to fight at the Ultramarines' side without hesitation.
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Golden Blades The Golden Blades were a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. While Sometime in the 37th Millennium, a garrison of Golden Blades Space Marines met a most foul fate while defending the world of Ghahalla during the daemonic incursion. Overcome by a strange madness, they slowly succumbed to their madness and were reborn as the first seeds that would become the Khorne Daemonkin warband known as the Brazen Beasts.
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Golden Halos Astartes
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Golden Halos The Golden Halos are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records other than that they were engaged in such notable campaigns as: Kistvaen, Podzul, and the decades-long Siege of Nectocalyx, which was colloquially referred to as "The Meatgrinder." Their motto Ex Ungue Leonem ("Judge the Lion by his claws") reveals their proud martial tradition.
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Golden Sons The Golden Sons are a now-extinct Loyalist Space Marine Chapter and a Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. They were known for taking a much harsher stance for those battle-brothers afflicted by the Black Rage, as they hurled their Death Companies into battle with no concern for their lives, using them as blunt instruments to break the enemy's front lines. The Golden Sons were fatally undone by the genetic curse of the Black Rage.
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Graven Fists Undertook the disastrous Abyssal Crusade in 321.M37 into the Eye of Terror. Was corrupted by Chaos, and became the warband of Chaos Space Marines known as the Twisted Blades. Declared Excommunicate Traitoris.
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Graven Spectres The Graven Spectres were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. In 365.M41, the Renegade Chapter assaulted the relic world of Syban, intent on plundering its great stasis museum. During their rampage the unwittingly release the Daemon Prince Knor from his millennia-long slumber. Soon the renegades are fighting for their lives against Knor and his growing daemonic army. A single squad of Grey Knights Terminators arrive to assist the beleaguered world, but find themselves vastly outnumbered and unable to overcome their daemonic foes. With little chance of success, they sacrifice themselves by activating the planet's stasis failsafe, freezing it in time forever.
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Grey Knights The Grey Knights are a secret, mysterious Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines specifically tasked with combating the dangerous daemonic entities of the Warp and all those who wield the corrupt power of the Chaos Gods. They have the honour of being implanted with gene-seed engineered directly from the genome of the Emperor Himself. The Grey Knights act as the military arm or Chamber Militant of the Ordo Malleus, the Daemonhunters who form the oldest branch of the virtually omnipotent Inquisition. Unlike other Astartes, every Grey Knight is a potent psyker. Yet, in the 10,000 standard years of Imperial history, no Grey Knight has ever been corrupted by the Ruinous Powers of Chaos. The Grey Knights' fortress-monastery is based on Titan, the largest of the moons of the gas giant Saturn in the Sol System, that is kept as a private preserve of the Inquisition.
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Grey Slayers The Grey Slayers are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter of unknown origin and Founding that became corrupted by Chaos. Inquisitor Thrax purged the Chapter of mutants and daemons, and the Chapter Master took his own life in shame. Untainted officers were raised up to lead the Chapter. The purge was apparently not quite thorough enough, as Inquisitor Thrax himself was soon afterwards corrupted by the Ruinous Powers and transformed into some sort of daemonic Chaos beast. The Grey Slayers' eventual disposition and fate remains unknown in current Imperial records.
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Grief Bringers The Grief Bringers are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins and Founding that suffered heavy losses fighting against the Warp entities called Enslavers on the world of Valhall II. Their armour is described as "principally a sickly pea-green, with engrailed chevrons of headachey purple."
Griffon Lords Astartes
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Griffon Lords The Griffon Lords are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and uncertain origins. This Chapter is a rare example where its Astartes' beliefs are in conflict with official Administratum's records, as they claim to be descended from the Ultramarines' Primarch Roboute Guilliman, even though official data-files show that their ancestry is that of Jaghatai Khan's White Scars. There is little else known about this Chapter in current Imperial records.
Guardians of Celeres Astartes
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Guardians of the Covenant
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Halo Brethren The Halo Brethren are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records, except for their involvement in the campaign against the rebellious Grand Master Drakan Vangorich of the Officio Assassinorum, which became known as The Beheading.
Halo Dragons Astartes
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Halo Dragons The Halo Dragons are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origins and Founding who played an instrumental role in containing the Tau's Third Sphere Expansion during the Zeist Campaign of 999.M41. Little else is known about them in Imperial records.
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Hammers of Dorn The Hammers of Dorn are a Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter, raised from the gene-seed of Rogal Dorn as a Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists during an unknown Founding. They are stringent adherents of the Codex, fostering a great rivalry with the Ultramarines and their Successor Chapters whenever those Battle-brothers do not match their own militant standards.
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Hammers of Retribution
Harbingers Astartes
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Harbingers
HL Marine
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Hawk Lords The Hawk Lords are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines and a Successor Chapter of the vaunted Ultramarines raised during an unknown Founding. The Hawk Lords Chapter heavily favours the use of their various gunships, and so are unsurprisingly the undisputed masters of aerial combat amongst the Adeptus Astartes. So skilled are they in the use of such tactics that the Astartes pilots of other Loyalist Chapters have been known to spend time as pilots in one of the Hawk Lords' Talon Wings to gain the aeronautical skills displayed by the Hawk Lords.
Heralds Ultramar Astartes
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Heralds of Ultramar The Herlads of Ultramar are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter derived from Ultramarines gene-seed. Their exact Founding date is unknown. Nothing else is known about them in Imperial records at present.
HoV Astartes
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Heralds of Vengeance
Honoured Sons Astartes
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Honoured Sons The Honoured Sons are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records except for the name of their homeworld of Jonol, located in the Eastern Fringes of the Segmentum Ultima. Though all of the Successor Chapters extant in the 41st Millennium owe their genetic heritage to one of the First Founding Legions, not all the histories of their creation have survived the passing of thousands of years of war. The Honoured Sons believe they are descended from the Imperial Fists Primarch Rogal Dorn, and whilst no evidence exists to the contrary, neither do the Imperial Fists officially acknowledge them as a Successor Chapter.
Hospitaller Scheme
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Hounds of Demos
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Howling Griffons The Howling Griffons are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter Founded in the 33rd Millennium from the gene-seed of the Ultramarines who fought in the Badab War and saw extensive action in the 13th Black Crusade, fighting against Chaos Plague Marines in the defence of the world of Amistel Majoris. The Howling Griffons take a special pride in their oaths, seeing each as the promise of an unending effort until the deed sworn in the oath is accomplished or the oathtaker has been slain in the trying.

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Illustrians
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Imperial Castellans Astartes
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Imperial Fists The Imperial Fists are one of the First Founding Chapters of the Space Marines and were originally the VIIth Legion of the Legiones Astartes raised by the Emperor Himself from across Terra during the Unification Wars. The Imperial Fists stand out from other Space Marine Chapters since they possess no fixed homeworld, although they are most frequently based on Terra. Instead, the Imperial Fists rely on their 10,000-year-old mobile space fortress, Phalanx, to serve as their Fortress-Monastery.
Imperial Harbinger Colour Scheme
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Imperial Harbingers The Imperial Harbingers are a Loyalists Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin whose Founding occurred during the 23rd Founding in the 37th Millennium. This Chapter hails from the world of Birmingham, "the Black Planet," so named because it receives very little visible light. The Imperial Harbingers are specialists at drop assaults.
Imperial Hawks Astartes
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Imperial Hawks The Imperial Hawks are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. They specialise in fast attacks from the air, utilising high-altitude Jump Pack-assisted assaults, followed by reinforcement sorties from squadron-strength units of Land Speeders, often dropped at altitude and at high-speed from Thunderhawk gunships. Almost nothing else is known about the Chapter in Imperial records.
Imperial Paladins Battle-Brother
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Imperial Ravagers The Imperial Ravagers are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in the Imperial records. Their fortress-monastery is a space station that orbits the world of Vindict V.
Imperial Stars Armor
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Imperial Stars The Imperial Stars are a Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. There have been suspicions of Chaotic taint among the Imperial Stars. A team from the Inquisition's Ordo Hereticus has been sent to assess the extent of the threat, if any. Nothing else is known about the Chapter in current Imperial records.
Imperial Talons Colour Scheme
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Imperial Talons The Imperial Talons are a Loyalist, Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. It is suspected that they are one of the rare Successor Chapters of the Raven Guard. Their exact Founding date is unknown. Unfortunately, at this time almost nothing is currently known about the Chapter in Imperial records beyond their name and Chapter appearance
Imperius Reavers Astartes final
Imperius Reavers SP
Imperius Reavers The Imperius Reavers are a Fourth Founding Successor Space Marine Chapter of the legendary Ultramarines, created sometime during the 32nd or 33rd Millennia. The Chapter's homeworld is the Hive World of Praedis Zeta, located in the Vidar Sector, which is further located in the Eastern Fringe at the farthest edge of the Ultramarines' Realm of Ultramar. This volatile region is under constant siege by the twin threats of the alien and the daemon. The Imperius Reavers Space Marines are adept at hunting aliens, having been embroiled in many wars with the Tyranids in years past. Their 2nd Company, know on Praedis Zeta as "The Stormbringers," are veterans of the First Tyrannic War and experts in rooting out Genestealer hybrids.
Inceptors Battle-Brother
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Inceptors The Inceptors are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter. They are a Second Founding Primogenitor Chapter of the Ultramarines Legion. Little is known of this Chapter's history within the Imperial archives, except their participation in the Macharian Crusade, and their involvement in a regrettable incident during the Macharian Heresy in the early years of the 41st Millennium.
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Inculcators
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Interceptors
Invader Tact Marine
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Invaders The Invaders are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marines Chapter Master of unknown Founding and origin. Their Chapter homeworld of Ogrys was lost to an assault by the Eldar of Craftworld Alaitoc approximately a standard century ago and the Invaders have been forced to become a Fleet-based Chapter while they rebuild their strength from the heavy losses they suffered against the vengeful xenos
Invictors Astartes
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Invictors The Invictors were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. They were corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the Imperial Abyssal Crusade. It is unknown what they endured during their sojourn into the Eye, but by the time they made their way back into realspace, they had become a Chaos Space Marine warband known as The Unhallowed.
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Inviolators
Iron Champions Marine
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Iron Champions The Iron Champions are a Loyalist Space Marines Chapter that is a Successor Chapter of the Executioners and was created during an unknown Founding. For their role in combating the apostates and traitors of the Plague of Unbelief in the 36th Millennium, the Executioners were granted the rare honour of having a new Chapter, the Iron Champions, being created from their gene-seed in a later Founding.
Iron Crusaders Astartes
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Iron Crusaders The Iron Crusaders are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. The Iron Crusaders were last seen in 998.M41 heading towards the forbidden region of space known as the Ghoul Stars.
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Iron Drakes The Iron Drakes were once a Loyalist Chapter of Space Marines who were corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the disastrous Abyssal Crusade. At some point during their sojourn in the Eye, the Iron Drakes were corrupted by Nurgle on the Daemon World of Anathrax and became the Grey Death, ready and willing to spread their plague across the stars.
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Iron Fists The Iron Fists are a Codex Astartes-compliant Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists, formed in the 37th Millennium during the 22nd Founding. Nothing else is known about this Chapter in current Imperial records
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Iron Hands The Iron Hands are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter and one of the original First Founding Space Marine Legions created from the gene-seed of their martyred Primarch, Ferrus Manus. Originally founded as the Xth Legion, they took part in numerous Imperial Compliances during the Great Crusade. When the Horus Heresy erupted, they were nearly annihilated during the Dropsite Massacre of Istvaan V and their Primarch was slain by the traitorous Fulgrim, Primarch of the Emperor's Children. Since that time, the Iron Hands have grown to believe that human flesh is weak and easily corruptible, and strive to replace their organic bodies with more "pure" bionic substitutes, thus closely emulating the faith of the Adeptus Mechanicus' Cult of the Machine.
Iron Hawks Astartes
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Iron Hearts The Iron Hearts are an obscure Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Their supposed Primarch is mentioned in Imperial records as "Primarch Rubineck." This is now believed to be a transcription error by an unwitting scribe of the Administratum who was actually referring to the Iron Hearts' Chapter Master. The removal of this Chapter's name may be the result of the content of the short story where at its end a Chaos Daemon Lord gains entrance to the Chapter's training centre via the body of a failed Space Marine. Further records state that the Chapter was all but annihilated fighting a Daemon Lord who manifested in their star system. Only two companies, the 6th and 10th, remain at full strength.
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Iron Knights The Iron Knights are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists. The Iron Knights were one of the many Loyalist Space Marine Chapters who participated in the defence of Cadia from Abaddon the Despoiler's offensive during the 13th Black Crusade. Nothing else is known about this Chapter in current Imperial records.
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Iron Lords The Iron Lords are a rare Successor Chapter of the venerable Iron Hands Chapter, created in the 38th Millennium during an unknown Founding. They have gone on to played major roles in combating aggressive xenos species including the Barghesi, the Tyranids and the Tau. Nothing else is currently known about this Chapter in current Imperial records.
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Iron Snakes The Iron Snakes are a Second Founding Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin who may possibly be a Primogenitor Chapter of the Ultramarines, though they are not a Codex Astartes-compliant Chapter. The Iron Snakes take their name from the giant sea serpents called Water Wyrms that inhabit their homeworld of Ithaka's vast oceans. The Iron Snakes Chapter's primary task is to guard a cluster of Imperial solar systems known as the Reef Stars close to their homeworld of Ithaka, which are infrequently plagued by Orks, and more frequently by the Dark Eldar. The Iron Snakes were one of the many Space Marine Chapters who participated in the defense against the Forces of Chaos during the 13th Black Crusade.
Iron Talons Astartes
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Iron Talons The Iron Talons are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapters that was created from White Scars gene-stock during an unknown Founding. They were Founded as part of the Astartes Praeses -- one of the 20 Chapters of Astartes mentioned in the ancient tome known as the Mythos Angelica Mortis that was created to defend the regions surrounding the Eye of Terror in the Segmentum Obscurus from the Forces of Chaos.

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Justicars The Justicars were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. In 321.M37, they took part in the disastrous Abyssal Crusade and became corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror. They emerged centuries later back into realspace, having become the Chaos warband known as The Fractured.

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Knights Excelsior The Knights Excelsior were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. In 321.M37, they took part in the disastrous Abyssal Crusade into the Eye of Terror. During their sojourn into the Eye, the Knights Excelsior found themselves on the Hell-Forge of Temporia, home of vile Hereteks and the Warpsmith named Valadrak. While investigating the strange mechanically-constructed world composes of endless manufactoria and machine, they were attacked by strange, living Daemon Engines. Outgunned, the Knights Excelsior were forced to make a hasty tactical withdrawal, fighting their way back to their dropships. As the Chapter attempted to make good their escape, their orbiting warships were attacked by a strange archeotech device that rendered their technology impotent, leaving the Space Marines at the mercy of Temporia's Daemon Engines. When the Knights Excelsior were last seen, they had been refashioned into the Renegade Magma Hounds.
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Knights of Dorn The Knights of Dorn are a Codex Astartes-compliant Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding. They were created from the gene-seed of the Imperial Fists. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in current Imperial records
Knights Eternity Astartes
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Knights of Eternity The Knights of Eternity are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. In 990.M41, Hive Fleet Kraken attacked across a large front of Imperial space that covered many thousands of light years. Several Space Marine Chapters dedicated their forces to saving the worlds that other Imperial armies had abandoned. The Knights of Eternity were one of those Chapters, selling their lives dearly in the defence of the Imperium against the predations of the Great Devourer. They are presumed to have been completely obliterated.
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Knights of the Crimson Order The Knights of the Crimson Order are a Successor Chapter of the venerable Dark Angels Chapter. Almost nothing is known about the Knights of the Crimson Order in Imperial records save that they exist and that they too are numbered amongst the ranks of the Unforgiven.
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Knights of the Raven The Knights of the Raven is a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of an unknown Founding that is a Successor Chapter of the Raven Guard. Very few details of the Knights of the Raven Chapter are known, even within the ranks of the Adeptus Astartes, the Deathwatch, and the Ordos of the Imperial Inquisition. The Chapter's homeworld is the planet Coralax. In recent history, for unknown reasons, the Knights of the Raven "came to blows" with Astartes from the Aurora Marines Chapter; the resulting conflict was apparently ended by Marneus Calgar of the Ultramarines. In penance for shedding the blood of fellow Astartes, they are currently fighting a guerrilla war against the Tyranids of the remaining splinters of Hive Fleet Kraken.
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Knights Sanguine The Knights Sanguine are a Loyalist Space Marine Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during an unknown Founding. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. Created as they were from the Blood Angels' gene-seed, they too, carry the heirs of Sanguinius' genetic Flaws, the Red Thirst and the Black Rage. Like many of their contemporary Blood Angels Successor Chapters founded in later centuries, the Knights Sanguine were greatly affected by the Flaw and their numbers were increasingly consumed by the Black Rage.
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Knights Unyielding The Knights Unyielding is one of the Loyalist Space Marine Chapters Founded as part of the Astartes Praeses -- one of the 20 Chapters of Astartes mentioned in the ancient tome known as the Mythos Angelica Mortis that was created to defend the regions surrounding the Eye of Terror in the Segmentum Obscurus from the Forces of Chaos. The Knights Unyielding are of an unknown Founding and origin.

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Lamenters The Lamenters are an unfortunate Loyalist Space Marine Successor Chapter of the Blood Angels, created during the 21st Founding, known as the "Cursed Founding." It seems that the gene-seed Flaws known as the Black Rage and the Red Thirst through unknown means, but this secret cure may have been lost along with the Chapter at the hands of the Great Devourer. Perhaps more than any other Chapter of the present era the Lamenters seem to have been cursed by a dark shadow that has long determined their fate. The Lamenters' accursed and haunted legacy seems to have tainted much of what they have achieved and their victories often become bitter ashes in their hands. They found themselves on the wrong side during the Badab War and were thereafter devastated by the Tyranids.
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Lances of Pteros The Lances of Pteros were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter were corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the Imperial Abyssal Crusade. At some point during their sojourn in the Eye, the Lances of Pteros were corrupted by Nurgle, becoming the Lords of Decay, and latter absorbed into the Death Guard Traitor Legion. The Death Guard has grown substantially larger in this way by recruiting members from other Traitor Legions and Renegade Space Marine Chapters who are dedicated to Nurgle. The Lords of Decay appear to function as an elite force within the legion, known to even have been led for a time by the Daemon Primarch Mortarion himself.
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Lectors of Ixis The Lectors of Ixis were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter who were corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the Imperial [[Abyssal Crusade]. At some point during their sojourn in the Eye, the Lectors of Ixis were corrupted by Tzeentch, becoming the Oracles of Change. Led by the Chaos Sorcerer Amadeus Volkstein, who was once a Loyalist Librarian Epistolary known as Vanneus before being corrupted by the promise of knowledge and power offered by the Lord of Change. Some have suspected the Oracles of Change of being a splinter group from the Thousand Sons Traitor Legion, though this is largely seen as rumour.
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Legion of Night The Legion of Night are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. This Chapter hails from the world of Outrenacht. The only thing known with any certainty about these Astartes is that the Legion of Night's combat doctrine revolves around the use of Tactical Squads that utilise the Chapter's large pool of armoured transports. These are used to perform surgical strikes or seize strategic points with the aid of fast-moving Razorbacks or Rhinos. Like their fellow Chapters the Angels of Fury and the Raven Guard, the Legion of Night has forged their combat doctrine around such highly mobile insurgent tactics.
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Legion of the Damned The Legion of the Damned are the most famous of the Chapters of the 21st Founding, known as the "Cursed Founding," and were once known as the Fire Hawks Chapter. The Fire Hawks were listed as officially destroyed as a Chapter in Imperial records even though some of their members sometimes appear on Imperial battlefields as the Legion of the Dead when the situation for other Imperial forces is dire, and their intervention turns the tide of battle. Many claim to have seen these living spectres in battle, but no thanks can ever be given to them, for they leave as suddenly and as quickly as they appeared.
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Libators The Libators are a Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter who are a Second Founding Successor Chapter of the Ultramarines. Nothing else is currently known about this Chapter in current Imperial records.
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Lions Defiant The Lions Defiant are a Loyalist Codex Astartes-compliant Space Marine Chapter of unknown Founding and origin. Almost nothing is known about this Chapter in Imperial records. In 992.999.M41, a massive event known as the Night of a Thousand Rebellions occurred. Uprisings and discord struck countless planets across the Imperium. Unrest raced like wildfire, consuming many outlying planets, but also supposedly secure worlds like Enceladus, Darkhold, and Minisotira. Contact is lost with large swathes of the Segmentum Pacificus. Even the homeworld of the Lions Defiant Space Marine Chapter was lost to the anarchy caused by the coordinated activity of secret Chaos Cults and frenetic agitators
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Lions Sable The ill-fated Lions Sable Space Marine Chapter was the last of the Second Founding Successor Chapters of the Dark Angels. During the unspoken period of history known as the Forgotten Wars (580.M31-632.M32), the Lions Sable were completely annihilated during a disastrous campaign into the Eye of Terror whilst in pursuit of the notorious Fallen known as Cypher. Their subsequent fate and entire Chapter history was deliberately destroyed by the Dark Angels. Ironically, by the 33rd Millennium, when the great and holy document known as the Apocrypha of Davio was written in an attempt to list all of the known Second Founding Chapters, the name Lions Sable had already been lost.
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Lionguard The Lionguard were a formerly Loyalist Space Marine Chapter who were known to specialise in the use of sabotage and terror tactics against their foes. They were corrupted after entering the Eye of Terror in 321.M37 as part of the Imperial [[Abyssal Crusade]. At some point during their sojourn in the Eye, the Lionguard were corrupted by Chaos, and when they returned to realspace centuries later, they had become the Chaos warband known as the Death Shadows. In the late 41st Millennium, the Death Shadows withdrew to the Fortress World of Sybari after a disastrous campaign against the Ultramarines. Whilst in the planning stages of a retaliatory strike against their hated Loyalist foes, a tendril of Hive Fleet Behemoth invaded the Sybari System and consumed the planet. The Warband took a heavy toll on the aliens, but despite that, the Warband was annihilated within an a hour.
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Lords of Wrath The Lords of Wrath are a Loyalist Space Marine Chapter of unknown origin and Founding. Almost nothing about them is known in Imperial records. Their only notable campaign recorded in official records occurred in 995.M41, when Lieutenant Hesprix of the Lords of Wrath, led a tasforce of Astartes in the pursuit and capture of Decius Mus, the Arch-Heretic of Auscum, who had fled with his traitor forces to the Xenthorp System. With assistance from the 23rd Bruttiam Regiment of the Imperial Guard, who garrison this system, Hesprix's tasforce was able to capture Decius Mus.

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  • Black Tide (Novel) by James Swallow
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    • Deus Encarmine (Novel) by James Swallow
    • Deus Sanguinius (Novel) by James Swallow
    • Red Fury (Novel) by James Swallow
    • Black Tide (Novel) by James Swallow
  • Crimson Tears (Novel) by Ben Counter
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  • Dark Imperium (Anthology), "Apothecary's Honour," by Simon Jowett
  • Dark Hunters: Umbra Sumus (Novel) by Paul Kearney
  • Dark Vengeance (Novel) by C.Z. Dunn
  • Dawn of War (Novel) by C.S. Goto
  • Dawn of War: Ascension (Novel) by C.S. Goto
  • Dawn of War: Tempest (Novel) by C.S. Goto
  • Dawn of War II (Novel) by Chris Roberson
  • Death of Integrity (Novel) by Guy Haley
  • Deathwatch (Novel) C.S. Goto
  • Deathwing (Anthology) "Deathwing," by Bryan Ansell & William King
  • Descent of Angels (Novel) by Mitchel Scanlon
  • Eye of Terror (Novel) by Barrington J. Bayley
  • Fallen Angels (Novel) by Mike Lee
  • Fear to Tread (Horus Heresy Novel) by James Swallow
  • Helsreach (Novel) by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
  • Heroes of the Space Marines (Anthology), "The Skull Harvest" by Graham McNeill, "Renegades," by Gav Thorpe, "And They Shall Know No Fear," by Darren Cox, "One Hate," by Aaron Dembski-Bowden, "Headhunted," by Steve Parker, "One Hate," by Aaron Dembski-Bowden
  • Horus Rising (Horus Heresy Novel) by Dan Abnett
  • Legends of the Space Marines (Anthology), "The Trial of the Mantis Warriors" by C.S. Goto, "The Relic," by Jonathan Green, "The Last Detail," by Paul Kearney
  • Legion of the Damned (Novel) by Rob Sanders
  • Master of Sanctity (Novel) by Gav Thorpe
  • Ravenor: Rogue (Novel) by Dan Abnett
  • Red Fury (Novel) by James Swallow
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