Thought of the Day: Only The Lost Understand True Terror

Thought of the Day: Only The Lost Understand True Terror

Thought of the Day: The foolish man puts his trust in luck, the wise man puts his trust in the Emperor.

Thought of the Day: The foolish man puts his trust in luck, the wise man puts his trust in the Emperor.

Thought of the Day: Though silver in your palms weighs light compared to death by blast and sword, do not shy the hopeless fight, for endeavour is its own reward.

Thought of the Day: Though silver in your palms weighs light compared to death by blast and sword, do not shy the hopeless fight, for endeavour is its own reward.

Thought of the Day: Contemplation is the womb of treachery

Thought of the Day: Contemplation is the womb of treachery

Thought of the Day: The guilt of heresy weighs heavy on the soul.

Thought of the Day: The guilt of heresy weighs heavy on the soul.

Thought of the Day: For every tear I have shed for my Primarch, his enemies have bled a single drop of blood. Yet still I can weep, and they can bleed…

Thought of the Day: For every tear I have shed for my Primarch, his enemies have bled a single drop of blood. Yet still I can weep, and they can bleed…

Thought of the Day: Better crippled in body than corrupt in mind.

Thought of the Day: Better crippled in body than corrupt in mind.

Thought of the Day: It is not in my mind to ask questions that cannot be answered. That is the soul standing upon the crossroad of vacillation. You search for wisdom, but achieve only a stasis of will.

Thought of the Day: It is not in my mind to ask questions that cannot be answered. That is the soul standing upon the crossroad of vacillation. You search for wisdom, but achieve only a stasis of will.

Thought of the Day: Inspiration grows from the barrel of a gun.

Thought of the Day: Inspiration grows from the barrel of a gun.

Thought of the Day: What fear of death have we who know there is immortality in the great and noble deeds of men?

Thought of the Day: What fear of death have we who know there is immortality in the great and noble deeds of men?