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    iceeagle85
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    Look over at the Warhammer Community website:

    Primaris Lieutenant: The Movie, finally!! 😉

    #1630076

    pagan8th
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    You do realise what todays date is? And the date the movie comes out?

    #1630188

    iceeagle85
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    I thought the finally with two exclamation marks and the smiley were a dead giveaway that i was joking, but yes I know today’s date.

    I just posted it here because I thought someone else might find it funny.

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    #1630199

    onlyonepinman
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    It’s obviously an April Fools. If it were serious it would be Sly Marbo, we all know he’s 40k’s biggest hero

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    kronosthetraveler
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    While this was a very well-done joke, if there were to be a movie made about 40K’s greatest hero, it would need to be about Marbo, Yarrick, Cain, or Gaunt! Or even Ventris at a stretch, if you wanted to keep the Space Marine motif but wanted a protagonist who was actually GOOD.

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    sundancer
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    @kronosthetraveler  you heretic! The greatest hero is very obviously Eisenhorn! (Also the books are awesome)

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    pagan8th
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    What I find amusing is that I don’t know the names of any of the characters you have mentioned. Never read 40k fiction and no plan to.

    #1633568

    sundancer
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    The “Gaunts Ghosts” and “Inquisitor” books are really good though.

    #1633673

    pagan8th
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    In my experience, most fiction based on games is much like fan fiction… not very good.

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