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Dark Heresy Adventure Shattered Hope

Dark Heresy Adventure Shattered Hope

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Dark Heresy Adventure
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Published by: Brian Rae on Jan 11, 2013
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Writing Rob SchwalbFront Cover Adrian SmithInternal Illustration John Blanche, David Gallagher, Mark Gibbons,Karl Kopinskii, Stean Kopinski and Adrian SmithDesign & Layout Mark RaynorThanks toDave Allen, Owen Barnes, Kate Flack, Marc Gascoigne, Mal Green,Nick Kyme, Mike Mason, Karen Miksza, Lindsey Priestley & Zoe Wedderburn
All rights reserved. No part o this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any orm or by any means,electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior permission o the copyright owners.This PDF is ree or download. Please do not host it on your own site, nor link directly to this site, but direct people to www.blackindustries.com sothat they can download it or themselves. BL Publishing cannot accept any liability or any damage caused by the use or mis-use o this le.Any download is strictly at the risk o the user.Copyright © Games Workshop Ltd 2007. All rights reserved.Games Workshop, Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, Dark Heresy, the Dark Heresy logo, Black Industries, the Black Industries logo, BL Publishing,the BL Publishing logo and all associated races and race insignia, marks, names, characters, illustrations and images rom the Warhammer 40,000universe are either ©, ™ and/or © Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2007, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world.
Shattered Hope
“Fear not death; the God-Emperor watches you”.
n February 2008, the
roleplaying game will be bornin a hail o bolter re and the cleansing pyres o the unclean. Forthe rst time, the worlds o the tumultuous 41st Millennium willbe made available or pen and paper roleplaying, where you cantake up your orce sword, strap on your bolter, and root out heretics,burn mutants with the liquid death o your famer, and battle xenosas they seek to contaminate the worlds o mankind with their oulviews and ouler natures. With so much in need o killing in thisdark and grim uture, there’s no reason to wait, and with this specialpreview, you have a taste o the darkness arrayed against you and achance to do your part to keep the sprawling Imperium sae againstits many and varied enemies. So take up your laspistol, make readyyour chainsword, and say a quick prayer to the God-Emperor, or inthe 41st Millennium, there is only war….
A Black Industries publicationAn imprint o BL PublishingGames Workshop LtdWillow RoadNottinghamNG7 2WS, UK
or more than a hundred centuriesthe Emperor has sat immobileon the Golden Throne of Earth. Heis the master of mankind by thewill of the gods, and master of amillion worlds by the might of hisinexhaustible armies. He is a rottingcarcass writhing invisibly with powerfrom the Dark Age of Technology.He is the Carrion Lord of theImperium for whom a thousand soulsare sacriced every day, so that hemay never truly die.
his deathless state, theEmperor continues his eternal vigilance.Mighty battleeets cross the daemon-infested miasma of the warp, the onlyroute between distant stars, their waylit by the Astronomican, the psychicmanifestation of the Emperor's will.Vast armies give battle in his name onuncounted worlds. Greatest amongsthis soldiers are the Adeptus Astartes,the Space Marines, bio-engineeredsuper-warriors. Their comrades in armsare legion: the Imperial Guard andcountless planetary defence forces, theever-vigilant Inquisition and the tech-priests of the Adeptus Mechanicus toname only a few. But for all theirmultitudes, they are barely enough tohold off the ever-present threat fromaliens, heretics, mutants - and worse.
man in such times is to beone amongst untold billions
It is tolive in the cruellest and most bloodyregime imaginable
These are the talesof those times
Forget the power oftechnology and science
for so muchhas been forgotten
never to be re-learned
Forget the promise of progressand understanding
for in the grimdark future there is only war
Thereis no peace amongst the stars
only aneternity of carnage and slaughter
andthe laughter of thirsting gods
it iS tHe

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