Road to Badab Executioners


Like all best-laid plans my Road to Badab project floundered. If you missed the first video follow this Astral Claws links, otherwise let's move onto the next video Executioners.

Executioners


"You may cleave to your courage but that will fail you, look to your weapons but you will find them not enough. Run, fight, hide, pray, cry out or cower -- it does not matter, for we are come."

— Fafnir Rann, Patriarch and first High Executioner of the Executioners Chapter


Warcry: Unknown

Founding: 3rd Founding

Successor: Imperial Fists

Successor Chapters: Iron Champions, Crimson Axes, Skull Bearers.

Primarch: Rogal Dorn

Chapter Master: Arkash Hakkon

Homeworld: Stygia-Aquilon (Binary World) former homeworld, Fleet-Based Chapter (Currently).

Fortress-Monastery: Darkenvault (Asteroid Base) former base.

Colours: Metallic, blue-tinted gunmetal, occasional use of brass to denote veteran status.


The Executioners is a 3rd Founding Successor Chapter of the Imperial Fists created according to Imperial records in the first year of the 32nd Millennium. The Executioners were one of four formerly Loyalist 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.


The Chapter, through a debt of honour found themselves on the wrong side of the conflict (I disagree Huron was right at first), but as the war drew on the Executioners realised the Astral Claws were falling from grace and had crossed a line. They changed sides and ultimately repented. They forfitted their terrority to the salamanders and went on a penance crusade set by the High Lords of Terra.


What a fantastic Chapter. I was so impressed with the lore and the paint scheme I picked, that I decided to paint all my Imperium Magazine figures in it. I hope you enjoyed this and will head over to my YouTube channel and follow me there.




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