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Dramatis Personae[ edit ] Starting off with a few characters, the series has evolved to encompass a fuckton of major and minor characters, with their own small arcs and all. It's not quite OotS level, but it's getting there. Team Emperor[ edit ] Emperor of Mankind: The Emprah, who's now able to verbally communicate with people after Techpriests installed a text-to-speech device on his throne.
You know how Roboute Guilliman is a 'jerk with a heart of gold'? Is currently planning to rebuild the Imperium after hearing the clusterfuck of stories from his Captain-General caretaker.
He also has a pet Centurion who turns out to be rather important on a primarch scalewhich he finds adorable, while finding Dreadknights abominable. He is a jerk, frequently insulting the Captain General with little reason other than he can and because it's funnyand dialogue with Magnus implies he's always been a prick.
Nonetheless he is ultimately a sympathetic character who wanted to create a better future for humanity and the comedic outrage he displays at all the bad news he gets is justified given how he frequently hears about costly victories that could have been avoided if the men in charge were less incompetent and how the Imperium has been destroying itself usually because of the Inquisition.
The Emperor has a new plan for defeating Chaos after the "starve them out by getting rid of religion" plan didn't work, but like before, he refuses to tell anyone what that plan is although this time around, it's apparently not because he doesn't trust anyone, but because he doesn't want to spoil the surprise.
Though it's probably sending the Ultramarines to destroy Chaos. As of certain revelations post-Gathering Storm, he's definitely a lot nicer than canon Emprah.
Such as getting incredibly furious when he hears that the Inquisition has been murdering his people and such. This Emperor seems to honestly care about each individual human, but accepts that his decisions cannot be based on that compassion.
Spoiler alert on this one, but Emps on Terra isn't the only part of Emps still sticking around. If the foreshadowing is anything to go by, he seems to be the largest non-Throne fragment of the Emperor's soul that contains his compassion and love for mankind.
Saved the remainder of the Inquisition and Leman Russ from Skarbrand and is currently hijacking Fyodor's body in order to get back to the Material realm. Custodes Captain-General aka Kitten: Captain-General of the Adeptus Custodes and the only Custode who appears to have retained his sanity after the near-death of the Emperor, and for that matter one of the few sane humans in the Imperium.
He serves as both the Emperor's personal caretaker and assistant, and pretty much the only person he regularly talks to and his main link to the outside world. Generally the only person the Emperor trusts and treats like a son, albeit constantly berating him whenever he does something stupid, or because he just feels like it.
He also seriously hates Tau. He is named Little Kitten by his fellow Custodes, for "purring his way so far into their ranks", but his real name is a long seemingly nonsensical word salad supposedly based on his accomplishments But given how he's been stuck in the palace for the last ten thousand years said accomplishments include things like "Goldilocks-Sunshine-Graham-Corncob".
His frequent emotional outbursts despite the supposed emotionless state of the Custodes is intentional, and played for humor.
After being forced out of the position of caretaker by his fellow Custodes, Kitten fell into a depression, to which Magnus ominously is taking advantage of by making Kitten his ally in making the Imperium great again and totally not get back at the old man.
So far all he has done was kill a bunch of Lacrymoles that were impersonating the High Lords of Terra. It has been revealed that his uncanny knowledge of the outside world considering the hate of knowledge in the Imperium in general could come from the Black Library itself.
He has recently been turned silver by Tzeentch while playing a children's card game Again and winning over Magnus the Reds soul. In episode 25, the duo arrived on Nocturne and went to 'borrow' the Engine of Woes.
At this point, Magnus accidentally kills Vulkan with the engine, which releases Corvus Corax, who was in there the whole time. The Salamanders and Corvus quickly became hostile to Magnus, however, so he teleported himself and Kitten away. Is most likely not Constantin Valdor or Trajann Valoris, given the latter didn't exist when the series was first made and the former had been agreed to be dead in the canon.
The entire point of the running gag regarding his name is likely to distance himself from any of the canon Captain-Generals. The closest thing to a sane person besides the Captain-General who plays the straight man depending on the situation.
Retrieved from wherever within the Warp by the sheer plot-armor-powered efforts of Cato Sicarius and then brought to the Golden Throne, followed by the Emperor bullying Tzeentch in order to steal back Magnus' soul. Touched, he somehow managed to forgive the Emperor sort of and decided to help the Emps with his plan to fix the Imperium, but Emps being a jerk to him is starting to test his patience.
The shiny new bike he was given helped with their reconciliation, though just how well his apparent heel-face turn has actually stuck is up for debate at best.The Emperor of Ice Cream study guide contains a biography of Robert Louis Stevenson, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a .
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