Can we get some stories or art of inspiring paladins, knights, or anything else? Things in the vein of compassion, duty, and sacrifice?
that's filled with blatant lies
>as a servant of the powers i enjoy the delights the warp has to offer
80% of chaos servants life a shit life, and even those who don't risk losing everything in a second.
>a galaxy that despises them for no reason save that they had the audacity not to lay down and die
the Imperium is a genocidal, tyrannical empire that exterminated countless peaceful races just because they were xenos, and still does.
>black crusades pushed back by weak sacks of flesh
Guardsmen do their part, but it's the Spehss Muhreens that save the day, as always.
>to fight for his species and for the safety of the people he loves
More like he's obliged to waste his life fighting a war for the sake of the expansion of the Imperium, carrying on a retarded, inhuman dogma that's been imposed onto him
>He holds the line
Most Guardsmen fucking run when facing truly frightening opponents.
I might do, but that post makes the Imperium look like a paradise of peace and goodness and Guardsmen humble and incorruptible champions of justice and freedom, which is simply bullshit.
As pompous and inspiring as it may be, it's out of context for 40k.
There was once a Paladin by the name of Sterling!
He became angry with the Rogue in his group for keeping secrets from him.
She lied to keep her dignity and to protect an unusual ally to the group. She was also pregnant with the child of a friend the entire party knew since they were were children.
So Sterling threaten to throw her out into the wild with dinosaurs roaming about.
Oh I got a good one saved for a thread like this.