Since the Imperium came into being, the Space Wolves have fought tooth and nail for the cause of the Emperor.
Amongst the most famous of the Chapters of the Adeptus Astartes, their sagas are told from one end of the galaxy to the other.
The problem is that there is little or no third party references to him and his work, so that we have little mandate to add this information to the article.
Until a third-party reference to his opinions on biological immortality is made, we can’t include it here.
It is often remarked that groups are everywhere, whether in our social lives, our work lives, or even our families.
In each of these situations, sets of individuals decide to work collectively to achieve particular goals.
A short, uncontroversial explanation of Neo-Tech should be acceptable. I certainly don’t know anything of the philosophy, and so I cannot contribute anything myself; so there’s your explanation.
—Cast (talk) , 30 January 2011 (UTC)Well, the problem isn’t that those who know of Wallace are unaware of this.
It is currently unknown if there are any other Successor Chapters of the Space Wolves in the Imperium.
"The Sons of Fenris they are, hardened in the forge of their harsh world, eager for battle and honour.
They are the grey warriors, ashen like the wolf, whose greatest joy is to hear the clamour of steel amidst the din of war.""For Russ and the Allfather!
The passing of the Irish referendum on same-sex marriage has triggered a round of Australian advocates announcing that it is now "our turn".
We lag behind the UK, many European countries, some states in the US, and (perish the thought!