WH42.5K Short Story: The Fall of Condora City Pt.4
Inanis headbutted the Night Lord in the face. Both their helmets cracked upon impact, Inanis’ was worse since he already headbutted three other Night Lords in quick succession.
The meltagun in his hand lit off, burning a hole through the backpedaling traitor his fist could go through cleanly.
Something slammed against his back, sending Inanis forward and headbutting the corridor’s wall. Pushing back against the wall, he turned around only to be slammed back into the wall. A Night Lord was piggybacking Rutus, trying to shove his lightning claws into the huge Marine’s neck. Rutus was trying to crush the Night
WH42.5K Short Story: The Fall of Condora City Pt.3
Aquila Gate was the smallest gate in Condora City and the narrowest part of the valley. This Gate was merely a rectangular building that was held up by the valley walls. Despite serving as a Arbites and PDF base, it was barely considered a fort like Eagle Gate. The only similarity the two Gates had was an emblazoned bird on their southern and northern sides, in this case it was the two-headed Imperial Aquila. Plans to defend Aquila Gate was nonexistent. The only plan was to hold the tyranids long enough for the Imperials to continue retreating north to Condor Gate, the northern entrance to the valley and last bastion between them and the
WH42.5K Short Story: The Fall of Condora City Pt.2
Inanis woke up to danger. He braced his legs and held up a breacher shield as a Son of Horus slammed into its golden yellow surface. The raging lunatic was trying to saw at the shield with a chainaxe and chainsword in both hands.
Inanis ended it by shooting the traitor in the head with a burst from his combi-bolter.
Imperial Fists slammed together beside him, keeping the shieldwall in place as Caldera City crumbled around them. Inanis saw little point to this as Beta-Garmon III had virtually fallen but he didn’t mind making the traitors bleed for it just a little longer.
Inanis swore as the walls of the redoubt c