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Heresy is like a tree, its roots lie in the darkness whilst its leaves wave in the sun and to those who suspect nought it has an attractive and pleasing appearance. Truly, you can prune away its branches, or even cut the tree to the ground, but it will grow up again ever the stronger and ever more comely. Angron, sometimes called the Red Angel, is the Primarch of the World Eaters. He was the most bloody-handed and savage of the Primarchs. Kept within the deepest dungeon of the Library Sanctus on Terra is a tome known as the Liber Malum, whose bloodstained pages record the fate of those who have trod the path to damnation.
To even mention its name is to risk madness. A very great deal about the life story of the Daemon Primarch Angron remains unknown to the wider Imperial record. After Angron came to be separated from the Emperor and Terra by the mysterious machinations of the Ruinous Powers he was deposited through the Warp on the world of Nuceria. What is known is that Angron was discovered by a slaver who chanced upon the battered and bleeding figure of the young Primarch surrounded by scores of alien corpses, high in the northern Desh’elika Mountains. History does not record what species these aliens belonged to, but many Imperial scholars believe them to have been Eldar who attempted to kill the Primarch, due to some psychic foreknowledge of the plague upon the galaxy he would one day become. After only a few months, Angron Thal’kyr had become a proud warrior of fearsome skill and an even stronger sense of honour, known to the crowds as “the Lord of the Red Sands. He killed hundreds of other gladiators, but those who fought well he always spared.
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Although Angron seemed to enjoy the life of a gladiator and the adulation of the Desh’ean crowds, he secretly resented his slavery, and was always plotting to escape. For these new games, Angron was allowed to stage a vast combat that would involve every gladiator of his arena. As the Desh’ean crowd drowned out the sounds of battle, Angron’s gladiators turned on their armed guards, butchering them and fighting their way to freedom. On a mountain named Fedan Mhor, on a bleak spit of land known as Desh’elika Ridge, Angron and his forces were finally surrounded by no less than five large Nucerian armies. Not even the Primarch could stand against such sheer numbers, yet it was at this time that the Emperor of Mankind came to this world, drawn by the psychic emanations of his gene-son the Primarch. Appraising the situation, the Emperor saw that for all of Angron’s might as a Primarch and a leader, he would die in the coming battle.
Losing one of His irreplaceable sons to the assault of rabble on a backwater planet soon to be brought into Imperial Compliance was simply unacceptable. Bringing His flagship into low orbit over the world, the Emperor teleported Angron away from the mountain of Fedan Mhor and the Battle of Desh’elika Ridge. The exact records of the Emperor’s intervention and Angron’s acceptance of his new situation is a matter of shadowed rumour and conjecture, but what can be said with certainty is that Angron’s first reaction to his new situation was rage. It was said with certainty that for some time any War Hound who came before him was met with a grisly death for their efforts. Angron swiftly took charge of the XIIth Legion. The Primarch renamed the War Hounds the World Eaters after he assumed command.