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'''Daggan''' is a [[Space Marine ]][[Venerable Dreadnought]] as well as the [[Chapter Master]] of the [[Blood Swords]] [[Chapter]] of [[Astartes]]. Unlike most Dreadnoughts, Daggan still retains a good memory of what he was before his internment within his cybernetic coffin and served the Chapter loyally as its leader. Daggan was noble, honourable and kept a cool temperament as shown in his participation in the [[Blood Angels|Blood Angels']] conclave on [[Baal]]. He stopped [[Mephiston]] and [[Gabriel Seth]] ([[Chapter Master]] of the [[Flesh Tearers]]) from a confrontation by swiftly blocking the Blood Angel Librarian's path with his massive Dreadnought body. Daggan died during the Defence of Baal when he was ripped apart and drained of blood by a Blood Angels [[mutant]] during the Last Stand near the grave of [[Sanguinius]] in 999.M41. Daggan was the first and only Space Marine already entombed in a Dreadnought to have served as the leader of his Chapter as identified in current Imperial records.
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'''Daggan''' was a [[Space Marine ]][[Venerable Dreadnought]] as well as the [[Chapter Master]] of the [[Blood Swords]] [[Chapter]] of [[Astartes]]. Unlike most Dreadnoughts, Daggan still retained a good memory of what he was before his internment within his cybernetic coffin and served the Chapter loyally as its leader. Daggan was noble, honourable and kept a cool temperament as shown in his participation in the [[Blood Angels|Blood Angels']] conclave on [[Baal]]. He stopped [[Mephiston]] and [[Gabriel Seth]] ([[Chapter Master]] of the [[Flesh Tearers]]) from a confrontation by swiftly blocking the Blood Angel Librarian's path with his massive Dreadnought body. Daggan died during the Defence of Baal when he was ripped apart and drained of blood by a Blood Angels [[mutant]] during the Last Stand near the grave of [[Sanguinius]] in 999.M41. Daggan was the first and only Space Marine already entombed in a Dreadnought to have served as the leader of his Chapter as identified in current Imperial records.
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*''Red Fury'' (Novel) by James Swallow, pp. 85, 121, 244
 
*''Red Fury'' (Novel) by James Swallow, pp. 85, 121, 244

Revision as of 16:12, March 17, 2014

Daggan was a Space Marine Venerable Dreadnought as well as the Chapter Master of the Blood Swords Chapter of Astartes. Unlike most Dreadnoughts, Daggan still retained a good memory of what he was before his internment within his cybernetic coffin and served the Chapter loyally as its leader. Daggan was noble, honourable and kept a cool temperament as shown in his participation in the Blood Angels' conclave on Baal. He stopped Mephiston and Gabriel Seth (Chapter Master of the Flesh Tearers) from a confrontation by swiftly blocking the Blood Angel Librarian's path with his massive Dreadnought body. Daggan died during the Defence of Baal when he was ripped apart and drained of blood by a Blood Angels mutant during the Last Stand near the grave of Sanguinius in 999.M41. Daggan was the first and only Space Marine already entombed in a Dreadnought to have served as the leader of his Chapter as identified in current Imperial records.

Sources

  • Red Fury (Novel) by James Swallow, pp. 85, 121, 244
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