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House Rajha is a Renegade Knight House that repudiated its oath of loyalty to the Imperium of Man during the beginning of the Horus Heresy. There is little information on this formerly loyal knightly house in official Imperial records or from what world they originally hailed.

During the outbreak of the Horus Heresy, the ghost-grey Knights of House Rajha answered the call of the mad Archmagos Inar Satarael, and willfully took part in the First Battle of Paramar and the Battle of Beta-Garmon.

House History[]

Notable Campaigns[]

House Rajha

House Rajha Questoris Knights.

  • Invasion of Paramar V (673.006.M31) - Fanatically loyal to the Legio Fureans, House Rajha heeded the summons of Archmagos Inar Satarael alongside their Legion when the Traitors invaded Paramar V.
  • Battle of Beta-Garmon, "The Titandeath" (006-013.M31) - House Rajha took part in the long and savage Beta-Garmon campaign, which included hundreds of war zones across dozens of worlds. During this conflict, House Rajha provided Knight support to the Legio Fureans. Even before the greater armies of the Warmaster Horus reached the star cluster, the battle lines had long since been drawn, and fighting had been going on for many Terran years. It was a cauldron of battle that would consume millions of lives before its end and see the demise of entire Titan Legions, earning this campaign the dire moniker of the "Titandeath." The Beta-Garmon Cluster, also known as the gateway to the throneworld of Terra, was the last hurdle that the Warmaster Horus' forces had to overcome before they reached the Imperium's capital world. Heavily fortified by the Loyalists, Beta-Garmon would become one of the greatest and bloodiest battles of the Horus Heresy, as well as one of the longest-lasting.

Notable Knights[]

None listed in current Imperial records.

Notable Personnel[]

None listed in current Imperial records.

House Appearance[]

House Colours[]

The colours of House Rajha were originally ghost-grey. Later in the Horus Heresy, Scions of the House repainted the armour of their Knights in orange and black.

House Arms[]

The arms of House Rajha are not listed in current Imperial records


  • The Horus Heresy - Book Three: Extermination by Alan Bligh, pp. 28, 30
  • Adeptus Titanicus - The Horus Heresy: Titandeath (Specialty Game), pg. 95
  • White Dwarf (August 2018), "Parade Ground - The God-Machines March", pg. 106