My question is: where do they come from? Mortally wounded guards? Draftees? Death row inmates? Dead tech priests? All of the above? Any ideas?

It should be noted that Servitors are found in all parts of the Imperium in all manner of uses. The article currently only describes them as units in a Space Marine army, attached to a Tech-Marine. This is not so and the article should be changed to reflect this. --Archetype 01:07, September 4, 2009 (UTC)

Grey knights/servoskull picture

Should the picture really be in two places at once? It seems a bit superfluous to me. -Wolf of Thor 18:16, August 29, 2011 (UTC)

Yes, it should. A Servo-skull is a type of Servitor. Remember, on a Wiki, a user may not always go to both pages using that picture. Picture redundancy is not a problem and many pictures are reused on multiple pages. Montonius 21:43, August 29, 2011 (UTC)

Montonius, check the page again. The pic in question is at both top and bottom of the page, and furthermore, the part about Servoskulls are just a copy of the servoskull page, or the other way around. The problem here is that the picture is used twice in the same page, and that one of those places should be removed and replaced with a link to the Servoskull page. I don't mind removing the copied part and replacing it with a link and a short explanation, but now that we've begun discussing it I feel I might as well wait for permission. --Wolf of Thor 22:34, August 29, 2011 (UTC)

Oops, how embarrassing. My bad. I have no idea why that was repeated twice on the same page. Good catch, my apologies. Montonius 06:01, August 30, 2011 (UTC)

Apology accepted :). Now, what do you propose we do about the servoskull page? Remove the copy in the servitor page and replace it with a link, or keep it and remove the Servoskull page? --Wolf of Thor 16:59, August 30, 2011 (UTC)

Neither. The Servo-skull page is fine. I edited it last night and I'm happy with it. Montonius 20:21, August 30, 2011 (UTC)

Janus Simulacra

Given how this is literally the only mention of this thing on the entire internet, I would be much obliged if someone gave a source on this. The Lexicanum turns up a blank on it. - MA4585159 (talk)

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