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Almost Alloy sstnt40k years after the Abyssal Crusade began, the remnants of some of The Judged Chapters returned from the Warp in M38, having purged more than worlds within the Eye of Terror. They could barely contain their fury when they were detained by agents of the Inquisition and tested for the taint of Chaos. As they passed every test, a horrible truth came to light.
Saint Basillius still lived, and the testimony of Konvak Lann, Chapter Master of the Vorpal Swords Chapterrevealed him as a false idol, guilty of sending innocents into the jaws of damnation in the service of the Dark Gods. The Vorpal Swords led the other survivors, blazing with righteous anger, to penetrate the defences of Basillius' palace. They found the unaccountably ancient saint Alloy sstnt40k finally revealed Basillius' true Alloy sstnt40k as an apostle of Chaos.
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In less than a year, every known sepulchre and shrine dedicated to the false saint was destroyed. After his Alloy sstnt40k by the Inquisition, an Edict of Obliteration was carried out. The Heretic Saint's bones, along with countless relics, books of doctrine and thousands of living worshippers were Alloy sstnt40k on a derelict bulk-freighter and launched directly into a nearby star, purging all taint of Basillius as if he had never existed.
Brannicus the Thrice-Maimed Unknown A revered saint within the Calixis Sector, it is said that Saint Brannicus once beat three hundred sinners to death with his severed leg which remained miraculously intact. His remaining femur, known as the Righteous Femur of Saint Brannicus, is a revered Alloy sstnt40k artefact kept within the confines of the Ecclesiarchy Cathedral of Illumination on the Shrine World of Sacristy. Capilene A revered Imperial Alloy sstnt40k of the Ecclesiarchy.
Casophili M41 Saint Casophili was a Missionary with the Missionarus Galaxia in the early 41st Millennium, spreading the teachings of the Ecclesiarchy to worlds in the southern Segmentum Pacificus. It was on the world of Alena III that he discovered minions of the Dark Gods at the heart of several of the feral societies on the world. With few resources to hand, Saint Casophili did what he could to counter this endemic threat and laid the foundations for a full Ecclesiarchy task force to continue his work. However, as he moved from settlement to settlement preaching the word of the God-Emperor, his foes began to take notice. Unable to bear such a threat to their power, the council of priests that ruled the world moved against him and had him captured Alloy sstnt40k tortured, to Alloy sstnt40k his errant beliefs.
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The chronicles of Casophili tell of his arduous ordeal at the hands of the twisted priests, to the point at Alloy sstnt40k he died from his wounds. Here the tale of Saint Casophili may have ended, unknown and unrecorded, another pious missionary whose life had ended in the pursuit of his calling.
Though Casophili died at the hands of his tormentors, Alloy sstnt40k remarkable happened. Five solar days after his death, the body of the missionary Alloy sstnt40k to be burned upon a sacrificial pyre to the Dark Gods. As the flames took hold of the tarred wood, Casophili roused himself and jumped from the fires.
Miraculously brought back from the dead, Casophili confronted his Alloy sstnt40k and the gathered crowd. The story of Saint Casophili's return spread quickly and he led the people of Alena III against the dark ruling Alloy sstnt40k. Castor the Obviate Unknown The remover of obstacles and patron of truth.
Legend has it that this Missionary endured all manner of undignified public punishments upon the Feudal World of Maccabeus Quintusincluding five attempts to cut off his head. Each one failed until he pointed out an error with the guillotine's mechanism. According to the legend of his beatification, the people of Maccabeus Quintus were Alloy sstnt40k impressed by his pious devotion that they rose up in support of the Imperial Alloy sstnt40k, casting down their government to much rejoicing. She was believed slain during a campaign against the Renegade Warmaster of Forrax, but has returned at various times since to rescue Imperial forces in danger of being destroyed by the enemies of the God-Emperor. Cognatius Unknown A revered saint worshipped in the Koronus ExpanseSaint Cognatius was a warrior-scholar who explored the boundaries of the Imperium and conquered countless worlds in the Emperor's name.
In almost every Alloy sstnt40k, a Living Saint has been resurrected from the dead, sometimes multiple times. The belief among the faithful of the Imperial Creed is that these individuals are blessed by the Emperor Himself, and are resurrected by His will and grace to defend His servants. Most of the known Living Saints have been members of the Adepta Sororitasparticularly its Orders Militantbut several have also emerged from the ranks of the Astra Militarum. In truth, it is clear that Living Saints draw their powers from the Warp much like the servants of Chaosbut are not necessarily psykers during their initial lifetimes.
Instead, a Living Saint's faith in the God-Emperor is so great that it allows him or her to unconsciously draw upon the Warp to fuel supernatural abilities, including the ability to resurrect from death. Large or small, saints form the human face of the Adeptus Ministorum, giving worshippers something to relate to and aspire toward. Saints are also often Missing: Alloy. A Living Saint is an extraordinarily devout servant of the Emperor of Mankind, usually a warrior of the Ecclesiarchy, who displays seemingly miraculous abilities Missing: Alloy.