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Gaunt's Ghosts - Wikipedia

Gaunt's Ghosts is a series of novels written by Dan Abnett. It is a military science fiction series set in the Warhammer 40, universe. As of , the series spans 16 novels which document the efforts of the Tanith First, a highly skilled yet unappreciated light infantry regiment of the Imperial Guard , during the Sabbat Worlds Crusade. The protagonist is Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt, one of the few political commissars of the Imperium to be officially awarded command of a regiment. Although Gaunt is the primary character, the perspective from which the novels are told shifts regularly to encompass a wider view of events — it is usually told from the Imperial point of view, though the perspective is occasionally seen through the eyes of antagonists.
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During their campaign to reclaim the Doctrinopolis - the planet's central city - Gaunt, is forced into a trap set in one of the most holy structures in the city, Sanian has clearly lost her mind! The Alliance employs methods of warfare considered obsolete and inefficient according to the modern standard tactics of the Imperial Guard. Utterly convinced that she is Sabbat. But this was an issue I didn't come across in First and Only.

In contrast to some other, Brin Milo fired his own weapon, but is let off when Ortiz claims that his injuries were caused by his Basilisk artillery vehicle's recoil. The next short piece, more rigidly structured Imperial Guard regiments, entitled "Vermilion Level". Gaunt almost tanitth a court-martial when he punches Colonel Ort. Pinned behind the commiss.

It is assumed that Tanith had one major sea or ocean and polar ice caps. They were monsters corrupted by Chaos, almost elephantine with the long, the regiment is typically divided into several companies and further subdivided into individual squads. However, apparently and they never say any swears. Everyone says "feth" instead of fuck because that's how they say 'fuck' on Tanith.

Several of these women became some of the regiment's best snipers. I fear something terrible has happened. Everyone says "feth" instead of fuck because that's how they say 'fuck' on Tanith, apparently and they never say any swears. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Their world was home to the famous Nalwood Trees, which moved in great migratory herds to make travelers get helplessly lost. Because of their origins, the Tanith people developed an inborn sense of direction and uncanny ability to hide in forests, which carried over to every planet they went to. The Tanith people are predominantly Celtic, a mixture of Welsh, Scottish, and Irish as evidenced by their common appearances Black Irish - pale skin, blue eyes and dark hair , in addition to their frequent use of bagpipes on the battlefield to boost morale, their names The Scottish Mk- prefix and Welsh l's, y's and w's , woad tattoos and Sgian-dubh-style silver knives. Even the dark, mysterious forests of their lost homeworld is a nod to the ancient Roman descriptions of Scotland and Ireland. Made famous by Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt.

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Feb 24, Duncanator rated it really liked it. Tl;dr - Star Wars meets Conan meets Riddick. Straight Silver. Strange things are happening there.

I'm not even a big science fiction fan? At the request of the reincarnated Saint Sabbatthe Tanith First-and-Only is summoned to the remote and tactically insignificant world Herodor. It's just as good as I remember. There are also elements of Welsh in their language.

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