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The Ironwolves muttered and made gestures to ward off evil as the voices on the vox spoke of a terrible plague, swarms of biting insects and an unnatural sickness that had swept up from the underhive when the Warp storm came. The light of the sun had gone bad they said, turning a jaundiced yellow and causing rust and rot to spread wherever it touched. Foul omens and portents abounded, and before the spires had shut their gates to the levels below they had received word of otherworldly beings attacking the populace en masse.

This catastrophe had reduced the surface to a hellish realm of flame pits and smouldering chemical rivers. Never ones to waste serviceable planets, the Administratum had simply reclassified Mydgal Alpha as a hive world and used the reclaimed factorum and refinery materials to build a single immense super-hive on the worlds last viable landmass.

This was Irkalla, and its creation had largely been a success. Now, however, the hive faced dangers like none it had encounteredbefore.

Egil Iron Wolf wasted no time. Iron Priest Helhammer reported that the augur-trace was emanating from down in the very bowels of Irkalla, and if the city was overrun by sickness there was little the Space Wolves could do to help.

Perhaps the Inquisition would come to aid these people though the Space Wolves mistrusted the Inquisitions particular brand of help but regretfully the Ironwolves and Wulfen must be long gone by then.

Ordering his followers to ignore the frantic cries of Irkallas damned populace, Lord Iron Wolf had his three strike forces descend into the pall of smoke below. Updated schematics showed that the hives metal skin was ruptured and ruined at its lowest levels, mingling freely with the polluted wastelands without. It was here that the Ironwolves would gain swift access to the city. So towering and vast was Irkalla that it took some time for the Fenrisian craft to descend to its base through the billowing smoke.

Engines laboured as ash clogged intakes and turbines, while pilots were forced to fly by their instruments as visibility dropped to zero. Through the view ports of the gunships, the Space Wolves watched in silence as a ruddy hue suffused the billowing clouds, becoming more intense as they rumbled in towards their final landing points.

Collision hymnals sang out and the pilots wrestled with their controls as towering, skeletal ruins loomed up out of the murk. Several gunships clipped some outflung spar of masonry or fire-blackened bridge. Fortunately, Adeptus Astartes craft were built to withstand incredible punishment, and no serious damage was sustained. Finally, with a series of jarring thumps, the Ironwolves put down in their landing zones. Emerging from their gunships, the warriors of the Iron Hunt scowled into the firelit gloom, taking in their grim surroundings while the strike forces tanks detached from their Thunderhawk Landers.

The hive had once sprawled out across this area, but constant subsidence and the hungry attentions of the flames had caused the architecture to crumple and collapse. Chasms yawned amid the tangled bones of ancient walkways, flames billowing up from their depths. Bubbling lakes of tar-like pollutants flickered with weird-hued fires, belching fumes that would have killed an unaugmented human in moments. It was an environment as hostile as any Egil Iron Wolf had seen, yet the augur trace was coming in loud and clear now, from just a few kilometres to the west.

Weapons at the ready, the Ironwolves advanced through the rust-rent skin of Irkalla and into its hellish underhive. Egils two flanking forces, the Cogclaws and the Steelpelt Destroyers, were the first to vox of enemy contact. Gunfire echoed distantly through the murk, mingling with the background roar of flames and the shuddering of the ground beneath the Ironwolves treads.

No sooner had these signs of battle reached them, than the Iron Hunt found trouble of their own. The first Daemons shambled from amid the smoke in ones and twos, cyclopean eyes red-rimmed from the fumes and rancid flesh shrivelled by the heat.

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The Blackwolves cracked off bolter shots at these stumbling targets, felling them with precision fire. However, as the Ironwolves advanced, the terrain became denser and the packs of Daemons more numerous.

The Vindicator Wrath of Morkai smashed through a crumbling wall to find itself surrounded by hissing, red-skinned Bloodletters. Only by reversing hard and firing point-blank to obliterate the infernal creatures did the tank avoid being carved into scrap metal. The Ironfist rumbled through a shambling mass of Plaguebearers with its hurricane bolters blazing, only to become mired in sucking, tar-like ooze. The loathsome Daemons closed in around the tank, their weight forcing it further down into the swamp.

The Stormfang Gunship Iron Spear screamed in low, its daring pilot jinking between ruined spars to blitz the Plaguebearers with heavy bolter fire. Rotten bodies exploded like sacks of offal stuffed with frag grenades, and with a mighty roar the Ironfist dragged itself clear of thesludge.

The Iron Hunt surged forwards into battle, Egil and his Ironguard charging out at their head and crashing headlong into the Daemons with blades swinging. Behind them, heavy weapons roared as the Long Fangs, Grey Hunters and battle tanks opened fire in a thunderous volley. As explosions burst amid the Daemons and ruby beams of light tore through them, Lord Iron Wolf and Iron Priest Helhammer hacked and smashed their way deeper into the enemy ranks. The Iron Priests augur insisted that they were all but on top of the Wulfen, and the Egils omnipresent scowl deepened at the thought he might be fighting to avenge the lost brothers, not rescue them.

Lord Iron Wolfs fears were proved false, as several packs of Wulfen burst from the shadowed ruins and fell upon the Daemons flank. Rending and tearing, the feral warriors ripped a path of destruction through the infernal horde.

Some were dragged down or run through by rusted daemonic blades, but the impetus of the Wulfen charge was unstoppable. Letting out a mechanical howl, Lord Iron Wolf drove towards the feral warriors, Helhammer and the Ironguard fighting furiously at his back. Wolf Guard fell, blood spraying and armour sparking as the Daemons tore and hacked at them, but finally the Space Wolves and Wulfen came together at the very heart of the melee. Egil Iron Wolfs tanks smashed through a tumbled scree of ruins and into the skeletal remains of a shrine.

Billowing clouds of daemonic flies swirled around the Space Wolf vehicles, and advancing through them came the greatest daemonic horde yet encountered by the Ironwolves. Plaguebearers and Bloodletters pressed in upon the Ironwolves alongside buzzing Plague Drones and bounding Beasts of Nurgle.

Behind them came a rumbling battery of Skull Cannons, the Daemon Engines maws drooling fire. Obscured by the thickest mass of foul insect bodies was something huge: a Daemon Prince, blighted by the gifts of Nurgle. This hideous fiend was Mordokh the Rotted, the architect of Irkallas miseries and a living plague upon the worlds of men. Beneath his rusted helm, the Daemon Princes visage split into a rotten-fanged grin, and he raised his blade in challenge to the Space Wolves.

To the rear, the Long Fangs of the Frostclaws blasted away, lancing Beasts of Nurgle like fat boils and swatting Plague Drones out of the sky. Egils two Predators and Vindicator were fighting hard, but all were damaged and on the verge of being 33 overwhelmed. Iron Hunters lascannons punched glowing holes through a pair of Bloodcrushers, sending them crashing to the ground.

Seconds later there was a monumental roar as the Skull Cannons opened fire, flaming skulls exploding across the Predator and leaving it a mangled, blazing wreck. The Blackwolves had been cut off, surrounded by more Nurgle beasts. They hacked and hewed with their chainswords, but the enemys numbers were against them. First, one Grey Hunter was impaled and borne away into the smoke by a Plague Drone, then several more were smashed flat by frolicking Beasts of Nurgle, writhing in agony as their flesh was eaten away by acidicjuices.

Knowing that he had completed his task, and realising his Ironwolves would be overwhelmed if they remained amidst this hell, Egil bellowed into the vox for extraction.

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Barely had he given the order before a shroud of buzzing insects engulfed the Wolf Lord, the Ironguard and the Wulfen. Egil cursed as bloated flies crawled across his armour and bit at his exposed flesh. He swung his wolf claws in energised arcs, each sweep crisping masses of flies out of the air and ripping through the Plaguebearers pressing in behind. Around him his warriors did the same, fighting on despite the revolting insects that were but harbingers of something far worse.

Shoving effortlessly through the ranks of lesser Daemons came Mordokh the Rotted. The Daemon Princes first swipe ripped a Wulfens head from its shoulders before smashing one of the Ironguard head over heels. His second tore through two more of Egils Wolf Guard, a rusted blade sliding from Mordokhs palm to eviscerate one warrior and punch through the skull of the other.

With an inarticulate howl of rage, Egil plunged his wolf claws into the Daemon Princes chest. Energised blades ripped through rancid flesh, and Mordokh roared as pus-wet flies spilled from the wound.

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The loathsome Daemons closed in around the tank, their weight forcing it further down into the swamp. The Stormfang Gunship Iron Spear screamed in low, its daring pilot jinking between ruined spars to blitz the Plaguebearers with heavy bolter fire. Rotten bodies exploded like sacks of offal stuffed with frag grenades, and with a mighty roar the Ironfist dragged itself clear of thesludge. The Iron Hunt surged forwards into battle, Egil and his Ironguard charging out at their head and crashing headlong into the Daemons with blades swinging.

Behind them, heavy weapons roared as the Long Fangs, Grey Hunters and battle tanks opened fire in a thunderous volley. As explosions burst amid the Daemons and ruby beams of light tore through them, Lord Iron Wolf and Iron Priest Helhammer hacked and smashed their way deeper into the enemy ranks. The Iron Priests augur insisted that they were all but on top of the Wulfen, and the Egils omnipresent scowl deepened at the thought he might be fighting to avenge the lost brothers, not rescue them.

Lord Iron Wolfs fears were proved false, as several packs of Wulfen burst from the shadowed ruins and fell upon the Daemons flank. Rending and tearing, the feral warriors ripped a path of destruction through the infernal horde.

Some were dragged down or run through by rusted daemonic blades, but the impetus of the Wulfen charge was unstoppable. Letting out a mechanical howl, Lord Iron Wolf drove towards the feral warriors, Helhammer and the Ironguard fighting furiously at his back. Wolf Guard fell, blood spraying and armour sparking as the Daemons tore and hacked at them, but finally the Space Wolves and Wulfen came together at the very heart of the melee.

Egil Iron Wolfs tanks smashed through a tumbled scree of ruins and into the skeletal remains of a shrine. Billowing clouds of daemonic flies swirled around the Space Wolf vehicles, and advancing through them came the greatest daemonic horde yet encountered by the Ironwolves. Plaguebearers and Bloodletters pressed in upon the Ironwolves alongside buzzing Plague Drones and bounding Beasts of Nurgle. Behind them came a rumbling battery of Skull Cannons, the Daemon Engines maws drooling fire. Obscured by the thickest mass of foul insect bodies was something huge: a Daemon Prince, blighted by the gifts of Nurgle.

This hideous fiend was Mordokh the Rotted, the architect of Irkallas miseries and a living plague upon the worlds of men. Beneath his rusted helm, the Daemon Princes visage split into a rotten-fanged grin, and he raised his blade in challenge to the Space Wolves. To the rear, the Long Fangs of the Frostclaws blasted away, lancing Beasts of Nurgle like fat boils and swatting Plague Drones out of the sky.

Egils two Predators and Vindicator were fighting hard, but all were damaged and on the verge of being 33 overwhelmed. Iron Hunters lascannons punched glowing holes through a pair of Bloodcrushers, sending them crashing to the ground. Seconds later there was a monumental roar as the Skull Cannons opened fire, flaming skulls exploding across the Predator and leaving it a mangled, blazing wreck. The Blackwolves had been cut off, surrounded by more Nurgle beasts. They hacked and hewed with their chainswords, but the enemys numbers were against them.

First, one Grey Hunter was impaled and borne away into the smoke by a Plague Drone, then several more were smashed flat by frolicking Beasts of Nurgle, writhing in agony as their flesh was eaten away by acidicjuices. Knowing that he had completed his task, and realising his Ironwolves would be overwhelmed if they remained amidst this hell, Egil bellowed into the vox for extraction.

Barely had he given the order before a shroud of buzzing insects engulfed the Wolf Lord, the Ironguard and the Wulfen. Egil cursed as bloated flies crawled across his armour and bit at his exposed flesh. He swung his wolf claws in energised arcs, each sweep crisping masses of flies out of the air and ripping through the Plaguebearers pressing in behind. Around him his warriors did the same, fighting on despite the revolting insects that were but harbingers of something far worse.

Shoving effortlessly through the ranks of lesser Daemons came Mordokh the Rotted. The Daemon Princes first swipe ripped a Wulfens head from its shoulders before smashing one of the Ironguard head over heels.

His second tore through two more of Egils Wolf Guard, a rusted blade sliding from Mordokhs palm to eviscerate one warrior and punch through the skull of the other.

With an inarticulate howl of rage, Egil plunged his wolf claws into the Daemon Princes chest. Energised blades ripped through rancid flesh, and Mordokh roared as pus-wet flies spilled from the wound. The Daemons backhand caught Iron Wolf in the face, breaking his nose and throwing him back into his men with staggering force. The Wolf Lord snarled and spat blood as Mordokh loomed over him with a slop-wet chuckle.

At that moment the smoke-filled air came alive with roaring light and noise. At Egils bellowed order, the Ironwolves gunships loosed blitzing fire into the Daemon horde. A screaming salvo of lascannon fire tore through Mordokhs rotted form, blasting the monstrous entity into a buzzing storm of flies.

Heavy bolter fire mowed down masses of the enemy, driving the rest back from the beleaguered Space Wolves. The Daemons were forced back into the smoke and flame around the shrines edge, buying precious moments for the surviving Ironwolves to scramble aboard their extraction craft. The cost had been steep. The Ironwolves had suffered heavy casualties before their ships had moved in to rescue them. However, the mission was a success, and as the Thunderhawks and Stormwolves turned their prows skyward and roared away through the smoke, the rescued Wulfen were safe within their armoured holds.

The Dark Angels, too, had heard the Astropaths message. For them, it held an altogether different significance, and an alarmingwarning. The Dark Angels are a Chapter with many secrets.

The Sons of the Lion are compelled to hide many things from the eyes of the wider Imperium. Such was the nature of the cache of irredeemably tainted blades known as the Seven Shadows. Such relics could not be concealed upon the Rock for fear of the corruption they might spread, yet the Knights of Caliban themselves had once wielded these swords.

The Chapter could not just cast them aside. The Dark Angels had instead buried the Seven Shadows in warded vaults that only a Company Masters seal could open, deep below the polar ruins of backwater Nurades. The Dark Angels did not leave empty-handed, however. The tainted blades had been recovered without incident, and were now locked in adamantine caskets ready to be borne away to some other dark corner of the galaxy.

The Company Master had also recovered a survivor, who was immediately transferred to the Apothecarion. Recovered from amongst the polar ruins, the young Scout had been identified as Brother Dolutas. A trio of deep rents ran across his chest, made by long claws that had raked clean through his armour to the flesh beneath. As yet, the Scout had not surfaced from his healing coma. Over time, Dark Angels agents had seeded into local folklore the notion that those ruins were cursed.

This, coupled with an annually rotated guard detail of five Scouts, had been enough to keep hidden those despised treasures. However, the moment the astropathic choir upon the Rock detected Nurades distress call, it was clear that action must be taken.

A daemonic incursion would draw the eye of the Inquisition. The risk could not be run that the cache might be found. If the wounded survivor could tell the Dark Angels little, the servo-skull recovered by Araphil and his brothers was more forthcoming.

After being repaired as best it could by one of the Rocks skilled Techmarines, the macabre device was presented before a closed council of the Dark Angels greatest leaders.

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Seated around a huge stone table in an arched and shadowy chamber, Chapter Master Azrael and his closest brothers watched stony-faced as the servo-skull played the patchy pictfeed that remained upon its memory coil.

Though it was but a few moments of footage, the masters of the Inner Circle watched it again and again. They committed its every detail to memory and analysed it for the slightest nuance or fragment of information that might otherwise be missed. The pict-feed was silent, hazed with grainy static.

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