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A hyphen is used in an adjective made up of two or more words as one meaning if it precedes the noun. The clothes were ready to wear. A hyphen is used to write out compound numbers from twentyone to ninety-nine and fractions. Separating Word Elements from the Rest of a Word A hyphen sometimes separates re-, or other word elements, from the rest of a word when omission of the hyphen would result in confusion of meaning. He is going to re-cover those chairs.
He is going to recover his losses. They have to re-lay the tile floor. Get us out of this hell hole. With pleasure, she answered coldly before closing the stellagraphium door. A long silence passed between the two inquisitors.
I was hoping for the Golden Throne, Klute admitted. A wafer that signified safety, security or at least a return to normality. Czevak held his former interrogators gaze, the glimmer of a smile appearing on his lips.
The Golden Throne means none of those things, my friend. Klute couldnt find it in himself to match Czevaks smile with one of his own. I dont care what the cards say. Come back with me, my lord. Return to the Imperium. To the ordo. Leave this terrible place with its corrupting and alien influence. I wont go back to Cadia. A cell, an eternity of questions and a heretics death wait for me there, and it waits there for you too, my friend.
And if it isnt the Puritans, it would be the cultists. Ahriman has eyes and ears everywhere. Your precious Imperium is rotting from the inside out. My freedom must be my own. I cannot put it in the hands of others not again. My lord, Klute begged, his head bowed, recalling events from their past. Please forgive me. If Id remained by your side, perhaps Raimus, you cant blame yourself for I do. Then youre a fool.
If you had been by my side, then you would be The Black Library Page 11 dead right now, instead of sitting opposite me debating the fact. I have long tried to imagine the trials you endured at the dark hands of that abominate sorcerer, Klute went on with feeling, but Czevak cut him dead.
Dont, the High Inquisitor said his words once again laced with hard edges. You couldnt. But I dont blame you for the actions of a warp-souled heretic.
Silence passed between them. Hell never stop, will he? Klute admitted to the High Inquisitor and himself. And that, my friend, is why I must stop him by any means at my disposal. He wants the Black Library and its secrets. He knows I am a key to those secrets. He must be stopped. I must stop him. There must be another way, Klute insisted. With the knowledge you carry we could unite the ordos behind a single cause and the Imperium behind them. Launch a White Crusade, if you would, and take the battle to this horrific place and its denizens.
Better than running and hiding from shadows, Klute shot back cuttingly.
Touch, Czevak said. I may be running but Im not hiding. I asked you not to imagine what I suffered at Ahrimans hands, but if you did, even for an agonising second, then you would know what I had to give him. A thousand facts from a thousand pages of the Black Library of Chaos just to keep the location of its hallowed doors from the bastard.
Every life Ahriman takes with those secrets burns my soul. The least I can do the very least is try to undo some of that damage. Get ahead of him, destroy the artefacts he seeks and turn his ambitions to dust. You are but one man, my lord. Czevak bit at his lip before nodding slowly to himself. Reaching down into the seemingly bottomless depths of his outlandish coat, the inquisitor extracted a bulky tome and laid it on the table before him.
Its gilded covers were crafted from a burnished, golden metal that had a sheen like nothing Klute had ever seen. A set of three robust clasps held the volume closed and the spine housed an intricate and ancient mechanism that sighed rhythmically, like the beating of a mechanical heart. Placing his fingertips on its aureate, ornamental surface, Czevak slid the tome down the table towards his former acolyte.
Klute stopped it and was immediately surprised at how light the object was bearing in mind how much metal covered its surface. The Black Library Page 12 The crafting and gilded depictions on the cover looked both ancient and Imperial and its title was rendered in High Gothic. The Atlas Infernal, Klute translated in a whisper. You stole this from the eldar? Liberated it from the Black Library of Chaos. Klutes face creased with disapproval. Czevak continued defensively. Its obviously Imperial.
I stole back an artefact that was already stolen.
Klute returned his attention to the magnificent tome. Carefully unclasping the covers, he opened the volume. Almost immediately Klutes face changed. A feeling of distaste and discomfort washed over the inquisitor.
It was difficult to look directly at the Atlas and instead he looked up at Czevak. Is it corrupted? Klute asked fearfully, wondering if Czevak was showing him some cursed or possessed object.
Quite the opposite, Czevak reassured him. My researches into this object are limited I was too busy trying to steal it.
I have theories though. He was surprised to find an absence of paper. In its stead were a stacked panel of lightweight golden frames, all built into the spine, that sat like pages between the Atlas Infernals covers. Each page contained a piece of ancient flesh, stretched to transparency across the frame so that its labyrinthine network of veins, arteries and capillaries were visible at its surface.
Klute was amazed to see that actual blood circulated through the tiny system, fed oxygen by the clockwork pump in the spine. Before the Horus Heresy, ancient texts in the Black Library tell of the Emperors efforts to create a human section of the webway, connecting Terra to the rest of the galaxy through the eldars labyrinthine network of trans-dimensional tunnels. Through the webway and without the danger, uncertainty and inconvenience of warp travel, the Imperiums conquest of the galaxy would be complete.
That was what we can assume the Emperors intention to be, anyhow. Events leading up to the Heresy made this project impossible to pursue and the human section of the webway sustained by the Emperors divine power collapsed. This is a map of the eldar webway?
Klute marvelled. But created by whom? That, I dont know, Czevak admitted with not a little vexation on his young face. There is, however, some compelling evidence in the text itself. Scribbled over each were annotations light scars originally sliced into the flesh with a crystal-tip quill.
The casket-covers of the tome are made of a lightweight metal that I have yet to identify. It is incredibly resilient leading me to believe that it was originally armour. Amongst the filigree and detail I found markings remarkably like those honouring the Terran Unification Wars. That doesnt answer my question. It just generates more questions. The guardians of the Imperial Palace and personal bodyguards of the Emperor himself would have worn such markings on their armour previous to the Heresy.
They would undoubtedly have provided security for a project as ambitious as building a human section of the webway.
The Magos Ethericus and Artisans Empyr of the Adeptus Mechanicus are probably responsible for its construction although I doubt the Priesthood of Mars has seen anything of this kind for thousands of years.
And the flesh? Klute interrupted, clearly unsettled. What unfortunate sacrificed themselves to become part of such a treasure? The Mechanicus and Adeptus Custodes would have required psychic protection on the human section of the webway and the militant arm of the Adeptus Astra Telepathica would have been the ideal choice to deliver it.