There was a time, not terribly long ago when I would have vehemently protested the return of Primarchs to 40K.
“The game system can't adequately represent them,” I would have railed, “The balance of the setting will be upset by their return,” I would have bleated, “No model can encapsulate their ethos,” I would have remonstrated (struggling for synonyms all the way).
And I would have been wrong. On all fronts.
Most of all, I would have been...mildly incredulous, to say the least, regarding the return of the Daemon Primarchs: entities that are second only to the powers of Chaos themselves in the daemonic pantheons; that were semi-divine during their material incarnations, but which, after their ascendence (or damnation, if you prefer), are arguably too mythic in scope to ever adequately portray.
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