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When a sister of the Adepta Sororitas transgresses, she takes the oath of the Repentia. Casting off arms and armour, she takes up the holy Eviscerator and embarks on the most dangerous missions her Canoness has to offer, in the hope of redemption in the eyes of the immortal God-Emperor. Two such Sisters Repentia have been despatched to a feral world in search of a

Kindle Edition, 43 pages
Published October 15th 2018 by Black Library
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Michael Dodd
Oct 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Two nameless Sisters Repentia are all that remains of their squad, sent out to search for a priceless relic that might turn the tide of an ongoing campaign. Though their prize is at hand, the forces of Chaos stand between them and safety, and the God-Emperor has need of their lives yet.

The unnamed protagonist of this story is a fervent, intense zealot, screaming prayers as she fights and giggling with anticipation of the redemption she hopes to find in death, and whose threadbare sanity grants
Oct 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
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While the concept of the Repentia actually makes sense given the generally fanatical nature of the Sororitas ("nuns with guns"), in practice they have mostly been an excuse for fanservice. Glad to see them finally getting some serious attention in the lore. The unnamed protagonist is portrayed as a muscular zealot screaming prayers while covered in blood and gore, while her companion was apparently an older woman, as opposed to a couple of swimsuit models wearing nothing but purity seals. Not ...more
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