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5d80d7912b Now and again, especially when Cain is up against the Tau. The tracks on the Land Raider crush the heretics all day long." A more conventional example in the aftermath of the fighting in Fidelis in The Emperor's Finest. Nice Hat: As a commissar, he gets a one as part of his uniform. It's really a psychic power-boosting Artifact of Doom. Amberly's footnote on that section consists of nothing but laughing. Badass Grandpa: Cain himself in Cain's Last Stand. However, an entry in the Tyranid Codex does speculate that some Tyranid fleets have entered the warp through things like the Eye of Terror or the Storm of the Emperor's Wrath, which would explain the appearance of Tyranids during the Great Crusade (10k years before the attack of Hive Fleet Behemoth). Emergency Presidential Address: Played with, as the governor's speech is a complete failure (and not even rehearsed), demonstrating just how out-of-it the governor is (and with a name like Merkin W. My God, What Have I Done?: The brainwashed Battle Sisters have a terminal instance of this; see Driven to Suicide above. In Cain's Last Stand, Cain again uses it to his advantage when he confronts Warmaster Varan.
Beneath the Earth: Cain often ends up in these types of environments. This can be justified both in and out of universe by the bolter being the signature human weapon, and it just plain looks cooler than a laspistol. Note that even feeling any sympathy towards aliens puts him light years ahead of everyone else in the galaxy. A specific example is when he jumps to save Amberley in Pererimunda and later reasons that he only did it because the pilot wouldn't have left without her, but one can see that he jumped first and rationalized later. Smart People Play Chess: Cain is an expert player of 'Regicide' the 40k version of chess. Much later, Cain helps a Tau ambassador (who was shot by an assassin) get medical treatment and escorts him back to his compound (even having to order the guardsmen under his command to shoot some loyalist PDF who wanted to lynch the Tau). "Echoes of the Tomb" concerns an event Cain alludes to often: his first experience in a Necron tomb. Between the two of them there is practically nothing they don't bring to a gear-grinding halt.