He is horrified by what the Imperium has become so I’m gonna go with remaining ‘’’’’rational’’’’’.After decades of mostly watching 40K from the sidelines , I've suddenly recently gotten the urge to engage and am having a lot of fun with novels and game books. (Minis aren't physically feasible for me, so that part I still watch from the sidelines.) I will have questions. In fact, here's one now.
Hey, so, Primarch Guilliman. He's a product of the whole rationalistic, atheistic incarnation of imperial dogma. Do we know if he still leans that way at all, or if the whole Very Long Nap plus pressing new circumstances moved him over to the religious version?
1: Occasionally I moved in closer, particularly when James Wallis asked Bryant Durrell and I to work with him on a pitch for a Dark Future RPG. I got to read the secret plot file in its mid-1990s incarnation. Pretty sure that about nothing of it beyond conjunctions and prepositions remains in effect.
However his hands are tied by the existing Imperial hierarchy, culture and entrenched power. He’s trying to make reforms and to ameliorate the worst of the Imperium but has to do it in such a way that doesn’t trigger uprising he and civil war nor too heavily disrupts thing while the forces of Chaos are running rampant.