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That spoiled brat now sits on the throne of the Imperium. The ramifications are obvious. The Emperor is the supreme head of the Imperium. Chains of allegiance and fealty stretch up from the lowliest citizen, the lowest knight, through a network of officials, bureaucrats, and nobles, to the person of the Emperor. The Emperor establishes, by his demeanor, by his actions, and by his tone, how he expects his subjects to act. Tradition has always been that honor is a paramount quality within the Imperium.
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A Day in the Life of a Child Care Worker (First Facts) by Heather Adamson