@matt23 Beneath his faceless helm, Vitaly's face creases faintly into a frown at Arnock's words, and suggestion of indiscipline in the ranks it raises. He speaks again to Arnock via private vox. "Brother Arnock, you of all people should know better than anyone else that we are no barbarian horde, enslaved to childish whims and fickle moods. The Emperor made us to be the perfect soldiers - perfect not only in skill, but in discipline, in obedience to rightful authority also. Now, moreso than ever, is that discipline the only thing that sets us apart from the accursed traitors that share our name and colours. We cannot allow ourselves to do things just because we want to. We must always act because we have to, however unpalatable we may find it. Discipline and self-indulgence - laxity - are both habits, and we must enforce the proper ones at all times, for laxity is the path to treason." A harsh exhalation punctuates Vitaly's speech. "But you know the men better than I. I leave the command decision in the field to you, Brother, though I hope you mark my words. Fortune guide your blade and shield your flank." With a Unity-style salute, Vitaly turns to commence boarding, Tyrion and Ulysses of Prime Covenant in tow. OOC EDIT: Made it clear Vitaly was speaking via private vox. No one else should have heard what he said.