But my Latin/High Gothic is a bit rusty. What is the filler text about?
"Master of the Empyrean, you say? What did you do to earn that moniker? Did you study the blessed Lore of Weyl-Geller? Master the Mechanics of Warp Vortices? Investigate the Hexametic formulae of Immaterium-Materium translations? Or are you like the rest of your kind; casting chickenbones and poking in gory entrails while your mutant mind sniffs the flatus of Daemons?"
- Magos Aetherna Dyrac to an Exalted Sorcerer.
"Was the STC truely a gift to humanity? It gave the fire of the Deus Mechanicus to those unworthy of wielding it. The STC solved every challenge to humanity with a simple push of a rune. Technology became the plaything of those who did not understand or appreciate the genius of their forebearers. And so that brilliance dimmed, replaced by that most subtle of curses: complacency."
- Amos Faden, noted Heretek
"No, I won't 'soup up' your Thunderbolt, flyboy! I'll patch the holes, replace the fuel injector, bypass the control circuits and tend to its wounded Machine Spirit untill it is ready and eager for your next sortie. It's perfect as is, and changing its holy design is not just the epitomie of hubris, it is likely to get you killed! Look at your fighter, ingrate: it is riddled with holes and still it got your unworthy flesh back to base. A less spiritually balanced machine would have disappeared in a giant fireball."
- Enginseer Gry'el 'Grille-Face' Faecette to Navy pilot Akerson, before his 'ace-in-a-day'.
"The Nova Terra Interregnum has been remembered unfairly by those few who remember it at all. True, many malcontents, provocateurs and petty lordlings flocked to its banner when it secceeded. But its attempts to contain the agressive expansion of the Ecclesiarchy were born from an honest desire to uphold those values at the hart of the Great Crusade. It is ironic that the last gasp of the Emperor's true vision was finally throttled at the hands of those who fought in His divine name, on the planet that once reminded our Lord of 'Urf, long ago...'"
- Archivist & Historian Vedek Parsen, pilloried, emasculated, hung, drawn, crucified, quartered, burnt and disintegrated for heresy extremus. Probably in that order.