Daemon: If it takes a thousand years, I will rise again and take my vengeance upon your flag. Oh, will I find you back in [foreign language 00:00:40].
Captain Titus: Never!
Daemon: Will you be joining us soon... brother?
Lieutenant Mira: Look there, Ultramarine -- you have saved this world. I see that Ultramarines are human, after all.
Captain Titus: More than you know, Lieutenant.
Lieutenant Mira: The damned inquisition is here.
Inquisitor Thrax: His injuries appear Chaos-inflicted.You are certain of this charge?
Space Marine: Captain Titus has been corrupted by Chaos, Inquisitor Thrax.
Captain Titus: I am no heretic.
Space Marine: You lie! Only an agent of Chaor could withstand Warp exposure.
Captain Titus: I sent the daemon to oblivion.
Inquisitor Thrax: But did you have unholy assistance? We must know. You will submit to my authority, Captain. Or the inquisition must conclude that you have corrupted every Ultramarine under your command, not to mention those who stand at your side.
Lieutenant Mira: Ignore his threats. Come on.
Captain Titus: The inquisition will destroy you, Mira. And the Ultramarines will be forever dishonored. Leave my brothers -- and the Lieutenant -- alone. I will come with you. I don't know why I can resist the touch of Chaos, but I swear I will discover the truth.
Inquisitor Thrax: We will discover, Space Marine.
Space Marine: The Codex Astartes leaves no room for doubt: You cannot touch the Warp and emerge unscathed.
Captain Titus:The Codex Astartes is a set of rules. They guide us, shape us as Ultramarines, teach us to hold duty and honor sacred above all. But how we live with those rules is the true test of a Space Marine. And you have failed.