Akhor'menet has a higher purpose than the standard Chaos Sorcerer. Ever since Ahriman cast his Rubric and damned the warriors of his Legion to eternal servitude and confinement as Rubric Marines, Akhor'menet has had one all consuming goal: their freedom. He hopes to reverse the curse of the Rubric so that his brethren can fight side-by-side with his chapter once more or they can receive the eternal rest they so richly deserve.
Roman Gold 4th Legion Flavia Felix Ring, 1st-2nd Century AD A broad openwork gold hoop with beaded wire borders, filigree loops enclosing cast D-section letters ‘LEGIIIIFF’ for Legio IIII Flavia Felix. The Legio Quarta Flavia Felix (“Lucky Fourth Legion of Flavia”), was a unit of the Imperial Roman army, founded in 70 AD by Vespasian (r. 69-79) from the remnants of the Legio IV Macedonica disbanded after the Batavian revolt. The legion was active in Moesia Superior until the early 5th CE
"Alea iacta est" (The die is cast) ~Julius Caesar. Said when crossing the river Rubicon with his legions on 10 January, 49 BC, thus beginning the civil war with the forces of Pompey. The form “the die is cast” is from the Latin iacta alea est, a mistranslation by Suetonius, 121 CE, of the Ancient Greek phrase of Menander, anerriphtho kybos, which Caesar quoted in Greek. The Greek translates rather as “let the die be cast!”, which would instead translate in Latin as iacta alea esto.