Jacket wrote:It also kills the Tau are an Eldar experiment theory.
Jacket wrote:I was right about the Damocles fire being warp related.If so, my other prediction was... Dark/Renegade Mechanicus. The IoM/Tau might be in greater danger than they are aware.
As you have no doubt already been informed, the Damocles Gulf was set aflame by esoteric weaponry after the reconquest of Agrellan, known to the Tau as Mu’galath Bay. The Adeptus Mechanicus, the architects of this preventative measure, committed this cosmic act of vandalism to stave off Tau incursions into the fringes of Imperial space coreward of the gulf. In all likelihood the Tau will abandon their attempts to cross that region of space entirely, and concentrate their efforts elsewhere. Unfortunately, the flaming nebulae of the gulf have mingled with the newly formed Warp storms that have blighted the Imperium over the last few cycles. These aetheric tempests have flickered into life across a large region of space, and several have taken the fires of the Damocles Gulf into themselves to become blazing whirlpools of fire. These are not confined to the gulf – they actively emerge like ambush predators from a lair to assail the fleets of Mankind and Tau alike. Though the remote viewings of the Damoclesian Astropaths indicate the size of the phenomenon has already begun to recede, it remains extremely aggressive. Scoria Prime, Duala, and Vonsha Smyde IX have all been subject to daemonic invasion. One shred of positivity to result from this is the reported loss of a largescale Tau expansion fleet – the entire armada was consumed by the gulf, if the information from our agents can be believed. Recommend urgent reclassification of entire region, starting with Perdita, or even Quarantine Extremis, at your discretion.
Val'Sitsor wrote:By this point majority of "sidebars' stories" are interconnected, or at least hints on something. GS1 mentioned Belial (and it becomes important in GS2) and Cypher (and it is likely to become important in GS3). GS2 heavily hinted return of Fulgrim besides orks and tau hints. The question is, how we can possibly differ important "seeds of adventure" from just illustration material...
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