Calmsword wrote:I'm confused about why Ynnead needs avatars, the whole avatar thing was as a result of the splitting of Khain, maybe this is going in the other direction? Perhaps important Eldar are embodying the rebirth of a god and are coming together?
Calmsword wrote:I didnt realize that, is there any indication that the event had a permanent effect? The avatars of khain cannot be rejoined for example.
Panzer wrote:The most interesting part about it for me is that the Avatar looks so similar to Fulgrim/Slaanesh. I doubt GW chose those colors etc. by accident so i'm looking forward to where this will lead us.
Panzer wrote:I read on BolterAndChainsword that GW said on the 40k facebook page in a comment that it is not Malys. Guess we'll have to wait and read for ourselves once it's there.
Of Commoragh. The Aeldari and the Drukhari of all obediences, besides the most conservative, joined his cause. It is not an abstract philosophical current, for the new divinity exercises manifest powers - thus, the Exhumed can appeal to the souls of the spirits-stones that they carry to strengthen their own capacities, siphoning the power of the departed, To strike with strength, and to reduce their enemies to ashes by means of their strange weapons and their psychic powers. They have learned the secrets of the dead, and have thus become closer to their ancestors and their lost glory.
However, some consider the Ynnari as corrupt by the demonic forces they pretend to subdue, and others consider them already dead. Perhaps they are right. If the Exhumeds seek to recast Eldar society in the name of Ynnead to restore the glory of the ancient Aeldari, their arrogant and coercive approach is worth as much hostility as adherence. Worse still, the danger they represent for the dark gods pushes the forces of Chaos - especially Slaanesh - to rise like an infernal tsunami to consume them. Conflict and destruction disturb the wake of the Ynnari or they go. The truth which dominates without contest is that, besides, the Exhumed are bearers of death, and profuse.
Invested by the power of Ynnead, Yvraine is capable of attracting into her the souls of those who surround her, or they continue not as isotonic covenants but as voluntary allies. An outside observer believing that Yvraine bets alone, that she hears voices or that she changes her personality without transition. If one does not know one's creed, one can legitimately believe it to be mad, but the Ynnari know what it is. Their mistress has many lives in her. The Exhumed, who adamantly adore Ynnead, share an echo of his aptitude, and carry the spirit-spirits of the departed to purify their wisdom, experience, and knowledge. And the need never felt so much now that the extinction of the eldars and its shadow on the galaxy.
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