History Characters / Warhammer40000Eldar

17th Jan '18 12:40:21 AM SebastianGray
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* BornLucky: The Harlequins believe that those with exceptional luck are blessed by the Laughing God and such individuals often rise to become Troupe Masters. The 7th and 8th Edition rules represent this with the "Luck of the Laughing God" Warlord Trait that gives the Warlord re-rolls for some dice rolls that result in a roll of 1[[note]]To hit and Save rolls in 7th but just to hit rolls in 8th Edition ''Chapter Approved 2017''[[/note]].
3rd Jan '18 12:52:19 AM SebastianGray
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%%Ynnead (the God of the Dead) is supposedly a nascent Eldar god growing in the collective Infinity Circuits of every Craftworld, from the souls of dead Eldar. Steps have been taken to bring him forth without requiring the death of every Eldar...[[GoneHorriblyRight steps that look to have worked]].

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%%Ynnead (the Ynnead is the God of the Dead) is Dead supposedly a nascent Eldar god growing in created from the collective consciousness of the Aeldari dead confined to the Infinity Circuits of every Craftworld, from the souls of dead Eldar. Steps have Craftworld. Ynnead had been taken prophesized to bring him forth without requiring the death of awaken and defeat She Who Thirsts once every Eldar...[[GoneHorriblyRight steps that look Aeldari had died but attempts to awaken the nascent deity have worked]].
resulted in the Whispering God begin to stir and his followers, the Ynnari, have begun a quest to allow Ynnead to fully manifest.
25th Dec '17 12:50:36 PM thatmadork
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* StrawHypocrite: The Eldar will never skip a chance to point out how violent, irrational, foolish and decadent humans are. Says the race who {{Squick}}'d a [[EldritchAbomination Chaos God]] into existence, not to mention the existence of their monstrous Commorite brethren.
25th Dec '17 4:49:41 AM SebastianGray
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%%Vaul was the Smith God that existed within the pantheon of the Eldar race, brother of the Phoenix King Asuryan.

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%%Vaul The Aeldari god of smiths and craftsmen, Vaul was responsible for creating the Smith God that existed within the pantheon most beautiful powerful artefacts of the Eldar race, brother pantheon. Crippled and bound to his anvil by Khaine for his attempted deception of the Phoenix King Asuryan.
WarGod, Vaul was a great ally of the mortal Aeldari who still honour the master smith with their war machines collectively being known as Engines of Vaul.



* {{Expy}}: He's basically Space Elf [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Hephaestus]].
* ForgedByTheGods: Eldar mythology credits the smith god Vaul with the creation of some of their legendary weapons, and their super-heavy vehicles are referred to as "Engines of Vaul."

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* {{Expy}}: He's basically Space Elf As the blacksmith of the gods with physical disabilities, Vaul is essentially the SpaceElf version of the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Ancient Greek deity Hephaestus]].
* ForgedByTheGods: Eldar mythology credits the smith god Vaul is the god of smithing and is credited with forging weapons from swords to the Blackstone Fortresses, arcane SpaceStation[=s=] with the creation of some of their legendary weapons, and their super-heavy vehicles are referred power to as "Engines of Vaul."[[StarKilling destroy stars]].



* UltimateBlacksmith: Vaul is the god of smithing and is credited with forging weapons from swords to ''battle stations'' (the Blackstone Fortresses).

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* UltimateBlacksmith: UltimateBlacksmith: Aeldari mythology credits the smith god Vaul is the god of smithing and is credited with forging the creation of some of their legendary weapons from swords to ''battle stations'' (the Blackstone Fortresses).
and it is said that a mortal who wields such a blade could stand against a thousand regular weapons.
19th Dec '17 7:51:25 PM Willbyr
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* DestroyerDeity: The [[SpaceElves Eldar]] worship Khaine as a God of War and Destruction, as Khaine is responsible for slaying the single greatest hero the Eldar had and was responsible for torturing another of their gods. In the present, he is revered as their god of war and ruin by the Aspect Warriors, Eldar warriors who have lost control of their hunger for war. He also crosses over with PhysicalGod by having broken into countless millions of pieces, which can only be activated by a sacrifice, to become a fragment of his utter potential as a force of complete fiery decimation.

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* DestroyerDeity: The [[SpaceElves Eldar]] Eldar worship Khaine as a God of War and Destruction, as Khaine is responsible for slaying the single greatest hero the Eldar had and was responsible for torturing another of their gods. In the present, he is revered as their god of war and ruin by the Aspect Warriors, Eldar warriors who have lost control of their hunger for war. He also crosses over with PhysicalGod by having broken into countless millions of pieces, which can only be activated by a sacrifice, to become a fragment of his utter potential as a force of complete fiery decimation.
19th Dec '17 5:53:31 PM DustSnitch
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* DestroyerDeity: The [[SpaceElves Eldar]] worship Khaine as a God of War and Destruction, as Khaine is responsible for slaying the single greatest hero the Eldar had and was responsible for torturing another of their gods. In the present, he is revered as their god of war and ruin by the Aspect Warriors, Eldar warriors who have lost control of their hunger for war. He also crosses over with PhysicalGod by having broken into countless millions of pieces, which can only be activated by a sacrifice, to become a fragment of his utter potential as a force of complete fiery decimation.
19th Dec '17 2:03:00 AM M84
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* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: Yvraine went from Path to Path, mastering them all, and still felt unsatisfied, leading her to Commorragh. Even the thrills of the arena were not able to satisfy her. It is only when she is chosen by Ynnead to be his emmissary that she finds purpose.
17th Dec '17 6:38:19 PM M84
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* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Despite, or perhaps [[AngerBornOfWorry because]], of his devotion to her, the Visarch does not get along with Yvraine. They have drawn swords on each other several times, and the few times they speak it's usually arguing about something. The Visarch is especially unhappy with the way Yvraine keeps doing errands for Roboute Guilliman [[spoiler:up to and including going into the Gardens of Nurgle to retriev a Chaos Artifact]], accusing her of being the Imperium's lapdog. This naturally angers Yvraine a great deal, especially since she thinks he might have a point.
12th Dec '17 12:54:16 AM SebastianGray
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%%Morai-Heg the Crone is the third in a trinity of female Eldar goddesses who appears as a withered ancient creature who holds the fate of mortals within a skin rune pouch.

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%%Morai-Heg the The Crone is Goddess Morai-Heg was once the third in a trinity consort of female Eldar goddesses who appears as a withered ancient creature who holds Khaine, mother of banshees and the Aeldari goddess of fate. During the War in Heaven, Morai-Heg refused to tell Asuryan the ultimate fate of mortals within a skin rune pouch.
the gods and was eventually consumed along with the rest of the pantheon during the Fall.



* TheHecateSisters: The Crone.

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* TheHecateSisters: The Crone.withered, ancient and blind Morai-Heg is the third of the three major Aeldari goddesses, representing the Crone to Lileath’s Maiden and Isha’s Mother.
2nd Dec '17 2:45:08 AM SebastianGray
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Although they have had models since the 1st Edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'', the Harlequins have rarely been treated as a standalone force[[note]]beyond a few unofficial and fan made lists[[/note]], instead being included as a part of the army lists for other Eldar factions. In 2015 the Harlequins received their first solo codex and an updated model range. The 8th Edition rules for the Harlequins are included in the ''Index: Xenos 1'' book released in June 2017.

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Although they have had models since the 1st Edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'', the Harlequins have rarely been treated as a standalone force[[note]]beyond a few unofficial and fan made lists[[/note]], instead being included as a part of the army lists for other Eldar factions. In 2015 the Harlequins received their first solo codex and an updated model range. The 8th Edition rules for the Harlequins are included in the ''Index: Xenos 1'' book released in June 2017.
2017 with additional rules released in the ''Chapter Approved 2017'' rules supplement.



Introduced into the ''Warhammer 40,000'' at the end of the game's 7th Edition, the Ynnari played a large role in the events that led up to the release of 8th Edition. The rules for using the Ynnari in 8th Edition itself are included alongside the rules for the other Aeldari factions in the ''Index: Xenos 1'' book released in June 2017.

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Introduced into the ''Warhammer 40,000'' at the end of the game's 7th Edition, the Ynnari played a large role in the events that led up to the release of 8th Edition. The rules for using the Ynnari in 8th Edition itself are included alongside the rules for the other Aeldari factions in the ''Index: Xenos 1'' book released in June 2017.
2017 with additional rules released in the ''Chapter Approved 2017'' rules supplement.
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