History Characters / Warhammer40000Eldar

23rd Mar '17 10:10:07 AM SorPepita
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* MonsterClown: Harlequins often affect this appearance in battle, utilizing their great speed, acrobatics, and holograms to appear everywhere at once, their expressive psychic masks reflecting their foes own fears as they look upon them.

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* MonsterClown: Harlequins often affect this appearance in battle, utilizing their great speed, acrobatics, and holograms to appear everywhere at once, their expressive psychic masks reflecting their foes foes' own fears as they look upon them.
23rd Mar '17 9:54:55 AM SorPepita
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* TheAce: A match for Lelith Hesperax in battle, a powerful sorcerer, apparently a genius able to memorize everything in great detail, Yvraine fits the bill.

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* TheAce: A match for Lelith Hesperax in battle, a powerful sorcerer, apparently a genius able to memorize everything in great detail, detail; Yvraine fits the bill.



* CombatHandFan: One of her main weapon is a war fan.

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* CombatHandFan: One of her main weapon weapons is a war fan.



* IHaveManyNames: Yvraine is also known as Amharoc among Eldar corsairs and as The Daughter of Shades in Commoragh.

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* IHaveManyNames: Yvraine is also known as Amharoc among Eldar corsairs and as The Daughter of Shades in Commoragh.Commorragh.



* MysticalWhiteHair: With her being the emissary of the God of Death, it is no wonder she's depicted white bone white hair.

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* MysticalWhiteHair: With her being the emissary of the God of Death, it is no wonder she's depicted white with bone white hair.



* SoulPower: [[GameplayAndStorySegregation In the lore]], Yvraine has managed to do such interesting things with her powers as [[PowerIncontinence accidentally causing a dysjunction in Commorragh]], disinfecting a Nurgle-plagued corpse by killing all of the germs, [[BackFromTheDead resurrecting said corpse]], bringing wraith-constructs to full consciousness instead of their dreamlike half-awareness, and [[spoiler: bringing those of the Thousand Sons who had been turned into sentient piles of dust inside their armour [[PetTheDog back to life]], before [[KickTheDog punting them from the Webway into the Warp]] to get [[EvilSorcerer Arhiman]] to go save them and get out of their way.]]

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* SoulPower: [[GameplayAndStorySegregation In the lore]], Yvraine has managed to do such interesting things with her powers as [[PowerIncontinence accidentally causing a dysjunction in Commorragh]], disinfecting a Nurgle-plagued corpse by killing all of the germs, [[BackFromTheDead resurrecting said corpse]], bringing wraith-constructs to full consciousness instead of their dreamlike half-awareness, and [[spoiler: bringing those of the Thousand Sons who had been turned into sentient piles of dust inside their armour [[PetTheDog back to life]], before [[KickTheDog punting them from the Webway into the Warp]] to get [[EvilSorcerer Arhiman]] Ahriman]] to go save them and get out of their way.]]



The Visarch is the Champion of Ynnead, and the Warden of Yvraine, her sworn bodyguard. Formerly the Exarch Laarian, Yvraine's swordmaster back in her youth, The Visarch has cast out his name and now fights for Ynnead. Appearing to Yvraine's rescue in Commoragh with a cabal of Incubi, he has since then accompanied her across the galaxy, fighting at the heart of the Ynnari's battles and bodyguarding the Emissary of Ynnead.

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The Visarch is the Champion of Ynnead, and the Warden of Yvraine, her sworn bodyguard. Formerly the Exarch Laarian, Yvraine's swordmaster back in her youth, The Visarch has cast out his name and now fights for Ynnead. Appearing to Yvraine's rescue in Commoragh Commorragh with a cabal of Incubi, he has since then accompanied her across the galaxy, fighting at the heart of the Ynnari's battles and bodyguarding the Emissary of Ynnead.



* TerrorHero: In the lore, Asu-var constantly terrible whispers which frighten the enemy. His Silence rule forces enemy units near him to use the lowest Leadership within it rather than the highest if they have to take a Leadership test.

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* TerrorHero: In the lore, Asu-var constantly whispers terrible whispers things which frighten the enemy. His Its Silence rule forces enemy units near him the Visarch to use the lowest Leadership within it rather than the highest if they have to take a Leadership test.
23rd Mar '17 9:47:57 AM SorPepita
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* BadassCape

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* BadassCapeBadassCape: A Badass with a cape.



* TheChampion

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* TheChampionTheChampion: Of Ynnead.



* BattleAura: The Yncarne generates from its belly and is surrounded by wailing souls.

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* BattleAura: The Yncarne generates from its belly belly, and is surrounded by by, wailing souls.
23rd Mar '17 9:44:02 AM SorPepita
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* DestructiveSaviour: The Ynnari are a force of good (at least for the Eldar), but whenever they step, wanton destruction is bound to happen. Yvraine destroyed Biel-Tan's Infinity Circuit by summoning the Yncarne, earning the ire of the Seer Council. There's also the Daemon incursion she caused in Commoragh, and the resulting civil war and apparition of the Mandrakes' dimension in the middle of Commoragh. She also destroyed whole sections of the Webway to get rid of Ahriman when they crossed path.
* EasyEvangelism: In-Universe, all members of the Ynnari were easily converted to Ynnead's cause, either by witnessing the might of the Yncarne or like Yvraine or the Visarch, were contacted by the god himself. It eventually led to Ynnari creating their own Pantheon with the remaining Eldar Gods and comparing famous Eldars to god to fill in. It's a rather controversial move from their part among other Eldars.

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* DestructiveSaviour: The Ynnari are a force of good (at least for the Eldar), but whenever they step, wanton destruction is bound to happen. Yvraine destroyed Biel-Tan's Infinity Circuit by summoning the Yncarne, earning the ire of the Seer Council. There's also the Daemon incursion she caused in Commoragh, Commorragh, and the resulting civil war and apparition of the Mandrakes' dimension in the middle of Commoragh.Commorragh. She also destroyed whole sections of the Webway to get rid of Ahriman when they crossed path.
* EasyEvangelism: In-Universe, all members of the Ynnari were easily converted to Ynnead's cause, either by witnessing the might of the Yncarne or like Yvraine or the Visarch, were by being contacted by the god himself. It eventually led to Ynnari creating their own Pantheon with the remaining Eldar Gods and comparing famous Eldars to god gods to fill in. It's a rather controversial move from their part among other Eldars.



* HeroWithBadPublicity: Although the Ynnari are benevolents for the Eldars, that they fret with Dark Eldars and recklessly act without consulting all the possible futures makes them feared by most Craftworld Councils. Everyone in Commoragh also hates them since Yvraine caused a Daemon incursion in the middle of the city.

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* HeroWithBadPublicity: Although the Ynnari are benevolents benevolent for the Eldars, that they fret with Dark Eldars and recklessly act without consulting all the possible futures makes them feared by most Craftworld Councils. Everyone in Commoragh Commorragh also hates them since Yvraine caused a Daemon incursion in the middle of the city.



** One positive effect of Ynnead's power is that Eldar Souls in the Infinity Circuit put into Wraith constructs are better awoken from their slumber and can experience everything as if they were alive. Not only the Wraith make better warriors as a result, their souls is also grateful for the more comfortable experience.

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** One positive effect of Ynnead's power is that Eldar Souls in the Infinity Circuit put into Wraith constructs are better awoken from their slumber and can experience everything as if they were alive. Not only do the Wraith make better warriors as a result, their souls is are also grateful for the more comfortable experience.
23rd Mar '17 8:26:56 AM SorPepita
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** The Infinity Circuit that runs through each craftworld is, in addition to [[BrainUploading a repository for the souls of the dead]], a giant database that the living can psychically interface with to ask questions to seek the wisdom of the departed, or send messages to others across the craftworld, almost like a computer network.

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** The Infinity Circuit that runs through each craftworld is, in addition to [[BrainUploading a repository for the souls of the dead]], a giant database that the living can psychically interface with to ask questions to seek the wisdom of the departed, or send messages to others across the craftworld, Craftworld, almost like a computer network.
23rd Mar '17 8:23:06 AM SorPepita
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* MoralMyopia: When the Eldar are faced with a choice between safeguarding their own kin and the welfare of another species, they will pick their own kind every time. It's perfectly understandable given their DyingRace status...it's just not much fun when you're the one getting screwed in their stead, especially after the Eldar have decided that a few thousand of their lives are worth several ''million'' of yours.

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* MoralMyopia: When the Eldar are faced with a choice between safeguarding their own kin and the welfare of another species, they will pick their own kind every time. It's perfectly understandable given their DyingRace status... it's just not much fun when you're the one getting screwed in their stead, especially after the Eldar have decided that a few thousand of their lives are worth several ''million'' of yours.



Yvraine is an eldar native of the Craftworld Biel-Tan who, after wandering across the galaxy and having found herself fighting in the arena pits of Commoragh as a Succubus, temporarily died but was brought back as the emissary of Ynnead, the Eldar god of Death. Her rebirth caused the death of many Dark Eldars and ruined the spectacle, causing the ire of Asdrubael Vect and forcing her to flee into the Webway.

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Yvraine is an eldar Eldar native of the Craftworld Biel-Tan who, after wandering across the galaxy and having found herself fighting in the arena pits of Commoragh Commorragh as a Succubus, temporarily died but was brought back as the emissary of Ynnead, the Eldar god of Death. Her rebirth caused the death of many Dark Eldars and ruined the spectacle, causing the ire of Asdrubael Vect and forcing her to flee into the Webway.



* BattleAura: The Yncare generates from its belly and is surrounded by wailing souls.

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* BattleAura: The Yncare Yncarne generates from its belly and is surrounded by wailing souls.



* BirthDeathJuxtaposition: The birth of the Yncare was done in coordination with Biel-Tan's Infinity Circuit's death.

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* BirthDeathJuxtaposition: The birth of the Yncare Yncarne was done in coordination with Biel-Tan's Infinity Circuit's death.



* PowerFloats; The Yncarne hovers over the ground instead of walking like the Avatar of Khaine.

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* PowerFloats; PowerFloats: The Yncarne hovers over the ground instead of walking like the Avatar of Khaine.



* PurpleIsPowerful: Its entire body is, in canon, purple. It also happens to be one of the most powerful entity that isn't Titan-sized you can field on the tabletop.

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* PurpleIsPowerful: Its entire body is, in canon, purple. It also happens to be one of the most powerful entity entities that isn't Titan-sized you can field on the tabletop.
23rd Mar '17 8:02:47 AM SorPepita
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* FantasticRacism: Despite the Fall and the resulting destruction of their empire and sundering of their people, the Eldar generally have a substantial superiority complex, seeing all other sapient species as, at best, tools to be used and discarded should the need arise (and ignored otherwise), or at worst, a blight to be eradicated. Even the Eldar racial term for humans, [[SonOfAnApe "mon-keigh]]," means "those who are to be exterminated." That being said, apart from the Tau, the Eldar actually have the best relations with humans, which says more about the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil other races]] than anything else. In-game, this is reflected in the Allies matrix having the the Craftworld Eldar, Harlequins, and Dark Eldar[[note]]the former two of which get along fine but hate the Dark Eldar, and the feeling is very much reciprocated[[/note]] considered "Battle Brothers", while any other potential allies among the lesser races are "Allies of Convenience" at best.

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* FantasticRacism: Despite the Fall and the resulting destruction of their empire and sundering of their people, the Eldar generally have a substantial superiority complex, seeing all other sapient species as, at best, tools to be used and discarded should the need arise (and ignored otherwise), or at worst, a blight to be eradicated. Even the Eldar racial term for humans, [[SonOfAnApe "mon-keigh]]," means "those who are to be exterminated." That being said, apart from the Tau, the Eldar actually have the best relations with humans, which says more about the [[AlwaysChaoticEvil other races]] than anything else. In-game, this is reflected in the Allies matrix having the the Craftworld Eldar, Harlequins, and Dark Eldar[[note]]the former two of which get along fine but hate the Dark Eldar, and the feeling is very much reciprocated[[/note]] considered "Battle Brothers", while any other potential allies among the lesser races are "Allies of Convenience" at best.
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For the Eldar pantheon, see Characters/Warhammer4000EldarGods.

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For the Eldar pantheon, see Characters/Warhammer4000EldarGods.
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