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Although they look a lot like people on the surface, Eldar have pointed ears, are gawky and long-legged and move at a pace and charm that others find annoying. They' re one of the oldest breeds in the universe, and their technique mirrors this by mastering antigravity motors, disastrous power weaponry and even more miraculous tech.

Your breed is naturally psychological, more than any other breed in the area. Consequently, many Eldar instruments are built on neuropsychotropic technology, while their psycars are among the most powerful beings in the world. But with this spiritual force comes a spirit able to deal with far greater excesses, passion and obsession than other races, and that is what was fatal to the Eldar.

Eldar story is very old, barely understandable and has not survived the demise of their own galvanic realm. The Eldar know that they were long, long ago made by an old breed to fight the Necroons and their C' tan Master, but both their makers and their foes were killed, and the Eldar were abandoned as the dominating power in the universe before humanity had even ruled the fire.

The Eldar became decade old and began to amuse themselves with ever more extremist deeds as they sought new emotions to enjoy them. From this millennial dissipation-orgia, the psychological power fused into a new Chaos God of Abundance, Slaanesh, whose genesis swallowed the soul of much of her species, killing most of her panthéon and leaving the Eye of Terror as a constant curse over the entire universe.

The Eldar were on the verge of dying out and fighting for survival at all costs. In the age of technology, mankind expanded in the Eldar shadows of the Eldar in the space age, but the fast-growing number of man psyques, coupled with the psychological feed-back in warp through the wild edonism of the later Eldar community, caused massive winds that made it virtually unfeasible for man to cross the warp, and contributed significantly to the breakdown of the age of technology into the age of struggle that almost eradicated the world.

Slaanesh' s rebirth consumed and soothed a gigantic amount of warming force that could be controlled by humans and paved the way for the Emperor's Great Crusade and the empire's ascent when the Eldar became a remnant of their former powerful. At the present situation, one could call humanity's relation to the Eldar an uproar.

No side may like or trust the other, and much has been shed, but transient coalitions can and will occur as conditions arise, as many of the other parties are threatening both groups in equal measure and the Eldar puzzling intrigues allow them to trade and fight with the aspiring monkey when necessary.

While the different Eldar fractions have very different ways of performing, they are all quick and powerful, but also relatively delicate with poor armour, and it takes more skill and skill to perform well than simpler fractions like the Space Marines or Necrons. You can find out more about these mysterious extraterrestrials in The Path Of The Eldar series.

The Eldar weapon can fire up to 100s of monocular shuriks, fragments of broken glasses that have been treated with viruses and hurtful toxines, strings of monofilaments or all using warp energies. Eldar sabers are described with monocular borders and "microcrystalline blades" as known. "The aesthetics of technology: The Eldar technique is based on fluid bends and the Craftworld Eldar and Harlequins have an almost entirely organically designed look.

The Dark Eldar technique is similar, but much more strongly oriented towards knives, pegs and other gruesome tang. While the Craftworld Eldar and Harlequin look more like armoured speed boats and jet skis than traditional warplanes, the Dark Eldar skimmer looks like fast moving, sharp-edged sailboats. Arch-Enemy: Slaanesh, who in autumn has a good flavour for Eldar spirits and tries to delight in the survivor.

Eldar call you She Who Thirst. Eldars were made by the ancients as instruments against the Necroons, and in the present day environment they see the Necroons as horrific horrors that they combat with the same passion as chaos.

The Eldar once dominated the great major part of the world. Then, their realm collapsed as the Eye of Terror devoured their home worlds and the cry of Slaneesh destroyed most of their races, except those who were on the webway or far enough away from their home worlds to prevent the psychological setback.

In the Webway, the large Eldar communities finally merged with the dark city of Comorragh. These Eldars, who occupied the empire's solid, self-supporting and semi-nomadic merchant vessels, still float through the universe in their trade worlds that are completely separate from one another. Every group went through a certain level of culturally development, and now they have little resemblance to each other or to the old Eldar Empire.

The Eldar perfume crystallises instead of scab. Eldar and Dark Eldar are the only ones in the pack with clearly feminine torso. Cassandra' s truth: Much of Eldar Socialism ignored the warning of its visionaries that their decades would devastate their civilisation and terribly remunerated them.

Due to its intrinsic hostility towards foreigners and the Eldar's well-deserved repudiation of being tampering and opportunist, the empire in most cases either disregards or refuses any kind of Eldar prophesy or tip. Webway, an inter-dimensional portal network between warp and real space, allows the Eldar to eliminate the issues associated with warp-travelling.

That doesn't mean that the webway is without its own dangers, as parts of it are in decay, while the Dark Altar has established a terrible civilisation in its darkness part. Empirical perceptions of the Eldar as a whole in the world. It' not helping that people have trouble keeping Eldar Corsars and Dark elldar Brethren apart, but even those who can keep the faction groups together will remember how Eldar from the same Craftworld will help them in one fight and then kill them again in another.

And the best thing you can say about the Eldar is that they act in their own interests. Don't rely on their looks, for the Eldar are as foreign to the good, sincere people as the wicked tyranids and wild orcs. Eldar as a whole pride themselves on the fact that other kinds "know the sciences of combat, but not warfare.

" Dark Eldar goes even further and tries to make fun, exciting or audacious deaths to gain fame. Though it is undeniable that the abilities of the Eldar Wars, the refinement of their technologies and the power of their psycs are unsurpassed, they are lacking the rugged orcs' orcs' orcs, the vast numbers of tyranids and the brute firing power of the Empire, so they cannot expect to defeat them in rectilinear open country slogs.

Eldar's perfect mission is a totally surprising assault with a high level of aerial assistance and psyche deployment aimed at the opponent's cross or a weakness in his defense. Eldar War Spirit squishes their bewildered and frightened enemies with stunning velocity, fire power and cruelty and then retreats before hostile power can be consolidated or strengthened, hopefully with very few to no atrocities.

The Eldar's dependence on guerrillas and asymmetrical military action makes them known to the other breeds as cowards and weaker. The acts of an Eldar war spirit may seem confusing to external observer who do not have the psychological anticipation and awareness that these apparently accidental or conflicting acts promote a sole purpos.

Eldar survivors are all over the chart. Craftworld Eldar and Exodites refused the decades of their forefathers for the disciplines of the way or a more simple life on a girl's world. He averts this by voluntarily pursuing the way of life that lead to the fall and only modifying it to rescue his own Soul.

A corsair goes a line between these extreme and tends to lead a lush and exuberant life without reaching the level of the Dark Eldar. The Eldar, who believe they are worthy of doom, even refuses to just pale. The Eldar have sometimes been described as a post cyberpounk-like version of Dungeon Munk.

By nature, their technique is magnetic (and contains very little metal) for an outside observer and is largely connected to their psychic powers. They are also in a very stereotypical environment and always on the brink of extinction, but they can assert themselves because of their technologies and magicks, and they are mainly racial and supremacistic.

Dieing Race: The whole Eldar breed must perish for their Savior-God to be born, but Slaanesh swallows Eldar Spirits so that they want to survive as long as possible, even if it means the danger of end. Just being birthed is enough to condemn the Eldar to Slaanesh. Eldar home worlds still persist in the Eye of Terror, but have been turned into horrible crown worlds populated by all sorts of demonic monsters.

Nevertheless, many antique artefacts (including spiritual stones) stay on them, so that Eldar occasionally carries out attacks to salvage such gems. In spite of the case and the resulting devastation of their realm and the division of their tribe, the Eldar generally have a considerable supremacy system, since they see all other Sapiet races at best as instruments that they must use and throw away when necessary (and otherwise ignored), or at best as a plague to be destroyed.

The Eldar race concept for human beings, "mon-keigh", even means "those who are to be exterminated". "Aside from the T'au, the Eldar actually have the best relationships with people, which says more about the other breeds than anything else. This was mirrored in the Sixth and Seventh Editions' grid of Alliance forces by the Craftworld Eldar, Harlequins, and Dark Eldarnote, the first two of which get along well together but hates the Dark Eldar, and the feel is referred to as "Battle Brothers," while all other possible confederates among the smaller breeds were at best "Allies of Convenience.

Irrespective of the group, the Eldar are known to be very quick and nimble combatants and to have cars that can virtually walk around the other groups. This comes at a cost, however, since neither wrathbone nor the Dark Eldar equivalence are almost as long-lasting as the armour used by some other fractions.

Eldar has several motion improvement guidelines in the match, such as Fleetnote, which the players can throw again in the attack period, and Battle Focusnote, which allows the players to either fire and then run or run and then fire in the firing period; all other fractions must select one or the other; their armour is all a quick skimmer note, which gives them greater motion ranges; and their jet bikes can move much further than the other fractions.

Eldar armour is 5+, however, which is very poor compared to space marines (typically 3+ or 2+/5++ for terminators), and the tenacity of their craft is generally quite low. The Dark Eldar cars are even fainter, as many of them are open topped, making them more destructible.

The Eldar, together with their enhanced portability, have terrifyingly mighty weaponry which, according to their factions and weaponry, has a number of disastrous consequences, but which are counteracted by their already mentioned light armour and vulnerable craft. The Dark Dar Darks are one of the most difficult troops to defeat in the match, as they can do a great deal of harm very quickly, but can take large pieces out of your troops even if your enemy fires a level foes.

Prior to the downfall, some Eldar deliberately tried to build a new divinity because they believed that they would be recompensed with joy beyond mere death. Sadly, they got Slaanesh, who "rewarded" them by swallowing their soul. The Eldar have not only abandoned most of their gods, they also have their own Ragnarok Rhana Dandra, which will lead to the devastation of both the surviving Eldar and Chaos and the world and immatter.

Dunkeleldar and Craftworld Eldar practise in each case in extreme cases. Eldars in general and especially the exodite realms have a tendency to be quite isolated and hostile to foreigners (at least to non-Eldar). The Craftworld Dorhai is an example of the extremes, considering itself home to the only untouched Eldar in the universe and refusing to interact with others.

They are a star civilisation, much longer than any other currently races except the Nekroons, and their technologies reflect that. Craftworld Eldar and Harlequins are merging psychological forces and traditional mechanisms. The Dark Eldar technique is almost entirely mechanic due to its absence of psychological impact, but still as progressive as its unspoilt relatives.

Instead of depending on defective power arrays, many Eldar troops, especially among the Craftworld Eldar or Harlequins, use "holofields" to dispel and shift their images, making it almost inconceivable for the enemies to make a fixed strike on them. Eldar may look very similar to man, but inside they are definitely different.

One xenological dissection shows that the Eldar have little to no bodily fats, "teeth" growing out of their jawbone, fins in the form of merged "wings", long-lasting but supple bone in general, interlocking resilient muscle constructed for velocity and motion, a second " rib cage " of bone panels under their abs and a multilobebrains.

People through strange eyes: At best, the Eldar see people as barbarian upstarters who repeat the same errors that have brought about the downfall and feed the chaos gods through continual battle and deaths. Best-case scenario, people are hardly better than pests, which attack the birth right of the Eldar (a place taken by the extreme anti-human craft worlds) or the cattle to be killed (the general opinion of the Dark Eldar).

Eldar don't make low-speed cars. The Eldar ships, which include the giant craftworlds, are marginal because of their Wraithbones. Most of Eldar's technologies are founded on the interplay of psychological forces with traditional element. Practically all their technologies use a mental barrier, and some are directly inspired by the spirits of the deaths.

As well as a place to store the soul of the deceased, the Infinite Circle, which passes through every craft world, is a huge data base to which the alive can connect psychologically in order to ask the question, to search for the deceased's knowledge or to transmit news to others about the craft world, almost like a computer intranet.

Wraithbone, which encompasses the major part of Eldar technique, is described as consolidated mental power. "Eldar " was JRR Tolkien's promise to the fairies. And it also has the sound of "elder", a suitable name for an old breed. Neither of the various battle troops of the Eldar Group has such a thing as the army disciplines and structures of other breeds, but for that part of the Eldar they do not seem to need them.

If the Eldar are to choose between protecting their own family and the well-being of another kind, they will always choose their own kind. It' totally natural when you look at their Dying Racing state..... it just isn't much pleasure to be the one getting fucked in their place, especially after the Eldar have determined that a few thousand of their lifes are going to be several million dollars.

Eldars look fragile in comparison to human beings, but are just as powerful thanks to their powerful musculature. Eldar is a very complicated standard vocabulary for most languages, where a given term can have several verbal and metaphoric connotations, dependent on its position in relation to other words and the physical vocabulary of the individual who says it.

Slaanesh', and the Eldar who remain see it and the resulting messy corrupt practices that have relieved it as a sign of great embarrassment. Whilst they would strongly insult such an assertion, the Eldar are very similar to the human empire, both fighting against chaos and an enemy universe, and both consider alienated species as either vermin or things that must perish.

of the Empire's policies towards the Eldar as a whole. During the Great Crusade, several craft worlds were devastated, and only in 852 M41 were the Space Marines of the invaders' section able to siege and annihilate Craftworld Idharae, but other efforts to exterminate the Eldar did not go well.

So the Empire finds casual encounters with the Eldar better than the casualties they would suffer in a real genocide against them. For many of the higher eldars in the empire, the Eldars are a consumed power, and they do not need to spend valuable men and materials to accelerate the Eldar's dying out if it can be better used for things like orc invasion and chaos uprising.

Eldar are known for making one or two heroic sacrifices to protect people from various types of threat, but these are mostly conscious efforts to gain affection for a greater use. The Eldar, on the other side, show some reverence for the dew despite their pride, and the Dawn Of War stories speak of the exchange of prisoners for both sides.

They will surpass even our greatest deeds over the course of the years and overcome the dark in their soul. The psychic power-increasing technologies in this environment often contain a kind of "mineral resonance". Since the Eldar are champions of such "techno-witchery", crystal or cut stone is a repetition.

It is either used alone, or in other parts of its crystal technologies. Each Craftworld and Exodite Eldar carries in their personal lives is a shared example. Normally run through the whole Eldar Force. The Eldar have several monofilaments, such as Warp Spiders' Deathspinners, which fire tortuous calves to purée unarmoured hostile forces, while Shadow Weaver gunnery decks and Night Spinner gravity fuel cells fire material to propel down on the war.

Harlequins use the harlequin kiss as a melee treatment, while the darkleldar have the shredder that shoots spiked monofilaments for gobbling and cutting. Eldars show typical symptoms of genuine ageing when they are about a millennium old. Craftworld militarist Biel-Tan continues to attempt to recapture the world. Dunkeleldar stylise themselves as successors to the Eldarmpire.

The Eldar came back to live even when Khorne, Tzeentch and Nurgle were at work. Slaanesh was born and she was hungry for Eldar-beings. If they have now passed away without something to protect their spirits, they will be reabsorbed in Slaanesh.

Eldars are very old, prudent and, above all, doomed. Therefore, the Eldar see nothing erroneous about using people as flesh guards, and will reveal their" comrades" to tens of thousands as soon as it is beneficial to do so without a second thought. Dark Eldar leads this to even greater - and more frightening - extremes:

Had you not been taken captive by my ministers and not failed in some disease or misfortune, you would have died on your own planets within another twenty years. The spiritual rocks of an Eldar ships give the ships own personality: The Empire routinely disregards the Eldar's alarms and simply fires them instead of quarrels.

Since the Eldar have no pleasing beyond to wait for them, after they have made Slaanesh, their soul is inevitably gathered from here. Cross-check the Craftworld and other Eldar styles against the Dark Eldar and you'll see the differences. Other Eldar dresses are close but relatively unassuming, and often farsers are wearing artistic garments over their clothing and armour.

The Darkleldars, especially their Wych cult, show their body in stark contrasts, for it is a sign of prestige and skill to be able to endure deadly battle with minimum armour and clothes. The Eldar boats use these for sub-light voyages. That makes it difficult to use Battlefleet Gothic, because you have to keep an eye on the edges of the tables from which the heat shines, and Eldar boats move at different rates of speed according to their angles.

Eldar breed as a whole, but in different directions: Type I and II Craftworld Eldar are used in combination. The Dark Eldar is a particularly evil mixture of Type I and III. Craftworld Eldar is even known for turning to counterfeiting, and many of its expellees are powerful corsair navies. Dunkeleldar are essentially racist, and some of their skimmers' shipments even have crash barriers for board-leveling.

Gothic-speaking Eldar do this in a very high, meticulous index; their own languages are often interpreted in the same way. The result is a crowning moment of Funny in Path of the Warrior when a stripping Scorpio makes a fun movie without ever changing that key. Eldar: Almost all of them are, although Not So Stoic comes into the picture quite often.

Eldar will never miss a opportunity to point out how powerful, unreasonable, foolish people are. Say the races that have created a Chaos God, not to speak of the presence of their terrifying Commitee brothers. Eldars have the common racist benefits of stick fancy-elfs. Since most Eldar technologies are made of psychologically delicate material such as wraithbones.

Because of the faction's reluctance to each other, Eldar-Imperial team-ups are more likely than anything else. Old Eldar was a master of the fine arts of terracing. But the Eldar were tolerant. But since the fall, the Eldar no longer have the numbers to colonize or even monitor these so-called "virgins" world.

As the Eldars consider this no less as stealing and invading, it is the most common cause of conflicts between the craft worlds and the Empire. Eldar tends to be alive for at least a thousand years, although their life span generally correlated with psychological capacity and education. From the Haemonculi's art to their vampire lifestyle, the dark eldars are functional and eternal, although this is also their bane, for their soul can disintegrate with time.

Eldar do enough crap to be qualified as rogues, albeit to a smaller degree than other wards. Gemini Telepathy: Although very seldom, Eldar Gemini have such a connection that they can feel the place, the atmosphere, even the thoughts of the other, and when one person die, the other often disappears.

Usually this method is used in later issues to make them an inhuman beautiful breed. The Vestigial Empire: It is interesting that various resources show that some Eldar consider this issue, but in almost all cases it' s a pragmatic one, and when they are about to choose to save one of their own or several people, they will choose their own way each one.

Though the Eldar hated the orcs, a perverted Uthan philospher talked very high. Eldar, who have fail, or the people who are on their way to doom? One of the great reasons why exarchs are particularly dreaded by other Eldar is that exarchs, unlike many others imprisoned on their way, are not permitted to join the circle of infinity at their deaths so that their bloodlust does not stain it.

Eldar in general want to stay as long as possible because they know that Slaanesh is on the other side for them. They have no loyalty but themselves, they do not keep a planet, and they interfere only in the business of other races for their own long-term plans.

An example from Dawn Of War: If the Eldar Dark Crusade wins, they not only destroy all other fractions, but also their interests on the planets, and leave the planets an unlawful, autonomous residue. So the Empire certainly relates to them, since every Eldar is borne with psychological power.

Other than the often instable humans, the Eldar slowly unfold their power and develop power and power in a multitude of fields, be it as an artisan, healing, Wright or visionary. However, the Dunkeleldar undermine this because their psychological capacity has dwindled due to a more physically focused civilization, and because the use of these skills can draw Slaanesh's interest.

Asuryan, the phoenix king, was the chief of the Aeldari pantheon and the oldest of all deity. During the Aeldari mystery cycle, Asuryan was in charge of building the boundary between the realms of the deities and the human cosmos and placing Isha and Kurnous in the hands of Khaine to keep them in the Aeldari.

At least for the Eldar. A Craftworld adopted the Evil Eye of Asuryan because he can murder with a death bolt. Ashuryan was very useful to the Eldar. While Asuryan acknowledged that Khaine punished Isha and her man Kurnous for still communicating with the Eldar, it was a flaw. He' the head of the Eldar mantheon.

Laughing Cegorach is the Aldari' s godside and the only goddess who survived the case relatively unharmed after fleeing into the Webway's shelter while she who was thirsty fought Khaine. Cegorach, the Harlequin's protector, is also known as the Great Harlequin and danced with his tribe against Slaanesh for ten thousand years.

Proud, be it of men or his comrades. The Great Big Library of Everything: He designed the Black Library of Chaos, which is a shady craftworld within the webway, watched over by the Harlequins, and serves as a storehouse for the Eldar race's cumulative understanding of chaos and how it works, which includes works such as Magnus the Red's Book of Magnus purchased after the war.

The Harlequins of Cegorach annoy and hinder chaos when and where they can. While the Eldar was falling, when a new born Slaanesh was occupied to eat the Eldar Panthéon, Cegorach got into the webway. She was one of the companions of the Aeldari Panthéon, and it was her desire to guard her human babies that led Asuryan to divide the human kingdom from that of the deities.

Isha, one of the three gods who survived the case, was taken prisoner by Nurgle and is trapped in the villa of the plague god. Craftworld Ulthwe uses Isha's crying eyes as a symbolic motif. Isha' s spiritual rocks, made of her eyes so that she could comunicate with the Eldar (after Asuryan divided the celestial and human kingdoms to quench the wrath of his brethren Khaine), would help the Eldar not to let their soul be called by Slaanesh.

Slaanesh' Isha was "saved" by Nurgle and now lives in a cave in the pestilence orchard of God's chaos, which serves as a test rabbit for Nurgle's scourges. The whole Eldar races. Slaanesh bravely struggled against She Who Thirst when he eaten the most of the pantheons of Khaine in the autumn, but was eventually beaten and thrown into the human cosmos, where his broken quintessence became the avatars who are at the center of every craft world.

Destructor Deity: The Eldar venerate Khaine as a warrior and destroyer, as Khaine is in charge of killing the only greatest heroe the Eldar had and was in charge of torture another of their deity. At present, he is worshipped by the Aspect Warriors, the Eldar Wars, who have given up their appetite for battle, as their warrior and their deity.

Big Offscreen War: Khaine started the war in heaven to stop Lileath's prediction of his passing because of the Eldar. As the Dark Darter worships Khaine. This is only required by Craftworld Eldar when they offer an exar for the revival of an avatar. erkass Gods: Khaine is the most powerful and aggressively of the Eldar Gods.

Above all, he killed Eldanesh, the Eldar's greatest heroe, just to cause more trouble. Slaanesh crushed Khaine, but fragments of his mind can be described as the Avatar of Khaine and brought into shape. He went to fight with the Eldar because he learned of a premonition in which he would be blown to bits by the Eldar.

It was Lileath who was eaten by Slaanesh in the autumn. At the end she was a pretty virgin who would be the first godly sacrifice of the great enemy Slaanesh. Being the youngest and most handsome of the Aeldari deities, Lileath embodied the Aeldari' s past with its links to the virgin world, the world of paradise that was terraced before the collapse for colonization in the world.

Eldar was the first Eldar goblin of Slaanesh. Throughout the war in heaven, Morai-Heg declined to tell Asuryan the final destiny of the deities and was finally eaten with the remainder of the panthéon in autumn. Motifs of the body: Craftworld Iybraesil use the Morai-Heg palm as a symbolic element. Wilted, old and deaf Morai-Heg is the third of the three great Aeldari godships who is the crown for Lileath's Maid and Isha's mother.

A smithy of the handicapped deities, Vaul is basically the Space Elf variant of the old Hephaestus. Blacksmithed by the gods: Vaul is the God of the Forge and is charged with making arms from blades to Blackstone Fortresses, arcane space stations with the might to shatter asterisks.

The Ynnead is the death deity, allegedly made of the Aeldari' s deaths' shared awareness, limited to the infinite circles of any craft world. Embiguously Evil: Nobody is sure if Ynnead will be a new hopeful for the Eldar or a repetition of the Slaanesh-event? The Ynnead is an Anti-Slaanesh, a newly born gods who has been established and authorized by the reception of innumerable Eldaruls.

As it worked, the trial was destroying many Eldar minds, destroying the craft world, and it is possible that early childbirth could have other, unintentional repercussions on Ynnead. Eldar noted a burgeoning divinity becoming pregnant in the infinity circles of the craft worlds. You thought it would ruin Slaanesh. The Ynnead is a burgeoning Eldar godhead that grows in the infinity circles of the artisan worlds, and some visionaries believe that once the last of the Eldar dies, their conjugated minds will awake to create a new God of the dead who is able to conquer Slaanesh once and for all and enable the Eldar to be born again in a better state.

Obviously, considering that the last god made of Eldar's soul was Slaanesh himself, there's really no assurance what Ynnead will do if he exists. Others, such as Eldrad Ulthran and the Harlequins, tried to find holes in these prophecies so that the Eldar would not die out before he was saved.

The jury is still out as good or poor a thing that is, but said Avatar's birthday BROKE Craftworld Biel-Tan. have established a company within the webway. His old hordes, his files, watched over by a shadowy dance. "The Harlequins are the followers of Cegorach, the laughing God, one of the few Eldar gods who survived the Nativity of Slaanesh.

Harlequins are the champions of the Webway, and the keepers of the great Eldar story and chaos doctrine hidden within it, the legendary Black Library. Wherever they are needed, they hike - or may be led - sometimes with shows of Eldar myth and story, on other opportunities with their relatives on the field of battle to practice their aerobatics in a different way.

In both Craftworlds and Commorragh, the Harlequin "Great Work" is the reunification of Eldar and the demolition of Slaanesh. Although apparently frail, their war gear and unparalleled psychic skills make them hard to shoot, but they can move easily in rough terrains, and their guns make them deadly both at a distance and in hand-to-hand battle.

Though they have 40,000 units since the first issue of Warhammer, the Harlequins have hardly ever been considered an independent force note beyond some informal and fan-made listings, but have been added to the Eldar groupings. The Harlequins were given their first solocode and an upgraded product line in 2015.

The Harlequins was published in May 2018. The Harlequins believe that those with extraordinary happiness are sacrificed by the laughing God and that such people often ascend to troop masters. Harlequins see no literal distinction between stunning appearances and battles for lives and dead. You only need to look at the harlequin dancer of Eldar to see the true nature of this sentence.

Dancecattler: Harlequins act as dancers, frighteningly deadly shocking troupes or both at the same theater. Harlequins will help anyone who fights chaos, regardless of existing conflict. Harlequin women usually put on disguises that can either be empty or show their opponents that their deepest anxieties come to live. Harlequins seem to choose to talk like this in the books (e.g. Theath Of The Eldar.) Maybe she affects the eternal actor of methods to bring performances into her daily conversations, or maybe they just like the sounds of rhymes.

In contrast to the colourful costumes of the remainder of a troop, a Death Jester is wearing a black dress adorned with the bone of his forerunners. Harlequins have light coloured designs on their clothing to make them more recognisable on-screen. Harlequins may come and go through Commorragh as they please, for they are the only humans in the matter that the Darkeleldar is scared of.

As well as Harlequins' facemasks, which have the power to show their most profound anxiety to an enemy, Shadow Seers can do this both with their natural mental capacities and with their Cretann Grenadier rucksacks, whose bullets produce a hologram that can be customized for any use. Containing the collected Eldar story and chaos narrative, the Black Library is hidden deeply in the webway, watched over by the harlequin-elitist.

Solitaire are solitary men who only work with troops when their ministries are needed, either as Slaanesh or on the field of war. Harlequin often influences this phenomenon in combat by using their high velocity, aerobatics and holographs to appear everywhere at once, their powerful psychological mask reflects the fear of their enemies as they look at them.

Harlequin Solitaires give their soul to Slaanesh and in turn win great powers by becoming Blitzbrüder without equal among the Eldar. Instead of being members of certain troops like other Harlequins, they travel the Galaxies, where luck can take them, and for a while join other Harlequin groups to perform certain rarities or join them in war.

Solitaire performers are the only ones who can take on the part of Slaanesh, just as anyone else who does would be inviting the chaos god's attentions (which is never good). In the Harlequin range, the Harlequin range is equipped with the portable anti-gravity sensor "Flip Belt", which reduces its actual mass.

All Eldar groups welcome a Harlequin and often mediate ceasefires and coalitions between Craftworld and Dark Eldar. The laughing God Ceverach, the Harlequin's godfather, is one of the few Eldar goddesses to have made it. From time to time he can save the solitary spirit from the condemnation of Slaanesh, but this is seldom.

The Eldar legend says he even outsmarted one of the C'tan to feed another. The Harlequin Code shows a re-discovered prophesy that the Harlequins are now working to create the conditions for Cegorach to get Slaanesh to save the Eldar in the Rhana Dandra.

All the Eldar who gave up the decade of their realm did not do so on craftworlds. As some mocked these grumpy survivors, the exodites' removal from the Eldar civilisation sped them from Slaanesh's natal cry, and in the thousands of years since the fall the expodites have lived and assimilated, while others of their relatives have fail.

They have swapped part of their race's progressive technique for a relatively basic existance of bodily labour and sobriety. The Craftworlds maintain strong links with their relatives and often maintain harlequin troops or welcome expellees from Craftworld Societies. Several Eldar, especially those of Craftworld Biel-Tan, see in these exodite worlds the seed of a new Eldar empire, but every Craftworld quickly comes to the rescue of the Exodite, who are attacked by a foreign species.

In spite of their significance for the Eldar, the Exodites had no Warhammer 40,000 rule, since a unique group of Dragon Riders was added to the codex of the second edition: Eldar, and have never had special designs. However, they provided different kinds of Eldar Knights for early issues of the great epic series.

As a rule, exodus leads a semi-nomadic lifestyle in which technologies are restricted to pre-industrial settings. They come from Eldar, who recognized the terrible corruption of their incident civilisation and led a new, sparse life in the virgin worlds on the remote frontiers of their inter-Stellar world. From this point of view, it is bigger with more overall psychological strength than the infinity circle of a craft world.

Because of this magnitude, however, this force is much more distributed and thus less able to be directed and used by the Eldar alive. As the fall occurred and the Eldar Empire was wiped out, the virgin worlds fled disaster because they were so far away. It only prohibits technologies that make their way of live easier, not equipment that they can use to protect themselves.

The Exodites renounce the technology amenities that made possible the decadence of life that resulted in Slaanesh's creations, which are typical of Craftworldism. Craftworld Eldar consider them somewhat backward, but otherwise respectable and often frequented by outcasts.

It is also customary to deal on the web between them and the craftworlds, which means that even if bad things happen, Eldar weapons will still be used by the exodite. "Juveniles do not want the disciplines of the way, but their inquisitiveness spurs them on to try every piece of fruits from the trees. So it is that so many take the pathway of migration or the pathway of damnation in their early years of maturity, and so the great drama of our species continues to unfold as the number of our peoples dwindles from generations to generations.

" Several Eldar, especially the young, do not belong in the above mentioned classes. Scrubbing under the footsteps of the craft worlds, they want to think free, feel the full spectrum of emotion or simply be themselves and not a particular calling. Other people are victims of their longing to live in an exodite and open spaces.

These Eldar are leaving their old life behind to go on the outcasts' trail and explore the universe alone or in small groups. They are faithful to their craft world and act as the eye and ear by carrying out their visionaries' mission or just providing the minds they have collected during their hikes.

The Eldar are most similar to those of the old Roman Imperium, as a pirate's live fully reveals the immoral and savage nature of the Eldar, but many remain connected to their houses and quickly help craft worlds or exodite plant. Several outcasts finally express their longing for travel and go back to their home world and resume the trail.

Other are falling in love with their new livelihood and stay willing exile, join Harlequin troops or disgrace themselves and visit the shadowy town of Commorragh. A lot of them are dying alone under far away skies, sacrifices of the self-destructive impulse that ruined the Eldar world. Xeno's 1st Corsairs were the main Eldar fraction in the Battlefleet Gothic spin-off, but are exclusively for Games Workshopâs Forge World department note, comprising retrofit sets for Guardian standards and some cars in the Warhammer 40,000 kernel match itself.

Eldar from the craft world uses the D-Cannon as a lightweight anti-tank gun, while the corsairs are known to use it in on-board missions, where they have adapted their special short-distance work. Some of what makes the Outcasts' Trail so appealing to young Eldar and too disturbing to former outcasts when they come back to the craft world to tell tales of the miracles they have seen on their journeys.

Wearing the Long Rifle by the Eldar Rangers is a misname, because it is a kind of lasers gun, similar to the Long-Las used by the emperor's shooters. The Eldar's advanced focus crystal, however, allows it to retain better penetrating properties and is fitted with a rifle scope that scans and highlights weak points in the enemy's armour so that the Ranger can take better use of them.

While not all of them opt for anti-counterfeiting, anti-counterfeiting can give them some of the luxury they would normally miss if they were not in a craft world. Attempting to unify the whole Aeldari â" to gather not only the craft worlds, but all of our race's dispersed shards, be they outcasts, exodites or soul-hungry Drukhari.

Although the Eldar have long been a races on the verge of extinction, there is still one last chance for them: However, this segment met two Aeldari in Commorragh with the name Yvraine and Visarch, who had both gone all the way of Eldar, and they became the hordes of Ynnead by announcing that not all Eldar had to die for the real shaping of Heaven.

For this purpose they assembled the powers of those who believe in their words, the Ynnari, also known as the Reborn, an association of artisans, darkelldar, corsairs and harlequin, headed by the powerful Yncarne, the Avatar of Ynnead. Arch-Enemy: To Slaanesh, as the Ynnari Ynnead followed, who is to murder Slaanesh during the Rhana Dandra, while Slaanesh and his demons are of course drawn to the view of Eldar Spirits they can enjoy.

Your determining feature, you can use all Eldar troops except the Avatar of Khaine, Mandrakes and everything from the Haemonculus Covens. Ynnari are a power of good (at least for the Eldar), but whenever they appear there will be vandalism. The Ynnari finally created their own mantheon with the Eldar deities and compared the Eldar with the deities to fill it.

It' a rather conflicting step on their side, among others, Eldar. Because the Ynnari suggested a ceasefire with the Empire, it is the only power that can help the Eldar effectively against the ascending gods of chaos. That" not everyone has to die" is quite disputed in the world.

Though the Ynnari are sympathetic to the Eldar for messing with the Dark Eldar and acting ruthlessly without consultation with all sorts of future events, they make most Craftworld Councils fearful. They' are the openers of the Seventh Way, a way that will allow the Eldar to defeat Slaanesh without killing them all, which is the best result they can have.

In a more favorable way than customary, the Revenant Discipline exclusively for the Ynnari allows them to use the might of corpse spirits or one of your spirits is mine to draw on their antagonists. It is a beneficial effect of Ynnead's might that Eldar Spirits in the Infinity Circle, used in Wraith constructions, are better awakened from their sleep and can live through everything as if they were living.

The Wraith not only make better fighters, their soul is appreciative of the more pleasant one. Ynnari are an unequal group of Eldar from Commorite Incubi, Corsairs, Biel-Tan, Ulthwé, Altansar and Harlequins and Ynnari Wars. Soulpower: The Ynnari can talk to the Spirits in the Spirit Stones and fall back on the experiences of the past Eldar.

AWAY back in the Eldar prehistory, the Eldar goddess Morai-Heg made Kaela Mensha Khaine cut off her hands so that she could have her own bloody to attain the knowledge that was in her. The Yvraine is an Eldar from the craft world of Biel-Tan, who after having wandered through the universe and being a succubus in the Commorragh pit of the arenas passed away momentarily, but was returned as the envoy of Ynnead, the Eldar deity.

Their reincarnation killed many Dark Eldar and destroyed the show, provoking the wrath of Asdrubael Vect and forced them to escape into the webway. Now Yvraine is working to fully immerse Ynnead in matter by travelling the Galaxies and the Webway to find five mystic sabers that will allow her to do just that and win more Eldar for her cause.

She has become the main and voices of the Ynnari, who interact with the various Eldar fractions and lead the Ynnari into combat when necessary. Returning from the dead: A injured Yvraine was murdered by a female priest of the Eldar goddess of fate, Morai-Heg, as she fought in the Crucibael, the largest arena in Commorragh.

As Yvraine works for the interests of the Eldar, many of them find her necromantical strength too disconcerting to work with blindfold. Yvraine's first trail was the dancer's trail, and she is still struggling with the flowing charm she has learnt during this break. While fighting the demons of Slaanesh on the crown world of Bélial IV, this practice enabled her to recreate the Harlequins' fight dancing to fight the herds of demons she was facing.

Desperate in search of a meaning in life: Yvraine went from trail to trail, mastered them all and still felt dissatisfied and led them to Commorragh. In Commorragh, Yvraine is also known as Amharoc among the Eldar pirates and as The Daughter of the Shadows. Now the Visarch is fighting for Ynnead, who is fighting through the universe with the envoy from Ynnead and the Ynnari to rescue the Eldar people.

It is also meant as a call back to some of the first Eldar series. The Visarch is wearing an elaborate carmine red plated armor in the look of Bel-Anshoc, a mythical craftsman from the period before autumn, and is covered with tens of spiritual beads. Note: An interviewee with the artist shows that he was conceived to contain items from all other Eldar factions.

Visarch is the champion of Ynnead who has been assigned to destroy the champion of Slaanesh and the other dark gods. In fact, he gave up the exarch's part ( "especially important given the determined dedication to the warrior's way that was necessary to become an exarch") and followed her to Commorragh and became an incentive just so he could keep an eyes on her.

As Exarch Laarian, Visarch Yvraine was teaching how to struggle as she went the warrior's way, and he is still acting as an adviser, since she is now the emissary of Ynnead. A former exarch, the visarch has the minds of all former Eldar who are tied to his own location.

He is also one of the first of the Ynnari to have the capacity to receive the lives of all those dying around him and to use their fighting abilities as the circumstances require. Yncarne is both a sign of reincarnation for Eldar and a horrible premonition, for he is the god of death before them.

Fighting Aura: The Yncarne creates from his stomach and is encircled by lamenting sentiments. Yncarne is said to help Eldar vanquish Slaanesh, but she is still the deity. It' is said to be a'towering monstrosity of distorted bones and souls', and finally it is the embodiment of the dead itself.

Yncarnes' forebears are so anathematic to the Chaos Gods that it is hidden from them, but somehow still somehow recognizable to demons. The Yncarne leads Vilith-zhar, the sword of the Soul. The Yncarne is a psyker that is manipulating the soul.

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