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Iv always loved the C'tan and their godly ways, but as a man of Chaos the thought of involving myself with something not touched by the Warp and all its glory saddens me, so i was wondering would it be possible at all for a C'tan to somehow gain a Warp presence equal to their presence in the Physical world?
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I highly doubt that it would be possible for a Câ€™Tan to gain a warp presence; the warp is anathema to the Câ€™Tan and is the only thing that can truly hurt them. A Câ€™Tan attempting to breach the barrier between the material dimension and the Immaterium would most likely be destroyed from exposure to the powerful energies of the warp.Originally Posted by Brigand
In fact, it has always been the great plan of the Câ€™Tan to bolster the barrier between the dimensions to prevent their enemies from drawing deadly power from the warp, which is why they have built the Pylons and created the Pariah gene that turns humans into psychic nulls and makes impossible all use of warp powers around them. If the Câ€™Tan could be rid of the warp altogether, then that would be their greatest advantage. Though I understand it must be difficult for a staunch supporter of Chaos to appreciate, Iâ€™m afraid they donâ€™t like the warp very much at all. :hmm:
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Grephaun has it..
The C'tan are the antithesis of the warp.. They hate it. That's why they breed Pariahs and build pylons to try and stamp out its influence.
Besides, they don't exactly need psychic powers, they seem to have a fairly impressive ability to bend the laws of physics already.
Speaking of the antithesis of the warp, I wonder if the Eldar weapons that the deciever destroyed or locked away were weapons that involved the warp...
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Like the Blackstone Fortresses (Talismans of Vaul)?Originally Posted by Zero Blizzard
A fully operational Blackstone Fortress was the most devastating vessel in the galaxy at that time. Its many weapons utilised a knowledge of warp technology which far surpasses that of even the Eldar. Whatever the exact process involved, it seems that the Fortress' primary wapons were able to slice through the barriers seperating the warp and realspace, unleashing a beam of pure immaterium. The fluctuating energies within the beam could, most worryingly, bypass a vessel's shields and rend ships apart. This technology could be used to tear through the fabric of space and unleash an unstoppable warp-shockwave which would obliterate anything in its path.
It is said that the Blackstone Fortesses are the only weapons that could truly kill a C'tan. As said by Eldrad himself (not exaclty, don't remember all the words correctly), "The Deciver seeks to destroy the Talismans of Vaul and without them we are chanseless against the Star-Gods."
It is also said that it was Vaul, the Forge-God of the Eldar, himself that created the Talismans and many other anti-C'tan-weapons. This is not confiremd though.
There is indications that there where only six remaining Fortresses and three of them were captured by Abbadon, these were destroyed in the aftermath of the Gothic War and the 13th Black Crussade, and the other three were destroyed during the Gothic War.