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Sorry MT.. Was wondering what Dark Eldar use as building mats.
Wraith bone or metals.. seems if they are "old Eldar" they would use wraith bone, but how do they grow it without bone singers?
No one knows what Dark Eldar use to make their vehicles or build their structures. More than likely, they steal what they need to build more equipment and have some method of twisting it to suit their own purposes. Maybe they use people. They don't use wraithbone because it is a difficult material to grow, even for the Eldar, and without Bonesingers, they certainly can't make it into anything useful. In fact, the Dark Eldar steal wraithbone from the Eldar to use in some of their wargear, which specifically mentions captured Wraithguard.
They're pirates. I presume most of their equipment would be...pirated.
Although half of Comorragh is in the Warp anyway, so the material shouldn't matter.
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Damn it. Makes sense I guess. With a bit of luck more info will make itself apparent when the new dex comes out
They certainly can't use wraithbone, because they don't have any kind of psychic training, and those who are gifted are liable to have their souls sucked out.
I'd guess they use some kind of advanced but mundane plastic, as with the craftworlders. Not everything the craftworld eldar build is made of wraitbone, only thing which are required to be massively strong or psychoconductive. Things like mesh armour are just made from advanced plastics, I think.