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like will theire ws be halved by the grimoire of true names and will the daemonhammer strike in initiative order? they aren't truly warp beasts so this goes against daemons as their star gods, but then again i thought all godly things were daemons (like the eldar avatar)
just hoping my imperial army with a grand master has a little extra chance against my friends necron army =D
As far as I know they do not. I dont own a necron codex but unless it says they count as a daemon like it does for the avatar they do not.
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The C'Tan are most definately not Daemons. By definition, Daemons are made up of the Warp, and, the C'Tan are the most anti-Warp beings in the game because they have absolutely no power in the Warp. They are the Masters of the Physical Universe.
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Use snipers. They aren't daemons.
A C'Tan is a Monstrous Creature and not subject to daemonic instabilty, and it says in the Necron Codex that the immaterium (warp) is an anathema to the Star Gods.
In other words it can not ever be sent to the warp, the very place where daemons come from and therefore is not a Daemon.
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