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Is it posibohl that 1 of the star gods create the tyranits? Following to codex necrons tyranits ignore certain dead worlds whit necron activity.
This has been discussed before, the answer is no. The Tyranids ignore dead worlds because there is no biomass for them. So a Dead world is completely worthless to the Tyranids. They are controlled by the Hive mind, not the C'tan.
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It is Tyranids not Tyranits and possible not posibohl and with not whit.
I totally agree, they avoid those worlds because they lack biomass. However I think it's perfectly possible that C'tan number 4 is in fact the Hivemind itself, or just created the tyranids. The hivemind blacks out the warp, sounds like a C'tan's doing. And just think of all the souls that C'tan can drink while the 'nids slaughter system after system.... :ph34r:
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Ooh star cods. How do you fish for those I wonder?
Mmmmmmm Star Cod. Well I have heared theires that The Oustider created the Tyrannds or even just led them to the univers but they never had enough fluff to back it up.
00:12:50-) (+Hard_Aun|sleepage) anyway, three months back i got out of bed and came downstairs loud, fast and naked with a club
Nah, it was the Space Halibuts.
What was the point of that post el_marto, I fail to see it. Most likely because there is no point it making it spam which is not allowed, warning level up.
No the Star cods did not create Tyranids, but i do hear they do an AWESOM fish and chips!!!
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There has been talk about how the Outsider created the Tyranids, but there's no actual evidence, this topic has been discussed numerous times, I think it's pointless, and should be locked.
"And whoever wants to be a creator in good and evil, must first be an annihilator and break values. Thus the highest evil belongs to the greatest goodness: but this is--being creative."
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