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    it doesnt say much about what they take prisoner, or what could they take prisoner. i mean i dont think a tyrnid understands the concept of a prisoner so id guess it would keep fighting. Could the DE take a twisted and coruppted csm and touter him or would he fight till the last drop? what about orks, would they keep on 'mashing and "runching until they chopped him up?

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    They use chains, drugs, temporary paralysis, tranquilizers, etc. Those who do not serve well as prisoners are brought to the arenas of Commoragh to fight the Wyches. If you read the story about Lelith, she sticks it to 10 of what sound like Tyranids.
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    DE can take prisoners of any race except necrons because they vanish into dust and go back to whereever they came from(i hate them they are just space marines who came back from the dead)

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    If Crons didn&#39;t vanish though, it would even make sense for DE to capture them NOT for torture, but to check out their technology in order to use living metal/gauss technology and fuse it with their already formidable dark matter technology.
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    But necrons don&#39;t feel pain so no fun for the haemonculus but if they did capture a necron it could be quite usefull in the arena because when it dies it comes back to life so you can use him for more than 1 fight. In my opinion orks would be the best to take back because they are tough and survive the experiments so we can try more,and perfect the art of pain.

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    I am very confused with this slaves idea. Is this for DArk ELdar fantasies? As you can&#39;t do this in the game and just used for story info? Or vice versa?
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    Read your codex. Captured enemy models are worth victory points for DE. We capture enemy models when we over-run a fleeing enemy in a sweeping assault. Of course, under the TVR, there wasn&#39;t any sweeping assault, so this wasn&#39;t much of a factor. Fortunately in 4th Ed., sweeping assault is back.

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    I strongly advise that Dark Eldar players avoid the slave raid mission for serious games* as I recently got into a battle I actually couldn’t win :lol: (Entire enemy army was fearless and since the mission was random I had no slave snares)

    *However for a bit of fun certain rules could be overlooked and changed, such as saying the Dark Eldar can capture Necrons because they came prepared with Stasis Devices etc. :w
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    But necrons don&#39;t feel pain so no fun for the haemonculus but if they did capture a necron it could be quite usefull in the arena because when it dies it comes back to life so you can use him for more than 1 fight. In my opinion orks would be the best to take back because they are tough and survive the experiments so we can try more,and perfect the art of pain.
    Like I stated, the sole and only reason for capturing Necrons would be to experiment with gauss technology to further the Dark Eldar&#39;s own power and technology.
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