the tyranids never die they will just move to another galaxy.the necrons would probably lose,dont ask why i just dont like them.
Hear, hear. Addoran's post has been the best I've read on this topic for a while (given that this is the only 40k forum I read, that's been a few months). But me being me, I'm going to pick holes in it as I see it.The_Giant_Mantis said:I've got to applaud Addoran. That's a pretty definitive post.
just standing up for orks here the armagedon WAR isnt a planet its an entire system. it was centralled around the planet ARMAGEDDON. and it is still going on now. they kind of reached a stale mate.Addoran said:I If I remember right the largest Waagh on record was the battle 3rd battle for Armageddon for a single planet, and although fighting rages the largest Waagh has not even captured this one planet. So in short, although the possibility of the Orks uniting would mean their victory, it is sufficiently unlikely for me to put the Orks here.
Well, I can´t point out the fluff for you, but I understand from a lot of people in here that the eldar stopped reproducing after the fall, and that was supposed to be the reason why their numbers were declining. I understood that the reason for it was that the fall rendered the eldar chicks infertile, but I could also imagine that, considering that the eldar feels emotions hundreds of times stronger than humans, and that they have lost close to everything and is now in deep sh*t, simply can´t get in the mood or something.Xerxes said:And what did Farseer Sareld mean by the Eldar women becoming fertile again? I just thought that was the way the Eldar bred; it's humans that are exeptionally prolific breeders (this is even stated in Fantasy Warhammer), not that the Eldar are for some bizzarre reason infertile.
Actually I mentioned it earlier. Although my post wasn't exactly serious, so you probably paid no heed, oh heedless one.librarian Augustine said:One thing I can't believe is that no one here has mentioned the rhandra dandra. the final battle against chaos.