Why do you guys shill for any 40k faction other than Chaos? Chaos is going to win, no matter what you do

Why do you guys shill for any 40k faction other than Chaos? Chaos is going to win, no matter what you do

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Cus who gives a shit who gets to shout "Im da winner" when the stars explode and the universe shits itself apart. I'm havin a blast with me mates stompin gits and lootin and theres nothin you can do about that

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >w-we will win in the end, trust me
    I hope this comforts you on your pyre, heretic.

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Until Necrons come and kill you all

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      And nids eat everyone too

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      has enough soul in them to have lucius take them over so still vulnerable

      And nids eat everyone too

      >biggest jobbers in the entire setting
      >winning

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        all nids care about is eating and the biggest hive fleets are always just the scouting parties.
        Hang on, why aren't we all rooting for the bigs since we're all gonna be eaten anyways?

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Sorry but don't you have a CBT session with an ultramarine librarian to get to

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      And nids eat everyone too

      From what I've seen, the most likely ending to 40k is the tyranids eating everyone and then the necrons exterminating the tyranids.
      Anyone who thinks chaos or anyone else is winning is kidding themselves.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I find your lack of faith disturbing.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because literally everyone has a win condition, and if anything Chaos has some of the most obvious fail-states. Necrons, Nids, Orks, even Chaos Winning is Chaos Losing because they'll just destroy too much life and go into a chaos coma again.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      not realizing that Chaos will win and all of reality will fall into the warp so GW can announce its new game series

      "Age Of Emperormar 50K"

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        40k actually makes money unlike fantasy so they're not going to squat it

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Craftworld Eldar are a tragic dying race that resonates with me

    always reminded of the Ending of Soma when it comes to the Eldar

    ?t=635

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Craftworld Eldar are a tragic dying race that resonates with me
      >t. cuck

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >always reminded of the Ending of Soma when it comes to the Eldar

      How?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        a quick wiki look will tell you dude

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          eldar souls are not uploaded to a computer

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Are you sure?

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Are you sure?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah right. They only get uploaded into hard storage and networked together. Completely different.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You are retarded, souls in 40k exist per the lore, do you think the warp is a computer? because thats where the soul goes if it isn't captured in a soulstone, which is just an unnatural gem that forms on daemon worlds.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You are a shining example of the kind of confidence all brainlets should aspire to.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                ok so you are actually retarded and are inserting your materialistic bullshit into 40k. Gotcha, you are a complete cretin.
                The Infinity circuit is just a repository of souls.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                You're not even talking to the same anon. Just chiming in on what an absolute moron you are. 🙂

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                you are super mad your dumb theory got btfo out. Just proving every soma fan is a dunning-Kruger pseud

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Sure, in soma and 40k the minds of the eldar/humans are preserved by uploading them into a computer but I feel like that’s where the thematic similarities end. The infinity circuit takes the actual soul of the eldar rather than just making a copy like in soma and the infinity circuit isn’t the eldar’s last hope like the ark is, it still needs constant protection and maintained by living eldar whereas humanity’s existence is saved just by having launched the ark

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Votann are a better comparison

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    40k isn't fantasy, there are many anti-Chaos mechanisms in place and considering there are probably only a few thousand CSM total they'll burn out long before the nids and crons reach their full strength.

    Also, in Norse mythology, the defeat of the humans and gods was assured, but you're not going to root for the giants are you?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >but you're not going to root for the giants are you?
      Yes.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Also, in Norse mythology, the defeat of the humans and gods was assured
      Talk about an oversimplification.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Care to elaborate?

        Achually as per the Völuspa some of the gods and all the giants kill each other after which Balder and Höder will be reborn and along with Heimdall lead humanity in a land of plenty.
        The ending featuring Nidhögg coming from under the mountains with human cadavers hanging from his wings is obscure and debated and could, to mention a few readings indicate a cyclical view of time and that Ragnarök is going ot occur again or that the dead are being brought to this new world to live again

        Pretty sure the giants win, then the serpents eat the roots of Yggdrassil, then a perfect being takes over.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Nah, all the giants fucking die. And then the world is made anew and Balder and Höder come back to life along with Heimdal(who didn't die during ragnarök) and talk about the wisdom of Odin and find a golden boardgame that the aesir had of old in the ruins of Idavallr where they played games before the three giantesess apreared and brought their creation into disorder. And then mankind builds a new home in Gimle that is warded from fire, and so on.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Why is this totally antithetical to Edith Hamilton's Mythology? That book is constantly updated and is the textbook for countless university courses.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              My source on that is Fornnordisk Religion/Old Norse Religion by Gro Steinsland which is coincidentally also a textbook in countless university courses. Mythology may be a timeless tale of heros and gods but there have been some interesting developments in the field of history of religion since the 1940's that you should consider availing yourself of.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                But Snorrison's Eddas are still 90% of the source for Norse mythology. What has changed? Even the thing you stated says on Wikipedia it's from the Poetic Edda.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                nta but academic fashion trends are huge for publishing

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, the poetic edda, the elder edda, which predates Snorri and which he as far as the völuspa is concerned only quotes partially.
                Anyways, this is from Völuspa.

                >56. The sun darkens, earth in ocean sinks, fall from heaven the bright stars, fire's breath assails the all-nourishing tree, towering fire plays against heaven itself.

                >57. She sees arise, a second time, earth from ocean, beauteously green, waterfalls descending; the eagle flying over, which in the fell captures fish.

                >58. The Æsir meet on Ida's plain, and of the mighty earth-encircler speak, and there to memory call their mighty deeds, and the supreme god's ancient lore.

                59. There shall again the wondrous golden tables in the grass be found, which in days of old had possessed the ruler of the gods, and Fiölnir's race.

                >60. Unsown shall the fields bring forth, all evil be amended; Baldr shall come; Hödr and Baldr, the heavenly gods, Hropt's glorious dwellings shall inhabit. Understand ye yet, or what?

                61. Then can Hoenir choose his lot, and the two brothers' sons inhabit the spacious Vindheim. Understand ye yet, or what?

                >62. She a hall standing than the sun brighter, with gold bedecked, in Gimill: there shall be righteous people dwell, and for evermore happiness enjoy.

                >64. Then comes the mighty one to the great judgment, the powerful from above, who rules o'er all. He shall dooms pronounce, and strifes allay, holy peace establish, which shall ever be.

                >65. There comes the dark dragon flying from beneath the glistening serpent, from Nida-fels. On his wings bears Nidhögg, flying o'er the plain, a corpse. Now she will descend.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Does this mean Edith Hamilton is wrong about Greek myths too? Why do universities still use her textbook if it's so wrong?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                There's really no need for the snark.
                One of the subjects on which the consensus has swung hither and thither since 1942 is whether or not texts like the prose and poetic eddas have any value as sources on the belefs of actual practitioners of norse religion when that was extant or if they are simply artifacts belonging solidily to the middle ages and reflecting nothing but what a 13th-century scholar like Snorri thought about norse religion.
                Maybe she was of the opinion that it was a christian addition and choosen to ommit it, line 64 does bring Christianity to mind.
                Her primary focus was on greek religion, was it not; maybe she choose to ommit it owing to a lack of space.
                Maybe she did write about it and you've simply forgot it.
                Maybe she's been totally left behind by modern scholarship and you've been lying, I wouldn't know.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I didn't mean to imply sarcasm, I was being genuinely curious, it's just the text/imageboard format. I appreciate your responses.

                I read it only a week ago and summarised it so it's not a forgetting issue. In fact, I thought that one bit sounded very Christian, which was the post-collapse of Yggdrassil:

                >There is a prophecy in the Elder Edda, singularly like the Book of Revelation, that after the defeat of the gods,—when
                >"The sun turns black, earth sinks in the sea,
                >The hot stars fall from the sky,
                >And fire leaps high about heaven itself,"
                >—there would be a new heaven and a new earth,
                >"In wondrous beauty once again.
                >The dwellings roofed with gold.
                >The fields unsowed bear ripened fruit
                >In happiness forevermore."
                >Then would come the reign of One who was higher even than Odin and beyond the reach of evil—
                >"A greater than all.
                >But I dare not ever to speak his name.
                >And there are few who can see beyond
                >The moment when Odin falls."

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Yep, that'd be the one.
                Now I don't remember on the top of my head but I'm fairly certain that line 64 is, if not a christian addition a response to and an attempt to immitate Christianity by some pagan writer and that the mighty one would in that case be Heimdall since he doesn't appear at all during ragnarök so he can't very well have died, is the only norse god who lives on up high and who would thus be described as coming from above, is a candidate for having created the social order of man in rigsmal, is the second god mentioned by name in völuspa afte Odin and so on.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I didn't mean to imply sarcasm, I was being genuinely curious, it's just the text/imageboard format. I appreciate your responses.

                I read it only a week ago and summarised it so it's not a forgetting issue. In fact, I thought that one bit sounded very Christian, which was the post-collapse of Yggdrassil:

                >There is a prophecy in the Elder Edda, singularly like the Book of Revelation, that after the defeat of the gods,—when
                >"The sun turns black, earth sinks in the sea,
                >The hot stars fall from the sky,
                >And fire leaps high about heaven itself,"
                >—there would be a new heaven and a new earth,
                >"In wondrous beauty once again.
                >The dwellings roofed with gold.
                >The fields unsowed bear ripened fruit
                >In happiness forevermore."
                >Then would come the reign of One who was higher even than Odin and beyond the reach of evil—
                >"A greater than all.
                >But I dare not ever to speak his name.
                >And there are few who can see beyond
                >The moment when Odin falls."

                All that and we still have to remember that, at best, we have a snapshot of what some folks in Iceland believed for a couple hundred years.
                It's been the norm to view "Norse mythology" like it's a consistent Legendarium accepted by a wide variety of peoples over a long period of time, but frankly we don't have the evidence to suggest anything of the sort. Some of the gods that appear in the most place-names are 100% absent from the poetic edda, for example. Our understanding of Norse folk tales is frustratingly limited, and our understanding of what they actually believed is practically nonexistent.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Can't we use comparison with other Germanic mythology to help?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Perhaps theoretically, but in practice, pagan worship and beliefs are an incredibly rich tapestry and without a lot more sources we can't judge the degree to which practices resembled each other. And speaking of sources, we have even fewer for non-Scandinavian Germans than we do for the Scandies.
                The unfortunate reality is that the Germanic peoples were not a literate folk and what little they left us is filtered through centuries of Roman and/or Christian agendas. We'll likely never be very certain about much when it pertains to historical Germanic religion.
                In an ironic twist, Marvel fucking around with Norse mythology can't be said to be ahistorical, because as far as we know the comic books might be more accurate than the Prose Edda.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                What polytheistic mythologies do we have good and substantial primary sources for other than Roman/Greek? Egyptian presumably?

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Anything where the people had writing. Some moreso than others. For example we know shitloads about Asian (I mean in the classical sense of "east of Greece" sense) religions. Hindus are still a practicing polytheistic faith. Tao and Shinto are both polytheistic as well. Arab polytheistic mythology is also well documented. We even have some written sources for stuff like ancient Mesopotamian and Chinese polytheistic religions.

                The one that's kind of sad are the Aztecs and Maya. They actually wrote most of their mythology and religion down in codicies but the Spanish destroyed most of it after they conquered the area. Some of it was preserved by forward thinking Catholics but huge chunks of the mythology are missing or very poorly understood and have to be pieced together from local oral tradition and whatever we can translate from ruins and surviving codicies.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >The one that's kind of sad are the Aztecs and Maya. They actually wrote most of their mythology and religion down in codicies but the Spanish destroyed most of it after they conquered the area
                A lot of Aztec stuff survived but it's incomprehensible. Nahuatl is still a thriving language, but modern vernacular Nahuatl and historical literary Nahuatl (based on the Tecpillahtolli language of the ruling castes) are very different.
                Furthermore there were complex taboos and traditions in Aztec literature (authored by the Tlamatinime who were Aztec philosophers and usually very cynical about their civilisation) and this was circumvented through extensive use of idioms and poetry. Eg "my fingers my toes" means body, because it is the space between your fingers and toes. A lot of this was literally translated and the idiomatic meaning was forgotten.
                Basically the peasantry spoke one dialect of Nahuatl, the rulers spoke another which was incomprehensible to the peasantry, and the Tlamatinime invented their own dialect. This has made translation very difficult.
                The poetry adds an additional layer of complexity, because to the Aztecs poetry was the highest art form, and their poetry was like chan memes: an endless Russian nesting doll of hidden meanings that are utterly incomprehensible to anybody from outside that tradition. This was to avoid political reprisal and angering the literal gods (whom the Aztecs were terrified of).
                It's worth noting that there was no afterlife in the Aztec religion (unless you pissed off the gods, and you didn't want that), so when Cortez and Malinche (an Aztec lady who acted as a translator and Christian convert) manipulated an Aztec prophecy and spread Jesus, the Aztecs took to it like flies to shit.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Roman Catholicism.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Anything where the people had writing. Some moreso than others. For example we know shitloads about Asian (I mean in the classical sense of "east of Greece" sense) religions. Hindus are still a practicing polytheistic faith. Tao and Shinto are both polytheistic as well. Arab polytheistic mythology is also well documented. We even have some written sources for stuff like ancient Mesopotamian and Chinese polytheistic religions.

                The one that's kind of sad are the Aztecs and Maya. They actually wrote most of their mythology and religion down in codicies but the Spanish destroyed most of it after they conquered the area. Some of it was preserved by forward thinking Catholics but huge chunks of the mythology are missing or very poorly understood and have to be pieced together from local oral tradition and whatever we can translate from ruins and surviving codicies.

                Even for well-documentes traditions, and as Hinduism continues to demonstrate, it is important to remember that there is no unified set of practices, beliefs, and stories that is consistent across either space or time.
                "Greek myth" is a pastiche of different pagan cults with overlapping godly domains, gods with multiple aspects, gods with changing and shifting backstories, and so on all the way back to Mycenaean times (and arguably to PIE polytheism). The primary reason Greek mythology seems consistent to us is that most people just read Homer.

                >It's really much much stupider than them just being chaotic or inefficient and begs the question harder of why the hell you'd be interested in any other faction's lore if they're NPCs that Chaos could kill_all in console any time.
                Necrons can do this too, but more importantly, people rooting for teams in 40k is the cancer that's killing the hobby.

                Does the hobby not benefit from people enthusiastically supporting /theirdudes/? I was under the impression 40k was always about encouraging people to find a faction they could enthuse about.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                It makes GW richer, but there's no correlation between that and the game getting better. More importantly, 'your dudes' refers to the lore you make up for your own army, not the retarded sperging over whose "team" is winning in the overarching "story".

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Achually as per the Völuspa some of the gods and all the giants kill each other after which Balder and Höder will be reborn and along with Heimdall lead humanity in a land of plenty.
      The ending featuring Nidhögg coming from under the mountains with human cadavers hanging from his wings is obscure and debated and could, to mention a few readings indicate a cyclical view of time and that Ragnarök is going ot occur again or that the dead are being brought to this new world to live again

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I gotta ask, does GW deliberately try to make the 40k universe pvp balanced? Was that always the case or have they focused on that as of recent years?

      If you looked in the earlier material of the Necrons and Tyranids, those factions were portrayed as almost unstoppable. But now they're portrayed as weaker and dumber.
      It seems like GW is very carefully trying to make sure that each faction isn't presented as too competent or overpowered.

      I don't play Warhammer Fantasy, but was the Chaos faction always supposed to be more powerful than any other Fantasy faction?
      If yes, then I guess that explains Chaos winning in the End Times.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Chaos won the end times because GW wanted to replace the setting, it has nothing to do with power levels

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          what was wrong with the Fantasy setting that GW felt needed to be changed? Was it too generically... medieval fantasy? Not original enough?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Needed to sell more models to people again. That's it really. WHF sales were low because the armies hadn't changed enough to require more models in a while and the last few editions trying to bait grogs into buying huge centrepieces didn't work so they scrapped they whole thing and went for a new audience.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It was losing money. It was costing them more to develop and stock the products than they actually made on it. Paint was outselling it.

            AoS with its notoriously dogshit unfinished rules outsold fantasy in its first year of release.

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              never seen this myth substantiated. They got rid of it because kirby was a tard

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >never seen this myth substantiated
                This is from the 2016 annual investor report which you can find an archive of on GW's site.

                https://investor.games-workshop.com/annual-reports-and-half-year-results/

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                literally none of this says whfb was costing them more than they made back or that paint outsold it, all of that is a meme by the community and something AoSfags say whenever a whfb fan calls their game shit

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >for several years
                So 8th edition was pretty shit, more new at elevem.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                7th was already its deathbed. 8th was a desperate struggle to get sone sales out of it

            • 2 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              the real reason they axed WFB and made AoS was they were furious at the success of MTG. After attempting a bunch of times to start their own card games.
              Thats why they tried to create AoS as an anything goes magical planes setting.
              The problem is MTG is a much better format for fantasy of the month.
              Miniature wargames suits a concrete setting with rules.
              GW should have just created its own fantasy soup card game as a seperate property.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Peachy said that 1)it was a financial disaster 2)sculptors were bored of it

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        They jerk Chaos off hard across the board to push the EpICGrImDaRk shit further. In fantasy especially it makes no sense any faction could even exist let alone fight with how bullshit overpowered Chaos was.

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    because they suck ass to play and have shit models and shit support
    im going to play as the faction that gets the most love and attention

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I play a Chaos faction and I've gotta say it doesn't feel like we're winning

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Are there any Orks who think they’re Elysian Drop Troops?

    Do Orks enjoy certain products of the Imperium?

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Do Orks enjoy certain products of the Imperium?

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The problem with Chaos is that the Runious Powers BARELY help their mortal followers. And, in fact, seem to NOT want to win. Or, they’re not terrible anxious to win, letting things fuck off to a long-grinding status quo. AoS Chaos do seem a bit more active in attaining victory — Chaos is supposed to be the same between AoS and 40K, even with all the same demons and such — but that doesn’t seem to be the case in 40k It’s ridiculous but I don’t know what to say to you.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The writers excuse by saying the Chaos gods could win any time they want, to the point of being able to blink out galaxies or realities at will, but they don't do it because they enjoy playing a "great game" with existence.

      It's really much much stupider than them just being chaotic or inefficient and begs the question harder of why the hell you'd be interested in any other faction's lore if they're NPCs that Chaos could kill_all in console any time.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        source?

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Cus other factions have interesting lore?
        I really dont understand this line of thinking.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The writers can say that all they like, but it is directly at odds with the facts on the ground.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The writers excuse by saying the Chaos gods could win any time they want, to the point of being able to blink out galaxies or realities at will
        Citation fucking needed
        The chaos gods in 40k need mortal agents and psykers to have any effect on the real world, they are the dream reaching back at the dreamers. Realspace is alien and it "laws" utterly bizzare to daemons.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        the lore reason they cant take the galaxy is the Emperor is their equal and hes cockblocking them.
        They can't kill him and their ultimate fear is he can kill them.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >It's really much much stupider than them just being chaotic or inefficient and begs the question harder of why the hell you'd be interested in any other faction's lore if they're NPCs that Chaos could kill_all in console any time.
        Necrons can do this too, but more importantly, people rooting for teams in 40k is the cancer that's killing the hobby.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That's why I don't play Warhammer, fagger. Well, one of several reasons. Honestly as dumb as the chaoswank/nihilismwank is what bothers me most about Warhammer (Fantasy because I never was interested in 40k) is how stupidly exaggerated the setting is when you look into it. I fell for the "it's not as crazy or grimdark as 40k" meme and boy howdy is it just the same shit with different paint.

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >GUYS CHAOS IS DESTINED TO WIN WE PROMISE JUST TWO MORE WEEKS
    yeah bro just like you """"""won"""""" fantasy too
    lol

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Chaos does not have enough artillery. No, not even the Iron Warriors.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >40k
    >having a winner

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This.
      It's a stagnant setting as a backdrop for a wargame, only secondaries care about a faction winning

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don't shill for any warhammer faction because I don't play goyslop. especially not a ripoff

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Chaos is going to win, no matter what you do
    Chaos wins when others give up.

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i think the Imperium should win, just because it opens up more interesting story telling.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    probably because the same guy who say chaos is going to win are also the same guys who state if or when they win they will quickly destroy themselves

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I gotta ask, does GW deliberately try to make the 40k universe pvp balanced? Was that always the case or have they focused on that as of recent years?

    If you looked in the earlier material of the Necrons and Tyranids, those factions were portrayed as almost unstoppable. But now they're portrayed as weaker and dumber.
    It seems like GW is very carefully trying to make sure that each faction isn't presented as too competent or overpowered.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      tyranids were always presented as a looming threat, necrons were original just raiders

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >It seems like GW is very carefully trying to make sure that each faction isn't presented as too competent or overpowered.

      then how do you explain the Tau, they're the only faction that is by far the smallest and weakest army. And yet they're GW loves to portray them as hypercompetent, with their only weakness being their gullibility, and even that is changing somewhat.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        GW writers can portray the Tau as overpowered/overcompetent or whatever EXACTLY because the Tau are the smallest and weakest faction. The Tau can win as many local battles they want, because in the grand scheme of things, it doesn't really matter on the galactic scale.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      they're trying to reduce the grimdark and make the setting more palatable to normalfags to increase sales, it has happened ever since rountree is the new ceo but the real blame is kirby for not doing shit to make the old warhammer stuff sell better and being a lazy fag instead

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Nobody cares about who wins in the end thst never comes, anon.
    Unless you have autism I guess.
    The rest of us are here to have fun with our toy soldiers.

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It's only inevitable for the virgin secondary shitters who demand GW "advance the plot". The Chad 40k Player knows it's a setting and his campaigns are what advance the plot for he and his friends.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because I enjoy other factions more.
    >Like Techno-body horror
    >Like big tanks and guns
    >Play Mechanicus in Epic
    I also made a Tau/Farsight Enclave army as a sort of opfor for intro games. Makes a nice ideological and tactical contrast, slow and heavy Mechanicus who will stomp Tau in firefights and Tau can harry the Mechanicus into collapse if better controlled and able to stay out of close combat.

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Chaos is going to win, no matter what you do
    Doesn't matter.

    I like Orkz os I'll keep shilling for them.

  24. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Oh no, a third set of gods! Whatever shall we do? Surely not curbstomp them like the two batches that came before them- oh wait.

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