Are Aeldari Xenos?

Are Aeldari Xenos?

The main starfaring, intelligent xenos species in the Milky Way Galaxy are the Drukhari, Craftworld Aeldari, Necrons, Orks, T’au and Tyranids, though there are countless other intelligent alien species, most of them hostile, that Mankind has encountered over the long millennia of its expansion across the stars.

Are there aliens in Warhammer 40k?

The major alien races are the Orks, Eldar, Dark Eldar, Tyranids, Necrons and the Tau. All these races pose a considerable threat to the survival and continued dominance of mankind. There are countless other races but all are trivial by comparison.

Is Aeldari an Eldar?

The Aeldari or the Eldar as they were long known to outsiders, are an ancient and highly advanced species of humanoid xenos whose vast empire once extended the width and breadth of the known galaxy. In its time, the Aeldari Empire was without equal in the galaxy, spreading across both realspace and the Webway.

Are Drukhari Aeldari?

The Drukhari (Aeldarix malum) (pronounced Druh-KAR-ee) or “Dark Ones” in the Aeldari Lexicon, also known to outsiders as the Dark Eldar, are a forsaken and corrupt Aeldari kindred, the sadistic, malicious counterparts of the Asuryani.

Why is the imperium xenophobic?

Its xenophobic most likely because WH40K is a war game, and xenophobia promotes conflict and helps drive the war game. Exactly. The Imperium is xenophobic because the game demands that it needs to be. So in the fluff the Imperium becomes xenophobic ’cause reasons and “the Emperor said so”.

What is the newest faction in 40K?

Ynnari are the newest Xenos faction, and in many ways haven’t really come together yet as a proper army, either in the lore or in the tabletop game.

Why is the Imperium xenophobic?

Is 40K a satire?

Like so many aspects of Warhammer 40,000, the Imperium of Man is satirical. For clarity: satire is the use of humour, irony, or exaggeration, displaying people’s vices or a system’s flaws for scorn, derision, and ridicule.