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'''Cegorach''', también conocido como el '''Dios que ríe''', el Gran Arlequin, el Gran Estúpido, y el Primer Estúpido, es uno de los dioses de la [[Mitología Eldar]], y la figura central de la creencia de los [[Arlequines]] [[Eldar]]. Mientras que la mayoría de los Dioses Eldar fueron destruidos durante la [[Caída de los Eldar]], de acuerdo con la leyenda, esta deidad sobrevivió debido a que su naturaleza burlona lo distanció de la corrupción psiquica colectiva y la decadencia del ancestral Imperio Eldar, que creo al Dios del Caos Slaanesh. Cegorach es la única autoridad que los Arlequines reconocen. También es uno de los tan solo tres Dioses Eldar que sobrevivieron la caída; siendo los otros dos [[Isha]], quien se encuentra atrapada en el Jardín de [[Nurgle]] en el [[Reino del Caos]] dentro de la [[Disformidad]], y el Dios de la Guerra [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Kaela_Mensha_Khaine Kaela Mensha Khaine], que vive a través de los [[Avatar de Khaine|Avatares]] en el infinito circuito de los [[Mundos Astronave|Mundos Astronave]] Eldar. Se dice que durante la lucha entre Slaanesh y Khaine, Cegorach se escondió detras de Khaine para protejerse, y en las circunstancias de la batalla, huyó a la Telaraña, donde Slaanesh no lo pudo encontrar. Todavía reside allí, y es el único ser en el universo que sabe a donde conduce cada puerta de la Telaraña.
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'''Cegorach''', también conocido como el '''Dios que ríe''', el Gran Arlequin, el Gran Estúpido, y el Primer Estúpido, es uno de los dioses de la [[Mitología Eldar]], y la figura central de la creencia de los [[Arlequines]] [[Eldar]]. Mientras que la mayoría de los Dioses Eldar fueron destruidos durante la [[Caída de los Eldar]], de acuerdo con la leyenda, esta deidad sobrevivió debido a que su naturaleza burlona lo distanció de la corrupción psiquica colectiva y la decadencia del ancestral Imperio Eldar, que creo al Dios del Caos Slaanesh. Cegorach es la única autoridad que los Arlequines reconocen. También es uno de los tan solo tres Dioses Eldar que sobrevivieron la caída; siendo los otros dos [[Isha]], quien se encuentra atrapada en el Jardín de [[Nurgle]] en el [[Reino del Caos]] dentro de la [[Disformidad]], y el Dios de la Guerra [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Kaela_Mensha_Khaine Kaela Mensha Khaine], que vive a través de los [[Avatar de Khaine|Avatares]] en el infinito circuito de los [[Mundos Astronave]] Eldar. Se dice que durante la lucha entre Slaanesh y Khaine, Cegorach se escondió detras de Khaine para protejerse, y en las circunstancias de la batalla, huyó a la Telaraña, donde Slaanesh no lo pudo encontrar. Todavía reside allí, y es el único ser en el universo que sabe a donde conduce cada puerta de la Telaraña.
 
==Historia==
 
==Historia==
Cegorach is the Eldar God of deception, stealth, creativity, art and trickery. It was he who tricked [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Outsider the Outsider] into eating other [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/C%27tan C'tan] according to Eldar legend during the War in Heaven between the Old Ones and the C'tan millions of years ago. Those Eldar who follow him, known as the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Eldar_Harlequins Harlequins], are protected from [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Slaanesh Slaanesh] in a different way from their [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Craftworld Craftworld] brethren. While Craftworld Eldar wear [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Spirit_Stone Spirit Stones] which absorb their souls when they die to prevent them from being devoured by Slaanesh in the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Warp Warp], the Eldar [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Harlequin Harlequins] are directly protected by their faith in their God's power, becoming one with his Warp emanation upon their death. The only exception to this are the Harlequin [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Solitaire Solitaires] whose souls must be won from Slaanesh after their deaths by the Laughing God.
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Cegorach es el dios Eldar del engaño, sigilo, creatividad, arte y astucia. It was he who tricked [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Outsider the Outsider] into eating other [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/C%27tan C'tan] according to Eldar legend during the War in Heaven between the Old Ones and the C'tan millions of years ago. Those Eldar who follow him, known as the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Eldar_Harlequins Harlequins], are protected from [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Slaanesh Slaanesh] in a different way from their [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Craftworld Craftworld] brethren. While Craftworld Eldar wear [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Spirit_Stone Spirit Stones] which absorb their souls when they die to prevent them from being devoured by Slaanesh in the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Warp Warp], the Eldar [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Harlequin Harlequins] are directly protected by their faith in their God's power, becoming one with his Warp emanation upon their death. The only exception to this are the Harlequin [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Solitaire Solitaires] whose souls must be won from Slaanesh after their deaths by the Laughing God.
   
 
The Laughing God should not be confused with the C'tan called the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Deceiver Deceiver]. There are a pair of stories in Eldar Myythology about the Laughing God and the Deceiver which sometimes cause this confusion. In one, the Laughing God tricks the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Outsider Outsider] into eating many other C'tan, driving him insane. In the other, the Deceiver consumed several C'tan to increase his own power and convinced the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Nightbringer Nightbringer] and the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Void_Dragon Void Dragon] to do likewise. Neither of these C'tan, nor the Deceiver, were driven insane.
 
The Laughing God should not be confused with the C'tan called the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Deceiver Deceiver]. There are a pair of stories in Eldar Myythology about the Laughing God and the Deceiver which sometimes cause this confusion. In one, the Laughing God tricks the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/The_Outsider Outsider] into eating many other C'tan, driving him insane. In the other, the Deceiver consumed several C'tan to increase his own power and convinced the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Nightbringer Nightbringer] and the [http://warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Void_Dragon Void Dragon] to do likewise. Neither of these C'tan, nor the Deceiver, were driven insane.

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Cegorach, también conocido como el Dios que ríe, el Gran Arlequin, el Gran Estúpido, y el Primer Estúpido, es uno de los dioses de la Mitología Eldar, y la figura central de la creencia de los Arlequines Eldar. Mientras que la mayoría de los Dioses Eldar fueron destruidos durante la Caída de los Eldar, de acuerdo con la leyenda, esta deidad sobrevivió debido a que su naturaleza burlona lo distanció de la corrupción psiquica colectiva y la decadencia del ancestral Imperio Eldar, que creo al Dios del Caos Slaanesh. Cegorach es la única autoridad que los Arlequines reconocen. También es uno de los tan solo tres Dioses Eldar que sobrevivieron la caída; siendo los otros dos Isha, quien se encuentra atrapada en el Jardín de Nurgle en el Reino del Caos dentro de la Disformidad, y el Dios de la Guerra Kaela Mensha Khaine, que vive a través de los Avatares en el infinito circuito de los Mundos Astronave Eldar. Se dice que durante la lucha entre Slaanesh y Khaine, Cegorach se escondió detras de Khaine para protejerse, y en las circunstancias de la batalla, huyó a la Telaraña, donde Slaanesh no lo pudo encontrar. Todavía reside allí, y es el único ser en el universo que sabe a donde conduce cada puerta de la Telaraña.

Historia

Cegorach es el dios Eldar del engaño, sigilo, creatividad, arte y astucia. It was he who tricked the Outsider into eating other C'tan according to Eldar legend during the War in Heaven between the Old Ones and the C'tan millions of years ago. Those Eldar who follow him, known as the Harlequins, are protected from Slaanesh in a different way from their Craftworld brethren. While Craftworld Eldar wear Spirit Stones which absorb their souls when they die to prevent them from being devoured by Slaanesh in the Warp, the Eldar Harlequins are directly protected by their faith in their God's power, becoming one with his Warp emanation upon their death. The only exception to this are the Harlequin Solitaires whose souls must be won from Slaanesh after their deaths by the Laughing God.

The Laughing God should not be confused with the C'tan called the Deceiver. There are a pair of stories in Eldar Myythology about the Laughing God and the Deceiver which sometimes cause this confusion. In one, the Laughing God tricks the Outsider into eating many other C'tan, driving him insane. In the other, the Deceiver consumed several C'tan to increase his own power and convinced the Nightbringer and the Void Dragon to do likewise. Neither of these C'tan, nor the Deceiver, were driven insane.

There is a more obvious difference between the Laughing God and the Deceiver. The Laughing God was created by the collective psychic belief of the Eldar impacting the psychically reactive energies of the Immaterium, in the same way as were Kaela Mensha Khaine, Isha and the other Eldar Gods, and as such Cegorach is an entity of the Warp. This is supported by his ability to compete for Eldar souls with Slaanesh. The Deceiver is a C'tan, a Necron Star God, a sentient being whose natural environment lies at the core of stars in realspace. A C'tan is a creature purely of the material universe; it has no soul and thus no emanation in the Warp. The mysteries of the Immaterium are beyond the comprehension of the C'tan, who find the energies of the Warp to be inimical to their existence and are thus extremely vulnerable to the use of all psychic powers.

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Extraído y traducido de Wikihammer 40K UK.

Warhammer 40,000: Compendio.

Codex: Eldar (IV Edición).

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