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[[File:Eldar_Rune.jpg|thumb|150px|right|Rune for the Eldar race in the [[Eldar Lexicon]]]]
 
[[File:Eldar_Rune.jpg|thumb|150px|right|Rune for the Eldar race in the [[Eldar Lexicon]]]]
 
The '''Eldar '''or '''Aeldari''' as they were known in the [[Eldar Lexicon]] before the fall of their lost realm, are an ancient humanoid [[alien]] race whose vast empire once extended the width and breadth of the known [[galaxy]]. Their empire was without equal, and they counted themselves masters of the stars. But millennia ago, their overweening pride and their fall into hedonistic practices led to a cataclysm that all but eradicated their kind and led to the birth of the [[Chaos God]] [[Slaanesh]]. Despite their boundless power, the heart of their civilisation was torn out by this catastrophe of their own making, forcing the surviving Eldar to flee upon gigantic, continent-size starships called [[Craftworlds]]. Now they cling to survival by a thread, fighting the horrors of the [[galaxy]] with ritualised discipline and consummate skill. Though highly advanced and feared across the galaxy, the Eldar are a dying people -- a shadow of their former glory -- and their race teeters on the brink of annihilation.
 
The '''Eldar '''or '''Aeldari''' as they were known in the [[Eldar Lexicon]] before the fall of their lost realm, are an ancient humanoid [[alien]] race whose vast empire once extended the width and breadth of the known [[galaxy]]. Their empire was without equal, and they counted themselves masters of the stars. But millennia ago, their overweening pride and their fall into hedonistic practices led to a cataclysm that all but eradicated their kind and led to the birth of the [[Chaos God]] [[Slaanesh]]. Despite their boundless power, the heart of their civilisation was torn out by this catastrophe of their own making, forcing the surviving Eldar to flee upon gigantic, continent-size starships called [[Craftworlds]]. Now they cling to survival by a thread, fighting the horrors of the [[galaxy]] with ritualised discipline and consummate skill. Though highly advanced and feared across the galaxy, the Eldar are a dying people -- a shadow of their former glory -- and their race teeters on the brink of annihilation.
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==Eldar History==
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*'''[[Eldar#History|Eldar History]]'''
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*'''[[Eldar#Fracture of Biel-Tan|Fracture of Biel-Tan]]
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*'''[[Eldar Empire]]'''
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*'''[[War in Heaven (Eldar)|War in Heaven]]'''
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*'''[[Eldar Mythology]]'''
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*'''[[Rhana Dandra]]'''
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==Eldar Factions==
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*'''[[Eldar|Craftworld Eldar]]'''
   
 
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Eldar Rune

Rune for the Eldar race in the Eldar Lexicon

The Eldar or Aeldari as they were known in the Eldar Lexicon before the fall of their lost realm, are an ancient humanoid alien race whose vast empire once extended the width and breadth of the known galaxy. Their empire was without equal, and they counted themselves masters of the stars. But millennia ago, their overweening pride and their fall into hedonistic practices led to a cataclysm that all but eradicated their kind and led to the birth of the Chaos God Slaanesh. Despite their boundless power, the heart of their civilisation was torn out by this catastrophe of their own making, forcing the surviving Eldar to flee upon gigantic, continent-size starships called Craftworlds. Now they cling to survival by a thread, fighting the horrors of the galaxy with ritualised discipline and consummate skill. Though highly advanced and feared across the galaxy, the Eldar are a dying people -- a shadow of their former glory -- and their race teeters on the brink of annihilation.

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