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Hi Alpharious, this is Zixis. I have noticed that you made a slight change to the Agri-World's source content.
The thing is that pp and pg are different. We write pg when there is only one page, and we write pp when there are more than one page.
You upload images from the warhammer server, send me a message so i know who you are please
188.8.131.52 04:44, April 10, 2016 (UTC) Commander Ares ([ASG] Ser XrOverlord)
Hey Alpharious Omegron,
happy to see some active members. Although I rarely have the time to chat, since I do the editing stuff mostly at work in between orders. Thanks for the invite though!
For the Emperor!
For the Covenant and the Journey! ~ PartySpock4
I'm not an expert on that matter and I don't own the source for that particular information to look it up, but what I found is the following:
Daemons (in general and also Daemon Princes) are banished to the Warp when slain and drained of some strength, which is why they can not be summoned back to reality for a quite specific amount of time, "usually 1,000 standard years". Usually implies, that there might be other durations and also time has no real meaning within the Warp ... But as the saying goes, that daemons are banished for 1,000 years and the First War for Armageddon was more than 100 years ago and Angron hasn't returned yet, I'd say that 1,000 years would be the best guess. I will see into that and correct it, if I also stumble across any article referring to that myself. Good work! Keep it up for the Emperor!