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'''Wraithsight''' is a condition from which both [[Eldar]] [[Wraithlord]]s and [[Wraithguard]] alike suffer, and sometimes results in the temporary inactivity of these wraithbone-constructs while in battle. The Wraithguard and Wraithlord "bodies" are activated by the implantation of a spirit stone containing the soul of a deceased [[Eldar]]. Due to the spiritual nature of the piloting souls, the physical world appears to them as an ever-shifting melange of shapes and colors. This makes the Wraith constructs slower to react to changes and stimuli, and often results in the construct becoming unreponsive for a period of time. Knowing this, the Eldar usually send a [[Farseer]] or [[Warlock]] with these constructs, as the singular guidance of a psychically potent mind is very effective at combating the effects of Wraithsight. Warlocks that specialize in this are called [[Spiritseer]]s, and are most common among the inhabitants of the [[Craftworld]] [[Iyanden]].
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'''Wraithsight''' is a condition from which both [[Eldar]] [[Wraithlord]]s and [[Wraithguard]] alike suffer, and sometimes results in the temporary inactivity of these [[wraithbone]]-constructs while in battle. The Wraithguard and Wraithlord "bodies" are activated by the implantation of a spirit stone containing the soul of a deceased [[Eldar]]. Due to the spiritual nature of the piloting souls, the physical world appears to them as an ever-shifting melange of shapes and colors. This makes the Wraith constructs slower to react to changes and stimuli, and often results in the construct becoming unreponsive for a period of time. Knowing this, the Eldar usually send a [[Farseer]] or [[Warlock]] with these constructs, as the singular guidance of a psychically potent mind is very effective at combating the effects of Wraithsight. Warlocks that specialize in this are called [[Spiritseer]]s, and are most common among the inhabitants of the [[Craftworld]] [[Iyanden]].
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
 
*''Codex: Eldar ''(3rd Edition)
 
*''Codex: Eldar ''(3rd Edition)

Revision as of 00:49, April 20, 2014

Wraithsight is a condition from which both Eldar Wraithlords and Wraithguard alike suffer, and sometimes results in the temporary inactivity of these wraithbone-constructs while in battle. The Wraithguard and Wraithlord "bodies" are activated by the implantation of a spirit stone containing the soul of a deceased Eldar. Due to the spiritual nature of the piloting souls, the physical world appears to them as an ever-shifting melange of shapes and colors. This makes the Wraith constructs slower to react to changes and stimuli, and often results in the construct becoming unreponsive for a period of time. Knowing this, the Eldar usually send a Farseer or Warlock with these constructs, as the singular guidance of a psychically potent mind is very effective at combating the effects of Wraithsight. Warlocks that specialize in this are called Spiritseers, and are most common among the inhabitants of the Craftworld Iyanden.

Sources

  • Codex: Eldar (3rd Edition)
  • Codex: Eldar (4th Edition), p. 47
  • Fulgrim (Novel) by Graham McNeill
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