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  • {{Otheruses|USE=Species|OTHERUSE=T'au Capital of the same name|OTHERPAGE=T'au (Planet)}} [[Image:TauWarrior.jpg|thumb|right|260px|T'au Warrior{{Fn|4a}}]]
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  • '''Shas'la T'au Kais'''{{Fn|1}} was a [[Tau]] [[Fire Warrior]] who played a major role i ...Tarkh'ax]] from a dimensional prison. Guided only by his commander Shas'el T'au Lusha, and later [[Captain]] [[Ardias]], Commander of the 3rd Company of
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  • '''T'olku''' is a [[Tau]] [[Tau Empire#Tau Septs|sept]] founded during the [[Sec |Map=Map t'olku.jpg
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  • '''T'ros''',{{Fn|1f}} formerly known as '''Taros''' (official name - '''Taros II |Sept=T'ros
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  • Note: the Tau alphabet doesn't have letters for "Q" or "Z", and uses the same letters for the sounds "C/K" .... 120 (the canonicity of this trainee rank is very unclear; the rank doesn't appear anywhere else)
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  • ...space400.jpg|300px|thumb|right|The Tau empire, centred upon the world of [[T'au]].]] * [[T'au (Planet)|T'au]], [[homeworld]] of the Tau. Capital and spiritual, political, cultural,
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  • '''Christian T. Petersen''' is the founder of [[Fantasy Flight Games]], where he designed *[[Wikipedia:Christian T. Petersen]]
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  • '''Phosis T'Kar''' was the [[Space Marine Captain|Captain]] of the 2nd [[Fellowship]] o Serving long and well throughout the Great Crusade, Phosis T'Kar would meet his end during the [[Burning of Prospero]] when, overcome by
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  • ...Nazdreg]], and the [[Craftworld]] [[Ulthwe]] on the [[Exodite World]] of [[T'krahn]].{{Fn|1}} ...wealth Nazdreg, the infamous Bad Moon warlord, sought to invade the planet T'krahn. The planet was infused with precious quartz stones, which were also
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  • The '''T'Vanti''' were a primitive [[human]] society encountered by the [[Ultramarin ...ters of the Orks' [[Warboss]], who was located and ultimately slain by the T'Vanti warriors. They lost eighty-nine thousand men, but felt only jubilati
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  • '''[[Shas'la]] T'au Sha'ng''', better known as '''Longstrike''', is a [[Tau]] warrior of the It was on [[T'ros]] where the young Hammerhead pilot to become known as Longstrike first
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  • '''T'krahn''' is an [[Exodite World]].{{Fn|1}} |Name=T'krahn
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  • '''Kor’o Natash T’yra''' was Captain of the [[Tau]] warship [[Or’es Tash’var]], charged ...s]] stormed the bridge and shot him in the face, killing him instantly. O'T'yra sank to the ground injured and exhausted, where a member of the Raptor
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  • ...on when they are under stress or need to focus in battle{{Fn|1b}}. The Sio't is often revised by the [[Por'hui]] (Tau media), who compile the text{{Fn|1
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  • '''T'zzarkon Five-arms''' is a [[Tzeentch]] [[Daemon Prince]].{{Fn|1}}
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  • ...lan T'cha''' is a [[Kroot]] clan. Some of its members are allied to the [[T'au Empire]].{{Fn|1}}
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  • '''T'kell''' trained on [[Mars]] as a [[Techmarine]], rising to the rank of [[Ma ...an agreed that T'kell could choose to save seven of the artefacts.{{Fn|2}} T'kell chose the ''[[Chalice of Fire]]'', [[Engine of Woes]], [[Eye of Vulkan
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  • |colspan=2 align="center"|'''T'au Empire''' |cellpadding=2 cellspacing=1 style="font-size:85%;font:85%"|[[T'au (Planet)|T'au]]
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  • Also, if you can think of a topic you would like to see but can't find, put it at the [[Lexicanum:Requested articles|Requested articles]] lis
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  • ...'''As I try to impress on the young whelps in my charge these days, it isn't the scarlet sash and the fancy hat that makes you a [[commissar]], it's the ...y erratic progress around the galaxy and, on the whole, the ones who weren't incompetent were either corrupt, insane, or both; on at least one occasion
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  • ...sive of us all. That's how you like the other legions to think of you, isn't it? The most feared of mankind's warrior classes?"'''<br>'''"Our reputation
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  • ...acts as a stable dimensional pathway between the [[Sept World]]s of the [[T'au Empire]] and the [[Nem'yar Atoll]], which is located within the [[Imperi ...they created a tear into the [[Warp]] which engulfed the fleet. Though the T'au Empire assumed they had been destroyed and mourned their passing{{Fn|1a}
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  • ...space that was initially colonised and fortified by the survivors of the [[T'au Empire]]'s [[Fourth Sphere of Expansion]] after their escape from the [[ ...size of the T'au Empire's new domain{{Fn|1b}}. Since its discovery by the T'au, the Nem'yar Atoll has become a cluster of [[Sept World]]s, stellar fort
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  • *{{Endn|1}}: [[Codex: T'au Empire (8th Edition)]], pg. 39 - March of Conquest: Battle of the Starti
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  • The Warband is currently invading the [[T'au Empire]] [[Sept World]] [[Dy'aketh]], in order to claim the priceless [[ *{{Endn|1}}: [[Codex: T'au Empire (8th Edition)]], pg. 39 — ''March of Conquest: The Voridium Sce
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  • ...e customarily refused to ''carry'' a weapon, it didn't mean that he couldn't ''use'' one.{{Fn|1f}} Dorden himself took a shot to the head before the mis
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  • ...stinquished color scheme. Unlike the [[Astra Militarum]] Space Marines don't use the camouflaged uniform because Adeptus Astartes doctrine does not foll
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  • :[[Christian T. Petersen]]
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  • ...m foe. He might even attack his own brothers, something with usually doesn't happen with the Red Thirst. The Black Rage is incurable, and so difficult t ...the original text says 3 days & 3 nights. Given that the Baal's day doesn't have to be a 24-hour one, this date might be incorrect. The only reason I p
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  • |quote = '''''Beautiful on the surface, but rotten underneath. Don't ever, even for a second, doubt that this is the most dangerous world in the
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  • ...n|14}} Vinyar is said to have left the civilians to die because he "hadn´t time" to defend them, a notion which greatly angered the Chapter Master.{{F *[[Reclusiarch]] [[T'Kell Konn]]
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  • ...th by [[Chapter Master]] [[Dante]] to investigate and to judge, and he isn't known for his sense of mercy.
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  • ...the research facility where the Scrptre was being experimented upon by the T'au, his Warband was set upon by [[Fire Warriors]] wielding experimental wea *{{Endn|1}}: [[Codex: T'au Empire (8th Edition)]], pg. 39 — ''March of Conquest: The Voridium Sce
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  • ...mpaign]] where the Word Bearers fought with renegade [[Psykers]] that didn't want to join the [[Imperium]].{{Fn|18c}} *{{Endn|11}}: [http://youtu.be/lWxl0TnkeYA?t=8m33s Interview with Dan Abnett (8m33s)]
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  • ...le. Many enemies simply threw down their weapons at nightfall so they didn't have to fight the terrifying Dusk Raiders.{{Fn|2a}} ...Bearers]] the Death Guard are one of the three traitor Legion's that didn't fracture after the Horus Heresy.{{Fn|26b}} The Legion fights for a singular
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  • *''Phosis T'Kar'' — Planet Scourer (post-Heresy){{Fn|12}} *[[Phosis T'Kar]] — [[Space Marine Captain|Captain]] of the [[2nd Fellowship]] and [[
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  • ...h sends a shockwave through the Hive Mind. All Tyranid creatures that aren't a Synapse creature will automatically break and flee as quickly as they can
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  • ...andering the labs as insubstantial ghosts undetectable as long as they don't touch anything they speak of the two lost legions, mentioning how they were ...the [[Warmaster]]'s corpse. Confused and senile, this clone of Horus didn't initially recognize many of his closest comrades such as [[Ezekyle Abaddon]
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