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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" |align=center|'''Aun'o' T'au Acaya'Va'Denta'''
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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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  • [[Category:Characters (T'au)]] [[Category:Characters (T'au Empire)]]
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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 (Salamanders)|Chalice of Fire]]'', [[Eng
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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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  • |Name =Codex: T'au Empire (8th Edition) '''Codex: T'au Empire''' is a codex for the [[8th Edition]] of [[Warhammer 40,000]].
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  • |Sept=T'au'n '''T'au'n''',{{Fn|6}} formerly spelled '''Tau'n''',{{Fn|4a}} is a [[Tau Sept|Tau
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  • '''K-T B0U/M4N''' is an [[Adeptus Mechanicus]] [[Magos]] who, sometime after the [ K-T B0U/M4N may be named for [[Wikipedia: Katie Bouman|Katie Bouman]], a comput
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  • ...carve a dreaded rune upon their Knight suits and begin a quest to find Nak'T'Graa's temple, believed to be located somewhere in the [[Realm of Chaos]]. ...haos Knights (8th Edition)]], pg. 69 - ''Artefacts of Tyranny: Rune of Nak'T'Graa''
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  • ...within the [[Realm of Chaos]]. A [[Cult of Nak'T'Graa|Cult]] worships Nak'T'Graa and many [[Dreadblade]]s join its numbers. These [[Chaos Knight]]s the ...haos Knights (8th Edition)]], pg. 69 - ''Artefacts of Tyranny: Rune of Nak'T'Graa''
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  • '''T'Kell Konn''' is the current [[Reclusiarch]] for the [[Salamanders]] [[Chapt {{DEFAULTSORT:Konn, T'Kell}}
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  • |USE=T'au Capital |OTHERPAGE=T'au
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  • #REDIRECT[[Phosis T'Kar]]
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  • #REDIRECT[[T'au Lexicon#Names]]
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  • [[Category:Characters (T'au)]] [[Category:Characters (T'au Empire)]]
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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 haven't fractured in the years since the Horus Heresy.{{Fn|26b}} The Legion fights
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  • ...h spewing out as the former Space Marine grew larger and monstrous. Phosis T'Kar's changing form at the Burning of Prospero grew to such proportions he *''Phosis T'Kar'' — Planet Scourer (post-Heresy){{Fn|12}}
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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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  • '''Roboute Guilliman''' (/rɒb'uːt 'guːlɪmæn/{{Fn|5}}), also known as the '''Avenging Son'''{{Fn|2}}, is th '''''He has been writing notes on [[T'Vanti]] war practices for seventeen minutes, but he has still noted and mar
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  • ...through a common faith. Cults who rejected being absorbed, or who couldn't be absorbed, saw themselves being persecuted by fanatical mobs. Officially
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  • ...Taking the long view is all well and prudent, but take care that you don’t become so preoccupied with it that you miss what’s right under your nose. === T ===
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  • |align="center"|'''''His loyalty couldn't be bought at any price; but it could be rented remarkably cheaply.''' <br> ...rs? They’re sneaky bastards. Useful, yes, even necessary, but I wouldn’t buy a used aircar from any of them.'''''
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  • |align=center|'''''If you don't expect gratitude you'll seldom be disappointed.'''<br>-"Memoirs of a Pessim === T ===
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  • |align=center|'''''Dem [[Inquisition|Inquisishun]] humies can't be trusted any further dan day can be thrown, which in [[Adrastia|dat one]] |align=center|'''''Boss, boss? Shouldn’t we ‘ave appeared over dere?'''''
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  • ...s what you don't understand about me, [[Ardaric Vaanes|Vaanes]]. I <u>don't</u> care. I do what I want because it is who I am. Anything else is a lie ...hink I'm doing this to try and impress anyone? I know who I am, and I don't give a greenskin's fart what anyone thinks of me.'''''
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  • |align=center|'''''Don't fool yourselves. War is all we are! Killing is all we are good for! The res |align="center"|'''''I haven't lost an arm, brother. It's right over there.'''''
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  • === T === '''I really wouldn't recommend it.''' ''he said.'' '''You see, I interpret this device as an unu
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  • ...e supporting fire of one's brethren is always a comfort. Provided it doesn't hit oneself.''''' === T ===
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  • ...an, attempted to send a message via this Telepathica Matrix. But he couldn't get through. In desperation he ventured to Thandros and found it destroyed.
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  • ...divided into many tribes, united in tribal alliances. These alliances don't always live in peace and are known to engage in conflicts. Known tribal all
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  • #redirect [[T'au]]
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  • ...thereals]] arose in [[T'au]] society on their homeworld of [[T'au (Planet)|T'au]]. The era began when various Tribes of Tau (such as the Tau of the plai But Fio'taun was just the beginning. Soon, more Ethereals appeared across T'au and this process repeated itself again and again. The philosophy and ord
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  • ...city on [[T'au (Planet)|T'au]], originally constructed by the segment of [[T'au]] society that would later be known as the [[Earth Caste]].{{Fn|1}}{{Fn| ...to [[Greater Good|the unification]] of T'au and the establishment of the [[T'au Empire]].{{Fn|1}}{{Fn|2}}{{Fn|3}}
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  • ...and political divisions that separated the Tau on their [[homeworld]] of [[T'au]] during the time of the [[Mont'au]]. The Castes were first formally est ...ded out. These traits come from the Fire Caste's origin on the plains of [[T'au]], where they were hunters and warriors. [[Fire Warriors]], as soldiers
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  • ...ded out. These traits come from the Fire Caste's origin on the plains of [[T'au]], where they were hunters and warriors. [[Fire Warriors]], as soldiers *[[T'au Sha'ng]] aka '''Longstrike''' - ''Shas'la''{{Fn|1f}}
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  • ...aught to look after themselves, or else they were less than human and didn't deserve to live. His speeches were met with thunderous applause, and many ...cked. The Space Wolves were outnumbered and outgunned, but even this didn't stop them. They tore a hole in the Navy fleet before retreating to lick th
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  • ...Model 101]]. In addition, another Terminator unit, the [[Wikipedia:T-1000|T-1000]], is made out of a fluid metallic substance that can regenerate after
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  • ...to conquer the curse of their biology - but failed. Their progress wasn’t for nought, however. They ventured to the stars, entombed in stasis-crypts ...t deadly force capable of destroying most ships very easily. They also don't make use of the same form of interstellar travel, the Warp, as other races
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  • ...ened so often that under Gabriel Seth they now only work alone as they don't trust themselves around others. Furthermore, the Chapter struggled to maint
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  • ...s of Fortress [[Carcasson]] in 937.[[M41]] by the [[Cadia]]n 9th, who didn't lose even a single [[Imperial Guard Company|company]] in the conflict.{{Fn|
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  • ...ts to use Gnashers to amputate a patients limbs, but these attempts weren't very successful as they tend to bite off orderlies' arms or even Dok's fing ...Squig'''. Orks chew on them while they sit and think (or just sit and don't think).{{Fn|5h}}
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  • ...d into their DNA. They specialise in doing things that most other Orks can't. The notable types of Oddboy are{{Cite This}}: ...n't looking, Gork hits you hard when you are). As such, sometimes Orks can't remember which is which and fight over it. They have no real priesthood, al
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  • ...tter than beasts not much preferable to [[Ork]]s. The Squats in return don't care much for the mincing delicacies of the haughty aliens.{{Fn|2c}} ...dated compared to the hundreds of other great Warhammer 40,000 models. Don't send us hate mail, it's just the cold hard facts of the 41st Millennium."<b
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  • |align="center"|'''Just becauze wez not runnin doesn't mean we want to be fightin'!'''
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  • ...he power-crazed dictator. Reportedly, Vandire's final words were ''"I don't have time to die - I'm too busy!"''{{Fn|1b}}
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  • ...fences.{{Fn|4c}} During the eventual retreat of all imperial forces from [[T'ros]], the Raptors are tasked with forming the rear guard and ensuring rema
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  • ...The habits of the Kroot are still tolerated, at least so long as they don't eat fallen Tau warriors.{{Fn|11}}
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