Fuegan established the shrine of the Fire Dragons when the Asurya spread across the galaxy to teach the Eldar the Path of the Warrior. It was his hope that the Eldar could bring harmony through selective destruction rather then oblivion as a force that could only bring discord. He is respected as a hero across many Craftworlds, often depicted holding the cosmic serpents of wisdom and entropy in his grasp. In many ways Fuegan most embodies the Aspect Warriors obsession with their deadly craft, devoting himself completely to the systematic and total destruction of the Eldar's enemies. Pitilessly destroying the enemies of the Eldar in an unbroken chain across the Galaxy, the Eldar believe that, with this chain, Fuegan intends to bind the Dragon at the end of days, mastering destruction itself. It is said that Fuegan will call together the Phoenix Lords for the Rhana Dandra, the final conflict, and that he will be the last to die.
He refused to flee when the Shrine of Asur was destroyed by Arhra, the Fallen Phoenix. He was thought dead for centuries, but reappeared to fight alongside Eldrad Ulthran at the Haranshemash ("World of Blood and Tears"). There, he scoured a score of Daemon lords from the planet with the Fire Pike from which he later takes his name, and claimed a dozen more with his Fire Axe. Once the battle was done, Fuegan vanished into the Webway and has traveled its ancient tunnels ever since. He emerges only when it serves a noble cause.
Fuegan later appeared under the command of Jain Zar, now pledged to Ynnead. Fuegan took part in the battle to defend the Ynnari against the Thousand Sons and Tzeentch Daemons in the Webway, vanishing during the struggle. He has hunted the ancient tunnels of the Webway since, tracking down the enemies of the Eldar.
- Codex: Eldar (3rd Edition), pg. 43
- 1: Games Workshop (last accessed 7 May 2015)
- Codex: Eldar (4th Edition), pg. 57
- 2: Codex: Eldar (6th Edition) (E-Book), pg.88
- 3: Gathering Storm: Fracture of Biel-Tan
- 4: Codex: Craftworlds (8th Edition) pg.47
- 5: Codex: Aeldari (9th Edition), pg. 151
|Craftworld Eldar Troops|
|Command||Avatar of Khaine • Autarchs • Farseers • Spiritseers • Warlocks • Exarchs|
|Aspect Warriors||Dire Avengers • Fire Dragons • Howling Banshees • Striking Scorpions • Swooping Hawks|
Dark Reapers • Warp Spiders • Shining Spears • Shadow Spectres
|Troops||Guardians (Storm Guardians • Black Guardians) • Windrider Squadrons • Rangers (Pathfinders • Shroud Runners) • Wraithguard • Wraithblades • Grav Platform • Support Battery|
|Phoenix Lords||Asurmen • Baharroth • Fuegan • Irillyth • Jain Zar • Karandras • Maugan Ra|