True, but that ship is there through "unnatural" means, it can only survive in the warp due to protection from it's geller field. Draigo was cursed (or blessed) with the ability to wander the warp like he belongs there as opposed to the material realm. That has never happened in the fluff before (at least to my knowledge) so how do we know what will happen?
So your suggesting M'kar (or at least his curse) is sustaining Draigo's presence in the warp? Almost certainly it seems with what information we currently have, but that still doesn't justify how he achieved what he apparently has within the warp.
The warp and chaos are indivisible. A realm where reality is a meaningless concept. It baffles me how a mortal (given a powerful daemon-hunter, but still no more than a mere mortal) has been able to enter this realm and achieve what he has. Merely 'gazing'
into the warp is said to result in an instant and terrifying death for the vast majority, with even fewer able to maintain any semblance of their personal consciousness/sanity within it's boundaries. But to then proceed to crusade around slaying/defeating some of the most powerful daemons (taking into account they are much
more powerful within their own realm, where reality is not limiting them) around and even damaging a chaos god (by burning the Garden of Nurgle
- remembering that a chaos god is
his realm) is more than absurd.
We know almost nothing of what the Emperor has done in the warp, making that a weak argument. Hell we know more of what Magnus has done in the warp then we do the Emperor.
Oh, I accept that. But you get my point. Draigo's exploits within the warp seem ridiculous. I don't need to re-read this thread so see that most people agree.
And also a little girl managed to get into Tzeentch maze. Tru story.
Codex: Chaos Daemons, Page 12
what story is that from
But it should be noted that it almost certainly wasn't merely a little girl. The exact wording is:
"Legends tell that only one challenger, clad in the guise of a young girl with a little black dog, managed to make her way through all of the gates. When Tzeentch questioned him about this failure, the Guardian accused her of cheating."
It is implied this individual achieved 'infinite knowledge'
, but it is unclear what/who said individual was/is, or what consequences her passage through the nine gates has had/will have.