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In reality... Probably not. Necrons are not a GW priority, and I think too many people would be pissed off if the current info is not updated before new material is introduced.
 

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As both are supposedly trapped I find it unlikely, unless of course the Necron codex update includes The Outsider being freed, this might be a good premise for the change in Necrons tactics/orders/attack level.
 

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Yeah, GW are timelocked in the 41st millenium, as such they are unable to create large disturbances in The Plot, because they've already diced up and used all the time available in that mkillenium for other events.
 

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And lets face it. If the Void dragon got out anyway, it's so close to Terra that the Imperium would be fucked.
 

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Unless it is just thirsty and not hungry, in which case it will have to go searching for any squats suviving the tyranid feasting session, mmm space dwarf stout
 

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nothing is impossible in 40k,
the power of the retcon is infallible
 

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Without buckfutting the Story and stasis thereof; GW could probably get away with the Void Dragon (given that it IS trapped and guarded on Mars) having found a crack in its cell. The 'crack' could give it, the Dragon, the possibility of communicating and directing its host of necrons it used to control, and maybe even to let its essence touch a Necron Lord to give it a bit of its power.

This would give the next codex rules for playing semi-Void Dragon (Think Avatar of Khaine in that it's just a fragment of the power) and at the same time explaining the four necron ships that allegedly tried to touch down on Mars... And perhaps dropped something off before getting thrashed by the Imperial Navy. :p
 
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