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Even ignoring my other thread where I gave links to Realm of Chaos: The Lost and The Damned, Lexicanum cites the book for the shaman origin.




Realm of Chaos - Warhammer 40k - Lexicanum

Realm of Chaos - Warhammer 40k - Lexicanum



Realm of Chaos: The Lost and The Damned is cited for the shaman origin at the bottom of the Emperor's Lexicanum page with the other cited sources. I own Realm of Chaos: Slaves to Darkness and Realm of Chaos: The Lost and The Damned as Christmas presents. I saw someone named Prince Endymion on here say the shaman origin is a theory that was not published anywhere at all. If he is still here, then I take it you haven't followed 40k since 1st Edition Rogue Trader or own stuff from the first edition of 40k? Its alright. But do your research (if you are still here) before saying that.



https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WARHAMME...F-CHAOS-THE-LOST-AND-THE-DAMNED-/382270144333


A link to eBay (One still needs to pay for it. Not getting it for free).
 

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Welcome to the board, sorry I missed you the first time around? Not entirely sure why you seem to be expecting someone to have denied the shaman thing originally...
 

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Welcome to the board, sorry I missed you the first time around? Not entirely sure why you seem to be expecting someone to have denied the shaman thing originally...


The shaman origin was printed in 1st Edition Rogue Trader. Prince Endymion denied it was ever published.
 

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This is the introduction forum. Maybe you should take it over to the 40 fluff forum instead. It might get more responses over there.

As an aside, starting a thread with an abrasive tone is an easy way to make sure people don't respond to what you've written. Just a thought.
 
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