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well this is my first thread but ive been a avid forum reader for over a year and one question that hasnt been asked is what if a tyranid splinter fleet was to get afoothold within the eye of terror because surely the amount of biomass within would make it a huge target?? or would the warp energies twist and mutate the tyranids in a bad way ?:scratchhead: what do you think?:so_happy:
If the tyranids entered the Eye of Terror they'd come up against the only force that could easily grind them to dust with greater numbers- The Chaos Daemons. Not only are the hordes of Chaos vast and invincible but even if the 'Nids were to win a battle or 2 they would gain no benefit because they can't consume the Daemon's essence.
 

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Yea but even when Daemons die they leave their physical form behind for the Tyranids to assimilate into the Hive Mind. Since they're also taking in that DNA Im pretty sure they'll change but since when Daemons die they just go back to the Warp I'm sure they'll be fighting forever and ever

Until a large enough Tyranid fleet comes in and cast a shadow over the warp
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They eat all sentient species and Chaos is unable to feed off spiritual and emotional energy
What DNA? Daemons aren't made of flesh and blood they're made of pure Chaos energy siphoned off from their patron God.
 

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However if that stupid Ultra Librarian Tyredian (or whatever his name is) can read the Hive Mind safely, then a Tzeentch Sorceror could do worse or more.
Tygerius, considered one of the most powerful human psykers in the Imperium (certainly blowing Mephiston out of the water in sheer psychic might)- maybe Ahriman could equal his efforts but not your average sorceror.
 
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