i'm coming around to thinking that there are all sort of spectrums to understanding conversation on the internet as well as various barriers (like language etc). something i need to remind myself to be more aware of.
as for the point, i agree broadly with roomsky. i preferred that our irl mythological past was ambiguous in the 40k universe, this just opens up a can of worms as to how much mythology actually happened (is "journey to the west" real in 40k too? the iliad? camelot?). i think if it has to be, then tying those myths to the warp makes a certain amount of sense, even if i'm not a huge fan of it. it can make sense, i just don't know if it was needed.
Edited by mc warhammer, 17 June 2021 - 07:28 AM.
It always amused me that the GW Mail Order ‘Trolls’ as we (starting with me) had always styled ourselves insisted as being rebranded ‘Space Marines’. Why anyone would want to be associated with semi-lobotomized, hypnotically indoctrinated slave-soldiers in thrall to an uncaring (and possibly non-existent) god I couldn’t imagine. - Rick Priestley