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So does Slaanesh have Aenarion's soul?

XxXScorpionXxXXxXScorpionXxX Registered Users Posts: 3,393
I'm curious. Or did his soul go to one of the waystones upon his death?
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  • yolordmcswagyolordmcswag Registered Users Posts: 3,733
    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.
  • Mr_Finley7Mr_Finley7 Junior Member Registered Users Posts: 6,272
    That’s so Goddamm stupid.
  • yolordmcswagyolordmcswag Registered Users Posts: 3,733

    That’s so Goddamm stupid.

    I thought it was a good story, very in line with their old personalities, although it might look strange without the full book for context.
  • BayesBayes Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 2,551
    edited April 19

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
  • XxXScorpionXxXXxXScorpionXxX Registered Users Posts: 3,393

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
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  • CrossilCrossil Registered Users Posts: 12,122

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    But isn't that then only proof Slaanesh claims it in the End Times or shortly after?

    I would imagine that it didn't have his soul in Fantasy. Or better question would be, was Aenarion among those spirits of past Phoenix Kings that happened in the End Times.

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  • Mr_Finley7Mr_Finley7 Junior Member Registered Users Posts: 6,272

    That’s so Goddamm stupid.

    I thought it was a good story, very in line with their old personalities, although it might look strange without the full book for context.
    I just meant the part of Slaanesh being able to call dibs on all elf souls wherever they may be.
  • yolordmcswagyolordmcswag Registered Users Posts: 3,733
    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    It was all part of a huge ritual to have Morathi merge with the shards of Khaine to ascend to godhood. Her soul being split resulted in her having two bodies that she controls simultanously. It is also implied that her soul being split made her ritual go wrong somehow, so her godhood is not perfect, but it's left vague. Her actions also allowed a big chunk of Slaneesh essence to escape captivity, currently morhping into something terrifying and powerful protected by massive hordes of Slaneesh worshippers.

    It's worth noting that before, Morathi had two models and she could transform between them, swapping them for each other. With her ascent she got new rules where you use both models at the same time, so it might just be a plot device to achieve that.

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
    I don't know what souls traditionally are supposed to mean. What happened was that when Morathi entered Slaneesh to steal the souls, the tortured souls of the phoenix kings first thought they were being rescued, seing another elf. She then started consuming them and they put up a fight, but she defeated them one by one pretty easily. When she was about to consume Aenarion's soul she hesitated though, allowing him to land a strike and preventing her from consuming the soul. In the next scene she emerges from Slaneesh. No words were exchanged between them.
  • DeadpoolSWDeadpoolSW Registered Users Posts: 2,672

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    So I guess Slaanesh just never bothered to tell N'Kari that he/she/it had the soul of N'Kari's most hated foe.
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  • XxXScorpionXxXXxXScorpionXxX Registered Users Posts: 3,393

    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    It was all part of a huge ritual to have Morathi merge with the shards of Khaine to ascend to godhood. Her soul being split resulted in her having two bodies that she controls simultanously. It is also implied that her soul being split made her ritual go wrong somehow, so her godhood is not perfect, but it's left vague. Her actions also allowed a big chunk of Slaneesh essence to escape captivity, currently morhping into something terrifying and powerful protected by massive hordes of Slaneesh worshippers.

    It's worth noting that before, Morathi had two models and she could transform between them, swapping them for each other. With her ascent she got new rules where you use both models at the same time, so it might just be a plot device to achieve that.

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
    I don't know what souls traditionally are supposed to mean. What happened was that when Morathi entered Slaneesh to steal the souls, the tortured souls of the phoenix kings first thought they were being rescued, seing another elf. She then started consuming them and they put up a fight, but she defeated them one by one pretty easily. When she was about to consume Aenarion's soul she hesitated though, allowing him to land a strike and preventing her from consuming the soul. In the next scene she emerges from Slaneesh. No words were exchanged between them.
    wow so husband and wife that haven't seen each other in thousands of years have absolutely nothing to say to each other? That is terrible writing isn't it.
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  • TancredQuenellesTancredQuenelles Registered Users Posts: 731
    Lol no if we do not look AoS or EoT written by people who had newer known or respected the Lore.
  • PoorManatee6197PoorManatee6197 Registered Users Posts: 1,466
    Isn't Aenarion traped inside the vortex alongside the mages that created it?
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  • Mr_Finley7Mr_Finley7 Junior Member Registered Users Posts: 6,272

    Isn't Aenarion traped inside the vortex alongside the mages that created it?

    That’s Caledor
  • yolordmcswagyolordmcswag Registered Users Posts: 3,733

    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    It was all part of a huge ritual to have Morathi merge with the shards of Khaine to ascend to godhood. Her soul being split resulted in her having two bodies that she controls simultanously. It is also implied that her soul being split made her ritual go wrong somehow, so her godhood is not perfect, but it's left vague. Her actions also allowed a big chunk of Slaneesh essence to escape captivity, currently morhping into something terrifying and powerful protected by massive hordes of Slaneesh worshippers.

    It's worth noting that before, Morathi had two models and she could transform between them, swapping them for each other. With her ascent she got new rules where you use both models at the same time, so it might just be a plot device to achieve that.

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
    I don't know what souls traditionally are supposed to mean. What happened was that when Morathi entered Slaneesh to steal the souls, the tortured souls of the phoenix kings first thought they were being rescued, seing another elf. She then started consuming them and they put up a fight, but she defeated them one by one pretty easily. When she was about to consume Aenarion's soul she hesitated though, allowing him to land a strike and preventing her from consuming the soul. In the next scene she emerges from Slaneesh. No words were exchanged between them.
    wow so husband and wife that haven't seen each other in thousands of years have absolutely nothing to say to each other? That is terrible writing isn't it.
    We don't know how sentient or sane any of the souls were, it's a big point in Age of Sigmar that any elf that had been consumed by Slaneesh is twisted and corrupted in various ways. It's not like being consumed by Slaneesh is a peaceful afterlife, and any elf freed from there needs to undergo a big process to become something even resembling anormal elf again. In that moment, it was do or die, Aenarion's soul had the shape of the sword of Kahine and chopped her in two.

    It was also a point that in ascending to godhood, Morathi wanted to be rid of what made her mortal. Her love for Aenarion was always the most human(elf) part an otherwise very monstrous person, and that became her bane as she was unable to consume his soul immedeatly. We don't know if Aenarion was truly sentient, or how much of him was left, but in that moment the soul knew that it would be consumed if it did not fight.

    Again, I'm just paraphrasing a tiny part of a huge narrative, judging the writing of the whole book and universe on account of it is pretty strange.
  • GoatforceGoatforce Registered Users Posts: 6,712

    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    It was all part of a huge ritual to have Morathi merge with the shards of Khaine to ascend to godhood. Her soul being split resulted in her having two bodies that she controls simultanously. It is also implied that her soul being split made her ritual go wrong somehow, so her godhood is not perfect, but it's left vague. Her actions also allowed a big chunk of Slaneesh essence to escape captivity, currently morhping into something terrifying and powerful protected by massive hordes of Slaneesh worshippers.

    It's worth noting that before, Morathi had two models and she could transform between them, swapping them for each other. With her ascent she got new rules where you use both models at the same time, so it might just be a plot device to achieve that.

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
    I don't know what souls traditionally are supposed to mean. What happened was that when Morathi entered Slaneesh to steal the souls, the tortured souls of the phoenix kings first thought they were being rescued, seing another elf. She then started consuming them and they put up a fight, but she defeated them one by one pretty easily. When she was about to consume Aenarion's soul she hesitated though, allowing him to land a strike and preventing her from consuming the soul. In the next scene she emerges from Slaneesh. No words were exchanged between them.
    wow so husband and wife that haven't seen each other in thousands of years have absolutely nothing to say to each other? That is terrible writing isn't it.
    Is this sarcasm? Because I cannot tell.

    Morathi was literally consuming all of the other Phoenix Kings, Aenarion had no reason to think he wouldn't be next (which he would have been, even with Morathi hesitating I doubt she would have stopped entirely, she was set on achieving godhood), and he had just witnessed the monster his ex had become eating his peers, so was probably rather miffed at a power hungry abomination consuming his pears in order to take the last remnants of Asuryan into herself.
  • MaelasMaelas Registered Users Posts: 3,851
    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.
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  • Mogwai_ManMogwai_Man Registered Users Posts: 4,973

    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    It was all part of a huge ritual to have Morathi merge with the shards of Khaine to ascend to godhood. Her soul being split resulted in her having two bodies that she controls simultanously. It is also implied that her soul being split made her ritual go wrong somehow, so her godhood is not perfect, but it's left vague. Her actions also allowed a big chunk of Slaneesh essence to escape captivity, currently morhping into something terrifying and powerful protected by massive hordes of Slaneesh worshippers.

    It's worth noting that before, Morathi had two models and she could transform between them, swapping them for each other. With her ascent she got new rules where you use both models at the same time, so it might just be a plot device to achieve that.

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    lol what? So is a soul in this context like how we imagine souls traditionally? Do they retain the memory and personality of the person they belong to? Are they able to communicate freely? And if so what did the two of them say to each other?
    I don't know what souls traditionally are supposed to mean. What happened was that when Morathi entered Slaneesh to steal the souls, the tortured souls of the phoenix kings first thought they were being rescued, seing another elf. She then started consuming them and they put up a fight, but she defeated them one by one pretty easily. When she was about to consume Aenarion's soul she hesitated though, allowing him to land a strike and preventing her from consuming the soul. In the next scene she emerges from Slaneesh. No words were exchanged between them.
    wow so husband and wife that haven't seen each other in thousands of years have absolutely nothing to say to each other? That is terrible writing isn't it.
    Morathi may have said something, but Aenarion in his anger cut her soul in two before she could anyway.

    Bayes said:

    Slaneesh has it, Age of Sigmar confirmed it. When Morathi entured the belly of Slaneesh to consume the souls of the phoenix kings, she encountered Aenarion's soul there. She hesitated for a moment due to their old love, and Aenarion's soul formed into the shape of the godlsayer and split her soul in two.

    What happened when morathis soul got spilt in two?
    She now has two separate bodies, her normal physical form and her second monster form which is like a shade that follows and protects her.

    It used to be a transformation on the tabletop but now you use both models simultaneously.
  • ShiroAmakusa75ShiroAmakusa75 Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 32,695
    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    The elf gods all died in End Times and the waystones were destroyed, that's how Slaanesh got to consume all their souls.

  • MaedrethnirMaedrethnir Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 12,104

    That’s so Goddamm stupid.

    I thought it was a good story, very in line with their old personalities, although it might look strange without the full book for context.
    I agree, and I can't wait for his miniature. He still has fragments of Asuryan and Khaine in himself. It can be interesting.
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  • Mogwai_ManMogwai_Man Registered Users Posts: 4,973
    edited April 19
    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    Aenarion is inside Slaanesh because Slaanesh gorged himself on the aelven race. Slaanesh is still imprisoned though. The old pantheons are dead.
  • XxXScorpionXxXXxXScorpionXxX Registered Users Posts: 3,393
    edited April 19
    Wait so I'm unclear. Did Morathi fail in eating Aenarion? So Aenarion is either still inside Slaanesh or escaped?
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  • Ulthuan_VolcanoUlthuan_Volcano Registered Users Posts: 263
    yes but he was freed
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  • GoatforceGoatforce Registered Users Posts: 6,712

    Wait some I'm unclear. Did Morathi fail in eating Aenarion? So Aenarion is either still inside Slaanesh or escaped?

    "It was a moment of weakness that cost her dearly. The king-soul - filled with rage at the slaughter of its kin - became a sword of fire and blood, a blazing brand that hewed straight through Morathi's soul, sundering the very core of her being. The Shadow Queen reeled and screeched in agony, black ichor pouring from her terrible wound. As Morathi fell into darkness, cleaved in twain, the bloated body of Slaanesh began to convulse."

    Morathi failed to consume Aenarion, but the ritual succeeded. The issue though was she was left in two halves because of Aenarion's attack, leaving her with one half being her old "real form" - that of a giant medusa - and the other being what she had originally used as an illusion to hide the mutation her body had undergone inside of Slaanesh before she had escaped into the Mortal Realms early in the setting's history.
  • sykallsykall Junior Member Registered Users Posts: 1,769
    By the way one question: AoS stated that elven gods are cyclial beings that can potentially reincarnate in the next cycle. E.g. Khaine could have reformed himself, though morathi fused herself with him. But Mathlaans avatar is also fighting for the idoneth deepkin.

    Thus I am asking myself if other elven gods will show up or have shown up. It would e.g. be interesting if Asuryan would return. Or is he the ur-phoenix in AoS? Not to mention other elven gods.
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  • GoatforceGoatforce Registered Users Posts: 6,712
    sykall said:

    By the way one question: AoS stated that elven gods are cyclial beings that can potentially reincarnate in the next cycle. E.g. Khaine could have reformed himself, though morathi fused herself with him. But Mathlaans avatar is also fighting for the idoneth deepkin.

    Thus I am asking myself if other elven gods will show up or have shown up. It would e.g. be interesting if Asuryan would return. Or is he the ur-phoenix in AoS? Not to mention other elven gods.

    Asuryan is dead, the reason Morathi was going for the Phoenix Kings in Slaanesh was because she wanted to eat the last remnants of his divinity.

    I don't know about Mathlaan, really not read IDK's lore, but to my knowledge there are no surviving elven gods from Fantasy.
  • yolordmcswagyolordmcswag Registered Users Posts: 3,733
    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    This used to be the case, but they changed it in 8th edition for some reason. In all three 8th edition elf armybooks there is a lore box titled "The fate of the spirit", detailing what happens to elves when they die. All three state that while a couple of souls get taken by various elven gods, the vast majority go to Slaneesh. To prevent this, high elves bind the souls to wasystones(where they also contribute in keeping the Vortex stable) while wood elves bind the souls to trees.

    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    The elf gods all died in End Times and the waystones were destroyed, that's how Slaanesh got to consume all their souls.
    See above.
  • HisShadowBGHisShadowBG Registered Users Posts: 3,227
    edited April 19
    Well Morathi tries to resurect him using Tyrion according to 8th edition so I doubt Slaanesh has it in whfb
    Post edited by HisShadowBG on

    She had fought beside Aenarion in the days of her youth, killing daemons, slaughtering the enemies of her people with wild abandon. She had cast spells and brewed poisons and worked out battle strategies for his armies. She had used her gift of visions to grant the elves victories innumerable.

    The so-called high elves had forgotten that now, preferring to cast her as the villain in the simple-minded morality plays they so enjoyed since her son had sundered the realm. They had no idea what it had cost to win those battles back when all thought the world was ending, or the price she had paid for victory.
  • ShiroAmakusa75ShiroAmakusa75 Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 32,695

    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    This used to be the case, but they changed it in 8th edition for some reason. In all three 8th edition elf armybooks there is a lore box titled "The fate of the spirit", detailing what happens to elves when they die. All three state that while a couple of souls get taken by various elven gods, the vast majority go to Slaneesh. To prevent this, high elves bind the souls to wasystones(where they also contribute in keeping the Vortex stable) while wood elves bind the souls to trees.

    Maelas said:

    Aenarion's soul is either in the waystones, or in the Elven afterlife, despite GW best efforts to try to forget that yes, unlike Eldars, Elves still have a perfectly functional pantheon, souls keeping included.

    In AoS, Slaanesh have it, but it would make sense they took it when the World ended, not before.

    The elf gods all died in End Times and the waystones were destroyed, that's how Slaanesh got to consume all their souls.
    See above.
    The point of that explanation is that you can ignore 8th editions retcon and still have Slaanesh end up with all the elf souls.

  • Surge_2Surge_2 Registered Users Posts: 5,944

    That’s so Goddamm stupid.

    I thought it was a good story, very in line with their old personalities, although it might look strange without the full book for context.
    I just meant the part of Slaanesh being able to call dibs on all elf souls wherever they may be.
    That's perfectly within the lore though?
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  • TancredQuenellesTancredQuenelles Registered Users Posts: 731
    If we are speaking about warhammer high elf souls belong to Morai-Heg and stay near waystones. Sorry, Slaanesh - feed on your treacherous dark elves and do not hope EoT or AOS have to do something lorevise with warhammer fantasy - what GW did - well, lots of owners of intellectual property bothered not about settings and made utter crap contradicting it - look at the last Star Wars trilogy or Masquarade)
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