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[ERROR] No.21059673 [DELETED]  [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

Do you have to have a soul in order for your emotions to sustain a warp creature, or would simulated emotions work as well?

>> No.21059681

Do you have to be a faggot in order to be OP

>> No.21059725

>>21059681
I don't really have a sexuality, since I don't reproduce sexually, so... no?

>> No.21059777

Exactly how life _works_ remains an enigma.
We know where the soul comes from and to where it returns, but the exact model of translation eludes discovery.
Machines possessed by errant spirits still aren't _alive_ quite like how a biological being is.

So...I suspect the answer to your query, Xeno, is no.
Simulated emotions don't have a root in Warp energy, so they don't feed Warp entities.

>> No.21059782

Xeno, why so interested in witchery all of a sudden?

>> No.21059784

It's like eating stuff that tastes like food, but isn't food, so you starve to death.

Xeno, if you want to keep that juggernaut, you are going to have to get him some nom-robot friends.

>> No.21059797

>>21059777
Also, this who is addressing you, Xeno.

>> No.21059813

>>21059782

She's a necron Druid. Uses a staff and all, and has many friendly animals.

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