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The Farsight Enclaves supplemet a series of heavily-fortified T’au colony worlds that are independent and indeed opposed to the rule of the T’au Empire.
During this drawn-out campaign against the Orks, Farsight and his Ethereal advisors ended up on the dead planet of Arthas Moloch, where a swarm of daemons was summoned after blood was spilled on a strange altar.
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Tau Empire – Farsight Enclaves. Farsight’s band of battlesuit aces. December 29th — Imperial Knights Dethroned.
After the Damocles Crusade, Farsight was tasked with rebuilding a series of lost colonies that had been overrun by Chaos forces. The underlying reason for the split has intrigued certain admittedly obscure scholar-adepts in the Imperium for many Terran centuries. Though they were running scared away from the Enclaves, Farsight refused to let them escape alive, and set about hunting down the remaining Orks which conflicted with the Ethereals’ primary objective of capturing more worlds and created tension between them and Farsight.
Farsight sucked it up and continued on as best he could, and finally was promoted to a battlesuit piloting role that he took to with gusto. One day, though, a probe discovered that the Enclaves were still there and flourishing, and had changed their sept markings and become Ethereal-free. Crimson Fists Rules Leaked.
He stays there for 30 days before returning to the Empire to summon a war council. He is one of the few beings in existence whom Orks fear.
Back during the halcyon days of the major conquests of the Tau Empirethe majority of the army’s victories could be attributed to a single commander: Few who are questioned are seen again. Beyond that formidable ring of floating fortresses are the Farsight Enclaves themselves. Contents [ show ].
He is also a clone of the Gundam character Char. Shas’O Vior’la Shovah Kais Mont’yralso known as Commander Farsight or “Da Redd Committ” to Orks, who, like all Tauhas the longest name in the freaking world it’s actually even longer; his earlier names, like Shoh, are rarely used now that he has his honorary titlesis the closest thing the Tau have to a stone-cold badass.
Of the three, Farsight was chosen to remain active first while Shadowsun and Kais were frozen to be brought back into service in the future, making him, for a time, the sole military hero suppldment the Empire.
While the rest of the Tau Empire was celebrating, Farsight 4k0 the only one who noticed that the Imperium would have won the war of attrition, and wondered if something else had cause them to pull out. Though he was unhappily reassigned to another battle zone before defeating the Orks completely, Farsight met with the Ethereal Aun’Shioff of whom he modeled a style of close-combat battlesuit fighting which he applied for years afterwards.
Subscribe to Our Free Newsletter. Puretide’s many pupils were all famous warriors in their own right, and Puretide himself was so valuable that before he died of old age, the Earth Caste actually scanned his brain and encoded portions of his brilliance into what they called Puretide engram neurochips in order to help train future commanders. Rerollable 1’s to wound with an Y’vahra and Breacher Teams are 4k0 to sneeze at, and a stratagem that actually makes Crisis Suits accurate with or without markerlights really helps you get the most mileage out of them.
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In his first deployment as mission commander, he performed amazingly, trouncing the Orks singlehandedly with skill and cunning. Learning this, the Tau Empire branded Farsight a traitor and renamed the Enclaves the “Forbidden Zone”, smashing all his statues throughout the Empire and trying to wipe him from public memory. He also found multiple six sided medallions with anti-Warp properties in the same place he found the Dawn Blade. From there he decides it’s best to just never speak of ‘those weird xenos’ that showed up out of nowhere and vanished into smoke just as quickly, good thing not warning anyone else about this sort of thing never comes back to bite anyone in the ass later.
Puretide was a legendary genius who wrote the book on Fire Caste tactics, and shaped the military for years to come. However, Farsight’s personal gut instincts and a desire for close, aggressive combat put him at odds with the Empire’s battle doctrine. Trazyn probably lost some of his collection or something.
Though the attack was clumsy, the sheer grit and numbers of the Imperial Guard meant that the Tau were completely on the back foot, and only Farsight and Shadowsun’s combined tactics managed to hold Dal’yth together.
Puretide’s three top pupils Farsight, Shadowsun and Kaisall aggressive commanders with a bitter rivalry between them, afrsight chosen for this.
Your ad here, right now: It was decided that the three would work in decades-long rotations, with one awake and two asleep at all times, kind of like the three vampire lords in Underworld were supposed to preside over the coven in turns. Farsight does not know this, but he has his suspicions, and if he were to find out that his suspicions are correct he would most likely kill himself upon realizing that he’s been unwittingly sucking the life out of his enemies. Along the way he was attacked by Space Marines, who he managed to defeat by climbing in a Coldstar suit, and at the direction of a Daemon-possessed Water Caste member, flew towards and boarded the Space Marine ship yes, only one with the intention of disabling their Gellar Fields.
Sign In Don’t have an account? The T’au Empire launches many probes towards what the T’au have named the Forbidden Zone, the cluster of star systems beyond the far side of the Damocles Gulf in the Eastern Fringe, although few have ever returned.
The limitations got removed as of the 6th edition codex, however, and Farsight can now even bring Ethereals with him even though fluff-wise Aun’Shi is the only Ethereal he’d associate with. Farsight quietly left his battlesuit in a museum and went to be a hermit, fearing that a second Mon’tau would occur if what he learned ever reached the Empire.
Donning his armor once again, the Commander took over the defense, and thanks to some smart Earth Caste bio-engineering, managed to hold off the Great Devourer long enough to poison the fleet Yeah, seriously, leave it to the Tau to poison a fleet that literally lives on toxins which ended up destroying it in its entirety, making the Tau better at creating viruses than Nurgle’s daemons as they tried and were unable to do this. The strange eddies and unreadable energies that drift in that region doubtlessly damage or reroute a portion of those lost probes, but many more are destroyed by the Farsight Enclaves’ orbital defence stations that blockade all entry, save only for their own voidships.
After studying with Papa Puretide himself, Farsight was made the leader of a massive Tau fleet and sent out to do the Empire’s bidding. His Tau-standard plasma rifle and BS5 are merely supplements meant to soften the enemy up before he charges in or, rather, jetpacks in to get to slicing and dicing with the Dawnblade, which is pretty easy with WS5, S5, I5 and 4 attacks.
So few everyone else will be hard pressed to keep up with him.