The Cog Mechanicum, symbol of the Machine God. The Machine God, also known as the Omnissiah or Deus Mechanicus, is the supernatural entity worshipped by the tech-priests and other servants of the Adeptus Mechanicus as the embodiment and bestower of all knowledge and technology in the universe.
Officially, the Cult Mechanicus maintains that the Emperor is the physical manifestation of the Machine God (the Omnissiah ) and part of a trinity that also includes the Machine God and the Motive Force, the deity that gives all life and motion its continued existence.
Mag’ladroth, more commonly called The Void Dragon (or more controversially as the Omnissiah ) is one of the main C’tan along with the Deceiver and the Nightbringer.
Omnissiah is derived from two words “Omni” and “Messiah“. In the Hebrew bible, a messiah (or maschiach) is a king or high priest traditionally anointed with the holy anointing oil. Thus Omnissiah is a king that knows all similar akin to a deity.
A Machine Spirit is a supernatural, animistic spirit believed by the adherents of the Cult Mechanicus within the Adeptus Mechanicus (and, from that source, by most other Humans of the Imperium of Man) to inhabit and control any technology in existence as part of the divine extension of the Machine God known as “the
Tech – priests are members of the Cult Mechanicus, the Cult of the Machine, a priesthood which forms an ecclesiastical hierarchy for the Cult Mechanicus of technicians, scientists, and religious leaders who believe that knowledge represents the only true divinity in the universe.
The best strategy here is to have one or two tank/warriors up close in front of the dragon , taking in and dealing most the hits. The Dragon won’t attack Astarte and your ranged or mage characters further away this way. He will use up most his action points just engaging with the players closest to him.
Subject: Did the Emperor know about Necrons ? He probably did know about the necrons , considering in the necron codex it talks about tomb worlds “malfunctioning” and some awoken to see the great crusade.
Om-neh-sigh-uh or Om-nih-sigh-uh. Like Messiah with omni at the beginning.