Dear Tau'fann, I hate to say it, but I think we've reached the end of this discussion thread.In Summation:Shas'O Bentu'nan
– Yes, it would be possible for a non-psyker Tau to conjure using a book of rituals. Though why would they?Khayman
– Tau anti-warp technology should be possible. Why not a small battlefield Geller field for example?Jacket
– Could there be a Tau Techno-mage or a Tau Cryptek. Hey why not? Panzer
– Yes, the Tau would study the Warp as science. And with the Nagi, the Nicissar, and now Human psykers; the Tau are certainly no longer naive as concerns the Warp. Even if they don’t “understand” the warp, the Tau have allies that do.TauMan
- Yes, a Shaman (non-psyker) would be possible. An ascended "Bodhisattva" of the Tau'va is also possible. But would either one ever happen? Calmnsword
- Yes, the Tau is kisune'shas snaet'as!
And we still have "He-who-must-not-be-named" to blame for most of it.
Well, that's it for me.
PS If anyone doesn't like what Phil Kelly has done with Farsight, then don't read Fire and Ice
by Peter Fehervari, you'll cry yourself to sleep!