Deathwing Vs Shard of the Yggra’nya

Deathwing Vs Shard of The Yggra'nya

Suggested by Rookie

Deathwing (World of Warcraft) will go up against Shard of the Yggra’nya, first time here (Warhammer 40 000).

Scenario 1: Deathwing do not have Demon Soul with him.

Scenario 2: Deathwing have Demon Soul with him.

How will this go?

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21 Comments on "Deathwing Vs Shard of the Yggra’nya"

  1. Ordo11 June 9, 2015 at 12:31 am -      #1

    Umm, I think death wing will pretty much loose. I believe the other one is a c’tan so if it is death wing is fucked, if not idk.

  2. pimpmage June 9, 2015 at 12:42 am -      #2

    I am not sure if these guys can even hurt each other. Deathwing required a ex machina god item powered by green jesus to make him vulnerable for the champions to kill. And for the ctan, I have seen no showing of their durability. I dunno if they can even die.

  3. Super Combine June 9, 2015 at 12:50 am -      #3

    They can die, the Flayer was killed by a Necron super weapon of some kind.

  4. pimpmage June 9, 2015 at 12:52 am -      #4

    Do you have any more details for that combine?

  5. Super Combine June 9, 2015 at 1:07 am -      #5

    Unfortunately, no. IIRC, it was a short piece from the 5th ed Necron Codex talking about the origins of the Flayer curse. I don’t think it’s ever elaborated on what exactly it takes to perma kill a C’tan, just that it is somehow possible.

    Rookie probably knows more about it.

  6. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 1:50 am -      #6

    @pimpmage

    “Do you have any more details ”

    Here is how Flayer died (skip to the end of Return to Damnos operation):
    warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Damnos

  7. pimpmage June 9, 2015 at 2:18 am -      #7

    The flayer was killed by a vortex grenade? So the c’tan was just bfred into the warp where it would be completely helpless. I dunno if that would even kill it though.

  8. Neon Lord June 9, 2015 at 2:42 am -      #8

    “Here is how Flayer died (skip to the end of Return to Damnos operation):”

    Just pointing out that that is a shard of a different C’tan.

    Blackstone Fortresses and their planet-killing warp beams of doom were one of the original weapons designed to take out C’tan.

  9. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 2:55 am -      #9

    @pimpmage

    “I dunno if that would even kill it though.”

    It was never stated that he survived, nor he ever appeared anywhere else (and damn, Damnos necrons sucks so much) so he probably dead for good.

    Info about Yggra’nya.
    Have a sharpest sword in the galaxy, it’s cuting edge only molecule thick.
    Have three skulls of space marines (chapter master of Astral Knights, chaplain and techmarine) which are covered in necrodermis and with spacemarines souls inside of the skulls. Can throw them at the enemy and necrodermis will create bodies, armors and weapons for space marines and they will fight for him. Pretty much useless here.
    His third eye works as precog, but only based on data that he collected about the enemy. Pretty much useless here.
    Some other feats:

    “Hyalhi was barely finished when the first explosion shuddered the lightning rail. He ran to the end of the last carriage and leaned out to see. On the horizon, a good distance across the cityscape, a plume of dust and smoke erupted into the sky, throwing a rain of torn metal across the city. It looked like a great dark serpent striking up at the clouds.

    In the centre of the debris cloud rose a burning ember, a mote of fire ascending from the darkness. It gathered matter and light into itself like a black hole pulling at the surface of Borsis.

    Silver and gold glittered as Overlord Heqiroth and his lychguard retinue arrived on the battlements. The darkness bore over them as the moon that passed closest to it was torn apart and absorbed into its body. Heqiroth took one look at the approaching entity and the silvery necrodermis swarmed over his body in a protective shroud.

    An arm of compacted debris swept the lychguard off the wall. They tumbled down the side of the cathedral along with tonnes of shattered battlement. The darkness loomed closer and the necrodermis squirmed off Heqiroth’s body as if of its own accord, drawn off in ductile streamers into the swirling blackness.
    The entity wove the necrodermis around it into the form of the star­god the necrons had first beseeched, then worshipped, then destroyed.

    …Overlord Heqiroth lifted off the battlements and dissected, piece by piece, by the will of Yggra’nya. Each section peeled and lifted away, gradually reducing the overlord to a spindly metal skeleton that squirmed in pain, if necrons could feel it. That, too, was dissolved away until only a glimmering speck of consciousness sat in Yggra’nya’s palm. Then the c’tan closed its fist and Heqiroth, too, was annihilated.

    forming great rings that orbited the star­god. Then they became gigantic blades that Yggra’nya stabbed into the surface of Borsis, driving them deep down through the crust of the world it had once built in an earlier age of the galaxy.
    Yggra’nya dived into the fissure it had opened up. Hyalhi could feel it ripping through the planet, dissolving everything in front of it like a blowtorch through flesh. It tore through the vast power sources that drove Borsis, through the chambers where warrior­constructs were assembled and repaired, through the necropoli of long­forgotten dynasties and the vaults full of war machines and spacecraft. It shrieked through the core of the planet and looped around again, riddling Borsis with molten destruction in its rage.”

  10. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 3:12 am -      #10

    Also Yggra’nya should have access to all warhammer40k.wikia.com/wiki/Tesseract_Vault powers, since he is a free shard IMO.

  11. Kitten Lord June 9, 2015 at 5:22 am -      #11

    A molecule thick sword? wow, how hard does he swing? I am leaning towards the shard cutting up Deathwing.

  12. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 5:28 am -      #12

    @Kitten Lord

    “A molecule thick sword? wow, how hard does he swing?”

    Dunno, he never used it to my knowledge.
    The other Necron who used similar blades (and for some reason was the only Necron who never regenerate himself) was sliced and diced spacemarines with ease and even damage chapter master power weapons with ease.

  13. Neon Lord June 9, 2015 at 6:11 am -      #13

    “Have a sharpest sword in the galaxy, it’s cuting edge only molecule thick.”

    Space Marines all have monomolecular blades too…

  14. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 6:13 am -      #14

    @Neon Lord

    “Space Marines all have monomolecular blades too…”

    Huh… never knew this actually.

  15. Darth Bombad June 9, 2015 at 6:24 am -      #15

    Doesn’t Death Wing cause massive destruction just by flying bu?.

  16. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 6:25 am -      #16

    @Darth Bombad

    “Doesn’t Death Wing cause massive destruction just by flying bu?.”

    Yes.

  17. Ragnorke June 9, 2015 at 7:30 am -      #17

    @Rookie
    “Have a sharpest sword in the galaxy, it’s cuting edge only molecule thick.”

    There’s sharper than molecule thick swords in real life as we speak.
    Just saying.

    @Kitten
    “I am leaning towards the shard cutting up Deathwing.”

    How fast can he fly around?
    I don’t see Deathwing trying to fight the C’tan face to tace.

  18. Kitten Lord June 9, 2015 at 8:31 am -      #18

    Not sure, I mean Deathwing is pretty full of hubris. I know the WoW heroes can get on his back just by parachuting down, so I cannot see this thing having too much issue getting on the dragon as long as it does, at some point come into range.

    If the Shard can fly, this should be easier for it still. Problem with dragons is, their more dangerous end is their mouths but their so big and often cumbersome so that once a small thing, like the heroes can get on it, its a job to get off.

  19. Rookie June 9, 2015 at 8:42 am -      #19

    @Kitten Lord

    “If the Shard can fly, this should be easier for it still. ”

    Yep it can:


    ‘We will find you!’ yelled Hyalhi at the star­-god. If it heard him, it gave no reply. It simply shot up into space, the silver streak of its body vanishing into the void.”

  20. Ragnorke June 9, 2015 at 9:15 am -      #20

    Oh how big is the Shard…?
    And more importantly how big is his sword?

    If he’s near human sized, he’d only be making tiny annoying scratches on the Dragons body.
    The pressure would be irrelevant if the only thing it can cut into is a layer of skin (or dragonhide rather)

  21. pimpmage June 9, 2015 at 12:39 pm -      #21

    I don’t think this match will be decided on physical combat. Both have reality warping/world destroying hax. And both have unknown durability. And I am still unsure either can actually die.

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