Currently reading through the BL novel Dawn of War by Goto as an attempt to reinspire myself about the 40k universe, a potentially fatal mistake (! ), and was struck by what I found to be an entirely poor, even childish, approach to the eldar. Furthermore, on numerous occasions the author just seems to get it, well, wrong.
I was wondering whether anyone else had read the book and had similar 'problems' with it...?
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Only read the extract availible from Black Library, but that was enough to put me off. There was just something about the way he portrayed stuff I wasn't liking, and I recall thinking he got something wrong with Eldar Wraithguards.
But I wouldn't consider Eldar my personal strong point (Tau myself ;D ).