>HELL Pit Abonimation
>mfw hell doesn't exist in Warhammer Lore
>hell doesn't exist in Warhammer lore
I'll take, "Geographical Locations" for 250, Alex.
>This area is the northern most region in Warhammer Fantasy and is home of the Norsca.
What are "The Chaos Wastes"?
>Correct. And it's the Daily Double!
I'll bet all the money, forever.
>This region of space is home to the estimated location of the Altansar Eldar Craftworld.
What is "The Eye of Terror?"
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Khorne just looked into an alternate timeline where it did, decided Hell sounded metal as fuck and decided to name his shit after it
And the Imperium...got influenced by him subliminally? Or something, I dunno.
You forgot Hellblade and Helltalon
I thought the warp was supposed to be hell, like in event horizon?
Neither of those locations are called "Hell". Since the Christian concept of Hell doesn't exist anymore in 40K, there's no reason for it to be used as a part of a description or name in-universe, which is what the OP was implying you FUCKING DUMBASS.
>its christian connotation is the only possible use of the word hell.
no way in hell it simply pssed down as term for "very hot, very bad, very evil place" without the religious meaning.
Naming is a bit hit or miss in 40k. Hell is the least of your concern. The Tau call their vehicles after Terran fish. Terra's oceans evaporated into nothing aeons before the Tau race even existed. Eldar have Hawks, Dragons, Scorpions. Orks call each other specific English slang.
Am I the only one who thinks Imperial vehicles should have more awesome and edgier names?
People keep saying that but there's no proofs presented. They have a "barcode" and a codename like the XV-88 Broadside (a nautical/military term from ancient terra). Doesn't explain Eldar stuff nor Ork stuff neither.
They pretty much already do:
>Leman Russ (Annihilator, Exterminator, Erradicator, etc)
>Deathstrike missile launcher
Heavy metal vehicles that all sound like heavy metal band names