Surely if your the one befouling you'd not expect to be befouled. The eldar are rightly paranoid of that sort of thing for the most part. I'd not be surprised if they did stuff like take a slow acting poison before a battle to avoid capture assuming they took the antidote afterwards. It'd make sense if they had soulstones and most battles ended in like half an hour tops.
Or at least that is what I'd do, it'd really remove the fear of death knowing you'd perish either way if you didn't fight your hardest. Not to mention there are things much worse than death.
Firstly: The weight/pull of the woman looks realistic and convincing despite little bone/muscle detail, I'm impressed! Secondly: Torturer's thumbs-up cracks me the fuck up. Awesome job on details and the like as well. I´m a quiet Serberus fan as well *)
So he basically give Eldar as a gift to Slaanesh Raptor? He is a Heretic so it really doesn't matter.
As for "Beware the alien, the mutant, the heretic." thing - the Inquisition have secret alliance with several Eldar Craftworlds. They occasionally go to missions together ( Deathwatch ) so your argument is invalid.
Deathwatch and any other Roleplaying subsidiary doesn't count as Official Warhammer cannon because of the sheer fact that any Dungeon Master can weave the story according to his will,having the option to tamper with the IP set by GW, unless it is recorded into the Black Library.
"Some human organisations, including some factions of the Inquisition, individual Navigator families, the Illuminati brotherhood, etc., even have certain secret dealings and alliances with the Eldar. All these agreements are always carefully guarded secrets, as they would be considered treason by other more conservative factions of the Imperium. One such pact is the Coven of Isha."
Your arguments are still invalid since this is from codexes.
You sure as hell don't understand how the world around you works, nor the universe you so pompously think you know so well.
Let me give you a history lesson,kid. Codexes, will NEVER be a VALID source for FLUFF. I will deconstruct this as simple as possible for your feeble mind to comprehend.
1. The Fluff released throughout EDITIONS will never be COHERENT with each other UNLESS they RELEASE ALL CODEXES AT THE SAME TIME.
2. The information in CODEXES strongly contradicts some points in Novels and Books from Black Library. Do you want to know why is that? Because Codexes are made and tailored especially for a certain MARKETABLE SOURCE.
Example number one is MATT WARD's Codex Grey Knights. Are we supposed to now, take off the shelves over 22 Books containing information about Grey Knights and Tailor them towards the CODEX? and UPDATE the stories to fit the CODEX? NO. OF COURSE NOT.
Example number two : Codex Necrons, new release TOTALLY FLIPS THE BOARD ON NECRONS. Are we now supposed to ignore everything that's transpired in the past with the Necrons and just go ahead and accept the new Emotionally-sensitive robots? NO.
You've also CONTRADICTED yourself right here : "they would be considered treason by other more conservative factions of the Imperium"
Case closed. Go play some more Dawn of war with the rest of your muppets that think you know everything about Warhammer once you've "Beaten" the game.
Well son, clearly you have no knowledge whatsoever about the Inquisition, they do not give 2 shits about any other race than Humanity, your prime example is located in the Imperial Guard. Commissariat shoots guardsmen on sight just for those types of thoughts, or even conversations. Aeck Eisenhorn for that.