Tau Empire

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On the whole, Tau society is highly collectivist in it's operation. The Tau believe that they should work for for the '''Greater Good''' of the Tau Empire as a whole in their own way -- be it as an infantryman or an engineer -- and that all shall benefit from this collectively. The Tau Empire generally believes that this applies to other species as well and that they can and should be brought into the Tau Empire to help each other strive for the Greater Good. Tau Society is highly structured, this makes Tau civilization hard to infiltrate and when combined with their lack of psionic abilities makes the Tau very hard for the forces of [[Chaos]] to corrupt.
 
On the whole, Tau society is highly collectivist in it's operation. The Tau believe that they should work for for the '''Greater Good''' of the Tau Empire as a whole in their own way -- be it as an infantryman or an engineer -- and that all shall benefit from this collectively. The Tau Empire generally believes that this applies to other species as well and that they can and should be brought into the Tau Empire to help each other strive for the Greater Good. Tau Society is highly structured, this makes Tau civilization hard to infiltrate and when combined with their lack of psionic abilities makes the Tau very hard for the forces of [[Chaos]] to corrupt.
  
As the Tau Empire is is general not xenophobic towards other races, is willing to accept some foreign concepts and is in general not overtly brutal, they generally come off as "good guys" in Warhammer 40,000. Nevertheless, the Tau Empire can be quite intolerant of deviant beliefs, forcibly re-educating those who adhere to incompitable belief systems, and are more than willing to eradicate entire populations who do not submit to the Greater Good.
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As the Tau Empire is not generally xenophobic towards other races, is willing to accept some foreign concepts, and is in not overtly brutal, they may be perceived as "good guys" in Warhammer 40,000. Nevertheless, the Tau Empire can be quite intolerant of deviant beliefs, forcibly re-educating those who adhere to incompatible belief systems, and are more than willing to eradicate entire populations who do not submit to the Greater Good.
  
 
In terms of administration, the Tau Empire is divided into provinces known as Septs consisting of a primary starsystem and subordinate small-scale colonies. The capital of the Tau Empire is the Tau Homeworld of T'au.
 
In terms of administration, the Tau Empire is divided into provinces known as Septs consisting of a primary starsystem and subordinate small-scale colonies. The capital of the Tau Empire is the Tau Homeworld of T'au.

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