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Tech Priestess Cog Sign?

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That's right. Titancus (Dan Abnett) describes a little about the icon mechanicus.
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Is this this that Tech Priestess who became a pop star for Mars? :D
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Love the Doc Rock arms on such a cute little thing 😅
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Its left hand over right hand but so kawaii!!!!
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Dreadnought: *Gently pats her head.* "YOU ARE SIMPLY THE MOST ADORABLE."
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Here is the Temple
Here are the Cogitators  
Release the pressure on the hydraulic locks
And here are all the faithful servants of the Omnissiah 
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She is so cute! I just want to do horrible things to her!
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That's the 40k spirit
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I like the doc oc vibe
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She's just too adorable...Love 
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If only all other mechanical adepts were this cute~Neko Emoji-16 (Blush) [V1] 
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I've always wondered what that looked like
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If you mean the "Sign of the Mechanicus" that she`s making with her hands, then it`s correct. It represents two cogwheels that work together (the fingers represent the gears teeths).
Yay, I is knowing something... Meow :3…


Mechanicus sign
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I always thought the fingertips were supposed to rest on the back of the hands (so the fingers represent one big gear), rather than be curled up on the palms (representing two gears)
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Maybe that´s even up to debate. I couldn´t find any official canon picture that showed it exactly, so we can just rely on what fans came up with and agreed upon. 

I´ve also witnessed different variations of this, especially with the fingers stretched out, like you mentioned and some, showing the inner sides of your hands to your opponent in the end. 

The descriptions in the books mention it a bit blurry and just say that the fingers are linked with each other to represent the gears.Confused  

Hey: Maybe this is one of the topics that make a good 40k threadstarter on forums and spawns new hilarious theories.  La la la la 
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