So stormcast have the human keyword. But what does this mean? Does this mean human as in their biology or or does it mean human as in their Humanity and Soul. Can they truly be called humans at all anymore?
That depends entirely on your definition of humanity.
Did you come up with the idea for the great. oubliette?
Nope. I believe Phil Kelly came up with that one.
How well did gravewild fare against the nighthaunt legions that attacked during the necroquake?
Not well, but better than most.
Do the freeguild have skyships and a Navy?
Some do, some don’t. The freeguilds vary in size and composition.
What does grave-silk look like? Does it have any special properties? And what is damask? Also what does stargleam taste like?
I’ve never given it much thought, but I imagine it looks like the hair of a corpse after its been in the ground for a few months. It’s as strong as steel, when treated with unguents composed of corpse-fat and shadeglass. Damask is a real thing. Look it up. And it tastes like moonlight.
In the free cities of Sigmar what is the development level of economics. Like does investing exist? joint ventures? Do Early stock market exist?
Different cities have different economies. Investment does exist, as do joint ventures.
With many of the Great cities of order being based off of Azyrhaim, which is a meritocracy. Is there a lot of social mobility in the free cities?
Depends on the city, and the people in charge.
How aware are the Gods of their aspects? We’ve seen Nagash is at the very least dimly aware of his other aspects sort of like you’re aware of your hands. But how do you think other gods like Sigmar or Alariele view them or the interpretations that Mortals come to when trying to understand them?
Some are more aware than others.
Why didn’t Archaon destroy the Black Pyramid after he seized Nagashizzar? And in the core book it says Arkham continued to oversee the building of BP, how could that happen if Nagashizzar was under the control of Chaos?
That I don’t know. A good question to pose to one of the loremasters, like Phil Kelly or Nick Horth.
Are you of the belief that once a man of woman falls to Chaos he is doomed forever, barring getting a haircut from Ghal Maraz? How far is too far gone if it exists? Is corruption complete or a series of events to damnation?
All of the above.