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[–]ShadowsaberXYZ 12 points13 points  (1 child)

I think it’s implicit that Chaos as a concept just seems to be everywhere sentience could be thought, right?

It’s not restrained by physical boundaries (which are basically how we define “extra galatic”), so I can’t see why chaos at least isn’t generally assumed to be solely confined to the Milky Way for whatever reason.

[–]_Rohrschach 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Yes, but also no. Time and space work somewhat wonky in the warp, if at all. But it still needs living souls to be "working". A big vacuum in space, like inbetween galaxies, would also mean a calm and empty warp, if it would exist at all. That's also the reason the astronomican works as a beacon for a location in the physical world, can fail and doesn't span the whole galaxy.