regarding khalas end Edit
so far i dont know if the Khala was erased completly after the Khalai Protoss had to sever their nerve cords. Rohana still uses the Khala although some images indicate that she might get corrupted as well later during the campaign (my knowledge is based on the mission progress of LotV... done with Aiur/Shakuras and Korhal missions if anyone proceeded fruther pls edit)
this however still shows no indication for the destruction/eradication of the Khala itself... so this might be a misleading title. Let's see what the campaign brings. ShiQuRas (talk) 01:12, November 10, 2015 (CET)
"This would have the added bonus of allowing Amon and his xel'naga to assert direct control of the protoss if needed."
What's the direct proof of this? Two missions are cited as the source for this, but i'm certain neither of them actually mention anything about that, so this seems a lot like conjecture that doesn't belong here
188.8.131.52 12:13, February 1, 2017 (UTC)
- Gone over them, they don't mention it. Removed the info.--Hawki (talk) 21:52, February 1, 2017 (UTC)
I do have to point out, that when new protoss are born the Khala would be restored fully, since they would have nerve cords. It should still exist to a degree due to the Golden Armada's continued existence. Those ships (and any mech units contained within them) were connected to the Khala, so it should have remained in stasis after the cords were severed. Not sure how quickly Protoss can reproduce though. Either way, while it is likely lost to the current generation of the Daelaum (unless they create a prosthesis that can allow them to connect to it) it is far from gone. --184.108.40.206 05:00, May 3, 2017 (UTC)Akuma-Heika
- While it's been brought up, the fatalistic view of Artanis toward the continued existence of the Khala in Evolution heavily implies the Khala is gone forever now. We don't know if it needed a specific number of protoss in order to support it and without those protoss it collapses. Remember, the Tal'darim have nerve cords as well with no Khala, implying it's also something you willingly have plug into. And technology is only shown to be linked to the psionic matrix, not the Khala itself. The only mention of Khala integration is the dragoon which seemed to be what you described as prosthetics that allow warriors who lost their nerve cords to connect to it.