You quickly move on, not wanting to press the subject and ask Eden when she'll be able to get new companions and weapons from the real world.
"I'm not sure. I'll know it when I feel it. The deeper we go in, however, the more rare these places will become." She looked at the cloud. "You'll feel it too. A blank spot in the god's realm. Standing in one and focusing on me will tell me you need me..." She looked at you. "Also, remember, just as this area of the warp is driven by thought, the realm is too. It will not be as free as this area, however, but several people focusing on one thing can change it. For example, you may be able to create a door where there is none. Not from scratch, however. Merely alter what it is that you see. The more the god awakens, the harder this will become. Use stealth when possible and move as quickly as you can... Also..." A large object traveled through her arm, appearing in her hand. A vortex grenade. "The inquisitor wanted you to have this. Not sure what it will do from inside the warp... Most likely cause some horrible warp distortion and displace a huge chunk of power. I'm also going to guess that it is guaranteed to malfunction in here and cause catastrophic damage to everything around it. If you want to use it, I suggest running as fast as possible if you do."
You see some hive Daemons a distance away and a few suspicious rocks below you. More scavengers had joined the swarm at your tail, some of them getting uncomfortably close. One of them, a jet black, slimy, webbed thing roughly resembling an octopus zipped by your side, catching a much smaller scavenger in its mouth, crunching through its exoskeleton before resuming its path a meter or so below you.