A bit off topic I guess, but I never thought of 'devoured' as being quite the right word. At least, when I think about it I sort of think of the soul being torn apart as the soul...stuff is drawn into the directions that his emotions led him to at the moment of his death, which for the vast majority of people, would surely be in all sorts of directions. Or, if not at death, then the emotion that was probably the strongest one of his life. For example; someone who died peacefully in bed but felt the elation of becoming a father for the first time. The soul stuff wouldn't necessarily be of the same sort of size as each other though, because people are often conflicted. Only those that dedicate themselves to a god (or rather, to one particular emotion) would be drawn fully into the embrace of that particular god and those that dedicate themselves fully to an emotion would have to be pretty rare and even single-minded in order to do so. I accept that I may be arguing semantics, but I think then that it just joins the god, but not like your immune system engulfing hostile bacteria etc, but more it just sort of seamlessly merges with it. But you don't retain any sense of individuality per say unless that God wills it. For example; if you die to Nurgle's rot, your soul will be 'respun' or reimagined by Nurgle into the form of a Tallyman. Similarly, it's said that even mortals who die but have managed to impress Slaanesh regardless become a Daemon Prince as well. In regards to the Tallyman though; I don't think there's anything particularly different between them being created as any other Daemon considering that all the Gods need faith and worship (whether knowingly or not) in order to power them. Ynnead imo can't possibly form because it's impossible for the Eldar to all join the infinity circuit as there's cases of souls being lost to Slaanesh.