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Eventually, the other gods will ally against the dominant the material universe that attracts the attention of all the Gods of force, and through combined efforts reduce him in power until Chaos.

So important is this new element, so desired by the Ruinous another of their number rises to prominence. This pattern is played Powers or so dangerous to their shared ambitions, that all rivalry is out again and again through eternity.

It seems unlikely that any temporarily put aside in order to take advantage of this particular Chaos God could ever truly be victorious, and it is unthinkable opportunity, or thwart the threat it presents.

In such an instance, what might happen should such an event ever occur, but it the gods will work together, and the galaxy trembles before their certainly is not for lack of trying. When the gods do battle, the immaterium shakes and warp For Mankind, the most significant occasion of this type was the storms rage across the galaxy.

Within the Realm of Chaos, hordes rise of the Emperor. Possessed of personality and intelligence, the Daemons of Terra where they were created, and culminating in the spiritual a Chaos God aspire to draw favour from their master, and often corruption of half their number and the civil wars of the Horus launch their own attacks into the domains of rival Daemons.

The Heresy. Other events have led to briefer cessations of conflict in armies of the gods pour from one territory to another in a ceaseless the Realm of Chaos: particularly promising Black Crusades, for example, or the extermination or birth of a new race.

Ruinous Powers, though it ebbs and flows according to the Sometimes treaties will be broken even before their mutual goals vagaries of the Great Game. Currently, Khorne is held as the are met, with one god or another, or all four, overstepping the mightiest of all, for the practice of murder and blood sacrifice bounds of their agreement and attempting to usurp their rivals.

Once again the Realm of Chaos will thunder to the march of the daemonic legions, and their age-old feuds will spill over into the Though Khorne sees the use of sorcery as the refuge of domains of realspace.

Last in the pantheon is of a newly opened rift or swirling warp storm to materialise a Slaanesh, who knows well how to play on the obsessions of Daemon host that will run rampant across the mortal worlds.

Each of Excess can turn to his will with a whispered promise. While the Chaos Gods are all enemies in the Great Game, each bears a special enmity for one of their brothers in particular.

There is always a plan to his attacks, although it is often The Realm of Chaos is without limits or true geography. Through plotting and sorcery, the Changer of their domains, and the rest of this roiling landscape is often Ways will set his enemies against each other, sowing confusion and referred to as the Formless Wastes. Sonorous chanting and the dolorous clangs of of limbs, and the departed spirits of titanic god-machines rusted bells herald their attacks, while the army advances under slump in graveyard heaps.

Every dream and nightmare, an impenetrable swarm of flies. Capering Daemon-mites carpet every lunatic vision and deranged fancy, finds its home in the ground before the host, and the noxious poxes of the fleshy this damned place, as do the creatures known as the Furies hulks that command them kill everything in their path, rendering — Daemons created by indecision and random chance. They all life down to mulch from which corrupted fungi and poisonous are heralded by disembodied voices, lacking anything but the plants erupt.

Greater Daemons and Daemon Princes grown powerful enough to instil a small The invasions of Slaanesh begin in an insidious fashion before measure of control over their surroundings also create their developing into a full frontal assault.

By the time his lithe and sensuous creator, a small shrine or temple to a niche of belief. A new era of terror and bloodshed was ushered in by that galaxy-spanning tear in the fabric of reality, and the armies of the Chaos Gods, mortal and daemonic alike, began to conquer and consume the worlds of Humanity and alien races with unprecedented impunity.

Had the Chaos Gods worked in unison in the wake of that terrible event, it is doubtless that realspace would have been utterly consumed by the sprawling madness of the warp. Yet true to their nature, the dark brothers saw the anarchy as an opportunity to fulfil their own agendas: to kill, to change, to pollute, to bathe in excess.

The barbaric Orks are only incited by the surging conflicts around them, and greet the prospect of battle against the daemonic legions with the same reckless enthusiasm they always have. The intergalactic devourers known as the Tyranids regard the immaterial Daemons with a special distaste, seeing them only as threats to the biomass they wish to consume.

So the ultimate battle for the galaxy continues, the Chaos Gods Only the promise of rich rewards brings pause to the Great Game, and their Daemon legions threatening to annihilate everything, and even then, all alliances between the gods are but temporary.

He is wrath incarnate, the embodiment of a never-ending compulsion to dominate and destroy. It is his sole desire to drown the galaxy in a tide of slaughter, to conquer and kill every living thing until there is nothing left but spilt blood and shattered bone.

This broad and muscular humanoid hundreds That which Khorne demands is simple: haze-filled throne room sits in the foremost of feet tall. He has the face of a savage, blood and more blood. His only temple keep of the Brass Citadel, the castle of snarling dog, though his twisted features is the battlefield, his sole sacrament the Khorne. Decorated with red-veined are all but hidden by a baroque helm blood of nations. Consciously or not, all marble, the metal walls of the unholy decorated with the skulls of conqueror warrior cultures pay Khorne homage with fortress are broken by jagged outcrops, kings.

His every word is a growl of his favoured Space Marine Traitor parapet, ready to spew scalding streams of of endless fury, and his roars of bloodlust Legion, the World Eaters. He looks well upon but with the boiling blood of those who brass, atop a mountain of skulls.

The those warriors who slay their allies, for they have lost their lives to war. Every species that flows, only that it flows. Those devotees of cracked land littered with the splintered has ever, and will ever, exist is represented, who let a day pass without committing an bones of those fallen in battle. Packs of from human heads beyond counting to act of bloody-handed slaughter inevitably slavering Flesh Hounds prowl these wastes Tyranid skulls the size of hab-blocks.

The dominion of Khorne is a monument crevasse, a canyon many miles long and to fury and violence. It is built upon unfathomably deep. Roll up to 3 d6, you can then summon a unit of equal or less power level than the number rolled. New unit is treated as reinforcements, can be placed 9" from enemy and 12" from summoner. Doubles is a mortal wound on summoner. Cypher used to, but cannot any more. Roll 9D6 instead of 3, but your Character gets splattered if you roll triples.

Translated: If your army is battleforged, all Troop Choices in range of an objective marker count as controlling it regardless of how many enemy models are closer unless the opponent's troops have a similar rule. Daemonic Rewards[ edit ] Unstoppable Ferocity: Khorne models get this.

Now, this helps, but unfortunately Bloodletters and the like may feel it when the enemy kills them before they can strike back. As always, get that charge. Ephemeral Form: Tzeentch models get this. Self-explanatory, really. The only thing this doesn't help against is mortal wounds, but them's the breaks! Disgustingly Resilient: Nurgle models get this. Now back on bog-standard Plaguebearers! Quicksilver Swiftness: Slaanesh models get this.

Models with this confusingly written special rule always attack first in close combat, unless they were charged by something else, or the enemy unit has a similar ability, or a strategem is used to interrupt combat flow in which case you alternate activation as normal starting with the player who's turn it is.

Basically, it's like you've charged every turn. This rule doesn't really change your tactics much as you ideally still want to be the one to charge first, and Quicksilver Swiftness only really comes into play with combats that last more than one round or if your opponent is charging with multiple units, which is relatively rare in 8th - but it's nice when it does work in your favour.

Slaanesh is gonna get squatted like AoS? Fuck that noise WC7 selects a Tzeentch Daemon unit within 18" and gives it a mutation! WC9 WC8 now, a little bit easier to cast. However, auto causes an enemy unit within 18" to take d3 Mortal Wounds! If you kill a character, it becomes a spawn! Also it says clearly in the codex that you have to pay reinforcement points for the spawn in competitive games, which is fucking stupid. If manifested, you can re-roll a single die roll later that turn. Free re-rolls are always useful and it does not eat a command point.

You can choose an enemy character within 18", except the enemy warlord. It is then yours for the Shooting, Charge and Fight phases! Edit: as well as beating the WC8 you must also then roll HIGHER than the target's leadership on 2 dice, considering that most Characters have a higher than average Leadership value this power becomes vastly unreliable and a very rare sight.

Your Horrors can now hold their own in the shooting phase even without smite spamming with this active. If manifested, identify the nearest visible enemy model within 12" of the psyker. Ideal for punishing enemies that like to huddle close to characters with auras. The god of magic has blessed his lesser manifestations with a discipline that's actually worth using! Overall you should probably run Boon of Change on your heralds, it's the only power they can somewhat reliable cast.

Treason of Tzeentch is unreliable in extreme, e. Infernal Gateway is also tough to activate, but unlike Smite or Bolt of Change it can hit multiple units at once. Just make sure it doesn't hit your own units in the process, though. Flickering Flames is cheap to cast and it helps to patch up one of your weaknesses for good measure. Gaze of Fate is an absolute must-have no matter what your plan is. It's practically a CP re-roll that doesn't use up the CP- which means you can use them on other Stratagems instead.

Always have at least one Psyker that can use it at any given time.

If you're allying with Death Guard , use this on a group of 3 Myphitic Blight Haulers to create a near-immortal, high speed blob of death.

Nurgle units are unaffected.

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Similar to the Death Guard Stratagem of the same name, but doesn't use CP and can be used more than once per game. Until the start of your next psychic phase, they have -1 toughness. Yes, this can affect vehicles. Combo with Virulent Blessing for extra Nurgle-tainted cheese.

So any 6s do double damage, essentially. WC6, -1 to hit against said unit. Stops exploding attacks and such.

Highest WC of 7 means the whole discipline is relatively easy to cast too! Roll 2d6 add 2 if WC roll was 10 or higher targeting closest visible enemy unit within 18". That unit suffers a mortal wound for each point that your 2d6 exceeds their leadership.

It's basically a gambler's version of Smite. Harder to make work but potentially more damaging when it does work. What a sweet song this Choir sings. Nearest enemy unit within 18" suffers -1 To-hit until the start of your next psychic phase. Potentially a great pick against more Elite Armies. By far the best power of the three, reliable to cast and guaranteed to be useful against anything that ain't a flamer.

Cast while using Deamonettes with the Masque for fun and profit. Targets a friendly unit of Slaanesh Daemons that is in combat and lets them pile in and fight as if it were the fight phase. Killy Slaanesh daemons are getting an additional fight phase? Can be useful. But keep in mind that you'll have to survive at least one Fight phase, but with all of that Attack and to hit penalties that should not be hard, also, as WC8 it's not easy to get off.

It is also great for allied Warp Talons, Possessed or Mutilators of Slaanesh that can survive a round of combat. A nerfed version of the Chaos Space Marine power. An excellent horde-buster that gets more powerful with the size of the targeted unit. Enemies within 18" get -1 Leadership until your next Psychic phase. Greatly stacks with other -LD sources and Cacophonic Choir. Quite spectacular, but requires some brain power and some luck. Symphony of Pain, paired with our new Warlord Trait and stratagem, reducing enemies attacks characteristics, helps our rather squishy daemon almost to become unkillable for our opponents.

Hysterical Frenzy is hard to get, but another round of combat is great! Especially if we are talking about Daemons of Slaanesh. Delightful Agonies is But still, it's basically "almost" free FNP for our squishy troops, so it's okay.

Pavane of Slaanesh is just Tzeentch stratagem, but a lot better and doesn't require our CP.

Phantasmagoria has a great potential, since it works with Cacophonic Choir, and being 12"! AOE can have a great impact on the battlefield. Sadly, no warptime or Prescience. While not as spammable and reliable as Smite, it can target specific enemy units rather than just the closest.

Target an enemy unit within 12" - they cannot take invulnerable saves. There is a very crucial difference between Death Hex and Null Zone; Null Zone is a 6" bubble around the psyker, whereas Death Hex has a longer 12" range and can choose a specific target, which arguably makes it much more flexible. Since you're only unable to target characters in the Shooting phase, you can strip Girlyman or Cawl or Celestine of their invuln save and then rip them to pieces in close combat.

Targets an enemy model within 6 inches. Roll a die.

If a Character is slain, add a Chaos Spa RAW this states it targets an enemy model, but also RAW mortal wounds roll over, so it can and will hurt multi-model units if you roll well. Important note: Per the current FAQ, once the game begins, both MarkofChaos and Allegiance are treated the same for auras, psychic powers and other abilities, but not all rules such as Stratagems, which are still locked to Daemon faction keyword.

Daemonic Loci were an attempt made by GeeDubbs to incentivize daemon players to lean more toward mono-god armies despite the complete and total lack of diversity in units unless you play Nurgle, apparently. If your army is Battle-Forged all the Characters in your mono-god Chaos Daemons detachments gain one of these based on the god they serve.

The Loci are not must-haves so building armies using Detachments with Daemons serving several gods is valid. Note that units can benefit from the Loci of a Character even if they are part of a Detachment that includes units serving other gods than their own, as long as that Character is in a mono-god Detachment.

Daemons of Khorne[ edit ] The Daemons of Khorne perceive everything through a red mist of undiluted rage. They cannot wait to spill blood, and so surge across the battlefield to get to grips with their foes as quickly as possible so that the slaughter can begin in earnest. Warlord Traits: 1 - Aspect of Death: Whenever an enemy unit fails a leadership test within 8" of the warlord, an additional model flees.

Because fuck conscript and cultist blobs. Karanak gets this. If you hit, the target takes d3 mortal wounds. Skulltaker gets this.

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Khorne demons reroll 1s to hit if they charged this turn. Skarbrand gets this.

You get all the same bonuses and the unit can, once per game, roll 3d6 when making a charge. Remember that you can only declare a charge if you are within 12" so this only makes charges more likely to happen, not longer.

Hang on there: just because you can only declare a charge on units within 12 inches doesn't mean you can't move BEYOND 12 inches. Declare a charge on what you can, and then move your full distance rolled! Note to this note: you can't attack anything you didn't declare a charge against, but you can still lock it in combat.

This is especially key against units armed with flamers, since you want to tie them up without actually charging them. NOTE: the upgrade happens before the game starts so remember to keep your banner bearer safe since your opponent will know it's coming.

Not bad, but your Daemon Prince is already doing half of this for free. Frenetic Bloodlust 3CP : use at the end of any fight phase.

A Khorne Daemon unit can fight again. Relics: Armour of Scorn: Khorne Monster only. Combine with Bloodletter Bomb and watch Blood Angels' jaws drop with the amount blood and fury unleashed! This also works with Lord of Skulls since he is a demon, so who said Khorne cant be shooty?

King of Blades: Khorne models only. HQ[ edit ] Bloodthirster: Still come in the three flavors from earlier, you'll have to pick the correct one for the job you need done. Forget about summoning them with their PL of 17 unless you want to cough up CP for it. FLY alleviates that problem somewhat, but anti-tank weapons and to a lesser extent anti-air will fuck a Bloodthirster's shit up real fast.

Don't let the 16HP lull you into a false sense of security. Although Khorne favors getting stuck in and fucking things up in melee, remember that giving the rest of your army Ld10 does come in handy. Got even more killy with the codex, but their main problem remains. They are melee fighters with degrading WS to make their problems even more severe One could deepstrike one with the new stratagems, but doing so with 30 Bloodletters instead is probably better There is an argument to be made for giving your Bloodthirster the Armor of Scorn so it can zoom up the board without getting shot off the table.

Next, you'll want enough other threats on the board that your opponent will be left with only bad options: Flesh Hound blob screening a Daemon Prince with Skullreaver and a JuggerHerald with King of Blades make for an unavoidable distraction.

Skull Cannons in your backfield, now cheaper and stronger, splits your enemy's anti-tank while allowing you to clear away screens for your harder hitting units.

You'll be annoyed by units on upper floors of buildings, but your Skull Cannons should make enough room for your deep striking Bloodletter units or Furies moving up the board to stream up the floors. A Bloodthirster is a commitment: rush into the enemy as fast and hard as you can with everything you have. They may kill the Bloodthirster, but they leave the rest of your offensive power untouched.

Bloodthirster of Unfettered Fury: the 'go-rounder' amongst the three choices. Good at dealing with elite multi-wounds infantry. Arguably the most reliable of the three thirsters, because - A his weapon skill does not degrade as he takes wounds, and B his big fuckoff axe deals 1d6 damage.

Wrath of Khorne Bloodthirster: A character hunter, that can re-roll all failed attacks roll when targeting a character. Has an axe hitting at S10 AP-4 D1d6 in melee.

Bloodthirster of Insensate Rage: The tank-buster and horde-slayer. D1d6 damage, but you can roll 2 dice and pick the best one for damage. Can instead put out twice as many attacks at S7 -2 AP D1. Hell, you can even Smite vehicles and flyers now.

Great against expensive units like Terminators, Marines and other wound models. Sucky against Hordes but even there it will add up. You are a horny Khorny? Too bad for you Summonings sucks now?

Yeah sure it does for daemons but not for CSM. ANY CSM character can now summon daemons and they can summon daemons of every god if they are not aligned to one. You need anti-horde? Summon some Crushers, Plague Drones or Slaanesh bitches!

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The enemy has a lot of good armor saves? Get some Khornys in! You need to hold the line? Splitting Horrors or Plaguebearers en masse will do it for you! You want to shoot back at the enemy? Just do it!

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This works best with a prince of nurgle,slaanesh, or tzeentch with wings. Choose warptime as your power. The turn that you want to summon your daemon units dont move the prince at the end of the movement phase summon your unit 12 inches away and 9 inchs away from the enemy in a U shaped formation. In the psychic phase cast warptime to move your prince near the front of the U formation , the front models will screen your 8 wound character from enemy fire. Now in that assault phase you can now charge with your prince and the infantry deamon unit taking full affect of that reroll 1's ability of the prince Personally i think 20 demonettes and a winged prince of slaanesh is the perfect choice for this combo.

Keep in mind if you have an instrument of chaos your charge target number is only 8! Imperial Knights have a special rule that allows them to fall back "over" some types of models, allowing them to exit melee in the movement phase.

They then can shoot at said models, despite having just fallen back. This only works against Infantry and Swarms, so Imperial Knights and similar Titanic models can be surrounded and trapped by units of Beasts or Cavalry. Multi-wound models will give them more trouble, as their typical solution to being trapped by multiple models is Stomp, which only does d3 damage per wound so it won't kill entire multi-wound models, every time.

So Flesh hounds, in example, can be used to "pin" an Imperial Knight in place, allowing a Bloodthirster to kill it, without having to be concerned about the cowardly Imperial Knight fleeing combat. The idea boils down to having at least one grinder from every Chaos God and unload artillery from a distance. The problem with this tactic is that it requires A The game set at least points due to one being in 8th edition and B Not go up against range favoring armies like Necrons and Tau because Soul Grinders aren't as fast as they once were.

Cheesy, but expensive. A non-god specific traitor legion like the Iron Warriors or Night Lords is recommended if using Titans, Knights, or Daemon Engines, preferably for more speed to spread out on the battlefield. This tactic is ideal for bigger matches and for those that prefer wipe out strategies over securing objectives. There are a few things your heretical mudfoots can offer their masters, and all on a budget! The most obvious thing is a CP battery brigade, perhaps the cheapest in the game.

Second is summoning fodder. Leman Russes, Basilisks, Malcadors and even the mighty Baneblade, there will certainly be something you can use. And if your opponent doesn't seem concerned about a Daemon horde advancing under the cover of an Earthshaker barrage, check their pulse because they're likely dead. The obvious choice for both fluff and functionality.

Several CSM units have the daemon keyword, which allows buffs from your heralds, greater daemons, psychic powers and stratagems. Aside from the synergies there CSM also have a lot of the heavy shooting Daemons don't have, with Havocs providing cheap fire support, Predators for dealing with infantry and tanks depending on loadout, Fiends having either big scary guns or big meaty claws to spook heavy infantry and armor, Obliterators for a crippling mass of fire from out of nowhere, and lastly Defilers for being better than Soul Grinders in every conceivable way.

Cultists also give you a cheap fodder unit to camp objectives and hold angles while your blocks of daemon troops are busy getting shit done. Rhinos are also a nice thing to grab since they can block enemy LOS and allow your squishier daemons like Bloodletters or Daemonettes to run from cover to cover and set up charges unmolested.To find out more about Warhammer eclectic mix of Daemons belonging to multiple Chaos Gods.

Just wait for your opponent to think that they would rather try their luck in close combat with him instead of shooting, he's a monster there too. Prepare to spend CP on the deep strike stratagem if you don't want to run the risks of footslogging.

Mortal Wounds do not require dice rolls and are allocated directly. Juggernauts of Khorne are corralled. All these dreams warlords and magi to his cause. If a Character is slain, add a Chaos Spa The big synergy winners this edition. In performing the hellish reclaim the independence it has given to its minions at any time.

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