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Documents Similar To Daemons of Chaos 8th longmogedwapor.ga Warhammer 40k 8th Edition Summary. Uploaded by. Anonymous qXke00QUph. Codex Chaos. Codex Chaos Daemons 8th - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. hghdgh. 3 days ago Chaos Daemons are the ultimate enemy of the Imperium, perhaps more . 6 - Miasma of Pestilence: Just like it was in the Death Guard Codex.

The result utterly confounds those nearby that would do the Daemons harm, and means their attacks are often ineffective. Tzeentch is the shooting department in the codex while the other gods often footslog to the enemy to kill him in melee. Daemonic Loci: Locus of Trickery: Tzeentch At the beginning of each Fight phase, roll 2D6 and discard the higher: every time a friendly Tzeentch unit within 6" is attacked, any hit roll matching the remaining dice's result after rerolls but before any modifier is applied fails.

And since you roll once at the beginning of the phase, it's an all-or-nothing effect.

This will stack with other modifiers, so it's great for making the psychic phase better and your Smite hit harder. The Changeling gets this. Your main Psykers already have quite a few wounds, so this is not really needed.

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Kairos Fateweaver gets this. The Blue Scribes get this. Stratagems: Locus of Conjuration 2CP : Pick a Tzeentch character at the beginning of any Psychic phase; all friendly Tzeentch units within 6" can reroll failed Psychic tests. Once per battle, you can use it during the psychic phase. NOTE: the upgrade happens before the game starts so remember to keep your banner bearer safe since your opponent will know its coming.

Magical Boon 1 CP : Use at the end of the psychic phase. Pick a Tzeentch Psyker. They can attempt to manifest another psychic power. Relics: The Impossible Robe: Tzeentch models only. Very nice to keep a lord of change alive against long-range heavy weapons. Even more if combined with the incorporeal form warlord trait. Strength User, Ap -5, 1 damage. Invulnerable saves cannot be taken against this weapon. Wounding with this may be an issue but if it does wound, only FnP equivalents can stop it.

Knows one additional power. Everstave: Tzeentch Model only. Who are we kidding, of course you'll be Smite spamming with Tzeentch! Also has 36" range on his Smite. Like the rest of the "We were really powerful psykers once. Any character he kills in melee turns into a you-know-what. Got a bit cheaper from the index, but probably still overcosted, as he attracts lascannon fire from all over the field and only has a coinflip to defend against it. Only able to cast 2 powers compared to fate-weavers casting 3.

Can deny twice. Also got a bit cheaper from index. The Changeling: Went from a nice fluffy idea with no real purpose to fuckawesome. Now he can copy the stats not wounds!

Oh and he is a psyker and can cast one spell as a cherry on top. No longer the autoinclude the index made him, but still useful. With Formless Horror timing is critical. The ability activates "when the changeling fights" so be careful about getting preemptively struck while in your original vulnerable form before you get the opportunity to..

This means to look out for opponents who charge you with a good chance of taking you outright. The 1" limit is also something to be careful of as well, because unless you can pile in and move across to that big bad dude on the other side of the melee, you might end up being surrounded by opponents who cannot grant you huge buffs.

Leaving you just as vulnerable as when you started, then when he gets the opportunity to pile back, you could be in trouble. To avoid this he can sit behind a unit of something like horrors and perform a heroic intervention when they get charged.

He will be safe from the charging unit as they can only attack their charge target and he can fall back on your turn so they cannot melee him back.

They also autocast a random Tzeentch power every turn, and if they successfully removed an opponent's power in the last psychic phase they also autocast Smite.

As they are not actually psykers themselves, they cannot deny opponent powers- but at the same time their own powers can't be denied or trigger Perils, as no psychic test is made for them.

Just remember to have them cast first, so they don't randomly roll something you've already used. Actually, the FAQ says that's not an issue. This makes them a viable choice, but you need to play them precisely to always position yourself to be able to use all of the powers preferred range - within " of the enemy and within 18" of a unit you would want to buff with flickering flames or boon of change i.

Changecaster: New dumb name for regular Herald. S3 4 T3 W4 means he is rather unimpressive. He can heal himself in melee Cool and is quite pricey.

Knows a 24" Smite and two Tzeentch powers. Can cast and deny once. Fluxmaster: Disc Herald. Same as the normal one, but with Fly, 12" movement and an additional weak attack for 21 more points.

You can also have him escort screamers so their attacks are S7, allowing them to wound most vehicles on a 4 instead of 5s. Fateskimmer: Chariot Herald. And 9 Attacks? And 14" movement? Also Fly? He can take three Blues with him on the chariot himself so no changes to his statline and he is still a single model unit, but they only cost 5 points , for FUN anti-psyker rule enemy psykers take -1 to cast within 9" of him, and if he happens to be around the scribes, enemy psykers within 12" would be ill advised to try to cast anything, really.

Troops[ edit ] Horrors of Tzeentch Greatly changed from their previous incarnations, when a Horror is killed it splits into smaller horrors and also stays part of the same unit. Unfortunately for matched play, the "new" horrors come out of your "reserved for summoning" points allotment.

Thankfully, those points are not reserved just for Horrors, can can be used for summoning other items. While this does reduce the overall size of your force, you could easily use this to keep bodies in the unit on objectives or in high-threat positions. Similarly, the threat of having whatever your opponent kills in a charge splitting off into more units might be enough to make them think twice about it.

If beta rules are implemented as they are now, you will never EVER attempt to smite with your Horrors again. Because Horrors fail their smite two out of three times, and after only two attempts smite difficulty will be 7!

Now finally weaker than conscripts as at least the conscripts can still shoot things Still the cheapest troop choice chaos or anyone? Pink Horrors Expensive at full bore - 7 base, but 17 if you want to afford its blues, and 23 to afford full splitting, so it's just about never worth spending the necessary points on split, but if you want an Instrument for speed, taking 1 without paying for split to upgrade to Iridescent for free to carry it can be justified; never take an Icon unless you bring at least 7 Pinks, as the Icon can't bring back any other color, even though its shitty Morale immunity on a 1 will still work.

Another interesting note, their guns are Strength "User" so if you park them next to a Herald their shooting jumps from up from 3 to 4.

Given the way wounding works in 8th this can make a huge difference, more if you can find a way to bump it further to 5. Codex abridged Overall GW at its finest. The unit that was good in the index Brimstones get hit in the face with the nerfbat HARD , the unit that sucked hard pinks are now ok?

The aforementioned beta smite rule will make the Horror smite harmful for your army as it makes smite more difficult for your real psykers unless an exception for gimped smites is made GKs must be really furious.

Their 12" range and PL4 for three make them excellent summoning material with devastating effect on infantry.

Note: their weapon strength is S:user, which means a nearby herald will make them a heavy flamer profile. These are going to eat most infantry for breakfast. Also, the single model is a character. Take these guys behind those units of brimstones to prevent them from being shot.

Fast Attack[ edit ] Screamers of Tzeentch: They're still fast, but their slashing attacks rule took a slight gimping. Roll a D6 for each passing Screamer and on a 6 the unit suffers a mortal wound. As per the new book, every Attack is made with this profile so screamers are back to being pretty good once again. They are one of the few Tzeentch units that want to be in melee.

This makes them a natural targets for Boon of Change. The big trade off is that it looses the Character Keyword which is one of the best things about the Exalted Flamer which could be hidden behind a wall of horrors and kill tanks. The extra resilience helps to combat the loss, but a couple of lucky lascannon shots will bring it down quickly.

Note, it will take on average So it's not as good as the Exalted flamer with the loss of Character status, but it is a lot tougher than it first appears and makes a half decent distraction carinfex rushing up the boarding shooting stuff.

Did I mention it can be fired within 1" of enemy models and into close combat?

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Also, if you slay the final model of a unit with 10 or more models highly likely , you immediately get 3 Flamers of Tzeentch but do you have to pay for them out of reinforcement points? 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. This guy's simply too expensive for what he brings to the table now.

Hard pass. Daemons of Nurgle[ edit ] The Daemons of Nurgle are surrounded by an aura of pestilence and disease that infects all nearby, and their talons and blades drip with thrice-ripened plagues.

The merest touch of such a weapon in the presence of such a creature can cause a mortal to wither and die in seconds. The big synergy winners this edition.

They lack widespread weapons with good AP but high toughness and Disgusting Resilience will make these units your tanks and tarpits. They are not particularly accurate, but can dish out multi-damage attacks with fitting buffs and some hot rolling. However, they will have trouble with armored targets and when facing off against multi-damage attacks Remember that Disgusting Resilience triggers per wound lost, not per save failed.

Finally, they will struggle to catch fast moving enemies unless you build to counter that. Horticulous Slimux gets this. Epidemius gets this. This means that your warlord can now benefit from cover. Rotigus gets this. Revolting Regeneration 2CP : use at the end of your movement phase. A Nurgle Daemon unit regains d3 wounds or regains 1 slain model if none are wounded.

Locus of Fecundity 2CP : Pick a Nurgle character at the beginning of any phase; reroll all Disgustingly Resilient rolls of 1 for daemons within 6". This increases your For 2 CP, it's not much effect for a big cost.

Relics: Horn of Nurgle's Rot: Nurgle models only. Pairs well with an offensive unit like a daemon prince hiding in a plaguebearers unit. Entropic Knell: Nurgle models only. Corruption: Nurgle models only. HQ[ edit ] Great Unclean One: This fat bastard's an incredibly resilient model, with 18 wounds and the Disgustingly Resilient special rule but somehow still only T7.

He can cast 2 powers and deny 1 power, and knows Smite plus two Nurgle discipline powers. However, he only gives Nurgle Daemons the ability to use his fairly high leadership for Morale tests.

Getting him there can be a problem, so consider splurging on the Deep Strike stratagem to minimize the risks of footslogging. Codex updates: As noted above, he has a pair of new weapon options, the Bileblade and the Doomsday Bell. You have to choose one between the Bilesword and the Doomsday bell and one between the Plagueflail and the Bileblade; pick whichever will best fit that GUO's role e. Also the entire profile was improved since the new model came out.

On average can take 25 las cannon shots at BS3 with out using strategems or pychic buff. Not bad but best to deepstrike because his mobility is painful at a reduced profile Hilariously the Doomsday Bell's ability to revive friendly Nurgle Daemons work with the Myphitic Blight-Haulers from the Deathguard Codex as they are both Nurgle Daemons as per page of the Main Rule Book and come in units of up to 3. His main melee weapon, the Gnarlrod, is esssentially a Bilesword with worse AP but more reliable damage 3 damage instead of d6 , but he has d6 extra Fanged Maw attacks that mean he's still better in melee than the standard GUO.

His real best weapon is the Streams of Brackish Filth, essentially a 2d6 S7 AP-3 flamer that rerolls wounds, sadly he can't shoot into melee like a Plagueflail.

Unlike the Death Guard's Malignant Plaguecaster, this doesn't have any range specified, so you could technically do it from the other side of the board. At only five points more than a Bilesword Great Unclean One, knowing one more power than a basic GUO, and being able to deny one more power as well, you might as well take him. Epidemius Costs a bit more than a normal Herald and is no psyker Smite!

But you want him for his army-wide buff as always. Note that this time you have to destroy units, not models because fielding 4x30 Boyz shouldn't have a downside! If you don't like the old metal mini you can grab a disc of Tzeentch, spit on it, scratch it like a DJ, paint it green and glue a few nurglings and bells from the plaguebearer kit on it and then put a Herald of Nurgle on top. Poxbringer: The classic Herald of Nurgle, now with a new name to distinguish it from the other two Heralds.

They took away his steed, but his balesword is AP-3 and can re-roll all failed wound rolls. He is a psyker and can cast Smite or Stream of Corruption once he reaches melee. Also, every Nurgle Daemon within 6" have to do Morale tests on 2D6 discarding the higher value, and enemy within 6" failing a Morale test loses one model more than it should.

Even if you don't plan on taking lots of Nurglings, the morale benefits alone are worth bringing this freakish jester along.

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Keep him protected, though. He doesn't have much in the way of direct combat ability. However, they will have trouble with armored targets and when facing off against multi-damage attacks Remember that Disgusting Resilience triggers per wound lost, not per save failed. Finally, they will struggle to catch fast moving enemies unless you build to counter that. Fast and fragile and lots of attacks. Let's get this bad boy out of the way: Really, that's it. Regardless of what you throw this at, your opponent will spend their next turn trying to clear it away, which leaves the rest of your army free to run wild.

It costs you Command Points to pull this off with one unit depending on the size of it so be sure to bring a few Battalions. A shooty way to clear any chaff that might stand in the way of your other deep striking units. There are two options of running them: Alternatively they can deep strike and shoot stuff off the table. Since their shooting attack is 18" assault you don't have to deepstrike them right next to a unit.

Also, if you have second turn and your opponent isn't just sitting back in their deployment zone, you could even deepstrike them turn 1 in your deployment zone and hit a unit.

They won't be expecting that. This results in a unit that hits of 3s, wounds elite models like Russes on 4s and does an average of 3. As such, a blob of 30 Plaguebearers will makes 31 attacks, Daemon Princes are one of your rare options to take on vehicles and similar stuff. They are mobile, customizeable and can do some warp stuff too and they are only 8 wounds and therefore can hide behind other units. Most armies will have a few of them. Take 30 plaguebearers with a scrivener and advance over the table and bubble wrap your 3 or more daemon princes so that your enemy has to waste his precious las cannons on your cheap plaguebearers and then jump out of hiding with 12" movement and kill his elite stuff.

If you form a wide oval formation in the center of the table your flying DPs can run around and still hide while your buubble wrap charges and binds stuff here and there. Don't forget your pile in moves to bubble wrap a DP even in combat. Last thing you want is to kill an elite unit shout out in victory and then see your points DP get shot of the next turn. The oval formation is especially nice with khorne or slaanesh DPs that have better chances to reach enemies with their loci.

Combine that formation with some deep striking bombs and the enemy will have multiple big threats in his face. With the release of Chapter Approved, the points cost of several of these models have been vastly increased and the strategy described below doesn't really work anymore.

Two of the most powerful units in the game are Tzeentch Daemons, so The Chicken's powers are picked for you, since the Tzeentch Discipline hasn't been expanded to 3 powers yet. Without any foreknowledge of your local meta or what your opponents might bring, Death Hex is the safest choice, since it's the only power Magnus can bring which will help the rest of the army unless you go for a variant; see below , not counting any Chaos Spawns you make with his Blade.

Then take the Changeling and the Blue Scribes, and 3 minimum units of Brimstone Horrors to screen the Knight, in a Battalion; each unit takes 1 Iridescent Horror with an Instrument, because going from an average Advance of The Changeling can also be used to protect both Magnus and the Chicken, of course, if they need to take cover.

There are basically two ways to modify this list: The Blue Scribes can be dropped for a Malefic Lord, a Smite source and an HQ tax so cheap you can afford a fourth Brimstone Horrors with spare change left over for another 3 Horrors models somewhere, but that will make your Horrors lose Objective Secured, assuming you're playing with the announced Chapter Approved rules.

The Knight can be dropped for a Renegades and Heretics Baneblade you'll need to perform the Scribe to Lord swap to pay for it , or you can pay 3 CP to take the two big demons in their own detachments, and use the Battalion's Heavy slots for Hellforged Deredeos.

If you do that, you can also swap the Scribes for buffers for the Deredeos: If you just want pure Deredeos, the Malefic Lord is cheap enough to let you take 3 of them, although that's also enough for 5 Basilisks. You get a lot of psykers with Horror, Heralds and Greater Daemons. You can cast it into melee while you tie them up with Plaguebearers and Horrors but keep in mind that you have to cast it on the next enemy unit. 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? 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. This he took up his immense sword and smote waste to the substance of worlds with a blood-soaked realm echoes constantly with the ground, splitting it asunder for eternity. The flood of including Woebringer, Warmaker, and of innumerable brass war horns.

Great infernal cannons than the hordes of greenskins that fight domain. The the ground to shudder, and each day the command to unleash the fires of battle original Ork invaders from which they are volcanoes spew out rivers of earthblood on the domains of the other gods. Mighty descended attracted the gaze of the Blood as hot as his anger. With a single growl from Khorne, Their dangerously unhinged warlord, the that swoop down into the battles below.

The Ork warlord proved forges labour the souls of warriors who uncontrollable desire to spill blood if no unstoppable until his Waaagh!

Great smokestacks powerful Daemon Prince high in the billow forth clouds of ruddy vapour that War — constant, mindless bloodletting and standing of Khorne.

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He horde was eventually slain to an Ork by choke the blood red skies with the industry is almost heedless of who is victorious, the wrathful Daemon Prince and his of war. All that spectacle was such that Khorne himself armed and armoured by ceaseless toil. Khorne exists for, all that his entire being ensured the greenskin crusade rose once is bent towards, is the flow of blood from more the very next dawn. Amongst the rage factories can be found fresh wounds and the taking of skulls.

Juggernauts of Khorne are corralled. The It is no accident that war has spread from The Blood God was so impressed by their titanic Daemon-beasts constantly fight one side of the galaxy to the other, for limitless battle-lust that he took the Orks amongst themselves, butting heads and over the aeons, Khorne has ensured that into his own domain. In the shadow of the goring each other to establish dominance. With every clash, wrath of the Juggernauts to take a mount and Khorne has grown powerful indeed as great clouds of fungal spores are released for themselves.

The smashed remains a result. Uncounted worlds resound with by the dying greenskins to take root and of these warriors are left smeared over the clamour of battle, every death rattle flourish in the bloodstained foothills of the walls; only a few of the bravest and a small devotion to his glory. With each the Osseous Peaks. There, yet more Orks strongest succeed in riding from the great new day, ichor mingles with blood on a are born, grow to maturity, and charge gates atop one of these murderous beasts.

Such endless cycles of uninhibited On the outward slopes of the volcanoes are Aeldari and human, Daemon and Ork, bloodshed are most pleasing to the Blood immense parapets and bastions. Though they are savage and unrestrained creatures, Daemons of the Blood God occupy a strict hierarchical structure based on sheer might.

The legions of the Blood God have carved out the largest of all Each Blood Legion is divided into eight cohorts, which are domains in the immaterium through incessant war. The exact composition of these cohorts, and those of any other god, and the strength and ferocity each of his the auxiliary formations and creatures that may fight alongside Daemons exhibits there decides where they rank in his armies.

Clad in baroque armour, cohorts that overrun the foe with waves of infantry attacks; such is wielding fearsome brass axes and whips, each is a demigod of the scale of death around them that they will often be followed by war.

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In contrast, the Hellfire Legions are Greater Daemons would be terrifying enough. Figures of awe amongst Bloodcrushers they lead, while Flesh Hound packs chase down any the servants of the Blood God, they often attract an entourage of that attempt to flee.

Exactly how many types of Blood Legion exist is daemonic champions that follow them into glorious battle. His affinity for the figure, and any of its multiples, is strongly reflected in the organisation of his legions — from the number of Bloodthirster ranks to the number of cohorts in a full strength legion.

Even his mortal worshippers recognise and revere the sacred number, using it in their blood-soaked summoning rituals and carving it upon their flesh in gruesome ceremonies.Every dream and nightmare. Many lords throughout the holding in his hands — a teleport homer the Changeling had stolen galaxy have made unusual and disastrous decisions. Flamers are agile creatures. There have been several instances of overseeing repairs within the Crystal Labyrinth. Since then.

As per the new book, every Attack is made with this profile so screamers are back to being pretty good once again. To compound these new issues Daemonic Instability is gone, and with LD7 morale tests are going to hurt. Karanak is vigilant above all other Flesh Hounds.

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