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Not ID'd, just removed- which means EW won't do dick. It's considered slain if it doesn't come back by the game's end. So while it could remove a particularly troublesome multi-wound model that's in your way, there's no guarantee that it'll stay gone. Risky, but rewarding. Gargantuan creatures instead of being removed take D3 wounds so it makes for a niche usage.

Armor of Scorn: 30 points, usable by Bloodthirsters and DPs. The usefulness on a Daemon prince cannot be overstated; This only costs a few points more than Warpforged Armor, which is a mandatory upgrade on Khorne Princes already. Reducing the strength by 1 also means that the Daemon Prince is no longer afraid of generic instant death; only weapons with the actual rule now can ID him the highest strength a weapon can go without going into D is That's on top of making the DP harder to wound in general.

These are not the same. However, it can be terrifyingly devastating on days when it works in your favor - the two generating up to 6 more wounds on an enemy unit just for hitting it!

Personally, the best trait, this means you can one-die a lot of easy powers like the bolt or the nova power. Incorporeal Form: All enemy units suffer -1 to their BS and WS when attacking the Warlord; although inferior to the next trait, it definitely does help against shooty armies like Tau or Guard. Wreak havoc with three psyker level FOUR daemon princes!

Tyrant of the Warp: Ignore your first Perils in a Psychic phase. If you generate 21 warp charge points per turn, you're prone to perils, and if you really want to get a Warp Charge 3 Flickering Fire without dying then just rock this trait, and it sounds pretty badass.

Daemonspark: Warlord and all Tzeentch Daemons in 9" gain Soulblaze on their close combat attacks But still you better reroll this one. Relics[ edit ] Paradox: 25 points, Heralds and LoCs only. Expect to see this on every LoC to hit the field.

You're not taking this because it's a Concussive AP4 melee weapon, you're taking it for the Warp Contradiction rule. With it, once per turn you can turn all the dice you rolled for a Psychic test to the opposite of their displayed value. In other words, you can turn a 1 into a 6 this way and turn a shitty roll into an amazing one instead and then you get perils, lol , keep in mind that this means that you can guarantee a successful power by expending 2x-1 charges 1 for a cost 1, 3 for a cost 2 and 5 for a cost 3.

Now you can feel safe rolling just 5 dice instead of 7 to successfully manifest WC3 powers. Note that Warp Contradiction affects the bearer only and can only be used once every phase. Combined with the Tyrant of the Warp ability, this means you can get the power you need without risk of perils.

The Endless Grimoire: 35 points, Heralds only. If the Warlord only generates powers from the Change discipline, he gets to use all of them. No, you didn't misread, it says "the Warlord", not "the bearer" although nothing prevents you from making the Grimoire's bearer your Warlord. That awesome tome of wisdom looks pricey but instead of rolling shit you have a guaranteed access to powers you need.

The issue is that, in the Pre-Warzone Fenris Codex where the codex specific god powers come into play, they have the requirement that you can only roll up to half on the chosen god's table which would mean you'd have to keep the Warlord at ML 1 for the purposes of this upgrade which sucks. Take a Herald of Tzeentch as Warlord and have all the powers without any risk of nullifying this.

With all these toys you can get an LoC that is almost exactly like Fateweaver. Soul Bane: 15 points, DPs and Heralds only. It's just in the relics cause they need a fluff related reason for having one. It can be interesting on a Herald, if you like spending 15pts for interesting The Oracular Dais: 35 points, Heralds only.

A Disc of Tzeentch that allows you to auto-pass a reserve roll for any friendly Chaos Daemon unit once per turn. This works with instruments to drop a second unit. For an instrument to work you have to pass the reserve-roll and it's actually only 10 points since a normal disc is 25 points.

On the other hand, if you take an unsaved wound you need to pass a Ld test or be removed from play.

While it sounds really risky, on an LoC it's frankly amazing; with T6, 5 wounds, Ld 9, your opponent hitting you on 6s in the air, AND rerolling saves of 1, this makes your LoC a nigh unkillable fuck laying down psychic dakka or summoning unit after unit of daemons. Hopefully for the sake of your opponent this doesn't stack with the Warp Tether Warlord Trait, but it does stack with the cursed earth psychic power.

If you want to avoid the risk of the Grimoire just buy the Flyer Ace. Fun fact: Fateweaver used to have almost this exactly. The Everstave: 20 points, Herald or LoC only. Soulblaze is semi decent, the template may not be a baleflamer but it's far from bad.

Take it for the Template or not at all. Combine with flamers to make sure that if you have to burn some space marines that a lot less of them will be upright to minimize the risk of warp flame. Honestly, its not that bad and it can roast some stuff if put on a flying monster. This power right here? It's what is supposed to act in the place guns for your army. Flickering fire is a variable yield spell, normally it's a warp charge one spell that throws out 2d6 heavy bolter shots with soulblaze and warpflame.

But by casting it as either a warp charge two or three spell, you add an extra d6 worth of shots for each additional charge you're spending.

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Remember that while Heavy Bolters are generally not that good, yours are generally strapped onto much more mobile shooting platforms who can maneuver to the rear arc on enemy vehicles and glance them out before they knew what hit them. Tzeentch's Firestorm - WC1. Bolt of Change - WC1. As one of three anti tank powers, it's arguably the weaker of the spells, but at warp charge 1, it is easier one to get off.

Alternate Opinion: As a beam weapon with the same range as a bolter there is potential for some pretty good vehicle wrecking capability.

Too random in strength to be reliable, potentially a real fucker if you roll a 6 in the middle of an enemy formation with lots of cover, potentially just a waste of your Warp Charges when you roll S1 and wound not just MEQs on a 6, but those dirt cheap GEQs as well. Decide before casting.

Just take 1 roll and Malefic and swap for Primaris. However, while inferior to Malefic it's not bad, just limited and even Malefic can't summon Flaming Chariots, and since the psychic phase is juuuust before the shooting phase you can use this to summon some powerful shooting attacks and distractions.

If using Magnus, make sure he does this power every turn because summoning at least 5 burning chariots over the course of a game is nothing to scoff at.

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Infernal Gateway - WC2. Bolt of Change's big brother. The blast does mean you have the chance to get multiple targets, but it's a small blast so not ideal.

Prismatic Gaze - WC3. This is what you want to demolish vehicles, Wraithknights, and Dreadknights with. In all, the boost to Warpflame when using the Tzeentch infantry formation works wonders with this discipline, but outside of it? The Exalted Locus is good for this as well, but it's only one squad. Unless, again, you run the Tzeentch infantry based formation.

Which leads to silliness such as 9 squads of Horrors shooting 2d6 Autocannon rounds each with a WC1 power. Are we starting to see a pattern here? Take the Warpflame Host. It improves them and their herald ridiculously well.

Just fucking do it. Nice protection in challenges. Plaguefly Hive: Enemy units can only snap fire at Warlord and his unit, if they are within 7". Makes a great distraction as enemy hits so much less, has a tough time even denting T7 T10 with Iron Arm or Nurgle Discipline.

Brokenly good on a herald in a drone bus. Virulent Touch: If a model takes an unsaved wound from Warlord in the Assault phase, must pass a toughness test or lose a wound with no armor saves allowed. All non-Daemon of Nurgle units within 6" of the bearer friend or foe have their toughness reduced by 1. Combine with Plague Flail and Epidemia and Biomancy's weakness for awesome pew pew.

Corruption: 25 points, only for Nurgle HQs as well. Unusually, this melee weapon has no Strength rating of its own. Instead, it always wounds on a successful To Hit and uses the user's strength for ID and armor penetration purposes. While its AP- may seem like an issue against vehicles, it always glances on a 6 so you may still get lucky with it.

So on an MC, it's auto wounding with AP 2? After resolving close combat attacks, one Plaguebearer unit within 12" of the bearer gain another model for every model that was slain by the bearer.

The new models must be in coherency and follow the normal positioning rules. Epidemia: 20 points, GUOs only. The Doomsday Bell: 30 points, Heralds only. Counts as an Instrument of Chaos and inflicts a -1 Ld penalty as long as the bearer is on the field.

Combine with Slaanesh psychic powers for best results. Death's Head of Duke Olaks: 15 points, Heralds only. Basically a blight grenade on steroids. Anything shy of a terminator is going to at least take a dent from this. Neuter an enemy unit with a temporary Slow and Purposeful?

Yes, please! Plague Wind - WC1.

Miasma of Pestilence- WC1. Any enemy models in close combat with him or his unit suffer a D3 penalty to weapon skill and initiative. Rancid Visitation - WC2. A 12" nova, all units have to pass a toughness test or suffer a wound with no armor or cover allowed, then it has to pass ANOTHER test if it suffered a wound or suffer more wounds until it passes.

This one is warp charge 2, and for a good reason. This thing is nasty if used right, combine with something to nerf toughness to make this a true monster. Instead of rolling to wound, opponent must roll the dice, if result is higher than number of Wounds remained, the model takes an AP2 Instant Death auto-wound. In all, got an even more awesome boost with Curse of the Wulfen. Without a doubt the best discipline to roll on.

Also the witchfires laugh at anything in Power Armor or Terminator Armor. That's a 42" threat range. In short, expect first turn charges with this warlord trait. Quicksilver Duelist: Re-roll all failed hits in a Challenge. That feel when the God of Excess is more choppy than the God of Choppy. Given the wording, your entire army benefits from it. Fatal Caress: 6s to wound are Instant-Death. Stealing abilities from Khorne now, are we?

Remember Slaanesh has rending so even for non monstrous creatures this is going to be an instant-death AP2 hit. Moving on. Bewitching Aura: Enemy units locked in combat with Warlord must take a leadership test or suffer -5 to their Weapon Skill. A power sword that lets you regain a wound when you use it to remove a model. Almost brokenly good on either unit.

Just march down the field and if the enemy doesn't slay your daemon before it can assault a chump squad, or even an elite unit, you might suddenly find yourself healed back to full. Silvershard: 30 points, DPs and KoS only. Also a power sword, but grants 2 extra attacks.

The Forbidden Gem: 15 points, Heralds only.

At start of the fight sub-phase, after challenges issued but before blows are struck, any model in a challenge with the bearer must roll 3D6 and subtract their Ld. That model suffers penalty to WS and Initiative equal to the result for the rest of the phase. This combined with the Exalted Locus of Beguilement makes you a challenge rape machine.

Whips of Agony: 15 points, Exalted Alluress only. S User AP5, allows bearer to reroll all to wound rolls and unsaved wounds prevent the target from performing any attacks for the rest of the Fight sub-phase. Cheap, yet effective. You pretty much need to score 1 wound to disable your enemy having a low S and Rending with to Wound re-roll will maximize the amount of 6s rolls you can get.

If your enemy has a target with I above 4 bring a Fiend to allow your Exalted Allure to attack first. If the bearer kills a MC or Character at Fight sub-phase, he gains an extra attack for the rest of the game. It does stack as its applied at the end of each phase, so if you're planning on going on a spree it might be worth the 15 points.

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A bolter ranged beam with strength 6, AP- and rending. On, say, a flying daemon prince, this is actually pretty good because you can line up multiple targets, potentially in their rear arcs. Acquiescence - WC1. A malediction with 18" range that makes a target enemy suffer a -5 penalty to initiative, and more importantly can't fire overwatch or counter attack. Use it just before you charge, and drink their tears as you spill their blood. Pavane of Slaanesh - WC2 a focused witch fire that makes a target enemy within a bolter shot take a leadership test, if failed a model within said unit loses a wound, if it is slain, the unit keeps suffering wounds until it passes one.

A more mental version of Rancid Visitation, and a much weaker version as well. Never target at multi wound models. Maniacal Fervor - WC1. Yeah, a spell which while buffs, can actually hurt a target. While this can be effective enough on to slaaneshi units, since granting more attacks to the already Rending demons can be enough to make even terminator reach for the safe word, casting this on something like plague drones or noise marines who can both have toughness to likely ignore s3's or armor save them away suddenly makes them much, much more scary with virtually no risk whatsoever.

Ever want to see a GUO do an impression of a Bloodthirster? Cast on a unit of your meatgrinder chariots and look at them go! S3 can't hurt them, and their only purpose is charging, so all those rules can be put to good use.

Actually more like hallucinations. Like an improved version of Telepathy's Dominate Power. I think its quite hard for many to shake off the image of them as being a poor choice too. Chaos Daemons codex review You can make them dedicated if you want but seriously don't bother wasting a precious fast attack slot and points on these guys. Note that this one is not completely the higher the better nor is there a result that does nothing so every turn something happens just as planned.

I aimed to keep the Codex relatively simple, giving the player the options needed to make a characterful army of their choosing, but without over-doing or biasing it. Unusually, this melee weapon has no Strength rating of its own.

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Second, he has to pass a leadership test to call down his apocalyptic barrage and if he fails, your opponent gets to place the blasts. Instead of complex combinations with warp-charge pool, buffs and debuffs, now the most effective mechanics is snowing the opponent under smites. Overall a very deadly flying psyker. So before you go spending hundreds of dollars and hours!

For an army who so heavily relied on psychic powers this is crushing, especially when you consider they have almost no non-psychic shooting not like witchfires were great to begin with.

Lucre wrote:Ha, no it was intended, I get a little tangential sometimes and throw in more criticism than I want to. Acquiescence has been superseded by Debilitating Distention, Maniacal Fervor and Phantasmagoria are excellent blessings and maledictions respectively, but everything else is done better by Change or Plague, however in mirror matches due to demons low leaderships all basic troop demons are leadership 7 , or armies who have low Ld values anyway Tau, Imperial Guard, Orks , this discipline could do good work.

Download Chaos daemons codex pdf files Did I mention they're plastic rather than Finecast? Daemonettes are pretty good when daemona as redirecting units so obok few small units may not be a bad idea. This is your other source for the lack of assault grenades your Daemons carry aside from the Skull Cannon.

Step one is usually the same for building any army: Start with an HQ and two Troops. However, this is a bit more complicated in a Daemons of Chaos army! If are anything like I was when I started playing, you read the fluff on the chaos gods and you think "No fucking way would these miserable sacks of shit ever work together! You're right. I know that winning isn't everything, but if you build a mono-Slaanesh army you're just going to lose all of your games If you don't know how to use them right that is , and that's not fun either.

So here's the real step 1 of building a Chaos Daemons army For the newbies and the non-intelligent players that is:. I'm starting to get the feeling that Phil Kelly had the allies table in mind when he wrote this codex in the first place, because daemons are actually fucking fantastic as a supporting force to a CSM primary army.

Running daemonettes alongside a rhino as mobile cover? Prescience on noise marines? Typhus and Ku'gath bro-ing it up in the same army? Yes please! Oh hell yeah. This is the Daemon-style detachment which is made up of multiple formations nicknamed Decurions after the Necron codex which began the trend Daecurion?

Fuck Objective Secured, this is what Daemons want. Finally, the new FAQ included an official Errata which means any Psyker Daemon in the detachment can draw all of their powers from their God's discipline instead of only half, and they instead trade Chaotic Focus for Psychic Focus.

On paper the bonuses look great, allowing for much greater risk management by re-rolling that 12 on an Instability roll into something hopefully much less damaging, and always adding 1 to rolls of 4 on the warpstorm, even if some units get whacked by Tzeentch's pie plates Roll a 2 or 3? Sorry pal. Be glad you can at least re-roll Instability, because that's still gonna hurt.

In practice, these formations are incredibly expensive despite the buffs they give, and just 2 options in Core and Auxiliary can completely comprise a point army. That's before taking into account how maddeningly expensive the Infernal Tetrad formation can be. Not a lot of flexibility unless you just add Karanak or Furies to make a cheap Daemonic Incursion. Thanks to the latest release of Wrath of Magnus, Tzeentch daemons get their own Decurion style detachment. Note that this is just a new detachment with requirements and is not like what the legions are to the chaos marines.

The only requirement is that all daemons must be Tzeentchian so princes and grinders must be upgraded to Tzeentch.

The detachment also grants Master of Fate which is reroll Tzeentch Daemon Warlord trait and a reroll for the Tzeentchian Warpstorm table. The change to the save makes me think that it's more for MSU style than deathstars or a flying circus All in all, I doubt this detachment will see any use on competitive level due to the change to the invul saves. Though the formations Omniscient Oracles and Heralds Anarchic are awesome so expect those to be seen next to other detachments.

Pray that chaos doesn't abandon you. Want to troll your local daemon-bashing GK players? Here's what you do: Field a Nurgle based List. Hide your troops on your side in ruins or behind a barricade and open up with as many poisoned and decent ap weapons as you can and watch their psycannons just bounce off the ruin.

And you know what? When they come to get you in cc with that dreadknight? BAM poisoned weapons and easy ap2 swords available to all all being heralds and squad leaders! Along with your flying MC being able to tie up their precious heavy weapons and kill those psyrifleman dreads with easy cc and shooting, just watch out for being grounded and mobbed. Demons more than any other army are beholden to dice. You can't remove this element of chance, but you can direct it and take steps to minimize it.

Demons are a army of risk management, as much as tactics. Try thinking of Daemons as an evil old-edition Eldar with tons of glass cannon shit. Because of that, they have a few weaknesses especially against certain armies that are very capable at dealing with glass cannons.

Daemons and Sisters of Battle are so far the last remaining armies in 40K that have difficulty dealing with flyers on their own. However, the situation is less dire for Daemons as they get access to FMCs and have a skyfiring heavy support choice - the Adepta Sorritas get none of that!

So barring your opponent flyer spamming you , here are a few ways to deal with flyers:. Or you could run a Slaanesh prince with wings and armor with 2 greater rewards and ML3 and Swoop around with biomancy, Exchange your greater rewards for 2 whips and potentially dish out 4d6 s9 lashes. Princes are expensive but versatile. Make sure to bring some other scary units so they dont get focused, like a soulgrinder or any greater daemon. Fun is subject to early termination at Tzeentch's discretion.

Fun is to be taken in context of Dwarf Fortress.If failed, the unit takes wounds equal to the difference of the leadership. Seriously though, this one is easily the worst trait you can roll for. Gargantuan creatures instead of being removed take D3 wounds so it makes for a niche usage.

Nice on flying Psykers with lots of Wytchfire powers. In all, the boost to Warpflame when using the Tzeentch infantry formation works wonders with this discipline, but outside of it? In most cases, you'll need 6's to wound them, and you could cause one or two wounds if you're lucky.

No Instant Death or whatever, your models simply cease to exist and you have to go buy new ones. This can be pretty painful depending on who gets hit by it, losing a GUO or a Bloodthirster to this would be a sour feeling indeed!