Julgolax Posted November 19, 2012 Share Posted November 19, 2012 Reading over some of the blurbs out there for one of my favorite characters and scenarios, Constantius the Liberator and the Constantius Iconoclasm, I am confused as to how this individual could amass so much fame/infamy and might without picking a god of chaos, especially since this time around, you don't seem to get ANY benefits unless you pick one. So what I'm wondering is unless there's evidence to the contrary here, which god would support a rising tyrant or pirate like Constantius OR if no specific god would be chosen by or choose to aid him than how would he be able to become strong? In the rules, how would you build a chaos lord that would be comparable to a "cult" lord who has chosen one patron? I love Khorne and all, but I'm finding that I love independent chaos lords who become tyrants and pirates (like Huron Blackheart, Tyrant of Badab). I'm revisiting the idea I had a long while back to do my own Iconoclasm with a younger chapter, where the chapter had fallen to chaos but has converted the system they rule into undivided legions of cultists to fight for the chaos marines when they are called. (Basically setting up a renegade allied force of Traitor Guard (IG codex) and Chaos Space Marines) I was really impressed with the stuff that came out of the Siege of Vrakks ordeal on Forgeworld, and the style of the traitor guard in particular caught my eye almost immediately. This image in particular: Traitor Guard Malcador Defender So can someone tell me how things are here? Do the gods favor tyrants and pirates, and which one in particular? If not, how then would I represent undivided in this current edition? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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