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Is there any?
stuff about them in novels or such ?
or do we all just invent it?
"extreme combat-drug usage" doesnt really give much to go on :drinking:
Nope, all you get about the Flawless Host is the colour scheme, and the little bit about combat drugs. The rest is for us lot to make up. I think the general idea behind all those very vague descriptions of other legions is to give players an ideas boost or starting point for their own chaos marines rather than providing yet more already made up fluff tonnage. Theyve already got nine chaos legions with full backgrounds, after all
Last edited by Soylent Robot; June 8th, 2008 at 17:29.
There is some stuff in the new Slayer Sword Challenge article about Sorcerer-Lord Balthazar the Soul-Taker. It's pretty impressive, I have to say. He is described as being a combat-drug addict and he "takes cruel pleasure in facilitating the demise of the Eldar race." That's rather fitting for a servant of Slaanesh, in my opinion. In addition, Balthazar wears twelve spirit stones he has taken from "his favored prey", which comfort him with the screams of the "thrice-damned souls" inside. Also, his force halberd is fashioned from the shaft of a Farseer's singing spear.
Here's the link to it:
The Emperor set a fire in their hearts that they might burn the iniquitous and the impure from his sight. And the light of that flame shall be as a beacon to the faithful, a light that shines in the darkest places.
thats very cool
hmm, i guess fabius bile would be fluffy to include in a list... dont like the model though..
Lots of conversion ideas popping up..
gonna break up my planned black-legion army and do one squad in the flawless host scheme, one shoulderpad black though, to fit in a bit..