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So a person at my local gaming club perposed this question the other day now I'd like to offer it all to you.
If you were you in the 41st millenium and you chose to serve the powers of chaos which god would you serve?
Cultist of Tzeench: You get trained to be a scheming super smart wizard. Seems nice. Drawback: likelyness of freaky mutations all over the place. Tzeench likes change.
Cultist of Slannesh: Sex, drugs, and rock&roll all the time! Why Not?
Drawback: If someone of higher rank gets off on stabing you on an alter you have to go with it. That and a entire lifestye of Sex, drugs, and loud music never lasts very long.
Cultist of Khone: Like violence? You get to be the best close combat specialist out there and you get to fight people...all the time!
Drawbacks: Blood for the Blood god means anyones blood...even yours.
Cultist of Nurgle: You feel no pain and live forever.
Drawbacks: You become a walking bloated, rotting, pustulent, maggoty, corpse. Not so bad...right?
Cultist Undivided: have no idea what that would be like. Guess whatever your cult is into.
The rest is self explanitory...loyalist pigs.
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Nurgle, definatly. Who wouldn't want to be buffed up by illness instead of suffering by it? It's like the ultimate victory over the frailty of your own body, and its inability to survive illness.
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This is like picking between my kids (if I had any) As much as i'd go for the sex and drugs of Slannesh, blowing stuff up with my mind is cooler.
I say Undivided, because as anyone knows, 4 Gods is better then 1 ^_^
I went with Slaanesh, but really Tzeentch would have been awesome if I could be sure I'd actually get the powers.
I think I'd have to say Tzeentch.
Sure, the freaky mutations aren't high on my list of priorities (it's the one thing I don't like about Tzeentch) but the sorceries and sneaky scheming might help me get over the fact I could end up with four heads and half-a dozen arms.
Course, I'd end up doing something stupid and frying myself, or having some incredibly convoluted scheme go horribly wrong and culminate in my demise but hey, did you really expect to live all that long as a cultist?
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Traitors!!! Traitors one and all!!!!!!
Although maybe I should pick Tzeentch; its obvious that the Change God et this up, as its my 999th post...
Last edited by psichotykwyrm; September 12th, 2008 at 01:36. Reason: 999
"It takes a vast amount of self control to be this dangerous."
---Ogvai Ogvai Helmshrot, Jarl of Tra, VI Legion Astartes