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No, but I think Tzeentech (sp?) did, and I think your right. If Khorne had his way the chaos gods would die off, think about if chaos "won" they would have a lot less emotion to gain power from. The chaos gods profit not from winning the wars, but the act of it in itself, and I don't doubt that Horus was abandoned/messed with/sabatoged at that last moment by Tzeentech.
I have to disagree with you there the gods may want never ending war but they can have it without the imperium they wanted horus to be their champion and kill the only thing more powerful then themselves, the emperor. It was horus's own miscanculations when sieging terra that caused him to lower the shields and be killed. The space wolves and um were on their way had they not been things may have turned out differently = p
A moment of weakness spawns a life tme of heresy...
Agreed, so the Imperium is a big player, so human emotions are strong, that doesn't make them completely indispensable. There's still the Orks, and the Tau, and the Eldar, and the myriad of other xenos races that haven't become an officially playable race in the 40K Universe. Trust me, there's a LOT of meat to grind out there, the Imperium are just the favored enemies.