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I am starting up a Chaos Daemons project, at first I was planning on a Mono Slaanesh army but was just wondering if adding some Tzeentch would work well.
I was just wondering what was the fluff like between these Gods? Are they friendly, unfriendly or neutral. I like my armies to be fluff compatible so if Tzeentch is friendly then I probably will be adding some of the units but if not I'm just going to be sticking to a Mono Slaanesh army.
Cheers for any help!
Well if you think about it Tzneetch runs everything through his deceptions. It's really easy to see him appealing to slaneshes vanity while manipulating him to fufill his own devices.
Bingo. Chaos is Chaos, reducing them down to simplicity (x always likes y but never z) goes against their very natures (or it might not, who knows? It's supposed to be incomprehensible).
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There's nothing wrong with Slaanesh and Tzeentch. In fact, I believe there's some fluff (either in the 40k codex or the Warriors of Chaos army book) that specifically refers to battles where Tzeentch and Slaanesh were on the same side.
Any God can team up with any God, but if you want to be very fluffy, the combinations you'd least likely see are Khorne & Tzeentch, and Slaanesh & Nurgle. Khorne is by nature very anti-magic, and Tzeentch is all about magic. Slaanesh hates Nurgle simply because he's grotesque.
Still, in any case, you can combine any God with any other without causing a problem with the fluff.
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Fluff even allows the followers of all four Chaos Gods to assault the same worlds and kill mortal enemies together. After all, even if the chaos Gods themselves can't stand each other their followers are likely to be more self-serving than absolutely loyal. Also, bear in mind that daemons battle each other in the warp because there is no-one else around. Its not like they will pass up a chance to carve some juicy meatsacks when the winds of the warp allow it.