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Found a link that leads to unorthodox IG doctrines...
Was just wondering if a Blood Pact Army can take things like Chaos Marines or Daemons... I've asked around but not too many people could give me a good answer...
Not if using doctrines and the imperial guard codex.
Consider looking at the lost and the damned, they seem exactly what you want (As far as I know).
Rork: In the dark future of the 41st millennium there is only friendship.
Fenrir: and magic.
Kaiser-: My Little Chaos Marine, Friendship is Heresy?
You have three options..
1) Play a LatD traitor army.. Good luck to you if you choose this one, as it's not exactly the strongest idea around. LatD work much better with mutants, in my opinion. On the plus side, you will be able to field daemons and chaos marines, so if you can handle the inefficiency of those huge clumsy traitor squads it's probably the closest to your original idea.
2) Play a pure guard army with doctrines and make the models look chaosey.. If you want massed infantry, this is far and away the best option in terms of gameplay. On the downside, no marines and no daemons.
3) Try and persuade your opponents to let you play a daemonhunters adversary force in normal games. This might be a bit of a feat, as it seems slightly cheesy without the daemonhunters anti-daemon specialization, but if anyone agrees you can field daemons and IG together, and if not, you can just play with an IG army.