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I just saw this blood bowl chaos cheerleader and thought it would make a cool slaneshii corrupted commissar for anyone doing a traitorous guard army. Just thought I'd post 'cos it made me giggle.
That's wrong in all three breasts.
A goose stepping, three breasted, y-front wearing tailed commissar with a skull doll rattle thing. He's about as lost and dammned as you could get
Hilarious but ultimately close to impossible. During the Horus Heresy (Damn you, you chaos freak!), the commissars were killed. The only way they can stop worshipping the Emperor is by dying, the way I see it.
The way I see it, the ones most firmly rooted in belief of the Emperor are the commissars. They are charged with maintaining the purity of others, raised from birth to do so.
Also, there is no use for personal gain for them, so that's out of the window.
Okay, I'll nuance my earlier statement a bit. Maybe they aren't immune, but they are sure as heck a lot less susceptible to the lures of chaos than, say, a silk-clad priest.
Maybe he just stole the hat?
A great model indeed
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In His Last Command, the gaunt's ghosts novels everyone was very suspicious that Gaunt hadn't turn rogue and didn't have taint. the fact that he didn't just made him a HASS but that doesn't mean other commissars wouldn't have been tainted exposed to that much chaos
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If the great Horus, or even a super trained indoctrinated marines could fall I doubt any human is impossible. If a commissar did fall he'd be quite a prize for a chaos god though. The higher you are the further you can fall
Seriously though, VERY unlikely but a very funny figure, and I can't work out why GW put THAT style of head on a blood bowl miniature i.e. fantasy.