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Would anybody be interested to see these two as separate entries under the elites section in the 40K Chaos codex? My line of reasoning stems from the fact that if heretical inquisitors can take demonhosts, why couldn't the Chaos forces take the same thing?
After all, for those who have read Graham McNiel's Dead Sky Black Sun, he describes an individual called Onyx a demonhost.
Umm.. unless I'm mistaken a Daemonhosts and Possessed are the same thing, a mortal being possessed by a daemon. AS is, I'm perfectly content with the new Possessed, both rules wise and model wise (Models... *drool*).
Originally Posted by Brett on Quidditch[ 1500pt. Chaos List, C&C! ]
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Well, the idea behind a daemonhost is that they forcibly bind a strong daemon to a body and force it to work for them. Chaos instead has possession. They can attach daemons to bodies without forcing them into thrall and the daemons work for them. The only real difference is that a daemonhost obeys the creator and takes much more work and time to create, so I'm not sure how it would really work in a chaos army.
Originally Posted by The Paint Monkey