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'''Aspiring Champions '''of [[Chaos]] are chosen warriors''' '''of [[Chaos]] who lead a squad of''' '''Chaos Space Marines''' '''into''' '''battle.
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'''Aspiring Champions '''of [[Chaos]] are chosen warriors''' '''of [[Chaos]] who lead a squad of''' '''[[Chaos Space Marines|Chaos Space Marines''' ''']]into''' '''battle.
 
[[File:Aspiringchampion.jpg|thumb|An Aspiring Champion of Khorne]]
 
[[File:Aspiringchampion.jpg|thumb|An Aspiring Champion of Khorne]]
 
==The Road to Power==
 
==The Road to Power==
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All Chaos Champions are mortal and can be killed, although this is always a dangerous undertaking as they are powerful foes. A Chaos Champion's followers are known as a Chaos Warband. Warbands are deadly rivals to each other, fighting amongst themselves to gain the attention of their [[Chaos]] Patrons. Even followers of the same [[Chaos]] God are deadly rivals. Sometimes shaky alliances are formed by extremely powerful Champions. The truly successful are rewarded with immortality and are elevated to the rank of [[Daemon Prince]].
 
All Chaos Champions are mortal and can be killed, although this is always a dangerous undertaking as they are powerful foes. A Chaos Champion's followers are known as a Chaos Warband. Warbands are deadly rivals to each other, fighting amongst themselves to gain the attention of their [[Chaos]] Patrons. Even followers of the same [[Chaos]] God are deadly rivals. Sometimes shaky alliances are formed by extremely powerful Champions. The truly successful are rewarded with immortality and are elevated to the rank of [[Daemon Prince]].
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==Sources==
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*''Realm of Chaos: The Lost and the Damned ''
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*''Codex: Chaos Space Marines'' (4th Edition)

Revision as of 21:31, July 30, 2010

Aspiring Champions of Chaos are chosen warriors of Chaos who lead a squad of Chaos Space Marines into battle.

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An Aspiring Champion of Khorne

The Road to Power

Chaos offers a path to great power for the ambitious. To some, it offers hope in an unfair world, where justice, wealth and happiness are the prerogatives of a privileged few, and where the only escape from starvation or persecution lies in the egalitarian favours offered by the Ruinous Powers of Chaos - for Chaos judges its servants on merit alone and rewards them accordingly. The road to power begins when a person offers body and soul to Chaos: either to an individual Chaos God or to Chaos Undivided as a whole. Not all who choose to dedicate themselves to Chaos are accepted. Often it takes a spectacular deed of courage to attract the attention of the Chaos Powers. If the candidate is accepted he receives a Mark of Chaos from his Chaos Patron. This is the Patron's own mark, and each mark confers some ability or special characteristic to its recipient.

Once an Aspiring Champion receives the Mark he begins to attract followers from the lesser servants of Chaos. The Chaos Powers use their Champions to further their aims in the material universe. The Champion's life becomes an endless series of battles, raids and quests. As the Champion serves Chaos he becomes increasingly altered physically through the mutations granted by his Patron. The road to power ends eventually either in the Champion being reduced to a mindless and formless mutant Chaos Spawn or raised to daemonhood as an immortal and powerful Daemon Prince.

All Chaos Champions are mortal and can be killed, although this is always a dangerous undertaking as they are powerful foes. A Chaos Champion's followers are known as a Chaos Warband. Warbands are deadly rivals to each other, fighting amongst themselves to gain the attention of their Chaos Patrons. Even followers of the same Chaos God are deadly rivals. Sometimes shaky alliances are formed by extremely powerful Champions. The truly successful are rewarded with immortality and are elevated to the rank of Daemon Prince.

Sources

  • Realm of Chaos: The Lost and the Damned
  • Codex: Chaos Space Marines (4th Edition)
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