The statement that some greater daemons are only slightly less powerful than the gods themselves, you listed a Great Unclean One. According to the codex, the Bloodthirster is the most powerful greater daemons, and the most powerful is Skarbrand, who when he attacked Khorne opened up a small chink in Khorne's army.
This really needs to be changed, this is the second time I've brougt this up.

The Codex also says that the Great Unclean Ones are essentially avatars of Nurgle and so the statement is correct and will remain. You will also notice that the page was chnaged in light of your earlier objections. Move on. Montonius 03:54, April 5, 2011 (UTC)

Are you aware of what an avatar is? It's an embodiment, that doesn't mean it's anywhere near as powerful. Is an Avatar of Khaine almost as strong as Khaine? I would hope not, as they are easily coruppted, or killed by Grey Knights, which means that a Grey Knight is almost as strong as one of the Eldar Gods.

Actually, yes I feel that an Avatar could be very close to the power of the God depending on the nature of the God. Also, read the article instead of just complaining about it as it says that Greater Daemonic power is variable depending upon the God they serve. In any event, the decision is made and the case if closed. There will be no further discussion on this topic. Montonius 03:16, April 11, 2011 (UTC)

Perhaps some mention of Daemonic Heralds should be added. Supahbadmarine 14:44, October 1, 2011 (UTC)

Also on the matter of the previous statement, Skarbrand is not the mightiest Bloodthirster. He used to be. He has since been replaced by An'ggrath the Unbound.


So is it ok to define the daemons as a specific race in the w40k universe?

Zixes (talk) 10:23, July 28, 2016 (UTC)

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