Rogue Psyker

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I can feel the power overtaking me...and it is not a good pain...

This is what happens when the Inquisition fails to successfully locate and contain a really powerful Psyker. Rogue Psykers are Human Psykers that now belong to the Forces of Chaos. Many have eluded either the Inquisition's Ordo Hereticus or the Adeptus Astra Telepathica's League of Black Ships and have become tainted by the Gods of Chaos, a process which drives the psyker completely insane. Their powers are completely out of control, capable of causing mass destruction but also making the psyker himself prone to possession by Daemons. The Lost and the Damned makes use of these to combat enemy psykers and unleashing a torrent of mind bullets at the designated direction.

In the rare chance that a Rogue Psyker gets captured by the Inquisition again and somehow becomes compliant to Inquisitorial rule. Than he/she would become a Bound Psyker. The Inquisition uses these redeemed heretics as living lightning bolts to purge the enemies of man.

They appear in the Space Marine Video Game and are notorious for being ludicrously durable for a such a feeble person and spamming unrelenting mind bullets at you. Seriously they can take a fucking Lascannon to the face! and survive!?

Tabletop[edit]

Rogue Psykers are moderately expensive and you are able to buy up to 5 level 1 psykers as an HQ choice, which on the surface sounds great, they have a special set of powers, all of which are fairly decent. As they are harnessing the raw power of the warp, and aren’t nearly as resistant to the energies as a well trained psyker, if they’re ever forced to suffer a wound from a Perils test, they are instead possessed, get an enhanced stat-line, but are no longer a psyker.

Their psychic powers are:

  • Creeping Terror – forces an enemy unit within 12″ to only snap-fire and have Initiative 1, though units that are fearless are unaffected and units with ATSKNF or Stubborn are allowed to take a LD test to ignore the results.
  • Warp Flux – A short range (12″) witchfire with a S7 haywire blast, not too shabby.
  • Unnatural Vigour – Probably the most useful, it targets any friendly unit within 12″ and they gain both Fleet and Crusader, which combined with Covenant of Khorne and some combat drug injectors can turn an unruly mob into a deadly horde in melee.
Forces of the Lost and the Damned
Command: Apostate Cardinal - Chaos Champion - Renegade Command Squad
Renegade Demagogue - Renegade Enforcer - Rogue Psyker
Human Troops: Cultist - Disciple Squad - Pontifex Guard - Renegade Infantry Platoon
Renegade Marauder Squad - Renegade Support Squad - Negavolt Cultist
Abhumans
& Beasts:
Beastmen Attack Squad (Khorngors - Pestigors - Slaangors - Tzaangors)
Chaos Beast - Chaos Hound - Chaos Spawn - Mutant Rabble
Ogryn Brute (Ogryn Berserker - Plague Ogryn) - Plague Zombie
Vehicles: AT70 Reaver Battle Tank - AT83 Brigand Super Tank - Chimera - Hellhound
Leman Russ Battle Tank - Salamander Command Vehicle - Stalk Tank - Sentinel
STeG 4
Artillery: Basilisk Artillery Gun - Colossus Bombard - Griffon Heavy Mortar Carrier
Hydra Flak Tank - Minotaur Artillery Tank - Medusa Siege Gun
Rapier Armoured Carrier - Wyvern Suppression Tank
Daemon Engines: Blight Drone - Blood Slaughterer - Brass Scorpion - Lord of Skulls - Plague Hulk
Super Heavies: Baneblade - Macharius Heavy Tank - Malcador Heavy Tank - Valdor Tank Hunter
Flyers: Arvus Lighter - Hell Blade - Hell Talon - Valkyrie