Talk:Sorcerers of Khorne

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Khorne obviously hates Psykers. Especially the ones who make combat blatantly unfair. We all know he expects his followers to kill by their own ability, and gives magic weapons to the best ones.

But this is the question:

Could a Psyker be Khornate if they can create weapons on the spot? As in, one minute they're using a sword and the next an axe? They're still doing the killing themselves with their own skill, but are using Warp energy to make the weaponry as they do it. Isn't that an example of might > magic? Being able to draw weapons out of thin air, but relying on your own ability to kill with them?

Somebody please reply.

Okay, here's my opinion. If a psyker is using the Warp to swap his weapon from one thing or another or just creating it out of nowhere that's still an abuse of the gods' power and for what? To show off? "Look at my sword. Now look at your sword. Now look at my sword. It's now an axe." It is nobler in the eyes of Khorne to wield a weapon created by mortal hands than one crafted from ephemera. Of course, Chaos being what it is there's nothing that should be taken as an absolute rule. - Redmaw

Well...the only exception Khorne does at the moment are Gore Mages that work with the Blood Pact Lost and The Damned army. They don't do typical psyker stuff however. They turn allies into Daemonhosts called Blood Wolves.

As long as you are using your psyker powers to summon daemons or do anything not associated with combat, Khorne won't kill you.

Ben (talk) 12:51, 15 December 2014 (UTC)

That would be cheating...unless you have an artefact that was created by another Sorcerer that allows you to swap items. So no pocket dimensions. Pocket Dimension Artefact, or you roll with what you have...else the Big K will drive both his Axe and Sword simultaneously through your body and skull. Ben (talk) 21:48, 18 December 2014 (UTC)

This is actually awesome. Ilya Rysenkov (talk) 19:48, 25 February 2016 (UTC)

Can we get an update on this for the new CSM psychic tables?[edit]

The discipline of blood seems to be mostly like the Chaos Daemon psychic power tables. But with the recent changes to the psychic power tables for the other three chaos gods' chaos space marines, I figure it would be a good time to make one for Khornate CSMs/Renegades and Heretics in that vein. Crazy Cryptek (talk) 11:11, 31 March 2017 (UTC)