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  • Khorne

    The Blood God, bestial god of blind rage, destruction and bloodshed. Draws upon the minds of mortals, mostly warriors, who wish for martial prowess, honour and glory on the field of battle and quickly become overwhelmed and insane of the power they are …

  • Nurgle

    Nurgle, the Lord of Decay, kind and fatherly god of disease, entropy and finality followed by morbid rebirth, often referred to as Father or Grandfather Nurgle. Calls to people who are afraid of death and loss, like peasants who live in poor circumstances …

  • Tzeentch

    Tzeentch, The Changer of the Ways, trickster god of change, magic, and thirst for knowledge. People, often educated ones like scholars and wizards, who wish for forbidden knowledge and divine understanding are often drawn to the service of Tzeentch.

  • Slaanesh

    Slaanesh, The Dark Prince, seductive god of excess, pleasure and experience. Whispers to individuals and wish for charisma, beauty and power over others or equally desire material excess like wealth or food and drink. Slaanesh alone, of all the Chaos Gods …

  • Taal

    Taal and Rhya represent nature, and are worshipped as a set, rather than individuals. They are, in setting, two faces of an older, unified god, Ishernos, whose worship has faded. Taal is considered the Lord of Nature and Beasts, Father of Rivers, and has …

  • Rhya

    Taal and Rhya represent nature, and are worshipped as a set, rather than individuals. They are, in setting, two faces of an older, unified god, Ishernos, whose worship has faded. Taal is considered the Lord of Nature and Beasts, Father of Rivers, and has …

  • Manann

    Manann is worshipped by sailors, fishermen, and coastal folk who rely on the sea. He is also known as Mathlann to the elves. Manann is depicted as a bare-chested merman wearing a five-pointed crown, or as a whirlpool or waterspout, or as a sea monster. …

  • Morr

    Morr is worshiped throughout the Old World as the god of death and there are shrines or temples to him in almost every town and city in the Empire in his role as the god of death. There are few references or shrines to him with regards to his aspect as …

  • Verena

    Verena is the Goddess of Knowledge, Science, Law and Justice. Her symbols are the scale and the downward-pointing sword, representing justice, as well as the owl, representing wisdom. Verena is generally portrayed as a tall and beautiful woman, dignified …

  • Shallya

    Shallya is the goddess of mercy and healing, and directly interested in doing good and promoting weak, unusual for the generally grim and harsh Old World setting. She is the daughter of Morr and Verena, and sister of Myrmidia.

  • Ranald

    Ranald is the trickster god of trade, crime, and deception. He may be the son or brother of Shallya, or a mortal who tricked his way into immortality.

  • Ulric

    Ulric is the god of winter, wolves, and battle. He is presented as brother of Taal and Rhya, and the original patron of the mortal Emperor Sigmar. He is the tutelar God of the tribe of the Teutogens, and mostly worshiped in the north of the Empire

  • Sigmar

    He is the patron deity of The Empire. Before he became a god, Sigmar was a man, albeit an exceptional, perhaps even superhuman one. The young chieftain of the Unberogens who lived 2,500 years before the present day of the Warhammer universe, he united the …