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Redbeard's Tzeentch Daemons

Full Army Photo

Army List

A sample 1750 list for this army might look like:


Lord of Change (250)

Herald on Chariot w/ Bolt of Tzeentch(95)

Blue Scribes (130)


2x 3 flamers (105 each)


2x 9 horrors w/ Bolt of Tzeentch (163 each)

1x 9 horrors w/ Bolt of Tzeentch + Changeling (168)

Heavy Support:

Soul Grinder w/ Phlegm or Tongue (160)

2x Winged Tzeentch Daemon Prince w/ Daemonic Gaze & Unholy Strength (205 each)

Unit Photos


Kairos, Fateweaver

Lord of Change (Big Bird?)

Forge World Lord of Change

Ultraforge Vrock

Blue Scribes

Heralds of Tzeentch in Chariots


Flamers of Tzeentch (I hear nine is somehow important)


Horrors of Tzeentch


Fast Attack

Heavy Support

Why I Started This Army

After doing my Slaanesh Daemons, I ended up picking up a pack of flamers. And they were fun to paint. Then, when I was planning for the Adepticon 2009 Gladiator, I knew I was going to bring An'ggrath (the Khorne super-bloodthirster), and realized that, for a gladiator tournament, theme wasn't as important as performance, and I ended up needing some horrors and a fateweaver model. Once I'd gone that far, I decided to do an army for each of the four Chaos gods, and Tzeentch was the next in line.

Design Notes

Each god that I've done has a different base type. The bases for the Tzeentch Daemons are "Spooky Bases" from Micro Art Studios. I used them to represent warp spirits - the Tzeentch daemons are based as though they're still in Tzeentch's lair in the warp. The Chariot and the Daemon Princes are conversions from the Tomb Kings line - mimicking the Egyptian flavour that is found on the Thousand Suns. The Lord of Change uses a Wood Elf warhawk's head, painted to hopefully convey a warp energy around its eye.


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