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Chaos Gods Test

Do you crave endless battles, pleasures beyond reckoning, forbidden knowledge, or the power to twist fate itself? This Chaos Gods Test will delve into your soul, revealing which of the Warhammer Chaos Gods holds the strongest sway over your personality. Answer honestly, for the whispers of the ruinous powers can be subtle yet hold immense power.

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I avoid direct conflict with people who may be useful to me in the future.



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In the grim darkness of the Warhammer, the Chaos Gods reign supreme, embodiments of the most primal and destructive aspects of existence. These four malevolent entities exert their influence across the galaxy, manipulating mortals and immortals alike to serve their insatiable thirst for power and suffering.

First among these four deities is Khorne, the Blood God, whose domain is war, violence, and bloodshed. He is worshipped by warriors seeking martial prowess and glory in combat, reveling in the slaughter of friend and foe alike. Khorne cares not from whence the blood flows, only that it flows in abundance, and his followers perpetuate endless conflicts in his name, offering skulls and spilled blood as tribute to their merciless master.

Nurgle, the Plague Lord, embodies decay, despair, and entropy. His followers embrace disease and decay, finding solace in the inevitability of death and the cycle of decay and rebirth. Nurgle's gifts manifest as debilitating plagues and poxes, spreading suffering and despair wherever they take hold. Yet, paradoxically, his followers find a twisted form of joy in their afflictions, viewing them as signs of their patron's favor and resilience in the face of adversity.

Tzeentch, the Changer of Ways, is the architect of fate and master of sorcery and manipulation. His domain encompasses ambition, scheming, and the endless pursuit of knowledge and power. Tzeentch delights in weaving intricate plots and schemes, manipulating mortals and gods alike as mere pawns in his grand design. His followers seek to unravel the mysteries of the universe, harnessing forbidden sorceries and forbidden knowledge to further their inscrutable master's goals.

Finally, there is Slaanesh, the Prince of Pleasure, whose realm is excess, indulgence, and hedonism. Slaanesh's followers pursue pleasure in all its forms, indulging in acts of ecstasy and debauchery beyond mortal comprehension. Yet, beneath the veneer of pleasure lies a darker truth, as Slaanesh consumes the souls of those who surrender to their desires, trapping them in an eternity of torment and ecstasy within his domain.

Together, these four Chaos Gods form the pantheon of malevolence that threatens to consume the galaxy in an eternal tide of suffering and despair. Their influence is felt across the stars, twisting and corrupting all who fall under their sway as the forces of Chaos seek to undo the order of the universe and plunge all into eternal darkness.

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