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Posting excerpts from the new Red Path series story. "ABADDON DENIED". Spoilering due to request.

The drop ships faced each other over a distance of less than four hundred metres, engines roaring and noses swaying as the Thunderhawks maintained their positions above the ground. Their dangerous proximity had been dictated by the only suitable clearing in a continent otherwise covered by an unbroken forest of massive trees that had grown on and through the ruins of some ancient civilisation. The ships’ guns were aimed directly at each other, activated and ready to fire. Both parties knew it, and both parties expected it. At such a short range, the destruction would be near-total on both sides so, under the comforting stalemate offered by mutually assured destruction, one hundred servants of Khorne faced each other.

To Khârn, none of this mattered. His focus was on the upstart walking towards him, pistol and blade drawn, resplendent in the ornate armour of the Hounds of Abaddon. Lined up in their neat rows, brass highlights glinting in the sun, the Hounds made a mockery of the glory of Khorne. Anger flared in Khârn’s chest but he resisted the temptation to draw Gorechild and charge into them before a word had been spoken, cutting them down and serving their skulls as a gift to the Blood God. He still did not know which way the Red Path was turning, so he would have to be patient for a few moments longer.

Locq came to a stop a few paces away from Khârn and waited for his two lieutenants to flank him. He holstered his weapons, removed his battle-scarred helmet and, reaching sideways, gave it to one of his followers without turning. After studying the wide, flat face of Locq for a few long seconds, Khârn accepted the gesture and did the same, tossing his helmet to Lukosz.

‘I bring a message from the great Warmaster Abaddon.’

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>Khârn has cultivated a well-earned reputation as the first to enter a fight and the last to leave, mirroring his battle long ago at the siege of the Emperor’s Palace. During the mayhem and carnage of the Seventh Black Crusade Khârn was the first to board the Blood Angel Strike Cruiser Sanguine Tear, smashing his way through the void-lock when his own ship became embedded in its hull. For several bloody minutes the Betrayer fought alone against a dozen Blood Angel Terminators, until the rest of his warband flooded onto the Space Marine vessel. Khârn was also the last to leave, after the Sanguine Tear had been reduced to a charnel house of corpses and fire, returning to his own cruiser and ordering its captain to blast them free from the wreck.

>In his long life as a servant of the Blood God Khârn has travelled the breadth of the galaxy, staining the ground of a thousand, thousand worlds red in honour of his murderous master. Though the Betrayer yearns for the destruction of the Imperium – an obsession that Abaddon the Despoiler has used more than once to lure him into his army – it is the taking of skulls that truly drives Khârn. Human heads are the most desirable, but any able opponent is a worthy offering to Khorne. Khârn has taken the lives of almost every kind of human, alien and Daemon to walk the stars or dwell beneath them. Tyranid Hive Tyrants, Necron Overlords, Eldar Autarchs and Ork Warbosses have all tasted the bite of Gorechild’s teeth. Khârn knows that Khorne cares not from whence the blood flows, only that it does.

-Kharn Wotdm

>‘Only a fool takes Khârn for a mindless brute or rabid dog. Under that blood-soaked helm lurks an intelligence and cunning that makes him a masterful killer – trust me when I say that there is a dark purpose in his madness.’

- Abaddon the Despoiler

>‘Emperor’s Teeth! One man did all this?’

- Viscount Hurlon, upon discovering Khârn’s murder of all 12,000 inhabitants of the Mirrored Spire

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>>36968599

Possibly part of the blood funnel

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>>33321847
>>can Khorne swing hard enough to overcome Nurgle's resilience.


>Khârn has cultivated a well-earned reputation as the first to enter a fight and the last to leave, mirroring his battle long ago at the siege of the Emperor’s Palace. During the mayhem and carnage of the Seventh Black Crusade Khârn was the first to board the Blood Angel Strike Cruiser Sanguine Tear, smashing his way through the void-lock when his own ship became embedded in its hull. For several bloody minutes the Betrayer fought alone against a dozen Blood Angel Terminators, until the rest of his warband flooded onto the Space Marine vessel. Khârn was also the last to leave, after the Sanguine Tear had been reduced to a charnel house of corpses and fire, returning to his own cruiser and ordering its captain to blast them free from the wreck.

>In his long life as a servant of the Blood God Khârn has travelled the breadth of the galaxy, staining the ground of a thousand, thousand worlds red in honour of his murderous master. Though the Betrayer yearns for the destruction of the Imperium – an obsession that Abaddon the Despoiler has used more than once to lure him into his army – it is the taking of skulls that truly drives Khârn. Human heads are the most desirable, but any able opponent is a worthy offering to Khorne. Khârn has taken the lives of almost every kind of human, alien and Daemon to walk the stars or dwell beneath them. Tyranid Hive Tyrants, Necron Overlords, Eldar Autarchs and Ork Warbosses have all tasted the bite of Gorechild’s teeth. Khârn knows that Khorne cares not from whence the blood flows, only that it does.

-Kharn Wotdm

>‘Only a fool takes Khârn for a mindless brute or rabid dog. Under that blood-soaked helm lurks an intelligence and cunning that makes him a masterful killer – trust me when I say that there is a dark purpose in his madness.’

- Abaddon the Despoiler

Kharn can swing hard enough to overcome living metal.

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>Khârn has cultivated a well-earned reputation as the first to enter a fight and the last to leave, mirroring his battle long ago at the siege of the Emperor’s Palace. During the mayhem and carnage of the Seventh Black Crusade Khârn was the first to board the Blood Angel Strike Cruiser Sanguine Tear, smashing his way through the void-lock when his own ship became embedded in its hull. For several bloody minutes the Betrayer fought alone against a dozen Blood Angel Terminators, until the rest of his warband flooded onto the Space Marine vessel. Khârn was also the last to leave, after the Sanguine Tear had been reduced to a charnel house of corpses and fire, returning to his own cruiser and ordering its captain to blast them free from the wreck.

>In his long life as a servant of the Blood God Khârn has travelled the breadth of the galaxy, staining the ground of a thousand, thousand worlds red in honour of his murderous master. Though the Betrayer yearns for the destruction of the Imperium – an obsession that Abaddon the Despoiler has used more than once to lure him into his army – it is the taking of skulls that truly drives Khârn. Human heads are the most desirable, but any able opponent is a worthy offering to Khorne. Khârn has taken the lives of almost every kind of human, alien and Daemon to walk the stars or dwell beneath them. Tyranid Hive Tyrants, Necron Overlords, Eldar Autarchs and Ork Warbosses have all tasted the bite of Gorechild’s teeth. Khârn knows that Khorne cares not from whence the blood flows, only that it does.

-Kharn Wotdm

>‘Only a fool takes Khârn for a mindless brute or rabid dog. Under that blood-soaked helm lurks an intelligence and cunning that makes him a masterful killer – trust me when I say that there is a dark purpose in his madness.’

- Abaddon the Despoiler

>‘Emperor’s Teeth! One man did all this?’

- Viscount Hurlon, upon discovering Khârn’s murder of all 12,000 inhabitants of the Mirrored Spire

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>>31013871
Lay off the ears, or your head will be on Skull Throne!

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>>30812266
They all don't have arms!

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>>30273776
>It is whispered on the Warp-winds of the Eye that there is a pile of skulls beside the Blood God’s throne for Khârn’s offerings alone; a pile that grows higher every day. Though Khorne enjoys all forms of murder and violence, none are as precious to him as those inflicted in close quarters, as it is the truest test of a warrior’s abilities, unsullied by advanced technology or psychic trickery. In this way Khârn is exemplary in the eyes of Khorne – almost all his killing is committed with Gorechild, his armour bathed in the blood of the vanquished as their heads are parted from their bodies.

Best Chaos Champion or bestest Chaos Champion?

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