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Daemonic Heralds are exalted Lesser Daemons who have gained the favor of their Gods, often leading Daemonic armies into battle.[1]

Herald of Khorne

Heralds of Khorne are the largest and most senior Bloodletters. They are rampaging masters of combat, capable of massacring squads of lower fighters. Heralds of Khorne often tame and ride dreaded Juggernauts into battle or mount a Blood Throne of Khorne.[1] The Greatest Heralds of Khorne are known as Sacred Executioners.[8a] Other variants include Rendmasters,[8b] Skullmasters, and Bloodmasters.[8a]

Notable Heralds of Khorne


Herald of Nurgle

Herald of Nurgle[3]

Heralds of Nurgle, the most common of which are known as Poxbringers, are mortals who resisted Nurgle's Rot for a lengthy period. Though the disease inevitably claims them, their resistance to the ravages of the disease created a longer incubation period, spawning a more powerful Daemon. These larger, more powerful Plaguebearers often lead armies of their kind and sometimes mount Rot Flies to form squadrons of Plague Drones.[1]

Several types of Heralds of Nurgle exist, such as the Sloppity Bilepiper and Spoilpox Scrivener.[9]

Notable Heralds of Nurgle

Herald of Slaanesh

Herald of Slaanesh[5]

Heralds of Slaanesh are the most privileged and favored Daemonettes by Slaanesh. They are Slaanesh's handmaidens and courtesans. Besides their role in the Lord of Pleasure's court, they are also the fastest and most deadly of their kind and can ride Seeker Chariots into battle.[1]

There are a lot of titles borne by the Heralds of Slaanesh, such as Abbess of Avarice, High Bacchante of Glut or Artisan of Pain.[8d]

Notable Heralds of Slaanesh

Herald of Tzeentch

Herald of Tzeentch riding a Disc of Tzeentch[4]

Heralds of Tzeentch are the most powerful and magically gifted Horrors. These beings are the most intelligent and independent of the Pink Horrors, capable of using their sorcery forcefully enough to blast an opponent into oblivion or weave cunning illusions. They often ride Discs or Burning Chariots of Tzeentch into battle.[1] Variants include Fateskimmers, Fluxmasters, and Changecasters.[8c]

Notable Heralds of Tzeentch

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