|Typical Warrior||Basic Data||Rune Symbol|
|Meaning||Light of Fallen Suns|
|Current location||Ultima Segmentum|
|Main colours||Fiery orange with black helmets and yellow faceplates|
When Lugganath was ravaged by thet disease known as the Brittle Coma, its Farseers looked into the realm of Nurgle in the Warp to attempt to find the captive Isha and also end the deadly plague. They knew that they would certainly die in the attempt, but believed their souls would be drawn into their Spirit Stones upon death. At first, their astral projected forms were able to penetrate into the Garden of Nurgle, but as they gazed upon the manse of Nurgle in the distance they were beset on all sides by hordes of Plaguebearers. The battle raged for days, devastating the garden. However in the material world the physical forms of the Seers began to shake and convulse, succumbing to the very plague they hoped to overcome. The souls of the Seers were eventually claimed by the Immaterium, sucked into Nurgle's realm and forced to transform into wailing trees which bare Nurgling-fruit.
The Luggnath Craftworld is known to have been active in the western quadrant of the Segmentum Obscurus. In 801.M41 forces from Lugganath attacked the stronghold of the Steel Hearts and destroyed the Chaos Renegade Chapter in its entirety. Later in 805.M41 forces from Lugganath aided in stymieing a Daemonic incursion on Cathox Prime and also in suppressing a Chaos Cultist uprising on Cathox Gamma. In 764.M34, Lugganath came under vicious attack from a psychically-shielded fleet of the Emperor's Children.
- 1: Warhammer 40,000 5th Edition Rulebook, [Needs Citation]
- 2: White Dwarf #236 (September 1999), pg. 11
- 3: Battle Missions, pg. 33
- 4: Dawn of War 2
- 5: Codex: Chaos Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 21
- 6: Codex: Chaos Daemons (6th Edition), pg. 23