Space Marine in origin, these beings serve as a dark echo for the Techmarine. Unlike their Techmarine and Tech Priest counterparts, Warpsmiths seek to control and subjugate technology rather then worship or revere it. Warpsmiths tend to be obsessive and believe that mankind's destiny is limited by his mortal nature, and thus they see combining the power of Daemons with the mechanical and organic as the answer to circumvent this problem. Though expert battlefield repair technicians and siege masters, their true calling is presiding over the infernal industry of producing Daemon Engines.
- Althedrak — Iron Warriors.
- Arkturion — Alpha Legion.
- Armenneus Valthex — Red Corsairs.
- Ghorba Daemonbind — Brazen Beasts.
- Gracix — Shatter Corps.
- Guldire — Word Bearers.
- Haxul — Black Legion.
- Lorvakh — Black Legion.
- Octorian — Black Legion.
- Oriax — Iron Warriors.
- Sartok — Crimson Slaughter.
- Trentukus — Crimson Slaughter.
- Vhostok Pistonhand — Iron Warriors.
- Etrogar - Iron Warriors
- Vordax — Crimson Slaughter.
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- 2: White Dwarf 394 (UK), pgs. 16–17
- 3: Codex: Chaos Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 34
- 4: Only War: Enemies of the Imperium, pg. 111
- 5: Codex: Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 28
- 6: Crimson Slaughter - A Codex: Chaos Space Marines Supplement (6th Edition) — Daemon Wars
- 7: Dataslate: Storm Wing, pg. 8
- 8: Codex: Chaos Space Marines (6th Edition), pg. 18
- 9: Codex: Chaos Daemons (6th Edition), pg. 23
- 10: Black Crusade: The Tome of Decay, pg. 29
- 11: The Shards of Erebus (Short Story) - Mark of Calth (Anthology)
- 12: Psychic Awakening: Faith and Fury pg.16