Fateweaver is the mightiest of the Lords of Change that serve Tzeentch and is blessed with access to all of his knowledge concerning the nature of fate and destiny.
With a dee… A confrontation with a Lord of Change is likely to occur when and where the creature wills it. And that chance arrived in the form of the Aeldari Harlequins led by Sylandri Veilwalker and the Fallen Angel Cypher. Weapons batteries, Auspex arrays and enginariums were blasted one by one, leaving the crusade ships drifting and defenceless. Through the mayhem stalked Kairos, screeching with dismay at this unforeseen turn of events. Kairos now sits at the right hand of Tzeentch as his Oracle, mumbling incoherently to himself with mad ramblings about future events yet to happen. However, the critical consequence of Fateweaver receiving unexpected harm often forces the daemon lord to retreat to the Empyrean, afraid that his treacherous master might have devised a way to intentionally conceal the future from him. Pink Horrors of Tzeentch were engulfed in a storm of disciplined, expertly aimed fire that ripped them to pieces.
Fateweaver has gained infallible knowledge of both the past and the future, but cannot see what will occur in the present.
As the commanders of the Ultramarines reeled, the next rain of firepower to fall upon the kill box was transmogrified. One by one, the guns fell silent as the horrified Ultramarines complied. The Red Corsairs, for their part, would readily act as Guilliman's gaolers in return for the boons of foresight that Kairos could grant, and so the Fateweaver felt confident that his captive would remain locked away. Following the trail of carnage wrought by their Primarch, Sicarius and his Battle-Brothers hacked and blasted those enemies who tried to encircle Guilliman. The Red Corsairs had laid their trap with cunning and skill, guided by the precognitive powers of the Fateweaver. Their bent, bird-like legs are scaly and end in vicious talons; their lank arms terminate in broad, clawed hands. The Primarch stumbled, bellowing in pain as streamers of incandescent energy poured from his eyes and open mouth. , They are powerful sorcerers and resourceful manipulators who appear to mortals as omniscient beings. With a single word, it can transform a mighty hero into a gibbering pile of mutated Spawn-flesh. The resurrection of Roboute Guilliman during the Ultramar Campaign in 999.M41 sent bow waves of psychic energy rolling outward through the Immaterium, racing tsunamis of turmoil that did not go unnoticed. Those who gaze upon these twisted prisms of pure magic begin to feel their sanity shred and reason slip away. Kairos delights in pitting his foes against each other, subtly twisting the strands of fate so that one mortal dies when he should have lived, and vice-versa. Much of the structure slumbered, for the Traitors lacked the knowledge to awaken the ancient alien construct or access the shrouded regions near its heart. So it went on, the enemy eroding Guilliman's defences through reckless assaults. This Invasion of the Stygius Sector in the early 42nd Millennium was prompted by Tzeentch's growing jealousy of his brother Nurgle's own creation of a realm in the mortal dimension in the Scourge Stars. The rune of Khorne was branded upon these spiked Battleships, and daemonic fires danced in their wake.
The Monolith “Model T”, now only used by JV Dynasties. , Lords of Change are notable for being allowed access to Tzeentch's very own reserves of wisdom and for essentially being expressions of his cunning, which gives them great power. These tentacles are razor sharp, capable of flaying the flesh from even the most heavily-armoured foe. Traitor Space Marines clad in the defaced liveries of a dozen Chapters fell dead upon the killing ground, their armoured corpses continuing to twitch and jerk as more rounds struck them. How such a mighty structure had found its way onto the tides of the Maelstrom, none of the Imperial warriors knew, though in fact it had been a gift to the Red Corsairs from Abaddon the Despoiler. His mighty pinions were reduced to weakened vestiges of their former glory. Already, the daemon could see several moments where unleashing a Primarch driven insane might produce most intriguing results. Since Guilliman had first entered the Maelstrom and begun to hear Kairos whispering in his mind, the Greater Daemon had been planting traps in the primarch's subconscious. Mere moments later the bridge bulkheads shuddered, then exploded inwards upon a bow wave of unnatural flame. Lords of Change, more fully known as the Watching Lords of Change and also as the Eyes of Tzeentch and the Feathered Lords, are the Greater Daemons of Tzeentch.
Warhammer 40k Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. Led by the piratical Chaos Lord Verngar the Apostate, a huge warband of Red Corsairs garrisoned the Blackstone Fortress. The constant appraisal of the galaxy and the interference in its progress is not always so subtle. Eventually, the Invincible Reason was able to stabilise itself fully within the Warp, brings its Gellar Field back up and continue on its journey despite the deaths of 300 Astartes and 600 Chapter Serfs.
This is a great benefit indeed, for the twin heads know the answer to all queries and one of the two heads will always answer with the truth.
Tzeentch long ago bestowed upon the Changeling a doppelganger's ability to assume any shape, from that of the tiniest insect to the largest Greater Daemon. So came Skarbrand the Exiled One to the Blackstone Fortress, blazing through the void to crash with explosive force into the station's outer hull. On Nikaea, Aforgomon was finally able to manifest into his proper form as Kairos through Hathor Maat due to a pact made with Ahriman. Fortunately for the material universe, Tzeentch rarely sends his Oracle to the battlefields of the mortal world. Within their infinite depths lies the paradoxical wisdom of Tzeentch, and none can withstand the sustained scrutiny of a Lord of Change's gaze without losing their sanity.
However, Lords of Change are masters of magic, amongst the most powerful Sorcerers in the galaxy. Fast as lightning, Guilliman hurled himself aside, barging Captain Sicarius clear in the instant before Pollonius' body detonated in a wave of blue fire.
It is said that when a Lord of Change looks upon a man, that man's soul is opened like a book, revealing his hopes and dreams, as well as the truth of his ultimate failure or success.
, Lord of Change miniature (7th edition). Is he even in the rule books? 17 comments. The primarch saw that the foes -- secure in their numerical and positional superiority -- were aiming to cripple his ships rather than destroy them. A fresh wave of leaping Flamers and cackling Horrors surged through the bulkhead and leapt to the attack.
Noble warriors who had survived countless trials were obliterated by raging firestorms, or sucked helplessly out into the void. The Ulthwé forces provide a distraction, allowing the humans to safely withdraw. A Greater Daemon of Tzeentch is driven by the need to redirect the predictable course of history itself and to set it upon a new, unexpected path.
For nothing is made that cannot be unmade, or changed, and such areas are the domains of the daemons of Tzeentch. They are also lore-masters, and possess a thorough knowledge of the great feints and fighting techniques of the galaxy. Furthermore they are capable of seeing the near future which allows them to predict their foes' and allies' every move. During his time with Ahriman's Cabal, Aforgomon was able to manipulate Hathor Maat, desperate for salvation from the Thousand Sons' rapid mutational flesh change, into changing a single line of the Book of Magnus.