Grand Theogonist

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The Grand Theogonist was the leader of the Cult of Sigmar. He was widely regarded as Sigmar's representative on earth, and as a consequence held great religious and political influence within The Empire. Together with his two Arch Lectors, the Grand Theogonist commanded three votes on the Council of Electors.Needs Citation

Known Grand Theogonists

known Grand Theogonists
name term of office notes sources
Johann Helsturm 73 IC - ? First high priest of Sigmar Warhammer Armies: The Empire (4th Edition), pgs. 5, 11
Warhammer Armies: The Empire (6th Edition), pg. 58
Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition), pg. 30
Ottokar unclear, around 501 encouraged Sigismund II to expand the borders of the Empire. Marienburg: Sold Down the River pg. 18
Jurgen II unclear, during 500's Blighted Empire (Novel) pg. 338
Marius Mollus ? - 850 Proclaimed that there were no other gods beside Sigmar, was dragged away by a Bloodhound Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos (7th Edition), pg. 27
Uthorsson ? Predecessor to Thorgrad, clandestine cultist of Slaanesh Dead Winter (Novel) pg. 263
Thorgrad unclear, around 1111 Weak-willed, predecessor to Gazulgrund Dead Winter (Novel) pg. 18
Wolf of Sigmar (Novel) pgs. 318, 324
Gazulgrund ? - 1124 Religious fanatic Wolf of Sigmar (Novel), pgs. 318, 324, 404-405
Siebold II unclear, around 1682 officially acknowledged the Order of the Silver Hammer (Witch Hunters) The Witch Hunter's Handbook, pg. 8
Jurgen VI unclear, during the Age of Three Emperors called for a crusade to cleanse Sylvania, was all but ignored Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition), pg. 25
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (5th edition), pg. 21
Vilgrim III unclear, around 2000 Mordheim Rulebook, pg. 24
Wilhelm III ? - 2051 killed Vlad von Carstein Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition), pgs. 28, 90
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (5th edition), pg. 24
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (6th edition), pgs. 8, 69
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th edition), pg. 15
Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition), pg. 12
Kurt III unclear, around 2132 broke the siege of Altdorf by Mannfred von Carstein Warhammer Armies: Undead (4th Edition), pg. 29
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (5th edition), pg. 25
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (6th edition), pg. 70
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th edition), pgs. 17, 31
Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition), pg. 13
Ansgar shortly after the Great War Against Chaos Realms of Sorcery (2nd Edition) pg.231
Viktor Helmgart unclear, around 2415 only by his intervention was the Night of a Thousand Arcane Duels ended White Dwarf 389 pg. 61
Volkmar the Grim  ?-2522 captured by Mannfred von Carstein Warhammer Armies: The Empire (6th Edition), pgs. 56, 58
Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition), pg. 60
Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts (7th edition), pg. 31
Kaslain 2522-? Warhammer Armies: The Empire (7th Edition), pg. 60
  • Another known Grand Theogonist was Gottolf, who held the position sometime during the reign of Magritta of Marienburg.[1] However, it is not known whether he reigned before or after Vilgrim III.
  • Grand Theogonist Richter also had an unknown reign, but it was sometime after the Great War Against Chaos.[2]

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