Chaos Fury

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A Chaos Fury

Chaos Furies are winged Daemon who are unaligned to any one of the Chaos Gods.[1a]

As a result, Furies are seen as the truest manifestations of Chaos, but are also the weakest of all daemons, viewing other daemons with a mix of awe and fear. Khorne considers them too weak, but Tzeentch favours them as spies and messengers in the mortal world as well as the Realm of Chaos.[1a]

Roosting on the edge of reality and the Realm of Chaos, Furies are usually the first daemons to enter the material world when the winds of magic blow strongly enough and are therefore considered a portent of perilous times.[1a]


Furies have reptilian wings and razor sharp claws with vestigial horns and a fur mane down their backs. Teir faces are brutal and bestial with cruel glingting eyes and many needle sharp teeth. Usually they are black in colour but can appear in any hue depending on which chaos god is in ascendance.[1a]


They are known as Chaos Shrikes, Crows of Chaos, Gargoyles.[1a]


As they are relatively weak and no Chaos Power cares if they are mistreated, they are often summoned by novice Daemonologists seeking a pliable and useful servant.If they are tasked with anything too complex, onerous, or dangerous, they will quickly grow resentful and uncooperative.[2a]


They are quite cowardly by daemonic standards and always attack in large packs and from the air to gain any advantage they can over their target. Furies are common place in most Daemon armies as they are easily swayed to support aligned Daemons as they have no patron deity of their own to decide their intentions.[1a]

Although cowardly they will stalk wounded prey for hours or days until they descend upon their prey much like scavengers in the material world. If the victim can stand its ground, they will often retreat to seek easier prey.[1a]



Weapons and Equipment

  • 7th Edition: Fangs and Talons (Hand Weapon).[1b]


Daemons of Chaos
Units Beast of Nurgle - Bloodbeast - Bloodcrusher - Bloodletter - Bloodthirster - Blood Throne - Changebringer - Chaos Fury - Chariot of Khorne - Chariots of Nurgle - Chariots of Slaanesh - Chariots of Tzeentch - Daemonic Herald - Daemonette - Daemon Prince - Discs of Tzeentch - Exalted Daemon - Exalted Seeker Chariot - Firewyrm of Tzeentch - Fiend of Slaanesh - Flamer of Tzeentch - Flesh Hound - Great Unclean One - Heir of Change - Hellflayer - Horror of Tzeentch - Hound of Khorne - Juggernaut of Khorne - Keeper of Secrets - Lord of Change - Nurgling - Palanquin of Nurgle - Plaguebearer - Plague Drones - Plaguerider - Plague Toad - Pleasureseekers - Pox Rider - Screamer of Tzeentch - Seeker of Slaanesh - Skull Cannon - Soul Grinder
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