Seeker of Slaanesh

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A Seeker of Slaanesh

Seekers of Slaanesh (also known as Mounted Daemonettes [2a]) are the fast-paced cavalry of their patron god, Slaanesh's Daemon hordes. [3a])

They are, essentially, Daemonettes who ride atop the swift and deadly Steeds of Slaanesh. As such, Seekers have the ability to cover vast distances at unbelievable speeds on the battlefield. They are also an excellent tool for out-flanking foes given their ability to skilfully outmanoeuvre almost any enemy. Despite their speed, Seekers are also known for ambushing foes as well, adding further use and value to the commanders they serve.[1]

Like all Daemons of Slaanesh, they possess a haunting and seductive quality - at rest subtle, hypnotic colours drift across their skin whilst when they move, it pulses in time with their skittering gait. [3a])

Those that they hunt often hear their cries echoing in their dreams as the Daemonettes content to delay the kill and their own satisfaction but when they choose to move in for the kill they are devastating with the ensuring tongues of the steeds and the Deamonette’s own claws and swords tearing their prey apart with ease. [3a])

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Daemons of Chaos
Units Beast of Nurgle - Bloodbeast - Bloodcrusher - Bloodletter - Bloodthirster - Changebringer - Chariots of Khorne - Chariots of Nurgle - Chariots of Slaanesh - Chariots of Tzeentch - Daemonette - Daemon Prince - Discs of Tzeentch - Firewyrm of Tzeentch - Fiend of Slaanesh - Flamer - Flesh Hound - Great Unclean One - Horrors - Juggernauts of Khorne - Keeper of Secrets - Lord of Change - Nurgling - Palanquin of Nurgle - Plagueriders - Plague Drones - Pleasureseekers - Screamer - Seekers of Slaanesh - Steed of Slaanesh
Characters Be'lakor - Epidemius - Kairos Fateweaver - Karanak - Kelsydra - Ku'gath Plaguefather - N'Kari - Skarbrand - Skulltaker - The Blue Scribes - The Changeling - The Masque -
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