Really liking the idea of Malal/ Malice or something else entirely..

Malal represents the idea of Chaos turning upon itself, and loses if any other god wins. The nature of Malal's/Malice's powers is parasitic, as the Renegade God grows in power only when the other Ruinous Powers do. It is unclear if Malal remains a part of the current Warhammer Fantasy background. Malal Upgrade (Morrslieb set): Once per turn, Malal can select another player's in-play, non-unit upgrade. Also known as "The Outcast God", "The Lost God" and "The Renegade God", Malal was the embodiment of Chaos' indiscriminate and anarchic tendency toward destruction, even of itself and its own agents. For those unfamiliar with this Chaos God, his purview involves self-loathing (including the urge for Chaos to turn in on itself), empowering the disenfranchised to rise up against their oppressors, and undoing the plots of the other Chaos Gods. Victory Conditions: Malal represents the idea of Chaos turning upon itself, and loses if any other god wins. Malal may use this upgrade as his own for the rest of the turn.

I remember back in 1st and 2nd edition Warhammer Fluff there was a 5th Chaos God, Malal. The nature of Malal's powers is parasitic, as the Renegade God grows in power when the others do.

Notes. Contents[show] Summary Also known as "The Outcast God", "The Lost God" and "The Renegade God", Malal represents Chaos's indiscriminate tendency toward destruction, even of itself. Victory Conditions: Malal represents the idea of Chaos turning upon itself, and loses if any other god wins. Notes. Malal is a renegade Chaos God, who has turned against the others and is dedicated to their destruction. When a follower of a Chaos God dies, their soul is absorbed into the greater psychic mass of that God within the Warp , adding its energy to the already formidable power of that deity.

The Chaos gods survive on and are created by negative emotions and that has to be the case, because they dont try to propagate positive emotions, other than maybe Nurgle could be argued … Malal is a renegade Chaos god that only appeared in one comic for Fantasy before his creators divorced and took their character with them, resulting in GW shitcanning most of the original sculptors and artists. The character was eventually removed from all Games Workshop works due to a legal dispute with his original creators.

Chaos Champions are rewarded with the Mark of their patron Chaos God, mutational or psychic "gifts" unique to each God and the potential blessing of ascension to become a Daemon Prince of that God.

I think another Chaos diety would be awesome for the setting. It is unclear if Malal remains a part of the current Warhammer Fantasy background. Malal may use this upgrade as his own for the rest of the turn. It has come to the Adeptus Arbites attention, that multiple complains have been filed against your Right of Existence from alleged inappropriate actions. In game terms, if Malal's player is tied with any other player for winning after checking all other tie breaking conditions, Malal loses. Malal is a renegade Chaos God who, for unknown reasons, turned against his peers and wishes to destroy them. Malice is essentially the current incarnation of Malal, a Chaos God of anarchy that appeared in the Citadel Journal for the 2nd edition of Warhammer Fantasy. His followers, sometimes called the Doomed Ones, constantly search for worshippers of the other Chaos gods in order to kill them. His followers, sometimes called the Doomed Ones, seek out and destroy the followers of other Chaos Gods wherever they may be found. His followers, sometimes called the Doomed Ones, constantly search for worshippers of the other Chaos gods in order to kill them. Malal as depicted in 1st Edition.

As with all things Warhammer, the niggling urge to insert my favorite Chaos god, Malal, grew overpowering. He could be called 'malice' officialy and we can just call him malal, screw those two back stabbing old farts . Page 1 of 2 - 5th Chaos God (other than Malal) - posted in x CHAOS DAEMONS x: There has to be another warp god, which is why the Emperor; probably is a God of the warp similar to the Chaos Gods. This God's purpose was to attempt to counteract the works of the other gods, he was smaller, had fewer followers and was no very well known but he acted to try and help anyone who fought the other Chaos Gods. This does not block the original player's use of the upgrade. This does not block the original player's use of the upgrade. He cannot share a victory. Malal, when he was actually canon (the very fact that He's non-canon makes him canon), was the Chaos God of Fear, Darkness, Anarchy, and batshit loony self-destructive urges; Chaos battling Chaos. IMPERIAL CITIZEN! Malal Upgrade (Morrslieb set): Once per turn, Malal can select another player's in-play, non-unit upgrade.

I seen some malal memes before, they makes sense now lol. Malal is a renegade Chaos God who, for unknown reasons, turned against his peers and wishes to destroy them.