Be’lakor – Warhammer 4000 – 3D print model STL
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Be’lakor is a fictional character from the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 tabletop miniature wargame systems created by Games Workshop. He is a powerful and iconic figure in the lore of both settings, but there are some key differences in his portrayal in each one:
– In the Warhammer Fantasy setting, Be’lakor is known as the Dark Master, the First Daemon Prince, and the Bringer of Darkness.
– He was once a mortal champion who sought power and made a pact with the Chaos Gods to ascend to daemonhood. However, he was denied this ultimate transformation for a time, and this denial fueled his anger and desire for revenge.
– Be’lakor is a central figure in the lore of Chaos and is often portrayed as a rival to other Chaos champions like Archaon the Everchosen. He wields tremendous power and is considered one of the most potent beings in the Chaos pantheon.
– His appearance is that of a monstrous, winged, and horned figure, typical of daemon princes in the Warhammer Fantasy universe.
– In the Warhammer 40,000 setting, Be’lakor is known as the first and most powerful Daemon Prince of Chaos Undivided. He serves as an agent of all the Chaos Gods simultaneously, making him a unique and incredibly potent force.
– Be’lakor’s origins are less explored in the 40K setting, but he is still considered one of the most dangerous entities in the galaxy. He has appeared in various campaign supplements and novels, often as a formidable adversary.
– His appearance in Warhammer 40,000 is similar to his Fantasy counterpart, with a monstrous and demonic form that reflects his chaotic nature.
In both settings, Be’lakor is a formidable and malevolent character associated with the forces of Chaos. He often plays a role in the background lore, serving as a powerful and ancient antagonist who seeks to spread chaos and corruption across the worlds of Warhammer. His story adds depth to the rich and dark tapestry of both the Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 universes.