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GhostEdge Sep 7 2013, 5:17am says:

That's right, show that Firewarrior how killing Greater Daemons of Tzeentech is done.

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[RLM]Darksteel Sep 7 2013, 10:48am says:

Fire Warrior? What? Where?

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BreadIsDelicious Sep 7 2013, 11:02am replied:

I didn't play it, but I think he means that old Fire Warrior FPS, where you play as Tau Fire Warrior and get to singlehandedly krump all kinds of badass enemies, like even Chaos termies. So it wouldn't be much of a surprise that you face a Lord of Change as a boss stage xP

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Luthorian Sep 7 2013, 7:47pm replied:

You kill a Lord of Change in Fire Warrior as well as a Daemon Prince.

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The_Mastodon Sep 7 2013, 8:38pm replied:

Hey me here I know every inch and angle of that game! :D You kill 2 Deamon Princes, several Obliterators tons of Chaos Space Marines, Chaos Sorcerers, Raptors, Chaos Dreadnoughts... Another Tzeentch Deamon in the last mission... Yea you kill quite a lot lol, as it is explained in the novel Kais' mistrust towards his father leads his emotions away from the one true path and he's periled feelings is picked up and "guided" by the same deamon he finally slays in the end.
In the book though he only manages to expose the Deamon while the Commander "El'Lusha" and his Crisis Team finishes it off in a hail of Tau plasma and melta fire.
Regardless of how exaggerated and "lore-breaking" the video game might be the Novel is actually pretty well written and quite good.

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GhostEdge Sep 7 2013, 10:42pm replied:

Yarp, Firewarrior.

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