Front cover, realm of Chaos - The Lost and the Damned is the second of a two volume hardcover series which introduced the rules and background for the conflict between mortals and Chaos in the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 settings.
Warhammer 40,000 was revised along similar lines in 1993.
The Lost and the Damned featured the tale of the Horus Heresy's climax and an illustration of the Emperor's climactic battle with Horus.This mini is mildly converted from the original to be pointing his halberd out to the enemy.A warrior of Tzeentch with unique Chaos Armour, no doubt mystically imbued with the power of the Changer.Both volumes also have army lists for Chaos armies and painting guides for miniature figures.Notice on his shou.Slaves to Darkness was painted by John Sibbick and.The Lost and the Damned featured much more toned down artwork, although some was reused from Slaves to Darkness.It also features rules on the creation of Chaos Champions and their warbands, Daemon weapons, demonic possession and the Horus Heresy of WH40K.It's not clear which power.You can help by adding.To give flavour for the background and attributes of followers of Chaos it contained material such as a list of over 120 "Chaos Attributes" - mutations that the followers of Chaos were often afflicted.
Slaves to Darkness features grotesque illustrations by artists such as Ian Miller, Adrian Smith, John Blanche, Tony Ackland and Tony Hough.
The link between the Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 worlds is explicitly stated in the first pages of the book.