Prologue (Book of Crows 0:1-23)

August 11, 2008

In the beginning Chaos was given voice.  And the world was stagnant and bleak, and banality was on the face of this world. And Tzeentch said let there be change. And the world changed.  The Lord, Tzeentch saw the change. And the Lord set about the Raven Host.

Out of that Host came the people, and built the Inevitable City. And from this Inevitability, Tzeentch twisted the powers of the other Chaos Gods to its will.  From Khorne, Tzeentch empowered the mighty barbarians to become a walking wall of steel, which would conquer all before it.  From Slaanesh, Tzeentch created false bliss so that coexistence of its chosen was possible, which would fleetingly last until the next movement of the world.  And from Nurgle, Tzeentch created the Chaos Plague, which would destroy an Empire.  From thy Lord’s own power, Tzeentch created its champion, Tchar’zanek, who would enslave a King.

In the spring of the Age of Reckoning, a prophet appeared and said before those that would fall.  Behold, the days shall come, and all that is in thy house, and that thy fathers have laid up in the store unto this day, shall be sown to Chaos: nothing shall be left, saith the Lord Tzeentch.

And the people of the banal earth refused to hear the words of the prophet.  And the prophet was killed by a judge of simple men.  The prophet died laughing.  And the body would not burn.

This book was made from the unburnt prophet.  Lord Tzeentch guide thy feasting crows to the ends of the world. That there will be change.  May it be so.


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