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It was my understanding that you could only worship one of the four Gods without getting torn apart by the resulting conflict, between the two or more Gods over who got you as their champion. Making worship of even non-opposing Gods like Khorne and Nurgle impossible.

Yet, I just recently learned about Chaos Undivided, who somehow managed to worship all four Gods and survive. Can I ask how?

Do the Gods just say, ''Ok, guys, this dudes worshipping all of us and he's a pretty big badass, should we just call it equal ownership?''

Oh, and to those who have been watching the RP section lately: Yes, this is basically a question of if that character could survive with the choices he's made.
 

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in the old fluff, you could worship the whole pantheon without committing too much to any of the four or you could just sell your soul to one and consacrate your life to him. Up to the 3rd codex, the undivided crew was the most numerous ,organized and mentally stable. Then, with 5th edition, you basically HAD to choose a god and chaos undivided was almost obliterated from the records.
But not fully? Implying you can still manage to worship all four Gods?

Chaos undivided followers, often tends to be the ones capable of uniting the fractitious lot for a short time. Archaon Everchosen or Horus.
From the stuff I read I'd already gathered this, but my question wasn't so much as, ''what do they do'' more of, ''how do they do it?''
 
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