I said three and meant twoWilling or not, he IS a slave to the dark gods.
You just said three unrelated thing. The first isn’t true, it’s clearly stated Abaddon hears the whispers of the Gods but refuses to be their slave. Sigismund thinking the traitors are less than nothing is a reflection of how he feels about their character, not their material threat to the galaxy.
Whether he admits it or not is irrelevant. His soul is damned.
Fair enough on the second point, can't argue.
Their lack of caracther does not make them any less dangerous. But I would expect BT to have a pet peeve with the dudes that defiled the halls of the eternal crusader, killed their first High Marshall and vandalized the black sword.
You didn't address the third one.
Again, if a anyone is satan, it is Lorgar.
Abaddons soul IS damned, but all souls in 40k are damned. There is no 'good place' for anyone to go. Sigismunds Soul was eaten by a daemon. Abaddons soul will be too, one day. Also, Lorgar isn't Satan. He's Vishnu, or Thor, or Apollo, or Baal. He's a god from a forgotten age. He's no more real in the minds of people as Cadia comes under attack as we would be secretly worried its Baal and not Satan if a guy with horns and pitchfork sprang out of a lake of fire. But everyone on Cadia knows Abaddon. Everyone knows who is coming for them.
Edited by Marshal Rohr, 16 December 2018 - 12:41 AM.