Yep, also true. I think its just something better covered in a span of development time similar to Betrayer, to Skalathrax or whatever. A novel like Lords of Silence (awesome btw) from how I look at Khorne worship would be tough.
What would you focus on - and more importantly what would you want written and by whom?
To answer this, what I would focus on would be the contrasting goals between the Gods. You can absolutely show the nuanced takes that are present at the beginning of Khorne worship, and the various aspects that get touched on, from Honor, Combat, Martial Pride, Brotherhood, Might, and a manic breaking through the point of exhaustion (contrasted with stoic endurance of Nurgle) to the eventual compulsion of murder, the need to become the singular champion, and the eventual loss of self to 'serenity' and being one with a rage so pure, you cease to exist as an individual of ego at all.
And finally, the offering of one's self to Khorne, not going out in battle, but on your own blade because ones hate of life is so all consuming, that even their own must end.
This is why I have always felt people did not understand Angron. He didnt operate on the same axis point as the other Primarchs, or the Emperor/Imperium. He was not playing to the same end game.
While his Legion would become 'nails lost' he found 'serenity'. Until brought back to a consciousness that he no longer wished to have.
Edited by Scribe, 31 May 2020 - 10:38 PM.