Send a Slaanesh daemon daemonet couple with tzeenchian daemon, with the goal to corrupt you.
NOT FOR LONG. Kekekekekkeke THe ocmbiend brainwashing pwoer of the two their capacity to reson you make you see your future and talk to your most basic lsut and instinct and more profound desire will corrupt you... Just have to sucessfully make the two work togather wich will be teh difficult part.
So tzeench is teh second in raw power, but due to is quasi universal appeal he is first, khorne is teh first in raw power but due to his lack of subtilities he is 3rd in my opinion, and otehr gods have greater card in their hands, slaanesh is the weakest in raw power or the 3rd depdening of nurgle, but due to is universal appeal he just keep growing and feed off the other gods, and he is teh one who awaken the rest (even if tzeench amy have planned for his birthing), NUrgle power rgow slowly very slowly, too slow compared to the other, he is teh weakest inr aw power, but can be teh stronguest during massive epidémies
Also Malal........ When nobody belive in malakal nor the otehr gods mala get stronger...
Though it's being theorized that Korny is a power-bottom and just acts all 'Raaarr! Kill! Destroy!" to try and hide that from his followers. So Slaanesh is likely above Chrone and he's at the bottom, where he belongs.
Khorne might get subbtle time to time. And nah he is way more powerfull because of the : "there is only war" granted all chaos benefits from the "there is only war thing" but hey !
He is the most powerfull in raw power, but the one that is truly at top is tzeench bullying making him destroy the door of his airin forteresse just for the lul.
Tzeench have dominate all 4 chaos gods (ewell except slaanesh where he kinda plotted toward his birth and he is just mistrusting him at best he is just no too hostile with her, he also started a war betweeen slaanesh and nurgle just for the lulz)
Slaanesh is the godwith an universal appeal steeling followers from all 4 chaos gods.
His/her power grow much faster than the other chaos gods, he is gaining power really god dman fast Really don't under-estimate slaanesh, his pwoer may be teh lwoest but his potential rival tzeench....
You would think that the fear of death is universal? But it is not a strong enough emotion to egenrate power, so NUrgle is the most reliant on daemonic influence, to generate things like near death/near end of teh world kinda of feeling, and it is inchorent mixed togather, that is why he is so slow and carefull......
He completly suck, his power rise atop during epidemies but. otehrwise.... He just suck...
In the case that Khornhole is strong because he feeds off of war and in the dark future of WH40K 'there is only war', wouldn't by that same logic make Grandfather Nurgle the strongest since he's the chaos god of disease, decay and destruction? Think about it, the universe is in state of entropy (See: Second Law of Thermodynamics see: Heat Death of The Universe), Nurgle is being fed on a universal scale.
Yep nurgle really feast off teh chaos anddestruction that is why he is kinda freiendly to khorne (but teh reverse si'nt true Khone do not udnerstand that patient guy witha a weird sens of humor)
The problem is that nurgle influence, is well shitty, it is not really appealing to the mortal, and the hope that tzeench inspire, and the escape from thos horrible provided by slaanesh is a way ebtetr ooption, considering that both god are more generous.
The idea of being a piece of shit is not bad thing O.K, being free from pain OK, bringing deasease pain and suffering as gift while having the previous statement indortinated in yoru mind just no....
Nurgle feed off of near death or end of the world feelings and emotions, and humans emotion and reactions towards thsoe kind of situations are varied, and nurgle isn't selective about it.
+The nurgle like you like you are right now (but it could be better if your flesh were bit more purulent) Nurgle isn't without dirty fetischism.
Nurgle daemonic influence isn't efefctive, compare it to slaanesh who barely need any but manifest himself in the mortal world way more often than the other gods nurgle slow decay and corruption will never have time to really spread...
And then tzeench can basicly manipulate the otehr gods, creating war and conflict between them somtimes just for the lulz factor (see changling), no matter how powerfull the other chaos gods are, tzeench will always be the greatest, because he kinda controls them.
And slaanesh also love near detah things. Nurgle is getting bullied by slaanesh and tzeench.......
Now let me google trnalsate a detail article about nurgle from the fantasy universe.
Whenever a corpse ravaged by the plague is removed from a house, one feels its presence. As soon as I find a poor fellow lying face down in the street, covered with wounds, and must be dragged to the doctor or his grave, I know he is there. Every time I hear of the green pox approaching the city, I know that the Lord of Pestilence laughs at us. "
- Dieter de Middenheim, street sweeper
Sphere of Influence: Despair
Other Titles: Lord of Pestilence, Great Corruptor, Master of Plague, Lord of Flies, Father or Grandfather Nurgle
Seat: The Fallen Fortress
Famous Cultures: The Children of Fate, the Disciples of the Fetid Maw, the Alliance of the Purple Plague, the Brotherhood of the Second Flesh.
Sacred figure: the 7
Symbols: Nurgle's main symbol is composed of three triangular agglomerated spheres, resembling scholars to pustules, buboes, or other disease symptoms. The elect of Nurgle often discover this symbol on their putrefied skin. Other symbols include flies, tentacles, open mouths and repugnant calyxes.
Sacred Colors: The sacred colors of the Master of the Plague are sickening yellows, greens and browns.
Sacred Animal: Animals devoted to Nurgle are flies, maggots and black crows, although all creatures that feed on carrion or spread epidemics have its favor. Sick animals who are on their last days are often sacrificed to Nurgle and left to rot in the wells or food warehouses of healthy individuals.
Sacred Days: The main sacred day of Nurgle is the 15th Sommerzeit, the day when the Black Death broke out in Altdorf in the year 1111. Hexentag and Geheimistag are also celebrated, as well as various days corresponding to the beginnings of epidemic.
The only thing that binds all mortals, from the brutal tribe of the Chaos Desolations to the refined Altdorf imperial aristocrats, is that each of them is subject to sickness, progressive atrophy of old age and death. Death is a fatality for living beings, and with it comes degradation, for they live in a world where nothing is permanent: in the future aes, even the great Fauschlag, on which Middenheim is built, will be reduced to dust. Most civilized people refrain from thinking of this by finding solace in immortal divinities, in stone temples that underline the illusion of eternal permanence in the face of the agonies of time. But deep down, every mortal is inhabited by the desire to see every thing rotten and fall into ruin.
Nurgle is the Lord of Degradation, also called Nurglitch, Onogal, Neiglen and bearer of many other titles. He is the vile God of sickness, decay and entropy, the inventor of torments, the father of epidemics, the purveyor of corruption, in a word, the incarnation of the elementary forces which restrain all forms of self- Evolution and progress. It is he who inflicts on the world his famines and his epidemics, and towards him are turned the mortals who wish to protect themselves against the depredations and the disease, the age and the inevitable decline which does not fail to leave behind him passing time. We can always repel invaders, but disease is a terrible threat, and it is almost impossible to avoid it in the midst of all the dirt of the Old World. A rotten crop, a child with fevers, gangrene spreading on a battlefield are all reasons to beg Nurgle to put an end to his calamities.
The Master of the Plague, by its very nature, represents the eternal cycle of life: decay is inevitable, but is always followed by a rebirth. However, if the Lord of Pestilence has a say, it will generally have a disgusting aspect. Citizens of the Old World see Nurgle as a sinister and insidious threat, since it represents the most corrupting factors of existence.
As Lord of Pestilence, he is the inventor of torments, the father of epidemics and the purveyor of corruption. He loves to spread his infectious caresses among mortals, engendering new plagues which are as many presents as he makes to the living. It is said that Nurgle rejoices at seeing every new contagion in action, and that of all the gods, he is the one who is most interested in the sufferings of his mortal servants. These represent him as an affectionate and almost jovial God, sometimes calling him Father or Great-Father Nurgle. He is famous for his perverse sense of humor and joviality, and he shows unhealthy tenderness and love for his worshipers.
Among the worshipers of Nurgle are the sick, the nihilists, and the mad. His disciples generally come from the poorest classes - desperate, lepers, sick - whose members already live in mire and despair. Nurgle welcomes the oppressed, the forgotten and those who no longer have any purpose in life, thinking to give them a new impetus thanks to the "blessings" that rain on them. Nurgle sees healthy individuals as virgins waiting to be combed.
Nurgle is regarded as a God of love by his worshipers, and he is very interested in their activities and conspiracies. Disciples particularly well received receive the worst diseases and epidemics, often becoming deformed monstrosities infested with frightful mutations. Nurgle spreads illness by subterfuge, stirring his disciples to mingle with the masses as much as possible. It is not opposed to war and sees it as an excellent means of spreading new diseases through terrible wounds, ruined crops, and dirty water. It is said that he whispers in the ear of the agonizers on the battlefield, offering them eternal life - though in a putrefied form - if they respond to his call.
Nurgle is particularly proud to bless the healers and doctors, helping them to understand the true beauty of the plague. He never wants to destroy, but rather to improve, instruct and reveal the true wonders of the disease. Of course, his nature tends to rot and cause degradation of the objects of his affection, but such consequences are acceptable as Nurgle sees decrepitude as an improvement in ordinary beauty.
In the end, Nurgle is not a God of destruction in the strict sense of the word: he cherishes every form of life. The postillions of the newborn child are as dear to his eyes as the hatching of flies in his gut. It is simply regrettable that most of the world's prevalent life forms - viruses and bacteria - are hostile to all other forms of life, whether human, dwarf or other.