"SKARBRAND LOATHES STEALING! SKARBRAND IS A RESPECTABLE MEMBER OF SOCIETY!"Skarbrand is a Bloodthirster of Khorne.
Official Canon Edit
Skarbrand had once been Khorne's highest bloodthirster, until Tzeentch tricked him into becoming so angry and violent that he attempted to kill his own master. Khorne destroyed Skarbrand's wings and knocked him so hard that he lost any reason he once had. He continues to fight indiscriminately, though he also has an aura that causes everyone else around him to become just a violent as him.
TTS Canon Edit
As Skarbrand has lost all reason and the ability to feel anything but rage, Skarbrand is almost always screaming about his hatred for something. There is very little he does not hate, but he does hate some things less than others.
Skarbrand was the victim of a ding-dong-ditch prank by Fyodor Karamazov. Too angry to move or do anything about it, he simply stood in the doorway and yelled that he hated going outside, and inside, but the doorframe was slightly better.
Skarbrand would later appear at the head of a massive daemon army at the Gate of Khaine, there to get revenge on Karamazov for his pranks as well as to stop the Inquisition from escaping the warp. During the battle he killed several members of the Inquisitions army including Grand Master Elirush, Inquisitor Adrielle Quist, a Taurox, and the Dreadknight, he was however, brought down to near banishment levels of health by Kairos Fateweaver, who was trying trying to get revenge on Inquisitor Quist (and stop Skarbrand kill-stealing, as Skarbrand was given credit for killing the Grey Knights, even though Kairos had killed them). He was defeated when the Star Child and Fyodor Karamazov merged.
After the battle Skarbrand began hatefully trying to destroy the barrier that the Fyodperor had created to temporarily stop the demons from entering Commorragh (to little success).
- Skarbrand hates many things, this includes (but is not limited to):
- Knocking sounds
- Going outside
- Going inside
- Staying in the door frame
- People touching the Gate of Khaine
- Traffic jams
- Physical contact
- Being misinterpreted
- Being hurt by an attack more than a material
- The bald
- The balding