Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate Daemonhunters – All Advanced Classes Explained

Kirthana K
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When starting in Warhammer 40K, you will have the four basic classes, but as you advance through the game, you will be able to unlock 4 more. In this guide, we will see all the advanced character classes in Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters.

Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate Daemonhunters – All Advanced Classes Explained

Warhammer 40K lets you choose between 4 basic classes when you begin your journey through the Tyrtaeus sector; Justicar, Purgator, Apothecary, and the Interceptor. Once you have proceeded further into the game, you can unlock the 4 advanced classes. Here we will see what they are and how to get them in Warhammer 40K.

Unlocking advanced classes in Warhammer 40K is a lengthy process. You will need to progress through the game till you reach somewhere between Day 150 to Day 200. Ultimately you will meet the Grandmaster, who will offer you any one of the four classes. You can choose between the Paladin, Chaplain, Purifier, or Librarian.

If you wish to unlock the others, you can get them by completing missions and getting rewarded with Armory unlocks. With armory unlocks, besides getting various weapons and gear, you can also get a chance to unlock a new Knight to add to your team. While most of the time you will only stumble upon Basic classes through this method, there is a slim chance that you might also get an Advanced class this way. If you wish to increase your chances, then spending Requisition points to upgrade Knights while doing the Grandmaster Reports will help you get an Advanced class as a reward.

Here we will take a look at all the four advanced classes and what they do in Warhammer 40K Chaos Gate.


The Paladin is a mix of a warrior and a tank and is an advanced form of the Justicar. The Paladin’s power is also doubled, and its Terminator Armor helps in defense for both allies and themselves, as well as creating offense to enemies. Using the Storm Shields can cause stun and deal damage to enemies at any range.


The Purifier is best for short-range combat, using its incinerator skills to burn down enemies, as well as purifying the rot and mutations present around them.


The Chaplain can induce buffs to allies and remove debuffs placed by the Nurgles. They are pretty handy as a support class. But that’s not all, as they are powerful melee fighters as well, since they are the priest-warrior class of the Emperor.


In the mage class in Warhammer 40K, the Librarian deals with Psychic abilities that help enhance their skills as well as take down enemies from afar. Their use of magic and Psychic Arts are unparalleled, compared to the other classes.

That’s all there is to know about Advanced Classes in Warhammer 40,000: Chaos Gate – Daemonhunters. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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