An avid worshipper of Stromfels and Gunndred he leads a crew of Wreckers that sink ships and threaten any witnesses to keep quiet or be fed to the river trolls.
What's on your mind?
I would like to know more about the priests of Bylorak and Stromfels and what Divine Magic they have.
Dark Reavers-resembling a large gaunt version of a Bloodletter with the face of a skeletal jackal these Daemons are cold, disciplined and methodical, acting as generals in Malals armies. Also known as Guardians of Contradiction they are armed with Etherblades that could easily cleave a Bloodthirster in two. Their Aura can even disrupt the spells of a Lord of Change. These Daemons are feared throughout the Realm of Chaos.
Hook Horrors-Also known as Hooked Carrions these Daemons stand slightly taller than a man and resemble skeletal vultures with hooked hands in the place of wings that can easily pierce dragonscale. They are fast and agile infantry used as cannon fodder that rush to close in on their prey. They enjoy hunting bloodletters and daemonettes delighting in the irony as the hunters become the hunted.
Beasts of Malal-Each a horrifying mishmash of arachnid appendages, fangs and mouth parts these Daemons are utilized as beasts of war unleashed in swarms devouring opponents whole. They are often mistaken for Chaos Spawn due to their horrific appearance. They are also called Pandemonic Paradoxes of Malal.
Steeds of Malal-Also referred to as Limbo-Ticks or Parasite Ticks. As their name suggests these monstrous daemons resemble giant overgrown ticks the size of a horse. To further add to their nightmarish nature they have heads that resemble human skulls and legs that end in human-like hands. They enjoy hunting and devouring Nurglings and will even attack Great Unclean Ones in swarms.
All Daemons of Malal have a presence that weakens Daemons and Magic Casters.
There are parts of the layout that got removed like the Great Park and the Konigsgarten. I don't know why someone just chose to remove a huge chunk of the lore of the different locations in Middenheim, hell, even the map is gone!
Hi, when I was navigating on the various articles to update them with the new Infobox Nation template I noticed that the Warhammer World page is locked but needs citations. Probably is just an error because like this only mods can update it but the article is being neglected for years by now, so maybe we users can help.
I take the opportunity to advise everyone who is interested to update the article with the infobox nation, cause it makes navigating and quick reading so much faster, and professional.
On Lexicanum it says that a Bloodletter can kill a Dragon with a single sword swing but I'm pretty sure that a Dragon could kill an entire cohorts of them. Also Greater Daemons are always hyped up to be these apocalyptic World destroying threats by the fandom cause it's said on the wiki that they can destroy armies and yet there are numerous images of Greater Daemons in various battles. Also Gotrek and Felix defeated a Bloodthirster which is a Greater Daemon mind you in the Chaos Wastes where they should be stronger and Gotrek scared the crap out of a Keeper of Secrets in Elfslayer by showing no fear of death and it ran away like a little bitch, that was also a Greater Daemon by the way. Gotrek and Felix defeated the same Bloodthirster again in the fucking Realm of Chaos while fighting Belakor! At this point I feel one army is all that is needed to kill one Greater Daemon.
So if demons die in the mortal realms, they get sent back to their respective part of the chaos realms, but if they die in demon land, do they just die for good or go into some sort of naughty corner and wait for a bit before manifesting again?
Moment of final judgement comes at their gates,
to slaughter and break every soul behind its walls.
Playing the saint to evade deaths tight embrace,
not admitting they are indeed,sin's favored thralls.
Now come children of disorder set city aflame,
for everlasting rewards awaits in god's vile halls.
Without the hesitation we ride,
under your acurssed banner.
For the gods we must abide,
and defeat the warhammer.
Great Ursun give us the strength to survive,
so our children could see the brighter future.
Blazing Dazh smile warmly so we can belive,
that we will wake from this nightmare.
Distant Tor we pleed you sincerely to revive
the black skies with lighting and thunder.
Magnus the Pious:
We come with might and magic,
to preserve the great nations
Valiantly cleansing barbaric
cravens led by abominations.
We must not let be torn apart,
even when dread takes our minds.
We shall fight determined heart
to stop the darkened tides.
Magnus The Pious and the Army:
For those we truly cherish,
we would even perish.
There is no greater honour!
Magnus The Pious:
For the Sigmar!
For the Empire!
Even when hurts we shall swallow,
our pride and to hells we will follow!
Asuryan bless our noble souls.
Never shall be great as once.
But as the flames burn in our gut,
we will fight until our eyes shut.
Ancestors watch us from the heavens,
we shall face our worst transgressions.
Who are you to change their destined fates?
Daring to march against us with fire in your eyes.
Accepting that you will die trying to defeat us.
Sensing your purest love and wishes was suprising.
No matter our horde shall raze your petty states.
Magnus the Pious:
I care not for your mad dreams,king of the end.
We are here to save poor folks from the dark.
We shall leeave this day a far greater mark.
Cause only history can judge us in the end.
A Witch Hunter that secretly worships Khorne and kills, burns and maims innocents and Heretics alike in service to the Lord of Murder.
A barber-surgeon that worships Nurgle.
A Bored noble who became a Magicker before he started practicing Daemonology and consequently began to worship Slaanesh.
A gambler that worships Tzeentch to change his fortunes.
I believe the Wiki has all the up-to-date lore concercning roleplaying books atleast up to the 3rd edition like Sigmar's Heirs and the like.
However, I do want to have a crack on all 4th edition books such as the new Enemy Within campaign books or Rought Nights and Hard Days books.
Anyone willing to take up the challenge of inputting the lore in those books? If not, does anyone atleast have a spare pdf copy of the books? I only have the book.....Middenheim: City of the White Wolf (4th Edition Fantasy Roleplay)
So I was wondering if a witch hunter or mage would ever analyse a demon like scientists during the renaissance did by dissection, to learn more about them.
Would this be possible?
I'm guessing that probably not ... but I'm curious the more I think about it.
Demons are magical beings for a start. They can't be subdued or rendered unconscious and they would most likely evaporate and return to the realm of chaos, right?
A friend just recently got into Total War: Warhammer, because another friend family shared the first game with her, so she does have the game in her library and she now wants to get ready for the third installment and play the Mortal Empires campaign. So the question is: Does she only need to get TW Warhammer 2 to play Mortal Empires, because she already has the first game via Family sharing? Or does she actually need to buy both games for her own, in order to play Mortal Empires? I personally didn't have an answer to this specific scenario. ☠
For example, how a general plans to attack an enemy fortress or defend from an attacking enemy force?
So I'm suuuuper excited that the Beastmen are finally getting some love... On the other hand more Lizardmen? Really? I mean Oxytl is cool and all and I love that his Blowpipe is named the sound of spitting but when Norsca still only has 2 LL I'm saddened. What do you all think about the new DLC? What new units do you think will be added? And guesses on possible FLC content being dropped with the DLC?