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The '''Aeslings''' or '''Aes''' are a [[Norsca]]n Tribe centered on the village of [[Skraevold]], and are mortal enemies of the [[Baersonlings]], whom they have stolen [[Livestock|cattle]] from as well as slain [[Freeholder|freeholders]] and [[Norscan Thrall|thralls]]. The hair of the tribesmen is noted as being dark and crimson, with the runes of the [[Khorne|Blood Lord]] etched into each cheek and forehead of their warriors' hideously scarred faces. Indeed, Aesling warriors wear heavier armour than those of the Baersonlings, and their arms are covered in bands of steel and bronze. Most of their belts swing with the severed heads of those they kill, until they return to Skraevold to offer them up as tribute.{{Fn|1a}}
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The '''Aeslings''' or '''Aes''' are a [[Norsca]]n Tribe centered on the village of [[Skraevold]], and are mortal enemies of the [[Baersonlings]], whom they have stolen [[Livestock|cattle]] from as well as slain [[Freeholder|freeholders]] and [[Norscan Thrall|thralls]]. The hair of the tribesmen is noted as being dark and crimson, with the runes of the [[Khorne|Blood Lord]] etched into each cheek and forehead of their warriors' hideously scarred faces. Indeed, Aesling warriors wear heavier armour than those of the Baersonlings, and their arms are covered in bands of steel and bronze. Most of their belts swing with the severed heads of those they kill, until they return to Skraevold to offer them up as tribute to Khorne.{{Fn|1a}}
   
 
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Revision as of 22:10, January 4, 2019

The Aeslings or Aes are a Norscan Tribe centered on the village of Skraevold, and are mortal enemies of the Baersonlings, whom they have stolen cattle from as well as slain freeholders and thralls. The hair of the tribesmen is noted as being dark and crimson, with the runes of the Blood Lord etched into each cheek and forehead of their warriors' hideously scarred faces. Indeed, Aesling warriors wear heavier armour than those of the Baersonlings, and their arms are covered in bands of steel and bronze. Most of their belts swing with the severed heads of those they kill, until they return to Skraevold to offer them up as tribute to Khorne.[1a]

Source

  • 1: Palace of the Plague Lord (novel) by C.L. Werner
    • 1a: Chapter 1

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