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Summery:The Hordes of Chaos have grown too vast and powerful for any one Empire to handle. One man seeks to unite the Races into one United Front. Should he fail, the entire world shall fall into Chaos.
Rating:M for blood and some language
Disclaimer:I do not own Warhammer, though I own my own army of Tomb Kings and Wood Elves.
Chapter 1: Shadow in the Desert
The sands of Nehekhara move with each gust of the wind. And when the wind comes, it blows like a giant bird flapping its wings.The desert is vast and seems to last forever. The sun beats down on the dunes so hot that many think the sand could become glass at any moment.Only fools and greedy treasure seekers venture here. But today is different.
He walks through the sand with ease. His face and body covered with a thin green cloth. A home made hooded cloak that hides all but his eyes. They are as blue as the sky. Under the cloak, he wears light armor of leather and steel. A Long Sword, the emble
Hadrilkar - Warhammer Fantasy Fan-Fiction - Part 1More Like This
The ever growing labyrinth city, in its heart the towers that once were brought across the ocean by powerful magic, was even darker and colder tonight. Or at least, so it seemed to Makareth, while he was running through the streets, his heels clicking on the cobble stones covered in dried blood from the last Death Night and fresh dirt, his face covered with a simple metal mask that was already showing signs of rust from the corroding breath of the foundries. His family wasn’t able to afford golden or silver caedlin, even thinking about such things was ridiculous. Well, luckily, this dispiceable life of poverty would end tonight.
He rushed to the door of his father’s shop, knocked on the door violently, and looked around him, his chest heaving, heart beating so loud that he was afraid it would be heard within three steps around him. He squinted his eyes, poisonous air stinging them, and tried to make out shadowy figures in the darkness. He heard a high-pitched laugh of a chi