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The Greenskins have always thrived on war, always fighting each-other as much as any other foe. However, a sudden urge soon captured the simple minds of their savage race as they felt something big brewing in the north. Soon, artifacts of Old are being rediscovered, and the Dwarfs stand ready to summon forth the Ancestor Gods themselves back to this world, in their hopes of bringing about a new Golden Age for their people.

Everywhere one looks, all of Mankind is beset by evil forces: both old and new. Entire cities are lost as the Skaven race have once more invaded in order to begin their Great Ascendancy and summon forth their foul deity to usher in the downfall of the surface world. Contents [ show ] Origins The World stands on the brink of annihilation. It has done so since the beginning of time, when the great Old Ones were destroyed long ago.

The polar Warp Gates of the Old Ones, once a marvel of ancient technology, collapsed and with them Chaos flowed like water into the cold harsh lands of the northern and southern wastes.

So it is fitting that a Champion of Chaos shall unite the warring tribes of the North and bring about the End of Time as we know it. It is perhaps fitting then that the greatest threat to the Empire came not from a Kurgan warlord, nor a Beastman chieftain, but from one of their very own.

But once his true heritage and destiny was revealed to him, Diederick Kastner despaired and looked for salvation, travelling many miles towards the heart of his faith. Thus the half-Norscan warlord stood ready to fulfill his destiny and to usher in the end of all things.

Upon his head the crown shall see all, and open eyes will prove woe to mortal kind Then shall he ride unto the World Then will the World know that the last war has begun The first part of Archaon's dark quest was to go to the Altar of True Darkness in Naggaroth and offer himself to the gods to gain their favour and recognition. He gathered a small band of Chaos Warriors he called the Swords of Chaos and battled his way to a citadel so tall it appeared to pierce Morrslieb itself.

Archaon was unafraid, and marched off alone with his steed into the darkness. As he continued to march, an untold number of creatures threw themselves upon the potential Everchosen. Within a matter of hours, he was able to slay hundreds of the misshapen monsters that had infested the mighty citadel, until finally his sword-arm turned numb and the ground grew slippery with the blood and gore of the fallen.

Rising up from the filth, Archaon reconsecrated the altar for the Gods of Chaos, offering up the hearts of the creatures that had crawled in and defiled it. When he emerged he bore the eternally burning Mark of Chaos on his forehead.

After leaving Naggaroth on a stolen ship made of black metal and pulled by a massive sea-drake, Archaon took leadership of a seafaring war-band along the way to his destination. They sailed to a mysterious land populated with savage half-humans. Neither sun nor moon had ever touched their pallid skin and after six days and six nights of battle after battle, the city of these creatures had been reduced to rubble.

Archaon delved deep into their necropolis until he found the Tomb of Morkar and the armour he sought. However, as Archaon reached out to take it, the spirit of Morkar animated the armour and attacked him.

The vengeful spirit laid down a relentless flurry of blows until Archaon cursed it in the language of the Unberogen tribe. At that time it lay in the lair of the Chaos Dragon Flamefang, who valued the Eye above all of its other treasures. Long did man and monster battle at the base of the Cliff of Beasts. When not learning from them he performed many experiments of his own which involved mass human sacrifices along with other evil magic y things.

When Nagash was done with the sorcerers he brutally killed them during an escape attempt and consumed their souls you know that when someone can out evil and out betray Dark Elves, theyre cold mothafuckas.

Taking everything hed learnt, Nagash created an elixir out of human blood which allowed him to stay alive through death although the body degenerated, becoming essentially a lich without a Phylactery. He wandered the Necropolis of Khemri, summoning spirits of the departed and daemons with his new power, and learned great secrets. He penned nine different NecronomiconBook of Vile Darkness books which contain all of his work and experiments which nobody to date has ever managed to attain the same degree of working knowledge of because Nagash took a leaf from Sauron and inscrolled part of himself in each of his artefacts so no one but him could master them.

Necromancy, although usable by the forces of Chaos, also repels it in a way the Undead are artificial Daemons made of equal amount of magic and material which flips the middle finger at the laws of physics as much as Chaos can be said to have such laws anyway of both.

King of KhemrieditDuring his studies Nagash also planned to overthrow his brother, scheming with several disgruntled military officers and nobles including a certain wastrel who would go on to become his infamous right hand man. Initially his reasons were that he thought his brother, Thutep, was a weak king and that Khemri needed a stronger hand to rule it his own and that he REALLY had the hots for Thuteps wife, but couldnt have her at the time due to the marriage and required celibacy of priests.

When confronted over his experiments with dark magic, Nagash then killed his brother by entombing him alive in their fathers pyramid. The next morning, Nagash claimed the throne of Khemri for himself along with Thuteps wife. To secure his throne he murdered her sonhis nephew and used the elixir to make her his sort of undead sex slave. Nagash contracted the services of the Skaven, and assembled the largest pyramid in Nehekhara a big feat made entirely out of black Warpstone.

However doing so was so expensive, Nagash demanded such a large tribute of building materials and slaves that he nearly bankrupted Nehekhara the fabulously wealthy kingdom became as poor as a wino in a war torn city. The End Times Warhammer Wiki. NOTE The content in this page is still under construction, and will still be subject to changeThe Three Eyed King has long awaited this moment, the hour of which his destiny is at last unveiled.

He leads an army of madness and rage, against which no sane being would willingly stand. Perhaps I am not sane, as I will fight one last time.

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Auto Kms Windows Server Not for victory, but for survival, for the hope that a spark can endure. It is a slender hope, and the laughter of the Dark Gods rings loud in my ears. These are the End Times. War of the End Times Vital statistics.

Date 2. Location Warhammer World. Type Chaos Invasion. The Forces of Chaos. The Swords of Chaos. The Hordes of Chaos. The Bloodied Legion of Khorne. The Plague Hordes of Nurgle.

The Daemonic Legions of Chaos. The Armies of Khaine. The Hordes of the Under Empire. Archaon, the Everchosen.

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Belakor the Dark Master. Seerlord Thanquol. Shadowlord Verminking. Festak Krann, Champion of the Rotting Horde. The Glottkin, Champions of Nurgle. Arbaal the Undefeated, Champion of Khorne. Dechala the Denied One, Champion of Slaanesh. Valnir the Reaper, Champion of Nurgle. Egrimm van Horstmann, Champion of Tzeentch. Aekold Helbrass, Conqueror of Kislev. Kordel Shorgaar. Sigvald the Magnificent, Champion of Slaanesh. Valkia, Gorequeen of Khorne.

Vilitch the Curseling, Champion of Tzeentch. Mannfred von Carstein. Kugath Plaguefather. Dechala the Denied One. Morathi, Avatar of Hekarti.

Tyrion, Avatar of Khaine. Vardek Crom the Conqueror. Strength Estimated in the Hundreds of Millions. So far, Nagash has the wind of Death, Alarielle now the leader of the Wood Elves and harnessing the full power of Isha after merging with Ariel has claimed the wind of Life, Karl Franz has gotten the wind of heavens, light was bound into Teclis's staff possibly to give to someone else later and Malekith was meant to get the wind of Fire, but ended up receiving the wind of Shadow instead.

Of course, getting the winds meant undoing the Vortex, and that caused Ulthuan to sink to the bottom of the ocean. Caledor joins with Malekith in his newest invasion and Tyrion takes this badly to say the least. Faced with the the death of his daughter, the world falling apart, the apparent betrayal of his brother and lover and forced to serve his oldest enemy, he goes mad. He now leads a force called the Aestyrion, composed of the High Elves willing to defy Asuryan's will in refusing to serve Malekith and a handful of Dark Elves who feel obliged to serve Khaine by fighting alongside his Avatar.

Araloth is meanwhile tasked with leading a rescue mission into the Realm of Chaos where he meets up with who might probably be the author of the Liber Chaotica Richter Kleiss and Kaldor Draigo or maybe a Stormcast Eternal. The most epic battle in Warhammer history is about to take place on the isle of the dead.

Magic is about to change dramatically, with a bunch of new storm of chaos level spells coming out.

Naturally, these revelations were quite a shock to all three flavors of Elf players. In addition to the usual narrative scenarios, this book contains the following crunchy deliciousness:.

Basically, this book is about the Skaven fucking shit up both for everyone else and for themselves.

Verminlords start openly manipulating the Council of Thirteen and individual clans. They head to the surface and start making a serious effort to conquer the Warhammer World.

First on their list is all the non-playable human factions. Getting tired of the stalemate, the Skaven ally with Skarsnik and make a serious push to conquer Karak Eight Peaks. Being forced onto the ropes, the Dwarves accept the aid of Ogre mercenaries, including Golgfang Maneater. They breifly turn the tide until Skarsnik reveals his ultimate trump card; Golgfang and his ogres.

They had been paid by Skarsnik to act as double-agents and turn on the Dwarves at his signal. But between the traitorous Skaven and Night Goblins, Golgfang takes one look at the clusterfuck the battle is becoming, takes the pay he'd already been given and led his ogres to greener meaning prosperous pastures.

Karak Eight Peaks is finally conquered by the Skaven, but the Dwarves decide on a posthumous vengeance and decide to blow it up rather than let the Skaven have it. Knowing that the Lizardmen are the greatest threat to them outside of Chaos either ignoring or forgetting about Nagash and the undead; do I mean the Skaven or GW's writers? Take your pick. Clan Pestilens decides to gear-up, ally with Clan Skyre and take on the Lizardmen in round 2. However, this time plot armor is on the villains side, as Skaven technology is unprecedentedly reliable and the Skaven manage to destroy several Lizardmen cities, even ravaging the previously unassailable Itza.

The biggest event is the Skaven fucking blow up Morrslieb. The gigantic fragments of warpstone fall on the world, with only the heroic sacrifice of many Slann, including Mazdamundi and Lord Kroak, ensuring that the destruction is confined to Lustria and the Southlands; which are incinerated along with all of Clan Pestilents in an expy of the popular theory on why the dinosaurs died out. Kroak and the remaining Slann used their magic to send the Lizardmen temples now magitek spaceships and chunks of the jungle into outer space to escape the fiery holocaust.

The Skaven attack the Empire and Thanquol finally starts to get shit done by unintentionally summoning the super Vermin Lord, Skreech Verminking. Vilitch fails to kill Karl Franz, dull surprise there. Archaon decides to kill Fateweaver and uses his blood to summon Ka'Bandha and so Khorne begins taking hold of the world. After the destruction of the Empire's last province, Averland by then Nagash and the Undead Legions have taken over Sylvania , the survivors of the Empire evacuate to Athel Loren.

Meanwhile Nagash gets his Black Pyramid destroyed by a skaven team led by Ikit Claw while busy fighting a horde of Nurglite daemons and undead the latter under the command of Isabella von Carstein, who was revived and brainwashed by Nurgle, much to Vlad's distress. Now realizing that he can't fight Chaos on his own terms, he hesitantly decides to join the other Incarnates as his broken monolith no longer allows him to spam Reanimation Protocols he also depleted too much power in a magical nuke he unleashed while chucking a tantrum over the Black Pyramid's destruction, which could have been far better used in the final battle.

Unsurprisingly, the other Incarnates don't want to ally with the sociopathic, omnicidal bag of bones. Naggy gives them Mannfred as a scapegoat for some of his crimes and they accept his help, though no-one trusts him as far as they can throw him and keep him under heavy guard.

Archaon starts the ritual to end the world by opening a new Chaos rift through what seems to be an Old-One device, most probably a warp-gate generator or a warp drive left over there, although it may also be a vortex warhead, in other words, Archie tried to pull the same trick used by the Dominus Astra to destroy Hive Fleet Behemoth. Ka'bandha calls Archaon out on camping in Middenheim rather than attacking and trying to cheese his way to victory with the artifact.

Archaon tells Ka'bandha if he wants slaughter to seek them himself, so he does. Meanwhile the Warhammer Avengers, called "Incarnates" to avoid copyright infringement , are stuck debating. This distraction allows Bea'lakor to sneak in and strike a deal with Mannfred, exchanging the latter's freedom for the chance to claim Lileath. Once free, Mannfred decides to switch sides and ally with Archaon, but not before he trolls the forces of order by telling the Brets who the Lady of the Lake really is and leaves her to Bea'lakor's clutches.

They interrogate Bea'lakor, which involves threatening to give him to Nagash as a test subject, to learn what was Chaos plan all along and try to storm Middenheim, which is the place of the ritual of course, as we all know Chaos needs rituals and blood sacrifice for anything more complex than boiling water, go figure.

After sealing away Bea'lakor they start to make a plan but they get held up by an endless horde of Khornate daemons. After some sacrifice they managed to get teleported to Middenheim even Grimgor, who was busy squatting the factions on the other side of the world that GW couldn't bother to give army lists and nearly halted the ritual but with their numbers diminished they couldn't make it before the ritual was completed. To their credit they did quite a job, killing more daemons than an entire Grey Knight company in an entire campaign, punching through the ritual defenses.

Ka'bandha kicks the Incarnates collective asses, but gets fought to a stalemate when he takes on Nagash. Franz reunites with Ghal-Maraz and reveals that he is none other than Sigmar himself. Nagash backs off and Sigmar defeats Ka'bandha. In Grimgor vs Archaon round 2, Grimgor destroys the Eye of Sheerian, causing Archaon to unleash the daemon in his sword and kill Grimgor. The two forces clash, with Sigmar finally beating Archaon and throwing him into the rift. The Incarnates combine their powers to try to stop the rift, with Teclis filling in for Fire and Beasts.

Then Mannfred pops up, goes full-retard noob and ruins the world by using an interrupt on the Incarnates when they where performing their counterspell. This causes rocks to start falling ; Teclis and Nagash suffer critical existence failure from power overload and power drain respectively, Balthazar was the one 'interrupted' - by Mannfred's sword - through his chest, Malekith gets his legs crushed saving Alarielle, Sigmar and Tyrion take a magical kick in the balls, with the latter entering RAEG-mode and killing Mannfred.

Sigmar gets up just to get a rematch after Abaddon-wishes-he-was-cool-as-me comes back and making both him and Sigmar fall into the vortex while wrestling for Ghal-Maraz. Seriously, they should have replaced Sigmar for Gotrek so the emperor could have somehow used his plot armor to save the setting.

Tyrion, Alarielle and Malekith pull up a seat and talk about what could have been until the rift gets them. In the end, Chaos pours through the new rift and the Warhammer world is destroyed with Athel Loren being the last to go, aside from the characters who fled there is one entity which was once human who manages to survive the final destruction of the world, and space, and time never invest all your saving into a single Oak of Ages kids and is plummeted into a new one where he makes a sort of miracle happens.

He is later revealed to be Sigmar. There are a couple of fundamental criticisms with the way in which End Times was written and resolved, even from the perspective of those of us who love most of GW's efforts:. The good news is that not everyone has to abide by this. Fans can politely decline to accept GW's ending and write their own alternate ending or continue their own stories. It is all fiction after all, we can choose to believe whatever makes us feel happiest which is actually what GW supports, they've written in several books fantasy and 40K for players to change the rules or even the history of the world how they want so long as the other player is fine with the rules changes or is at least aware of the fluff changes.

That said, we can only wait to see where the final verdict is on playing with the Old World's armies and how they'll mesh with the new armies of 9E. Or so it was thought. While we did get 9E, it was a fan creation. What did we get from GW then? Well, we got The differences in the setting are way too numerous to list here, but the Age of Sigmar page will give you the details.By continuing to use this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

The odd-numbered books are the plot ones, explaining the narrative and the campaigns involved as the world progressively goes further to hell. And, in case you can't tell, the End Times is skubtastic as shit. The End Times also expanded upon the general design of the Warhammer universes, and created a sort of canon Warhammer Meta-Setting , which defines both universes as parts of eternal cycles of destruction, rebirth and so on. Such is the power of Nagash.

The Curse of Khaine

To do this they try to build a super scaled up version of the Doom Rocket called the Moonstriker. As he continued to march, an untold number of creatures threw themselves upon the potential Everchosen.

Karak Eight Peaks is finally conquered by the Skaven, but the Dwarves decide on a posthumous vengeance and decide to blow it up rather than let the Skaven have it.

If you got beaten over the head with a mallet and suddenly got the idea to play End Times nowadays So we can place Nagash in the timeline properly the first Nagash novel occurs approximately just after the second War of Vengeance novel and demonstrates another way the Dark Elves have helped fuck up the world.