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Arcane Journal: Tomb Kings of Khemri

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Arcane Journal: Tomb Kings of Khemri

A landscape cursed by the nefarious machinations of the dread necromancer Nagash, the realm of Nehekhara, once known as the Great Land thanks to its long enduring prosperity, is now the domain of the dead. This accursed land is ruled over by the ancient Tomb Kings and their legions of dread skeletal warriors.

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This supplement takes an in-depth look at the Land of the Dead, exploring the traditions and beliefs of this horrifying realm of cadaverous kings and their skeletal subjects. Used in conjunction with Warhammer: The Old World – Ravening Hordes, this book arms you with more rules and tales, allowing you to use your Tomb Kings of Khemri collection in new and exciting ways.

Within this supplement, you will find:

The Land of the Dead: A detailed look at ancient Nehekhara: its great cities, the military might of its ancient kings and queens, and the immortal power of the Mortuary Cult.

Conflict in the Badlands: An in-depth look at the Mortuary Cult at war, telling of the quest to find the resting place of an ancient king, culminating in a vicious battle with the denizens of the Badlands.

Heroes of Legend: Background and rules for three famous characters: Settra the Imperishable; Prince Apophas, the Cursed Scarab Lord; and Nekaph, Emissary of Settra.

Armies of Infamy: Rules to field two unique Tomb Kings Armies of Infamy: Nehekharan Royal Hosts, and Mortuary Cults.

This is an expansion to Warhammer: The Old World – you'll need copies of the Warhammer: The Old World Rulebook and Warhammer: the Old World – Ravening Hordes books, both available separately, to use the contents of this book.

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