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Some geospatial data on this website is provided by geonames. View mobile website.A Wraithlordan Aeldari combat walker made of Wraithbone.
A Wraithguardan Aeldari robotic warrior crafted from Wraithbone. Wraithbone is the primary construction material used by the Asuryanithe Craftworld Aeldariand the staple of their psycho-technical engineering.
It is a form of crystallized psychic energy that can exist as a solid in realspace brought forth from the Warp and shaped by an Aeldari concentrating his thoughts and intent upon it. When and where the Aeldari first began using Wraithbone is unknown, though most Imperial scholars assume it was in the distant past, long before humanity had even fully evolved to sentience. It is used to create the Craftworlds of the Aeldari, all of their edifices, their tanks and other vehicles, robotic constructs such as the Wraithguard and Wraithlordsas well as their individual weapons and armour.
It is a psychic conductor and thus provides not only the structure and armour for the things built of it, but also the power distribution and communications systems since Wraithbone carries psychic energy the way a wire or fiber optic cable carries electricity or photons. Wraithbone can also naturally generate a psychic shield that protects the occupants of any spacecraft made from the material from the predations of the entities of the Warpmuch like an Imperial Gellar Field.
It was this psychic shielding property of Wraithbone that protected the souls of the inhabitants of the Craftworlds from the birth of the Chaos God Slaanesh which destroyed so much of the Eldar race. Wraithbone is a psycho-plastic material that is highly resilient to damage, and capable of limited self-repair. It, and the other building materials of the Aeldari, will grow and react more like living tissue than the building materials of other intelligent species, save for the Tyranids ' bio-constructs and Necrodermisthe Necron living metal that is the basis of a majority of the Necron's technology.
Wraithbone provides the psychic structure that allows it to become a repository for the spirit of a dead Eldar hero. An Aeldari spirit is drawn from the Infinity Circuit of a Craftworld and resides within a Spirit Stone mounted in the construct until such time as its power begins to fade and it can no longer function. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.
A Wraithlordan Aeldari combat walker made of Wraithbone A Wraithguardan Aeldari robotic warrior crafted from Wraithbone Wraithbone is the primary construction material used by the Asuryanithe Craftworld Aeldariand the staple of their psycho-technical engineering. Sources Codex: Craftworld Eldar 3rd Editionpg. Categories :.The Plain of Bones is a desert land, despoiled by windblown pollutants carried from the furnaces and factories of the Chaos Dwarf empire and ravaged by centuries of abuse by wandering tribes of Orcs and Goblins.
The northern and eastern edges of this awful place abut the empire of the Chaos Dwarfs where the dread Tower of Gorgoth looks out over the Desolation of Azgorh. The southern boundary lies on beaches of poisoned land along the shores of the Sea of Dread. The Plain of Bones is a desert of multi-coloured refractive sand from which rear huge rib-cages many times larger than a man. For this is the place where dragons came to die, to rest their bones among those of their ancestors as they had done for millions of years, before any other sentient beings walked the surface of the world.
Here lie the bones of the great ancestral dragons: rib-cages as large as hills mingle with skulls the size of castle towers and leg-bones larger than mighty oak trees.
These bones date from the great days of the draconic race, before their long decline. Today's dragons are a lesser breed, but mere pygmies compared to their ancestors. Since the time before the first great Chaos incursiondragons flew to this parched land when they knew their time of dying was upon them.
At the end of their last flight they would lie where they fell. No-one knows what instinct drew them here, but over the long millennia literally tens of thousands came here in their last hours.
This continued until the time of the arrival of Chaos when Dark Magic seeped out of the north and malignant evil entered the corpses of the dead dragons.
Soon the dead dragons stirred once more, their eyes bright with unnatural light, their bones peeking through their parchment skins. These fell creatures still prowl the Plain of Bones, evil and near mindless, driven by terrible unnatural hungers.
Dragons are proud creatures and do not willingly submit themselves to such a fate. They no longer come here to die, though no-one now knows where they do go to end their days. Ever since then, Vampires and powerful Necromancers of all kinds have been known to take a pilgrimage to this ancient landscape where they pick through one amongst many Dragon remains.
Once he finds a suitable corpse, the Vampire or Necromancer uses the excess Dark Magic that contaminates the land to resurrect the Dragon back to life as his eternal combat mount. These once majestic creatures stagger upright once more with a great despairing roar before stooping to allow their new master to ride atop their powerful shoulders.
Among the bones of dragons lie the remains of many others, drawn to this dark land by the promise of near infinite wealth, because, for those willing to risk the perils, it is a source of astonishing riches. To aid their digestion dragons swallow vast amounts of gold and gems. These line their stomach, the grinding action helping to break down the vast meals that dragons must devour to stay alive.
When dragons die their glittering carcasses often contain a king's ransom for those bold and foolish enough to try and claim it. In a land roasted by baking sun, devoid of any drinkable water and home to thousands of poisonous scorpions and mutated monsters, death comes easily. Some die after drinking from poisonous wells; others become prey for the great mummified Zombie Dragons.
Many fall victim to their own greed and ignorance of elementary survival techniques.His domain of power encompasses the most basic and brutal of sentient emotion and every act of killing is said to empower Him, the more vicious and bloodthirsty the better.
He is said to smile upon feats of valour, strength and blood-drenched warrior skill, and is the patron of proud warriors who set themselves against the odds and emerge triumphant through strength and skill. On one side of his nature, Khorne is the embodiment of honour and courage, and to those that has put his faith in Khorne are just as likely to be an honourable warrior as he is a blood-crazed killer, and often times it is that he shall be both at the same time.
The Warriors of Khorne, though gore-maddened berserkers all, take no artful approach to killing, for such indulgent displays serve only to empower Slaanesh, the honourless adversary of Khorne amongst the company of the gods.
It is also due to the warrior-code of the devotees of Khorne, who believe it is the solemn right of every warrior to die an honourable death in battle with sword and axe in hand. Khorne is the second eldest and perhaps the mightiest of the Gods of Chaos. Khorne is known by a thousand, thousand names in the North. He is known as Kharneth, Akhar, Kjorn, Khorgar, the Axefather, the Bloodfather, the Bloodwolf and the Wolf-Father, and yet other uncounted multitudes of titles and aspects.
Particularly the Norscans, who most eagerly of all embrace Khorne's call to eternal warfare. Khorne, the Blood God, sits resplendent in his rage upon his brass throne, resting atop a mountain of bloody skulls, built from the countless heads of great champions his followers have slain over an immeasurable number of eons.
No mortal man would be able to lay their eyes upon Khorne and survive, but various heretical writers have suggested that the Blood God looks somewhat like one of his mighty Bloodthirster greater daemons, only infinitely more terrifying.
Khorne sits upon his throne, encased in his brass armour, capable of deflecting any blow, clutching his colossal sword that could carve continents into pieces, his eyes burning with endless fury in the centre of his dog-like face. Khorne is said to have mighty forges and armouries that run for leagues, belching sooty filth into the lightning-cracked air, yet he will forever favour this single combination of arms.
His mighty throne room, built atop of his great brass tower, is supported by eight gigantic brass pillars in honour of the sacred number of the Blood God. The room itself is filled with his favoured flesh houndsincluding the mighty Karanakblessed with three heads and far more powerful than the rest of his kin. Some have described these loyal beasts as a bodyguard to Khorne, but to him they are but pets, as the Blood God has never been bested in mortal combat and thus needs no protection. Even if another of the Ruinous Powers were to enter the brass tower, Khorne knows that he alone would prove triumphant, such is his infinite strength and skill.
The tower itself rises leagues into the blackened sky, surrounded by a moat of molten blood, filled with the screaming enemies of Khorne, whilst the blackened brass walls are filled with monstrous carvings that depict the endless rage of the occupant within. Khorne puts none of his will into any endeavour that does not cause bloodshed. His lands in the Realm of Chaos are barren, cracked and dry save for the ceaseless rivers of blood fuelled by endless combat.
Throughout his realm, legions of warriors fling themselves into combat purely for the sake of battle. Khorne cares not from where blood flows and skulls are sacrificed so long as it is done in his name. It is not uncommon to see the warriors and champions of Khorne fighting amongst themselves, duelling and battling to prove their skill in combat and rise higher in the eyes of their Lord.During these challenging times, we guarantee we will work tirelessly to support you.
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Applying the Basecoating. Adding Details. Things You'll Need. Related Articles. Part 1 of Get a can of black or white spray-on paint primer. The primer will help the paint stick to the figures, making them easier to paint. Black or white primer will work, but keep in mind that white primer is easier to cover with light-colored paints.
You can find a can of spray-on primer at your local hardware store or paint store.The Yu'Vath were an ancient and Chaos -corrupted alien species whose empire was well-established in the Calyx Expanse two Terran millennia ago, during the Angevin Crusade of the early 39th Millennium.
These evil xenos were no more than twisted servants of the Warp who built an empire on a foundation of dark sorcerysoul-slavery and daemon worship. For years the Angevin Crusade fought a bloody war against them, slowly pushing them back in the face of massed slave armies and vile Warp-technology.
Finally, Saint Drusus himself struck the final blow and ended their domination over the Calyx Expanse. What was left of their worlds and artefacts were destroyed and their locations purged from Imperial records. Over time their existence was slowly forgotten. Whispers in the Koronus Expanse persist, however, that they were never truly defeated and there are inhabited Yu'Vath worlds still hidden deep within the darkness of the Calixis Sector.
In terms of physical appearance, accounts vary, and it is thus assumed that there is no "standard" form for the Yu'Vath species. This may be due to a perverse melding of the Yu'Vath with their thrall races, who are also noted as having variable appearances. During the time of the Angevin Crusade, in the 39th Millennium, the Yu'Vath were eliminated from the portion of the galaxy that would later become the Calixis Sector. In spite of this, their wretched taint remains present within the Koronus Expanse.
The heretical technology of these ancient creatures and the terrors that they spawned remain a blight and a constant danger. Much of it lays dormant beneath the surface of seemingly serene worlds and scattered among ancient Space Hulks adrift through the ages. All of these silently wait for some ancient sign or foolish sentient to trigger their activation. Many of these devices seem innocuous as they subtly influence their wielders towards the ways of the Ruinous Powers. Others are blatantly hideous in the way they directly expose victims to the raw power of the Warp.
Yu'Vath technology represents one of the most blasphemous threats to the strictures of the Adeptus Mechanicus and those who dare to trifle with it risk destruction and utter damnation. When the xenos wretches faced their betters, they knew that their Warp-tainted souls would soon face damnation. At the dawn of the 39th Millennium, the Imperium returned to the Calyx Expanse.
The Yu'Vath and their client races represented the most potent xenos opposition active within the region.
Their blasphemous technology in concert with their inherent psychic abilities presented a substantial challenge to Imperial efforts to seize control of the region. The Yu'Vath had maintained control of this section of the galaxy for untold millennia, and during this time they had established countless colonies and created or subsumed dozens of other xenos species into their stellar empire. Untold planets already bore the abandoned ruins of ancient Yu'Vath civilisations, even as their expansion continued in every direction throughout the Calyx Expanse.
Throughout the region, Mankind found evidence of Yu'Vath activity on the vast majority of inhabitable worlds they encountered in the Expanse.From elves to Eldar, ghouls to Tyranids, orcs to… well, Orksthere is a glut of races in the overall brand. But create them they did, and to the credit of Games Workshop's creative team, they're quite awesome.
As you can see from the packaging, the box details a battle between the Ossiarchs and the Ogors, in a dispute stemming from the breaking of thee Bone-Tithe, a pact enacted by the Ossiarchs and honored by the Ogors for a long time as an act of self-preservation. The Bone-Tithe basically says this: We won't kill you, but you must supply us with bones — lots of bones — and document the amount and kinds in preparation for our collection thereof.
This happened for some time until the Bone-Tithe was broken. Angered, Vakmortian, Master of the Bone-Tithe and one of the key officers for the Ossiarch Bonereapers, decided to enact their end of the bargain-as-broken. The Ossiarch Bonereapers are a risen race of amalgamated bone-constructs, created by Nagash, Supreme Lord of the Undead, mostly to serve under one of his Mortarchs specifically Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis.
The warriors in their ranks are infused with multiple souls of the dead, given new purpose as the collective consciousness of a killing machine each. The Feast of Bones boxed set comes with ten Mortek Guard your basic infantry amid the Ossiarchsthree Necropolis Stalkers elite infantrytwo Morghasts large elite flying infantryand Vokmortian himself discussed above, and who is a Wizard and Hero for the Bonereapers.
This release also sees a number of re-releases of Ogors, namely within the Mawtribe subclass.
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The models in this release are mostly things that have come out before, save for the Ogor Tyrant, an individual model that is resilient and versatile in its abilities. This release comes also with a unit of six Gluttons, two Leadbelchers noting that usually these are sold on their own as packs of fourand an Ironblaster, in addition to the aforementioned Tyrant.Testing CONTRAST Paints by Citadel - Skeleton Horde
I was initially worried about how exactly I'd go about affixing the standard's heads to the rest of the standard for Vokmortian and also how I'd get the casket to stay on his back, but this turned out easy with a bit of pressure. The model came out quite nicely. Vokmortian is only comprised of nine parts not counting the baseand yet coms out so dynamically! It's a great-looking piece. The Tyrant, despite having more parts to it, felt even easier to put together.
This model was quite straightforward and there were no issues getting pieces to fit, save for affixing the legs to the main body. This was mainly because of the areas where the legs are attached to the sprue, so it's likely less Games Workshop's fault and more the fault of whomever they have to render the sprues overall.
Together, the piece is beautifully done. The Feast of Bones boxed set comes with a number of other tools to be able to play the scenarios right out of the box. The only things that are missing are terrain, dice, and tape measures though there are cardboard rulers in the release.