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What an and a colossal skeletal dickhead. Nagash is the first second and arguably the second most evil character biggest asshole most evil badass evil asshole character to ever curse the world. After, of course (though in the End Times Drachenfels is forced to play second fiddle to Nagash after getting beaten by a playwright wielding the power of Sigmar). He went into hand-to-hand combat with the likes of, and has plans to kick,,, and (as of Age of Sigmar, the as well) out of the and become itself.
Despite being the setting's main villain apart from and the Chaos Gods, he hasn't been directly involved in as much as you think. To be fair, he did destroy Nehekhara, nearly killed Sigmar (but successfully handicapped him until his ascension) and used his armies of undead to, but until the End Times (see below), his main mark on the setting was creating Necromancy and what his various and did with it. In Age of Sigmar, he is 's fav frenemy. Contents • • • • • • • • • • • Early life [ ] Nagash was the firstborn son of King Khetep of Khemri. Unlike most places, in Nehekhara the firstborn sons of the royal family were given to the temples and the second sons would become kings. Msn Windows Live Messenger 2009 (full) - Offline Installer more.
He joined the Nehekharan Mortuary Cult and quickly rose to become High Priest. Like all Mortuary Priests, he was searching for a means of achieving immortality; following the command of the by then (oh irony!) long-dead. Despite his rank of High Priest in the Mortuary Cult, he coveted even greater power.
After the death of their father, Nagash's brother Thutep took to the throne, becoming the ruler of Khemri. Print Artist Platinum 24 Crack - Torrent. Rather than mourn his father that had died gruesomely (which was the first red flag for the uninitiated that something was wrong with the guy), Nagash was more interested in what killed their father, for his corpse bore the marks of powerful dark magic. Unfortunately for the Khemrians and the world as a whole, he found the source of the magic. During a ceremony he got his hands on some sorcerers who'd been taken prisoner (back before forbade males from learning magic, as the group consisted of one man and two women).
An interesting piece of trivia is that these trio of Dark Elves were the leaders of the covert-op unit that was killing Dwarf caravans to start the. 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. Nagash; once was human, always was an asshole. He trapped them in his father's pyramid, forcing them to barter their sorcerous knowledge for their freedom. Despite this, they were far from subdued, demanding whatever they could from Nagash, from silk pillows to books (particularly ones about tomb construction and architecture.). From them, Nagash learned of the Chaos Gate in the far north and the Winds of Magic that blew from it, and how they may be harnessed by a careful practitioner. Unlike the sorceries of Khemri, which relied on the intercession of gods, Nagash learned that mortals could manipulate magic for themselves.
He learned of Dark Magic and of how it coagulated into warpstone. Although the Dark Elves withheld the full depths of their knowledge; Nagash, a twisted and brilliant genius in his own way, had become one of the few humans to truly master Dark Magic from what they had taught him.
Nagash was a very good student of the Dark Elves. 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, they're cold mothafuckas). Taking everything he’d 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.