Barak-Nar

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Barak-Nar Grundstok Thunderer and city emblem

Barak-Nar is the City of the First Sunrise and currently acknowledged as the pre-eminent of the six major sky-ports of the Kharadron Overlords. [1]

  • Motto: Priffa dreng – Prosper or die [1]
  • Aether-gold shares: 307,620,967 [1]
  • Delegates on the Geldraad: 7, [1]

Overview

The City of the First Sunrise is the largest of the sky-ports and had the most delegates on the ruling council of the Kharadron Overlords, the Geldraad. They are renowned for their forward thinking and bold initiatives – they were the first to move to establish trade with non-duardin and in doing so have established well patrolled trade routes, guarded by glowbeacon lighthouses. [1a]

Location

Barak-Nar sails the skies of the Realm of Chamon and in the Age of Sigmar can be found within the Gleaming Banks to the north of the Strait of Fangs and the Stormkeep of the Iron Tridents. [1b]

History

Age of Chaos

Time of Reaving: Following the establishment of the Kharadron Code, the fleets of the city begin sweeping out to establish new cloud mines and to expand their frontiers. [1]

Bulwark Norgrimsson leads the fleets of the city to defeat the Waaagh of the Great Ghazbag, in the wake of that victory, Barak-Nar claims the Gleaming Banks. [1]

The wealth and power of the fleets of Barak-Nar ensure victory in the Hydrox Wars. [1]

Age of Sigmar

Njord Aethersson leads an ill-favoured raid on the Olwyr ogors which nearly ruins him, he liquidates all his remaining assets to assemble a new fleet and sacks the Great Anvrokian Dreadhold. The fleets of the city, commanded by Brokk Grungsson destroy Daemon hordes and break the siege of Barak-Zon. [1]

Following the Necroquake, forces from Barak-Nar aid the city of Lethis against the hordes of Nighthaunts commanded by the Mortarch of Grief but are unable to save it. [2a]

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