Brides of Burning Blood

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The Brides of Burning Blood are one cult among the Witch Elves that hold no single shrine among the Dark Elves but instead dedicate their worship of Khaine on the battlefield. They do not take any hostages as they believe blood taken from battles is both raw with anger and fear thus fitting tribute to the bloody handed god. As their deity is the Lord of Suffering, these Brides also coat their weapons with toxins which give an agonising death to their victims. Following the battle, the Brides of Burning Blood go before the Death Hag where they are inspected. Should a single portion of their body not be coated with the blood of their victims then the Witch Elves believe that their offering is unacceptable. Thus, they are sent to find more victims be the enemies or even their fellow Dark Elves in order to appease Khaine.[1]

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Druchii (Dark Elves)
Units Assassin - Beastmaster - Black Ark Fleetmaster - Black Guard - Bleaksword - Cauldron of Blood - Cold One Chariot - Cold One Knight - Corsair - Dark Elf War Altar - Dark Elf City Guard - Dark Rider - Darkshard - Doomfire Warlock - Doomsteed - Dreadlord - Dreadspear - Executioner - Harpy - Kharibdyss - Reaper Bolt Thrower - Shade - Sisters of Slaughter - Sorceress - War Hydra - Witch Elves
Characters Alandrian - Amara - Bracchus - Dijin Katal - Furion - Hellebron - Kouran - Lokhir Fellheart - Malekith - Malus Darkblade - Morathi - Rakarth - Ruerl - Seraphon - Shadowblade - Sulekh - Tullaris - Urathion - Urian Poisonblade
Cities and outposts Clar Karond - Ghrond - Har Ganeth - Hag Graef - Karond Kar - Naggarond
Black Arks Ark of Naggor - Citadel of Damnation - Citadel of Desolation - Claw of Dominion - Fortress of Eternal Terror - Jade Palace of Pain - Palace of Oblivion - Ravager of Souls - Talon of Agony - Temple of Spite - Tower of Blessed Dread - Tower of Oblivion - Ultimate Oblivion
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