Dark Elf Slave Warrior

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Dark Elf Slave Warriors are on occasson forced into battle by their masters. [1a]

The Dark Elves are infamous for their raiding across the world and those unfortunate enough to be taken prisoner are taken back to the Land of Chill, Naggaroth where they might work in the mines and quarries or are even just tortured and sacrificed. Many die of starvation or cold or the brutal treatment meated out by the slavemasters. [1a]

Sometimes they take slaves onto the battlefield, making them fight in the front line even if they are barely able to stand. Whether they were once Halberdiers of the Empire or proud High Elf spearmen, now they seek little more than a swift death. As they whipped into line, a few will attempt to rebel, striking out at the slave master, some are barely able to move and others try to flee. [1a]

Before a battle, slaves are sacrificed to the Army Standard in the name of Khaine. [1a]

Slave Masters

Dark Elves who are experts at leading and motivating slaves. [1a]

Notable

Weapons and Equipment

  • 4th Edition: Club. Slave Master armed with a Whip. Slave Master may take equipment and a Magic Item. [1a]

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