Raamket

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Raamket, the Red Lord [2a] was one of the immortals created by Nagash in Khemri in Nehekhara. [1a]

Appearance

A pale skinned man with a warriors build, clad in red leather sandals, a crimson kilt and a cape of flayed human skin. He had blunt, broad features with a oft-broken nose and heavy brows whilst his eyes were cold, dark and steady as bedrock. [1a]

History

He was part of the cabal of nobles formed by Nagash, in -1962 IC gaining the title of Master of Rods - controlling the City Watch - after a plague killed many scions of the great houses. He used his power to also gain control of the criminal gangs as well. [1b]

In -1750 IC he served as regent in Khemri when Nagash fought against Ka-Sabar, dealing with the rebels in the city. [1a]

He accompanied Nagash to the 2nd Battle at the Springs of Eternal Life.[1c]

When Arkhan the Black raised the dead from the tombs and took the city of Quatar in -1744 IC, Nemuhareb and his family were skinned alive by Raamket. The kings hide, the nerves magically preserved was stretched across the army standard. [1d]

As Arkhan falls from grace, Raamket continued to rise, accompaning Nagash and his Tomb Guard when the army arrived to begin the Siege of Mahrak. [1e] Following the defeat of Nagash at the siege in -1740 IC, Raamket retreated to Khemri with a few immortals and undead however when the allied armies arrived, he had already fled the city. [1f]

He was however hunted down and his severed head presented at the Council of Kings in Lahmia in -1650 IC. [2a]

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