The War-Statuary of Nehekhara
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Throughout the history of Nehekhara, the kings of the great cities ordered the construction of vast monuments. Many of these creations were great statues depicting the gods, while others were carved in the likenesses of fearsome creatures of mythology. Each statue was hand carved by a skilled Necrotect and inscribed with magical hieroglyphs said to bring the statue to life to allow it to protect the tomb of its master.
Following the rise of Settra and the beginning of the Reign of Millions of Years, these statues have been awoken by the Liche Priests of the Mortuary Cult and now march to war alongside the armies of the Tomb Kings
Common War Statues
- Sepulchral Stalkers
- Tomb Scorpions
- Necrolith Colossus
- Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings (8th Edition), Needs Citation
|Units||Bone Giant - Carrion - Casket of Souls - Dust Goblin - Hierotitan - Liche Priest - Necrosphinx - Necrotect - Screaming Skull Catapult - Sepulchral Stalker - Skeleton Archer - Skeleton Chariot - Skeleton Horsemen - Skeleton Warrior - Tomb Guard - Tomb Herald - Tomb King - Tomb Prince - Tomb Scorpion - Tomb Swarm - Ushabti - Warsphinx|
|Characters||Ahtaf I - Ahtaf II - Alcadizaar - Alkharad - Alkhazzar I - Alkhazzar II - Amanhotep - Amenemhetum - Antarhak - Apophas - Arkhan - Dhekhesh - Dread King - Hekesh - Kaseph - Khalida Neferher - Kharnut -Khatep - Khesek - Khetep - Khutef - Lahkashaz - Lahmizzar - Lahmizzash - Lakhashar - Lamashizzar - Nagash - Neferata - Nehek - Nekhef I - Nekhesh - Phar - Pharakh - Rakaph I - Rakaph II - Rakaph III - Rakhash - Rasut - Sehenesmet - Sekhef - Setep - Settra - Thutep - Tutankhanut - Utep - Wakhaf - Zakash - Zandri|
|Cities||Khemri - Lahmia - Lybaras - Mahrak - Numas - Quatar - Rasetra -|
|Images - Miniatures - Vehicles|