Watch Towers of Naggaroth

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A Watchtower

The Watch Towers of Naggaroth are Dark Elf fortresses that guard the northern body of Naggaroth against Chaos incursions. [1a]

The watchtowers are helped by the sorcerous tower of Ghrond. Whenever the wild men of the North attack the Watchtowers are prepared by the visions of the future that the Sorceresses receive.

History

In 176 IC as his lands began to suffer from attacks from Chaos marauders, the Witch King orders the construction of a line of fortresses to forestall them. [1b]

A large Chaos army invading from the Chaos Wastes is detected by the towers leading to its defeat in 211. [1b]

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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 - Anethra Helbane - Bracchus - Dijin Katal - Duriath Helbane - Furion - Hellebron - Kouran - Laithikir Fellheart - 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 Joyous Oblivion - Ravager of Souls - Talon of Agony - Temple of Spite - Tower of Blessed Dread - Tower of Oblivion - Ultimate Oblivion
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