Death whispers to the Bray-Shaman, who speaks the words to his enemies with hideous, incorporeal power.
The Bray-Shamans of the Beastmen are vile to behold, their filthy bodies covered in matted fur into which all manner of crude fetishes and grim charms are woven. Their twisted features are often covered in a ragged hood, and they bear heavy braystafs as both brutal weapons and symbols of their position within the warherd. Bray-Shamans occupy a unique niche in the brutal and bitter world of the Beastmen; they have no need to defend themselves from other members of their tribe, for none would dare assault them. Not even the mightiest Beastlord would harm a Bray-Shaman, for they speak the will of the Dark Gods, and those that defy the Gods pay the highest price of all.
This unit has the following mount options
|Razorgor Chariot||A deadly mountain of muscle and hair, forced to pull its Beastlord’s chariot, is a truly repulsive proposition indeed.|
|Encourage||This unit provides a leadership bonus to nearby allies. Units within range of both the Lord's aura and an encouraging unit will receive the larger of the two bonuses.|
|Hide (forest)||This unit can hide in forests until enemy units get too close.|
Goaded by Chieftains and enraged by intruders on their blood-grounds, Beastmen become consumed by a savage furore!
A strong mind is needed to channel the Winds of Magic. Those that have such a gift become arcane conduits - funnelling the magical tempests to their cause.
Spellcasters who practise Death Magic can channel the life force of foes into their spells.
|Aspect of the Dread Knight||
An invisible aura of horror surrounds the Wizard’s allies. Only the bravest foes now stand before them.
|Doom & Darkness||
Spirits of the departed assail the Wizard’s foes, sapping their resolve and causing dread among their numbers.
Harnessing the sickly power of Shyish, the Wizard weakens the foe's will to survive the battle.
The Wizard extends an ebon hand towards the chosen foe, leeching its spirit through tainted sorcery.
|The Fate of Bjuna||
Following the fate of the unsmiling warrior, Bjuna, the targets of the caster’s ire will laugh themselves to death.
|The Purple Sun of Xereus||
A colossal orb of purple-edged darkness materialises - those who do not escape its crystalline touch are doomed for eternity!
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