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A fan-made army book for sites for use in Warhammer. In Lustria, the site of the main Slann cities monitoring the progress of their projects, the Slann. Greetings Lizards, Welcome to my Library where in coming years I will attach PDF copies of all the unofficial army books I will come to produce. Every army book is split into five main sections, each of which deals with a different aspect of the army. Warhammer Armies Lizardmen contains: V i har.

Most of the brave Elf and Old World warbands that have dared to attempt a landfall at the island have been defeated on the beaches.

The sites would pour forth from the dense jungle and attack all that tried to disembark. The survivors returned to the Old World recounting exaggerated stories of powerful women warriors. The Norse living in the Lustrian colony of Skeggi tells a tale that the sites are a group of widows that left Skeggi many years earlier. The Norse knew them as Valkyries, just like the fabled female warriors of the Norse gods who come to collect the souls of the bravest Norse warriors that die in battle.

Why have they flourished among the jungle denizens for so long? One story from Juan Cornetto suggests the sites have discovered a way of brewing this "elixir of youth". The more common tales suggest the sites are master herbalists.

That they prepare distilled potions of tropical plants for use in their sacrificial ceremonies.

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For any reason, death among the sites is uncommon, occurring only from mortal wounds or natural disaster. The sites are fierce hunters that stalk Skinks and game in the surrounding swamps. They use the hides of Skinks for clothes and it should therefore come as no surprise that the sites and the Lizardmen are bitter enemies.

In addition they clothe themselves with animal skins of the forest and wear plumes of exotic tropical birds for headdresses. The sites defend their island vigorously and bravely.

They despise men, so often encountering them as would be conquerors or tricksters. This method of insemination has peculiar side-effects, and almost a quarter of siteian pregnancies are twins or triplets, although births of quadruplets and even more are not terribly uncommon. Twins are considered a boon from Rigg, and the more identical children the more the site has been blessed. The mother is the primary caretaker but all the sites help in raising the children.

At thirty, if a woman has raised her daughter or daughters well, she may be permitted to go on another pilgrimage and become pregnant a second time. Normally a mother cares for her daughter until she is five, after which she is given into the custody of the local noble or the siteian sisterhood where she is taught a vocation and indoctrinated into the siteian society.

After her daughter leaves her care, an site is expected to return to their duties as a warrior or is given a garden to care for and produce food. So nearly all sites between fifteen and eighteen serve in the military until they are twenty-five, after which some become mothers, and after being mothers return as officers, bodyguards, or tend the gardens. The Sisterhood is not only a religious order; it forms the core of the government, military, and the culture itself.

As the Sisterhood overshadows everything else in siteia and although most siteians are blindly loyal to it, there is a small group of dissenters who abhor the power and control that the Sisterhood has over the society.

When the warp-gates collapsed the Sisterhood was formed as a religious order that cared for the ancient technology and transmitted the necessary knowledge down to the next generation in the form of mystical religious rituals. The siteian Sisterhood is essentially a religious technocracy. This technology that they preserved ensures that the sites can reproduce through the ancient methods developed long ago by the Slann.

The Sisterhood resides in a number of ancient Old Ones pyramids, buildings that few outside the Sisterhood are allowed to enter. These ancient temples have vaults and complexes deep below them filled with Ancient Slann machinery that the Sisterhood carefully monitors. The Sisterhood does not understand most of this equipment, but they are capable of using some of it, and they have learned to master many of the weapons left behind by the Old Ones. The Sisterhood existed long before the collapse of the warp-gates and was set up by the Slann as a school in order to instruct the sites in the technical knowledge necessary for their work with the Slann.

Of course today this organization has taken on other political and religious overtones as well.

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The sites today are still strongly influenced by the Slann culture of the past and its remarkable technology, technology that today still plays an important role in siteian society. It is believed that the siteians maintain a specific breeding program set out by the Slann, and they reproduce parthenogenically, through drugs or some Slann technology. Regardless of the method, it is a secret maintained by the priesthood. For the Slann and the siteians alike, the centuries have resulted in the loss of priceless knowledge and technology, yet this decline has been slowed amongst the sites.

In fact the sites have maintained far more knowledge than have the Slann, whose decline has been accelerated by the incursions of the last two centuries. Retention of this ancient knowledge can be attributed to the siteian sisterhood, a monastic order similar to Old World priesthoods, which is responsible for the passing on of the knowledge. Every site woman must serve in the military or some other capacity for seven years, formally starting at the age of eighteen, although their military training had begun years ago.

Some women showing aptitude may enter some other form of special service.

When an site reaches twenty-five years of age, she is then given a great celebration by her peers, who festoon her with flowers and ply her with strong nectar alcohol.

Rigg is the deity of the sites, a goddess of war and ferocity in battle and the siteian Sisterhood instructs many in the finer forms of combat, as well as being able to occasionally use the Old Ones weapons to considerable effect. These Old Ones weapons are revered as religious artefacts left behind by Rigg. The temples themselves are guarded by the militant order of the cult, the Kalim. The Kalim embody the virtues of the sites, fierce relentless fighters who fear not even death.

The Kalim are responsible for guarding all of the Sisterhood complexes. Many of the Kalim consume a drug created from local plants, and they are known as the KokaKalim who under the influence of this drug are even more edgy and violent than the Kalim!

The Sisterhood has sole trusteeship over siteian religious sites and they act as the Priesthood in the Cult of Rigg. Lastly the siteian Sisterhood dominates the politics of siteia. Although sites have a Queen and nobility, both are members of the powerful Sisterhood.

The membership of the siteian Sisterhood is carefully selected at birth, and once chosen they are cloistered away and gradually taught ritual, history, philosophy, metaphysics, and the doctrines of this quasi-religious order. From within this order, those of noble birth are chosen to lead, forming the nobility within the society, and the head of the order is the Queen of siteia.

Others include a large eye with red pupils, a Slann skull pierced by an obsidian dagger, and flint daggers. The Old Ones pyramids that litter siteia are all holy sites and maintained by the order. The Shrines are all Old Ones pyramids, and deep within the house the holy shrines and offerings of the skulls of enemies are offered here.

The sites also quickly sacrifice captured foes on the shrines, although they do this far less often than the Slann. Some of the temples have secret vaults where artefacts from the past are kept and maintained by the Sisterhood.

Some of the temples may have hidden vaults that the Sisterhood itself has not even discovered. She is depicted as a tall woman with a wild mane of long red hair and intense burning red eyes.

She wears a few scraps of some animal skin and an intricately engraved bronze breastplate that is covered in images of her countless victorious battles, and she carries strange weapons of Old Ones origin in her hands, one a sword, the other some sort of projectile weapon.

She is the siteian goddess of war and frenzy, and it is claimed that she patrols the borders of siteia killing Pygmies, Slann, and other intruders into siteia. It is believed that Rigg can also possess her warriors leading them to greater heights of valour. The Cult of Rigg is quite hostile to the Slann and the followers of Sotek.

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They have also learned to despise the Norse and Old Worlders, and their gods. This Cult is administered by the siteian Sisterhood who provides all the priestesses and care and maintain the shrines. The siteian Sisterhood also provides the Kalim or religious zealots who guard the temples to ensure their sanctity.

Each shrine has its own holy days based upon events related to that.

On the equinoxes great festivities are held throughout siteia, usually feasting and the sacrifice of a few captives. On these days the Queen leads a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Rigg.

There are a number of skulls employed by the Cult of Rigg, mostly using the colour red. One is a highly 12 Rigg is revered and worshipped throughout the site tribes. The tradition of the site Queen states that the Queen is not the ruler of the site Empire, merely its custodian until Rigg, the Once and Ever Queen returns to claim her throne.

Rigg is the principal goddess of the empire, but after the First War of Chaos, the site's have never truly been one tribe again. Kalith's daughter united them, but by this time each of the individual splinter tribes which fled the onslaught had developed independent of each other, and worshipped their own goddesses, and also had unique cultures.

Rigg didn't try and cage these cultures, and allowed each of the tribes their own independence. The Sisterhood controls all of the shrines in siteia. Those portions not directly under the control of temples, shrines and monasteries are controlled by the nobility, the noble members of the Sisterhood who are assigned a bodyguard and instructed to administer a particular area in the name of the Queen. The nobles are surrounded by a personal bodyguard, as well as the local tribeswomen and any of the warrior societies that the noble or the community sponsors.

These warrior societies are filled with berserkers, women utterly dedicated to the defence of siteia. This militarized society is necessary for the siteians to protect their highly valued independence, and their reputation for their ferocity has ensured that only fools or the hopelessly lost trespass into their territory.

However, the way the sites appear to be scattered into individual tribes mask their true numbers and power from their enemies, particular the Lizardmen, and this has allowed them to thrive in secret. Most of the other site minor goddesses are derived from jungle spirits and jungle lore. For example, the sites of Tia'ran Mutanbo literally "high trees" worship the goddess Serena, the snake mistress and goddess of trickery.

Daughters are ascribed the status of their mothers. Normally mothers may choose which of their children should be their heirs, although traditionally the first born is. However the Sisterhood can block this appointment by rejecting the heir as a candidate for the Sisterhood, and then the noble must choose whichever of her daughters is selected. Essentially the nobility is drawn from the Sisterhood and the Sisterhood is capable of selecting who will rule where.

The Kalim are also known as the Koka-Kalim due to their consumption of the local drug koka that provides not only spirit visions but heightens their senses. These Kalim represent the main defenders of the sisterhood and despite their perpetual strung-out state are incredibly fierce warriors.

Within the Kalim there is an even more elite order, the Kalim Devouts who are given great privileges due to their loyalty, and they defend the inner sanctums of the siteian temples and monasteries, some of them wielding weaponry dating from the Old Ones High Age. When the sites seized the Slann equipment they often retrieved considerable supplies of iron and even harder metals, which they fashioned into swords, arrowheads, and spear points.

These remarkably strong metals gave the sites a considerable edge in defending siteia against the less sophisticated weapons of their enemies. When the Old Worlders and Norse invaded the sites had weapons of comparable strength as well and this allowed them to repel the invaders with more ease than other groups had.

The sites are very warlike and particularly hostile towards the Slann, but they have made a few alliances with the local Pygmy Tribes in their immediate area and the sites Warband venturing out from siteia is often guided by a small group of Pygmies. The siteians take great pride in their appearance and their weaponry.

Not only has the technology that they possess been passed down, but everything else as well is passed down and treasured by the following generations. The breastplates, helmets, and swords that they wear are often elaborate in design and detail, and the story and legends associated with them deepen the reverence that an siteian feels towards their equipment.

An siteian cannot help but feel that to fail would be to shame the scores if not hundreds that had worn her armour before her. Of course most of the armour or weapons do not have this patina of fame and repute, but every siteian strives for the greatness that will continue on through the legends of their equipment.

Relations with other races are much simpler. The Norse, upon their first contact with the sites, attempted to plunder their treasures, beginning an age of conflict between the two that has lasted many centuries.

Contact with other races is of a similar nature, and there have been some distinctly unpleasant instances of the warrior women themselves being the targets of raids sponsored by imperial nobles seeking to abduct them and ship them back to the Old World as curiosities for the Imperial Court.

But not all contact with other races has been made upon the basis of conflict. On occasion, one or more sites have appeared to guide, advice or even aid an army fighting within Lustria. In most instances, this has taken the form of a Priestess lending council and magical aid to an army, forming a temporary peace until the battle is resolved.

Exactly why they choose to help some armies and not others is an utter mystery, though some believe the sites follow some arcane prophecy that leads them to offer assistance in the defeat of certain foes, or the defence of certain sacred sites.

The sites themselves have a quite astounding appearance. They take considerable pleasure in decorating and altering their bodies. Many siteians bear tattoos, some of them are covered from head to foot by them, a very mesmerizing sight.

A few, mostly Kalim Devouts and berserkers practice ritual scarification, repeatedly scarring themselves in beautiful patterns, their bodies crisscrossed by intricate patterns and ridges of scarred flesh. Furthermore, there are several instances of Priestesses of the siteian Sisterhood aiding opposing armies. Though the Priestesses have not been observed to directly attack one another, they have aided their respective allies in the defeat of their foes.

It is possible the Priestesses regard such battles as ritual combat, but with the blood of others shed in place of their own. Perhaps they seek the ruination both warring armies, guiding each towards inevitable and mutual destruction. The sites are just as unique in what they do with their hair. Many have mohawks, with the sides shaved, others keep their hair short and spiky, and some wear their hair in long braids with items and objects weaved into the braids.

Their clothes are often animal skins decorated with gold jewellery. They also wear leather, but due to the heat and humidity of the area the sites wear as little clothing as possible. They appear to have a complex and ritualistic approach to their interactions with outsiders and none can be sure whether they will remain on even remotely friendly terms for long.

This is particularly evident when it comes to relations with the Lizardmen. One of the most highly sought after treasures of the sites is the legendary Fountain of Youth in Genaina, whose magical waters can completely stop and reverse the aging process of any living being. More than a few adventurers from the Old World have travelled to Lustria searching for it, but none have been successful in this endeavour. For the sites, being allowed to drink from the Fountain of Youth is the reward for faithful service to the Sisterhood.

Anyone who performs their duty well is allowed this elixir of life, for without it, the sites would likely perish from extinction. The Fountain is guarded day and night by the Totem Guardians, and it is a strict ceremonial procedure for each member of the Sisterhood to sip from it once every year. It would appear that the sites occupy at least one, and possibly more, sites that outsiders would take for being sacred to the Lizardmen.

The ruins of temples within which unknown Lizardmen gods were once worshipped now form the foundations of site settlements. The High Priestesses of the siteian Sisterhood bear items of undoubtedly Lizardmen origin, yet the Lizardmen make no obvious move to retrieve these.

Rather, it appears as if the sites are accepted by the Mage Priests as part of the natural order of things. This is not to suggest, however, that the two parties never come to blows, for it is known that they do. It has even been reported that an siteian Priestess was encountered by a merchant of the Empire adorned with the hide of a 14 15 History of the sites Though the continent-spanning empire of the Lizardmen encompasses all the jungles of Lustria, these reptiles are not the only intelligent beings that dwell there.

Those few explorers gifted, or lucky, enough to return from the interior tell all manner of tales. Many are dismissed as the ravings of men who have spent too long in the sun, such as those of diminutive, copper-skinned tribesmen akin to the Halflings of the Moot, or jungle spirits reminiscent of the Dryads of Elven lore. But, of all the account of the denizens of Lustria, it is stories of the warrior women known as the sites that have proved the most enduring.

They were possessed of tremendous wisdom; each was clean of limb and never grew old. They were exclusively female, for as long as they stood at the side of the creators, they were nigh immortal, and had no need of conventional reproduction. They also wielded the power of the creators, going out in the world and transforming it according to the Old Ones' plans.

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Eventually the Old Ones fell, and with them fell the sites. Chaos was unleashed upon the world, and while the Old Ones fled or perished, their servants fought a desperate war against a veritable tidal wave of daemons. The sites, severed from their creators, found their powers much diminished, and retreated to the depths of the jungle.

Here they established secret havens where they would defend against all others, until the very end of the world. According to legend, the Elven god of the sea, wealth and happiness, married Rigg, the site goddess.

The result of this marriage was the 'Mother of all sites', Kalith. Her prowess as a warrior was unmatched by anyone within the site Realms, and she always went to battle with a strangely shaped sword in each hand, made of an unknown blue crystal.

Where she came from, no one knows. But she wandered the jungle, righting wrongs and slowly united all of the scattered site tribes together. Khalith was the first site Queen, and was she who found the complex network of natural caves and caverns hidden behind the massive waterfall of Swallow Falls.

She was the one which started the construction of the fortress-temple of Genaina. Modern day Slann regard any trace of the old times with fear and suspicion: the Old Sciences have been lost to them. Not so to the Sisterhood, who retained and preserved much of their knowledge. Whilst they could not hope to re-create the products of the High Age they could still use and maintain many of the artefacts which they had salvaged from its fall.

This knowledge became the basis of the Sisterhood's power and authority within site society. The careful organisation, fanatic devotion, and above all, the secrecy of the Sisterhood ensure a continuing hegemony in the religious, political and scientific spheres of site life. The children of Kalith were given a special role in the creation of the world.

Alongside their godly creators, they became the special, favoured servants, the viziers of the masters of creation - the handmaidens of the gods. The sites shared in an age where the forces of boundless creation were worked upon the surface of the world, and other beings raised up by the servants of the Old Ones. This was a Golden age of science and technology. Even then, siteia was a wild and fiercely independent land.

The technocratic and wise Slann accepted this and respected site territory. While other humans were regarded as inferior, enslaved and treated little better than cattle, the sites retained their freedom. Lizardman and site were able to exist, almost entirely peacefully, side by side.

There was even a measure of trade and cooperation between the two races. sites were particularly valued as Acolytes by the High Age Slann. These sites were the ancestors of the present day Sisterhood. They were to gain, through their work and their studies, a close familiarity with the High Age sciences.

Through this aeon of creation, the sites 16 The Norse maintain another tale of site roots, linking them to the female warriors known as the Shieldmaidens. They believe the warrior women dwelling in the jungle are Norse outcasts — the remnants of a group of women who took to war whilst their menfolk were off plundering.

When they did not return, these and many other Norse maidens who had come to Skeggi hoping to find a brave and wealthy warrior as a husband were bitterly disappointed. Furthermore, the number of warriors defending Skeggi was badly depleted. These resolute Norse women became Shieldmaidens, by which name the dreaded Norse women warriors are known. The Shieldmaidens were forced to leave Skeggi. They were given a longship and sailed far along the coast and up the estuary of a great river.

The Shieldmaidens finally settled in a swampy island in the middle of the river, surrounded on all sides by impenetrable jungle. The island contained the deserted ruins of Lizardmen temples, and this place became the Shieldmaidens' stronghold. Many years later these same warriors were encountered by Elf and Dwarf adventurers who had sailed up the river and attacked the settlement thinking it to be a Lizardman city. The Norse, led by the infamous Losteriksson, quickly realised the extent of the riches to be found there, and set to plundering it with all the abandon for which their kind are known.

Whilst Losteriksson sought to establish the settlement that eventually grew into the colony known as Skeggi, other chieftains led their men south, following the Cactus Coast, past the is lands of Yukka and Quelzl, and into the mouth of the river Amaxon. Amidst the strangling mangroves, stifling humidity and coiling vapours, they spied an island In the midst of the river. Upon its shores reared the indistinct form of a mighty statue.

Though they could not determine its exact shape, it appeared human and female. The invaders explored no further, for their longship was assailed by a storm of arrows and other, more arcane projectiles. As men fell, those not killed by their wounds soon fell victim to the terrible effects of the bizarre weapons.

The chieftains reluctantly ordered their men back to the sea.

As they retreated, it is said that the ships' crews saw behind them a mass of warrior women, stood defiantly upon the shores of their island, intense hatred burning in their eyes.

According to the sagas of the Norse, many battles have since been fought between the proud northmen and the fierce sites. Many descriptions of their appearance and society exist, but as ever, most accounts are contradictory. Needless to say, the sites now bear scant resemblance to proper Norse Shieldmaidens, having adopted the trappings of the Lizardman culture which they found in the ruins.

Though plausible, this theory fails to address that tales of the sites go back as far as when the Norse first arrived In Lustria, suggesting very strongly that their presence there predates that of the invaders. Furthermore, the fact that they are still there and their numbers have never been replenished and are never likely to be, lend credibility to the rumour that they have discovered a strange tropical drug which gives them everlasting youth and longevity.

This rumour alone has attracted many would-be raiders to their stronghold, for such a potion would be more valuable than gold. The sites have never taken sides with the Lizardmen, nor have the Lizardmen ever sought their help.

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They remain invaders as far as the Lizardmen are concerned. The sites therefore are alone and never fight for anyone except themselves. In more recent years, more and more invaders have assailed the once hidden, exotic homeland of the sites, notably the Tilean expedition of Juan Cornetto of Raiders have pillaged the arcane riches of the site temples and enslaved much of the population, carrying them off across the sea to the courts and bazaars of the Old World.

While the Tileans were driven off before they could assail Genaina itself, this was still a great blow to the siteian population, and they now have an even greater distrust for the Old Worlders across the sea.

Though individual academics have set out on journeys of exploration, few officially sanctioned efforts have been mounted. This is perhaps due to the nature of the subject - Lustria is a savage land of mystery and enigma, and the world is full of more relevant and pressing challenges.

Scholars have not studied the true nature of the denizens of Lustria — both reptilian and human - for fear of academic ridicule too.

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As a result the truth as to the actual roots of the sites, aside from these tales, is likely to remain hidden indefinitely.

Many stories suggest the sites were, at some point since the arrival of the Old Worlders in Lustia, in danger of dying out for lack of numbers. Since then, the frequency of contact with them has noticeably increased, and it has been postulated that their numbers were artificially swelled.

Perhaps this explains the Shieldmaidens' disappearance - were they lured off into the jungle, to replenish the depleted numbers of the sites? In so doing, were they granted the secrets of eternal youth and vitally that legend state, however unlikely it may sound, are enjoyed by the sites? Whatever the case, it is surely only a matter of time before outsiders go in search of the secrets of the siteian Sisterhood, and it is certain that when they do so, blood will flow. The races of the world are raised up to inherit the world.

The sites are created as their Handmaidens, and their Empire thrives. Kalith is born, and becomes the first Queen of the sites.

C The Great Cataclysm. Chaos enters the world. Daemonic hordes burst into the material dimension and run rampant across the lands.

The civilisations of the Lizardmen, sites and those of the new races created by the Old Ones are brought to their knees in the resultant catastrophe and the battles that follow. Despite the sites' effort to drive off those intruding into their territory, a few Estalians manage to escape with many treasures and artefacts.

The Dark Elves are driven off after suffering heavy casualties. They are defeated by the sites in a great siege. The sites eventually manage to hold the virulent ratmen at bay, after suffering high losses due to sprawling diseases. They try to raid some deserted looking Lizardmen ruins, only to be repelled by their vigilant site inhabitants. Many sites are enslaved and then sold in the Old World. The site villages are ravaged by the band of Ogres until they are stopped in an epic fight by a tribe of Gorols.

Rumours of the sites begin to surface in the Old World. The Norse explorer Rothnikson claims to have been in contact with them more than a dozen times, never seeing a single male among their species. This is the first recorded conflict with siteian forces by the Old World.

Hundreds of expeditions are launched from the world, resulting in increased contact with the sites. The sites prepare for war to defend their island against the incoming storm. The thick, dense jungle had opened into a small glade, rather pleasantly shaded from the unforgiving and unremitting blazing of the sun. A serene, clear river washed past, quenching the thirst of the 56 strong mercenary detachment, sent inland from the main army commanded by Vidal Sitomige, the latest Estalian troubadour to sack the virgin shores of the New World.

The man was dead, I knew before his body hit the ground. Nothing much survived a hit from those weapons the wild-women wielded so brutally. I saw a foot, bare but from a circlet over the ankle, step down in front of the peep hole. I tried not to breath.

Beyond the foot, of which notifying the owner of my presence would leave me in a worst place than the corpse near me, the fight was raging. All but the lord himself and his trumpeter were killed by mysterious flames, shooting from beside them in the undergrowth. A couple of others and I fled, but I was the only one to survive as far as I knew at the time. The Crossbowmen were doing good at the moment, the Pirates stopping those trying to end their ranged support to the Berserkers, who were doing rather well considering their opponents.

At this point, I realised the foot had gone off to reveal an site charging a Berserker. I breathed again. I watched as the siteian, armed with one of these fire-staff things, hit an Albion Berserker in the stomach.

He was launched backwards by the magical blast, chest burning, into the undergrowth. I nearly cheered when a Crossbowman shot her.

The bolt thudded into a shoulder blade, and she fell to the ground. The shock and pain made her turn her back to another Berserker, who thankfully chopped he head off. Deserves her right, in my humble opinion. I believe she was the one who slew three of my friends in my regiment.

I would have happily killed her myself, but the danger was too much. Let the insane and the unlucky handle it. Although, if I knew what would happen on the rest of this expedition I would of charged her naked, only armed with a blunt stick.

It seems that the weapons they wielded, spiked golden quarterstaffs, had some sort of reserve of power to make their already deadly weapons even more lethal. They must have been magical because I have never seen such a weapon combust their opponent in such a way, except when I was in the hire of Dwarfs and saw the mighty weapon that is the flame cannon of their Guild of Engineers. Not only, by pressing of a rune on the hilt of the weapon I was able to look at one of their weapons later, after the immediate danger had gone , they could regulate the strength of their weapon in close quarters, it could unleash an equally fatal fire-ball at the will of the user.

Or, at least, the press of a button. Those who had survived them had felt they were under the attack of the very fire of the sun, and the observers had practically been blinded by them. Inside his published book is also a map of his ill-fated journey. A cannon soon took care of that bugger. These tribes in the main have failed to develop into sprawling civilizations like the men of the Old World. However, there is one unique tribe which has developed into a civilization deep in the jungle.

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