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Bayonetta β0 lands on her feet in a sea of bullet casings, the figure materializing in front of her before fading away on the wind. Bayonetta's legs then appear to fall in different directions, implying she has been bisected, and her guns bounce off the ground to form the Umbran seal which then cracks to form the number "3".
As N'Kari's skull split asunder, a massive, deafening crack of thunder filled the skies, and a magnificent flash of light shone down from the heavens. Those who looked directly at it thought they saw the Goddess Lileath looking down upon them. From Moonspire's Pinnacle, a great torrent of fire raced across the Kingdoms of Ulthuan, banishing all the daemons that still clung to the mortal plane, preventing the Dark Gods from intervening in the affairs of Elves for a time. The climactic defeat of the Greater Daemon N'Kari ended the Wars of Reclamation, but a newer, deadlier conflict waited just beyond the horizon.[3a]
With his demise, the Horned Rat gave out his last edict upon the Council, promising those that would fail shall suffer the same terrifying fate. With a crackle of green lightning and the tolling of deafening bells, the Horned Rat vanished, with the bones of Kritislik smoking upon the floor. Within fifteen Skaven heartbeats, Lord Morskittar of Clan Skryre voted on removing Clan Scruten from their power, a decision that was accepted unanimously by the other Lords. They left the Chamber quickly and went about preparing for the second phase of their master plan.[9a]
Within the Vaults of the Abbey, Kemmler retrieved the Great Staff of Nagash from its resting place. As Arkhan confronted him within the Vaults, Kemmler turned towards Arkhan and revealed his secret pact with the Gods of Chaos and his intention to keep the staff for himself. With a deafening crack, La Maisontaal exploded as a magical duel erupted within its foundations.
Plagues struck both Imperials and Northlanders alike, and soon hundreds fell dead as the contagion spreads amongst the camps. Drastic measures were implemented as Ludenhof used fire to burn out the spreading of the disease, since neither medicine nor magic could heal the afflicted. Though thousands died, Ludenhof had unexpectedly halted its spread once and for all. But this event only signaled the coming of an even greater terror, one that has the potential to crack open the bastion once and for all.[1s]
As the magical battle between the Slann and the Grey Seers continued, slowly but surely, each of the Slann Mage-Priest were strained beyond mortal fortitude and became comatose by the battle until only Lord Mazdamundi remained. Using magics beyond the ken of mortals, the eldest of the remaining Slann countered the fell powers of Morrslieb and the Chaos energies it radiated. However, the showering meteorites have breached his defences and struck the jungles of Lustria with a mighty crack, as miles upon miles of jungle were engulfed in firestorms. Before slipping to his comatose state, Lord Mazdamundi was able to limit the concussive blast cause by the impact, dampening the destructive force from reaching critical levels.[4a]
Following the total annihilation of both the City of Tlaxtlan and the Skaven invaders that were sent there, the remaining Skaven spearheads have redirected their remaining forces to attack the next series of cities that stood in their way. The second and most largest of the spearheads besieged the Temple-City of Itza, the First City and the capital of the Lizardmen Empire. Unlike the mindless assaults perpetrated by Plaguelord Kreegix during the Fall of Tlaxtlan, the Skaven armies under Plaguelord Gritch, the Great Potentate of Pustulates, and the newly promoted Plaguelord Grilok knew that such a tactic upon the greatest fortress-city in Lustria would lead to a genocide, and as such a different tactic was issued. With the cracking of whips, tens of thousands of the Chained Ones were brought up to excavate a massive moat all around the enormous city whilst several detachment armies plundered the nearby temples and watch-post located outside the city limits led by the Bilekin Brotherhood. Though half their numbers were sent towards Warleader Kroq-Gar and the ongoing daemonic battle at the Temple-City of Xahutec, the armies within the city of Itza are still larger than any formation currently engaged within the continent.[4e]
Within moments, entire Skaven formations that were placed in the rear-guard were expertly hunted and quietly killed by the Eyes in the Canopy before they could sound the alarm to the rest of the army. With an almighty roar, a sea of massive snakes emerged out of the jungle canopy. Behind them came massive waves of Red Shields clustered around hulking armoured Kroxigors. At the forefront came a wall of Living Bastion, Fire Lizards and Saurian Calvary stretching from horizon to horizon, moving with such ferocity that they left broken trees in their wake. Above the sky, a host of Ripperdactly know as the Wind that Hungers await the feast that will commence. As this new army lifted their bellowing challenges to the skies, dark clouds began to appear above and answered their roars with thunder-cracks as the armies of Tehenhauin, the Prophet of Sotek and Harbinger of the Serpent God has finally come.[4e]
Plaguelord Skrimanx forced-marched his army hard to reach the mist first, hoping to grab the glory before his rival. Countless legions of Slaves made up the bulk of the broad front, chaining them together and equipping them with illuminating braziers to light the way through. With the crack of whips, the first Skaven army plunged deeper into the unnatural fog, where massive long chains connected the many different legion banners together. Within moments of walking, the dense undergrowth that usually covered the ground slowly gave way to a massive bog that ran knee-high. Neither sun nor brazier could penetrate even a yard into the gloom, sounds were muffled, and the humidity and heat rose dramatically.[4f]
As the battle raged without him, from the left, right and center, the armies of the Empire, though battered and bloodied, held the line as the legendary blacksmith, Valten rallied his countrymen against the barbarian hordes. Glowing with a golden light, Valten smashed barbarian shields to splinter, and crack skulls in with his powerful dual warhammers. Those around him soon felt courage and zeal unlike anything they've felt in years and fought like fanatics. Soon, even the barbarians were terrified of this mighty warrior.[1s]
With all these setbacks and disasters, the Skaven invasion force could do little more than to creep up within already conquered cities destroyed by the Northmen, taking control of ruins with little to gain, becoming more like filthy squatters rather then glory-laden invaders. The greatest and largest invasion target was the great fortress-armoury of Nuln. Despite having four powerful Warlord Clans from Clan Gristlecrack, Clan Vrrtkin, Clan Kryxx and Clan Carrion, as well as a contingent of Warlock-Enginners under Great Warlock Skribolt and a pair of Grey Seer advisers to aid them, the first attempted uprising was met with failure even before the Skaven left their tunnels.[4k]
Yet a crackle of gunfire was heard to the west as Mannfred spotted the armada of Luthor Harkon sailing down the river. Swallowing his pride, the Vampire Count sent an envoy and pleaded the Pirate King for his aid. King Behedesh knew he needed to bottleneck Luthor Harkon and so sent many legions along with his second-in-command, King Nemhetum, to pen in the zombie fleet while he turned his full attention to the hilltop Temple of Ualatep. Drawing forth the Blade of Setep, King Behedesh led his Zandri Eternals up the southern path and finally slew the Vulture Priest, releasing their spirits from Mannfred's clutches.[1w]
But this battle was nothing but a distraction for the true events unfolding within the city itself. Freed from Arkhans mortal form, Nagash rose up from the Temple and steadily made his way towards the Black Pyramid. At the base of this monolithic structure prowled a great titan of ancient days. This large and mighty warsphinx, known as the Golden Guardian of Petra, was the greatest of its kind, a beast of black marble and golden mane who could crush cities and destroy armies all by itself. With a flick of his wrist, Nagash sent a gust of death winds upon the Guardian, but the spell did little to erode something already as ancient as it. With a roar, the beast lopped towards Nagash and in response, the Great Necromancer sent wave after wave of Death magic upon the beast until an opening was made upon its thick black armour, and thrusting his staff within the cracks, Nagash shook with effort as his will destroyed the Guardian from within. Soon, the statue collapsed into rubble and Nagash, without looking back, took one step into the archway of the pyramid and disappeared from sight. 2b1af7f3a8