The Symbol of Nehekhara, the ancient Kingdom of the Tomb Kings. The Tomb Kings, known as the Priest Kings in their former lives, are the undying rulers of Nehekhara, an ancient Human civilisation that formed a great and powerful empire some two thousand five hundred years before the birth of Sigmar Heldenhammer and the founding of the Empire.Out of all the unliving creatures that would claim.
The following is the introduction to the book The Bloodlines of the Dragon that is to be published shortly. It also serves as an admirable introduction to the Dragon Court itself. As defined within the main body of the following text, the Imperial and Royal Dragon Court represented herein, legitimately recognized as the Sovereign Court of The Sovereign Dragon Nation by the relevant and.
Thranduil, son of Oropher, was an Elven king who ruled over the Woodland Realm in the Second and Third Ages. Though inherently cautious, he eventually committed his kingdom to fight against Sauron in the War of the Ring. He was the father of the Elven prince of Mirkwood, Legolas, who was a member of the Fellowship of the Ring. In The Hobbit, Thranduil is referred to only as the Elvenking.Buy Prophecy (Prophecy, 1) by Oh, Ellen (ISBN: 9780062091093) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.Over time, Ironhide Game Studio have released various tales of characters or events from Kingdom Rush, explaining the histories where the games have been vague. Though that lore has been added; and re-worded; to most pages where appropriate, here they are presented in their original format as published by the developers. Published: May 28th 2019.
The Lore section is rather stale and some of the back story has been filled in with the expansions and updates. Will work on consolidating the Lore Section with expansion content, official updates and new releases. This is almost certainly not complete, portions are likely not accurate and subject to change at any time. While several items listed are indirect spoilers to Kingdom Death: Monster.Read More
The Dragon Riders (Shur'tugal in the Ancient Language, or Argetlam meaning Silver Hand) were a coalition of Elves and Dragons formed at the end of Du Fyrn Skulblaka to forge peace and order between the Elves and dragons. The Riders were created because treaties between the two races would prove useless to stop fighting: a signed piece of paper meant nothing to a dragon. So, an irrevocable bond.Read More
The Beowulf dragon is the earliest example in literature of the typical European dragon and first incidence of a fire-breathing dragon. The Beowulf dragon is described with Old English terms such as draca (dragon), and wyrm (reptile, or serpent), and as a creature with a venomous bite. Also, the Beowulf poet created a dragon with specific traits: a nocturnal, treasure-hoarding, inquisitive.Read More
Thunder, The Dragon King. An Archdragon of the Sky, Thunder was the most recent King of the Dragons. All other dragons accepted him as their king, and the elves, too, respected him as the most powerful creature in all of Xadia. Though no humans knew his true name, they fearfully called him “Thunder,” for when he spoke, his voice shook the.Read More
The Kingdom of Lordaeron (or the Lordaeron Empire) was a human kingdom primarily located along the northern territories of the homonymous continent.Originally an Arathorian city-state, it was an empire by the time of its fall during the Third War. Ruled by the Menethil family, the kingdom took part in the birth of the Alliance of Lordaeron shortly before the start of the Second War.Read More
This is the full run down on the Grey King and the sea dragon from Aeron’s “The Prophet” chapter. lives had grown short. The Storm God drowned Nagga’s fire after the Grey King’s death, the chairs and tapestries had been stolen, the roof and walls had rotted away. Even the Grey King’s great throne of fangs had been swallowed by the sea. Only Nagga’s bones endured to remind the.Read More
An Axe to Grind: His weapon of choice is a battle axe.; An Ice Person: His starting element, which empowers his Dragon Tackle and Dragon Smash attacks with ice affinity.; Belly Mouth: His Dragon Scar takes the form of a dragon head resembling a cuirass over his chest.It can open and close its mouth. The Berserker: His Berserk power unleashes his Dragon Body's power to amplify his attacks.Read More
The Lich King was the master and lord of the Scourge which he ruled telepathically through the Helm of Domination from his Frozen Throne atop Icecrown Citadel. Kil'jaeden the Deceiver created the original Lich King from the spirit of the orc shaman Ner'zhul for the purpose of raising an undead army to weaken Azeroth in preparation for the Burning Legion's invasion.Read More
Great Kourend is a kingdom found in the continent of Zeah, found far west of the mainland across the Western Sea.It is one of the three regions that make up the continent, the other two being the Kebos Lowlands and the Kingdom of Varlamore. The Kingdom is one of the largest kingdoms in Gielinor, being larger than Misthalin and Asgarnia combined, and is similar in size to Kandarin.Read More
What came of these dreams is unknown, other than the flooding of the river, the death of the goddess Eanna and the destruction of her nation all occurred around the same time as the accounts of the dragon entity being observed exploding up from the river bed. Drawing upon these fables and forgotten legends it could be suggested that the skeletal dragon known as Cyriakos is the twisted result.Read More