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MinorParts

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These are the small parts, the minor characters, many of which are just there for window dressing. They're either Red/Mauve Shirts, Bit characters, Spear Carriers and the like or, if they were more important than that, they only appeared once. Generally only named characters (or named groups in the case of Mooks) appear here, however.

  • Note on Character Status: Active characters are those that are involved in current storylines, inactive ones are not. Characters listed as support are part of existing storylines, but are seldom directly seen in play at the present time or are geographically distant from the main action. Retired characters have withdrawn from active participation in storylines, but are around for use.

  1. Old Worlders
    1. The Empire 
      1. Corrobreth
      2. Otto Von Dammenblatz
      3. Felix Jaeger
      4. Adolphus Kuftsos
      5. Siegfried Prunkvoll
      6. Sigrid
      7. The Volgen City Watch
      8. Axe Wolfmar
      9. Cult of Sigmar
        1. Kaslain
        2. Yorri
      10. Empire Backstory Characters
        1. Magritte von Liebetwitz
        2. Rolf
      11. Empire Former PCs
        1. Bianca
        2. Heinrich Hayfoot
        3. Mellory
    2. Albion
      1. Robert MacRae
      2. Claire MacRae
      3. Angus Forsyth
    3. Bretonnia
      1. King Charles De La Tete D'Or III
    4. Kislev
      1. Lord Vargo
      2. Katya Lubova
  2. Elves
    1. Asrai
      1. Iluwingmaris
      2. Morvael
      3. Torandil Dorhil
    2. Asur
      1. Aglareth Brightcloak
      2. Arthaniel
      3. Erumara
      4. Filtholindel Laurean
      5. Rilenin the Blue
      6. Teleus
      7. Tyrhalion
      8. Tyrion
  3. Druchii
    1. The Forged Elves
      1. Torias Arrowhail
      2. Korlian of Black Crag
      3. Gaifol Dragonsbreath
      4. Yeurl of Hag Graef
      5. Hvrath of Har Ganeth
      6. Hotek
  4.  Dwarves
      1. Gotrek Gurnisson
      2. Grumdin
      3. Kazran
      4. Mendri
      5. Yodri
    1. The Royalist Party
      1. Brogar
      2. Cranneg
      3. Sundrim
  5. Nippon and the Orient
      1. Hachimasha Ikiryo
      2. Hachimasha Jubei
      3. Kozakawa
      4. Yuan Sun-Tzu
      5. Hakimashi Yurishima
      6. Tokibi Kaede
  6. Slann
      1. Tenochklilan
      2. Tlaloc
      3. Tloxotz
  7. Family
  8. Chaos
    1. Gaynor
      1. Gralantor
      2. Skeener
      3. Soulslayer's Daemonic Minions
        1. Grand Abominations
        2. Wrathmongers
        3. Jailors
        4. Harbingers
        5. Relentless Ones
    2. Khorne
      1. Erdrick the Blooded
      2. Boris Gorespiller
      3. Carpathian Gunderit
      4. Vindar of Khurman
    3. Nurgle
    4. Slaanesh
      1. Kathaekeen
      2. M'klea'keen
      3. the Jade Sceptre
    5. Tzeentch
      1. The Coven of Ten
        1. Gaston Le Bleu
        2. Tobias Dunkelseher
        3. Anders Gruber
        4. Lioletha
        5. Livergnawer
        6. Lothar the Giver of Unwanted Ecstasy
        7. Rotting Julian
        8. Ludovicus Treuer
        9. Otto von Volgen
      2. The Ordo Septenarius
        1. Gideon
        2. Friedrich Magirius
        3. Franz Steinhäger
        4. Johannes Teugen
      3. The Purple Hand
        1. Joachim Höflich
        2. Kastor Lieberung
        3. Karl-Heinz Wasmeier
      4. The Red Crown
        1. Etelka Herzen
    6. Undivided Chaos
      1. Constant Drachenfels
      2. Draken Doom
      3. Wolfgang Holswig-Abenauer
    7. The von Wittgensteins
      1. Georg Hegel
      2. Jean Rousseau
      3. Gotthard von Wittgenstein
      4. Magritte von Wittgenstein
  9. Skaven
      1. Crot Skaback
      2. Snikch


Old Worlders


The Empire 


Corrobreth

Human, male Druidic Priest

First and Last Appearance: Death on the Reik

Death: Lungs liquified by a Skaven poison wind globe. Vorgeheim 2, 2512.


Otto Von Dammenblatz

Human, male, noble. Baron of Wissenburg

antagonist

Only Appearance: A Rough Night at the Three Feathers (The Restless Dead).

Status: Inactive.


Felix Jaeger

Male, Human, Nobleman & Poet

Signature Character

Appearances: Cameo during the late Middenheim period and The Emperor's Challenge.

Status: Inactive


Adolphus Kuftsos

Male, Human, Bounty Hunter.

Adolphus was trailing Kastor Lieberung, and had infiltrated the Purple Hand in an effort to catch him. He mistook Randle for the Magister, and attempted to destroy the Heroes.

First and Final Appearance: Mistaken Identity

Death: Killed by the Heroes.


Siegfried Prunkvoll

Male, Human, Knight. The Knight Eternal of Middenheim.

First Appearance: Power Behind the Throne

Final Appearance: Empire In Flames

Death: A barrage of Talabeclander blunderbus fire at the Battle of Wolfenburg.


Sigrid

Female, Human, Outlaw Chief

Only Appearance: Death on the Reik (sort-of)

Death: Possessed by Magritte von Wittgenstein, her soul evicted from her body. Her body was later killed along with Magritte in Middenheim, but for all intents and purposes Sigrid had been dead for some time already.


The Volgen City Watch

Corrupt law-men.

Appearance: Eureka! (The Restless Dead)

Status: Inactive.


Axe Wolfmar

Male, human, noble. Master armorer. Ludwig's adoptive father.

Appearance: Interlude - Ludwig.

Status: Inactive.


Cult of Sigmar

 

Kaslain

Human, male, Cleric of Sigmar. Arch-Lector of the Cult of Sigmar.

First and Final appearance: Empire in Flames.

Death: Head crushed by Sheerargetru just before the daemon burst from Yorri's body.


Yorri

Human, male, Cleric of Sigmar. Grand Theogonist of the Cult of Sigmar.

First and Final appearance: Empire in Flames.

Death: Killed by Sheerargetru when the daemon burst out of his body, which it had been possessing for some time.


Empire Backstory Characters

These are characters that Never actually interacted with the characters during actual play sessions, but were alluded to in the backstory or appeared only in flashbacks.

 

Magritte von Liebetwitz

Female, beastman (turnskin), renegade. Former human noble, Uhlrik's mother.

Appearance: Magritte died before the action began. She has appeared in assorted flashbacks, however.

Death: Shot with a crossbow by an unnamed Sigmarite witch-hunter. IC 2499.


Rolf

Human, male, trapper. Uhlrik's adoptive father

Appearance: Rolf died before the action began. He has appeared in assorted flashbacks, however.

Death: Messily butchered and partially eaten by Boris Gorespiller.


Empire Former PCs

 

Bianca

~Communal PC

Human, female, Scribe

Only appearance: The Oldenhaller Contract. IC 2510.

Death: killed by a Nurgle Cultist


Heinrich Hayfoot

Halfling, male, Charlatan

~PC played by David Green

First appearance: The Grapes of Wrath. Erntezeit, 2512.

Final Appearance: Aftermath of Power Behind the Throne. Early IC 2513.

Death: Hanged in his own residence by Gaynor's minions.


Mellory

~Communal PC

Human, male, Ranger

Only appearance: The Oldenhaller Contract. IC 2510.

Death: killed by a Beast of Nurgle


Albion


Robert MacRae

Albionish clan chief, Ludwig's father.

Male human noble.

Picture with Claire

First Appearance: Ludwig's Albionese adventures, Naggaroth Period.

Status: Inactive.


Claire MacRae

Albionish chieftainess, Ludwig's half-sister

Female human noble

Picture with Robert

First Appearance: Ludwig's Albionese adventures, Naggaroth Period.

Status: Inactive.


 

Angus Forsyth

Albionish clan chief, rival to Robert.

Male human noble.

First Appearance: Ludwig's Albionese adventures, Naggaroth Period.

Status: Inactive.


Bretonnia

 

King Charles De La Tete D'Or III

King of Bretonnia, co-conspirator with Gaynor.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Gaynor killed him for getting in the way during a battle against the heroes.


Kislev


Lord Vargo

Human, Male, Kislevite Druzhina (Knight)

First and Final Appearance: Siege on Bachendorf Keep

Death: Died of wounds inflicted by the Chaos army.

This man was a political enemy of the Heroes but fighting on the same side of the war.


 

Katya Lubova

Human, female, Kislevite traveler

First Appearance: Interim - Ludwig

Status: Inactive


Elves


Asrai


Iluwingmaris

Wood Elf, female, Alchemist

~PC played by Kevin Green.

First appearance: The Grapes of Wrath Erntezeit, 2512.

Final Appearance: Aftermath of Power Behind the Throne. Early IC 2513.

Death: Turned to stone by Lise on the streets of Middenheim.


Morvael

Male, Wood Elf Wardancer. Cassandra's teacher and lover.

The first time that Cassandra left Uhlrik, she accompanied Morvael into the woods to study the Wardancer's art and fell into his arms in a torrid affair that ended with him dead when he tried to prevent the remorseful elf-maid from returning to her husband.

First Appearance: The aftermath of Empire in Flames. IC 2513.

Final Appearance: Early IC 2514.

Death: Killed in a duel/lover's quarrel with Cassandra.


Torandil Dorhil

Male Wood elf, Highwayman. Another of Cassandra's paramours.

First appearance: Late Middenheim Period.

Final Appearance: Just after the Emperor's Challenge, IC 2516

Death: Uhlrik dashed his brains out with his horns when Torandil tried to kill him.


Asur


 

Aglareth Brightcloak

High Elf, Male, Sorcerer and noble. Master of Violet Wood, Chancellor of Arnheim (successor to Rilenin). Slaaneshi cultist.

First Appearance: Ulthuan period, during the first (in-play) Druchii invasion of Arnheim. 2518 IC.

Final Appearance: Ulthuan period, in the aftermath of the Labyrinth of Souls storyline.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


 

Arthaniel

High Elf, Male, Chancellor of Arnhelm. Successor to Aglareth

First Appearance: Ulthuan period, in the aftermath of the Labyrinth of Souls storyline.

Status: Active, Support.


Erumara

Female High Elf Standard Bearer. Maiden Guard of the Everqueen.

First Appearance: Naggaroth Period, during the battle for the Blighted Isle.

Status: Inactive


Filtholindel Laurean

Male, High Elf, Officer in the Sea Guard of Lothern. Brother to Cassandra and Malavandrel

First Appearance: Late Middenheim Period, during Uhlrik and Cassandra's first visit to Lothern. 2514 IC.

Final Appearance: Late Ulthuan Period, during the assault on Arnhelm. 2518 IC

Death: Killed off-camera, in battle with Druchii.


 

Rilenin the Blue

Male, High Elf, Noble. Chancellor of Arnheim.

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period prior to the Invasion of Arnhelm, 2518 IC.

Final Appearance: Ulthuan Period, during the Daemon War. 2518 IC.

Death: Died under suspicious circumstances, probably assassinated by either Aglareth's agents or Dark Elves.


 

Teleus

Male High Elf Admiral

Teleus was the overall commander of the expeditionary force consisting of the combined forces of the Black Dragons and a High Elf fleet tasked with the taking of Clar Karond. A native of fallen Nagarythe, Teleus has an especially bitter hatred of the Dark Elves and it was he that gave the order for all Druchii above infancy to be killed when the city fell.

First Appearance: Naggaroth Period, The Fall of Clar Karond, 2518 IC, though he was not named until later. 

Status: Active. Support 


 

Tyrhalion

Male High Elf lord. Lord-General of Arnhelm.

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period, during the Assault on Arnhelm (as one of Rilenin's subordinates)

Status: Active. Support.


 

Tyrion

Male High Elf lord. Champion of the Everqueen, brother of Teclis.

Signature character

First Appearance:

Status: Active. Support. 


Druchii


The Forged Elves

 

Forged Elves

Dark Elf band

First Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond. IC 2518

Status: Inactive.

The Forged Elves are a band of Druchii that had been heavily modified by Hotek, the heretic priest of Vaul. They were his personal enforcers and exceedingly potent warriors. Two of them were slain on the same day as was their master, but the rest remain at large.

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Torias Arrowhail

Male Forged Elf, Minion of Hotek

First and Final Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Korlian of Black Crag

Forged_Elf_1 - Korlian of Black Crag

Male Forged Elf

First Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Status: Inactive.

Korlian escaped the destruction of Hotek's column and his current whereabouts are unknown, but he is probably with the other Forged Elves.

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Gaifol Dragonsbreath

Male Forged Elf, Minion of Hotek

First and Final Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Yeurl of Hag Graef

Forged_Elf_2 - Yeurl of Hag Graef

Male Forged Elf

First Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Status: Inactive

Yeurl has the distinction of having been captured by the Heroes, then being released with an oath not to fight against them again. They determined that this Dark Elf had a rigid code of honor, and so could theoretically be trusted to keep his word. His current whereabouts are unknown, but he is probably with the other Forged Elves.

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Hvrath of Har Ganeth

Forged Elf - Hvrath of Har Ganeth

Male Forged Elf

First Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Status: Inactive.

Hvrath escaped the destruction of Hotek's column. His current whereabouts are unknown, but he is probably with the other Forged Elves.

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Hotek

Male Dark Elf, heretic Priest of Vaul. Mad master artificer.

First and Final Appearance: The very beginning of the Naggaroth period, shortly before the taking of Clar Karond.

Death: Very thoroughly killed by the following, more or less simultaneously: Ludwig's sword, being turned to ice by Uhlrik's frostfire and the life-force draining effects of his own arcane ocular blasts.

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 Dwarves

 

Gotrek Gurnisson

Male, Dwarf, Giant Slayer

GW signature character


Gotrek and his friend Felix Jaeger are the protagonists of several novels, and there is little need to detail them here. They have made two brief appearances in the Legacy campaign. On the first occasion, Gotrek took offense at Derelek's comments at an inn and defeated him in a fight, then in turn was knocked out by the irate Uhlrik. Gotrek is easily one of the deadliest hand-to-hand combatants in the Old World, and this led to his second appearance: he took part in the Emperor's Challenge tournament of 2516 to test himself against the best of the best. There he handily pummeled all opposition until losing a long and hard-fought match in the semifinals to Yuan Sun-Tzu.

Appearances: Cameo during the late Middenheim period and The Emperor's Challenge.

Status: Inactive


Grumdin

Male Dwarf military commander, leader of Mendri's Army

Only Appearance:Dwarf Wars

Status: Inactive.


Kazran

Male Dwarf Cleric of Grungni, adviser to Grumdin

Only Appearance: Dwarf Wars

Status: Inactive.


Mendri

Male Dwarf King, lord of Karaz-a-Karak

Only Appearance: Dwarf Wars aftermath.

Status: Inactive.


Yodri

Male Dwarf ancient loremaster, servant of Sigmar.

First and Final Appearance: Empire in Flames

Death: Killed by the possessed Earth Dragon.


The Royalist Party

Dwarf political faction

Appearance: Dwarf Wars

Status: Disbanded. Inactive.

After a brief civil war, Mendri was successfully crowned king and the opposition party formally dissolved, though many of its members remained his political adversaries.

 

Brogar

Male Dwarf military leader and Royalist.

Appearance: Dwarf Wars

Status: Inactive.

Brogar was the leader of the military contingent in the Royalist expedition to Kadar-Gravning, and was tasked with having the Heroes exterminated as dangerous and unpredictable elements. What became of him after the Dwarf civil war, if indeed he survived, has never been revealed.


Cranneg

Male Dwarf Cleric of Grungni, leader of the Royalist expedition.

First Appearance: Dwarf Wars

Status: Inactive.

It has not been revealed whether or not Cranneg survived Mendri's crowning as King of Karaz-A-Karak. In any case, he was a major proponent of the losing side in the Dwarf civil war. This Machiavellian schemer initially welcomed the Heroes to Kadar-Gravning and then quietly ordered their deaths, but pressures from Mendri's Army kept him from devoting sufficient resources to the task of wiping them out.


Sundrim

Male Dwarf scholar, member of the Royalist expedition

Only Appearance: Dwarf Wars

Status: Inactive.

Though the Royalists ended up opposed to the Heroes, they never actually had any conflicts with Sundrim, who was always decent to them and had no interest in ideology anyway.


Nippon and the Orient


Hachimasha Ikiryo

Male, human, nobleman. Father to Jubei.

First Appearance: Derelek's Nipponese adventures.

Status: Inactive


Hachimasha Jubei

Male, human, Samurai

First Appearance: Derelek's Nipponese adventures.

Status: Inactive

Jubei, the son of a local Samurai lord, was given charge of Derelek while the Dwarf was in Nippon. The two became friends, and Jubei accompanied Derelek until the Dwarf's departure for the Old World.


Kozakawa

Male, Hobgoblin, Khan and Scion of Urtak

First And Final Appearance: Tangent - Nippon

Death: Killed by Yurishima Hakimashi


Yuan Sun-Tzu

Male, human, Samurai

First Appearance: The Emperor's Challenge

Status: Inactive.

Sun-Tzu set out on a long journey from his native Nippon to the Old World, sent by the Shogun to protect a diplomat in the company of Sea Elf traders. After their business in Marienburg was complete, the company set forth to Altdorf and wintered there before returning home again. At his master's urging, Sun-Tzu took part in the Emperor's Challenge. He nearly won the tournament, finally losing to Uhlrik in the heavily-attended championship match. Why exactly he and his master were sent so far from home has never been revealed, but even the Shogun would not send such a potent warrior away lightly.


Hakimashi Yurishima

Human, male, Sumo and Scion of Raiden

First and Final Appearance:

Death: Died of wounds inflicted by Kozakawa shortly after killing the Hobgoblin.


 

Tokibi Kaede

Female Air Kami that assumed human form and posed as a Geisha for a time. Derelek's love interest.

First and Final Appearance: Tangent - Nippon

Death: Humanoid manifestation shredded by Kozakawa's cyclonic attacks. She has been unable to physically manifest since that time.


Slann


Tenochklilan

Male, Slann, Alligator Warrior

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period, during Erich's Lustrian adventures.

Status: Inactive.


Tlaloc

Male, Slann, Mage-Priest, Advisor to Emperor Mazdamundi

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period, during Erich's Lustrian adventures.

Status: Inactive.


Tloxotz

Slann, Male, high priest. Scion of Camaxotz.

First and Final Appearance: Tangent - Lustria

Death: Killed by Erich Brauer's Force Fist spell.


Family

These are small children of major characters, but not significant supporting cast members in their own right. Adult children and other relatives are listed in the relevant sections above.


Chaos


Gaynor

 

Gralantor

Male, human, Warrior of Chaos, minion of Gaynor.

First Appearance Sometime in the Middenheim Period.

Final Appearance The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by Cassandra


Skeener

Male Skaven warlock

First appearance: aftermath of Siege on Bachendorf Keep, one behind-the-scenes storyline during the siege as well.

Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit

Death: Blasted to pieces by Cedric.


Soulslayer's Daemonic Minions

 

 

Grand Abominations

Greater Daemons

Grand Abomination

 


 

Wrathmongers

Lesser Daemons

Wrathmonger


 

Jailors

Strange Daemonic Captors

Uhlrik 'crucified' 3 17 96


 

Harbingers

Daemonic Steeds


 

Relentless Ones

Daemonic Beasts


Khorne

 

Erdrick the Blooded

Human, male, Champion of Khorne

First Appearance: Nuln Period

Final Appearance: Nuln Period

Death: Killed by the Heroes

Erdrick was the Champion of Khorne that the Heroes set off in pursuit of in the last dungeon crawl of the Nuln Period. He had briefly been captured by Imperial authorities and promptly escaped before he could be executed, with his jailor Thrudd personally in pursuit along with the Heroes. They trailed Erdrick back to a lair in the mountains, where they slew him and a number of his minions, including a chained, juvenile dragon that he had been using as an attack beast. It was this battle that earned Uhlrik his surname of der Drache.


Boris Gorespiller

Male, human, Berserker and Warrior of Khorne. Uhlrik's fighting-mentor.

Appearance: Boris died before the action began. He has appeared in assorted flashbacks, however.

Death: Ambushed and beheaded by Uhlrik, in belated vengeance for Rolf's murder.

Picture with Uhlrik


Carpathian Gunderit

Beastman, Male, Champion of Khorne.

First and Final Appearance: Siege on Bachendorf Keep.

Death: Beheaded by Uhlrik.

Carpathian is Uhlrik's half-brother and Rahann's full brother. He was killed in his first appearance, but has appeared in several flashback sequences and a brief storyline set in an earlier period in which Rahann was the PC protagonist.

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Vindar of Khurman

Human, male, Chaos Warrior of Khorne

First Appearance: Siege on Bachendorf Keep.

Vindar dueled Cassandra and lost, but she spared him despite his protest. After that, he demanded a place among the defenders of Bachendorf Keep for the remainder of the conflict, then departed to continue fighting in Khorne's name. He is probably the father of Rahann's son Artag, and has made a few cameo appearances since Siege.

Status: Inactive


Nurgle

 


Slaanesh

 

Kathaekeen

Keeper of Secrets, Greater Daemon of Slaanesh

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period, just before Erich's transport to Lustria.

Status: Inactive. Gated to Lustria and probably fell victim to Dimensional Instability or was banished by Slann shortly thereafter, returning to the Hells whence it came.


M'klea'keen

Keeper of Secrets, Greater Daemon of Slaanesh

First Appearance: Ulthuan Period, during the invasion of Arnheim.

Status: Inactive. Banished by Uhlrik in single combat.


the Jade Sceptre

Slaanesh Cult

First Appearance: Empire in Flames

Status: Inactive.


Tzeentch

 

The Coven of Ten

Coven of Ten

Tzeentchian wizardly cabal led by Josef Kastermann.

First Appearance: Shortly before Castle Drachenfels, late Middenheim Period.

Status: Active, though much restructured since most of the initial members were killed during the events of The Bretonnian Gambit.

The Coven of Ten spent much of its time in the campaign less as a Tzeentchian cult and more as a cabal of powerful sorcerers under the mind control of the Tzeentchian archmage Josef Kastermann. In fact, several of its members were worshippers of other Chaos gods or indeed not Chaotic in any way other than being under Kastermann's control. Its present composition remains unknown, though it is known that the coven has reformed after its near-obliteration by the Heroes of the Hammer.

 

Gaston Le Bleu

Human, male, Illusionist (Celestial). Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Tobias Dunkelseher

Male, human, Daemonologist (Lvl 4). Former member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit

Status: Inactive, fled after Kastermann's defeat.


Anders Gruber

Human, male, elementalist. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Lioletha

Female, Dark Elf, Sorceress. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First Appearance: Shortly before Castle Drachenfels, late Middenheim Period.

Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Hurled down a pit by Cassandra.


Livergnawer

Male Khorngor (Beastman)shaman. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First Appearance: Shortly before Castle Drachenfels, late Middenheim Period.

Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by Cassandra.


Lothar the Giver of Unwanted Ecstasy

Male, human, Sorceror of Slaanesh. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Rotting Julian

Male, human, Sorceror of Nurgle. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Ludovicus Treuer

Human, male, Wizard (Jade). Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes


Otto von Volgen

Human, male, Necromancer. Member of Josef Kastermann's Coven of Ten.

First and Final Appearance: The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by the Heroes 


The Ordo Septenarius

Tzeentch/Merchant Cult

First & Only Appearance: Shadows Over Boegenhafen

Status: Disbanded. Inactive.

The Ordo Septenarius was a Tzeentchian Chaos cult most of whose members (even its inner circle) were not aware was a Chaos cult - even its leader Johannes Teugen was not himself a sincere Chaos worshipper, but manipulated his followers into unwittingly worshipping Chaos as part of a scheme to trade their souls for his and thus escape the bargain that he had made with the Daemon Gideon. With the damnation of Johannes Teugen and the death of several of its leading lights, this cabal quietly split up.

 

Gideon

Daemon of Tzeentch

First Appearance: Shadows Over Bögenhafen

Status: Banished. Inactive.

After the Heroes defeated Gideon and disrupted the ritual that would have opened a Warp-gate in Bögenhafen, he was pulled forcibly back to Hell along with Johannes Teugen.


Friedrich Magirius

Male, Human, Merchant, Councilor. Member of the Ordo Septenarius

First and Final Appearance: Shadows Over Bögenhafen

Death: Murdered by Gideon (in human form) on Pflugzeit 2, 2512.


Franz Steinhäger

Male, Human, Merchant, Councillor. Member of the Ordo Septenarius

First Appearance: Shadows over Bögenhafen

Final Appearance: The prelude to The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by Gaynor's minions.


Johannes Teugen

Male, Human, Merchant, Councillor & Daemonologist. Head of the Ordo Septenarius.

First and Final Appearance: Shadows Over Bögenhafen

Death: Pulled down to Hell by daemons 


The Purple Hand

Tzeentch Cult

First Appearance: The Enemy Within

Status: Mostly disbanded, inactive. Upper leadership and much of middle management gutted.

 

Joachim Höflich

Doppelgänger. Took the place of the male human lawyer of that name, one of the Law Lords of Middenheim. The creature's actual name was never revealed.

First and Final Appearance: Power Behind the Throne

Death: Killed by the Heroes while it was trying to assassinate and replace Graf Boris Todbringer.


Kastor Lieberung

Male, Human, Cultist. Magister Imedimentae of the Cult of the Purple Hand at Nuln. Lookalike to Randle.

First and Final appearance: The Enemy Within

Death: Murdered by marauding mutant bandits just before the adventurers arrived, triggering the events of the Enemy Within sub-campaign.


Karl-Heinz Wasmeier

Human, male, Lawyer and Sorceror. Law Lord of Middenheim.

Magister Magistri of the Cult of the Purple Hand.

First and Final Appearance: Power Behind the Throne

Death: Swooped upon by the adolescent griffon, Shadowfell.

Wasmeier's fall also allowed the Graf's forces to root out the rest of the Inner Circle of the Cult of the Purple Hand in Middenheim as well as most of its middle management. The Cult is alive and well elsewhere, but effectively died in Middenheim with Wasmeier.


The Red Crown

Tzeentch Cult

First Appearance: Death on the Reik

Status: Inactive.

 

Etelka Herzen

Female, Human, Sorceress of Tzeentch. Member of the Red Crown Cult.

First and Final Appearance: Death on the Reik

Death: Blasted by Cedric.


Undivided Chaos

 

Constant Drachenfels

The Great Enchanter

First and Final Appearance: Castle Drachenfels

Death: Killed (yet again) by the combined forces of the Heroes. This is hopefully his final demise. In any case, his castle was demolished by siege artillery fire shortly thereafter.


Draken Doom

Chaos Lord, ally of Gaynor.

 

First and Final Appearance: Know Thy Enemy, IC 2513

Death: Killed in battle by Uhlrik, though the wounds he inflicted on Uhlrik were very nearly fatal as well.

Draken Doom was an ambitious Chaos Lord that had been using one of Gaynor's hidden fastnesses (in Middenland) as a staging area for gathering together an army of Marauders, Beastmen and Chaos Dwarves. The Black Dragons found and attacked the place. Doom unleashed Gaynor's dragon-spawn on them and laid several ambushes, but in the end he and his force were annihilated.


Wolfgang Holswig-Abenauer

Human, mutant, noble. Crown Prince, heir and mentally retarded nephew to Karl-Franz I.

First and Final Appearance: Empire in Flames

Death: Killed by the Heroes in vengeance for murdering Graf Boris.

The Crown Prince was always simple, and though mutated he had a personal illusion of normality. This broke when he flew into a rage and attacked Graf Boris during the Imperial Election, and the hideous creature was cut down shortly thereafter. Wolfgang's mutation was the reason Karl-Franz decreed that deformed persons (i.e. mutants) should not be summarily slain.


The von Wittgensteins

This category covers the von Wittgenstein family itself as well as a number of its more memorable minions. They are a bit of a special case in the "Chaos" category - a family of mutants and psychopaths to be sure, but several of them including their patriarch Ludwig were certainly not Chaos followers. In fact, the only member of the family that actively worshipped Chaos was Gotthard.

 

Georg Hegel

Revenant, former Captain of the Gaurd at Schloss Wittgenstein. Randle's haunter.

First Appearance: Death on the Reik, Marienburg Period.

Status: Inactive.

For an unknown reason, this semi-corporeal undead warrior latched on to Randle after both emerged from the rubble of Schloß Wittgenstein and dogged him across the Empire for years. What became of him after Randle's departure aboard Schloß Drache is unknown.

Pictures: Pursuing Randle 


Jean Rousseau

Appearance: Death on the Reik, Marienburg Period.

Status: Inactive. Fled when Scloß Wittgenstein fell.


Gotthard von Wittgenstein

~AKA Gotthard Goebbels.

Male, Human, Merchant and Slaanesh Cultist.

First Appearance: Power Behind the Throne

Final Appearance: The prelude to The Bretonnian Gambit.

Removal: Not actually dead, but might as well be. Maimed and driven utterly insane by Gaynor's minions... not that it was so far to fall for a member of the Von Wittgenstein family.


Magritte von Wittgenstein

Female, human, Necromancer.

First Appearance: Death on the Reik

Apparent Death: Death on the Reik (her body was killed by the heroes here, but she lived on by possessing Sigrid's body via the spell Life In Death.)

Final Appearance: The prelude to The Bretonnian Gambit.

Death: Killed by Gaynor's minions.


Skaven

 

Crot Skaback

Male Skaven Warlord

Appearance: Death on the Reik, Marienburg Period.

Status: Inactive. Disappeared into the under-empire after undermining Schloß Wittgenstein.


Snikch

Male Skaven deathmaster, Clan Eshin assassin.

First and Final Appearance: Middenheim Period, The Battle of the Fauschlag.

Death: Dismembered by Uhlrik.

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