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Great Bray-Shaman

A Great Bray-Shaman.

A Great Bray-Shaman are the baleful Gor advisors to the Beastlords and the profane preachers to the Brayherds.[1a]

Origin

Some are born with their abilities or acquire them through malevolent means. Amongst beastmen, the Bray-Shamans are the only members whose fearsome reputation is not attained from physical strength alone.[1a]

Leadership

These soothsayers are able to perceive the shifting currents of Chaos energy that flows into the Mortal realms and it is through their proclamations that they guide the stampeding beastherds along the path of greatest ruination. They are also responsible for enacting the gruesome rituals before and after a battle. This can include sifting through viscera and staring into fires to experience doom-laden visions or carving ruins into the faces of Herdstones, which glow with anarchic power when the shamans begin their profane chants.[1a]

Magic

The Bray-Shamans are so glutted with Chaos energy that they exude a visible warping aura. Beneath their hooves the ground churns with emerging worms only to wrap around and devour themselves. Weeds shrivel around them and sprout tooth-like thorns or uproot themselves entirely. Light bends backwards around the Bray-Shamans to create halos of writhing shadows around their horn.[1a]

They can harness the Chaos energies that emanate from the wilds, through profane sacrifices and malefic rituals, to inbue their fellow beastmen of the Brayherds with strength and vigour.[2a]

Like every wizard they can cast the Arcane Bolt and the Mystic Shield spells. In addition to this they can cast the Devolve spell which draws forth and magnifies the savage and animalistic parts of their foes psyche until all that's left are growling beasts.[2a][2b]

In battle, a Bray-Shaman will savage an enemy with their Chaos-derived powers. With knowledge of the Lore of the Twisted Wilds, a Bray-Shaman may summon a swarm of flesh-eating insects, erode weaponry with clouds of entropic mist, and stir its fellow beasts with unnatural fury.Some can even utilize their feral magics to dominate the minds of monstrous beasts within an enemy's army and turn them upon their masters.[1a][1b][2b]

Wargear

They are armed with Fetish Staves.[2a][2b]

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Beasts of Chaos
Background GreatfrayHerdstoneTurnskin PlagueDeities (GorfatherKhorneMorghurNurgleSlaaneshTzeentch)
Beastherds BrayherdsWarherdsStormherds
Magic Lores (Lore of the Twisted WildsLore of Dark Storms) • Endless Spells (Doomblast DirgehornRavening DireflockWildfire Taurus)
Greatfrays
Legendary Greatfrays AllherdDarkwalkersGavespawnQuakefray
Godsworn Frays
Rotfrays Manglegut
Skullfrays Gravenkin
Slakefrays BloodscorchEighthorn
Twistfrays Ulk'gnar
Other Greatfrays Gibbous ThrongVaranfrayBlindeyeForebeastsGnarlspineGruffpackHelstokNighthowlScorchpeltSlatehornsUlk'gnar
Beasts of Chaos Units
Brayherds Leaders BeastlordGreat Bray-Shaman
Gor-kin BestigorsGor WarriorsCentigorsTuskgor ChariotsUngor RaidersUngor Warriors
Godsworn Tzaangors (EnlightenedShamanSkyfireWarriors) • Slaangors (Fiendbloods)
Warherds DoombullCygorGhorgonBullgor Warrior
Thunderscorn Dragon Ogor ShaggothDragon Ogor Warrior
Monsters of Chaos Chaos GargantChaos SpawnChaos WarhoundChimeraCockatriceHarpyJabberslytheRazorgor
Special
Endless Spells Doomblast DirgehornRavening DireflockWildfire Taurus
Scenery Herdstone
Beasts of Chaos Characters
Deities GorfatherMorghur
Gor-kin Beast of TalowfallDaesek's BaneGhorraghan KhaiGhosteaterGluhakGnakhGnargrokKrovarManglepawScarbellySurlok One-hornVorharghWyrmhoof
Dragon Ogors Bezarkrak
Chimera Beast of the Bhoer Peak
ArtworkMiniatures