Crypt Ghast Courtier

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A Crypt Ghast Courtier.

Crypt Ghast Courtiers are Mordants of the Flesh-Eater Courts that are more powerful and intelligent than their mordant brothers and sisters, having grown strong on their lieges vampire blood thus making them capable field commanders. They forever jockey for positions, trying to gain their King's attention. In their minds they are noble heroes clad in shining armour that proudly lead their soldiers into war. [1][2][3a][3b]

Most Crypt Ghast Courtiers were in fact great heroes, wizards and sages but have fallen into despair and cannibalism, corrupted by the madness of their king. They retain small traces of their old personality and it is this which often determines their role at court. Crypt Ghast Courtiers have titles such as Baron Gizzard who commands the Ghoul Patrol while Marquis Retchbile commands the King's Ghouls. [3a][3b]



Flesh-Eater Courts Death
Background MordantsVampires
Magic Lore (Madness) • Unit-specific Spells
Grand Courts
Grand Courts BlisterskinGristlegoreHeartgashHollowmourneMorgauntWargspine Citadel
Lesser Courts Carnedine CortegeClatterbone CourtCrookfang KingdomDreamgheistFallow CourtGibbering CourtsGluttonous CarnivalHalfblood CourtsSanguine CourtSuppurating CourtSunderborne CourtWitherclaw
Abhorrant Archregent - Cardinal - Ghoul king - Gorewarden
Courtier Crypt Ghast - Crypt Haunter - Crypt Infernal - Varghulf
Ghouls Crypt Flayer - Crypt Ghoul - Crypt Horror - Marrowscroll Herald
Beasts Royal Terrorgheist - Royal Zombie Dragon
Special Unique GormayneGrymwatchSkinnerkinUshoran
Endless Spells Cadaverous BarricadeChalice of UshoranCorpsemare Stampede
Scenery Charnel Throne
Deities & Mortarchs NagashUshoran
Vampire AtheldadeCarrion KingFangheartGalanGloomheartGoretalonGristlegobHorgloomKorlockMaldorosMarrowthirstPrince of CrowsShivergoreSkinless SultanSplinterbloodSplinterboneThyador DurensteinZernmeister
Mordant Grymwatch (CrakmarrowMaster TalonNight's HeraldRoyal ButcherValreek) • Urglom