Fangathrak

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Fangathrak
Pict World-Worm.png
Titles World-Worm[3a]
Type Godbeast
Status Alive

Fangathrak the World-Worm[3a] is a segmented, worm-like godbeast that crawls across the Realm of Ghur.[1a][2] It is unique among the godbeasts as it has a Realmgate within it's gullet. Specifically the Arcway of Ghur known as the Mawgate, an immense Realmgate leading to the Eightpoints.[2]

History

Age of Chaos

The crab-like monsters known as Crawlerforts were used to chain and bind Fangathrak the World-Worm. Each of these crab-like monstrosities had a Chaos Dreadhold upon their backs, with a godly chain attaching them to the world-worm.[3a]

Fangathrak would fiercely resist it's captors and attempt to break away from it's chains throughout the Age of Chaos, but it never broke free. Time and time again the Crawlerforts would yank back it's fanged mouth the allowing armies of Chaos to march from the Allpoints into the Realm of Ghur, passing from the Realmgate, known as the Mawgate, hidden in it's gullet.[3a]

Even while lashed to the Crawlerforts it continued it's travels across the Realm of Ghur, but severely hampered by the six monstrosities it dragged behind it.[3a]

Age of Sigmar

It was one of many godbeasts that Archaon sought to corrupt and the Mawgate within it was sought by the Stormcast Eternals on the behalf of Sigmar. But their efforts were dashed during the Realmgate Wars, in the Scarlands of Ghur, when it was freed by legendary Megaboss Gordrakk and a coalition of Orruks that included theBloodtoofs, Ironsunz, Doggrok's Choppas, and Fists of Drakka. Fangathrak and the Mawgate within it have remained outside of Chaos and Order's control ever since.[1a][3a]

It leaves a trail of destruction in it's wake, known appropriately as the Wake of Fangathrak.[2]

Appearance

The World-Worm is a massive, segmented worm with a fang-ringed mounth.[2][3a]

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Deities of the Mortal Realms and Beyond
Ascended Alarielle - Grimnir - Grungni - Kragnos - Malerion - Morathi - Nagash - Sigmar - Teclis - Tyrion
Elemental Gorkamorka (Gork - Mork)
Chaos Gods Dark Gods (Great Horned Rat - Khorne - Nurgle - Slaanesh - Tzeentch) - Necoho
Zodiacal Godbeasts Argentine - Auroxis - Behemat - Bitterblood - Boingob - Chimerac - Dracothion - Drakatoa - Fangathrak - Ghillnarad Dhor - Gnorros - Hammergord - Hrunspuul - Hydragos - Ignimbris - Ignax - Kharybtar - Lode-Griffon - Mammothas - Nagendra - Nyxtor - Rakka Nak - Ravenak - Shattatusk - Shurihuratha - Skalok - Skwidmuncha - Spider God - Tatto'Na'Kotto - Ulfdengnarl - Ur-Phoenix - Ursricht‎ - Vulcatrix - Vytrix - Ymnog
Unspecified Aspect of Chaos (Devourer of Existence - Ever-Raging Flame) - Adembi - Bad Moon - Cunning Agtheyma - Daemon-God (Great Gatherer - Hashut) - Glareface Frazzlegit - Great Bull-Roarer - God of Sharks - Manarchael - Mirmidh - Mirrored Twins - Morghur - Morrda - Mother of All Cats - Myrmidia - Nharvolak - Ozol - Samneth - Sotek - Stalagog - Taal - Valaya - Vultza - Beyond the Realms (Y'ulae)
Asur Pantheon Aesha - Anath - Athaerti - Drakira - Erek - Khaine - Kurnoth - Ladriella - Mathlann - Néthu - Thial
Old Ones Seraphon (Chotec - Huanchi - Itzl - Tepok) - Old Rulers (Dreaming God - King of Broken Constellations - Obsidian Eel - Ravok - Yahm)
Underworld Deities Brine-God - Gazul - Lauchon - Prince of Cats - Vannah - Xereus
Chosen - Demigods - Types (Aspect of Chaos - Daemon-God - Old Ones - Underworld Deities - Winter Gods) - Pantheons (Asur - Dark Gods - Duardin - Invidian - Order)