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Just wondering do any of you reckon a High elf and Lizardmen army would team up to fight in the Lustria campaign?
hehehe...sounds good mate...me + u vs the rest.....weel probabaly die
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In the lizardmen army book it sais the slann gifted the high elves with the protection of there temples. plus the citadel of dusk is just near Lustria.
It makes perfect sense to me. They are ancient allies anyway.
The Slann were the teachers of the Elves in magic.
They fought together vs Chaos. Though they were separated when the Slann were driven back to the Temple-cities and the Elves to Ulthuan, where the Elves created that Vortex on the brink of annihilation.
And now they share a 'new' common enemy too: the Dark Elves.
i doubt that they would ally, it would just turn into a competition between a slann and teclis...
however, i can see no reason why they'd fight eachother, so i spose alliance would kinda make sense
ah well, id say they'd ally, its just that i hate high elves....
I hope you notice the pair of White Lions standing behind you, waiting to toss you of the HE forum for such foul language?
But seriously, the Lizardmen wouldn't fight HE. I don't see HE robbing the Temple-cities.
And Teclis would probably defer to the Slann. Though he's more powerful than most Slann, their age, their status and them having taught Teclis' ancestors the Winds of Magic, means a lot in the HE eyes.
Umm... what?!and them having taught Teclis' ancestors the Winds of Magic
No! Magic was not taught to the elven race by anyone, they learnt they could do such things. Very few races have ever been taught magic, they learn in in their own way but sometimes it is refined by others. An example of this is at the battle of Pragg, a number of hedgemages from the Empire were called into duty and told they would not be burnt for being wiches. Afterwards Teclis took these magic users and their basic abilities and created the Colleges of Magic.
The Elves were never taught magic, it came natural to their race.
And IMO LM and the Asur could team up, but it be an unlikely event. LM don't leave their homeland for nothing unless it is threatened, or an Old One artifact is tampered with/found or it is decleared in the Old Ones plans. Otherwise it's rare for them to leave Lustria.
Lizardmen Army Book, page 7... The Elves has learned their magical art from the Old Ones and the Slann over many generations, and they were remarkable adept at manipulating the magic winds that now blew. Indeed, they could control the magic in ways the Slann could or would not. ...
So they did learn it. Though their talents were different from those of the Slann (I wouldn't say absolutely more powerful, just powerful in a different way), the basics were laid by order of the Old Ones.
And I wasn't saying the Lizzies would just leave Lustria/The Southlands, though they would if it was the plan of the Old Ones. If an Asur expedition would venture into Lustria, I wouldn't be surprised to see them working together with the Lizardmen.