Mighty Dragons Return To Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

July 27, 2021 by brennon

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Games Workshop dropped another surprise this week. Warhammer Age Of Sigmar has featured the Dracoths and Stardrakes up until this point as allies of the Stormcast Eternals but now they are bringing the mighty Draconith back to The Mortal Realms.

Krondys Son Of Dracothion - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Krondys, Son Of Dracothion // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

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The Draconith were instrumental in the formation of The Mortal Realms as they are but went into hiding when the mighty Kragnos rampaged through their sanctuaries. Now Kragnos has been awoken from his slumber, they have decided to aid the forces of Order once more.

Leading the way is the powerful Krondys. This fellow is part of Sigmar's inner circle which makes him out as incredibly important already. He is already able to harness a lot of magical potential but this is then enhanced thanks to the Regalia Fulmentaris around his neck. I am getting a very Dragonheart vibe from this fellow.

Krondys Son Of Dracothion Details - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Krondys, Son Of Dracothion Details // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Karazai The Scarred is the second of the Draconith to have decided to make his mark on the realm of Ghur. Whilst Krondys plots and plans with Sigmar in his halls, Karazai has decided to be more proactive and now hunts the followers of Kragnos.

Karazai The Scarred - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Karazai The Scarred // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Karazai has spent so long traversing the realm of Ghur that he is now perhaps more twisted, bitter and prone to rage than his other kin. As someone who is a massive fan of dragons in general, I am really liking both of these additions to the world of Age Of Sigmar.

Karazai The Scarred Details - Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

Karazai The Scarred Details // Warhammer Age Of Sigmar

I do wonder how they are going to fit into your armies?! They tower over standard foot troops and are no doubt going to come to the tabletop with a fairly hefty cost in terms of points too. Still, when you're facing down an army led by Kragnos, they seem like the perfect allies.

Sigmar's Stormcast Eternals and Dracothian are intrinsically intertwined so it will be fascinating to see what their return to The Mortal Realms will do concerning the overarching story. If nothing else, they are going to be fascinating painting projects and I can't wait to see what people do with alternative paint schemes.

Are you liking this pair of more traditional-looking dragons?

"I am getting a very Dragonheart vibe from this fellow..."

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