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Total War: Warhammer The Everchosen vs. The Everwatcher Video

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Total War: Warhammer The Everchosen vs. The Everwatcher Video

*SPOILER ALERT* Archaeon may be the Everchosen, but to the Chaos God Tzeentch – Changer of the Ways – nothing lasts forever. The newest in a series of Let’s Play videos of Total War: Warhammer, showcases perhaps the greatest threat faced by players late in the Chaos campaign, as Tzeentch sends his foremost champion as the ultimate test of a Chaos player’s aptitude in battle and to once and for all judge the worthiness of the supposed bringer of the End Times.

Check out the Everchosen vs the Everwatcher video of Total War: Warhammer, featuring a let’s play video of the late game story in the game *SPOILER ALERT*:

Featuring two very powerful Chaos armies, this climactic late-game battle highlights the awesome power of Sarthorael the Everwatcher. Massive in size and with devastating melee attacks thanks to his magical staff, he also wields the devastating Lore of Metal, making him more than a match for even the most powerful Legendary Lords.

The Total War: WARHAMMER – Chaos Warriors Race Pack is available now on Steam. This Pack includes a full roster of bloodthirsty units, terrifying mounts and monstrous creatures. Lead the corrupted Chaos hordes as one of three new playable Legendary Lords. Embrace the Ruinous Powers as you embark on brand new quest chains, unlocking powerful items and gaining glory in the name of the dark Chaos Gods.

Beyond Kislev, beyond Troll Country, beyond even the barren Norsca Peninsula lies a land shrouded in darkness, frozen in an unnatural, never-ending winter. Here, the mortal realm and the immaterial realm of Chaos overlap, creating an uncontrollable gateway to that infernal dimension from which all manner of nightmarish creatures spew forth.

It is a place where few mortals have dared to venture, and even fewer have returned. The wild people that live in the lands to the south are devout in their worship of the Chaos Gods and many seek to journey north and offer themselves up to become tools of their will. Those that do survive this unholy pilgrimage and live to tell the tale are irreversibly altered. Clad in dark armour bearing the dread marks of ruinous favour, possessed of an unwavering resolve to carry out the will of their malevolent deities, with the indomitable Archaon the Everchosen as their leader, these are the mighty Chaos Warriors!

This pack makes the entire Chaos Warrior race from the main game playable in the Grand Campaign and multiplayer matches; as well as adding entirely new Legendary Lords, Lords, Heroes, Units, Magic Items and more.

Lead the Chaos Warriors as one of three new Legendary Lords, each with their own unique bonuses:

Sigvald the Magnificent:

Beautiful from birth, Sigvald’s fondness for hedonistic excess saw him exiled from his tribe but also gained him a powerful patron: Slaanesh. Now, he heads an army devoted to himself. Slaying anything he deems ugly or unsavoury, he fights as much for his perverse ego as he does for Slaanesh.

Kholek Suneater:

Kholek Suneater is a formidable figure to behold. A gigantic Dragon Ogre, believed by many to be the second eldest of all Dragon Ogres, he towers over the battlefield swinging his gigantic hammer with ease. He is considered by some to be a God.

Archaon the Everchosen:

A former Sigmarite Templar, Archaon stumbled upon an ancient doctrine that contained within the secrets of his faith. Renouncing his allegiance to Sigmar he journeyed north to the dreaded Chaos Wastes to offer his service to the Chaos Gods. Here, the Ruinous Powers gave him their blessing to set out on his quest to become the Everchosen; the Lord of the End Times.

For more information on Total War: Warhammer, visit it’s official website.

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