These include: All Elven races now gain the Shrine of Khaine campaign mechanic: The Sword of Khaine, a powerful blade of legend, is buried. Usually I do not play the campaign for any elves, so I had the sword only a few times. I have just won the battle against Tyrion and claimed the Sword of Khaine. [WHF] Dunkelelfen - Malekith's Invasionsarmee [# Sword of Khaine]. http://sawayaka-life.com
Total War: Warhammer 2 – The Queen & The Crone, Norsca und Alith AnarSo I'm having an odd (what I assume is a) bug. I decided to go on a voyage to hunt down the Sword of Khaine as Kroq Gar, and the map marker (the big glowy. These include: All Elven races now gain the Shrine of Khaine campaign mechanic: The Sword of Khaine, a powerful blade of legend, is buried. Usually I do not play the campaign for any elves, so I had the sword only a few times. I have just won the battle against Tyrion and claimed the Sword of Khaine.
Install Steam. Store Page. Global Achievements. And this playthrough I managed to get Kholek regen and all i need is the Sword for it to be perfect. Anybody else have this problem?
Showing 1 - 15 of 21 comments. Not every race can claim the sword. If you look on the corner of your commands, it will say who has the sword.
IF you see that, chances are you can claim the sword. The first one wasn't really an issue. The second one has totally wrecked me.
The second chance is your last chance. The sword 'consumes' your character's will and now they're unable to let it go, like the One Ring. That's the trade off for all of the buffs.
You can't return it and now have a lot of penalties. You dont need to get rid of it, who cares about Allies, Allies are just enemies you havent murdered yet.
Those fools declaring war on you are just signing their own death warrants, kill them too, and then kill the ones that havent before they can.
Who needs friends when you have the Sword? Honestly this is how I'd think normally but I'm pretty out of my depth in WH2 so I've been playing cautious.
The biggest issues are the rebellions and random attacks. My armies are up north beating some dark elves and the dreadfleet declared war and dropped a 20 stack on the south coast.
Showing 1 - 11 of 11 comments. I heard that some negative effects dont work because it is bugged so even she should be ok with it. Originally posted by strike :.
Notoko View Profile View Posts. How about play the game and see what happens? Originally posted by Notoko :. Aenarion View Profile View Posts.
It's because of him Tyrion goes crazy in the end times guess what? Morathi helped a lot too. He knew the consequences but he chose to do it. Thanks to that, he bought enough time for Caledor to finish the vortex and he probably saved the world from Chaos atleast for years.
JadawinKhanidi Registered Users Posts: 1, The penalties are stiff but manageable. That said, I did return it at the second stage because at that time the lord holding it was far away from enemy lands and the diplomatic penalty might have screwed up an important alliance for me.
But I'll soon pick it up again and then hopefully wield it until the campaign is won. In my Malekith campaign I picked it up very late when I vanquished the high elf lord coming after me.
I didn't realize he was wielding the sword and was surprised how this wizard lord cut through my units.
It is a powerful item. Team Vampire Counts "Many players cannot help approaching a game as an optimization puzzle.
What gives the most reward for the least risk? What strategy provides the highest chance — or even a guaranteed chance — of success? Given the opportunity, players will optimize the fun out of a game.
KronusX Registered Users Posts: 1, DaGangster said:. Stephince said:. KronusX said:. Nyxilis Registered Users Posts: 4, I think it's thematically fine, I can almost always handle the first stage, but later stages I make choice on race and what not.
Despite its name, the Widowmaker appears as a different object to different people. Even fused in the Altar of Khaine, it still calls out to leaders and warriors, seductively promising them great power if they draw it.
To Malekith , it was a royal sceptre. To Aenarion and Tyrion , a sword. Malekith and Tyrion have thus far managed to resist its call.
Tethlis disappeared under mysterious circumstances near the Altar of Khaine, and some rumours say that he was killed by his own bodyguard after trying to draw the sword.
The blade is initially located in the Shrine of Khaine settlement in Nagarythe province. This will cause a dilemma to appear which gives a choice of whether to draw the sword or not.