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Along the way, he encountered and had to negotiate a truce with a tribe of Shades a feral and aberrant branch of the druchii who even the "dark cousins" to the regular elves thought of as "dark cousins"; their cruelty to their slaves horrified even Malus; the Shades removed the eyes and tongues of their slaves while regularly cutting on them in addition to the standard Dark Elf abuses. Then the tribe double-crossed him and he and his warband had to fight their way free.
After braving a fierce blizzard they encountered Beastmen near the temple and tried to negotiate a truce with them.
When they got to the temple, Malus got his followers to hold the line against a tide of traitorous Beastmen while he went in alone. Ignoring symbols and statues of Chaos he entered the chamber.
He took a ring for himself from the hoard, which awakened the daemon Tz'arkan who possessed him. The daemon announced to Malus what happened, pointing out the Dark Elf's greed. Horrified, Malus tried to commit suicide only for Tz'arkan to stop him by pointing out that if he did Malus would be his plaything for eternity In the Warhammer Fantasy world, exorcisms involve killing the possessed, with Luthor Huss as the sole exception.
Like a bickering old couple Malus and Tz'arkhan have a conversation about the latter's plan; he wanted to be free of the temple, so he tasked Malus to gather five artifacts for the ritual to free Tz'arkan or his soul would be claimed by the daemon.
Malus also had a time limit of one year to accomplish this. Enraged and in despair, Malus fled the temple with Tz'arkan's laughter ringing in his ears.
Afterwards, he started on a quest with Tz'arkan for the first artifact The Octagon of Praan, a gem that protected its wearer from hostile magic.
He acquired this after the killing the Bray-Shaman, a leader of a group of beastmen who, at least initially, he contacted under peaceful terms but then just went full murdertenderizer. When busy not almost getting killed, Malus learned that Tz'arkan could give him power, enhancing his physical abilities beyond mortal means whilst making him uncontrollably violent and making him more susceptible to the daemon's influence.
The powerlevel boost thus gained seemed to have addictive qualities, not unlike the combat stimms or daemonic aid over in the other Warhammer. It is described as having pretty drastic skin pallour, dark bulging veins, etc. Bloodstorm[ edit ] Malus returned to Hag Graef to plan getting the second artifact - the Idol of Kolkuth, but got captured by Lurhan's soldiers. He was gruesomely tortured by his father, who was trying to manipulate him into requesting death so Eldire couldn't blame Lurhan for Malus' death.
A combination of spite and Tz'arkan's power kept Malus alive, long enough for Eldire to visit him in secret. Eldire and Nagaira worked together to free him, magically heal his wounds and inducted him into the Slaaneshi cult.
Then Malus learned they didn't want him, but Tz'arkan, so he sought a way out. During this time, Malus took on another retainer, a witty, down-to-earth for a Dark Elf city guard named Hauclir. Eventually his schemes came to the attention of the Drachau of Hag Graef, and Malus made him an offer.
There was a fleet of Nurgle-worshiping pirates called the Skinriders - named for the fact that they lost their skins due to disease or injury and wore the skin of those they fought or captured - who often attacked the Dark Elves. Malus asked for a Writ of Iron from the Drachau; a legal document that gives the carrier the authority of the issuer, and since this was issued by the ruler of Hag Graef Malus was now the second-most powerful person in the city with the caveat that if the carrier failed their duty, the Writ would be melted down and the molten remains were poured down their throat.
Malus used this to bring Urial and some warriors from the Temple of Khaine with him. He also brought along Yasmir to placate Bruglir, which outraged Yasmir since she was a spoiled snob who couldn't handle not being in control of a situation. Urial used some magic to teleport them to Burglir's ship.
There they find out that Bruglir was cheating on Yasmir with his female lieutenant, a scarred woman named Tanithra. Especially problematic since apparently only the male in druchii relationships must maintain his continence, as a show of strength, while the female may slut it up at will and then there's the question of whether rape slaves count.
For reasons , this dynamic isn't totally fleshed out, but it is seen in evidence in some other places including deldar 40K novels as well. Yasmir, being thereby justifiably outraged and, bound by her culture's code of conduct to take offense and then take measures about it, flips her shit when she finds out Bruglir is fucking around with the lady-pirate lieutenant.
He, according again to druchii standards, doesn't really concern himself with her extensive court of admirers back home. None of them are happy about the state of affairs until Malus reminded them that with the Writ he's in charge, though he played to Bruglir's pride and vanity when the latter threatened to kill him anyway.
During the voyage the loss of control and Bruglir's sleeping around also sent Yasmir round the bend, so she rarely left her cabin, and started getting into Khainite worship, much to the delight of Urial who saw it as a chance to get close to her.
During this time Malus learned that Bruglir had promised Tanithra a captaincy, and was using that to string her along and extort sex from her.
Around this time she started to resent that situation, which Malus considered in case it could be useful later. They encountered a few Skinrider ships and had a vicious battle, with Hauclir retrieving the maps to their main base and nearly getting trapped on the ship as it sank.
The Dark Elves won after taking some losses, and commandeered one of the Skinrider ships, with Urial's Khainite blessings keeping the crew from getting infected by all the diseases on board.
They decided to pull a Trojan Horse stunt to kill them, with Bruglir putting Tanithra in charge of the ship and calling that keeping his promise; this naturally made Tanithra even madder. Reaper of Souls[ edit ] Malus sought to get the next artifact, the Dagger of Torxus. It was a powerful weapon that would take the soul of anyone it cut and bind them to that spot. Malus was stabbed with it, but due to Tz'arkhan already having his soul, it just rendered Malus unconscious.
Malus also tracked down the raiding party that took the Dagger, which turned to be led by Lurhan. After a fierce fight Malus was forced to kill Lurhan in self-defense to get the Dagger, making Malus a kinslayer for slaying his own father even though Lurhan wanted to do the same to him.
This proved a bittersweet moment for Malus, since though Malus wanted to kill his father for ages, under those circumstances he'd broken Malekith's laws since his father was a noble so now Malus was an outlaw among the Dark Elves, and Tz'arkhan was happy to troll him about it all.
Their helm got knocked off during the fight, revealing it to be an undead Lhunara, Malus' former retainer; in her dying moments she had pledged herself to the Chaos Gods in exchange for revenge against Malus. Malus found a severely wounded Hauclir and faced a moral dilemma; get rid of the Warpsword and let the daemonic power in his blood heal Hauclir or keep the Warpsword and let him die. Malus did something compassionate for someone besides himself or Spite and dropped the weapon and successfully healed Hauclir.
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