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Total War: WARHAMMER II - The Prophet & The Warlock is a DLC pack that introduces two brand new rival Legendary Lords to the game, together with new objectives, units, playstyles, and mechanics, which can be used in the Mortal Empires and the Eye of the Vortex campaigns.
One of the new lords is Ikit Claw, the Warlock Engineer, and he leads Clan Skryre. Ikit is untrustworthy, cunning, vicious, but also a genius when it comes to science and invention. He has an impressive command of the Winds of Magic and possesses immense scientific knowledge. The constant search for destruction led to his greatest design, the destructive Doomsphere. Clan Skryre has their Forbidden Workshop, which lets players use their resources in order to upgrade units like the Doomwheels, Weapons Teams, and Doom-flayers with attributes and stat-boosts. Unlock new things until you reach the new regiments of renown that are unique to this Forbidden workshop.
The most powerful weapon in Ikit's arsenal is the Warpstorm Doomrocket. It is an Army Ability that can be stockpiled and is made in the Forbidden Workshop. Only one of these Doomrockets can utterly destroy multiple units in a second.
The other lord that comes in Total War: WARHAMMER II - The Prophet & The Warlock is Tehenhauin, Prophet of Sotek, the leader of the Cult of Sotek. Believing that with enough sacrifices the serpent-god could return, Tehenhauin leads his Lizardmen armies against the Skaven forces. After the victory against any non-Lizardmen armies lets Tehenhauin mark post-battle captives as Sacrificial Offerings, which can be spent on performing the sacrifices required in the Prophecy of Sotek missions. Once the highest level of sacrifice is achieved, Tehenhauin can manifest an aspect of the serpent-god that lays waste to any foe on the battleground.
The Unique Lord of the Cult of Sotek is the Red-Crested Skink Chief, a brutally strong melee Lord that can lead an army and has his own skill tree. These Lords can ride Ripperdactyl, a Horned One, and later in the game even a savage Ancient Stegadon.