Magni Brownkicker
is the Lord of Karak Kadrin, and the leader of the Northern Dwarven clan of the High Dwarves. Magni Brownkicker and his son Gotrek Brownkicker are very close, and Fenix has also taken the Slayer oath and because of this he often fights beside his battle in war.

Magni Brownkicker has attempted throughout his life to die in battle, and yet no matter what manner of conlict he enteres his skill in war always makes him survive despite the endless odds against his survival. This started with his great ancestor of whom was shamed while he stood as king and since this day he has joined the ranks of the Slayer Kings of Karak Kadrin.

Magni Brownkicker was actually born the third child of his father Bragni Brownkicker and thus he never thought that he would be the one that one day took control of the realm of Karak Kadrin. Following a devestating conflict with a Goblin Horde attacking Karak Kadrin he found himself the lone remaining child, and his father lay nearly dying on the battlefield. By the time he arrived on the battlefield with a reserve force his father was on his last gasps of life, and was only able to say goodbye before his father died as well. Following this his grandfather of whom was the High King at the time would leave the Hold on a slayer mission and during this would attempt to die during battle but instead was captured by Goblins and sold to slavers in the east thus making Magni unable to not continue the line of Slayer Kings.


Early History

Slayer lord

War of Tears

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Battle of Ekrund

Main Article : Battle of Ekrund



Family Members

Slayer Lord

The line of the Slayer Lords originated in the distant past when Magni's ancestor, Baragor, suffered a great loss in battle. His shame was so great that he took the Slayer oath, to die in battle defending his people. This, unfortunately, put him in the position of having two mutually exclusive responsibilities. He was a Lord who was to watch over and protect his people, but also a Slayer who perpetually seeks death in combat. This presented a problem for Baragor, as these two identities could not be one. So, as a compromise, he founded a haven for the Slayers, creating a shrine to Grimnir in Karak Kadrin. This made the castle the permanent home of the Slayer Cult.

However, on his deathbed and despite all of his great works and deeds, Baragor had not fulfilled his Slayer Oath to die in battle, so his son became heir to the Kingdom and heir to his Slayer oath. This has continued down through the generations, and now lays on the shoulders of Magni Brownkicker.