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House of the Chosen

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NeutralHouse of the Chosen
Afterlives - House of the Chosen.png
Main leader IconSmall Vyraz.gif Margrave Vyraz
  Formerly IconSmall Krexus.gif Margrave Krexus †
Secondary leaders Unknown
  Formerly IconSmall Alexandros.gif Baron Alexandros
IconSmall MalDraka.gif Baroness Draka
Race(s) IconSmall Gladiator Male.gifIconSmall Gladiator Female.gif Maldraxxus gladiator
IconSmall Necrolord.gif Maldraxxus necromancer
IconSmall Ossein.gif Maldraxxus skeleton
HumanHuman Human
OrcOrc Orc
Capital House of the Chosen
Theater of operations Maldraxxus
Status Active
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The House of the Chosen is one of the five houses that rule Maldraxxus. Filled with countless champions, this house is one of the last holdouts against the Jailer's insidious campaign.

Every House of Maldraxxus has two Barons.[1] Initially, Vyraz and Alexandros Mograine served as the two barons, though the latter was later captured and imprisoned in the Maw; assumed dead. He was replaced by Draka, who came into the service of the House shortly after the fall of the House of Eyes. Mograine returned with the aid of the Maw Walker, though he did not resume his position. Instead; Vyraz proceeded to betray and slay Krexus alongside many of his loyal warriors. After this, Vyraz assumed the mantle of Margrave. Mograine and Draka proceeded to turn against Vyraz, leaving the two barons of the Chosen as empty positions.

Despite this, Draka still goes by the title of Baroness, perhaps in defiance of Vyraz's usurpation of Krexus' mantle. Alexandros also claims he acts in the name of the House of the Chosen when confronting Margrave Gharmal, though the House is later acknowledged to still be firmly in Vyraz's grasp.

Description

The House of the Chosen is equal parts peerless and fearless. The fiercest fighters from the mortal realm are sent to Maldraxxus, where they become even greater in death than they were in life.[2]

Members

Notes

  • During development it was known as the "House of Warlords".

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