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Morskittar Skyweaver is the occupant of the Twelfth Seat of the Council, and its second most powerful member the Lord Warlock of Clan Skryre of the Under Empire. Lord Morskittar is fiendishly clever and inventive, and one of the Council's most promising members. Previous Lord Warlocks have been intelligent and rational, working out long and complex schemes, but Lord Morskittar is prone to flashes of idiosyncratic brilliance. An intuitive thinker, Lord Morskittar reacts incredibly quick and unpredictably, keeping the other Council members off balance.

Lord Morskittar is also one of the most skilled of Clan Skryre's Engineers, and he has become fascinated with human and Dwarven inventions, has pushed the Seerlord and many Council policies into that direction. Lord Morskittar works closely with the Grey Seers, and harbors secret plans bribe a Grey Seer and gain spies within the Cult of the Horned Rat. Lord Morskittar's greatest rival is Arch Plaguelord Nurglitch, and Morskittar would not mind seeing Nurglitch fall victim to any of the hazards of Council membership. Unbeknownst to all the other Skaven, Lord Morskittar keeps on him a personal invention that he has never been able to duplicate. He discovered and tinkered about with a strange device of unknown origin. The invention is powered by a fist-sized block of Warpstone attached to some sort of eldritch device, one that absorbs all sound vibrations and can replay back a conversation. Lord Morskittar records nearly all conversations he has using this hidden device, and only he is aware of it, none others know of this device. This device could possibly be of Slann origins. He may use this to blackmail scores if not hundreds of Skaven when he feels that it is time for his next major political scheme.



Lord Morskittar is tall gangly albino Skaven, and has a perpetual frenetic air about him. His Clan Skryre robes are often crumpled and stained from the ink and grease from the various inventions that he is inevitably tinkering with.


Early History