Name: Sevronh the Indomitable
Sevronh lives for little more than personal combat, a role he has proven himself adept at many times over. His stature is slightly larger than even Mithrahc, and his weapon a brutal curved scythe that puts even Nemreth's prowess to shame. It was Sevronh that spearheaded all of Mithrahc's campaigns in the past, and Sevronh that defeated the most powerful of his Phaeron's enemies. When Nemreth joined the ranks of the Shifra Dynasty, Sevronh was immediately willing to share the title of Nemsor if only to combine his own martial prowess with the military cunning of his counterpart. Sevronh is loyal and committed, and places the advancement of the Blade Kingdom before personal desires.
Name: Tenrath the Ambitious
Tenrath has for millennia been a subservient member of the Shifra court, commanding smaller operations as parts of much wider campaigns. In life he was a loyal military commander and had his eyes on the rank of nemesor. Since biotransference, he has longed for the ascension to higher ranks that have to this day eluded him. Dreams of commanding entire campaigns, perhaps one day even inheriting the throne of his childless phaeron, became forever frozen with the c'tan's gifts of immortality. Thus far he has resisted the temptation to usurp such titles from others, but each century sees his frustration grow...
Name: Mortekh The Annihilator
Rank: Destroyer Lord
Weapon: Phase Blades (Warscythe)
Mortekh embodies what it means for nobility to succumb to madness. Once one of the upstanding Triarch Praetorians that guarded the ancient codes of battle and the laws of the necrontyr, he is now a twisted parody of a warrior driven only by the desire to destroy. A Destroyer Cult had been slowly growing in the ranks of the Shifra Dynasty for some centuries before Mortekh's own descent, and with his leadership they have become a notable movement in their own right. Although Mortekh technically still carries the authority of the Praetorians, he is not alone among their number and is for the most part overruled by his former comrades. Nonetheless, he considers himself completely justified in all his actions, subverting the flow of battle as he sees fit to bring about the demise of the living as efficiently as possible. Not for him the usual modifications of the Destroyer, but rather Mortekh had seen his body transformed into something resembling the canoptek scarabs and spyders that rend flesh with ghastly ease. What remains of Mortekh's past awareness is steadily fading, and in time he will be no better than the cold emotionless robots he has come to resemble.
Name: Dehrus the Cruel
Weapon: Staff of Light
Dehrus is an extremist among his fellows, a scientist utterly devoid of morals and any semblance of ethics. While others may respect the codes of battle, or at the very least acknowledge them, Dehrus will spare no effort in maintaining any creed bar the pursuit of knowledge. He considers his own studies more important than any petty politics or matters of honour and conquest. It is Dehrus who is always first to bring deathmark assassins to a battle, it is Dehrus who will break the codes at a moment's notice if more efficient opportunities present themselves. He learned long ago that the Triarch Praetorians are loathe to slay those of cryptek rank, and has taken many layers of precaution should his luck with them ever finally run out. Dehrus earned his title when he employed high intensity neutron weapons to purge a city of life rather than wait several extra days for a military attack to be arranged. Close to a billion humans, men, women and children alike perished in agony over the course of a week simply so Dehrus could access an ancient necron outpost facility buried beneath. The act was so brash, and the cryptek's utter lack of remorse so blatant that even Nemreth was shaken.
Nonsense is our Salvation