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The title character from "The Dilemma of the Bat", Aesop's Fables
 
  
 
The Dreadblade Harrows (what do these names even mean anymore?) are the Lieutenants of the [[Nighthaunt]] processions. They’re what happens to you when you decide to sit on the fence about one too many a thing. That’s right, you can now be condemned to an awful afterlife for... being neutral on things. Cheers [[Nagash]].  
 
The Dreadblade Harrows (what do these names even mean anymore?) are the Lieutenants of the [[Nighthaunt]] processions. They’re what happens to you when you decide to sit on the fence about one too many a thing. That’s right, you can now be condemned to an awful afterlife for... being neutral on things. Cheers [[Nagash]].  

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This is what happens when you refuse to be proactive, kids.

""In seeking to make no enemies, I've succeeded in making no friends,""

– The title character from "The Dilemma of the Bat", Aesop's Fables

The Dreadblade Harrows (what do these names even mean anymore?) are the Lieutenants of the Nighthaunt processions. They’re what happens to you when you decide to sit on the fence about one too many a thing. That’s right, you can now be condemned to an awful afterlife for... being neutral on things. Cheers Nagash.

However, there’s no need to panic. You won’t be made into a Harrow for something incredibly small like not preferring Coke or Pepsi, or not being able to fully commit to an army. No, those who become Harrows are only so because they saw the signs of a betrayal (often from a future Knight of Shrouds) and decided not to do anything about it. Because of their selfish fence-sitting, their forms are some of the most ethereal of all the Nighthaunt, their very beings flickering in and out of reality.

In battle, they act as outriders and scouts, disappearing and reappearing at will to perform tasks that no honourable knight would ever do (ie, culling the weak, attacking retreaters, kicking puppy dogs in the shin, etc).

Nighthaunt Units
Leaders: Cairn Wraith - Dreadblade Harrow - Guardian of Souls - Knight of Shrouds - Krulghast Cruciator - Lord Executioner - Spirit Torment - Tomb Banshee
Troops: Bladegheist Revenant - Chainrasp Horde - Dreadscythe Harridan - Glaivewraith Stalker - Grimghast Reaper - Myrmourn Banshee - Black Coach - Hexwraith - Spirit Host