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They retained vestiges of the intelligence they possessed in life and could use Skills and even sometimes cast spells. They also developed the ability to increase their power by consuming the essence of other undead. 
The stronger ones could have regeneration abilities as well. Even after they were beheaded, dismembered, or torn in pieces, the corpse would regenerate with time and the pieces joined and healed. The rate of regeneration could be very quick, within minutes. 
Th'lazz, a Ghul Lord  who was an undead raised by the Jackal in the Burning Sands  crossed the desert to meet the Dark Lord Daigotsu in the City of the Lost.  He was so powerful that had incurred the jealousy of its undead peers, who conspired to drive it into exile.  The Ghul Lord advised him about a wave of destruction that would come to the Empire. The Lord worked for the Shadowlands as a part of the alliance the Jackal made with Daigotsu and the Spider Clan. 
Ghul Lord at Ryoko Owari Edit
In 1172 the Ebon Daughter bought a building with cellar space and two levels at Ryoko Owari Toshi. From there she and the Ghul Lord would spread further the plague, using the zombies as puppets. Their activities were under scrutiny of servants of Daigotsu, who saw the Ghul Lord as a traitor to the Dark Lord.  It was not clear if this Ghul Lord was Th'lazz, or another individual.
The Ghul Lord had finished a ritual that he believed it would bring the Empire to its knees when a samurai group entered in the building. The Ebon Daughter fled while the Lord fought Kakita Hideo, Yoritomo Saburo, Mirumoto Ichizo, Hiruma Akio, and Daigotsu Gahseng. The group overwhelmed him, and after the rest left, Gahseng used a jewel encrusted gaijin dagger to effectively end the Ghul Lord's life, negating the regeneration ability. 
See also Edit
External Links Edit
- Ghul Lord (Winds of Change)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Ghuls - Legend of the Burning Sands
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Beneath the City, Part 2, by Brian Yoon
- ↑ Kareido no Oni (Hidden City flavor)
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Dawn of the Spider
- ↑ Ghul Lord (Winds of Change flavor)
- ↑ Legend of the Burning Sands Roleplaying Game, p. 248
- ↑ Scenes from the Empire 8, by Brian Yoon, Nancy Sauer, and Rusty Priske
- ↑ City of Darkness, by Shawn Carman
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