The latest Total War: Warhammer II DLC will introduce two new characters: a mythical Skaven assassin and demon-possessed Dark Elf. These most recent editions are expected to create another bloody face-off in the turn-based game produced by Creative Assembly. \n \nAnother monstrous war is on the horizon as the Legendary Lords Pack includes two new powerful factions. The Shadow and Blade DLC features unique leaders, units, and options that could shake up things in the Warhammer world. \n \n \n \nEach of the latest characters offers players a distinct advantage when engaged in battle. The demon-possessed being holds excellent power, which could turn the tide of a fight. But such power comes with a high cost. On the other hand, a master assassin has an arsenal of dirty tricks that will be very useful. \n \nNot all Total War: Warhammer II fans may be interested in getting their hands on the newest DLC. After all, they might already be content with the current array of characters at their disposal. However, they will still be enjoying new game features such as shorter waits during enemy turns when the latest patch is rolled out. \n \nMalus Darkblade, which sounds like a classic Warhammer name, will be leading Hag Graef’sDark Elf faction. He is possessed by a demon named Tz’arkan, referred to as the Drinker of Worlds. Manus has the option of fighting off the demon or allowing it to use his body as a vessel of destruction. \n \nOnce Manus gives in to Tz’arkan, he will gain demonic strength, which will allow him to wreak havoc on the battlefield. Total War: Warhammer II players, however, must learn to handle this kind of power, which could cause more harm than good. Manus also can wield the Scourgerunner Chariot and Bloodwrack Medusa. \n \nDeathmaster Snikch, on the other hand, is in charge of leading Skaven’s Clan Eshin. By his name alone, you know that he is a sneaky assassin. An otherworldly being may not possess him, but he knows the right people who can cause considerable damage. \n \nThis devious slayer can unleash forces to carry out shadowy dealings. His underlings can steal items or incite rebellions, resulting in shifting alliances. Deathmaster Snikch himself is capable of razing cities to the ground if that is part of battle plan. \n \nMoreover, this stealthy hitman can accept assassination contracts passed on to him by other Skaven. Doing these missions will give Total War: Warhammer II players more resources and bonuses that will put them ahead in the game.