The Black Sloth Hell is a Warhammer: Age of Sigmar project about a cursed forest and the twisted aelfs that live there. It is a setting for dark and disturbing stories and miniatures, a horror-influenced take on Age of Sigmar.
There is a land between the realms of life and death. Perhaps once a vibrant forest, the trees and animals are long dead and now a fetid swamp drowns the land. Madness rises from the placid water and mangroves grow, twisting in the darkness. Time and space are corrupted: days become years and exits become yawning mouths to darker depths. All that walk there, walk alone.
The aelfs call it the Black Sloth Hell, a name of a place from myth where aelfs would find themselves drained of vitality and energy. It was a story that scared children, but when the nine realms fell to Chaos it became a refuge for some, and then a purgatory. The swamp called out and the ill-fated aelfs were drawn to it, though what lies at the bottom none can say. When the Stormhosts came, they found a people greatly changed.
Black Sloth Hell is a Warhammer: Age of Sigmar project inspired by horror writers such as HP Lovecraft, Thomas Ligotti, Laird Barron, Junji Ito and others. Originally started for Warhammer Fantasy, it will transition easily to the new setting.