Gibbet is a Vampire Counts infrastructure building in Total War: Warhammer. A common sight across Sylvania and beyond, the gibbet - or hanging cage - is where the living who displease their Undead lords often end up.
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Gibbet cages can be found throughout Sylvania - indeed, much of the Old World uses this gruesome punishment for thieves, bandits and other criminals, and as a warning to others who might contemplate such malfeasance. In Sylvania, living is a crime and those that, having displeased the Vampire Counts, aren�t instantly torn to shreds or consumed may end up in a cage, on display as a stark warning, but also as a way of leeching life-force from the condemned. Their energy slowly drips away even as Zombies and carrion birds gather to nibble at the remains through the rusted iron bars.
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