All Lords/heroes that are 8th edition OR from the last available edition for the race...
Franz, Belthezar, Volkmar, Markus, Grimgor, Azhag, Wurrzag, Skarsnik, Thorgrim, Belegor, Grombrindal, Ungrim, Manfred, Heinrich, Vlad, Isabella, (Krell Hero Summon), Mazdumedi, Kroak, Krogar, Tictactoe, Gor-rok, Teheneim, Skrolk, Trectch, Ikit, Queek, Tyrion, Teclis, Alith Anar, Alleirialle, Malakath, Morathi, Lokhir, Hellbron. Lourn, Green Knight, Fay Enchantress, Archaon, Sigvald, Kholek, Wulfrik, Throgg, Orion, Durthy, Malegor, Morghur, Khazrak, Settra, Khatep, Khaleada, Arkhan,
Exceptions and why...
Helman Ghorst - no 8th edition lords remaining, only remaining heroes are Manfred Acolyte and Konrad Von Castein. Can't have two Manfred campaign lords xD, so Helman who studied under Manfred chosen as "Manfred Acolyt" replacement. The Red Duke possible replacement for Konrad (not a campaign lord).
Boris Todbringer - not a campaign lord
Alberic - no other 8th edition lords/heroes
Nakai - don't know if 8th edition or not but definitely mentioned in it, please confirm.
Why not Rakarth?
It is blatantly clear that CA favour 8th edition as a start. They said the trilogy was based on it and almost all the lords are from it OR the closest edition to it. They have only gone away form 8th edition when has not been enough lords or even heroes from the most modern edition for the faction.
The Dark Elves 8th edition has Mallus (lord), Tullaris (hero), Koruan (hero) and Shadowblade (lord/hero?) from 8th edition. Rakarth is 5th edition...
CA have always prioritized the most up to date editions for lords and heroes. The only times they have changed this is when there is a shortage of lords and heroes in the most modern edition. if the Dark Elves have 8th edition options, why would they use Rakarth from 5th edition when it goes against everything they have done this far?
I don't know what edition Nakai is from but even if he isn't 8th edition that would only make him the exception, now the standard.