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Report this Document. Flag for Inappropriate Content. Download Now. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. Jump to Page. Search inside document. Within its pages you will find background information explaining much about Ores and their smaller cousins: where they come from, how they ive and fight, and how their wars have helped to, shape the Warhammer World.
By means of the Army List you can choose your own Ore and Goblin force, equip your own, warlord and his entourage of shamans and bosses, and, descend upon your quaking foes with the awesome power of the Waaagh behind yout Ores and Goblins are one of the most popular and most effective armies in the Warhammer game.
One of the reasons for this popularity is the tremendous degree of choice. We know of at least one person whose army consists entirely of Goblin wolf riders!
However, such extreme examples are exceptional, and most players use the wide variety available to create an effective mix of different troops.
This variety is another reason why Ores and Goblins appeal to so many players, as the number of different troops types enables you to tailor an army to your own, style of play or to a particular opponent. For example, a player whose regular opponent fields High Elves might wisely decide to abandon any attempt to our-shoot his enemies in favour of a fast, hard-hitting attack force combined with long range artillery.
Both these options are available in abundance with boar riders, trolls, and, chariots for attack and rock lobbers or doom divers for Jong range destruction. On the other hand, a player faced with an Empire army would probably adopt a different strategy altogether. With its knights and cannons the Empire army would, soon sweep aside an army based around boar boyz, while Ore artillery and large creatures such as trolls, would present excellent targets for cannons and Helblaster volley guns.
In this case the Ore general might choose Night Goblin units with fanatics, backed up by units of Orcs to provide some backbone and either doom divers or flying monsters to take out innons from the air. Woe betide those Empire knights when they tangle with the Night Goblin fanatics!
The options are many and varied, and part of the challenge fof the Ore army isto discover the combination of troops, and equipment that works best for you In writing this book we have assumed that the reader either owns or has access to copies of both Warhammer and Warhammer Magic, As far as possible we've attempted to provide references within the Warhammer rulebook, the Bate Book, or the Warhammer Magic rulebook so that you can find relevant sections more easily.
Naturally there are places where Orcs are relatively concentrated and others where they are rare. In the realms of Men, for example, Ores live only in the wildemesses, deep in the forests or high in the mountains. From their secluded hideouts they raid and rampage over the surrounding territory. There is nowhere in the Old World where the threat of marauding zgreenskins is completely unknown, Beyond the realms of Men, Ores and their small Goblin kin are far more numerous, and in some places they are the dominant intelligent creature.
Trolls are not the only monsters to be found there, but they are one of the few creatures able to thrive in this grim and hostile land. In the Troll Country Chaos warbands fight each other for supremacy and Orc armies gather their strength to invade south. On numerous occasions massive Ore armies have swept down from the north, destroying the towns and.
This part of the Old World is known as the Badlands on account of it being dominated by interwarring Ore and Goblin tribes. From the Badlands Ores move northwards into the Border Princes, a violent and battle- tom land shared by Men and Ores, and further north still trough the Black Fire Pass and into the Empire. However, most Orc tribes also include inferior Goblins of lower status.
Tribes vary in size from a few hundred individuals to many thousands of warriors. A tribe is led by a chieftain called a Warboss or, if he is very powerful, a Warlord. Ifa chieftain is very successful other Ore and Goblins will flock to join his tribe and other tribes, will place themselves under his command Green-skinned wartiors will ravel halfway across the Old. World just to fight alongside a particularly powerful Warlord. Tribes grow and become powerful under brave and successful leaders, and then shrink or break apart when their chieftain is eventually.
Only the really big, and powerful tribes impinge upon human or Dwarf history. As such it is a fragmented account but a spectacularly bloody one, punctuated by occasions when, the whole of the Old World stood on the brink of destruction.
Edge Mountains were as much a realm of Orcs as they. The tribes of Men were divided amongst, themselves, with embittered rivalries and long feuds leading to constant warfare and raiding. The Ore and Goblin tribes were engaged in their own wars against each other and against the tribes of Men, so the whole land was dangerous and strife torn.
In the Worlds Edge Mountains the Night Goblins were multiplying deep within theie tunnels, and most of the ancient subterranean realm of the Dwarfs was in the possession of Ores and Se we From out of this turmoil emerged Sigmar, a great leader of Men and the founder of the Empire. Sigmar united the human tribes and forged a mighty army t0 rid the land of, Ores and claim it for his own.
After many battles the Ores, were driven north into the Forest of Shadows and deep into the Great Forest itself, In the east, many oll Dwarf holds were cleared out, and the power of the Ores was broken for many years.
I was a terrible time for the Orcs, who suffered defeat after defeat and never found a leader of their owa to equal Sigmar. Eventually the Ores sent to the east for reinforcements, ind a huge Orc army headed up towards the Black Pass from the Badlands, which in those days encompassed the whole of the area which would come to be known as the Border Princes.
Wild with their casy victory, the Ore army advanced quickly into the pass itself, taking little care to scout ahead or leave a rearguard 10 protect its line of march. The Ore army was destroyed and Sigmar was ultimately victorious. He rose 10 power deep in the Badlands where his tribe, the lronclaws, held the fortress known as the Iron Rock. It lies in the western shadows of Thunder Mountain, and was discovered by the Dwarfs who mined into it creating a labyrinth of tunnels, caverns and partially complete workings.
In a lightning raid Gorbad moved his army through the ancient Dwarf tunnels and smashed the Broken Tooth tribe before they realised what was happening. Crusher Zogoth escaped into the old Dwarf tunnels threatening revenge and Gorbad sent wild Cave Squigs after him. The squealing of the Cave Squigs echoed through the passages of Black Crag for several days, and Night Goblin Squig Hunters were sent in to retrieve them.
Neither Squigs nor Goblins ever returned. From all over the Badland tribes of Orcs and Goblins rushed to join the hhuge army as it gradually moved north As the growing Waaagh moved past Mad Dog Pass it was joined by the Goblin tribes that lived along its tunnel- strewn length, As the army swung westwards by the forest below the Dwarf Hold of Everpeak it was joined by Forest Goblin tribes riding giant spiders and whooping their savage war cries.
The Waaagh crossed Black Fire Pass by night as the skies thundered and lightning crashed about the peaks of the Black Mountains. A small holding force of, Empire troops was swept aside and the Ore army descended into the plains of Averland, Gorbad Ironclaw took the old Dwarf road through Averland, looting and destroying the farms and small towns along its path, The Orc army made camp at the Three Towers, the ancient EIf ruins on the borders of the Moot.
It was a futile gesture. The Ores spent two more days looting the Moot and drinking the contents of its many inns. The Orcs began to loot and pillage in their usual fashion, but Gorbad had other plans.
This caused much grumbling and many heads were knocked sogether just to remind everybody who was boss Nuln was next to feel the power of the Waaagh. Gorbad advanced towards the city from the east, roughly following the line of the river Aver. Nuln was already. The Ores barely slowed their pace at the town walls, but poured over the city gates destroying and, killing in a repetition of the slaughter at Averheim. Gorbad, led his troops in person, wearing the crown of Solland, upon his head and swinging his huge battle axe Morgor the Mangler.
With their troops locked in combat both leaders rushed, forward to add their weight to the battle. Gorbad drove his wolf chariot straight at the Count, its three slavering wolves leaping as one for their enemy's throat.
After every man, woman and beast within fity miles was safely enclosed within the capital he ordered the lands about to be devastated. When the Ores arrived they found fields already burned, wells poisoned, and.
The Orc army therefore lost no time in its usual pillaging, but launched straight into its attack. The first assault was thrown back from Altdor? Gorbad halted the attack and prepared for a long siege. At first his huge rock lobbers pounded the walls and dropped stones within the city, causing considerable damage.
He began to coliect together an aerial force to attack the eity. Four wyverns, from the Worlds Edge Mountains took to the air, swooping and marauding within the city while Goblin doom divers rained down causing panic and consternation. During the height of the fighting Sigismund, was slain as he led a regiment of archers out to defend the palace against wyvern attack.
There were more Goblin tribes still loyal Or 00 afraid to desen, but even they were few compared, to the great days of conquest. Gorbad Ironclaw withdrew to the east, following the river Reik back to the Worlds. Edge Mountains. As his depleted army made its way home it was harried by Dwarfs and Men, and even attacked by Ore tribes that had once fought as part of the Waaagh. As Gorbad headed, back east, the Dwarfs saw their chance to revenge themselves and prepared a trap for the retreating Ore amy.
Gorbad survived but his army was scattered. Divided into many small bands, the Orcs made their way east out of the Old World and recorded history. Perhaps he regained his old power in the Badlands and rebuilt his domain, or maybe he fell to the sword stroke of an ambitious young Ore Warboss before ever reaching the Iron Rock. Its impossible t0 be sure what fate betell the mightiest Ore Wadd of al time, bbut whatever became of him his reputation and memory lives on.
To Ores he has become a great hero whose spin stands beside the gods Gork and Mork in battle. To Men he is a reminder of the terfying destructive power of the Weaagh! Azhag's career of camage began when he was chieftain of a small Ore tribe from the Troll country, His feet were firmly placed upon the road to power when he uncovered a magic artefact, the Crown of Sorcery, in the subterranean, tins of the daemon-haunted city of Todtheim on the edge of the Northern Wastes.
When attacked by marauding Chaos warbands Azhag and, his Ores were forced underground into the labyrinthine ruins of Todtheim. The Orcs spent weeks in the darkness, fighting off the monstrosities that lived in the cursed city. Azhag fought the Troll, and eventually chased it back to its lair where he slew it after a bloody struggle.
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