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Just inside the nation of Ind is a coastal city called the City of Spires. The rulers of Ind are said to be attended by many servants and slaves, as well as being wealthy and generous.
The Sea of Claws is roughly equivalent to the real world Baltic Sea. The Sea is mentioned in many of the settings sourcebooks and maps.
Its name comes from its abundance of sea creatures. On the shores of Sea of Claws are Empire , Kislev , Bretonnia , Norsca and also the great city of Marienburg roughly equivalent to 17th century Amsterdam.
On the shores of sea is located Norsca city of Olricstaad. The Elves were the third civilized race to walk the world. Brought from creation by the Old Ones, the Elves showed an adeptness to magic.
Torn asunder many thousands of years ago by a great civil war, there are three major nations of Elves.
In the first edition of the game, there were two other Elven armies noted: The Dwarfs live in city fortresses dug into the mountains of the Old World.
Their Chaos brethren occupy one huge towering city in the lands to the south east of the Old World. In many ways, Chaos Dwarves are the mirror-images of Dwarves.
Where Warhammer Dwarves shun most magic save for Runic magic, which is unique to this race Chaos Dwarves have embraced it; where Dwarves worship their Ancestor Gods, Chaos Dwarves have turned to the worship of the evil Hashut, Father of Darkness; where Dwarves abhor slavery and "greenskin" races Goblins, Orcs and the like , Chaos Dwarves hold masses of slaves and are allied with or are overlords of many greenskin tribes and peoples.
They are even responsible for the creation of the Black Orcs. Chaos Dwarves are depicted as having a rather Mesopotamian look; they wear Assyrian-style armor and sausage-curled beards.
The main physical difference between them and ordinary Dwarves is that Chaos Dwarves have long tusks jutting up out of their lower jaws.
Their capital city is in the form of a huge ziggurat , called Zharr-Naggrund. They hate or despise all outsiders, and especially hate other Dwarves, who see their existence as an intolerable dishonor to the Dwarf race, meriting extinction.
Chaos Dwarves were introduced through the magazine White Dwarf, and even given a limited rulebook of their own.
Unfortunately, the model range never caught on, and was slowly abandoned. However, Games Workshop has recently hinted they may try rereleasing the Chaos Dwarves figurine line much to the enjoyment of its loyal cult following.
Inspired by the Fomorians of Celtic myth , they are depicted as humanoid, cyclopean creatures with barbed tails and beak-like snouts, with skins that varied from a dark green to a muddy brown colour.
They are described as being part Daemon. The Fimir inhabit the wetlands of the Warhammer world, typically within crudely constructed fortifications resembling nothing more than a pile of rocks.
From these locations, the Fimir raid the homes of humans, taking captives for daemonic sacrifices. The Fimir loathe sunlight, and are followed by wreaths of mist to shield them from it, and their homes are always shrouded by it.
Fimir society is divided into a caste system, consisting of Meargh, the Dirach, the warriors, and the Shearl. The Meargh - also known as witch-hags - are the leaders of Fimir colonies, as well as the only females.
The Dirach - described as "daemon-friends" - are a caste of wizards specialising in the worshipping of Daemons. The warrior caste - consisting of Fimm warriors , Fianna Fimm elite warriors , and the various nobles - take the brunt of raiding and fighting.
The Shearls - the slaves of a Fimir settlement - exist only to work and die. The ruling Meargh hold the clans together. In the event of a Meargh's death, the Fimir of her stronghold separate, either working as mercenaries for other evil creatures or seeking out another clan to join.
However the Meargh is sterile and therefore unable to breed. So as to replenish their numbers the Fimir kidnap young fertile human women to use as breeding stock.
The Fimir were created at the behest of Games Workshop 's then-owner, Bryan Ansell who wanted a race "to be as distinctive of Warhammer as the Broo are of Runequest".
There are two Fimir miniatures at the "correct scale" i. One can also find Fimir by Nick Bibby the size of ogres, although these obviously do not integrate well with the "correctly" scaled models.
Original concept sketches of the miniatures made by Jes Goodwin represented human-sized creatures and the published characteristics of the Fimir reflected this fact.
However, when Nick Bibby started to sculpt the Fimir miniatures, he made them ogre-sized, leading to them being disproportionately weak for the size of their figurine in WFB.
It was officially decided that this was the fault of the authors. Sold Down the River , published in Games Workshop described such races as being in "interminable hiatus".
Where in the article on the Gnoblar Horde, a new army list, there is a background piece on boglars, a sub-species of gnoblar that live in marshes.
It says that "A large tribe in the Marshes of Madness have been rumored to be in alliance with strange, cyclopean creatures. The Fimir were mentioned in the time of Legends novel 'Empire', where creatures matching their description were encountered living in the marshes.
Fimir are referenced by name in the "Marshland" entry of the terrain rules section of the 8th Edition Warhammer Fantasy Battles rulebook. The July "Storm of Magic" supplement has, at last, reintroduced Fimir into the Warhammer tabletop game, in the form of a Dirach wizard called a Balefiend, which can be used as a bound monster by any Warhammer army.
The character is now a full-fledged monstrous infantry i. In December , Warhammer Forge revealed three new models to be released in Q1 of as part of the supplement titled Monstrous Arcana.
In recent editions they have been reimagined to have been originally created by the Old Ones, thus being the second civilization to come to the Warhammer world.
Preceded by the Old Ones and succeeded by the Elves to aid in their great genetic works, the Slann now lead the Lizardmen through prophesies containing ancient instructions from their gods, who may or may not some day return.
They are mostly referred to in general as "Greenskins" for obvious reasons. The magic they use is called Waaaagh! Hobgoblins can also be found as slaves or slavers within realm of the Chaos Dwarves.
The toughest and most disciplined of the Orcs are the Black Orcs. These mean beasts are "armed to da teef" and are covered in heavy black armour.
This is one reason why they are called Black Orcs, the other being their unusually dark green skin compared to their brethren. The most unusual thing about these Orks is that they take care of their weapons and armour to an extent , cleaning them after each battle, while the other orcs like to leave pieces of their foes stuck to their gear.
Another form of Orc are the Savage Orcs, who, rather than use the modern technology of armour, language, and weapons of their cousins, stayed in their primitive savage form.
Using mainly stones as their weapons, the Savage Orcs rush madly into battle, some clinging upon wild boars with only their feet. Lore of Fire offers decent offensive spells and the Firebelly himself is a useful hero, with some solid combat abilities.
If you already have a Slaughtermaster for the Lore of the Great Maw take it on him if you can, he can make more use out of it than a Butcher and just want a straight blast-em caster, Firebelly is the way to go, especially if you have some pesky Ethereal models to deal with.
Overall Lore of the Great Maw is all round fantastic and should be used on a Level 4 Slaughtermaster! Great Maw allows you to buff your guys to the high heavens, replenish lost wounds on your Slaughtermaster opening him up to making him a vicious challenger and just overall beat your opponents into submission.
Not as powerful as other unique Lores, but for Ogres it does the job While Ogres have some really awesome offensive stuff available to them, it's just as important to remember the opponents magic phase.
Since you don't have cheap, cheerful casters or any back line to bunker them in you won't typically have scrolls or other minor items to give you a leg up.
Combined with this, a general lack of good armor, wards or magic resistance can be bad news for your flabtastic dudes.
It's really important that you understand which spells are a major threat to you and focus on dispelling them even if it means eating some damage along the way.
Of particular note is Purple Sun of Xereus which is horrendously damaging to Ogres and needs to respected it'll kill an entire Gutstar in one cast if you don't take care of it.
You can certainly play around it, but this is not just any damage spell. Things like this hyper killy but situationally tricky to use spells are the perfect reason to take chaff units to ensure your opponent has to deploy his magebunker before you throw down your main combat units.
Simply deploying well can make Purple Sun substantially less bothersome because of it's random movement and limited range.
Fortunately your Ogres are fucking amazing so even if you do have to let a few other spells go, you are generally less vulnerable than other armies due to high toughness and strength for Dwellers and your guys are badass enough to win even against buffed infantry.
Mostly big charges to make use of all those impact hits and brawling with infantry, very little can go toe to toe with Ogres but be aware of the ones that can.
Keep your models reasonably spread out to reduce the chance of flank charges and give you space to maneuver. You will need to dictate combat or your smaller units will be swarmed to death by most other armies.
For lower point games , , or even you need to spend most of your points on your main unit bulls or Ironguts , and your characters.
Then have some smaller units of sabertusks for example to hold your flanks because if your flanks are good then you can charge whatever is in front and you will most likely win bring the dragonhide banner to ensure that.
Ultra hard to kill and while putting out great damage in return. They tend to be overlooked in favour for the more brute force of the ogre bulls, but it is said that half the battle is won through deployment.
Now look at those 2 point gnoblars, you can field a massive load of them in tiny units, thus forcing the enemy to deploy his important units first so that you counter deploy.
All of these in a unit with 15 Bulls in a 6x3 Horde formation. You have to get into combat now, every turn out of CC is dead ogres from all those war machines.
The other option is to get something, anything that moves fast enough to go hunt said war machines down. Secondly you need to win combat fast, the longer the fight the better for the undead as even zombies can kill ogres given enough time.
Also, Cracks, Call and Globe can wreck havok in your lines , just take care around the weapons teams and war machines, they are inaccurate to the point of crazy but if they do roll well they can ruin your day in a hurry.
Their Warp Lightning Cannon is your death, as it cannot be stopped like other cannonballs. Also beware the Doomwheel. Ads by Project Wonderful!
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