Wednesday, February 28, 2007

The Rookie

As the other Kharg and the OTHER other Kharg head westward in search of Valandil, the orcs decide to give their new rookie Captain a first-day-on-the-job to remember. But the joke is lost on poor Krunk. Much like his spear, he's got things all backwards and doesn't see the point.

I was always of the opinion that in the official Warlord fiction, Dantral took himself way too seriously and that a little time with my orcs ought to do him some good.

The bit about fighting companies and losing the Enrage ability are outdated rules references. At one time in order for an orc to have the Enrage ability that increased his attack and lowered his defense was to be part of a company made up of only Bull Orcs (the tusky-faded big bad orcs). 

Thursday, February 22, 2007

Kharg Trek

Kharg chooses a small troop to join him on a mission for Greka.

In spite of what some folks might think, the name Fourthorc predates Taco Bell's Fourthmeal by almost half a year. Fourthorc is sorto of the antiGurgh in that, in spite of having something bad happening to him every time he rounds the corner, he never ever expects it.

Thursday, February 15, 2007


While the rest of the camp is in chaos, Gaaguk gets his first taste of live-action roleplaying, but will his grand ambitions in the make-believe world of Biggie-Burger get the best of him?

The idea for the reality-based RPG came from a comic strip by Tim "Talin" Collier that used to be featured in Reaper's Casketworks catalogue.  One particular strip featured Gragg Elfslayer (my favourite orc) tearing up an office building. 

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Three of a Kind

Resurrecting an army is never cheap, as Varaug's three "volunteers" soon find out.

More game-related humour here..sorry.

Kharg was "non-unique" meaning you could have more than one of him in your army build. I had three, and converted each a little to be able to tell them apart.

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