Grashrak's Despoilers

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Grand Alliance Chaos
Faction Beasts of Chaos
Brayherds
Sub-Faction Allherd
Leader Grashrak Fellhoof
Members Korsh the Sneak
Murghoth Half-Horn
Ushkor
Draknar
Gnarl

Grashrak's Despoilers are a Brayherd warband of six bestial Gor-kin, who hate all things pure with an intensity far beyond reasonable comprehension. Like many of their tainted kind they are driven by an unrelenting desire to rip apart and raze down all signs of civilization.[1] The Despoilers are ferocious and deadly monsters, and they are rivals all. Each seeks to prove that he, and he alone, belongs at the apex of their hierarchy, and all will commit any act of savage slaughter to prove it.[2]

History

This brutal herd of Gor-kin has left a trail of death and destruction from the Gnawing Forest to the Wrything Hills. Their rampage eventually led them into the tunnels that lead to the Beastgrave, where they hope to find new beings and marvels to smash asunder.[1]

Members

Grashrak Fellhoof

Main article: Grashrak Fellhoof

Grashrak Fellhoof is a Bray-Shaman, a twisted prophet of the Dark Gods festooned with sacrificial trophies and crude flint hag-stones. Grashrak speaks the foul words of the bloodspittle tongue and conjures the mutating energies of Chaos to rend his victims’ flesh and broil their souls. He rules his savage herd through fear alone; there is no loyalty amongst the beastmen, and only his underlings’ terror of Grashrak’s god-touched powers keeps them from ripping him apart and devouring him.[2]

Draknar

Main article: Draknar

Grashrak’s champion and enforcer is Draknar, a towering Bestigor whose martial might and iron-wrought wargear raise him head and shoulders above the rest of the warband. For now, Draknar is content to follow Grashrak’s commands, for the Bray-Shaman has led him to many a rich killing field and orgy of slaughter. Should that ever change, however, even the Fellhoof’s sorcerous powers will not be enough to prevent Draknar from attempting to bury an axe in his skull and claim rulership of the warband for his own.[2]

Murghoth Half-Horn

Main article: Korsh the Sneak

Murghoth is a member of the band of ungors that do Grashnak's bidding, each vying between themselves to seize the best trophies from their luckless victims and thus prove their worth to their Dark Gods. This swaggering taunting brute is the first amongst these degenerates while Ushkor and Gnarl vie to steal his spot.[2]

Ushkor

Main article: Ushkor

Ushkor is a member of the band of ungors that do Grashnak's bidding, each vying between themselves to seize the best trophies from their luckless victims and thus prove their worth to their Dark Gods. He competes for Murgoth's place in the warband against Gnarl. The hatred these ungor feel for each other is only eclipsed by that they bear towards their prey, and in battle they set aside their rivalries for as much time as is necessary to put their victims to the sword. The hatred these ungor feel for each other is only eclipsed by that they bear towards their prey, and in battle they set aside their rivalries for as much time as is necessary to put their victims to the sword.[2]

Gnarl

Main article: Ushkor

Gnarl is a member of the band of ungors that do Grashnak's bidding, each vying between themselves to seize the best trophies from their luckless victims and thus prove their worth to their Dark Gods. He competes for Murgoth's place in the warband against Ushkor. The hatred these ungor feel for each other is only eclipsed by that they bear towards their prey, and in battle they set aside their rivalries for as much time as is necessary to put their victims to the sword.[2]

Korsh the Sneak

Main article: Korsh the Sneak

Korsh is a member of the band of ungors that do Grashnak's bidding, each vying between themselves to seize the best trophies from their luckless victims and thus prove their worth to their Dark Gods. Korsh, who is known as the Sneak, avoids their backbiting wherever possible; the weathered old ungor has lived long enough to know that often, he who watches and waits while his rivals slaughter one another emerges on top in the end. The hatred these ungor feel for each other is only eclipsed by that they bear towards their prey, and in battle they set aside their rivalries for as much time as is necessary to put their victims to the sword.[2]

Miniatures

Sources

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Nightvault Stormsire's CursebreakersThorns of the Briar QueenEyes of the NineZarbag's GitzMollog's MobGodsworn HuntYlthari's GuardiansThundrik's Profiteers
Beastgrave Grashrak's DespoilersSkaeth's Wild HuntGrymwatchRippa's SnarlfangsWurmspatHrothgorn's MantrappersMorgwaeth's Blade-covenMorgok's Krushas
Dreadfane Ironsoul's CondemnorsLady Harrow's Mournflight
Direchasm Myari's PurifiersDread PageantKhagra's RavagersStarblood StalkersCrimson CourtHedkrakka's MadmobKainan's ReapersElathain's Soulraid
Harrowdeep Xandire's TruthseekersDa Kunnin' KrewBlackpowder's BuccaneersExiled Dead
Nethermaze ShadebornSkittershank's ClawpackHexbane's HuntersGorechosen of Dromm
Gnarlwood Gnarlspirit PackSons of VelmornGrinkrak's LooncourtGryselle's Arenai
Wyrdhollow Domitan's StormcovenEphilim's PandaemoniumHeadsmen's CurseSkabbik's Plaguepack
Deathgorge Cyreni's RazorsThricefold DiscordDaggok's Stab-LadzZondara's Gravebreakers
Brayherds
Units Gor (Beastlord - Bestigor - Great Bray-Shaman - Warrior) - Centigor (Warrior) - Tuskgor - Tuskgor Chariot - Tzaangor (Enlightened - Shaman - Skyfire - Warrior) - Ungor (Raider - Warrior)
Characters Ghosteater - Gluhak - Gnakh - Gnargrok - Manglepaw - Scarbelly - Surlok One-horn - Wyrmhoof
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