June 23, 2015

Dwarfs of Karak Thorinkin march to battle at Panzershrek

"King Druegar Stromnisson surveyed the massed ranks of Dwarfs spread out before him with pride. As the Old World burned in the flames of the End Times the Dwarfs of Karak Thorinkin remained strong and resolute having seen off massed assaults by Skaven and Goblin hordes from the surrounding mountains and (barely) defeated the undead and Daemonic hosts that seemed to be spilling in an endless horde from the lands of Tilea to the holds South and Bretonnia to its North.  But now news had reached the hold of the disasters befalling their kindred in the World's Edge Mountains and throughout the other ranges of the Old World. With their ancestral lands safe (for the moment) the King had decided to dispatch a throng to aid their kin in the nearest Dwarven stronghold of Karak Izor.  Now arrayed before the mighty gates of Karak Thorinkin the Throng saluted their King and began their long march to victory to Panzershrek...."
The Throng amassed before the gates of Karak Thorinkin
Once again my beautiful Dwarves are off to do battle this time at Panzershrek in July an ETC 2400pt tournament hosted by my local club and exceptionally well organised by club member Jeff Kent.  Will be their last official event outing under 8th Ed rules so I'll be making the most of it....

The Throngs BSB (Shield & MR Grungi) and the Runesmiths of Clan Vagar (General w. 2+/5++ & Ro Spellbreaking & Runesmith w. 2+/PS & Ro Spellbreaking)
Warriors of Clan Beordin (38 with GW and Full Command)
Warriors of Clan Ragnell (38 with GW and Full Command)
Hammerers of Clan Theolik (24 with Full Command & Master Rune of Groth the One-Eyed)
1 of 2 Grudgethrowers (1 with Ro Accuracy, 1 with Ro Accuracy & Ro Burning)
1 of 2 Gyrobombers
Rangers of Clan Morgral (2 units of 10 with Musicians)

I really really enjoy playing 8th Ed WHFB and using big blocks of troops so hoping like hell that things don't change to much in 9th Ed as it would a shame not be able to field armies like this anymore.

King Druegar Stromnisson - not marching forth (this time)

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