Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka

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Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka

    "I am Warlord Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka and I speak with the word of da Godz. I am the prophet from da WAAAGH! and whole worlds burn in my bootprints.” — Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka

Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, the self-proclaimed Prophet of the Waaagh!, known throughout the Empire as The Beast of Armageddon, is the Orc Warlord of the Waaagh! Ghazghkull and currently the most notorious warboss of the 41st millennium. He is notorious for his actions during the Second and Third Armageddon Wars. Ghazghkull is a particularly megalomaniac orc, convinced he is blessed by the orc gods Gork and Mork. Possessing a significant level of cunning, in combat he focuses more on commanding his troops than other Warbosses, only engaging in combat at critical moments.

When the galaxy-spanning empire of mankind first encountered Ghazghkull, his leaders assumed he was like all other orc warlords before him. Maybe he was bigger and stronger than most, but nothing more. After several battles, they grudgingly admitted that Ghazghkull possessed more animal cunning than the other leaders of his wild species, but still gave him little credit.

A few of his human adversaries began to understand the magnitude of Ghazghkull's ambition, but it was not until the time of the Third War for Armageddon that they realized that this was an orc warlord far beyond anything they had encountered before. Those opponents who have underestimated Ghazghkull only do so once, as they rarely survive contact with the Warlord. The few lucky enough to escape speak of brute force and armies without numbers - all guided by the same grand vision.

Unlike other orcs, Ghazghkull has demonstrated a remarkable ability to learn from his mistakes - growing stronger and more cunning with each fight. Over the years he has refined his tactics and developed new strategies based on his observations in previous battles.

Even more threatening to his enemies, Ghazghkull has developed the ability to experiment - to try new concepts in order to refine them better. Whether the voices Ghazghkull hears in his head are really those of Gork and Mork is unknown. What is undeniable, however, is that the sly orc appears to have some prescient ability. Again and again the Ork Warlord shows up in the right place at exactly the right time.

Ghazghkull has proven himself a master strategist, the greatest of his kind. He outmaneuvers his enemies, rolling over their attacks and dodging their carefully laid traps as if anticipating them in advance. In his protracted campaigns, Ghazghkull has proven himself a master organizer, whose prepared attacks rival the meticulous battle plans of the Astra Militarum.

However, there is none of the hidden tactician in Ghazghkull, for he is an innovator and a cunning opportunist, always ready to shift his troops around to take advantage of an opponent's sudden weakness. And there aren't any fighters more brutal - taking more pleasure in crushing their enemies - than the rugged, battle-loving warriors of WAAAGH! Ghazghkull.

As some of the Empire's top tactical minds have learned, Ghazghkull is their strategic adversary - or more. But the news is getting worse for those who would resist the approaching green wave. Ghazghkull's hordes are ever more numerous and skilled, and under his influence he gathers not only mindless followers eager to do his bidding, but also powerful warlords who would not bow to the rule of any other orc save Ghazghkull .

Relying on his own unparalleled superiority, Ghazghkull has avoided a common pitfall among his green-skinned peers - trying to do everything himself. Other warlords feel they must always lead the charge and lead all attacks while keeping their own lieutenants as vigilant as the enemy; After all, it is a personal disaster for a warlord to be outdone in deeds by one of his subordinates.


Makari was an exceptionally fortunate grot, surviving to a ripe old age of nine standard years before finally meeting his accidental end beneath his massive master's rump.

Brave Gretchin served the mighty Ghazghkull Thraka himself as the self-proclaimed flag-waver, surviving countless battles in increasingly unlikely ways.

Ghazghkull saw Makari as something of a mascot. When the grot's remains were peeled from its boss' rump, Makari's wobbly stalk was reclaimed, hosed down, and put into service as a formidable boss pole.

Luck still surrounds Da Lucky Stikk, although the backlash when things go wrong can be surprisingly brutal.

The tale of Makari's death after Ghazghkull sat on him may have been spread by Imperial propagandists trying to humiliate the great orc warlord, since in the Indomitus era Makari was still observed following Ghazghull into battle.

This kit builds a Ghazghkull Thraka and a Makari. It is comprised of 61 plastic components and is supplied with one Citadel 80mm Round Base and one Citadel 25mm Round Base.


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