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[WAR Official News] Upcoming Hero: Ozgrot

Discussion in 'Warhammer News' started by WAR Stratics, Oct 26, 2012.

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    "We'z Orcs and we'z da best. Dat's all yew gotta know." - Ozgrot will join Wrath of Heroes next week. Take a first look at the new Greenskin Hero.
    The greenskins that populate the Badlands are known to the world and their (arguably) more advanced kin as Savage Orcs. These brutes eschew metal weapons and armor in favor of raw force. So unshakable is their belief in the Gork (or Mork) given power of warpaint that enemy weapons have been known to simply bounce off of a Savage Orc's paint-smeared hide. It is a belief Ozgrot, affectionately known as 'da Big Booma,' uses to his advantage.
    The erstwhile Shaman of the Blue Face tribe, Ozgrot rose to power following the accidental boiling of the tribe's previous Shaman. According to the Savage Orc, the former Blue Face Shaman jumped into a vat of liquid somewhere in the Badlands. By the time Ozgrot realized that the 'water' was dangerously hot and tried to haul him out, the Shaman had already boiled alive.
    In an effort to preserve the Shaman's knowledge (and his own skin), Ozgrot took his skull back to camp and declared himself the new Shaman. Ozgrot's tale is somewhat outrageous and full of more holes than a Shaman's brain, but his ability to harness and direct da Great Green cannot be denied.

    "Gork says BOOOOOOOM!" – Ozgrot da Big Booma​

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