The Door Master

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  1. Dang, really was wanting to see one for the Merwyrm. Not a big deal though. : P
  2. So I recently saw Kong Skull Island, and by Gorkamorka did it have some awesome looking monsters. So it got me thinking, what would some of the monsters of Ghur look and act like? We know of some from the art from destruction battletomes, the Forge World models, and even City of Secrets. So, good people of the Stronghold, what types of fantastic beasts would you like to see in the Realm of Ghur?
  3. This is really awesome and gets me more motivated to write some more lore.
  4. Tribe Name: The Purple Crown Leader: Ganetous War Cry: ALL BELONGS TO THE CROWN!!! Faction: Gutbusters, Maneaters Realm: The Realm of Beasts (Ghur) In the great Sea of the Colossi of Ghur, no pirate kingdom is as respected or feared as The Purple Crown. Plundering, raiding, and enslaving the coastal cities in their hulking War-Barges, seeking out vast treasurers and foods for the Crown; war-songs and cannon fire are the only warning of an attack by the covetous pirates. Draped in purple and red apparel, and brandishing weapons and armour varying from pig-iron to sigmarite; all who serve The Purple Crown value pride in their colours, iconography, and style. With swagger and glee, they are symbols of avarice too the extreme, even for Ogors. Many of The Purple Crown are made up former Maneaters, many joining the diabolical of their own accord, but those who don't are usually shown why they should by force. The grand leader of The Purple Crown is the Tyrant Ganetous, a powerful and dark pig-like daemon of an Ogor. She wields a Great Gutgouger, and is adorned in resplendent armour, silken robes, and the Purple Crown its self. Ruling over her strongholds and cities with an iron-fist, Ganetous seeks to claim all in the great Sea of the Colossi as her own and uses the most powerful War-Barge, The Crown Jewel, to accomplish this endeavor. A dark rumor surround this most greed fueled of Tyrants; some speak that Ganetous is not a true Ogre, but a daemon long forgotten and bound in the Purple Crown, now made manifest to lead her new found following of Ogors to glory through avarice. Such thing could only be a rumor though, right? The Brewer of Leviathan Grog, Butcher of Shantoth Port, Baron of Mad Rum, and Cook of the Godbeasts. Blubbazz Groggut; a name that is met with cheers and song, absolute dread, or all three. A Butcher and Brew-master of renown and infamy like no other; depending the amount he has been drinking and what brew it was, he could meat you with food and drink, or turn you into his next recipe. When met on a good day, Blubbazz Groggut will often share his merciless tales of his bizarre adventures. Stories such as the time he made a brew so strong it knocked a Gargant out after one gulp, how he's cooked for Godbeasts, fed a crew of Kharadron Overlords so much their ship became land bound, or that he drank with Gorkamorka. But stories from a mad Ogor should most likely not be believed. Blubbazz Groggut has great respect for Ganetous, and is honored to be the High Butcher of The Purple Crown. View Page
  5. In the great Sea of the Colossi of Ghur, no pirate kingdom is as respected or feared as The Purple Crown. Plundering, raiding, and enslaving the coastal cities in their hulking War-Barges, seeking out vast treasurers and foods for the Crown; war-songs and cannon fire are the only warning of an attack by the covetous pirates. Draped in purple and red apparel, and brandishing weapons and armour varying from pig-iron to sigmarite; all who serve The Purple Crown value pride in their colours, iconography, and style. With swagger and glee, they are symbols of avarice too the extreme, even for Ogors. Many of The Purple Crown are made up former Maneaters, many joining the diabolical of their own accord, but those who don't are usually shown why they should by force. The grand leader of The Purple Crown is the Tyrant Ganetous, a powerful and dark pig-like daemon of an Ogor. She wields a Great Gutgouger, and is adorned in resplendent armour, silken robes, and the Purple Crown its self. Ruling over her strongholds and cities with an iron-fist, Ganetous seeks to claim all in the great Sea of the Colossi as her own and uses the most powerful War-Barge, The Crown Jewel, to accomplish this endeavor. A dark rumor surround this most greed fueled of Tyrants; some speak that Ganetous is not a true Ogre, but a daemon long forgotten and bound in the Purple Crown, now made manifest to lead her new found following of Ogors to glory through avarice. Such thing could only be a rumor though, right? The Brewer of Leviathan Grog, Butcher of Shantoth Port, Baron of Mad Rum, and Cook of the Godbeasts. Blubbazz Groggut; a name that is met with cheers and song, absolute dread, or all three. A Butcher and Brew-master of renown and infamy like no other; depending the amount he has been drinking and what brew it was, he could meat you with food and drink, or turn you into his next recipe. When met on a good day, Blubbazz Groggut will often share his merciless tales of his bizarre adventures. Stories such as the time he made a brew so strong it knocked a Gargant out after one gulp, how he's cooked for Godbeasts, fed a crew of Kharadron Overlords so much their ship became land bound, or that he drank with Gorkamorka. But stories from a mad Ogor should most likely not be believed. Blubbazz Groggut has great respect for Ganetous, and is honored to be the High Butcher of The Purple Crown.
  6. With the release of the new Disciples of Tzeentch and Stormcast books putting multiple armies into one Battletome, the thought crossed me, if it was likely that the other Ogor factions would share the same treatment. Maneaters and Firebellies are both one of (if not the) smallest armies and it would be easy to give them the ability to more easily alley with Gutbusters.
  7. This was a very fun contest. Can't wait to see what future contests hold. Ademo did an astounding job!
  8. Not sure how I'll do, but it's pretty great seeing so many amazing tribes. Exited to see how this turns out and hope people like The Balebone Cabal.
  9. Looks like my tribe will be getting a noble soon!
  10. From an ancient city of never ending ghostly flame, the bones of dark beasts, and malicious Baleglyphs; come the Fimir of The Balebone Cabal. These loathsome warriors have great talent in the dark arts, erecting Fell towers to lure ships and warbands into there dark city of Mau'Torek. Those unfortunates who find themselves falling for this trap see Mau'Torek as no more than ruins and the towering skeletons of great beasts.But when The Balebone Cabal wills it, the illusion shall fade, and the foolish wanderers soon see the need to fear the Fimir as their Baleglyph weapons break the minds and bodies of the weak. The Balebone Cabal is located in the hunted islands of the Realm of Ghur, but ominous tales of their appearances have spread through the Realms of Ulgu, Shyish, and Aqshy. To most this would seem impossible, but through the rituals of the Dirach Balefields, The Balebone Cabal are able to construct temporary baleful realmgates. These same powers are used in most constructions, turning the bones of great beast into Baleglyph weapons and Fell Constructs to bring fear to their foes. All that is known of their leader is a name spoken in shadows, Maku-Drax. When The Balebone Cabal goes to war a ghostly fog covers the battle field, with dark clouds forming a malevolent eye, shooting out arcane bolts with the chanting of the name Maku-Drax. From the fog come Fimir Warriors, Nobels, and Dirach Balefields; assisted by the monstrous Basilisks and Merwyrms. They are The Balebone Cabal, and with baleful powers they shall crush the weak. Mau'Torek Shall Rise!
  11. Tribe Name: The Balebone Cabal Leader: Maku-Drax War Cry: Mau'Torek Shall Rise! Faction: Monstrous Arcanum Realm: The Realm of Beasts (Ghur) From an ancient city of never ending ghostly flame, the bones of dark beasts, and malicious Baleglyphs; come the Fimir of The Balebone Cabal. These loathsome warriors have great talent in the dark arts, erecting Fell towers to lure ships and warbands into there dark city of Mau'Torek. Those unfortunates who find themselves falling for this trap see Mau'Torek as no more than ruins and the towering skeletons of great beasts.But when The Balebone Cabal wills it, the illusion shall fade, and the foolish wanderers soon see the need to fear the Fimir as their Baleglyph weapons break the minds and bodies of the weak. The Balebone Cabal is located in the hunted islands of the Realm of Ghur, but ominous tales of their appearances have spread through the Realms of Ulgu, Shyish, and Aqshy. To most this would seem impossible, but through the rituals of the Dirach Balefields, The Balebone Cabal are able to construct temporary baleful realmgates. These same powers are used in most constructions, turning the bones of great beast into Baleglyph weapons and Fell Constructs to bring fear to their foes. All that is known of their leader is a name spoken in shadows, Maku-Drax. When The Balebone Cabal goes to war a ghostly fog covers the battle field, with dark clouds forming a malevolent eye, shooting out arcane bolts with the chanting of the name Maku-Drax. From the fog come Fimir Warriors, Nobels, and Dirach Balefields; assisted by the monstrous Basilisks and Merwyrms. They are The Balebone Cabal, and with baleful powers they shall crush the weak. Mau'Torek Shall Rise! View Page
  12. When I saw Grot Sky Pirates, all I could think of was this image.
  13. This might just be me, but I feel that (based on the name alone) the Frostlord would have some type of ice related powers/magic.
  14. For my Ogor army, I'm most likely going to situate them in a more snowy tundra part of Ghur. When I eventually get some Fimir, I'm going to put them in a nice, misty, swamp (probably with some mystical rocks of some kind.)
  15. I was thinking recently, how would people feel about a new race for the forces of destruction? And what would you want it to be? I would want to see some form of insect or fish people.