Gorfang Rotgut

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"Let it be known to all that on this day the blackest of marks is made against the squatter king of Black Crag. By the most heinous of urk treachery did he breach the forgotten ways of Karak Azul to perpetrate the most egregious of crimes against King Kazador and the dawi of the Iron Peak. No oaths, no deeds, no acts of vengeance shall ever efface this shame."

—The Karak Azul Book of Grudges By Logan, Loremaster of Karak Azul, on behalf of King Kazador.[1]
Gorfang Rotgut
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Overview
FactionRed Fangs, Greenskins
CategoryLord, Orc Warboss
Unit size1

Overview[edit | edit source]

Gorfang Rotgut is an Orc Warboss and the leader of the Red Fangs tribe. He can serve as an opponent for Grimgor Ironhide and perhaps the Dwarfs in the surrounding lands.

Background[edit | edit source]

Gorfang Rotgut, also known as the Troll-Eater, is the chieftain of the Red Fang and Broken Toof tribes and the King of Black Crag, the former ancient Dwarf hold known originally as Karak Drazh.

Gorfang is an immensely strong Orc. He lost an eye at the Battle of the Jaws, and wears an iron patch to cover the wound. Many of his battles have been fought against Dwarfs, including the siege of Barak Varr and the attack on Karak Azul. As a result of his long struggles, Gorfang has acquired an unreasoning hatred of the Dwarf race.

Over the centuries, many tribes have fought over and occupied Black Crag, and the most powerful tribe has always taken the crag as its newfound home. Gorfang's tribe, the Red Fangs, is currently the most powerful Orc tribe within the area around the western end of Death Pass. Gorfang has subjugated most of the local Orc tribes and has since allied himself with the Night Goblins of Karak Eight Peaks, whose leader is the old and infamously cunning Skarsnik. The two leaders enjoy an uneasy alliance, with Skarsnik controlling the mountains around Karak Eight Peaks and the eastern end of Death Pass, while Gorfang controls the western end and the adjoining area.[2]

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