Cult of Ulric
"Ulric give me the fangs of the wolf," "Ulric give me the claws of the wolf," "Ulric give me the coat of the wolf," "And I will show your enemies the mercy of the wolf." Ulrican Prayer. The Cult of Ulric, known also as the Church of Ulric or the Ulrican Cult, is a state-official religious organisation that administrates the worship and prayers of the followers of Ulric, God of War, Winter and Wolves. Second only in power and influence to that of the Cult of Sigmar, the Cult of Ulric is…
Dwarven regal helm by Artigas on DeviantArt
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Anão Dourado (Gold dwarf)
Gold dwarves, also known as hill dwarves,11 were the aloof, confident and sometimes proud subrace of dwarves that predominantly came from the Great Rift. They were known to be particularly stalwart warriors and shrewd traders. Gold dwarves were often trained specifically to battle the horrendous...
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The King under the Mountain by Ozakuya on DeviantArt
Watercolor. "Suddenly there was a great shout, and from the Gate came a trumpet call. They had forgotten Thorin! Part of the wall, moved by levers, fell... The King under the Mountain
Now that I'm following with interest the Oldhammer community, I have to confess that in the early nineties, I did everything NOT to play Warhammer. I've bought and shortly tested Nick Lund's game 'Fantasy Warriors' then Gary Chalk and Ian Bailey's 'Fanstasy Warlord', with mitigated success in both cases, since I've only played two battles. If the models produced by Grenadier for 'Fantasy Warriors' were quite good (understandable with sculptors such as Nick Lund, Mark Copplestone or Bob…
D&D's Bruenor Design, Brian Matyas
Bruenor from Dungeons & Dragons contracted by Wizards of the Coast. Almost a complete design overhaul for him. I had fun to exploring the design language for his dwarven culture on this one.