History Characters / Warhammer40000Orks

12th Sep '17 1:18:52 AM SebastianGray
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* AceCustom: Wazdakka rides [[CoolBike The Bike of the Aporkalypse]], a heavily kustomised warbike that the Bad Ork Biker Mek is constantly tinkering with and upgrading. The exact rules for this warbike tend to change with each edition of the game but they always include a large and powerful ranged weapon[[note]]which was a battle cannon in 2nd Edition and a Dakkakannon during 4th Edition[[/note]] and with massive recoil.



* CoolBike: The Bike of the Aporkalypse.
* DemotedToExtra: Although no longer a playable model as of the 7th edition codex, Wazdakka is mentioned on the Warbikers Datasheet and his Waaagh! is marked on the map of major Ork activity.

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* CoolBike: The Bike of the Aporkalypse.
* DemotedToExtra: Although no longer a playable model as of the 7th edition codex, model, Wazdakka is mentioned on still receives mentions in the Warbikers Datasheet background material every now and his Waaagh! is marked on the map of major Ork activity.again.
12th Sep '17 12:55:30 AM SebastianGray
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The Orks have been a part of ''Warhammer 40,000'' since 1st Edition[[note]]also known as ''Rogue Trader''[[/note]] where they received three sourcebooks: ''Waaargh: Orks'' (focusing on background and painting); ''Freebooterz'' (containing the rules and army list), and '''Ere We Go: Orks in Warhammer 40,000'' (focusing on the Goffs, Snakebites, Blood Axes and Freebooterz). The Orks have received rules in every edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' and appeared in many of the gameís [[GaidenGame spin-offs]] and computer games. The Orks were the focus of two such spin-offs, the 1992 board game ''Battle for Armageddon'' and the 1997 skirmish game ''TabletopGame/{{Gorkamorka}}''. The 8th Edition rules for the Orks can be found in June 2017ís ''Index: Xenos 2''.

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The Orks have been a part of the game from the very beginning with the first ever ''Warhammer 40,000'' model being a special edition Space Orc released a year before the game itself. During the 1st Edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' since 1st Edition[[note]]also [[note]]also known as ''Rogue Trader''[[/note]] where the Space Orks, as they were then known, received three sourcebooks: ''Waaargh: Orks'' (focusing on background and painting); ''Freebooterz'' (containing the rules and army list), and '''Ere We Go: Orks in Warhammer 40,000'' (focusing on the Goffs, Snakebites, Blood Axes and Freebooterz). The Orks dropped the Space part of their name during 2nd Edition and have received rules in every edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' and appeared since, as well as appearing in many of the gameís [[GaidenGame spin-offs]] and computer games. The Orks were the focus of two such spin-offs, the 1992 board game ''Battle for Armageddon'' and the 1997 skirmish game ''TabletopGame/{{Gorkamorka}}''. The 8th Edition rules for the Orks can be found in June 2017ís ''Index: Xenos 2''.
11th Sep '17 2:28:16 AM SebastianGray
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* AceCustom: While everything a Mekboy builds can be classed as a custom job, the Mekís personal conveyance will be a truly unique piece. Whether it is a Warbike, Buggy, Speedsta, Deffkopta, Battlewagon, Wazbom Blastajet, Morkanought, Stompa or Gargant, the vehicle that a Mekboy builds for himself will typically be festooned with a plethora of powerful, if temperamental, experimental weaponry and equipment such as [[DeflectorShields Kustom Force Fields]], [[TractorBeam Lifta-Droppas]] or Destrukta Rokkits.
8th Sep '17 5:40:04 AM SebastianGray
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Da Orks are ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''[='s=] race of greenskinned barbarians, a brutish species that exists only to wage war on everything else in the galaxy - or failing that, themselves.

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Da Orks are ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}''[='s=] ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000''[='s=] race of greenskinned barbarians, a brutish species that exists only to wage war on everything else in the galaxy - or failing that, themselves.



* BeeBeeGun: Buzzer Squigs are a sub-species of squiggly beast that resemble small, fat alien was with massive jaws. Some of the more primitive tribes of Feral Orks and Snakebites will often capture swarms of these ravenous creatures, seal them into containers and fire them at their enemies using crudely constructed artillery known as Squig Catapults.

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* BeeBeeGun: Buzzer Squigs are a sub-species of squiggly beast that resemble small, fat alien was wasps with massive jaws. Some of the more primitive tribes of Feral Orks and Snakebites will often capture swarms of these ravenous creatures, seal them into containers and fire them at their enemies using crudely constructed artillery known as Squig Catapults.
8th Sep '17 5:32:24 AM SebastianGray
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* AbnormalAmmo: The Squig Katapult, whose payload can be easily surmised, and the Shokk Attack Gun, which is best described as a weaponized TeleFrag.

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* AbnormalAmmo: The Squig Katapult, whose payload Some of the more creative artillery weapons made by Mekboyz often fire rather eccentric forms of ammunition ranging from [[EpicFlail rocket propelled flails]] that jump randomly around the battlefield to [[DeflectorShields unstable force field bubbles]] that can be easily surmised, and the Shokk Attack Gun, which is best described as a weaponized TeleFrag.produce random damage when they pop.


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* BeeBeeGun: Buzzer Squigs are a sub-species of squiggly beast that resemble small, fat alien was with massive jaws. Some of the more primitive tribes of Feral Orks and Snakebites will often capture swarms of these ravenous creatures, seal them into containers and fire them at their enemies using crudely constructed artillery known as Squig Catapults.
5th Sep '17 1:54:08 AM SebastianGray
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* EpicFlail: Ork transport vehicles can be equipped with Wreckiní Balls, large spiked balls attached to a crane jib that the passengers and crew can use to crush any enemy who comes too close.
31st Aug '17 1:04:07 AM SebastianGray
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* BellyMouth: The smaller, close assault focused Slasher Gargants often replace their belly gun with a set of mechanical jaws known as a Snapper. The Gargant uses these steam powered jaws to rip and tear pieces from enemy Titans, causing massive damage to the target area.
23rd Jul '17 11:30:19 AM PixelKnight
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[[caption-width-right:335:"Green iz best. Tink different, do ya? Come on, ave a go den ya gits!"]]

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[[caption-width-right:335:"Green iz best. Tink best! Fink different, do ya? Come on, ave 'ave a go den ya gits!"]]
12th Jul '17 1:49:55 AM SebastianGray
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The Orks have been a part of ''Warhammer 40,000'' since 1st Edition[[note]]also known as ''Rogue Trader''[[/note]] where they received three sourcebooks: ''Waaargh: Orks'' (focusing on background and painting); ''Freebooterz'' (containing the rules and army list, and '''Ere We Go: Orks in Warhammer 40,000'' (focusing on the Goffs, Snakebites, Blood Axes and Freebooterz). The Orks have received rules in every edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' and appeared in many of the gameís [[GaidenGame spin-offs]] and computer games. The Orks were the focus of two such spin-offs, the 1992 board game ''Battle for Armageddon'' and the 1997 skirmish game ''TabletopGame/{{Gorkamorka}}''. The 8th Edition rules for the Orks can be found in June 2017ís ''Index: Xenos 2''.

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The Orks have been a part of ''Warhammer 40,000'' since 1st Edition[[note]]also known as ''Rogue Trader''[[/note]] where they received three sourcebooks: ''Waaargh: Orks'' (focusing on background and painting); ''Freebooterz'' (containing the rules and army list, list), and '''Ere We Go: Orks in Warhammer 40,000'' (focusing on the Goffs, Snakebites, Blood Axes and Freebooterz). The Orks have received rules in every edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' and appeared in many of the gameís [[GaidenGame spin-offs]] and computer games. The Orks were the focus of two such spin-offs, the 1992 board game ''Battle for Armageddon'' and the 1997 skirmish game ''TabletopGame/{{Gorkamorka}}''. The 8th Edition rules for the Orks can be found in June 2017ís ''Index: Xenos 2''.
12th Jul '17 1:49:14 AM SebastianGray
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The Orks have been a part of ''Warhammer 40,000'' since 1st Edition[[note]]also known as ''Rogue Trader''[[/note]] where they received three sourcebooks: ''Waaargh: Orks'' (focusing on background and painting); ''Freebooterz'' (containing the rules and army list, and '''Ere We Go: Orks in Warhammer 40,000'' (focusing on the Goffs, Snakebites, Blood Axes and Freebooterz). The Orks have received rules in every edition of ''Warhammer 40,000'' and appeared in many of the gameís [[GaidenGame spin-offs]] and computer games. The Orks were the focus of two such spin-offs, the 1992 board game ''Battle for Armageddon'' and the 1997 skirmish game ''TabletopGame/{{Gorkamorka}}''. The 8th Edition rules for the Orks can be found in June 2017ís ''Index: Xenos 2''.
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