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Beastmen special character notable for being a noteworthy ungor (and having 2 heads). Killed and scalped the horns off his tribes chief and shaman. It's unclear how seriously to take him as a social revolutionary given the beastmen are anti society already.
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Showed up in the End Times in 'of Ice and Snow' as middle management for the villain, a chaos warrior leading beastmen as a punishment.
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Part of the 7th edition trend of making hero characters into unit upgrades. Never had an official model but an easier conversion than some of his Beastman peers.
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Beastmen special character notable for being a noteworthy ungor (and having 2 heads). Killed and scalped the horns off his tribes chief and shaman. It's unclear how seriously to take him as a social revolutionary given the beastmen are anti society already.

Showed up in the End Times in 'of Ice and Snow' as middle management for the villain, a chaos warrior leading beastmen as a punishment.

Part of the 7th edition trend of making hero characters into unit upgrades. Never had an official model but an easier conversion than some of his Beastman peers.