Rash and stubborn, the prince became more concerned about finding his death than taking up the duties as the future King of Karak Kadrin. Should Ungrim Ironfist not find his death soon, his son will eventually find it, depriving his people a heir to the Kingdom. 
Wishing to lift the burden and shame that his father has endured upon taking the Slayer Oath, the young Prince ritually shaved his head and became a Slayer in hopes of dying in battle to fulfill that purpose. His father did not agree with his method, for by taking up the Slayer Oath the young prince, like his father before him, had foolishly continued the never-ending cycle of shame that has plagued Ungrim's family blood-line for several generations.
Garagrim had devised a plan to fulfill the Slayer vow himself and therefore redeem his family line of its dishonour. He was killed early in the End Times under unclear circumstances thus fulfilling the Slayer vow of his family line. Ungrim, however, unable to bear the loss of his only son, took the Slayer oath once again.
Weapons and Equipment
- 1: The Road of Skulls (Novel) by Joshua Raynold
- 2: Warhammer: Storm of Chaos
- 3: White Dwarf 294 (UK)
- 3a: New Releases, pg. 14