Glam

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Glam the Laughing Warrior is a famous Wardancer who fights alongside Scarloc and his Wood Elf warriors. [1a]

In battle he leaps and bounds, laughing with exhilaration and joy as he kills foes with ease and the last thing many intruders into Athel Loren hear is his ululating, wild cry. [1a]

Appearance

He sports a great mane of red hair, coating it in fat to make it stand up - proud and intimidating. [1a]

Weapon and Equipment

  • 5th Edition: Two Hand Weapons. May have a Magic Item. [1a]

Sources

Wood Elves
Units Branchwraith - Deepwood Scout - Dryad - Eternal Guard - Falconer - Glade Guard - Glade Lord - Glade Rider - Great Eagle - Shapechanger - Sister of the Thorn - Spellsinger - Spellweaver - Tree Kin - Treeman - Treeman Ancient - Wardancer - Warhawk Rider - Warrior Kinband - Waystalker - Waywatcher - Wild Rider - Wildwood Rangers - Wood Elf Beastmaster - Wood Elf Noble
Characters Adanhu - Allisara‎‎ - Araloth - Ariel - Athelwyn - Breas - Ceithin-Har - Cirienvel - Coeddil - Daith - Drycha - Elessa - Galstra Treeborn - Glam - Gyferth - Ioriona Tesmethal - Kaia Fanmaris - Kaia Stormwitch - Lynathryn Nightsong - Marrisith - Maruviel - Naestra & Arahan - Nayadaryn Frostweald - Orion - Ramorarha Bloomheart‎ - Scarloc - Shadowfast
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