They idolise Ogre Hunters and will beg to be allowed to help hunt cave beasts although the traps they construct often only enrage the quarry but Hunters do value them as bait. [4b]
Unlike Gnoblar Fighters, they don't fight in big regiments, knowing that they are too weak and unskilled to stand against proper troops. Instead, they travel in loose groups, skillfully moving through the terrain and often managing to sneak unnoticed behind the enemy lines. If they are not needed somewhere else, they will usually travel near the Hunter, the hail of razor-sharp objects spelling fatal injuries to some enemies and sometimes forcing them to give a second thought about attacking.
In spite of those useful skills, they are still Gnoblars and so they are prone to fleeing once things become dangerous. Luckily, neither Ogres nor their own kin will care an iota should a group of them run away. They also tend start insultfests with the group members, the resulting bickering delaying them greatly.
The leaders of the trappers are somewhat ironically named Snarefingers. [3b]
Weapons and Equipment
- 6th Edition: Hand Weapon, Sharp Stuff. May have a Snarefinger. [3b]
A group of Gnoblar Trappers.
|Little green things that catch little things. Mind you I did see one of them Elfs with a bear trap clamped in his 'ead once, made me laugh fer days.
- 1: GW Website Gnoblar Trappers
- 2: Ogre Stronghold Website
- 3: Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms (6th Edition)
- 4: White Dwarf 310 (UK)