Grand Alliance of Destruction

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The Grand Alliance of Destruction are the armies of Gorkamorka that intent on absolute destruction.[1]

Factions

  • Aleguzzler Gargants: A type of Gargants, known both for their destructive impulses and for being permanently intoxicated on alcohol.
  • Beastclaw Raiders: Tribes of nomadic ogor followed by an unnatural winter that roam the realms seeking to satisfy their gluttony with massive amounts of meat.[4]
  • Bonesplitterz: The maddened orruk that hunt the great beasts of the mortal realms for the power of Gorkamorka they believe is bound within the creatures' bones.[3]
  • Firebellies: Ogors the worship Gorkamorka as the Sun-eater, emulating their gods ability to breath fire once he had taken a bit from the sun.[5]
  • Gitmob Grots: Cowards and back stabbers, the Grots prey mostly upon the weak, but when they gather in numbers they can be a dangerous foe to any that cross their path.[5]
  • Gloomspite Gitz: The fungoid followers of the Bad Moon came in many shapes, be they Moonclan or Spiderfang grots or the large and horrifying Troggoths or Gargants that accompany them.[6]
  • Greenskinz: Cunning and brutal, the orruks rampage across the Mortal Realms eager for battle, uncaring of the nature of their adversary.[5]
  • Gutbusters: Nomadic empires of muscle and hunger, these ogors move across the Mortal Realms to fill their bellies and obtain shiny plunder.[5]
  • Ironjawz: Da biggest, baddest orruks clad in thick armour plate and armed with heavy blades who attack like an avalanche of destruction. At times they will combine forces with the Bonesplitterz to form unstoppable Orruk Warclans and trample the civilisations of the Mortal Realms into the dust. [2]
  • Ironjawz: The biggest and most fearsome of all orruks that stand at the forefront of the Great Waaagh![2]
  • Maneaters: Ogor mercenaries, tried and tested warriors, paid in food, shiny trinkets, weapons and often outlandish costumes.[5]
  • Moonclan Grots: A type of deranged Grots that dwell in the subterranean regions of the Mortal Realms and pray to Gorkamorka and the Bad Moon.[5]
  • Spiderfang Grots: The Grot worshippers of the arachnid aspect of Gorkamorka, they are more akin to the great spiders they ride to battle.[5]
  • Troggoths: Malformed children of Gorkamorka, these fearsome but small-minded beasts plague many regions of the Mortal Realms.[5]

See Also

Sources

Grand Alliances and factions
Order Collegiate Arcane - Darkling Covens - Daughters of Khaine - Devoted of Sigmar - Dispossessed - Eldritch Council - Free Peoples - Fyreslayers - Idoneth Deepkin - Ironweld Arsenal - Kharadron Overlords - Lion Rangers - Order Draconis - Order Serpentis - Phoenix Temple - Scourge Privateers - Seraphon - Shadowblades - Stormcast Eternals - Swifthawk Agents - Sylvaneth - Wanderers
Chaos Brayherds - Chaos Gargants - Daemons of Chaos - Daemons of Khorne - Daemons of Nurgle - Daemons of Tzeentch - Everchosen - Hosts of Slaanesh - Khorne Bloodbound - Monsters of Chaos - Nurgle Rotbringers - Skaven Eshin - Skaven Masterclan - Skaven Moulder - Skaven Pestilens - Skaven Skryre - Skaven Verminus - Slaves to Darkness - Thunderscorn - Tzeentch Arcanites - Warherds
Beasts of Chaos - Blades of Khorne - Disciples of Tzeentch - Maggotkin of Nurgle - Skaventide
Legion of Azgorh - Tamurkhan's Horde
Destruction Aleguzzler Gargants - Beastclaw Raiders - Bonesplitterz - Firebellies - Gitmob Grots - Greenskinz - Gutbusters - Ironjawz - Maneaters - Moonclan Grots - Spiderfang Grots - Troggoths
Gloomspite Gitz
Death Beasts of the Grave - Deadwalkers - Deathlords - Deathmages - Deathrattle - Flesh-Eater Courts - Nighthaunt - Ossiarch Bonereapers - Soulblight
Grand Host of Nagash - Legion of Blood - Legion of Grief - Legion of Night - Legion of Sacrament