Ogre Hunter

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An Ogre Hunter

Ogre Hunters are large powerful Ogres who have left their tribe to wander or have been exiled. [3a][4a]

They are the some largest Ogres you might be unfortunate enough to encounter. While the size usually means power and authority in the Ogre society, Hunters are the exception, preferring to live alone high above the Mountains of Mourn, where they track down beasts as large as a Bull Rhinox and Great Mammoth, going to the great distances to find them. Once they encounter them, they will either club it down or use their harpoon crossbow, which can be likened to a personal bolt thrower in power.[1][2][4a]


Hunters are usually covered in tatoos and scars, his body swathed in thick furs and trophies of the beasts he has slain to display his prowess [3a] and ward of the cold of the altitudes in which they hunt. [4a]

Beast Tamer

Many keep a couple of Sabretusks for their keen noses - a tradition that goes back to Khared the Red, the very first of the Ogre Hunters.[1][3a] Some also capture and tame usually vicious Blood Vultures to hunt down prey or attack enemies. [4a]


Hunters will drag especially impressive kills to a local Ogre camp which makes them popular visitors bringing not only food but new tales of their lives atop the mountains. However they will seldom stay long and return to their peaks to continue the hunt. [4a]

Weapons and Equipment

On the battlefield, the Hunters are an acute danger, for they are superior to common Ogre in every way, their lifestyle scting as a great catalyst for development. Not only that, but their Sabretusks are very dangerous as well, being fast, strong and tough. Add to that the threat of their harpoon crossbows and the common entourage of Gnoblar Trappers and you will get a dangerous enemy indeed.[1][2][3a].

  • 6th Edition: Harpoon Crossbow, Light Armour, Orge Club. May have two Subretusks. May have Big Names and Magic Items. [3b]
  • 8th Edition: Great Throwing Spear, Hand Weapon, Light Armour. May have Additional Hand Weapon, Blood Vulture, Great Weapon, Harpoon Luancher, Ironfist. May ride Stonehorn. May have Big Names and Magic Items. [4b]
  • Harpoon Launcher: First made by Crobat one-and-a-Halfwit and based on the heavy crossbows of other races it fires bolts as thick as humans arm. Rope attached to the bolt allow the Hunter to drag their prey to the ground. [3a]




If he looks like he could stare down a pack of angry cave bears, he's a Hunter. You can tell, 'cos he'll be wearing a couple of 'em as proof.

~ [3a]


Ogre Kingdoms
Units Blood-Gnoblar - Boglar - Butcher - Firebelly - Flinger - Gnoblar Fighter - Gnoblar Head Honcho - Gnoblar Honcho - Gnoblar Scraplauncher - Gnoblar Trapper - Gorger - Ironblaster - Irongut - Leadbelcher - Lucky Git - Manbiter - Maneater - Mournfang Cavalry - Ogre Bruiser - Ogre Bull - Ogre Hunter - Ogre Tyrant - Pigback Rider - Rhinox Rider - Sabretusk - Slaughtermaster - Slavegiant - Stonehorn - Thundertusk - Yhetee
Characters Argut Skullcrusher - Bashar Zog - Bezer - Bhograt Seven-bellies - Bragg the Gutsman - Braugh Slavelord - Crogg the Blind - Ghark Ironskin - Ghusk Longstrider - Gogruk - Golgfag - Golthog - Groth Onefinger - Greasus Goldtooth - Hrothyogg - Isrogdal - Jarmoosh - Jhared - Karaka Breakmountain - Katerina de Hansebourg - Reuben Kyte - Rothnogg - Skrag the Slaughterer - Ugrik
Tribes Angry Fist Tribe - Blood Guzzlers Tribe - Crossed Clubs Tribe - Eyebiter Tribe - Feastmaster Tribe - Goldtooth Tribe - Great Tribe of Ghuth Spawnchomper - Ironskin Tribe - Lazargh Tribe - Mountaineater Tribe - Red Fist Tribe - Rock Skulls Tribe - Sons of the Mountain Tribe - Thunderguts Tribe - Tribe of Shrewd Fulg
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