White Dwarf 322 (UK)

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White Dwarf 322
White Dwarf 322 Cover.jpg
Released October 2006
Parallel issue(s) 150px-Flag of Australia.png White Dwarf 322

150px-Flag of USA.png White Dwarf 321
150px-Flag of France.png White Dwarf 150
150px-Flag of Spain.png White Dwarf 138
150px-Flag of Germany.svg.png White Dwarf 130
150px-Flag of Italy.png White Dwarf 92

Preceded by White Dwarf 321
Followed by White Dwarf 323


  • New Releases, p.2
  • News, p.14
  • Warhammer Orcs & Goblins, p.17
  • Battle Report: Bash-Up in da Southlands, p.30
  • Standard Bearer, p.46
  • Citadel Toolbox, p.50
  • Ravening Hordes, p.51
  • The Reclamation of Moria, p.68
  • Warhammer 40,000 Tactica: Walkers, p.80
  • 'Eavy Metal: Necrons, p.86
  • 'Eavy Metal: The Two Towers, p.90
  • Painting Workshop: Greenskins, p.94
  • Moria Mission, p.98
  • Shield of the Emperor, p.101
  • The Green Menace, p.106
  • Frontline, p.112
  • Ordering Direct, p.122


This month is a sad time for Dwarfs. Our most hated foes, the Orcs and Goblins, are resurgent! Long have my people struggled against the green menace, but no matter how many vile Grobi (that's Goblins to you manlings) and cursed Ores we slay, there are always more! And they always come back, no matter how disastrous a defeat they may suffer, for the Ore fears not the clamour of battle, but thirsts for it as a Dwarf smith at work in the forge thirsts for ale. The Ores are now an even greater threat -it would appear that they have learnt new ways of war. Though their weapons are crude and unlovely compared to the axes of Dwarf-folk, they have learnt more effective methods of wielding them. Greenskins are unintelligent, 'tis true, but only the most foolish beardling on his first trip above ground would underestimate their capacity for low cunning. If you wish to incur the wrath of all Dwarfs, you might want to collect an army of these ravening greenskins. They are, after all, the archetypal army of monsters, and have access to a huge variety of troops. They are also very entertaining to play, being unpredictable, though often deadly. Why, I myself may collect an army of Ores and Goblins, for what better way to understand your enemy than to command them in battle? .

~ Grombrindal

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