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Reaper Bones review #43: Kavorgh, Black Orc Warlord

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Kavorgh, Black Orc Warlord

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Now this is an orc I can get on board with! Forget all those orcs with their spiked belly plates and slippers, and that one orc called a "hero" because he wields a big blade in two hands...Kavorgh is the real deal, a big orc that's such a badass he nails the hands of his opponents to his shield. Mind you, you'd think Kavorgh would have a cooler name like, "Kavorgh the Handtaker" or "Kavorgh, Wristsplitter" or "KavooorAAARGH!" But the title of Warlord will have to do.

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Bobby Jackson's sculpt holds an axe in one hand that's nearly the size of his body. His armor is a combination of leather, a chain hauberk, a wolf pelt, and metal scale plates. The body parts on his shield are suitably gross -- arms, wrists, bits of flesh, and probably a forearm bone. I painted Kavorgh's "collectibles" on his shield different colors (Kavorgh believes in murderous diversity).

An excellent sculpt for an orc leader. You can purchase this miniature at Noble Knight Games.

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