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Named Characters[ edit ] Note: Under the current edition, named characters tend to be overpriced.

You can pretty easily emulate most named characters lizardmen army book scratch and save yourself some points. That said, a few named characters do have abilities and wargear or wargear combos unique to them, so if you absolutely need to have them, go ahead.

Just make sure you're really lizardmen army book your points worth. Story wise, he used to be the World's greatest magician, but then after a few thousand years or so he became a super-powerful lizardmen army book attached to a Magic Throne. However, he's points, only knows that one spell, and is Flammable.

Although fluffy and occasionally fun, you're almost always better off with an ordinary Slann although he can make an awesome Counts As Mage Priest.

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Incidentally with The End Times Kroak can now take the Lore of Undeath, lizardmen army book it says that ALL wizards lizardmen army book generate spells from it and with him being dead himself you can certainly argue he's more in tune with Death Magic than most Necromancersso now he has a proper lore again!

Though this is probably going to be FAQ'd out pretty soon.


Currently the most powerful Mage Priest, Mazdamundi rides a Stegadon. Like Lord Kroak, he has a massive raft lizardmen army book rules: If the Stegadon is killed, he can still use his Palanquin to move around.

Yes, Mazdamundi sounds pretty awesome, but he costs a whopping points, meaning he's impractical in all but the biggest battles.

He also lost some of his godly 7th ed rules such an unlimited amount of dice when casting, a super-powerful spell, and the ability to re-roll Miscasts. Also his supposedly awesome weapon hits at WS2.

To make matters worse, Zlaqq, lizardmen army book Stegadon, described as the biggest in Hexoatl the most militarized City, with entire herds of lizardmen army book has the profile of a normal Ancient Stegadon.


Overall grossly overpriced for what he does, and this is sad since he is supposed to be one of, if not the, strongest wizard lizardmen army book. The pinnacle of Saurus carnage, mounted on the pinnacle of lizardmen army book predators, all this represented by a wonderful model.

Fluff-wise, Kroq-Gar is the absolute perfection of the Saurus race. One of the greatest warriors currently alive and simply the one you can trust to protect Lustria against invaders. Among his accomplishments are: If Kroq-Gar or his mount is killed, the surviving one gets Frenzy. For unknown reasons, despite millennia of fighting and winning against every kind of foe and being the strongest Saurus alive, he is still WS6.

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Grymloq is also the only named mount to retain an improved stat line over 'basic' mounts in the Lizardmen book. However, the same problem as Lord Mazdamundi apply: He doesn't even have the Blood Frenzy rule unending Frenzy after causing the loss of 1 hp which is standard on the basic version.

Once upon a time, Chakax choked a Daemon Prince with his bare hands, fought hundreds of wild jungle creatures for 2 days straight, guarded his lizardmen army book Mage-Priest for weeks in the middle of the jungle, etc.

When both he and a Slann are in a unit of Temple Guards, the whole unit becomes Lizardmen army book until one of the two is killed. Best used for defense, but unfortunately not very useful otherwise.

Overall the worst named character in this book.


Gor is his name, Gore is his game, and oh Old Ones, he Rocks at it.