This is a Reaper Miniatures Troll that I bought in America some time ago. I do like a lot of the Reaper models, but it can be difficult to find them here in England.
This Troll has been based up to compliment the Rackham Orc army. On the day I was basing this model, one of my cats shed a claw sheath so I stuck it on to the base…well, why not.
These are two “Living Legends” in the Orc Confrontation universe, Grakkha And Kamahru. They do run to a very high points cost so I don’t think I have ever actually used them in a game. Shame really.
As I approach the end of the Rackham Orc model marathon, I found more Orc Brutes including a Brute Leader.
I will have to try to get a picture of the entire army.
There are still some more Orc models in The Loft Full Of Lead that have not yet been finished. Maybe one day.
The Jackal Warriors are another good basic infantry unit for the Orcs.
They came in three different versions, swords, axes or very large hammers.
Really nice detail on these rank and file models.
The Jackal Master Of Rites is another of the low points cost basic magic users that does not really fit into my choppy choppy way of playing my Orcs. Nice model though…
These basic Orc Warriors are not much more than a speed bump for the opposing force. That does of course have its advantages as it allows the bashier elements of the warband to get in a position to charge and outnumber the enemy.
Like the Orc Brute standard bearer, the Orc Warrior standard bearer has a vulture thing going on.
Vijkhal The Brave is definitely larger than your average Orc and carriers a scythe larger than the average Orc.
I do like this model, he is a no nonsense close combat Orc with a decent armour value and plenty of close combat bashiness.