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Who are the Chaos Dwarves?
, A little bit of information
The Dawi Zharr with the biggest hat
Member No.: 7
Joined: 3-January 08
I thought I'd make this little thread as it might be quite usful.
Chaos Dwarves originally appeared in the 3rd edition, with rules for a few units found in one of the chaos books of the time 'Slaves to Darkness'.
In the 4th edition, they were upgraded to be a full army in their own right. They had a full minatures range but nevwer actully had their own army book. they had a small book made up of several White Dwarf articles. This was called 'White Dwarf Presents: Chaos Dwarves'.
Popularity of them eventully declined, and the models stopped being stocked in GW stores. It was thought GW would get rid of them, but then they had an armylist in 'Ravening Hordes'. This book contained lsits for all the armies without actully army books, such as tomb kings.
The Ravenging hordes list is still the list players use, and whilst it is official, it is often not allowed in Grand Tournemants. the list can be downlaoded in PDF format from Here
Some of the old minatures range is still availible for purchase off the Games Workshop Online Store.
Soon, I will also make a similar thread, describing the background of the army.
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