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Warhammer: GROM is an unofficial Orcs & Goblins – The End Times – expansion for WFB 8th edition. Inside you will find:
• The destiny of Grom the Paunch of Misty Mountain and his role in the fall of Ulthuan. • Six new variant army lists for the Orcs & Goblins, detailing different Waaagh! invasions from across the Warhammer world! • Updated 8th edition army lists for Gnoblar Hordes, Grimgor's 'Ardboyz and More! • Background and rules for new units and special characters including Grom the Paunch – Incarnate of Mork and Bane of Elves, Morhog Da Mighty, and Leader-Eater – Master of Gnoblar Country.
About the Creators Written by Kevin Coleman. Kevin has been collecting Goblins since the late ‘80s and has written for the Citadel Journal and White Dwarf magazine. A few years ago, Kevin wrote the Dwarfs of Chaos Indy GT army book, an unofficial supplement accepted into various tournaments and Warhammer games across the world.
Illustrated by Randy Elliott. Randy has been an avid Warhammer Orcs and Goblins player since 3rd edition. He also happens to have spent a number of years working in comics and painting fantasy images for CCGs.
I spent a great deal of time reading through Warhammer: GROM in detail a few months ago when Kevin first released this expansion. This book is great, if you enjoy reading through GW army books you will also enjoy this one. The fluff, art work, new army lists and overall content are all top notch. It is worth the read.
I said as much before on Da Warpath, but this is a great book. I don't agree with making new rules for Forgeworld models that already have rules (even though they are out of print) but that is a very minor point).
After my summer of playing ET: Nagash scenarios though, I went back and looked for Grom scenarios and discovered that there are none! A bunch of scenarios set before and during the end times and featuring Grom and other legendary Warbosses from across the Warhammer world would be a great addition to this work.