Snarling Bog Trogs & Hutchuck The Ogrun Lumber Into Hordes

December 11, 2015 by brennon

Privateer Press continue to delve into the world of Hordes with some more upcoming miniatures in the form of the Bog Trog Trawler and Hutchuck the Ogrun Bounty Hunter. See what you think of this pair below, both of them being rather lumbering warriors with different outlooks on fighting…

Bog Trog Trawler

First up we have this ingenious Bog Trog who has managed to find himself a deadly looking contraption for picking off his foes at range. These are the kind of weapons that you would have seen attached to the sides of ships I bet.

Bog Trog Trawler

“Physically imposing specimens, bog trog trawlers easily stand out amongst their tribes. Able to wield heavy harpoon guns thanks to their great size and strength, trawlers are as cruel as they are deadly hunters. These bog trogs delight in nothing more than springing upon their foes from behind, impaling their unaware prey in a spray of crimson before reeling them in for the killing thrust.”

I think that the Bog Trogs are certainly one of the most fascinating races in Hordes and it’s also another reason why I love this side of Warmahordes. They have such a varied amount of races and all of them are just that bit more interesting than regular humans.

Hutchuck, Ogrun Bounty Hunter

Following on from the Bog Trog we have the burly Hutchuck who will be smashing things apart with his mace and then pulling out a variety of interesting alchemical compounds to melt stuff too…

Hutchuck, Ogrun Bounty Hunter

“Armed with a mace large enough to crush a man in a single stroke and potent alchemical compounds derived from formulas known to only a few, Hutchuck possesses a combination of brute force and adaptability that makes him one of the most sought-after bounty hunters operating within the Iron Kingdoms. Hutchuck offers his services only to those with deep pockets.”

I think this is a superb looking miniature and I would totally go with the open helmed version of the character just so you can see the anger on his face. This is another step in the right direction in terms of the sculpting from Privateer Press too and it’s neat to see them continuing to impress.

Which of the two do you prefer?

"They have such a varied amount of races and all of them are just that bit more interesting than regular humans..."