Ironjawz victories lead to birth of Teraboss

Long considered a scourge on the Mortal Realms, Ironjawz mobs have been racking up victory after victory in recent weeks. This terrifying explosion of green-tinged violence has had an unexpected, though perhaps inevitable result; the creation of the Realms’ first Teraboss.

When we first put quill to parchment we were to report on the emergence of Gigabosses, each a monstrosity worth a thousand Megabosses. Unfortunately the Waaaagh! is never ending, and these beasts have birthed a Teraboss monstrosity after only two days of brutal victories.

Commentators have laid the blame squarely at the foot of Gore-grunta mobs of the Bloodtoofs tribe who, having recently discovered the sharpening powers of dragging their blades along stones, have become a terrifying prospect on the battlefield. Megabosses who tag along with these mobs are likely to find an easy path to victory and significant gains in both reputation and brawn. Naysayers have proposed that this may just be a flash in the pan, pointing to recent victories by the Nighthaunt and the Gloomspite Gitz. Suggestions that these factions may rise to challenge the Teraboss have been described as ‘lightly optimistic’ by the wider community.

For any readers who encounter the Teraboss in the wild, we recommend hiding if at all possible. If combat seems inevitable the best course of action is to recruit any of the local bands of Lumineth Sentinels who have become an increasingly common sight on the battlefields. If properly hidden behind a large rock, their magical arrowheads should be able to put the Teraboss down for good.

Ogors mature Halflings, say experts

Shocking news from the College of Gastrology today as resident academics float their latest theory: an ogor is merely a fully grown halfling.

“We got our start from the study of orruks,” explained lead researcher and Ogor specialist Rel Bitedodger. “It’s common knowledge that the more an Orruk fights the bigger they get, so we thought it made sense to apply the paradigm to other creatures of Destruction.”

Halfling communities are outraged at the news, and have petitioned the College to withdraw what they call outrageous slander. “Just because we love to gorge on food and drink, utilise culinary tools in battle, and have a friendly camaraderie does not make us the same species!” claimed Spokescook Dodgil Doublecake.

The College remains convinced however, and has continued to promulgate their beliefs throughout the populace using several methods. The most popular thus far have been free pamphlets, with such titles as ‘Gluttons From Cradle to Grave’ and ‘Half Of What? The Halflings’ Secret’.