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HomeHome / Total War: WARHAMMER II / Last Defenders / Units / Kroq-Gar (Grymloq)
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Kroq-Gar (Grymloq)

Kroq-Gar is the last survivor of ruined Xhotl, from a spawning that was always marked for greatness.

Kroq-Gar, known as the Last Defender of Xhotl is an ancient Saurus Oldblood, the last of the remaining Saurus warriors from the now ruined temple-city of Xhotl. The spawning that brought Kroq-Gar into the world produced a handful of other Saurus, each marked for greatness. In the instinctive ways of battle-cunning these warriors were unsurpassed by any of their kind, and each possessed an innate dominion over the native beasts of the jungle. Kroq-Gar’s spawning coincided with the rearing of a brood of mighty Carnosaurs, and he claimed the largest and most ferocious as his own. Following the Great Catastrophe, it was none other than the great Lord Mazdamundi, High Slann Mage-Priest of Hexoatl, that summoned Kroq-Gar to his temple-city, choosing him to lead the great Saurus armies that remained. Mazdamundi gifted Kroq-Gar with the ancient artefact known as the Hand of Gods, with which he could sear the flesh from his enemies’ bones. Since that day, Mazdamundi has assigned Kroq-Gar the sacred task of exterminating those creatures not part of the Old Ones’ Great Plan. Over his long existence, Kroq-Gar has fought many wars — leading the armies of Hexoatl, or joining other hosts to aid them in battle. There is no continent upon which Kroq-Gar and Grymloq have not fought, but for the last defenders of Xhotl, the battle is not yet over.

Kroq-Gar (Grymloq)

Unit Name

Kroq-Gar (Grymloq)

Main Unit Key

wh2_main_lzd_cha_kroq_gar_1

Land Unit Key

wh2_main_lzd_cha_kroq_gar_1

Naval Unit Key

wh_main_shp_transport

Land Unit Group

Monster

Naval Unit Group

Monster

Soldiers

1

Caste

Lord

Category

War Beast

Class

Command

Custom Battle Cost

2200

Recruitment Cost

2200

Upkeep Cost

550

Melee Attack

52

Weapon Strength (Weapon Damage)

540

├ Melee Weapon

wh2_main_lzd_cha_kroq_gar_grymloq

├ Melee Damage Base

165

├ Melee Damage Ap

375

├ Armour Piercing

No

├ Bonus vs Cavalry

0

├ Bonus vs Elephants

35

└ Bonus vs Infantry

0

Charge Bonus

67

Melee Defence

40

├ Base Defence

40

├ Shield

none

└ Shield Defence

0

Armour

95

├ Armour

wh2_main_body_95

├ Armour Defence

95

└ Shield Armour

0

Health

8276

├ Man Entity

wh_main_cavalry_rider_standard_blood_kroq_gar

├ Man Speed

33

├ Man Health

8

├ Bonus Hit Points

8260

├ Mount

wh2_main_lzd_mnt_carnosaur_grymloq

├ Mount Entity

wh2_main_lzd_mon_carnosaur_mount

├ Mount Speed

75

└ Mount Health

8

Leadership (Base Morale)

75

Abilities

  • Cold-Blooded
    While Lizardmen may be slow to react due to their cold-blooded nature, this also makes them stoic in battle.
  • Swiftness of Itzl
    The speed and agility of the great three-horned ruler is sometimes bestowed upon his subjects.
  • Sacred Spawning of Xhotl
    Kroq-Gar arises once more, born anew to take revenge upon those who stand against him.
  • Deadly Onslaught
    Such is the power and ferocity of the champion, that those who stand in his way will falter against the warrior's impact.
  • Frenzy
    Some warriors care not for their own personal safety and so work themselves into a whirlwind of destruction and mindless violence!

Attributes

  • Causes Fear
    This unit frightens all enemy units, reducing their leadership when nearby. It is also immune to fear. Fear penalties do not stack.
  • Causes Terror
    This unit can cause terror, making its melee target rout for a short time. Units that cause terror are immune to terror and fear themselves.
  • Encourage
    This unit provides a Lord's aura and an encouraging unit will receive the larger of the two bonuses.

Strengths & Weaknesses

  • Armoured
    Armoured units can block damage from any source apart from Armour-Piercing damage.
  • Causes Terror
    This unit can fear themselves.
  • Armour-Piercing
    The damage of armour-piercing weapons mostly ignores the armour of the target, making them the ideal choice against heavily-armoured enemies. They are often heavier and attack at a slower rate though, making them less efficient against poorly-armoured targets.
  • Anti-Large
    Anti-large units have an advantage against targets that are at least as large as a horse. This advantage can be a damage bonus against large targets or an attack that focuses on a very small area. However, some units are simply better against large targets because their attacks are slow and easy to dodge by skilled melee combatants.
  • Predatory Senses
    These units are natural hunters that can sense prey hiding nearby.