Talk:Dogs of War (Warhammer)

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Torston's Sea Axes[edit]

Do Torston's Sea Axes (WD 303) count as RoR? Adam Marx Squared 18:21, 3 August 2005 (UTC)

Yes, they most certainly do, though we should mark RoR that are un-official.--Ariakas 16:48, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

Desperate Need of a Clean Up[edit]

I would do this myself, but I don't have the time currently. This site is in desperate need of a re-vamp. The pictures are out of place, some units are described, but others just have invalid links, all the miscellaneous units are listed under 'Tilean Pikemen'(!) and the references are in completely the wrong format. If anyone would fix this I would be ever so grateful. Thefuguestate 18:04, 23 December 2006 (UTC)

Other Units[edit]

There are some other Regiments of Reknow like the Goblin Hewer, Celetrial Dragon Monks and Ludwig's Wonderous Grenadiers. I dont have any infomation on them at the moment but it would be good to have more units. General Aion 12:59, 25 May 2007 (UTC)

Johan and Wilhelm[edit]

Error in the text "Johann is a brutal witch hunter who wields a magical stake, among other things, and is accompanied by Wilhelm, a slightly unhinged but devout Priest of Sigmar. Wilhelm has a staff topped with one of Sigmar's holy relics and carries the great book "Hammer of the Witches" (this is a reference to Sigmar Heldenhammer. In German, Heldenhammer means "Hammer of the witches")."

No, Heldenhammer does not mean "hammer of the witches", it means "hammer of the heroes". "Hammer of the wiches" would be "Hexenhammer", which is a historical book used by the inquisition in medieval times. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 21:04, 28 August 2008 (UTC)

Broken Links[edit]

The PDF links at the bottom of the page are now invalid thanks to Games Workshop "Improving" their website. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:43, 6 September 2009 (UTC)