Goragora, Great Orcish War Beast
Goragora, Great Orcish War Beast
NOTE: This is an IMMENSE model. It comes in over a dozen pieces and will take up a large amount of play area. Please allow additional handling time as it takes almost two full days of print time.
Resembling an immense rhinoceros of yore, Goragora was one among the many Great Beasts held captive by the Anshani Empire in their arcane research facilities. These formidable creatures, suspended in time by advanced Anshani technology, were meticulously studied, their boundless power the subject of intense scrutiny.
Buried beneath the relentless sands of Berogtor, Goragora slumbered within an Anshani lab, untouched by the passage of eras. Following the inexplicable disappearance of the Anshani Empire, these hidden vaults were abandoned, leaving the Great Beasts to their dreamless sleep.
Gazza, an esteemed Warboss of the Yellow Orcs and well-versed in the mysteries of Anshani ruins, discovered this forgotten chamber during his travels through the arid landscape of Berogtor. The sight of Goragora, still entrapped within the age-old machinery, stirred a deep curiosity within the formidable orc. His own time in a deserted Anshani ruin, where he acquired both knowledge and strength, had left a profound impact on him.
The awakening of Goragora was a spectacle of power and awe. Its roar, powerful enough to kill, reverberated across the barren wastelands, felling many of Gazza's Gore Boiz and deafening others. Yet, Gazza was not dismayed. In Goragora, he saw a symbol of resilience, a victim of the Anshani's reckless ambition who, like himself, was forced to carve out an existence in a world abandoned by its former masters.
With the aid of a shaman, Gazza forged a connection with the beast. He spoke of the drastic changes that had transpired during Goragora's forced slumber and painted a vivid picture of a world still in the clutches of the Anshani's lingering legacy. Stirred by Gazza's resolve, Goragora pledged allegiance to him, vowing to aid the orc in his quest for justice. Now Goragora is seen as a sort of mascot of Gazza's Gore Boiz, a sight that lifts the hearts of all Orcs in his warband, and sinks dread into the stomachs of their foes. It revels in the chaos of the Orcs, seemingly empowered by their tenacity and penchant for destruction.
Scale: 32mm Non-Heroic
D&D Size Category (if applicable): Gargantuan
This product was designed by Dungeon Master Stash for their August 2023 release, Orcish Incursion. They are a group of very talented artists who create high-quality tabletop miniatures and campaign materials. We are proud to be a DM Stash licensed merchant.
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Size category (Medium, Large, Huge, etc.) is a scale using standard D&D rules. This means that minis will have a size commensurate with the diameter of their base, and that their base will typically conform to the following rules:
- Small/Tiny - 1"/25mm diameter base or smaller (depends on the mini)
- Medium - 1"/25mm diameter base
- Large - 2"/50mm diameter base
- Huge - 3"/75mm diameter base
- Gargantuan - typically uses a 4"/100mm diameter base. If the base size is different, it will be noted above in the listing.
32mm (heroic scale) miniatures may have bases that are slightly larger but still close to the sizes listed above.
Product images may include renders, special effects, and/or painting that may not be indicative of the received product.Unless otherwise specified, all products are 3d-printed in gray with either a custom resin mix or PLA. This ensures the products are durable but still hold their detail. With that being said, we still recommend handling the products with care as many have very fine, delicate features that can still be easily broken.In addition, because of the production process, there may be slight variations, indentations, or rough edges that need to be cleaned up before use/painting. We perform a thorough inspection of every product before it's shipped to ensure that it is something that we would be proud to display on our own tables.