Oglah Khan's Wolfboyz

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According to the background given in the unit's rules that appeared in [[White Dwarf]], Oglah Khan defected from his own army during a battle against enemies from [[Cathay]], only for the hobgoblins to be reinforced by the hordes of Hobgobla Khan a short time later, leading to a crushing victory for the [[greenskins]]. Fearing the wrath of his master, Oglah Khan and his retinue fled the steppes, finding employment as mercenaries in the [[Old World]]. According to the background given in the unit's rules that appeared in [[White Dwarf]], Oglah Khan defected from his own army during a battle against enemies from [[Cathay]], only for the hobgoblins to be reinforced by the hordes of Hobgobla Khan a short time later, leading to a crushing victory for the [[greenskins]]. Fearing the wrath of his master, Oglah Khan and his retinue fled the steppes, finding employment as mercenaries in the [[Old World]].
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 +As one of the few hobgoblin units still reasonably easy to obtain, Oglah and his wolfboyz have found their way into many modern Chaos Dwarf armies, despite their armament of spears not being available in the [[Ravening Hordes]] army list.
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Oglah Kahn's Wolfboyz
Oglah Kahn's Wolfboyz

Oglah Khan's Wolfboyz were a Dogs of War Regiment of Renown, consisting of a unit of hobgoblin wolf riders. Unlike all previous depictions of hobgoblins, these were not allied with the Chaos Dwarfs, but came from further east, being associated with a nation of nomadic hobgoblin tribes.

According to the background given in the unit's rules that appeared in White Dwarf, Oglah Khan defected from his own army during a battle against enemies from Cathay, only for the hobgoblins to be reinforced by the hordes of Hobgobla Khan a short time later, leading to a crushing victory for the greenskins. Fearing the wrath of his master, Oglah Khan and his retinue fled the steppes, finding employment as mercenaries in the Old World.

As one of the few hobgoblin units still reasonably easy to obtain, Oglah and his wolfboyz have found their way into many modern Chaos Dwarf armies, despite their armament of spears not being available in the Ravening Hordes army list.

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