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witchhunter.net -> gallery -> steppe trolls
Who are the steppe trolls? Steppe trolls can be found in the steppes and grasslands of Old World. Steppe trolls are smaller as usual trolls and they're comparable to a big full-grown orc. The steppe trolls are a troll sub-race and the most important difference between them and their big mountain or river brothers is that the steppe trolls aren't stupid but cunny and insidious. They are a nomadic people who live mainly by hunting and fishing and who travel from place to place. Steppe trolls are often used by orcs chieftains to fill the first ranks of the orcs regiments due to that they are known for their strength and regenerative abilities.
Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls


Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls
Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls
Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls
Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls
Ral Partha Bob Olley Trolls


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