Half-Orcs

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Cautions: Unlike most of our other Topical Galleries, this collection is sorted by name, not by unpainted visual appearance. Many of these figures will be grouped by functionality as defined by the objects or clothing that they are using. So what you might know as a "shaman with staff" might be listed under the cleric heading if the figure is robed like a monk and not obviously casting a spell. Since there's no way to distinguish bare-metal Half-sized Orcs from Half-human Orcs (the latter is supposedly a little more handsome) without the figures in hand for size comparison to humans, both definitions of "Half-Orc" are included here. Since this collection will exceed the page length limit, links will be provided for each category as they become overlarge. Also, the collection cannot be expected to be kept up to date, as it is not the main purpose of this wiki to indulge the viewer with these special galleries; hence, a proper search should ensue if your figure cannot be quickly identified from this gallery.

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Contents

HALF-ORCS - Sturdy pint-sized orcs

There are two definitions of "half-orcs" in figurines: pint-sized orcs (perhaps half-goblin) and genetically half-human (which puts this group to human-sized). Without the figure in hand to see the size, it is difficult to distinguish them, so both are mixed together in this gallery.

"HALF-ORCS"

Kings & their Command Groups

Commanders


Standards


Musicians


Messengers


Engineers


Fighter Crews w. War Machines (Rams, Siege Towers, Trojans, etc.)


Fighters & Police (including Fighting Clerics)

Fighters w. Clubs

w. Primitive Bludgeons


w. Hammers


w. Maces


w. Sport Bats or Clubs


w. Lead Pipe, Crowbar, or Pipe Wrench


w. Ladles, Rolling Pins, Kettles, Pots or Pans


Fighters w. Misc. Weapons

w. Garottes (Assassins)


w. Brass Knuckles or Boxing Gloves


w. Poison (Assassins)


Fighters w. Tethered Weapons

w. Whips or Cat-o'-Nine Tails


w. Morningstars


w. Chains


w. Flails or Nunchucks


Fighters w. Polearms (> 1 m)

w. Spears, Pikes, or Javelins


w. Lances


w. Glaives


w. Halberds or Poleaxes


w. Quarterstaves


w. Tridents or Pitchforks


w. Shovels, Hoes or Rakes


Fighters w. Slicing Weapons

w. Scythes


w. Sickles


w. Swords


w. Scimitars


w. Rapiers or Foils


w. Knives, Daggers, or Stilettos (Assassins)


w. Machetes


w. Cleavers or Meres


w. Axes, Hatchets, or Tomahawks


w. Scissors or other Clippers


w. Saws or Chainsaws


Fighters w. Picks or Mattocks

w. Picks


w. Mattocks


w. Ice Picks


Fighters w. Projectile Weapons

w. Long or Short Bows


w. Crossbows


w. Boomerangs


w. Slingshots


w. Stones


w. Blowpipes or Darts


w. Throwing Stars


w. Throwing Knives


w. Guns / Firearms


w. Handguns


w. Rifles, Muskets or Arquebuses


w. Shotguns or Blunderbusses


w. Machine Guns


w. Elephant Guns


w. Bazookas


w. Artillery


w. Rockets


Fighters w. Energy Weapons

w. Flamethrower


w. Molotov Cocktail


w. Torch


w. Bombs


w. Dynamite


w. Grenades


w. Phasors or Lasers


Fighters w. Biochemical Agents



Clerics (Non-fighting)


Wizards & Warlocks


Females

Fighters & Police (including Fighting Clerics)


Priestesses, Nuns, Non-fighting Clerics


Wizardresses & Witches


Civilians


Psychologically-Challenged


Civilians

Royalty (Court-garb)


Bards


Artisans


Merchants


Pedestrians


Children


Seniors


Scientists & Doctors


Beggars


Psychologically-Challenged


Unsorted Half-Orcs




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