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WFRP2 Classics - Thwoppa

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Dwarf Gyrocopters in Second Edition WFRP
Written by Richard Halliwell; Art by Pete Knifeton; Updated for WFRP 2nd edition by Alexander J Bateman
Dwarf Gyrocopters in Second Edition WFRP
Written by Richard Halliwell; Art by Pete Knifeton; Updated for WFRP 2nd edition by Alexander J Bateman

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Dwarf Gyrocopters in Second Edition WFRPDwarf Gyrocopters in Second Edition WFRP
 Written by Richard Halliwell Written by Richard Halliwell Art by Pete Knifeton Art by Pete KnifetonUpdated for WFRP 2nd edition by Alexander J BatemanUpdated for WFRP 2nd edition by Alexander J Bateman
Copyright © Games Workshop Limited 2007. Games Workshop, the Games Workshop logo, Black Industries and their respectivelogos, Warhammer and all associated marks, logos, places, names, creatures, races and race insignia / devices / logos / symbols,locations, weapons, units, characters, products, illustrations and images from Warhammer are either ®, TM and/or © GamesWorkshop Ltd 2000-2007, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. All Rights Reserved.
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 Angestag: a bright morning in Brauzeit. 2513. It is the dayof the terrible Battle of Aver Vale. The army of Dwarf LordDurnatz Duran is drawn up across the valley. facing thefearsome Orcish warlord and self-styled ‘King’ Uggo. Atthe rear of the army, before a low hill stands DurnatzDuran himself. With a blend of fear and admiration, hesurveys the ritual evocations of the legendary 207thLodge of World’s Edge Engineers’ Guild.Torin ‘Steamhammer’ Algenonsonn stands on a largewooden chest partially obscuring a massive drawingboard scrawled on with arcane symbols. At his feet.Torin’s famous dog ‘Blacky’ is prancing and barking,caught up in the excitement of the event. TheGuildsdwarf apprentices are finishing the preparation of the Lodge’s legendary Thwopter flying machines.Torin tweaks his immaculate moustache and begins theritual chant, punctuating by pointing at each of thesymbols in turn. His every move is closely watched by theother Guildsdwarfs. Even the apprentices complete thefinal tweaks in silence before the machines can take tothe air.Torin speaks. “Ay Kay chaps, sorty out eleven hundred.Tango. Charlie Fiver. Sossidge mashers ayver the briney.Tally-ho!”“Sossidge mashers ayver the briney. Tally-Ho!” chant theGuildsdwarfs.“Knock ‘cm for six! Bandits niner-niner!”“Bandits niner-niner!” They respond with militaryprecision.Shading his eyes. Torin stares into the empty blue sky.Lowering his gaze he can see Durnatz’s army drawn upagainst the vast Goblinoid horde. He turns to theapprentice on his left. The whole company falls quiet.“Dayn’t just yell. Ring the bell!”The apprentice furiously clangs a huge bell. strugglingwith the weight and finally falling over. He carries ondespite the excited attentions of the ever-playful Blacky.Propelled by their stumpy little legs, the Dwarfs trot to thewaiting machines. One by one, they clamber into thesaddles, check the pressure gauges and raise a thumb.When the last machine is ready Torin waves his left handin the air and begins issuing orders. Although he’sshouting at the top of his voice, he can only just be heardover the hiss of steam, the pulsing beat of rotor bladesand the clanging bell.“Woger and out! Chocks away! Tora! Tora! Tora!”“Tora! Tora! Tora!’ chant the Guildsdwarfs who, one byone climb slowly into the air with their awesome payloadof bombs and cannon.
Gyrocopters in WFRPGyrocopters in WFRP
Gyrocopter 
: Gyrocopters are flying machines whoserotor blades are propelled by an ingenious lightweightsteam engine. These devices can take off and landvertically or even hover on the spot. Gyrocopters wereinvented by the Dwarf Engineers Guild and are flownby members of the guild. It is easy to see why Dwarfsinvented these machines when you consider their highmountain realm. The inventor was probably inspired bywatching dragons swooping down from mountain cragsand combined the idea of wings with that of enginesused to drive drilling machines and flywheels fromgrinding machines! Gyrocopters can take off and landeasily amid the peaks, as the lofty pinnacles makeexcellent landing points. A gyrocopter can 2,000 unitsof encumbrance. A wagon has the followingcharacteristics.
Flier 
: A Gyrocopter has a Flying Movement of 8,functioning exact as if it had the Flier and Hoverer traits.
Armour Points
: A Gyrocopter has 6 points of Armour.
Fuel
: Gyrocopters can cruise for four hours at M 8before needing to refuel. Running the machine atmaximum speed (running) reduces the airborne time toone hour.
Steam Gun
: The Gyrocopter is armed with a steam-powered gun that unleashes a hail of lead bulletssimilar to a cannon's grapeshot. This uses the ConeTemplate. Effected targets suffer a Damage 3 hit thatignores all Armour. Once fired, it takes the boiler 1d10rounds to build up enough pressure to fire the SteamCannon again.
Bomb Rack
: A gyrocopter normally carries a rack of sixBombs (OWA, p. 47.) to be dropped on their opponents.
Hit Locations
: When attacking a Gyrocopter, roll ad10: On a 1-3 The exposed Pilot is hit, on a 4+ the Hullis hit
CrashingCrashing
Gyrocopters crash when either the copter or the pilot arereduced to zero wounds. Gyrocopter pilots are notsupposed to crash their gyrocopters deliberately, as eachgyrocopter is worth a fortune. In the event of a crash, alloccupants and anything crashed into suffer 1d10 Woundsregardless of Toughness Bonus or Armour.
- Gyrocopter Statistics -
M TB (8) 5 30

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