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Differing wounds scores


How many wounds do you tend to assign to "basic" members of each race when creating opponents for your warriors?

Orcs have 3

Gobbos have 2

Dark Elves have 6, and so do Wood Elves according to the Citadel Journal article about including them in WHQ.

What about Dwarves? I don't have the CJ article "Dangerous Dwarves", can anyone reference their stats from that?

And finally, what about humans? Like just a basic peasant character, up through a man-at-arms? 3 seems too low but then 6 too high... but that's what Elves get, so what the heck? Should they have 4? Why would a random human have more wounds than a big burly Orc? Why does an Elf have twice as many, for that matter?

Seems like 8-11 are good numbers for basic "ally" characters since that creates situations where they can be wounded, but what about humans used as enemies?
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Re: Differing wounds scores


Dangerous Dwarfs:

WOUNDS
Dwarf: 5
Trollslayer: 7
Miner: 5
Hammerers: 7
Longbeards: 8
Ironbreaker: 10
Champion: 12
Giant Slayer: 16
Dragon Slayer: 27
Hero: 22
Lord: 35
Daemon Slayer: 39


From the Bounty Hunter

Outlaws Starting Wounds: 5, 3, 3, 3, 3, and 3
Outlaw in the Alehouse Wounds: 4


From the New Alehouse rules (Bar Room Brawls):

Brawler Wounds: 3

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Thanks - very helpful! emoticon
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