Brokk Grungsson is the Lord-Magnate of the Kharadron sky-port of Barak-Nar. Each time Brokk Grungsson returns to his sky-port, he does so with his airships’ holds so filled with treasure that they make some of the vaults in Azyrheim look like loose-change tins in comparison. No duardin alive reaps profit at such a ferocious rate as the Lord-Magnate of Barak-Nar, who takes the maxim ‘to the victor the spoils’ to new extremes on the battlefields of the Mortal Realms.[2]


Brokk Grungsson exemplifies the self-made Kharadron Overlord privateer. He is rapacious in the hunt for aether-gold, and daring in his explorations of the skybound wonders of Chamon. Brokk Grungsson is the only Admiral that has successfully led a fleet around the Spire, the fabled Horn of Chamon. Some Kharadron would be satisfied having achieved such honours, but Brokk Grungsson strives on, hungry for ever-more success and recognition – his natural aeronautical abilities and aggressive nature mean these successes are rarely far from his grasp.[1]

Brokk Grungsson Kharadron diorama

Borne aloft in an elaborate, custom-made dirigible suit, he’s armed with a sizable cannon known as Grungsson’s Boast, a multi-barrelled gun called the Magnate’s Charter and an aethermatic saw for close combat. He also features aetherblasters mounted in his impressive moustache; such is the opulence his status brings![1]

The suit itself is covered in the kind of pipes, valves, cogs and latticework you’d expect for a duardin able to pay for the finest things in war, even including a custom filtration system and powered assistance for his limbs. Brokk Grungsson is a powerful duardin, and before his enemies die, he wants them to know it...[1]


Borne aloft in his magnificent custom-built dirigible suit, Grungsson deals death from afar with Grungsson’s Boast, the Magnate’s Charter and his moustache-mounted aetherblasters. When he is called upon to trade blows with his enemies, he does so with his aethermatic saw.[2]


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