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Some [[bandit gang]]s and [[criminal organization]]s call their [[boss]] a '''warlord'''. In Fortress Mode you can eventually get the [[announcement]] popup that one of your dwarves or permanent residents, being the rightful heir,  has [[inherit]]ed the title of Warlord of such a group. In the legends mode, these groups are just called [[nomadic]] [[groups]].
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Some [[bandit gang]]s and [[criminal organization]]s call their [[boss]] a '''warlord'''. In [[Fortress mode]] you can eventually get the [[announcement]] popup that one of your dwarves or permanent residents, being the rightful heir,  has [[inherit]]ed the title of Warlord of such a group. In the legends mode, these groups are just called [[nomadic]] [[groups]].
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{{Translation| dwarven = alnis-ïlul | elvish = athama-rete | goblin = aslez-tormuk | human = ashro-kar}}
  
 
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Revision as of 09:30, 18 March 2017

Some bandit gangs and criminal organizations call their boss a warlord. In Fortress mode you can eventually get the announcement popup that one of your dwarves or permanent residents, being the rightful heir, has inherited the title of Warlord of such a group. In the legends mode, these groups are just called nomadic groups.

"Warlord" in other Languages Books-aj.svg aj ashton 01.svg
Dwarven: alnis-ïlul
Elvish: athama-rete
Goblin: aslez-tormuk
Human: ashro-kar
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