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Dwarfs can be found in their mountain halls, or in communities working in other lands. Many form mercenary units to battle an old enemy and fulfill ancient grudges. Dwarfs are tough determined fighters, holding the line long after other units have abandoned all hope and fled. Their fighting units are formed from working gangs, like miners and hammerers, or from traditional professional warrior classes.
The dead do not always rest easy. Necromancers and powerful undead can summon the dead to rise up and battle the living. Kings in crypts and barrows dream of empire long after they are dead. Those that are risen covet the life of the living. The true dread of the undead is that they can raise enemies on the battlefield to fight their erstwhile comrades.
In the abandoned tunnels and warrens, and in the sewers of the cities, Ratmen thrive on the refuse of other civilizations. They breed profusely and often burst forth looking for flesh and new places to set up breeding warrens. They are divided into a caste system, with those at the bottom weak in will, and those at the top formiddable enenmies. One thing unites them is their viciousness and hunger for flesh.
Goblins are hunched evil humanoids. What they lack in physical prowess they make up in numbers. They live in mountain warrens and often come into conflicts with the Dwarfs. Goblins often will form into huge hordes to ravage and plunder the lands under the sun, they are poor at creating their own goods, and prefer to steal and adapt weapons made by conquered enemies.