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Feel free to distribute, modify, or do whatever else you want with these rules except sell them of course, as even we cant do that! The Official Warhammer 40, rulebook, specifically the one for 7th edition. The Heralds of Ruins version of Kill Team, located at heralds-of-ruin.
Any rules referring to ending your movement are equivalent to ending your movement phase. For example, in the original Gorkamorka you could run to pick up scrap as running was in the Movement phase. However, in this edition you can only pick up scrap after you finish your movement phase.
Note: No rules for the psychic phase are in this rulebook yet, as so far no rules for Weirdboyz or other psykers are being included. For example, all models on foot move 6, run 6 plus d3 if they have Fleet or Crusader , and charge in the Close Combat phase.
The exception to this is vehicles and bikes, which will be explained later. This follows all the normal rules of Gorkamorka i. Rather than try and reinvent them, we will instead use the exact same rules found in the Gorkamorka main rulebook, including movement, shooting, boarding, and damage results.
Result Shake it off! The model regains 1 Wound, although it still suffers any ill effects that the Unsaved Wound might have caused such as Pinning. Knocked Down. The model regains 1 Wound, is Stunned, and is Pinned, even if Fearless. If in Close Combat, the model is treated as having WS 0. The model is Removed from Play, and must roll on the Serious Injuries Table from the Gorkamorka rulebook at the end of the game.
For example, if a model with 2 Wounds remaining suffers 3 Unsaved Wounds, then it would roll 2d6 and take the highest result on the table.
It only rolls two dice instead of three because the first wound didnt reduce the model to 0 Wounds. A driver that is stunned automatically Swerves, and can only perform a single Swerve if it begins its Movement phase Stunned. Knocked Down A model that is knocked down suffers the effects of being Stunned, but is also Pinned even if Fearless , and has its WS reduced to 0 while Pinned i. If a model suffers multiple wounds after being reduced to 0 wounds e. Version 0. The shot still fires and is resolved as normal.
If this roll is passed then nothing happens. If it fails then the weapon runs out of ammo and cannot be used for the rest of the game. On a 6 an Ammo Roll is required.
Whenever you fire a weapon with the Full Auto special rule you can opt to exchange any or all of the regular shots with Full Auto shots. To do this roll a number of Sustained Fire dice equal to the number of shots that you are exchanging e. Add the dice up, plus any other shots you didnt exchange, and that is how many shots the gun takes. For example, when firing an Eavy Shoota you could roll two Sustained Fire dice and add them up, or roll one Sustained Fire die and add the other single shot.
If any of the dice show a Weapon Jam symbol then no shots are fired, and an Ammo Roll must be made. Only one Ammo Roll needs to be made, even if more than one Weapon Jam result is rolled. If you dont have a Sustained Fire die, then just roll a D3, but count a natural roll of 6 as a Weapon Jam. If the model is on a vehicle then the vehicle suffers d3 S3 hits. Hitting Vehicles Blasts and templates covering a vehicle only hit the vehicle, but inflict d3 hits instead of just one.
If a model is Set on Fire, then at the beginning of each of the models owning players turns roll a d6, adding one for each friendly model within 1.
On a 6 the fire goes out. Otherwise the model takes a Strength 4 hit and, in the case of a model and not a vehicle, moves 2d6 in a random direction, and cannot act voluntarily in any way for the rest of the turn.
Vehicles can act normally. Put it out! If there are any friendly models within 1 of a burning model or vehicle in their shooting phase they can attempt to put out the fire instead of shooting. If a 6 is rolled the fire goes out. This allows models that were too far away in the movement phase to move in and help put out the fire. This does not, however, stop the Strength 4 hit in the Movement phase.
The model that is On Fire counts as WS 0. If a model is Set on Fire while in combat they immediately disengage 1 away. Drivers Set On Fire If a driver of a vehicle is set on fire and fails to put it out then they will automatically Swerve. If the vehicle they are in is Immobilized then they will follow the same rules as any other model, running around wildly until the flames go out.
Any model on a vehicle that used its Thrusters suffer a -1 BS until the end of the turn in which the Thrusters were used. The close combat rules from Warhammer 40k 7th Edition and Heralds of Ruins Kill Team will be used in place of those found in Gorkamorka, with the exception of vehicles and the following rules. Most of the rules for Boarding from Gorkamorka will be used, with the following changes.
There is always one defending model locked in combat per enemy model that has boarded. If a model dies, then the owning player immediately nominates another model. If a model attempts to assault but fails, the model still moves the amount rolled on the dice as close to the target as possible. This will prevent them from shooting in their Shooting Phase. Changing Combatants. When fighting on vehicles, no Consolidation moves are made. Instead, any model that is Stunned of Knocked Down while on a vehicle automatically falls off.
At the beginning of each fight sub-phase the defending player can change who is locked in combat with no penalties. Models are not counted as being engaged in combat with another model that is Knocked Down, although it can still choose to fight it in close combat.
If the model stands up and is still in base contact then both models are counted as being engaged although no one gets the charge bonus. Terror will follow the same rules as in Gorkamorka, including forcing a Morale Check in order to charge a model with Terror. No Sweeping Advances are made, and combat continues as normal in subsequent turns.
A result of 3 or will hit the driver with a Strength 4 hit rather than Strength 3, unless the driver is hit by a weapon. Two changes are made to the Crew location: Falling Off Anytime a crew member not driver is Stunned or Knocked Down he will automatically fall off the vehicle. Hits from Rams and Shrapnel. Slush clip destroyed or Weapon explodes also results in the Fixed Weapon being destroyed. A destroyed Fixed Weapon is automatically repaired at the end of the battle, but no longer counts as existing on the vehicle for the rest of the battle.
A mob needs to pay to maintain their troops with food and such and vehicles with scrap and such. HATRED Hatred will follow the same rules as in Warhammer 40k 7th Edition, except that a driver of a vehicle must attempt to ram a hated model if they are ever within 6 of his front arc. The modified ones allow for more income to be earned, which is important if you arent playing as many games.
Mine Income After every game the players roll for their Mine Income just like in the Gorkamorka rulebook. Rules for Cave-Ins are also used.
A player can even elect not to mine with certain models. Scrap Income Any scrap counters or scrapped vehicles are added to the mobs income after each game. The following chart is used to determine upkeep. Add up the total number of models on foot and vehicles, whether or not they were used in the previous game. Negative Teef If a mob goes into the negative for teef then the members of that mob are going to get angry. During any match where the mobs current teef are negative all models suffer -1 Ld as they are hungry and grumpy.
If a mob has negative teef for more than one sequential game then it starts to lose members. The owning player can nominate one member who will leave, taking all of their equipment with them. This happens after every subsequent where the mobs bankroll continues to be negative. Players can always nominate to fire mob members before Upkeep costs are paid to help lower the overall cost of maintaining the mob.
However, scrap that was collected because the other mob bottled out is only worth half the amount as usual usually d6 becoming d3. All special rules for the different types of Orks remain the same except ignore the pinning rule for Grots. If a vehicle already has a gubbin which calculates its cost based off the cost of the weapon such as Loads O Ammo then you must also pay the difference in the cost for that gubbin if you wish to upgrade a gun to twinlinked. Both small or large vehicles but not bikes can choose to have traks for no additional cost.
It is also allowable to pay for a second Big Gun on a vehicle, in which case it would also be treated as a twin-linked weapon. High Voltage When attacking with this weapon the user can exchange all of its attacks for one attack at double their strength.
Capture Grots or Diggas who are removed from play because of a model armed with this weapon in close combat are automatically captured no roll on the Serious Injury table required. Knockback A model hit by this weapon must pass a Strength test or be Knocked Down. Drivers that suffer Knockback are instead Stunned. Dangerous A to-hit roll of 1 will automatically cause a Strength 4 hit on the user. Distraction Enemy models in base contact with a model armed with a weapon with this special rule suffer -1 WS.
Multiple Wounds For every unsaved wound caused by a weapon with this special rule, the model suffers a number of wounds equal to the number in brackets. Vehicles are unaffected by this rule. Entangle A model that is Entangled counts as being Knocked Down, and will continue to be counted as Knocked Down until it frees itself. An Entangled model can attempt to free itself at the beginning of its turn by rolling the number in brackets on a d6, adding 1 for every other friendly model within 1.
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MiniWarGaming's Gorkamorka Rules
Gorkamorka is a tabletop skirmish wargame produced by Games Workshop. It is set on the desert world of Angelis in the Warhammer 40, setting, and prominently features Orks. The player takes control of a group of warriors with the objective to gain wealth and experience. The rules are derived from the second edition of Warhammer 40,, with extra vehicle rules and an extensive campaign system added. In the rule book and source book for Gorkamorka were released on the Games Workshop website under the "Out of Print Games" section. The expansion set, Digganob , has not been released online.
GorkaMorkA Core Rulebooks PDFs
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MiniWarGaming's Gorkamorka Rules.pdf
Gorkamorka is one of the Specialist Games set in the Warhammer universe. It is functionally identical to Necromunda , and its Warhammer Fantasy cousin Mordheim , in that it is a narrative skirmish-level wargame, revolving around two or more players and their personalized band of fighters in a story-like campaign setting. Its selling point is that it was themed as the story of mobs of Orks fighting for survival, entertainment and riches upon the desert world of Angelis. This makes it the only Specialist Game where the focus was on playing nonhumans , an approach that has only recently been looked towards in the form of Fantasy Flight Games ' Chaos-focused Black Crusade and now as of January Gangs of Commorragh. Only three books for Gorkamorka were ever released; Da Roolz rulebook , Da Uvver Book background fluff, scenarios, and campaign running , Digganob expanded fluff, new factions, special characters and new missions , alongside a short run of a magazine called "Gubbinz" added scenarios, weapons, gubbbinz for vehicles, tips to build terrain, a new faction, and a scenario to use Necrons.