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this has problably been asked a million times, but what do Gork and Mork stand for individually?
i no that one is cunning and one is strength or something, but which one is which
as far as i know they're two ork gods, one for cunning, and one for brutality no idea which is which. not much else i know about. i remember something about brutal cunning and cunning brutality, but thats just a faint memory.
i new they were the gods, but i didnt know which is which
yeah, sorry i cant help with more, thats all i know. it probably says in the codex
Gork is brutal but cunning. Mork is cunning but brutal. This makes Gorkerz krump and slog and dakka-dakka and break fingz and Morkerz use cunnin' and wazza-wazza (speed) and teknolojee and skillz. Morker mobz have more Oddboyz (and all that entails: KoS, tinkerin', bioniks), Gorker mobz have more muscle and firepower.
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[QUOTE=Behdini]Gork is brutal but cunning. Mork is cunning but brutal. QUOTE]
doesnt that mean they are the same, or did you type it wrong
Roughly the same thing, but a sutble difference.
Those boyz at fluff HQ will help.
Moved to 40k Fluff.
Please, please don't start off with the ork-speak. A little is ok but some things are just OTT.Originally Posted by Behdini
The only difference between tattooed people and non-tattooed people is that tattooed people are awesome and can kick your ass.
"War does not determine who is right - only who is left."
The orks have gods? :huh:
Can you hear the voices too?
As Behdini said, one is brutal but cunning, whilst the other is cunning but brutal. This means that one will punch you in the face really hard, whilst the other sneaks up behind you and hits you slighly less hard, but in a place that hurts more. Thay have also seperated by the fact that one is mean and the other is meaner.
As far as which is which is concerned, the orks have not quite agreed. In fact, it is a source of much contention between ork clans, and indeed individual orks, who use it as another excuse to fight amongst one another. In fact, several wars between ork clans have been started solely because the warbosses disagree on which God is which. Regardless of attributes all orks believe Gork and Mork help them in battle.
If it helps a little more, I believe the differences between the two gods in the WHFB fluff are a little more clear. Here, Gork is the god of strength and Mork the god of magic (and cunning). In the WH40K universe, however, there is no such clear decision.
Hope this helps,