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In the BoC Codex it states that:
"If he or the unit he is with is the target of a spell that is successfully cast, Khazrak gains +1 strength for the remainder of the battle."
Now, technically it does not say that it has to be an enemy spell, it just says spell. So, in theory, your own shaman can cast a spell on Khazrak or his unit, and he will gain +1 strength.
Sorry if this has been stated already, but I just had to ask.
Well if taht is a full correct quote, then yes! Bears Anger him and really pump his Str!
Also note that those modifiers stack up to a max of 10. So you could just keep casting on his unit and make him a 4 attack cannonball that has to roll to his but can do more than d6 wounds! Khazrak is a nifty character.
No, I don't have any wool.
I like putting him in ambush with a shammie in the same unit. The shammie has two items, the staff that gives you the magical movement and power stone. I attempt to toss a Bear's Anger, then activate the power stone and cast the extra move, if there's another sham near by I'll try to cast another bears anger. Oh and it can be useful to have another heard attempt to pop up near Khaz so you can move him there and keep him safe.