Using the old Regiments of Renown format I present Ol'Lund Dartfinger and the Knuckledragger gang.
The mountains surrounding Mordro Valley are filled with a particularly hardy breed of Orc often referred to as cave Orcs for their habit of residing in the shallow caves and abandoned Dwarf mines in the higher reaches of the mountains.
Years of cramped confinement through the harsh winter months of the high peaks, these cave Orcs have developed a more pronounced stooped stature with hands nearly reaching the ground. Its said they can bound down their low ceiling-ed corridors on all fours as fast as a man can sprint.
Ol’Lund Dartfinger and the Knuckledragger gang-
Having perfected the art of chopping Dwarf limbs with their great choppa’s, Ol’Lund and his Knuckledragger gang have made their way down to the greater valley to try their hand in the raiding and pillaging alongside rest of the boyz of the valley. Though rumor has it they are actually fleeing the wrath of a young dwarf captain Baelrik Tillurideson and his avenging troop of warrior miners.
Armament: In emulation of their leader most of the Knuckledraggers carry great two handed choppas and mix of crude bludgeoning weapons, axes and swords.
Dress: A mix of dirty rags and furs to protect them from the cold mountain air.
Battlecry: The usually cacophony of swearing, though when confronting stunties its usually a string of insults regarding the length of their mothers beards.
Leader: Ol’Lund Dartfinger. Ol’Lund is a master with the two handed Choppa and suffers no penalties for using a double-handed weopon.
Deeds: After several weeks of deadlocked siege during the battle of Leadrock Mine, Through the use of some colorful verbal abuse, Ol’Lund managed to persuade the Dwarf commander foremen Tilluride Forkbeard from his barricades to a challenge in single combat. Ol’Lund duly split Tilluride in twain with his great two handed choppa. The Knuckledragger gang made short work of flushing the now demoralized Dwarfs from their mine.
A few examples of minor conversion, mostly head gear, to help break up the monotony.