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Orkoid Species

Amongst the largest of all Squigs, the Squiggoth is a massive quadrupedal beast (although it ranges in size from that of a main Battle tank to that of a Titan) kept by Feral Orks.


There have been woolly, tusked Squiggoths seen on battlefields, but the most common appears similar to a dinosaur. It commonly has a howdah on its back, where boyz ride into battle, shooting mounted guns, such as the Supa-lobba as they go. To protect their "ride", Orks usually add armour plating.[Needs Citation]

As with all Greenskin organisms, the Magos Biologis of the Adeptus Mechanicus have identified Squiggoth's as fungal lifeforms, though they are fairly rare and can only be grown by the specialist breeder Pigdok of the Snakebites Clan. The size of the Squiggoth is determined by the effectiveness of the feed-formula the breeder gives his creature. Less-effective formulas may result in puny Squiggoths while high-quality formulas will see them keep growing and growing.[1]

Squiggoths themselves vary in size and shape, but there are two primary subspecies:

  • Big Squiggoths are the smaller but more common breed of Squiggoths, either young or whose breeding and feed were less effective and have stunted growth. They most often travel in packs.[1]
  • Gargantuan Squiggoths are monsterous creatures the size of a small Imperial Titan, bred from the finest secret feed-formulas of the Snake Bites Clan. They are sometimes the favored steeds of powerful Ork Warbosses.[1]


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