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Harald Hammerstorm (Otherwise known as "Harry the Hammer") is a character based deeply in the history of Warhammer.
How deep, you ask?
How about "So Deep that when Warhammer was born, he was the first guy on the cover of the first boxed set, smacking up a skeleton with a hammer"? Or, if that doesn't satisfy you, "Deep enough to have appeared again in the 2E Boxed Set, throwing down with Orcs and Goblins"? Yeah, HE held the first Warhammer, before Sigmar ever saved some lumpy Dwarf. One would think that he'd be a memorable character, right? WRONG. He, like his probable penmate Grombrindal the White Dwarf, all he remained as was a figure, a mascot without a story.
"Harald Hammerstorm is a Chaos Champion who spent years roaming the Chaos Wastes slaughtering any enemies he could find. He is a legend among the Norse and Kurgan, known as one of the greatest fighters in the northern lands, he became famous when he killed the demon Mathrag Hirnquetscher, in the battle of Khorsvold, striking its head from its shoulders with a single blow of his war hammer. He is known also as the eternal nemesis of the undead. Tales are told of how he arrived on a freezing Midwinter day, with his tribe of warriors in the middle of the chaos waste ruins of Vorshgar, and slew every undead being within single-handedly. Since that day, he has had a particular hatred for the living dead. Harald is absolutely fearless, and his hammer is a powerful artifact that can kill supernatural opponents with a single blow. The aura of chaos that surrounds him is so strong that his usually fearless undead opponents are known to flee and suffer the mortal emotion of fear.
During the End Times, Harald finally met an undead enemy he could not best. The Vampire Lord Vlad von Carstein was able to slay the warrior after a fearsome duel."