Any citizen of Ashlar knows the Dwarves have always preferred to do things their own way; but isn't this a bit risky?
About this creation
The Dwarven Catapault is a well known and somewhat bizarre means of transporting the small fellows. Unlike a conventional catapault, this confounded contraption launches the bravest dwarves into crowds of very confused foes.
In the 14th Century, King Yrgna Trohs commissioned his own personal 'Dwarf Tosser' made of the finest gold and silver.
(Originally intended only for display, however, in 'The Third Battle of Morcia', the King's catapault saw usage in 'The Skirmish on the Ankoria Pass'.)
Nonak could well be the greatest Dwarf-projectile in the land and King Yrgna happily accepted him as one of his companions. Here we see him choosing the right weapon to dispatch a horde of trolls that are camping a dwarves-throw away
The King's Cousin, Manfred inspects the firing arm.
While Brom adjusts the throwing distance.
The full machine.
The King and his Companions.
From left to right: Fridda- brother of Gidda, Nonak Heavy-skull, Manfred Thickbeard, King Yrgna, Bollo the Unwise, Brom, Gidda- brother of Fridda.