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DwarfHallIcon Khazâd ai-mênu!
The Dwarf Hall is a special Barracks that only appear in stages 14 and 22 of Kingdom Rush: Frontiers, The Dark Descent and Darklight Depths. It trains three dwarfs wearing light armour and armed with war hammers.

Abilities

Mithril Armor

MithrilArmor "...as hard as dragon scales!"

Increases a dwarf's physical armor.

level Gold Armor
1 250 Medium (50%)
2 100 High (75%)

Mithril Hammers

MithrilHammer "As light as a feather..."

Increases a dwarf's attack damage.

level Gold Damage Bonus Damage after upgrade
1 200 +5              17-22
2 100 +10              22-27
3 100 +15              27-32

Dwarfweiser

Dwarfweiser "Wassuuuup!" DrinksDwarfweiser

A magic drink that grants super life regeneration (20 HP per second). Cooldown: 10 seconds.

level Gold Duration (seconds)
1 250 3
2 150 5
3 150 7

Range

Strategy

  • These dwarfs are similar to the Holy Order from the previous game: both can heal themselves and can upgrade their armor, but without Holy Strike.
  • Except for maybe holding back a few stragglers in Darklight Depths, they are almost absolutely worthless while there are any Saurian Deathcoils within firing range.

Related Achievements

Oaken OAKENSHIELD Have a single dwarf soldier heal a total of 500 life.

Quotes

  • Let them come!
  • That still counts as one!
  • Khazâd ai-mênu!

Trivia

  • "That still counts as one!"
    • A line spoken by the character Gimli in The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.
  • "Let them come!"
    • A line spoken by the character Gimli in The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring.
  • "Khazâd ai-mênu!"
    • A phrase spoken in Khuzdul, the Dwarven language created by J.R.R. Tolkien for The Lord of the Rings. The phrase translates as "The Dwarves are upon you!"
  • As light as a feather
    • The first part of a line spoken by Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring, when he passes on his Mithril vest to his nephew Frodo.
  • ...as hard as dragon scales
    • The second half of the same quote.
  • Dwarfweiser
    • A take on the name Budweiser, a Czechish lager that is one of the highest selling beers in the United States.
  • Wassuuuup!
    • A reference to an advertising campaign for Budweiser that began in 1999. The phrase entered pop-culture almost immediately.
  • The Dwarf unit names are all taken from Tolkien's works. Tolkien himself got the names from a list of dwarf names in the Völuspá, an epic Norse poem from the Poetic Edda.
    • Balin
    • Bifur
    • Bofur
    • Bombur
    • Durin
    • Dwalin
    • Gimli
    • Gloin
    • Oin
    • Thorin
  • The achievement Oakenshield is a reference to Tolkien's book, The Hobbit, in which Oakenshield is a nickname belonging to Thorin Oakenshield, a dwarvish king.