What these combat-hungry Orcs lack in skill, they make up for in brutality. Fighting in packs of three, these able warriors are the core of Vez'nan's army.
|Heal Rate (per 2s)||Damage|
Lust For Combat
"Pain? I'll show you pain!"
Orcs* gain bonus damage.
*: Includes Orc Captain.
"Listen up, scrubs!"
Promotes an Orc Warrior to Captain, improving his damage and health.
Seal of Blood
"This? Just a scratch."
Orc Warriors** win HP regeneration per second.
**: Includes Orc Captain.
- Orcs are usually the mixed of all bag of the Barracks compared to the likes of the Dark Knights, Elite Harassers or Grim Cemetery. They are weaker statwise than Barracks in KR1 and KRF, though their level 4 abilities are powerful and make them much better at stalling.
- Unlike the Dark Knights and Elite Harassers, Orcs come in groups of 3, and unlike the Grim Cemetery, can be purposely rallied to defend a location.
- Fully upgraded Orcs are strong both offensively and defensively. Lust for Combat will make them deal more damage and will make them beat weaker enemies in a fair fight. Seal of Blood allows them to regenerate health over time which makes them bulkier. The Captain Promotion summons an Orc Captain which has higher stats compared to an Orc Warrior, and it benefit from Lust for Combat and Seal of Blood.
- WAR RATIONS (1 soul): With a full belly, Barracks units have improved health. (30% additional HP)
- GUILD OF MERCHANTS (2 souls): Costs of towers' special skills is now reduced. (15% cost reduction)
- MASTER ARCHITECTS (2 souls):All towers gain extra bonus damage. (10% additional basic attack damage)
- "Puny humans!"
- "Proud warriors! Hurrah!"
- "Ka Mate! Ka Mate!"
- "We die, we live again!" (when built)
- "Come get some!" (Lust for Combat)
- "This one knows how to count!" (Captain Promotion)
- "Lets go wreck it!" (Seal of Blood)
- The Orc Warrior Den is based on the Orc enemy from the first Kingdom Rush.
- The tier 3 Orcs are a reference to the Grunts from Warcraft 3.
- "Puny Humans"
- seems to loosely refer to "Puny Human", a line spoken by the 2003 Hulk.
- "Ka Mate! Ka Mate!"
- Part of the Haka a ceremonial Māori dance most commonly seen performed by the New Zealand rugby team the All Blacks, who chant and perform the dance before a match as a means to intimidate their opponents. The words "Ka Mate" translate to "I die".
- "We die, we live again"
- Taken from the 2015 film Mad Max: Fury Road. The original line is spoken by the character Nux "I live, I die. I LIVE AGAIN!"
- Orc Warrior names do not appear to have any significant meaning or reference. They are simple, one or two syllable names.