"Funded by the Church, Ulric's 'sons' are schooled against Beastmen, ensuring they always fight with zeal and vigour - for the alternative is to be torn apart whilst still living!"
The Swords of Ulric.[2]
The Swords of Ulric

The Swords of Ulric.

The Swords of Ulric, also known as the Sons of Ulric, are a Middenland regiment of Swordsmen raised by the Cult of Ulric.


The formidable training of the Swords of Ulric consists not of marches or military drills, but instead on patrols and war parties led out of the city itself and into the hazardous regions of the Drakwald Forest, where they hunt out the tribes of beastmen that have taken residence in the land. Initiates hoping to join this famed regiment must accompany such excursions into the forest; only those that fight with honour (and survive) in the gruesome endeavour shall be admitted into the regiment.[1a]

It is left to each soldier to equip himself in the blue and white colours of Middenland, but once he becomes a full member, most of the funding for equipment and supplies are administered by the Temple of Ulric. Since the regiments founding, in the days when Count Mandred Skavenslayer rallied the Empire behind him and became Emperor, the Sons of Ulric have borne yellow shields into battle, a tradition that still hold true today. Also by tradition, each shield must bear a variation of the same device; a red wolf, signifying Ulric embattled. The grim northerners have little room for formal ceremony, but what they lack in parade-ground discipline, they make up for with uncommon savagery and dedication on the battlefield.[1a]


  • Portrait of a Sword of Ulric


  • 1: Uniforms and Heraldry of the Empire
    • 1a: pg. 25
  • 2: Total War: Warhammer II

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