I'm not saying he would win, and I'm not even partial to Bad Moonz (seriously everyone and their granny has Bad Moon Orks), but I'm getting kind of tired of the hate Skarblitz gets just for having a hint at a history with the Space Marines. The logic is very, very simple: Humans are everywhere Orks are everywhere Orks fight humans Orks stomp humans Humans call for Space Marine reinforcements Orks stomp Space Marine reinforcements Orks loot Space Marine stuff Boss gets the best loot Dreadnaught arm is big and killy, so Boss gets it Orks fight humanity the most, so it only makes sense that most of their loot comes from them. I don't see why Ork fans hate a Warboss for killing Space Marines. Isn't that a little backwards? I would think da Boyz would be eager to follow a Boss who is clearly adept at pulping GW's poster boys, especially ones as "exalted" as the choppy Space Wolves. Don't see him as "Space Marines continue to dominate the fluff," but more like "This Boss proves that Orks are fully capable of smashing anyone in their way." The way I see it, Space Marines are easier to write about, so they take up the bulk of the range of books. They also appeal to writers more because Space Marines have more to worry about than Orks do (like "honor" and "duty," all that muckin' about), so there's far more room for character development.