Not to be confused with the 2nd Pork Army, a division of the First Army of Pork

"We will be able to make a great army, with great power, and great prospects. Which will do great wonders and destroy every great army that stands in its way. And we will build ourselves a great empire."
– Edd

The Second Army of Pork was the second army of Porkmen created by Edd. The First Army of Pork was destroyed along with the porkcruxes at the end of Voltz Wars: Season Four, however, the reincarnation of the army was created by Edd via the sacrifice of Albert Swinebelly in a Porkish Ritual. The Second Army is currently very small and poorly armed, and only holds the keep of Valonia, a shadow of the former Army.



The standard infantry of all Porkish Armies. The Porkmen of the second army were created via a Porkish Birthing Ritual as opposed to via the Porkcruxes like in the first Army. Though this has diminished their numbers, the Porkmen are still a quite large force. They are poorly armored and equipped, as a result of Valonia having few stockpiles of armor and iron.


Young Porkmen who have been recently created by a Porkish Birthing Ritual. Porklings are not as strong as their elder counterparts, but are much faster moving. They wear no armor and weild daggers. Porklings grow quite rapidly into Porkmen.

High CommandEdit

Lord EddEdit

The supreme commander of the Army. Edd founded the army and created the first Porklings through the Porkish Birthing Ritual. Edd holds undisputed command over his soldiers, and is quite the formidable fighter himself. He holds the direct divine authority of the Pork King.

Captain PepperEdit

The first commanding officer to be named after Edd. Pepper distinguished himself during the capture of Valonia, leading to his promotion. He was one of the first batch of Porklings to be created by Edd.

Master Kendrick of the PorkEdit

A human who has pledged himself to the Pork. Kendrick was formerly of the High Command of Valonia, but betrayed them to join Edd. Kendrick has some relation to the Pork Lords of Old, and revered them even before joining the Army.