The next batch of releases for both Warmachine and Hordes are available both in the Privateer Press webshop and at an LGS near you (hopefully, anyway). There’s some biggest of the big and some rather small things coming out. I mean, one figure has part of a ship on his back. Others are just human solos. There’s also the latest issue of No Quarter magazine.
From the release:
Eager to devour any who pass within reach of their webbed claws, the sea kings have heard Hoarluk Doomshaper’s call and ventured from the seas. Rising out of ancient legend to bring horror from the deep to the foes of the Trollbloods, these enormous marine beasts can easily smash a ship’s hull and devour its entire crew, leaving nothing but splintered timbers behind.
Faith alone is insufficient to protect the faithful. Thus, the Devout was built to guard the Protectorate’s leaders from heretics and engraved with holy inscriptions to protect its controller from accursed magic. The Dervish, on the other hand, is a divinely inspired weapon that uses its chassis’ unparalleled reflexes wholly for offense. The Purifier, crafted as a literal interpretation of wrathful scripture, has a singular drive to eradicate unbelief through the cleansing fires of the Creator.
Few deliverers survive long enough to gain true mastery of the weapons they wield, but those who do can earn the distinguished title of arms master, directing their charges in combat from the back lines. Tasked with the upkeep and repair of Skyhammer rockets and Sunburst artillery, they also train the faithful in the use of these devastating weapons.
The artillery kapitans of the Winter Guard understand the true strength of Khadoran artillery. Under their command, crews lay down fearsome barrages just ahead of their advancing troops, decimating enemy lines while creating a chaotic environment that Khadoran forces can turn to their advantage. Often friendly troops are caught in these blasts, but a kapitan knows such losses are a necessary price of victory.
A malevolent specter born of Cryxian magic, the Hellslinger Phantom bears a striking resemblance to the Cygnaran warcaster Allister Caine, and rumors suggest it was made from a sliver of his very soul. The Hellslinger Phantom mimics Caine’s style on the battlefield, firing runeshots akin to the ones employed by gun mages. First spotted in a remote town in northern Cygnar, the phantom slaughtered a large number of innocent civilians, and now every day it roams free, the body count grows.
No Quarter #72 sails at full-speed with a galley full of new content. Battle enemy sailors in No Quarter games newest offering, Deck Raiders, a boarding-action pirate skirmish game. Dive into the mysteries of the Wicked Harvest as we explore the background of the upcoming Hordes Faction. Gavyn Kyle may finally be over his head as he gathers intelligence on Malekus, The Burning Truth. All this, plus the brand-new Knight Exemplar theme force, piracy in the wilds in “Iron Kingdoms Uncharted,” and lots of additional content for WARMACHINE and HORDES!