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Happy New Year!

What's that? You say it's October? Well, we're celebrating the New Year anyway. At least, we're prepping for it. Yes, we're getting 2020 vision with a preview of the January releases that Privateer Press will have.

Time again for some new releases from Privateer Press. Though they're moving to a new location, that doesn't mean that you have to continue to wait for some figures. If you're the religious type, these releases are for you, as there's the Morrowan, Menite, and Primal Archons available for Warmachine and Hordes. If you're into something more skirmish-sized, you can pick up either (or both) of the new Riot Quest figures that are now out.

Jingle bears! Jingle bears! Jingle all the bears! *jinglejinglejingle*

What's that? You're not ready for the holiday season yet? it's not even actually Autumn yet? Well, that doesn't mean we can't start looking ahead to December. Privateer Press is, showing off their upcoming releases. Get your holiday list ready now.

Privateer Press had a bit of a strange release issue ... umm... issue with their August and September releases, making them be split up a bit. That sometimes just happens in the gaming world, as all of you are well aware, I'm sure. Well, there's a trio of new kits available that you can pick up. There's two Infernal Horrors as well as a redone Buccaneer light jack.

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It's a giant robot alert here in the newsroom because we've got some new Privateer Press releases for November to show off. And since they include some Monsterpocalypse, that means some giant robots. But those with a love of the Iron Kingdoms aren't left out. There's Warmachine, Hordes, and their new Riot Quest with things to show off as well.

As Theme Forces are going to be drastically changing with the Oblivion expansion for Warmachine and Hordes, Privateer Press has been giving us a look at just how those themes will be altered. Theme Forces have been a big part of the game for quite a long time, and changing them up is a big overhaul for the game. This time around, we get a look at Circle Orboros and the The Wild Hunt theme force.

With Oblivion's release getting closer by the moment, players are wondering how their favorite theme forces will be changing. In this preview, we head to the Trollkin villages and see how these mighty Dhunians are shaping up. Check out the changes to the Kriel Company lists.

October. *wistful sigh* How I wish you were here now. Alas, it is not to be. But it'll be here before we know it. And Privateer Press is making sure you're excited about their releases by giving us a preview for Warmachine, Hordes, Monsterpocalypse, and Riot Quest. Let's take a look.

With Oblivion, Warmachine and Hordes are getting something of a new edition. There's certainly going to be some changes to the game, not least of which are the updates to how Theme Forces work. They've given us a generalized, "So, Theme Forces are changing" article. This time around, they get more into the specifics by showing off the Thornfall Alliance. They gonna make you squeal, piggy!

Theme Forces have been a major part of Warmachine and Hordes for a while now. When the Oblivion book comes out, though, they're getting a bit of an overhaul. How will that work? Well, we get a look at just that in this preview. Let's go have a look-see.

Man, I wish it was September. While we've had a bit of a respite from the heat this past week, being only the start of June still, it'll come back, and with a vengeance. Not looking forward to that. What I am looking forward to are all the Privateer Press releases in September. There's Warmachine. There's Hordes. There's Monsterpocalypse (including <whoop! whoop! whoop!> Giant robot alert!). There's Riot Quest. Let's take a look.

If you want to celebrate all things Privateer Press, there's no better place to do so than at Lock & Load. It's just under a month away, and Privateer has posted up a little taste of what you can expect when you head over to the show.

You know, it's a third of the way through May. It's weird to think that August really isn't all that far away already. When I first got the e-mail about this, I was like, "Wow, already?" But then I looked at the calendar and went, "yeah... I guess so." Anyway, enough of my being surprised by time, and let's take a look at what Privateer Press will be coming out with in August.

While the Privateer Press homepage might still be going through some reworking, their store is just fine. As such, they've started taking pre-orders for their next Black Anchor Industries figure. This time, it's the Well of Orboros for Hordes. Pre-order now and you get a free water bottle with your purchase.

We're just getting into the middle of February, but Privateer Press is already looking forward to further into the year. These are the things they May release.

I realize the English doesn't work at all for that joke, but I think it was worth it. Anyway, let's see what's coming up for Warmachine, Hordes, and Monsterpocalypse.

It would seem like Privateer Press is getting into that "10 Year Challenge" thing that's going on where you post a picture of yourself currently, along with one from 10 years ago to see how you've changed. In these previews for Warmachine and Hordes, we have a new Tharn Blood Shaman, but we also have a look back at a previous time in both Severius' and Caine's life.

Privateer Press is showing off some new releases for Hordes. And since all of us up in the North are locked away in winter's icy grip, they're taking us to the deserts of Western Immoren with a look at some upcoming Skorne releases. Let's check 'em out.

No foolin', April will be here before you know it (I mean, it's already mid-January, if you can believe that). And Privateer Press is ready to show off some of what they've got coming. If you're a Steelhead fan, and wanting some heavy artillery, you'll be happy with what you're getting. Also, if you're a Grymmkin player, you'll also be happy.

While the other day, we got a look at March's releases, these kits from Privateer Press will be hitting shelves a lot sooner. there's a new figure for Convergence of Cyriss, as well as a group of figures for Circle of Orboros. Have yourselves a look.

The New Year is almost upon us. While we look back at all the things that happened in 2018, it's also a good time to look ahead at what will be coming out in 2019. For Privateer Press, that's quite a lot. They've got big plans for Warmachine and Hordes, expansions for Monsterpocalypse, and a whole new skirmish game in a possible, post-apocalyptic Iron Kingdoms. Have yourself a look.

Hard to think that the new year is already so close at hand. But we're really just 2.6 months from it. And while I'm sure most of you don't want to actually think about all of that, Privateer Press isn't worried about it. In fact, they're looking forward to it. So much so that they're showing off their January releases. There's some Warmachine. There's some Hordes. There's some Monsterpocalypse. Have a look.

Privateer is lining up for a big December. They've got a whole bunch of Hordes and Warmachine releases, as well as Monsterpocalypse releases. That includes the "dinosaur" faction for MonPoc. You know my thoughts on those sorts of things. So, of course, I'm excited to see how it goes. Let's take a look at what they've got in the pipeline for the holidays.

A new pre-order for Privateer Press' Black Anchor Industries is available. This time around, it's the Skorne who are getting the figure in the form of a new towering battle engine. It's the Supreme Guardian, and it takes their soulstone technology to the max. If you want a huge living statue wading across the battlefield, this is the figure for you. And as with every pre-release they do, you get a Black Anchor swag piece with it. In this case, it's a patch.

Two recent factions are getting things this release wave from Privateer Press. The Crucible Guard, the brand-new alchemist faction has a trio, including Combat Alchemists, the Dragon's Breath Rocket Launcher, and the Liberator light warjack. Then, sneaking its way in there, is the Hollow Holden attachment for the Grymkin. Kinda out of nowhere with that one.
In Khador, the philosophy is "bigger is better." So they don't just make warjacks, they make huge warjacks. They don't just make armored soldiers, they make huge armored soldiers. They are the Men-O-War. And they are getting a new theme force box for Warmachine. There's also a new version of one of the original warcasters for the game, as well as a Legion of Everblight release is sneaking into this batch of releases.