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Privateer Press Previews April Releases

April showers bring May flowers. That's the old saying. But, in this instance, it's April showers bring new releases from Privateer Press. Ok, so, it's not as catchy, but it still means new figures for your tabletop. Let's take a look.

To understand a Necroscourge Nexus, you must first understand the Necroscourge nanites. Creating a nexus is a slow, resource-intensive process. The nanites operate like ants building vast interstellar energy networks. The Necroscourge nanites bore wormholes in space, allowing energy to flow freely from their home world across their vaster interstellar network. It coalesces into a Nexus, allowing its controllers to harvest the dark energies of the Swarm Hive.

The World Tree is not so much a tree as it is a global living organism. A prominent member of the Vegetyrant family, the World Tree can appear anywhere at any time. Instantly blooming into the skyline, this seemingly ancient tree can grow to the size of a skyscraper. The World Tree acts as a planetary defense system, springing up for enemies to be smashed against. Thought to be extinct, these Titanis Dendro now can be spotted blossoming across the world as the Vegetyrants rise once more to their former glory.

Void maulers are repurposed Triton crustaceans first assimilated to the Swarm Hive in the battle to enslave Karkinos. Their hollow carapace is filled with spare nanites that can shield and reinforce the swarms around them. Since amalgamation, they have become larger extensions of the nanites themselves, passing through the Nexus freely to infest the interstellar tides. The hexchantress is a lieutenants of the Necroscourge. Gigantic and mortifying to behold, these witches pass through the Necroscourge Nexus directly from the Swarm Hive. They use their dark energy to spurn on allies, and they possess a near magical ability to sense their prey no matter where they may be concealed.

Floruina is the mother of Vegetyrant life, and her children, the flowering sprayers, were made in her image. Using gas built up in its bulbs, the flowering sprayer can launch seeds as high-speed bullet-like projectiles that can even riddle tank armor with holes. Its discharged seeds sprout into new Vegetyrant life, ready to fight. The largest and oldest flowering sprayers gain a bioluminescent glow that can illuminate even the deepest darkness. The whomping nettle, also known by its ancient name “the blood vine,” is not a bush to be messed with. As a front-line combatant of the Vegetyrant forces, this mass of vines and thorns waits motionless and seemingly peacefully for its prey to approach. Once it has an enemy in range, it slams its heft against them and pulverizies its prey to pulp.

Tulcan is an ancient Keeper who arrived in the Hyperuranion with the original refugees from that long lost world, a true master of the arcane arts

With access to best human-produced arms in the Hyperuranion, the shadowy Quartermaster is a mercenary through and through, willing to sell her services to any paymaster.

A robot of mystery on the run, Axel is ever willing to sell his services to the highest bidder in order to afford the continual maintenance that keeps him operational. The frenetic machine constantly moves about the battlefield, whether setting up a shot or dodging enemy fire.

The mysterious entity known as Fenrik Leech is a skilled wyrd combatant with a deep and intuitive knowledge of the operation of void gates using his fine perceptions of the flow of Arc.

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