The new year will be here relatively soon. And while my own eyes need glasses to see correctly, Privateer Press is giving us 2020 vision with a look at what will be coming out in February. Have yourselves a look at new Warmachine, Monsterpocalypse, and Riot Quest releases.
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Yup, that's right. Giant robots ahead.
Once among Cygnar’s most noble and competent military commanders, Alain Runewood has forsaken his nation and his soul to enter the service of the infernals.
With a rage utterly unfettered by the constraints of humanity, Nicia has bound herself the infernal cause. A peerless killer, she stalks the battlefield, unleashing death and misery in her wake.
Saved from certain death for an uncertain future, Nemo’s newfound purpose in life is to save humanity from the threat of the infernals. With his soul encapsulated in a machine designed by the Convergence, he is driven to escape with as many as he can, regardless of where they may find themselves when the end comes.
Zor-Magna gracefully wields bladed chakram, stepping through the carnage of the battlefield in an intricate but deadly dance. Unlike her fellow Zors, she has mastered the art of dealing death from a distance, unleashing from her chakram powerful energy blasts. And once she finds a target, she can unleash a constant barrage of merciless attacks. But make no mistake: though her dance is beautiful, she carries within her the iron will of all Shinobi.
Mecha-Maxim is the culmination of the Uber Corp’s attempts scientists to combine the agility of the Shinobi with the devastating munitions of the vile corporation. Leading armies with dastardly tactics, he establishes advantageous scenarios in Uber Corp’s war for world domination.
The enigmatic Shadow Sun Industries have yet again created new ways to use their growth technology with the C-Type Shinobi. These highly trained Shinobi wait to attack from inside interceptors before triggering their nanites, ambushing unsuspecting targets with powerful energy weapons.
Speeding on their hover bikes, shadow riders cut down their foes in a flash. In order to use their bikes to maximum effectiveness, they stunt their nanite-powered growth slightly, making them sleek killing machines. When coordinating their attacks with allies, they can take down even the most well-armored foes with their energized swords.
From the laboratories of the Uber Corp come more engines of destruction. In their attempt to make a match for the rock-steady G-Tank, they instead created something altogether unique. Gliding nearly silently with anti-gravity technology are the U-tank weapon platforms. Their massive cannons deal death and destruction to all would stop their constant advance.
The Anti-Air-Ape-Bot is a perverse facsimile of the warriors of the Empire of the Apes. They have been seen slinging their chain fists, ripping enemies from the skies. Standing triumphant over the wreckage of enemy fighters, they prepare to unleash a frenzied mass of chains to eradicate any remaining resistance.
How much wood would Chuck Dogwood chuck if Chuck Dogwood could chuck wood? You’ll never know—because he’ll teleport your keister into the sun.
What has four arms and wants revenge for a thousand years of suffering inflicted on his kind? Two smaller normal dudes…or this guy.
Don’t ever tell Helga that she’s not fast ’cause then she’s gonna get real busy killin’ and maimin’ to prove to you that she is.