Don't you want to say, "In July" over the snow? Isn't that the fun of it?
I can assure you that there won't be snow here in Atlanta in July. And, hopefully, by then, we'll be getting closer to some semblance of normalcy in our everyday lives. But if we're all stuck inside, sure, let it snow. But talking about meteorology isn't what we're here for. We're here to look at July's releases from Privateer Press for Monsterpocalypse.
From the announcement:
Monsterpocalypse – Rastaban – Draken Armada Monster (metal/resin)
When the first ships of the Draken Armada entered our solar system, humanity braced itself for even more conflict, fearing another threat had entered the Monsterpocalypse. When their first Bastion Landers touched down near Chicago, and Rastaban attacked Gorghadra, that fear turned into a hope that these space dragons could represent new allies in the struggle to protect Earth. When days later Rastaban addressed the leaders of the planet, it became clear that this noble race had joined our fight and might be what finally turns the tide.
Monsterpocalypse – Fusiliers, Elite Fusilier, Warder – Draken Armada Unit (metal/resin)
The forces of the Draken Armada are a living example that appearances can be deceiving. These fierce dragonoid creatures are highly intelligent and technologically sophisticated. They fight with military precision and have a level of technology that human science can barely distinguish from magic. Fusiliers make up the bulk of the forces they’ve landed on Earth and Mars so far, and their sturdy Warders have proven their worth over and over again, sacrificing themselves to protect other Draken warriors and their newfound human allies.
Monsterpocalypse – Courser, Elite Courser, Draken Berserker – Draken Armada Unit (metal/resin)
The homeworld of the Draken Armada is still a mystery in many regards, but it seems that many of its higher forms of life share numerous similarities. Whereas mammals became dominant on Earth, reptilian creatures fill many niches of the ecosystem on that distant planet. Seeming to serve the same purpose as hunting hounds in human cultures, the beasts known as Coursers range ahead of their Draken masters, flushing prey from its hiding places. Draken berserkers seem more at ease with their more beastial allies but thankfully have little trouble telling friend from foe in the heat of battle.