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No Quarter Magazine

Winter isn't coming... Winter's here! ... Y'know, solstice and all. And with winter comes winter trolls. Privateer Press has posted up a preview of new kits of some Northkin troll warbeasts. There's also a look at the upcoming issue of No Quarter Prime for you to check out.
The Wicked Harvest continues. The latest crop of Hordes releases for the Grymkin are now available. Seems to be a pretty good time, just as we move into October. They've got some of the biggest and smallest models available for the faction in this release. From a diminutive weapon crew all the way up to a Warlock/Battle Engine. And even if you're not interested in the Grymkin, you can check out No Quarter Prime, their magazine. It's available, too.
Privateer Press is updating No Quarter magazine. As they push for more digital content, changing their books and cards to digital releases, No Quarter is looking to supplement that material. The magazine is also moving to a bi-monthly release schedule (that's one ever-other month. Not twice a month... You'd really think they'd come up with a different word for both of those)...
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.
The releases that Privateer had this month was too much to contain in just one set of releases. So get ready for Privateer January Releases 2: Release Harder. You've got a new warcaster and warjack for the Protectorate. You've got the new Retribution colossal. You've got yourself the latest issue of No Quarter.
There's a new batch of releases available from Privateer Press, both in their webshop as well as at your local gaming store. Looking it over, we've got a new cavalry box, a new unit attachment to one of the first units for the game, as well as some alternate-pose warcasters that I don't think you could get individually before.
Privateer Press' No Quarter magazine is your look inside the world of everything that the company is working on. There's often previews of new Warmachine and Hordes models. You've got lots of photos of great-looking miniatures. There's fluff articles that let you delve into Western Immoren. Then there's looks at the other games that Privateer makes, like the Level 7 series. If you'd like to be part of the whole process behind creating the publication, now's your chance. Privateer is seeing a No Quarter Magazine Assistant.
Privateer Press has a new selection of releases available. Sorry, Hordes players, nothing specifically for you this time around. This is all Warmachine stuff. Well, that is, except for No Quarter. That one's equal-opportunity for all of Privateer's products.
Did you hear the alarm going off this morning? It was the "New Figures Available" alarm. You mean you don't have a New Figures Available alarm? Well, it's a good thing I'm here, then! Otherwise, you might not know about the latest set of releases from Privateer Press for Warmachine and Hordes.
Privateer Press has their latest releases now available in their webshop. There's something old, something new, and something blue.... Not really sure if they've got anything that's borrowed. I guess that's up to interpretation. Anyway, if you're a Khador, Cryx, or Circle player, or a fan of their No Quarter magazine, you'll be happy with these releases.
If you don't play those factions, well... there'll be some new stuff to beat up over on the other side of the table.
Privateer Press announces a sale for the back issues of No Quarter Magazine.

From their announcement:

We’d like to thank you for making our new No Quarter Magazine subscription program a big success. To celebrate, we’re offering Mk I back issues for $1.00. Now you can catch up on all the great content you might have missed and fill in your No Quarter collection!

No Quarter Magazine features six years of great content—a veritable treasure trove of awesome painting and hobby articles, riveting Iron Kingdoms fiction, and much, much more. For a taste of what each issue offers, check out their contents here .

To place your order, just go to the Privateer Press Online Store and select your back issues. For those of you living in the continental U.S., please place your No Quarter back issues in a separate order from other items you wish to purchase from the online store. We’ll then ship your order via media mail to keep the cost of postage down. (Media mail is only available to residents of the United States and excludes Alaska and Hawaii.)
The No Quarter announces that the first No Quarter Dice have shipped.

From their site:

The first wave of No Quarter dice has shipped. If you recently signed up for a No Quarter subscription, you should receive your dice soon. Dice quantities are limited. If you want a set, sign up for a No Quarter Magazine subscription at our online store today. Juggernaut and Dire Troll Mauler not included. =]