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Some of you might want to be woken up only once September ends. But if you do that, you'll sleep through Privateer Press' releases for that month. Want to make sure you are awake? Be sure to set an al
Paul 29 days ago
I want to like these Warcaster minis so much, then I look at my Infinity stuff... They're cool, but not sure if I'll be convinced on picking this up.
In a reversal of much of what we've seen lately in terms of announcements, Privateer Press is actually adding to their August releases. They've put three more Warjack Variants into the mix, with the B
August. It'll be here before you know it. And hopefully we'll be able to go outside and enjoy the summer sun. But something else we'll hopefully be enjoying in August is Warcaster, the new sci-fi mini
Want to get in on Warcaster from Privateer Press? Worried that you'd miss out on the pre-release period? Well, you've got some extra time on the clock. Privateer has extended the preorder/late pledge
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the convention schedule for this year. It's going to be a pretty light year for actual events, it seems, as one more has been removed from the list. I mea
Don't you just hate it when you miss out on a Kickstarter campaign? Something happens and you're not able to join in during the run. It can be very frustrating to not get the cool deals, the exclusive
Are we only 1/4 of the way through the year? Sure. Does that make it a little early for a year-in-review post? Eh, the folks over at Privateer Press don't really think so. Let's face it, it's kinda fe
The Kickstarter campaignf or Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika continues on. If you're interested in getting into this new, sci-fi minis game from Privateer Press, but you're still harboring some questions, yo
And it's underway. Privateer Press has launched their Kickstarter campaign for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika, their new sci-fi miniatures game. Though set in the Iron Kingdoms, though far in the future, th
drew 128 days ago
Interesting that they're planning to launch a Kickstarter for every new wave of releases. That's certainly something that I haven't seen done before. I wonder how well it will go for them.
choekstra 126 days ago
Sick. This game looks awesome!
The Kickstarter campaign for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanica draws ever-closer. Will you be jumping in on the ground floor of this new sci-fi minis game? Have you decided what faction you're going to play? W
choekstra 129 days ago
Man, I'm super excited about this game! Privateer Press has been killing it with what they're doing for Warcaster
Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika is Privateer Press' new sci-fi miniatures game coming to Kickstarter soon. Of course, as with any new game, gamers are going to have questions about it as well as how it will
While they're still holding much close to their chest for Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika, Privateer Press is starting to give us a few more looks into what's coming. In this article, we get a brief look at
choekstra 135 days ago
Yussssss. I'm really enjoying what they are putting out for this game already!!
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Paul 142 days ago
So Tau and PanO? lol! When I first heard about this I thought this might be my way back into WM, but not so sure now. I'll wait to see how this develops.
arcanepretzel 142 days ago
I suppose that's a decent way to get the "Splatter the Warcaster" mechanic out of WM--not have the warcaster as a physical presence. I've not played any Infinity, but it seems like they've got a decent following and they've definitely got lovely minis. Would I play this over Infinity? Well, as a noob, Infinity seems pretty complicated. Perhaps this will be less so? Perhaps they're going after the PP fans?
choekstra 141 days ago
This looks awesome! The idea of customizing your warjack and spells sounds really enticing. PP has done great things, rules wise, with their games. Hoping to see more of that here!
They say hindsight is 20/20, but for the purposes of this terrible joke, foresight is 2020. In this instance, we're looking at Privateer Press and what they're working on for this year. Of course, the