In addition to RPGs and board games we also received some new Hordes and Warmachine releases from Privateer Press.
Hoarluk Doomshaper Dire Prophet by Privateer Press
Hoarluk Doomshaper has cemented himself by word and deed as an essential pillar of the United Kriels, preaching a violent rhetoric embracing aggression and the annihilation of all foes. He has proven that victory cannot be attained through peace, but instead requires strength and ruthless ferocity. He has scoured every sacred site and spent endless hours collecting a wealth of ancient teachings. A number of stout pygmy trolls volunteered to help shoulder the legendary shaman’s burden, bearing enough scrolls and cases to rival the weight of equipment borne by heavily armored kriel warriors.
Ace Cygnar Character Light Warjack by Privateer Press
Designed in secret by the Cygnaran Armory to carry out covert operations for the Cygnaran Reconnaissance Service, Ace was built as a one-of-a-kind prototype. The machine integrated an experimental mechanikal device intended to camouflage the warjack, rendering it almost invisible in the field. Though the original chassis of the ’jack was destroyed during an operation in Llael in 596 AR, Allister Caine was able to recover Ace’s cortex. Since the warjack’s reconstruction, Caine has relied on it during a number of CRS missions requiring an abundance of both discretion and firepower.
Praetorian Ferox by Privateer Press
Relying on the tremendous speed and agility of their mounts to deliver singular killing power, the Praetorian Ferox serve as a formidable forward strike force. The ferox mounts leap forward with fierce grace toward any exposed enemy flank, or close fearlessly against the front line. The relationship between ferox and rider is not one of affection, nor is it similar to the bond shared between western riders and tamed horses. Rather, it is a wary respect between two skilled killers.
Pyg Bushwhacker Officer & Mortar by Privateer Press
Bushwhackers are now commonplace among the fighting forces of the United Kriels. Captain Gunnbjorn’s efforts have seen pyg combatants organized into increasingly effective teams equipped with firepower to match. Attacks these pyg officers orchestrate can often end skirmishes before they begin by striking from unseen positions. Other pygs have progressed from rifles to heavier weaponry. Pyg mortar crews exhibit remarkable accuracy, especially if aided by a spotter to help in range finding.