There's some new releases available for you Warmachine and Riot Quest players out there from Privateer Press. The new Oblivion Campaign box is out, letting you continue along the storyline crushing Western Immoren, along with the new Agathon Infernal Master figure. Riot Quest has a trio of new releases, letting you build up your arena fighting force.
Jingle bears! Jingle bears! Jingle all the bears! *jinglejinglejingle*
What's that? You're not ready for the holiday season yet? it's not even actually Autumn yet? Well, that doesn't mean we can't start looking ahead to December. Privateer Press is, showing off their upcoming releases. Get your holiday list ready now.
Privateer Press had a bit of a strange release issue ... umm... issue with their August and September releases, making them be split up a bit. That sometimes just happens in the gaming world, as all of you are well aware, I'm sure. Well, there's a trio of new kits available that you can pick up. There's two Infernal Horrors as well as a redone Buccaneer light jack.
Privateer Press had to shuffle around their release dates a little bit for August and September, leaving some people unsure when, exactly, some stuff would be hitting store shelves, including their new game, Riot Quest. Well, the wait is over. You can head over and pick up the starter box for that game now. Along with it, you can also pick up new releases for Warmachine and-
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Yup, Giant Robot Alert for some new Monsterpocalypse kits, too.
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It's a giant robot alert here in the newsroom because we've got some new Privateer Press releases for November to show off. And since they include some Monsterpocalypse, that means some giant robots. But those with a love of the Iron Kingdoms aren't left out. There's Warmachine, Hordes, and their new Riot Quest with things to show off as well.
The Infernals are here. Yes, while many would claim that Cryx or Everblight might be the "bad guys" of the Iron Kingdoms, it's been the Infernals that have been the true evil behind the scenes for quite a while. Now, they're hitting the battlefield in Warmachine and ready to collect their due payment for giving humanity magic. Also, there's a giant ape with a missile launcher for Monsterpocalypse. They're all available now from Privateer Press.
I went through several factions when I played Warmachine regularly. My smallest force (no pun intended), but one I loved the most, was a force consisting of the different dwarf figures. Gorten Grundback. Madhammer. Those little Gunbunnies running around. It was good fun. Well, with Oblivion, their theme force is getting an update. Let's see what changes are in store.
It's time for a look at another of the updated theme lists coming in Oblivion. This time, we head to the nightmare land of Cryx, as the undead pirate hordes make their way across the sea to terrorize all on land. It's the Scourge of the Broken Coast list. Have yourselves a look.
Privateer Press is continuing their look at the updated Theme Forces coming in Oblivion. We've seen a lot of Hordes ones, but how about a Warmachine one? That's what we get today. Cygnar's the faction. It used to be my main faction. Will this new update bring me back into the lightning shrouded fold? Let's find out.
With Oblivion's release getting closer by the moment, players are wondering how their favorite theme forces will be changing. In this preview, we head to the Trollkin villages and see how these mighty Dhunians are shaping up. Check out the changes to the Kriel Company lists.
October. *wistful sigh* How I wish you were here now. Alas, it is not to be. But it'll be here before we know it. And Privateer Press is making sure you're excited about their releases by giving us a preview for Warmachine, Hordes, Monsterpocalypse, and Riot Quest. Let's take a look.
With Oblivion, Warmachine and Hordes are getting something of a new edition. There's certainly going to be some changes to the game, not least of which are the updates to how Theme Forces work. They've given us a generalized, "So, Theme Forces are changing" article. This time around, they get more into the specifics by showing off the Thornfall Alliance. They gonna make you squeal, piggy!
Theme Forces have been a major part of Warmachine and Hordes for a while now. When the Oblivion book comes out, though, they're getting a bit of an overhaul. How will that work? Well, we get a look at just that in this preview. Let's go have a look-see.
Man, I wish it was September. While we've had a bit of a respite from the heat this past week, being only the start of June still, it'll come back, and with a vengeance. Not looking forward to that. What I am looking forward to are all the Privateer Press releases in September. There's Warmachine. There's Hordes. There's Monsterpocalypse (including <whoop! whoop! whoop!> Giant robot alert!). There's Riot Quest. Let's take a look.
A new batch of figures are available for Warmachine from Privateer Press, and it's a little something for most. I say that because they're new Mercenary warjacks and solos. As such, you could potentially find these on your side or your opponent's side of the table pretty regularly. Let's take a look.
If you want to celebrate all things Privateer Press, there's no better place to do so than at Lock & Load. It's just under a month away, and Privateer has posted up a little taste of what you can expect when you head over to the show.
Privateer Press is taking pre-orders for their next Black Anchor Industries figure. This time around, it's the Mercenary Blackadder... ... *reads that again* I mean, it's the Mercenary Blockader.
... I don't think I'm nearly as excited anymore about it...
Those that pre-order will get a free oil can stress toy.
You know, it's a third of the way through May. It's weird to think that August really isn't all that far away already. When I first got the e-mail about this, I was like, "Wow, already?" But then I looked at the calendar and went, "yeah... I guess so." Anyway, enough of my being surprised by time, and let's take a look at what Privateer Press will be coming out with in August.
The Infernals are coming. And they're not all that far away. One of Western Immoren's biggest "boogeyman" factions will finally be hitting tabletops in Warmachine. Privateer Press is showing off this first batch of releases, as well as a single Monsterpocalypse figure (just so you're not suddenly thrown off by a giant ape among all the pictures of ghostly horrors).
We're about 1/3 of the way through March. The year's progressing along pretty steadily. Before you know it, we'll be getting to mid-year, and that's where Privateer Press is looking for this preview. They're showing off what you can expectin June. And those things are some new figures for Warmachine, as well as Monsterpocalypse.
We're just getting into the middle of February, but Privateer Press is already looking forward to further into the year. These are the things they May release.
I realize the English doesn't work at all for that joke, but I think it was worth it. Anyway, let's see what's coming up for Warmachine, Hordes, and Monsterpocalypse.
It would seem like Privateer Press is getting into that "10 Year Challenge" thing that's going on where you post a picture of yourself currently, along with one from 10 years ago to see how you've changed. In these previews for Warmachine and Hordes, we have a new Tharn Blood Shaman, but we also have a look back at a previous time in both Severius' and Caine's life.
No foolin', April will be here before you know it (I mean, it's already mid-January, if you can believe that). And Privateer Press is ready to show off some of what they've got coming. If you're a Steelhead fan, and wanting some heavy artillery, you'll be happy with what you're getting. Also, if you're a Grymmkin player, you'll also be happy.
While the other day, we got a look at March's releases, these kits from Privateer Press will be hitting shelves a lot sooner. there's a new figure for Convergence of Cyriss, as well as a group of figures for Circle of Orboros. Have yourselves a look.
The year is coming to an end, but there's always time to look ahead to what will be coming out next year. In this case, not just January or February, but way into March, as Privateer Press gives us a look at some of the releases they've got planned for both Warmachine as well as Monsterpocalypse.