Releasing in January!
WM: Mercenary Colossal, Galleon
$ 134.99 SRP
The raw might of a naval ironhull now walks the lands as the Galleon. The colossal fires a rolling broadside before reaching out with its enormous cargo claw to toss warjacks like rag dolls. It can also use its massive trident to reel in foes and finish them off at close range with a series of punishing blows. The Galleon commands a high price, but for those mercenaries who have the fortune to spend, it fights as a symbol of unquestionable affluence and might.
The Galleon colossal comes in a box (PIP 41094) and includes a colossal wreck marker. A player may field up to two Galleons for each warcaster in a Mercenary army.
No Quarter Magazine # 46
$ 7.50 SRP
Previews from HORDES: Gargantuans continue in No Quarter #46, offering an exciting glimpse at upcoming models for the new book. Also in this issue, Guts & Gears reveals the horrific secrets of the terrifying Doom Reavers, complete with playable content for the Iron Kingdoms RPG; Gavyn Kyle turns his attention to Vinter’s inquisition; and Monsternomvicon & Beyond goes on safari, detailing the dangerous fauna native to western Immoren. Never miss an issue!
January 16th Street Date!
Hordes: Trollblood: Troll Impaler
$ 18.99 SRP
Pitching enormous spears with bone-crushing force, impalers are the living ballistae of the trolls. Each carries a quiver of massive wood-and-iron projectiles bearing only the most basic resemblance to the puny twigs smaller races call spears. These savage implements obliterate men and knock even the greatest beasts off their feet.
The Troll Impaler light warbeast comes in a box (PIP 71073). A player may field any number of Troll Impalers in a Trollblood army. SPECIAL NOTE: PIP 71073 contains the same Mk II stat card as PIP 71004. The model in this box represents the same figure in the game. However, the model in PIP 71073 is a new sculpt and therefore looks different from the model found in PIP 71004. In addition, this model is plastic rather than metal. The replaced PIP will no longer be available from Privateer Press beginning January 1, 2013.
Hordes: Trollblood: Swamp Troll (Plastic)
$ 20.99 SRP
Throughout western Immoren the voracious swamp troll lurks in eerie bogs and marshes, waiting for prey to wander within range of its enormous, sticky tongue. At the critical moment it leaps forward, flicking its tongue with deadly accuracy and alarming strength to capture its victim and drag the meal into its voluminous gullet.
The Swamp Troll light warbeast comes in a box (PIP 71047). A player may field any number of Swamp Trolls in a Trollblood army.
Hordes: LoE: Afflictor
$ 14.99 SRP
Among the myriad powers at Everblight’s disposal, the most terrifying is the dragon’s capacity to infect his enemies in body and mind. The blight is not only a means to create his servants and spawn but also a weapon to be wielded against lesser creatures. The afflictor was birthed to serve this very purpose. Its body is a vessel for delivering the seed of all-consuming, destructive life. Struck by the beast’s wicked tail, a victim is pumped full of caustic corruption, its flesh made a vessel for a new child of the dragon.
The Afflictor light warbeast comes in a blister (PIP 73075). A player may field any number of Afflictors in a Legion army.
Hordes: LoE: Warspear Chieftain
$ 18.99 SRP
On the battlefield warspear chieftains direct their forces against the most dangerous of their enemies, offering every kill as a sacrament to the dragon. They incite their warspears to violence and lead them into the fray. Even the most rugged terrain poses no obstacle to these frenzied warriors. Rising to the position of chieftain among the warspears requires an ogrun to be possessed of strength and viciousness remarkable even among a race of brutal warriors who prize viciousness in slaughter.
The Warspear Chieftain unit attachment comes in a blister (PIP 73076). A player may field up to two Warspear Chieftains for each warlock in a Legion army.
Hordes: Skorne: Cyclops Savage
$ 18.99 SRP
Enslaved by the skorne as implements of war, cyclops savages are prized for their viciousness and battle prowess. They come from a brutish, carnivorous species that live to hunt and kill and possess uncanny skill in combat due to their innate ability to see into the future. Their complex and sensitive single eye demonstrates unusual perceptiveness, allowing them to see exactly how to penetrate a foe’s defenses.
The Cyclops Savage light warbeast comes in a box (PIP 74068). A player may field any number of Cyclops Savages in a Skorne army. SPECIAL NOTE: PIP 74068 contains the same Mk II stat card as PIP 74004. The model in this box represents the same figure in the game. However, the model in PIP 74068 is a new sculpt and therefore looks different from the model found in PIP 74004. In addition, this model is plastic rather than metal. The replaced PIP will no longer be available from Privateer Press beginning January 1, 2013.
Hordes: Skorne: Immortals (10)
$ 59.99 SRP
Those skorne warriors preserved from oblivion as sacral stones by ancestral guardians sometimes receive bodies carved from stone and hardened clay, take up weapons heavier than any mortal could swing, and go forth to fight again as Immortals. They may die a hundred deaths only to have a new body crafted each time and rise again to stand alongside the living and wage war eternal. The Immortals unit comes in a box (PIP 74072).
A player may field up to two units of Immortals for each warlock in a Skorne army. SPECIAL NOTE: PIP 74072 contains the same Mk II stat card as PIP 74027. The models in this box represent the same figures in the game. PIP 74072 replaces PIP 74027 and PIP 74028 by offering their contents in a complete unit. The replaced PIPs will no longer be available from Privateer Press beginning January 1, 2013.
Hordes: Trollblood: Pyg Burrowers (10)
$ 44.99 SRP
Stalwart pygs have proved invaluable as scouts, spies, and ambushers. Their endurance and size make them consummate tunnel-diggers. Armed with incredibly powerful slug guns, these courageous pygs burrow across battlefields to catch the enemy unaware. Their massive, short-range hand-held cannons are designed to penetrate warjack armor but serve just as well against warbeasts and enemy soldiers.
The Pyg Burrowers unit comes in a box (PIP 71081). A player may field one unit of Pyg Burrowers for each warlock in a Trollblood army. SPECIAL NOTE: PIP 71081 contains the same Mk II stat card as PIP 71027. The models in this box represent the same figures in the game. PIP 71081 replaces PIP 71027 and PIP 71028 by offering their contents in a complete unit. The replaced PIPs will no longer be available from Privateer Press beginning January 1, 2013.
Hordes: CoO: Warpborn Alpha
$ 21.99 SRP
Ravenous and brutal, warpborn alphas are fearsome combatants that lay low enemies and feast upon them even as they die screaming. Warpborn led by an alpha become filled with similar bloodlust, speed, and ferocity, able to tear through enemies with unhesitating enthusiasm. They attack in a blurred frenzy, seeking victory but prepared for death amid the blood and viscera of those who stand against them.
The Warpborn Alpha unit attachment comes in a blister (PIP 72075). The Warpborn Alpha unit attachment attaches to a Warpborn Skinwalkers unit (PIP 72070). A player may field one Warpborn Alpha for each warlock in a Circle army.
Hordes: Minion: Razor Boars (2)
$ 19.99 SRP
For as long as the tribes of the farrow have gone to war, they have been accompanied by the vicious razor boars. As large as wolves, razor boars are deadly, untamed creatures that require little incentive or training to join the farrow in battle. When loosed upon an enemy, razor boars charge in heedless of their own well-being, intent only on goring their prey and bringing them low to feast upon their soft flesh. Survivors of farrow raids grow pale when they recall the speed with which a few razor boars reduced a well-armed soldier to a heap of rags and bloody bones. The Razor Boars lesser warbeasts come two to a blister (PIP 75042). A player may field any number of Razor Boars in a Farrow army.
Hordes: Minion: Rask
$ 14.99 SRP
Rask is a mighty bog trog warlock who has traded his people’s freedom for some degree of personal autonomy from the bloodthirsty gatormen. Cold and calculating, Rask is a formidable hunter, a skilled warrior, and one of the most ruthless and self-serving creatures in the Blindwater Congregation. Rask prefers to bring his enemies low through a combination of potent sorcery, peerless knowledge of the terrain, and a host of devious trick and obfuscations. He typically avoids direct confrontation with powerful enemies, preferring to use his abilities to tip the scales in favor of the lesser creatures that serve him. However, once his bog trogs and warbeasts have weakened an enemy, Rask claims the honor of the killing blow with a well-placed bolt from his harpoon gun.
Rask comes in a blister (PIP 75043). A player may field one Rask in a Minions or faction army.