Six brand-spanking new releases have hit game stores for Privateer Press' Warmachine and Hordes, featuring some of the most off-kilter monsters I've seen in a while!
Let's start off with the Grymkin releases, which are about to bring some high-octane nightmare fuel to your game tables!
Uhm, yes, please. Keep throwing demonic dandy frogs at me, Privateer Press. I will never stop loving demonic dandy frogs. Never. He calls himself the Lord of Warts, and can use his tongue as a weapon. SOLD for the price of $17.99.
Oh, and I thought the demonic dandy frog was an insta-buy. Here we have a grumpy organ grinder and his demented, capering monkey. The Malady Man plays discordant music on his organ grinder, which causes people to wander into the waiting jaws of his monkey. I simply cannot love this sculpt enough. Get plenty of musical monkey mayhem for $22.99.
Neigh Slayer Warhorse
What the actual WHAAAAT? No, really… what? I love this so much. It's a gremlin on a rocking-horse outfitted for warfare. Seriously one of the coolest minis I've seen in a while!
Now that I'm done gushing over the Grymkin releases, let's take a look at the Warmachines side of the fence, which has a couple of new releases for the Mercenaries, and a new unit for Retribution players. This rocking-horse nightmare retails for $26.99.
This guy is a Rhulic mercenary, and should be quite the quite the support piece for the upcoming Steelhead artillery batteries. Plus, he has a pipe, and looks pretty cool. The Steelhead Gunner retails for $13.99.
Eyepatch Magicdude! I really get a kick out of the casters in Warmachine. That steampunk/fantasy hybrid fits just right. He's a pretty formidable magical addition to a faction that normally doesn't have much. The Steelhead Arcanist retails for $14.99.
Garryth, Eye of Vengeance
This sneaky mage killer has a rifle that he calls Void Singer. He likes to take out his opponents from a distance, but you can pick him up for the MSRP of $16.99.
All of these miniatures are available now from game stores near you, and even if they don't carry Privateer Press products, they can probably order them in for you!