Privateer Press: New Warmachine-Hordes Miniatures!


Come on in Warmachine Fans!  Privateer has pulled the covers off 4 new awesome miniatures for Menoth, Cryx, Circle & Retribution.

Barathrum (Cryx, 1 Warjack) $59.99

Barathrum is a mechanized terror born from the nightmares of a lunatic, and Lich Lord Terminus has claimed this helljack as his own. Barathrum burrows with its massive talons to await its prey, then explodes from the ground to seize its victims and drag them screaming beneath the earth. Committing to slaughter with reckless abandon, the ’jack cleaves men in two with its talons and impales others on its tusks.


Hand of Judgement (Menoth, 1 Warjack) $59.99

Hand of Judgment exists for a single purpose: to execute the will of Feora, Priestess and Protector of the Flame. Armed with an immolator cannon and a massive mace, this mighty warjack brings Menoth’s cleansing fire against those arrayed against the Protectorate. Zealous in smiting its enemies, it has demonstrated a dangerous temper only Feora can keep in check. Wherever she treads, Hand of Judgment follows, eager to slip its leash to destroy those who displease its master.


The Death Wolves (Circle Orboros, 3 models) $39.99

Savage people living in the wilderness have long served the blackclads as foot soldiers, trading fealty to powerful druids in exchange for protection from the wilds. While many have distinguished themselves as mighty warriors, chieftains, and even spiritual leaders, perhaps none boast the renown or the infamy that attend the three dread warriors known as the Death Wolves. Sköll, Tala, and Caleb adhere to an ancient and barbaric form of Devourer worship. They are death cultists who venerate the Lord of the Feast, drawing power from their enemies by ripping out and devouring their still-beating hearts.


House Vyre Electromancers (Retribution, 3 models) $29.99

Not content to stand idly by as their myrmidons march to war, House Vyre has recently deployed its own seasoned electromancers. Arcanists trained for years under the tutelage of House Vyre’s most accomplished battle mages, electromancers have done much to further the house’s cause. The voltaic energies forced through their staves lash the battlefield with manipulated storms that arc deadly electrical surges from one target to the next. Warjacks collapse beneath overloaded systems, and scores of infantry fry where they stand.

~Which one’s your favorite?  That is one interesting paintjob on Hand of Judgement.

  • Sean Parker

    Does Barathrum transform into a jet mode?

    • Jay DeJarnett

      Well it does say from the nightmares of a lunatic. I personally feel Michael ‘ Explosions’ Bay qualifies.

      I do like all the models. Though the circle ones really stand out to me.

    • zeno666

      Oh I wish!

    • only if you magnetize it…

  • ChubToad

    Finally the Death Wolves models. Saddly no one uses them nowadays.

  • DeadlyYellow

    Barathrum feels like it has a touch of myrmidon in it. Also digging the death wolves.

  • I’ve finally realised why I don’t like the WM/H bases – they look like bowls of dog food.

    While I’m earning the wrath of PP fans, I may as well say I don’t like the colour choices on the Hand of Judgement either.

    Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

    • zeno666

      Thank you for your input

    • Matthew Pomeroy

      RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE!!! that’s the extent of my wrath.

    • Haemonculus

      They are hit and miss, in my opinion, Warmachine generally has poor designs, but Hordes is better. PP needs to visit Spartan Games studio to get an idea how to handle resin better and make better designs. At this stage, WMH has a very toy-like range. Which is okay, I guess.

      • zeno666

        You should re-read his post. He is talking about the bases…

        But thank you for sharing your opinion, I bet a lot of people have written it down in their little notebooks.

        • Haemonculus

          *Slow applause*

          I would have preferred an actual well considered reply than snark, but knowing your history zeno666 that would have been a vain hope.

          Yes, you are correct that he was talking about the bases, thanks for pointing that out; I will put that in my little book 😉

    • mikethefish

      I have worked with both GW and PP style bases. I have to say, from a modeling perspective, the PP style is far superior – since as you noted, it does feature a shallow “bowl” style. This keeps flocking and glued-on gravel from shedding off the sides, like can happen with GW bases. It’s far more friendly to modeling

  • petrow84

    My wallet is waiting for Ace. Tried it out at a national tourney, now in love with it.

    • zeno666

      Caine2 and Magic Bullet x2 seems nice 🙂

      • petrow84

        Sure! Trick shot is only POW10, but three birds… I mean, Mage Hunters with one stone? Nice!