Warmachine: New Khador & Convergence Minis


Privateer just released a new set of minis. If you love Khador – it’s your lucky day!

Four new releases just hit the shelves. These are available for purchase right now.


Berserker/Mad Dog/Rager $34.99

Plastic Kit

Soon after the first Berserkers proved their worth in battle, hacking into infantry with their twin axes, the Khadoran High Kommand borrowed its chassis to develop other equally brutal machines. With the Mad Dog trampling forward to crush enemies with bloodthirsty glee and the shield-bearing Rager standing firm as an imposing eight-ton bodyguard, these warjacks are far from obsolete on the modern battlefield.



Behemoth $69.99

Resin & Metal Kit

Hailed as the ultimate Khadoran warjack, Behemoth exemplifies the best qualities of Khadoran design: extremely heavy armor, a devastating array of weaponry, and immense strength. This peerless warjack is as much a symbol of Khador’s power to the Khadoran people as it is a force of destruction to any who would stand against it.



Prime Axiom/Conflux $109.99

Plastic Kit

The colossals of the Convergence of Cyriss inspire awe and fear among the armies of the Iron Kingdoms. To confront these machines is to behold the inevitability of the Great Work and the terrifying power made possible by the guiding hand of Cyriss. The weapons of the Prime Axiom are designed to rip through screening troops, dismantle warjacks, and send servitors deep into the heart of battle. The Prime Conflux is a true wonder of design, able to convert latent atmospheric energies into electricity before unleashing them in a torrent of destruction.



No Quarter #67 $8.50

No Quarter #67 features the very first theme force for the new edition of WARMACHINE! Play the Kingmaker’s Army of Magnus and his allies, complete with special rules for fielding his forces. In addition, you’ll find a tutorial for making rough terrain, a historical scenario with Vinter’s son, battle reports for the fast new Rumble format, a beautiful showcase of P3 Grandmaster-winning models, and the first part of the exclusive new IKRPG expansion, Iron Kingdoms Uncharted.

Rules for the Rumble format can be found in the 2016 Steamroller rules.

~I’m really digging the new Berserker/Mad Dog/Rager combo-kit.  A very nice piece of work for the price.

  • Hawt Dawg

    Awesome Behemoth but… That colossal ain’t no Dracodile!

    • ZeeLobby

      Patiently twiddles thumbs…

  • Maus

    The Rager’s sword is inexcusably derpy. Otherwise, this all looks great. The Behemoth resculpt doesn’t look massively different at a glance, but is magnificent when you compare it to the original.

    • ZeeLobby

      Yeah. It’s more like a punch dagger than a sword.

  • Shinnentai

    They look fine, but they ain’t no Rhulic Teapot!

    • ZeeLobby

      The teapot stands on it’s own!

    • petrow84

      Right, but at least, the Angry Refrigerator got his sister, the Angry Dishwasher!

  • ChubToad

    Behemoth looking goooooddd!

  • ZeeLobby

    So much better than the old sculpts, lol. I love the mad dog’s football helmet.

  • Richard Mitchell

    Everytime I see that Behemoth resculpt I fall in love all over again.

    • Jay DeJarnett

      It’s so awesome, it makes my old one cooler by association. Seriously, I’m not upgrading due to lack of funds. But love the new sculpt and a bit jealous of those who purchase it.

  • Andrew O’Brien

    I don’t even warmachine and am not big into painting, but these models make me want to give it a shot.