Privateer: Weekly Releases September 23


A new set of minis and boardgames has hit the shelves from Privateer Press. Take a look!

To start off with, take a look at the excerpts from the posters made from the cover art of three of the upcoming faction Command Books:



Command Book Cover Prints $20 apiece (set of 3 for $50)

With how great these turned out, it was only a matter of moments before we all agreed we wanted prints of them. Coming in at $20 each, you can grab them on our online store here.. Can’t pick a favorite? Put all three in your cart, and get the whole set for $50! The discount will automatically be applied and is viewable in your shopping cart.


Commander Coleman Stryker $14.99

Though Commander Stryker sees himself as just another soldier fighting for the crown, he is one of the greatest warriors of Cygnar. His young age may deceive some into believing he has not earned his rank compared to the aged generals leading the king’s army, but battlefield experience has made him wise beyond his years. A fine leader, a better soldier, and one of the most accomplished warcasters in the Iron Kingdoms, Coleman Stryker was born to be a hero of Cygnar and expects to die defending his beloved nation.



Man-O-War Shocktrooper Officer $25.99

Man-O-War shocktrooper officers embody the strength and resilience of the frozen north and, like their homeland, bow to no opposition. The enemies of the Motherland rightfully fear these indomitable warriors and the inexorable tide of steam and steel that marches alongside them. As they wade into the bloody fray amid the thunderous roar of cannon fire, these decorated veterans inspire those they lead to acts of unparalleled bravery and unfettered violence.


Warwitch Deneghra $13.99

Born the twin of Cygnaran warcaster Victoria Haley, Deneghra has been twisted by the dark arts the lich lords. Perversely angelic in her wicked beauty, Deneghra drifts like a phantom through trees and walls whenever she wills it. Some scream in horror at her approach and others beg her for salvation, but Deneghra yearns for one sound alone—the gurgle of her sister’s death rattle. That alone would be the sweet music of victory to her black soul.


Druid Mist Riders $59.99

Mounted on swift Skirovik mountain goats native to the northern Khadoran peaks, these blackclads bring the speed and ferocity of a summit storm to bear as they strike from walls of churning mist. Once a rider learns to harness the elements of these remote mountains, he shrouds his form in fog or sheets of rain that blend his silhouette into those of trees and rocks while flashes of lightning sear his opponents.



Black River Irregulars $34.99

The Black River Irregulars expand their ranks with four new heroes for the Iron Kingdoms Adventure Board Game! Defeat the villains and monsters of western Immoren with the tactical acumen of Colbie Sterling, unleash the arcane power of Eilish Garrity, fight dirty with Barl Blackheel, and ward away danger with Bastian Kinnet. With these mighty adventurers at your disposal, no threat is too great, no mission too difficult!

This expansion has everything you need to add these new heroes to any Iron Kingdoms Adventure Board Game, including The Undercity and Widower’s Wood. It also contains rules for increasing your adventuring party to six players, epic hero rules for advancing your character to higher experience levels, and a new Blood Sport survival scenario that challenges you to defeat unending waves of villains.



No Quarter #68 $8.50

No Quarter #68 is coming at you with a rune-inscribed bullet with Gavyn Kyle’s investigation of the legendary Black 13th. If you’re looking to get the edge on your competition, look no further than “List Building 101,” an article on list-building theory that might change the way you think about your army. Tournament Triple Threat makes its return for the new editions with a look at Khador. And Guts & Gears takes on the Hellmouth, including some winning tactics on the terrifying new creature. You’ll also find a gallery of the beautiful winners of the Gen Con Formula P3 Grandmaster Painting Competition, a new entry in the “Iron Kingdoms Uncharted” series, a terrain guide for making your own trees and forests, and more!

Know your army. Know your enemy. No Quarter.


These are on store shelves and available for order from the Privateer Online Store now.

~Ok, those Command Book cover posters are FANTASTIC!

  • ChubToad

    Too bad the goat riders die to their own guns. Can be really good looking paperweights though, or dust collectors in your shelf.

    • oldgrue

      Most of the lighter cavalry is susceptible to low POW guns.
      This isn’t the issue you imply.

      • ChubToad

        While true, the fact that their own lightning attacks will arc to their own mates and likely kill them, is really mouth opening. Just don’t charge with this unit and use its battlemage ability. Or just don’t use them until a UA with some Lightning immunity is released, in say another year or two.

        • Drew

          You CAN get work the Battlemage ability, but you need to have another target in mind beyond the first unit. You’re absolutely right that it’s a bad idea to cast their lightning spell back into the thick of the combat they’re in.

          I’d say, charge the screening infantry, get a few quick kills, then throw chain lightning downfield into the enemy army- preferably targeting a heavy or something else easy to hit- so that the lightning arc eats up their nearby support. The Protectorate of Menoth HATES these guys if they’ve forgotten their anti-casting tech, because they fry choirs like its their job.

          Which, I suppose, it is!

        • Richard Mitchell

          Or give them immunity to lighting (whisper)…What? Who said that?

          • ChubToad

            True! There goes my plan to play them with the Baldurs, Kromacs, Kayas, Tanith, Grayle, Morvs and Mohsar.I guess Krueger 2 was ever the only option, though there are better choices for less than 20 points for him.

  • Hawt Dawg

    Those books are gonna be epic!

    Too bad I have to buy the pressed versions seeing how PP suck at electronic updates.

    Yes, yes, bar War Room 2.

  • Victor Hartmann

    Those Command Book Covers look like roller-derby teams. Particularly the top one. Not sure if that’s intentional or not.

  • Shawn

    Does anyone have any idea what’s new about the old casters, such as Stryker? It appears he’s in the same pose as before. Is he now a plastic/resin version, or just a recasting of the same old caster?