Hordes: New Circle & Troll Minis Dec. 21

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Privateer has some love for you Trollbloods & Circle players, including one very big feathered beast.

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Storm Raptor $109.99

Plastic

The storm raptor soars over the battlefields of Immoren, its body crackling with electrical energies. Its silhouette blots out the sun while its keen eyes scan for those who would oppose its druidic masters of the Circle Orboros. The captive lightning that flickers through its feathers is unleashed in blinding arcs of voltaic energy as the raptor dives upon its prey, talons extended for the kill.

 

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Pummeler Crew $34.99

Plastic, 3 Models

Thumper and pummeler cannons are the most powerful mobile artillery possessed by the Trollbloods. Originally naval cannons donated to the kriels, thumpers fire devastating cannonballs that punch through walls of enemy fortifications and flatten their warbeasts. The trollkin-designed pummeler instead fires devastating chain shot used for breaking troop formations from a distance, ideal for thinning enemy lines and mowing down anything in its firing arc.

 

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Tharn Wolf Rider Champion $21.99

1 model, plastic & metal

Scarred and battered veterans, wolf rider champions are the embodiment of the speed, agility, and ruthlessness for which their kind are known. Each has survived countless battles and has built a reputation one perfect kill at a time. Champions subdue only the most willful and physically imposing dusk wolves as mounts, regarding the training of such beasts as a challenge and desiring a hunting partner with strong predatory instincts to match their own.

 

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Thumper Crew $34.99

Plastic, 3 Models

Thumper and pummeler cannons are the most powerful mobile artillery possessed by the Trollbloods. Originally naval cannons donated to the kriels, thumpers fire devastating cannonballs that punch through walls of enemy fortifications and flatten their warbeasts. The trollkin-designed pummeler instead fires devastating chain shot used for breaking troop formations from a distance, ideal for thinning enemy lines and mowing down anything in its firing arc.

 

I can say the model for the Storm Raptor is phenomenal in both detail and size. I can’t wait to see it on the tabletop.

~All of these are on shelves now – go get em!

  • Shawn

    Wow, they’re starting to make more plastic minis. Yippie! Oh and that raptor looks awesome. It’s a shame I don’t play Circle.

    • ZeeLobby

      Yeah. It’s really cool looking. Impressive in person.

      • Shawn

        Got a chance to see one, huh? Maybe if Privateer Press made a Circle Gryphon that looked that awesome, I’d be on board for that faction. I look forward to seeing what they can do for Cygnar plastic-wise.

        • ZeeLobby

          Yeah. Their gryphons do look pretty goofy. It’s a common issue with PP models. The initial designs and sketches show a lot of motion and action, but the final models and up looking very statuesque and static. Wonder if it’s the cast limitations of their restic. Maybe plastic will fix it.

          • Josh Watkins

            Man I hope so… that new Cygnar Brickhouse pose is just terrible

          • Shawn

            I’m hoping. I wish they would go injection mold like GW and allow for a bit more customization. God, I hate working with metal.

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    • V10_Rob

      What KIND of plastic, though? That’s the rub.

  • Hawt Dawg

    Is that big bird e-cuting a wrastler?

    Son of a…