Privateer: Forces of Circle Command Upon Us


The new Circle Orboros is packed with lore, hobby guides, and contains 2 theme force lists – and it’s almost here.

Blackclads of Immoren are rejoicing. The third Forces Command book is about to hit the shelves.

via Privateer

The Circle Orboros is humanity’s most ancient organization, composed of powerful mystics who watch over natural places. While few in number, these druids wield the forces of nature and call upon savage beasts of the wilds such as ferocious warpwolves, agile griffons, and bounding satyrs. The druids can even bind the very stones into fearsome constructs ready to fight for the Circle. Alongside these fearsome warbeasts, human tribes known as Wolf Sworn stand ready with spear and crossbow to fight for their blackclad masters. Together the forces of the Circle Orboros teach all who trespass upon their lands to fear the power of Orboros.

Forces of HORDES: Circle Orboros Command – $31.99

  • Complete rules and profiles for the mighty warlocks and savage warbeasts of the Circle Orboros, including two new warlocks and a new character warbeast.
  • Detailed history and background information, including an in-depth look at Circle warlocks and warbeasts.
  • A painting guide full of tips and inspiration to help you create an army as individual as you are.
  • Two new theme forces that allow you to create specialized Circle Orboros armies with specific benefits.


~The book hit’s the shelves February 8th. Praise the Wurm!

  • Severius_Tolluck

    Hmm, guess not really necessary, outside of theme forces, but as war room auto has those now, guess no need at all, especially since I still have the old one. Unless more fluff and guides have been added. Least the price was lowered.

    • ZeeLobby

      Yeah. I think they’re supposed to have more of the current fluff, based on the state of the world, etc. I’ll probably pick one up.

      • zeno666

        This is correct. Two years have passed in Immoren.

  • Drew

    I bought the Trollbloods one, despite having all the MkI and MkII books, and was pleased at the amount of background and setting info in there- some known, but some new. These new books are definitely more about the faction as a whole than the MkII faction books, which focused heavily on the military organizational aspects of each.

    • Hawt Dawg

      Love these books.

      Perfect stuff for the hobbyist like myself.