Privateer Press: The Wanderer and Skorne

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Check out the latest releases from Privateer Press.

Two new releases for you–Grymkin get a fancy new warlock while the Skorne get a new command book that highlights the flavor and crunch of the not quite samurai Romans so well.

First up, let’s take a look at this Wanderer character.

via Privateer Press

The Wanderer$21.99

If you care not where you roam, every road will take you home.

Traveling the unknown parts of Caen, the Wanderer once wished only to go where he pleased—until his confinement within the depths of Urcaen drove him mad. Now freed from that hell, he roams the world seeking those marked by sin to deliver upon them his own twisted and tortuous justice.

Skorne: Command Book$31.99

From the blasted Stormlands of eastern Immoren march the cruel armies of the Skorne Empire, intent on the ultimate conquest of the Iron Kingdoms. Disciplined ranks of Cataphracts and Praetorians march side by side with exotic and deadly warbeasts that have been brought to heel through pain hooks and the lash. Leading them in battle are the potent and merciless skorne warlocks. Having mastered the dark art of mortitheurgy, these warrior-mystics push their implacable soldiers and raging warbeasts past normal physical and mental limits – sometimes even past death itself.

Forces of HORDES: Skorne Command provides the foundation you need to march toward glorious conquest with:

  • • Complete rules and profiles for the brutal warlocks and pain-fueled warbeasts of the Skorne Empire, including two new warlocks and a new character warbeast.
  • • A selection of units and solos that can form the hard-hitting backbone of your Skorne army.
  • • Detailed history and background information on the skorne and their martial culture.
  • • 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 Skorne armies with specific benefits.

The only thing better than themed forces is themed snacks.

  • dave long island

    Let me see, there’s The Wanderer, The Crone, The Mother, the Stranger, The Warrior, The Executioner, and the Hillbilly. If I know my GoT lore.

    • jonow83

      Not too sure what you’re on about.

      • marxlives

        The bath salts are real. Always take joy in someone who has no clue about a game’s lore or even played it. The Imperium is the Roman Empire, and Khador is WWII Russians, guess both those games suck hard hard. And I think I heard some of the GoT gods and Elder Scrolls guess George Martin sucks too. Like I said man, with some of these people the only thing you can say is…the bath salts are real.