PP: Swamped with New Releases

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The Blindwater Congregation swarms up out of the swamps, burbling with bone shrines, soulless husks, and bog trogs…

More Blindwater Congregation releases are burbling up out of the swamps. As we get to see more of these, this faction is quickly becoming my favorite. I haven’t seen any of their rules at all, but, based on models alone, these guys are pretty cool.

via Privateer Press

Bone Shrine$24.99

Bone shrines dotting the perimeter of gatorman territories serve as both places of worship and warnings against interlopers. Covered in votive candles and the skulls of dead offerings to the gods Kossk and Barnabas, the Lord of Blood, bone shrines are places of dark occult power.

Gatorman Husk$17.99

The disgusting and bloated bodies of gatorman husks are stuffed near to bursting with all manner of venomous insects, and each new generation adds to the swarm wriggling within to distend the body ever further. Bokors direct these undead carriers at their enemies, hoping that a bullet or blade will puncture the husk’s swollen flesh. Even a small rupture causes the husk to burst into a grotesque, stinging cloud of swamp flies and worse that sows panic and disease among the enemy’s ranks.

Void Leech$21.99

Crafted by a bokor from a bog trog that has displeased them, a void leech is a mindless servant to the gatormen, one covered in countless occult fetishes nailed through its flesh. A void leech creates a pocket of arcane static that enemy spells have difficulty piercing, and it can be forced to sacrifice its pitiful life force to unravel even potent lingering curses.

Happy hunting.

  • At this point, the Blindwater forces should be their own force by now

    • Joel Carrera

      They’ve been trolling the dwarf and pig players with this nigh endless stream of releases now. Not that I mind. I prefer the gators.

    • marxlives

      In a way they are, even within themes they behave like Mercs for one another. Especially with “Will Work for Food”. Compared to the main factions both Gators and Pigs combined are equal to one of those.

  • marxlives

    I like the altars within the Gator themes. The fact that they have their own special deployment rules means that the table already begins to feel like the opponent is crossing over into gator territory on turn one. Reminds me of the Blockhouse and its trench rules. I really like these pieces where PP uses the strength of their core rules to play with model definitions and how they work on the battlefield.