Check out the latest releases this week from Privateer Press. There are Exempler Cinerators, the new Storm Troopers for the Crucible Guard, and the fullmetal Warcaster, Prospero.
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Cinerator officers lead their brethren knights to the sound of ceaseless praise to the Creator of Man. These prayers are drawn from passages of the Litany of Fire, which exhorts the faithful to shun impure acts and can itself unravel the spells of enemy sorcerers. These cinerators urge their charges to march up the field with shields interlocked, all the while craving the moment when they can plunge their burning swords into the flesh of an unworthy foe.
Storm trooper squadrons provide the Crucible Guard with a hard counterpunch. Equipped with pneumatic concussion cannons, storm troopers can engage concentrations of light infantry. Their ammunition is highly explosive, combining a number of catalytic agents to magnify the blasting power of the charge to produce deadly concussion waves on impact. The storm troopers are ideal for clearing fortified positions like bunkers and trenches, where the shockwave of their munitions is amplified by close quarters and enemies are likely to be tightly packed.
Had destiny chosen a different path for him, Prospero would have been one of the greatest warcasters to grace the Order of the Golden Crucible and the Crucible Guard. But Prospero was not to achieve his full potential. When the Khadorans assaulted Llael, Propsero’s body was destroyed. To preserve his life, his brother, Aurum Adeptus Syvestro, had his brain placed in a new body. Now Prospero is a towering mechanikal man. Visual and audio receivers feed him sensory data, and he can once again interact with the living world. But the towering warcaster talent he once displayed has been muted, suppressed by his time spent in darkness and the new, unfamiliar form he now inhabits.
There are two versions of Prospero being released, there’s Prospero and Prospero: Brotherhood, and I forget which one is the good one.