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Privateer Press: New Cryx Bane Knight And More…

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Feb 10
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Gather ’round friends, we have a look at the latest updates from around the Iron Kingdoms–as well as from the devastated metropolis that is Monsterpocalypse’s  setting–come see what’s out this week from Privateer Press.

More of the Shadow Sun Syndicate continues to arrive this week, with a custom resin building that replaces the G.U.A.R.D. HQ, as well as Zor Raiden. And on the Warmachine side of things, we find a new Bane Knight Officer for Cryx.

via Privateer Press

Shadow Sun Industries: Building – $14.99

The Shadow Sun Syndicate’s corporate efforts touch on countless high-tech industries as well as providing secret support to just as many criminal or quasi-legal operations, and its facilities can be found across the globe. Some of these are geared toward facilitating military intervention, garrisoning interceptors and sun fighters as well as servicing shinobi and zors in the field by restocking volatile mutagenic agents and calibrating nanite control systems.

Shadow Sun Syndicate Monster: Zor Raiden – $21.99

Biomorphic and cybernetic nanotechnology empowers each of the zors, the mightiest class of the Shadow Sun Syndicate’s living weapon-warriors. Each represents a highly skilled and augmented human wearing an armored suit capable of morphing them into fighters of sufficient size to stand toe-to-toe against Earth’s invaders, utilizing both martial arts and advanced energy weapons. The soldier forming the basis for Zor-Raiden was specifically recruited as one of the last surviving members of a nearly forgotten ninja clan hidden away in the northeastern mountains. Considered brash and headstrong by ranking members of the Syndicate, Raiden is nonetheless extremely skilled in combat and has demonstrated uncanny unspoken coordination with other shinobi units.

Cryx Command Attachment: Bane Knight Officer – $16.99

Lost for an eternity in the shapeless void between Caen and Urcaen, all banes have their sanity shredded to madness, yet some few retain scraps of their minds. Great warlords or ancient military officers with strong will might retain the instincts that made them effective leaders in battle. They carry that forward into their unholy existence. Under the direction of these greater knights of shadow, banes demonstrate sophisticated tactics, moving in disciplined formations and proving considerably more formidable than is regularly the case.

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