Three new solos are up this week from Privateer Press. Come see the new Tharn Blood Shaman, Severius as a mere Scrutator Potentate, and Allister Caine as a young Journeyman Lieutenant.
This week’s new releases are solo-centric, with three new solos coming up for three different factions. You’ll find the savage blood magic of Tharn, first and foremost, but you’l also be able to step back in time a little bit. Both Menoth and Cygnar have two of their famous characters portrayed as younger, more inexperienced versions of themselves. So you can field Allister Caine as a Journeyman Lieutenant, for instance, or take Severius in his early years as Potentate, serving others as they ascend in the Protectorate’s hierarchy. It’s an interesting look into Warmachine’s past–and a step in a different direction from the usual “miniatures growing in power as their story advances” we’ve seen. Take a look below.
via Privateer Press
Blood magic is the oldest of arcane practices in western Immoren, one the Tharn have mastered. While bloodweavers leap into the fray to wet their sacrificial blades, blood shamans are more reserved and focused, steeped in deeper sacrificial rites. They have long served the masters of the Circle Orboros, facilitating their magics through bloodletting, a talent also brought to the greatest warlocks among the Tharn. Linked by blood-sworn pacts, such shamans can borrow spells from those they serve.
Severius loyally served multiple hierarchs in his time as a scrutator and was a significant voice in the caste even before being elevated to leadership over all of the Protectorate’s military forces. As a scrutator potentate, Severius saw fit to support Voyle in his bid for power, accelerating that great ruler’s rise to hierarch. When he wasn’t striding fearlessly into foreign lands as a missionary to convert unbelievers to the faith, Potentate Severius was a formidable presence in battle. He manifested holy power, inspiring zealots and warriors, and from the start he showed his facility at wielding the warjacks of the Protectorate against the theocracy’s enemies.
Allister Caine was never an ordinary journeyman, for he had already earned both infamy and fame as a gunmage. As deadly with his pistols as he was stubborn and difficult to train, young Allister Caine chafed under instruction both as a youthful prodigy of the Arcane Tempest and while learning what was required of a Cygnaran warcaster at the Strategic Academy. He was never respectful to the warcasters he was assigned to follow, prone to sneaking off to follow his own instincts. Yet when battle began, he quickly proved his worth, wielding a magelock in each hand.
Soon we’ll see a young Gaspy as well–who do you think’s up next for a blast from the past?