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Caught amid the destructive wars of man, the many tribes of the trollkin have united behind mighty warlocks such as the potent shaman Hoarluk Doomshaper and the fearsome chieftan Madrak Ironhide in a bid to save themselves from annihilation.

Covered in holy script and able to channel the divine power of Menoth’s clergy through its arc node, the Guardian is a walking icon of the Creator’s might. It is one of the most versatile weapons in the Protectorate’s arsenal, and its presence inspires the faithful to righteous fury. Sanctified and blessed to serve as the bane of profane spellcasters, the imposing Indictor is a bastion of spiritual power against which the foes of the Protectorate must tremble in fear.

Covered in holy script and able to channel the divine power of Menoth’s clergy through its arc node, the Guardian is a walking icon of the Creator’s might. It is one of the most versatile weapons in the Protectorate’s arsenal, and its presence inspires the faithful to righteous fury. Sanctified and blessed to serve as the bane of profane spellcasters, the imposing Indictor is a bastion of spiritual power against which the foes of the Protectorate must tremble in fear.

Madrak Ironhide has dedicated his life to guiding the United Kriels through a history fraught with suffering and betrayals. Madrak once wielded the cursed axe Rathrok, the World Ender, taken up out of desperation in the hope of using its power to save his people from impending destruction. Freed from the burden of that ancient weapon, Madrak returned to those loyal to him and has resumed the mantle of leadership, lending his strength to his people and drawing on theirs in return.

No Quarter #69 has you dead in its sights with an overwhelming salvo of fresh content. In this issue’s pages you’ll find the new Thornfall Alliance theme force for Minions. Our Tournament Triple Threat series continues with an in-depth look at list building for Trollbloods. Master spy Gavyn Kyle submits a report on Khador’s Empress Ayn Vanar. Set sail on holy waters with the third installment of Iron Kingdoms Uncharted, featuring the pirates and privateers of the Protectorate. Want a sneak peak at what you can expect during this year’s SmogCon? We’ve got you covered.

In battle, a force of karax under a strong officer’s command becomes an unbreakable wall of steel acting in perfect tandem to strike swiftly and directly. Skorne tyrants understand that a phalanx of karax at the fore of their cohort can mean the difference between magnificent victory and ignominious defeat.

The fierce and hardy warriors of the farrow are as difficult to bring down as the boars they resemble. Armed with primitive rifles scavenged from raids on human caravans, farrow brigands are the equals of many frontline soldiers. After surviving numerous engagements, farrow commandos have begun to imitate the battlefield tactics of more rigorously trained forces. Brandishing grenades and kukris as they infiltrate enemy lines, these cunning fighters offer farrow warlords the ability to quickly strike into the heart of the enemy.

The fierce and hardy warriors of the farrow are as difficult to bring down as the boars they resemble. Armed with primitive rifles scavenged from raids on human caravans, farrow brigands are the equals of many frontline soldiers. After surviving numerous engagements, farrow commandos have begun to imitate the battlefield tactics of more rigorously trained forces. Brandishing grenades and kukris as they infiltrate enemy lines, these cunning fighters offer farrow warlords the ability to quickly strike into the heart of the enemy.

Khadoran colossals are mountains of steel bristling with some of the most powerful weapons ever deployed in the Iron Kingdoms. The deafening roar of the Conquest’s steam-fed engine is punctuated by the percussion of its devastating guns, which unleash a punishing barrage of shells able to reduce warjacks to slag and annihilate entire enemy formations. The Victor’s massive siege mortar and its sophisticated loading system bring unmatched versatility to the battlefield, while its autocannons neutralize airborn threats with pinpoint accuracy.

Khadoran colossals are mountains of steel bristling with some of the most powerful weapons ever deployed in the Iron Kingdoms. The deafening roar of the Conquest’s steam-fed engine is punctuated by the percussion of its devastating guns, which unleash a punishing barrage of shells able to reduce warjacks to slag and annihilate entire enemy formations. The Victor’s massive siege mortar and its sophisticated loading system bring unmatched versatility to the battlefield, while its autocannons neutralize airborn threats with pinpoint accuracy.

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Who Let the Dogs Out? The Black River Irregulars Return in Black Dogs

Author Richard Lee Byers (“Murder in Corvis”) brings back the popular Black River Irregulars in the latest Skull Island eXpeditions release, Black Dogs, due this month. In this new adventure, a ruthless crime lord makes a bold move to establish a stranglehold on Corvis’ underworld—the Undercity of Corvis—and make it his own.

Privateer Press Seeks Warehouse Clerk

The Warehouse Clerk is an entry-level position. This position is mostly focused on pulling orders.

The Black River Irregulars: Black Dogs Author Interview

Black Dogs, the first book in the Black River Irregulars trilogy by Richard Lee Byers, releases October 12, continuing the adventures the eponymous mercenary group. Skull Island eXpeditions spoke with Richard about his upcoming novel and what readers can expect from Colbie Sterling’s ragtag band of guns for hire.

Coming Soon: Black Dogs

Skull Island eXpeditions is pleased to announce Black Dogs, the next Iron Kingdoms novel by veteran fantasy author Richard Lee Byers. This volume marks the beginning of the Black River Irregulars trilogy, continuing the adventures of the mercenary group, which began in the novella “Murder in Corvis.”

Primecast Episode 35

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 35 is Live!

Join Will Shick, and Will Hungerford as they interview various staff and friends of Privateer Press at our annual Friends and Family Event at Gen Con 2016! This show was recorded in front of a live audience, and led to the most entertaining episode to record to date. Do not try this at home.

Iron Gauntlet Finals Gen Con 2016

Iron Gauntlet Finals from Gen Con 2016 featuring Jake VanMeter (Legion) vs. Chuck Elswick (Khador) with commentary by Will Shick and Will Hungerford

Crossroads of Courage

Choose your side, and prepare to slay any who stand in your way.

Participation & Prizes

Participating in each league season is simple. Download the core rules packet that covers the general guidelines and rules for the entirety of the league, and then download the season specific rules for which season you are playing in.

Tales of the Invisible Hand: An Excerpt

This excerpt from the thrilling, high-flying pulp adventure Tales of the Invisible Hand by Miles Holmes is an excellent introduction to the first original fiction release from Skull Island eXpeditions. Tales of the Invisible Hand releases in print and digital this Thursday, August 4th!

Bloody Buccaneer Brew Skarre

Bloody Buccaneer Brew was, I believe, the second beer-art collaboration we ever did with the Indianapolis RAM during Gen Con, so many years ago now that I’ve forgotten all the details. (If my memory serves correctly, we followed it with the Kiltlifter, but I could have this backwards.)Back then, I was still our primary concept artist, and I was doing artwork for our games and for what we’d provide the RAM for their shirts and mugs. As a long-time fan of creating pin-up art, I saw this as a great opportunity to take one of our favorite WARMACHINE characters and present her in a different, more humorous light.

Tales of the Invisible Hand Airship Schematics with Author Miles Holmes

Despite a prehistoric setting, Tales of the Invisible Hand could be described as diesel-punk. That’s because of the aircraft it features—or “airships,” as they’re called here. I’ve always marveled over the aircraft and air combat of World War II, even when considering the many experimental designs that came from that period. While most of those designs might never have seen action, they were fascinating to me just the same.

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