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Thumper and pummeler cannons are the most powerful mobile artillery possessed by the Trollbloods. Originally naval cannons donated to the kriels, thumpers fire devastating cannonballs that punch through walls of enemy fortifications and flatten their warbeasts. The trollkin-designed pummeler instead fires devastating chain shot used for breaking troop formations from a distance, ideal for thinning enemy lines and mowing down anything in its firing arc.

Scarred and battered veterans, wolf rider champions are the embodiment of the speed, agility, and ruthlessness for which their kind are known. Each has survived countless battles and has built a reputation one perfect kill at a time. Champions subdue only the most willful and physically imposing dusk wolves as mounts, regarding the training of such beasts as a challenge and desiring a hunting partner with strong predatory instincts to match their own.

Thumper and pummeler cannons are the most powerful mobile artillery possessed by the Trollbloods. Originally naval cannons donated to the kriels, thumpers fire devastating cannonballs that punch through walls of enemy fortifications and flatten their warbeasts. The trollkin-designed pummeler instead fires devastating chain shot used for breaking troop formations from a distance, ideal for thinning enemy lines and mowing down anything in its firing arc.

The storm raptor soars over the battlefields of Immoren, its body crackling with electrical energies. Its silhouette blots out the sun while its keen eyes scan for those who would oppose its druidic masters of the Circle Orboros. The captive lightning that flickers through its feathers is unleashed in blinding arcs of voltaic energy as the raptor dives upon its prey, talons extended for the kill.

The warlords of Everblight’s Legion enter combat armed with the double-bladed claymore—a weapon requiring remarkable dexterity and coordination to wield. With it, a blighted Nyss warlord scythes through enemy ranks, severing heads and limbs alike with blinding strikes.

A natural survivor and ruthless pragmatist, the man known as Gibbs is as capable on the battlefield as any professional soldier. As a cook in a Cygnaran trencher company, Gibbs was stranded behind enemy lines and was forced to adapt to survive. Wearing the uniform of a dead officer, he introduced himself not as a cook but as Trencher Major Harrison Gibbs and has become a vital member of the Llaelese Resistance.

Megalith’s eyes glow with something greater than the will of its master, something akin to self-awareness. This stone goliath sometimes wanders where it believes itself most needed, allowing nearby woldwardens to advance together as a crushing wall while shrugging off enemy attacks.

A testament to the engineering brilliance of the Rhulfolk, the Hammerfall Siege Crawler paves the way for assaults on hard targets. Firing its thunderous siegebreaker cannons to crack open fortress walls and pulverize enemy armor, the Siege Crawler is a mobile artillery battery worthy of the reputation of Hammerfall’s renowned mercenaries.

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Primecast Episode 38

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 38 is live!

Hosts Will Shick and Will Hungerford launch themselves into this month's new releases, and talk list building with the new Warlocks. Convention Manager, JR Godwin and Hungerford wrap up the events of WARMACHINE Weekend 2016, and get into details of upcoming shows for 2017. Writing Manager Matt Goetz and Senior Writer Doug Seacat talk Trollbloods with Staff Writer, Zachary Parker. Our hosts lead us out with discussions about the upcoming novel "Watery Graves" and their highlights from WARMACHINE Weekend.

Primecast Episode 37

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 37 is live!

Join hosts Will Hungerford and Will Shick as they dive into everything Privateer Press. Convention Manager JR Godwin and Hungerford talk in depth about the events scheduled for WARMACHINE Weekend 2016. Writing Manager Matt Goetz and Senior Writer Doug Seacat discuss warcaster and warlock relationships and parenting in the Iron Kingdoms with Shick. Hungerford sits with No Quarter Editor-in-Chief Lyle Lowery to discuss exciting things in store for upcoming issues of the magazine. Wrapping things up, the Wills discuss October releases and Mark of Caine.

Mark of Caine and More by Miles Holmes

This month, the latest book in the Iron Kingdoms Chronicles, Mark of Caine, book one of the Hellslingers, makes its premiere (October 12). After two years on the run, the fugitive warcaster Allister Caine must finally make a stand against the bounty hunters and glory-seekers who have hunted him since the end of the Cygnaran civil war. Marked with a mysterious glyph in the middle of the night by a strange woman, Caine discovers a wake of murder in his passage, and he can't be sure he's not the actual murderer. Now desperate to protect a precious treasure he didn't even know he had before, he must face his past if he wants to have any future at all...

Acquiring the Mark of Caine

For two years, Allister Caine has been on the run, a fugitive in the aftermath of the Cygnaran civil war that saw a new king assume the throne. His old connections severed, Caine has taken to hiding in the town of Prescott, where nobody knows his name. But soon enough, this will change. Everyone will know Allister Caine—but for all the wrong reasons. In the following excerpt from the forthcoming book, Mark of Caine by Miles Holmes (available October 12), “Of Blood and Bargains,” Caine finds himself in the hands of a woman who will set that change in motion…

Iron Kingdoms Uncharted: Part Two Correction

The No Quarter #68 "Iron Kingdoms Uncharted" article included a duplicate career from the previous issue rather than the new career it was supposed to feature. We regret the error. It has been corrected, and digital readers can now download the updated file.

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Guest Hobby Blog: Weathering with Griffon's Roost Painting

Privateer Press is excited to welcome guest blogger Lauren Fahey (twitter: @griffonsroost). She currently works as a freelance artist specialized in painting miniatures for hobby gaming and display. Drawing from a background in art history and medieval/renaissance studies, she takes inspiration for her art from history, nature, and her favorite parts of nerd culture.

Hitting the Mark: Miles Holmes on Mark of Caine

Author Miles Holmes gives us the inside scoop on his forthcoming Iron Kingdoms Chronicles novel, Mark of Caine.

Primecast Episode 36

Privateer Press Primecast Episode 36 is live!

Join hosts Will Hungerford and Will Shick as they dive into everything Privateer Press. Hungerford discusses the creation and evolution of Holden in our new narrative league, Crossroads of Courage, with Matt Goetz. Shick gets the details on developing The Undercity: Black River Irregulars expansion (available now!) with William "Oz" Schoonover. Goetz and Douglas Seacat return to talk more about the minutiae and lore of the Iron Kingdoms, touching on ruins, ghost towns (pun intended), and the lack of a Cygnaran public works program. And we finally get Tony Konichek on the microphone to talk about video production and streaming before we wrap up with a discussion about what our hosts are playing and bringing to WARMACHINE Weekend 2016.

Mark of Caine Coming Soon

Here's your first look at the cover for the latest offering from Skull Island eXpeditions: Mark of Caine by author Miles Holmes ("Way of Caine," Tales of the Invisible Hand), the first book in the new Hellslingers trilogy.

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