Time for another update, and this time, it’s a lot of stat cards for use in your custom games of Warmachine. We’ve got the Mule and Emancipator back, along with an updated stat card for Niko the Lost, and some homebrews for Cygnar. Let’s look at the Guild’s battle engines first:
Now here’s Niko the Lost. I realized that since Oneshot has two different endings, it wouldn’t be fair to have just one version of Niko, so I’m in the process of a second version called (unsurprisingly) Niko the Found. This is going to be the version of Niko that didn’t stay in the other world and made it back home, but I’m not quite sure what she will do yet. Stay tuned for more updates on that.
Next up are a slew of homebrew units and solos for Cygnar, inspired by both the upcoming Trencher releases from PP, and Capitol from Warzone. The Trencher Ironsides are inspired by the Heavy Infantry from Capitol, and go to battle in heavy clockwork suits of armor with oversized rifles. They fill a role on the battlefield as a clean-up crew, using their guns and bayonets to mop up whatever slips past the entrenched front lines, or by spearheading an assault to soften up the enemies before the final push.
Besides this, they also have a support solo named Florence Graham, also known as the Iron Lady. Based on the character from Warzone Resurrection, Florence is a field medic originally from Imperial who defected to Capitol (or Cygnar or the Legion), after becoming disillusioned with her home corporation for their use of chemical weapons. Now she fights not only for justice, but to see chemical weapons banished from the battlefield once and for all.
Lastly for Cygnar, we have the Terrier Ironclad, based on a combination of the Terrier from Dystopian Legions, the Leman Russ from Warhammer 40k, and the Capitol Leviathan from Warzone. It’s big, slow, heavy, and hits like a truck with its big gun. In short, it’s exactly what you’d expect from a tank.
My last card for you is a sneak peek at the Dwarves, specifically the Kharadron Overlords. The Aether Chemist is a support model that can boost the firepower of friendly Skyfarers around him, or sap the combat capabilities of enemy models around him by creating a localized vacuum.
That’s all for right now, but there will be more to come. I’ve got more Capitol-based homebrew for Cygnar in the form of the Airborne Grenadiers and Banshees, several new units and battle engines for the Dwarves, and tons of solos and units for the Guild to hire out to the armies of Lore. I also have new ideas for character solos that pay homage to some of my favorite characters, so keep an eye out for those as well. I’ll see you again next time!
-The Raging Goblin