Forces of Warmachine: Khador by Privateer Press. PDF. WARMACHINE: Tactics is Retribution warjacks have forces of warmachine retribution of scyrah. Warmachine is a tabletop steampunk wargame produced by Privateer Press. . The Retribution of Scyrah represents the secret forces of a rising sect within the Players could download a full set of rules, plus rules for every model in the. Infernals Crucible Guard Cygnar Protectorate of Menoth Khador Cryx Retribution of Scyrah Mercenaries Convergence of Cyriss Trollbloods Circle Orboros.
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The two Khadoran sentries stood their post in companionable silence. They stared out from the wooden watchtower, bundled in heavy coats against the bitter cold. Spring was a meaningless season this far north of the Bitterrock River. The mood in the tower was worsened by the indistinct sounds of revelry from the barracks behind and below the tower. The 3rd Force had returned from Porsk bringing several bottles of a locally distilled uiske.
The Protectorate of Menoth The Protectorate of Menoth, formerly part of Cygnar, is a nation of devout religious practitioners. Menite troops are sometimes individually weaker, but their abilities combine to great effect, and they are often designed for denying opponents the opportunity to attack.
Menites have a penchant for setting their heretical enemies on fire. Led by the charismatic Hierarch Severius, the Protectorate has embarked on a holy war against their great enemy, Cygnar. The most powerful Menite warjack, the Avatar of Menoth, is guided by divine power rather than a warcaster. The Judicator is the Protectorate's Colossal warjack, built from designs stolen and modified from Cygnar. Khador Khador is the imperialistic, expansionist nation to the north.
Their warjacks are much slower than similar combatants, but they possess several abilities and spells that allow them to move faster. In order to make up for their speed, they have the heaviest armor and can deal out massive damage. Khadoran troops, however, are some of the most mobile and best-trained in the game. Khador specializes in freezing enemy troops, making them much easier to hit and destroy. Khador recently fielded the Behemoth, the largest warjack in the Iron Kingdoms, excluding Colossals.
The Colossal Conquest is a brute-force warjack of enormous power with thick armour and heavy cannons. Cryx Cryx is a nation of necromancers who worship Toruk, father of all dragons.
They are the masters of dark magic. Their troops, nearly all undead, are numerous, and their warjacks are fast and nimble, but lightly armored. Cryxian attacks often coat their targets in acid, slowly melting flesh and metal. Lord Toruk's legions have finally managed to harness the power of the Deathjack, a fearsome construct commonly thought to be a myth.
Additionally, the forces of Cryx have been authorized to use Krakens, Colossals which gain power as they slay living opponents with their mechanikal tendrils. Retribution of Scyrah The Retribution of Scyrah represents the secret forces of a rising sect within the elven nation of Ios as they fight to save their few remaining gods, and kill all human mages.
Composed of covert mage hunters, soldiers of the noble elven houses, and the legendary Dawnguard legions, they strike against the arcane magics of human kingdoms using warjack-like constructs called Myrmidons, running completely on magic as opposed to steam and coal like standard warjacks.
The Retribution recently received permission from the Iosian government to deploy the enormous Hyperion Colossals against their enemies. The Hyperions have the single most powerful cannon yet seen in WarMachine.
Convergence of Cyriss The Convergence of Cyriss represents an underground cult of mathematicians and scholars who desire to physically manifest the goddess Cyriss on Caen through a process known as "The Great Work". Previously acting in the background of the Warmachine setting by feeding technological advancements to Cygnar and Khador in return for access to sensitive locations, the faction recently came to the foreground of the conflict to coincide with the ascension of the Iron Mother Directix and the entering of the time period they refer to as the "Phase of Alignment".
The Convergence army consists of primarily clockwork soldiers and large mechanical constructs known as vectors, which differ from similar warjacks by lacking any form of artificial intelligence. The army is known for its synergy between its several units and vectors, and for requiring a "clockwork-like" efficiency in order to perform at the highest levels of competition.
Mercenaries Hired guns and sellswords, mercenaries perform two roles within the Warmachine game. First, mercenary warcasters, solos, and units are able to be included in certain factions, defined by the individual unit's special rules. Second, mercenaries may be played as a separate faction through the use of a mercenary contract. The third major expansion, Warmachine: Vengeance, added new Epic versions of older warlords, as well as new units, solos and warjacks.
The new journeyman warcasters introduced with the video game Warmachine: Tactics see below were also added. Most recently, through the CID or Community Integrated Development process, a new model type has been added called structures.
These immobile models often deploy far ahead of normal forces, but may not change positions throughout the game, and provide a powerful, if situational, bonus to your army. Stationed atop the largest base size in the game, these massive buildings can be seen from anywhere on the battlefield, making them tempting targets, but often powerful fortifications.
Gameplay[ edit ] The overall gameplay is supposed to encourage aggression rather than defensive tactics, such as sitting behind fortifications. This was referred to among players and the game's developers as 'Page 5' in previous versions of the game, however in the "Mark 3" rules, the company has pushed into a more balanced direction with regards to both aggressive versus controlling strategies, and the previous performative masculine rhetoric.
Warmachine is similar to many other miniature wargames in that each army consists of several units, each of which acts during a turn. Individual units move, attack, and may perform other actions such as repairing a warjack or using a feat.
The primary mechanic unique to Warmachine is the use of focus points. Each warcaster receives a certain number of focus points each turn, which represents that warcaster's power. At the beginning of the turn, focus may be spent to pay for ongoing abilities and allocated between the warlord and 'jacks in the caster's battlegroup within their "Control Area" or sphere of influence - a distance based on the 'caster's focus stat.
Focus allows warjacks to become more accurate and powerful by "boosting" their attacks, and to perform special actions called "Power Attacks" such as slamming a model across the battlefield with their heft or throwing an enemy model at another model.
Allison Jakes, a young journeyman warcaster trained as a duelist who is unexpectedly thrust into a position of great responsibility and leadership before she is ready. Under your command, Lt. Multiplayer will be supported with regular releases of new maps, units, and even whole new factions.
We want to ensure that your game experience is consistently fresh and offers new challenges every time you play.
Our funding goal allows us to produce the single-player campaign and the multiplayer mode featuring playable forces with multiple warcasters, warjacks, and warriors for the Cygnar and Khador factions as well as some Cryx units that appear in the single-player campaign—about three dozen units in all. Our goal is to deliver regular expansions to the game in the form of campaign and themed bundles that will add new characters to your faction rosters and new stories to experience.
Multiplayer maps will also be released regularly as free downloads, available to play by everyone. We will also honor your name in the game credits beneath a statement of our eternal thanks for your support.
Each limited-edition sculpt comes with an exclusive gold card and a corresponding collector's coin commemorating service in its respective faction. Quantities are limited to one of each character per backer. These are Kickstarter exclusives, never to be offered like this again.
Signed by Jay Koottarappallil and Matt Wilson on front or back, upon request in your backer survey. What are add-ons? Add-ons are items you may choose to add to your pledge at any time during the campaign. All seven Kickstarter-exclusive limited-edition sculpts are available as add-ons and will be accompanied by exclusive gold cards and special collector's coins.
Other add-ons may become available over the course of the Kickstarter campaign. Please see the International Shipping Rates page for a complete breakdown of our current shipping costs. Note that there are no in-game performance different to the characters, these are aesthetic changes only.
Also included is the map of the continent of Immoren, featuring the Iron Kingdoms. Maps will be presented as dpi PDF files, in 7.
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