No Quarter Magazine 33
No Quarter Magazine 33
No Quarter 33 represents and showcases the final stretch on a number of
projects for Privateer Press. Firstly, it is the final issue of 2010,
marking the end of another great year of No Quarter material. The
magazine saw a number of big changes in both design and content this
year and is looking great. In addition, some guy from California took
over the position of editor-in-chief.
Battle Report: Swamp Stomp
The final book of 2010 is Forces of HORDES: Minions, and to celebrate
this momentous occasion, we present a Minions-themed battle report. Soon
enough, you'll be able to add new Minion warlocks, warbeasts, and troops
to your HORDES armies or simply play a Minion-only army via the new
Minion Pacts. The goal of this Battle Report is to showcase some of the
awesome potential a Minion army can bring to the table.
The Hardcore tournament format is a long-standing tradition for
Privateer Press at Gen Con. This year, players participated in the first
Mk II Gen Con Hardcore, so there were a few changes along the way. As
always, though, Hardcore featured fast and furious action with strict
time limits as well as a strict painting requirement.
2010 Masters Tournament
This August at Gen Con, the finest WARMACHINE and HORDES players from
across the land assembled to take part in the very first Mk II Masters
Tournament. In addition to being the first Mk II Masters, this year's
format featured one other change. Each player needed to demonstrate an
absolute mastery of their chosen faction by fielding four distinct lists
each led by a different warcaster or warlock. The competition was
fierce, the battles grueling and carnage-filled, but in the end, one
player stood above the rest and was crowned champion.
2010 Formula P3 Grandmaster
This year at Gen Con, miniature painters from across the world assembled
for a chance at fortune and fame in the annual P3 Grandmaster Painting
Competition. The level of artistry in the entries was phenomenal, and it
was quite clear each contestant spent months (maybe years) crafting and
painting a model worthy of consideration by our judges.
Guts & Gears: Nephilim
Lord Kutzov, I submit to you the following report, which provides new
intelligence on the growing presence of draconic abominations within the
confines of the Motherland. Although our understanding of these
creatures is still rudimentary, I have lately discovered something
profoundly interesting with regards to how these beasts may have spread
across our lands so quickly...
Strategic Academy: Khador
This installment of the Strategic Academy delves into the forces that
comprise the Khadoran Empire's military. The cold motherland ruled by
Empress Vanar has produced soldiers hardened by both weather and
grueling combat. Each frost-wreathed breath drives them onward to
conquer new territory in the name of the Hammer, Anvil, and Forge. The
warcasters who usher these forces into war combine unstoppable warjacks
with cunning strategy to pierce even the most tempered enemy defenses.
Power Progression: Trollbloods
The mighty Trollbloods of the kriels have been some of my favorite
models since the faction was first released. They were my first HORDES
army, having drawn me in with their large, detailed models and Celtic
aesthetic with an Iron Kingdoms slant. What I found when learning to
play Trollbloods is that it's a very forgiving army.
The Gavyn Kyle Files: Lord Carver
I find it hard to believe that an individual of my skills is required to
document the movements and activities of so conspicuous a creature as
the farrow chieftain known as Lord Carver. Are my fees so negligible, my
talents so commonplace, that they can be squandered on following the
movements of Caen's least discreet would-be conqueror?
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