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Other nations beyond the Iron Kingdoms have also entered the fray—ancient and inhuman races, some who ally with the human factions and others who would see humanity destroyed. Whether playing the campaign or multiplayer, the command and management of your squad is key. Not only will you make defining choices about the warcaster, warjacks, and warriors that comprise your squad, but you will also utilize strong tactical direction of their strengths and abilities in battle as well as astute guidance for how they evolve over time.
Every unit is part of the whole and can interact with other units for greater effect.
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Plus, it means you can design exactly the force you want to put onto the battlefield. Then once your squad takes to the field of battle, your tactical command of their actions will govern their success. Will your squad advance cautiously, utilizing cover and outmaneuvering the enemy, or will they charge furiously into melee combat where brute force and resilience will win the day?
The Iron Kingdoms are populated by rare individuals who possess incredible arcane talents in addition to unmatched combat skills. Even more important, they can mentally command and channel their power through the most devastating weapons of war—warjacks.
Each warcaster possesses an arsenal of weapons tailored to his personal fighting style as well as a unique combination of spells and skills. These include a defining arcane feat that, when used at the right time, can turn the tide of battle. Warcasters possess a replenishing reservoir of magical energy, called focus, which endows them with their superhuman abilities.
Focus is used to cast spells, charge the protective fields of their specially created battle armor, and increase the effectiveness of their combat abilities. Every warcaster interacts with his or her warjacks and warriors differently.
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Outfitted with an array of wicked weaponry, these imposing constructs of steel and iron are brought to life through a fusion of steam power and magic and controlled with deadly precision by the warcaster.
The relationship between warcasters and their warjacks is as close as the kinship between any brothers in arms. Over time, a warjack gains experience and may bond with its warcaster, taking on unique personality characteristics and developing new aptitudes.
Encompassing a wide range of disciplines and roles, warriors are selected for the fighting capability and supporting tactics they add to your squad based on how you want the force to operate on the battlefield. The warriors bring with them a gallery of incredible weapons and abilities that can make a squad perform efficiently and effectively in any situation, from rapid assaults to stealthy hit-and-run maneuvers and everything in between.
Each battle awards warriors, warjacks, and your warcaster with experience that unlocks new options for your squad, like tactical feats for the warriors or bonds between the warcaster and his warjacks that affect the performance of the warjacks in specific situations.
This ever-growing list of options can be accessed during squad building to customize your force to your precise strategy.
Each campaign will focus on a single novice warcaster character and allow you to play through the formative experience that evolves that character into a full-fledged warcaster, also playable in multiplayer. The campaigns will deliver an extensive, story-driven experience. 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.
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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.
He epitomises many of the flavours of the Protectorate: fire, denial and synergy. He can get more work done from his battlegroup with Open Fire , and can buff attacks from warriors or warjacks using Ignite once you expand past the starter.
This one is designed to be an add-on to one of the other starter sets, rather than be one all by itself - you'll note it doesn't include a warcaster or any warjacks. It is roughly 35 points. You may not be able to find this any more, as it has gone out of production.
This box unleashes the whole rulebook upon you - from units to power attacks and solos.
Its 50 points limit is slightly behind the most popular 75 pts tournament formats, but prepares you well for such a challenge. Other good early downloads Warcasters In addituon to Malekus from the starter set, the best caster for a beginner to consider are: High Allegiant Amon Ad-Raza - A caster who loves to run lots of warjacks.
Through his Synergy spell he can make them hit harder and more accurately in combat getting better and better as each warjack activates, he also makes them move faster and has a very fast style of play that hits hard.
High Exemplar Kreoss - A caster who was the main battlebox caster in Mk 2. His feat to Knockdown enemies is very powerful, and with a good amount of focus he can spend it on a good size battlegroup, or using his very strong anti-magic spells to limit what the enemy caster can do. Grand Scrutator Severius - An all-round support caster who can help his army, in many ways and make it fight better.
He one of the most vulnerable of the Protectorate casters, and is unlikely to be picking a fight with the enemy caster, but his high amount of focus means he can take plenty of warjacks if needed and control them safely from the back.
Warjacks The Protectorate warjacks are not particularly advanced, tough, or fast; but they tend to be inexpensive, have good armor, and hit very hard - even more so when granted a boost from Hymn of Battle from the Choir of Menoth.
None of the warjacks stand out as being especially preferred for beginners, though the character warjacks are all worth considering investing in as your army grows. The 'jacks you take depends on your warcaster. For example, Malekus likes fire, so the Hand of Judgment , Vanquishers and Repenters work well with his abilities.
Severius1 also likes to take his favored character 'jack: Blessing of Vengeance as Severius1 does like to take an arcnode, often a Revenger if the Blessing of Vengeance is not available.
But good warjacks for a beginner get familiar with are: The Crusader - a solid and very cheap heavy warjack with no fancy extras, which Amon can make even better with Synergy and a speed increase; the Castigator - is also cheap and with two open fists useful for making throws and can set nearby infantry alight. Even the star warjack of Mk2: the Reckoner ; while not quite as amazing as it was before, still is a sturdy heavy that can hit hard, shoot hard, and debuff the enemy.Multiplayer maps will also be released regularly as free downloads, available to play by everyone.
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