Thursday, September 4

Cryx Warcasters!

This is the first post of a series of informative articles on the different factions available in Warmachine / Hordes.

I will start with Cryx, putting up pictures and quick bullet point references for each 'caster:

Goreshade the Bastard:
  • He is a tricky caster, capable of messing with peoples plans.
  • Not extremely strong in melee combat.
  • Good at using both troops and Warjacks.

Iron Lich Asphyxious:

  • Solid melee ability and good spells means he is a flexible warcaster.
  • EXTREMELY flexible, good with both troops and warjacks, can respond to many armies he may fight.

Lich Lord Terminus:

  • Extremely strong melee fighter.
  • Works well with a lot of infantry models, but due to high command also can control the powerful but unpredictable warjacks of Cryx.

Skarre, The Pirate Queen:

  • Can kill the enemy warcaster in the 2nd turn if she gets lucky.
  • Very good with infantry troops.
  • Can be killed relatively easily, but has strong spells to kill other people as well.

Warwitch Deneghra:

  • Very flimsy, low armour and defence points, can be killed in one hit by many things.
  • A very strong Feat, but needs to be used carefully to get the most effect out of it.

Witch Coven of Gharlghast:

  • Unique that they are 3 characters instead of 1.
  • Very weak individually, die easily.
  • Powerful magic that can assasinate warcasters.

Master Necrotech Mortenebra:

  • Warjack focused Warcaster.
  • Mostly used to aggresively position your Warjacks for the kill.

Well, thats it for Cryx!!!! 3 more Warmachine factions to go, and 4 Hordes.

Updates coming up tomorrow!!

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