No Quarter Magazine #31
No Quarter Magazine brings you the latest news for HORDES, WARMACHINE, Formula P3, the Iron Kingdoms, and every Privateer Press game. Never miss an issue!
No Quarter #31 features a sneak peek of ten new models drawn from all five upcoming Forces of HORDES books; the Gavin Kyle Files returns with a double-sized entry on the enigmatic trollkin leader Grim Angus; Guts & Gears takes an in-depth look at the rhinodon; Sign & Sigil delves into the forbidden lore of Tharn blood magic; and one of our new features, Strategic Academy, teaches you the best tactics to use when playing Circle of Orboros.
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