Warmachine: Protectorate - Heavy Warjack

Warmachine: Protectorate - Heavy Warjack

Product #PIP32061

Regular Price: $34.99

Special Price: $29.79

3 In stock

Manufacturer: Privateer Press

One of the first warjacks developed by the Protectorate after the Cygnaran Civil War was the Crusader, a massive warjack boasting heavy armor and capable of crushing attacks. It has served as the foundation for several masterpieces of war. The Templar, for one, smashes enemies with overwhelming force from an unassailable position behind its thick shield. Of more recent production, the Vanquisher wields a great "blazing star" spiked ball in one hand and a flame belcher in the other. This weapon sends an oil-filled cannonball that bursts and ignites on impact.


This box set contains three color stat cards and one multi-part heavy warjack plastic model. Included are all the components to assemble one of three heavy warjack variants: Crusader, Templar, or Vanquisher. A player may field any number of heavy warjacks in a Protectorate army. In addition this box set is plastic.


Miniatures are supplied unpainted. Preparation and assembly may be required.



   

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Love this kit
I am a big fan of all three builds. This is definitely the kit in Protectorate you want to magnetize.

Crusader - Cheap and hits like a ton of bricks. Super fun with Harby. Choir and full focus will kill almost anything you throw it at. Slow but worth the trade off.

Templar - Shield and a Reach Weapon with Beat back. Most of the time I prefer this to a Reckoner.

Vanquisher- My favorite shooting jack in the faction. 4in AOE that is high power and lights everything on fire? I am in. Pair this with his own vassal and you have a VERY focus efficient 10pt package that makes people cry.

The kit is pretty nice. The mold lines are not great, but not terrible.
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Review by Robert James on 12/7/2015
Magnetize for options
The model itself is fairly basic in appearance, so if you want it to look good then paint it well. Standard amount of moulding lines, etc.

As for gameplay the three jacks each play quite differently. The Vanquisher is great when combined with a Vassal for clearing out infantry, but the standard ROF of 1 might be seen as a hindrance. The Templar is decent for doling out damage and if you give it a defensive buff then it is extremely tough. The Crusader is as cheap as a heavy can get, and under choir has a P+S of 20. The biggest downside is their speed.
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Review by David on 9/12/2015