Monolith Preview Oathbreakers & Seers For Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

February 23, 2021 by brennon

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Monolith has dropped a few more previews for what's coming as part of the Mythic Battles: Ragnarok Kickstarter which adds the Norse pantheon into this epic struggle between gods. The wyrd is the focus of these new previews with the likes of the Seer popping up.

Seer Art - Monolith

Seer Art & Render // Monolith

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When included as part of your chosen force in Ragnarok, these Troops act as support units that can gift you a look ahead at what fate might be in store for your gods. As well as that, they can also use an ability at the moment of death to look ahead and allow you to draw new cards into your hand.

Seer Painted - Monolith

Seer Painted // Monolith

The miniatures are certainly looking very good, as you might imagine from Monolith and their team. I like that we're getting a good look at all sorts of aspects of Nordic mythology with this game and stepping into the realm of seers and sages as well as just foe-smashing gods and their armies of warriors.

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The unquiet dead are not going to be left behind either as we also got a peek at the art, render and final painted miniature for one of the Oathbreakers.

Oathbreaker Art - Monolith

Oathbreaker Art & Render // Monolith

As you might imagine, Oathbreakers can be used on the tabletop in great numbers. A horde of them can descend on your enemy and drag them down before they can even begin to think about striking back. They even grow in number if at least a few of their number remain. If you're looking to create a themed warband based around a god, perhaps Hel, then these might be a fun addition.

Oathbreaker Painted - Monolith

Oathbreaker Painted // Monolith

It is all looking like things are going in the right direction when it comes to the art and miniature design for Mythic Battles: Ragnarok. It will be good to get a better look at the full game closer to the launch of the Kickstarter and perhaps a bit of early gameplay too. Mythic Battles: Pantheon is a good baseline to work from but it's always neat to see if anything has been tweaked and updated for Ragnarok.

Are you going to be picking up this new version of Mythic Battles when it hits Kickstarter?

"If you're looking to create a themed warband based around a god, perhaps Hel, then these might be a fun addition..."

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