Monolith Share More Previews For Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

November 18, 2020 by brennon

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Monolith Edition has been sharing more preview images of what's coming as part of Mythic Battles: Ragnarok which is now slated for a launch on Kickstarter in Early 2021.

Berserker Art - Mythic Battles Ragnarok

Berserker Art // Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

This news came out this week alongside a preview of another of the units that you can drop into your chosen warband when playing games of Ragnarok. Here we have the artwork and sculpt for the rather ace looking Berserkers who are going to be charging headlong into the fighting.

Berserker Painted - Mythic Battles Ragnarok

Berserker Painted // Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

Much like with Mythic Battles: Pantheon, you're going to be taking charge of larger than life individuals and then bonding warriors and heroes to their command, looking to dominate the tabletop and secure victory for the gods. As with Pantheon, I think I'm going to make a lot of my choices simply on how cool certain units look and I can see Berserkers being high up there on my list.

Past Ragnarok Previews

As well as the newer preview for the Berserker above, we've also been seeing a few snippets of what's coming over on social media including this mighty heroine, Brunhild.

Brunhild - Mythic Battles Ragnarok

Brunhild // Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

Brunhild is a hero within the game of Ragnarok, one of the mighty Valkyrie who has been tasked to return to the battlefield one last time to fight for her freedom. She is not going to let anyone, be they mortal or god, controls her destiny as she seeks out her final rest.

Sticking with the theme of ace female warriors, we've also got this Shieldmaiden preview which we saw quite a few weeks ago now.

Shieldmaidens - Mythic Battles Ragnarok

Shieldmaiden // Mythic Battles: Ragnarok

This sculpt shows off a very heavily armoured warrior with sword at the ready to leap into the action. It's good to see some dynamic miniatures in this collection and I hope that we get a good degree of varied sculpts for each set of warriors that the characters can choose from.

Based on what Monolith has been saying in their recent updates, it seems like whilst the campaign is getting put back until the start of 2021, the delivery date should remain the same. I know a lot of people are probably rather eager to see this campaign kick-off, especially with Assassin's Creed: Valhalla getting a lot of people interested in Viking myth and legend again.

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