Privateer Press Hit Kickstarter With Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika

March 6, 2020 by brennon

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Privateer Press are on Kickstarter right now as they delve into their new Sci-Fi project, Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika. They are already funded and are currently unlocking a selection of different stretch goals as they look to bring a clutch of factions to the tabletop.

Warcaster Set - Privateer Press

Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika is their new game where you take on the role of the aforementioned Warcasters, looking to battle for control of a new Sci-Fi world. Here is a little run-down from Privateer concerning the role you undertake in the game...

"A Warcaster is the pinnacle of power, a being capable of harnessing and manipulating the cosmic forces that can fuel mechanika and conjure ancient reality-warping Cyphers. The mind of a Warcaster has been forged into the ultimate weapon: by channelling Arcanessence, they are able to coordinate an entire battle force while simultaneously augmenting that force’s combat prowess by remotely channelling arcane energies into their weapons, armour, and even their formidable war machines. In a galaxy beleaguered by constant conflict, the Warcasters are the champions of their nations, worlds, and empires, waging war with each other like gods moving pieces across a chessboard."

Taking the lead for this game there are three factions which are available for you to snap up right now. We have The Marcher Worlds...

The Marcher Worlds - Privateer Press

...The Iron Star Alliance and also The Aeternus Continuum who haven't been quite finalised yet but add a little bit more of an alien vibe to the goings-on in the game.

The Iron Star Alliance - Privateer Press

The Aeternus Continuum - Privateer Press

Both the Iron Star Alliance and the Marcher Worlds don't look too dissimilar in their design with lots of rounded edges for both but the slightly more gangly elements of The Aeternus Continuum are rather fascinating and it would be great to see them painted up soon.

If you're wondering about which of the factions to pick up then the team at Privateer Press have put together two videos looking at them...

Also, if you want to find out more about the gameplay of Warcaster then you can dive in and check out their Staff Showdown video below. They went through a full game and explored a lot of the mechanics on offer.

So, if Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika seems like the game for you then you might want to dive in and give their campaign a look. They seem to have plans to expand the game through successive Kickstarter campaigns, gauging the interest for the game each time they employ the use of the fundraising platform. This could well be a good idea.

Are you tempted by this game?

"So, if Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika seems like the game for you then you might want to dive in and give their campaign a look..."

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