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No Quarter #15 catches players and fans up on all things Privateer with a preview of the 2008 Call to Arms WARMACHINE and HORDES league, the winning entries for the 2007 Formula P3 painting contest, and a preview of the upcoming WARMACHINE book release.
Cover Art "Broadsides Bart" by Andrea Uderzo
Fire in the Hole - From the Past, Seeds of the Future
Letter from the editor about fan feedback and the way the magazine evolves.
Letters to the editor and general shenanigans (new warcasters, Asheth Magnus, tactics articles)
News from the Front
Events and important news from around the world (PAX07, Thrall Harvest)
New Releases - November & December
The latest Privateer Press products for November and December (WARMACHINE, HORDES, Bodger Games, Formula P3)
2007: A Look Back
A retrospective of all the cool stuff that happened in 2007.
2007 Formula P3 Grandmaster Painting Competition
A gallery of this year\'s winners and top contenders (warjack/warbeast, warrior model, battlegroup, unit,
2007 US Nationals Championship
[Miniatures] A look into the strategies and smack talk of the US Nationals champs.
Hardcore, Hard Results
[Miniatures] The winners of the 2007 Hardcore championships speak.
Guts & Gears - Trolls
[RPG] How the trollkin turned walking stomachs into killing machines.
Guts & Gears Tactics - Troll Impaler, Axer, and Bouncer Tactics
[Miniatures] Learn how to properly deploy these trolls in your army.
Guts & Gears Paint - Troll Variant
Learn how to paint the Trolls of the Bloodstone Marches.
Modeling and Painting - Trollkin Thumper Crew
Four easy steps for painting any models (thumper cannon, trollkin crew)
Modeling and Painting Studio Syle! - Trollkin Faces
Painting trollkin faces and skin.
Painting Challenge - Pomp and Circumstance
The sound of trumpets...Armor glinting in the sun...The elite stride with valor!
Terrain - Staging the Battle (part 1)
Part 1 in a series of making and using your own gaming table (building a basic game table)
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