Accompanying the Alliance’s forces on the battlefield, the Paladin Weaver acts as a living focus for the Warcaster’s offensive arcane might. The destructive Fury Cyphers channeled through the Weaver unleash all manner of psychokinetic ruin upon those who would face the Paladins in battle. While charged with Arc, the range of these terrifying battle Cyphers only increases. Further aiding the Warcaster on the battlefield, the Paladin Weaver can spike, or spend Arc, to activate the mechanikal power of its realignment codex, enabling the Weaver to rearrange Arc allocations amongst Alliance forces on the battlefield. Encased in formidable Paladin composite armor, the Weaver is even prepared to enter combat personally, bringing to bear the might of the null hammer, a battle staff capable of knocking Arc off any opponent it strikes.
- The Paladin Weaver can channel destructive Fury Cyphers.
- It can spike, or spend Arc, to rearrange and add to Arc allocations to friendly units within 10".
- While charged with Arc, Furies channeled through the Paladin Weaver gain +5" range.
- The Paladin Weaver's Null Hammer melee weapon is capable of knocking Arc off of models it strikes.
- This Weaver wears Paladin Compound Armor, which gives it bonus ARM (Armor) against explosion damage.
- one (1) Paladin Weaver
Warcaster: Neo-Mechanika is a high-speed hobby miniatures game for two players who each take on the role of a powerful Warcaster in command of a formidable battle force!
Players assemble and customize a force of 20–30 models and fight a scenario-driven battle using dice and cards to control their mighty units and to cast epic cyphers. The game is played using an alternating-activation turn sequence with a round tracker that governs scoring opportunities and the duration of ongoing effects. Players take turns activating units one at a time and using their rack of cyphers, reality-warping spells that can be used to enhance their troops and warjacks or to devastate their opponent’s forces.
While Warcasters are not physically present on the battlefield, their presence is always felt. A Warcaster coordinates and supports their forces from a sophisticated command and control center called a rack, located aboard a massive battle carrier that transports the Warcaster's troops and warjacks. In the game, the rack is represented by a deck of cards — the spell-like Cyphers — that players customize prior to the game based on the powers and abilities they wish to wield as a Warcaster!
All models and terrain pieces are supplied unassembled and unpainted, and without basing material.