New Hobbit FAQ is up
Howdy Guys and Girls :)
The newest version of the "The Hobbit" FAQ is up!
I think I'll go with their nazgul pairings :D
"Q: Are the new Nazgûl profiles (with the exceptions of the
Witch-king and Khamûl) specifically related to the other
named Ringwraiths, meaning that certain combinations of
new and old Ringwraiths aren’t possible? (p.112 & 113)
A: No. The new Nazgûl of Dol Guldur profiles
represent the Ringwraiths at the time of The Hobbit™,
and as such they have different titles to those they
adopt at the time of the War of the Ring. Because of
this, there is no definitive way of saying which of the
new Nazgûl becomes which named Ringwraith – that
is all up to your imagination (and could be a fun
exercise to try to work out). When we playtested
these, we used The Shadow Lord as the Lingering
Shadow, The Betrayer as the Forsaken, The Dark
Marshal as the Dark Headsman, The Undying and
The Tainted as the two Abyssal Knights, and The
Dwimmerlaik and The Knight of Umbar as the two
Slayers of Men."
The Hobbit: Berserkers of Gundabad
via Warhammer Community - some new cute Orcs :)
"Under the command of Bolg, Castellan of Mount Gundabad, the Gundabad Berserkers sprint towards The Battle of the Five Armies.
Brandishing a variety of vicious swords, axes and war-picks, it won’t be long before you can add these stunning Forge World miniatures to your army and swell the ranks of Azog’s Legion to strike fear into the hearts of your enemies.
Gundabad Berserkers are stronger, tougher and faster than most other Orcs, and it’s these hulking monstrosities that Bolg brings to reinforce Azog™ in the battle atop Ravenhill."