The Beastmen character we've already seen, and is cool. The Herdstone is a little basic, but passable. It's the "Nihtbat" that interests me as a possible Varghulf - it's on an 80mm round base, so more of the size you'd expect such a monster to be.
Yeah, I think my favorites of this group are those Lizards. They could pass for either Salamanders or Razordons. Nice that there's three too.
The Bolt Thrower looks quite impressive, if a bit over the top-big. And I really don't care for the crew. Too Roman Centurion for my tastes. Could easily swap out with Empire or Bret figs though. Love that they come with a couple of piles of rocks. Who doesn't want to paint those up?
The "Vargulf" replacement looks good, though I'd be a little concerned about the size. I wouldn't want it competing with the Terrorgheist as far as appearance and presence on the table top.
The "Cursed Rock" seems to be made out of sand. Might look better with a TK army. Maybe a terrain piece that acts as a Waystone for them (especially since they tend to rely heavily on magic)? Maybe a Bane Stone.
Another new monster, another incomprehensible name: Twroch ap Roch, Wocor of Pen-y-Fan
It's pronounced: "Too-rok ap Rok, Wock-or of Pen-er-van"
If that helps!
The k's in "Too-rok ap Rok" have a throaty sound, but simple k sounds will do...
'ap' in Welsh means "son of". Like Mc in Scotland. So David ap Richard, is- David, son of Richard. But English people in the previous centuries ignored that, and instead pushed anglicised versions. So poor David's heritage is quashed, and he would now be called David Pritchard.