|Dust Tactics | Published 09 February 2011|
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These individual unit boxes allow players to customize their forces at their own pace, expanding tactical options for both the Allied and Axis forces. Similarly to the base game, these unit boxes are supplied primed and unpainted, ready for those who want to paint their miniatures before they battle.
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For the Allies, the BBQ Squad expansion brings an extra dose of speed and brutality to the battlefield. These assault rangers know the definition of hit-and-run tactics, staying light on their feet while packing a punch in combat. The BBQ Squad specializes in close combat against infantry and armored vehicles. Known for their vicious Shotgun blast, these Rangers also carry a Flamethrower to handle heavily-armored targets. But their most deadly threat to the enemy are Demo Charges, small satchels packed with explosives that can take out any threat on the battlefield.
Meanwhile, the Axis’ Laser Grenadiers stand ready to reduce enemy armored units to piles of twisted metal. With their ability to hit from a distance with lasers that can cut through almost any type of armor, Laser Grenadiers can tear apart even the toughest foes. Laser Grenadiers represent a brand new generation of Axis soldiers. Composed of veterans with invaluable experience, these units appear terrifying in their unique body armor. They are renowned for their advanced firearms training and solid engineering abilities, which make them an asset to any Axis army.
While these two expansions contain primed, unpainted miniatures, premium painted versions are also available from Fantasy Flight Collector.
Expand your Dust Tactics army options by picking up these units today from your local retailer or our webstore!
Dust Tactics is a tactical miniatures game of brutal combat for 2-4 players. Based on the popular universe created by artist Paolo Parente, Dust Tactics presents an alternate 1940s reality in which alien technology fuels gigantic machines of war, and the world's superpowers clash over rare mineral deposits that could ultimately decide the outcome of WWII.
so i guess i cant play thease games yet
Nice to see, but I want the "new" stuff.