Dystopian Legions: Neuheiten im Sommer
Auch in den Sommermonaten wird bei Dystopian Legions weiter aufgerüstet.
Zum einen kommen die beiden fehlenden Ironclad-Kampfpanzer:
Striking a balance between speed, durability and firepower, the Terrier Ironclad is the perfect expansion to a Kingdom of Britannia force. Able to engage any opponent whilst weathering all but the heaviest attacks, the Terrier provides a steadfast iron anchor for the Britannian gun line. Any foe foolish enough to approach the Terrier head on will be blasted by its relentless 122-Pdr Gun, whilst the sponson mounted AT Rifles deter any attempted flanking assaults. As well as this devastating array of firepower, the Terrier holds a powerful shield generator within its hull – a sparking energy field to disrupt incoming fire.
Fast, tough and deadly from every angle, the Ke-Ho Ironclad’s unconventional design in no way hampers its capacity for destruction. Often seen speeding forward amidst a spearhead of Kote Armoured Transports, the Ke-Ho’s unique mechanisms keep it operating efficiently even after sustaining heavy damage, ensuring that its brutal firepower will never cease. Whether laying down smoke screens to cover the advancing Infantry, picking off Tankettes with bursts from its sponson mounted weaponry, or bearing down on the enemy with its wide-mouthed cannon, the Ke-Ho is both the shield and the sword of the Divine Empress‘ armies.
The Prussian Empire has a long standing tradition of compulsory conscription and, in times of war, the Landwehr are raised in great numbers to defend their homes and the Emperor’s territories. These valiant soldiers are not to be underestimated, for while they lack the experience of the crack Grenadier Regiments, they compensate with zeal and dedication. When well commanded, they are more than equal to anything the enemy can throw at them.
Markedly distinct from the fearsome Ashigaru and garbed in crisply-cut uniforms, the Imperial Rifles are a model of discipline and modern precision. However, their heritage has not been forgotten for they are armed with a modernised Teppo, a powerful, long-ranged rifle descended from the early Tanegashima firelocks. On the field, the Imperial Rifles support the advance of their Ashigaru brethren with volley after devastating volley from their arrow-straight firing lines.
Heavily protected against conventional munitions and even deadly gas weaponry, the Armoured Infantry Regiments have earned a fearsome reputation across the world as elite shock troops. Often sent barrelling deep into enemy lines secure within a Patriot, they emerge to storm the strongest of redoubts with their state-of-the-art Automatic Carbines. Once entrenched, there is little that can displace these tough and resolute soldiers from a valued position.
Resplendent in the traditional kilts and tartan that are their regimental heritage, the Black Watch are a striking sight on the battlefield. Trained to the same exacting standards of musketry as all Britannian Rifle Regiments, the Black Watch also have a notable proficiency in close-quarter combat. With a list of battle honours as impressive as it is intimidating, the elite Black Watch are famed as some of Britannia’s finest fighting soldiers.
Die Infanterieboxen kosten jeweils 14,00 Pfund, der britische Terrier liegt bei 45,00 Pfund, der japanische Kugelpanzer kostet 60,00 Pfund.
Quelle: Spartan Games