Dropfleet Commander: Dreadnoughts
TTCombat haben die Dreadnoughts zur Vorbestellung freigeschaltet.
UCM Dreadnought – 59,99 Euro
At 1750 metres long and triple a Battleship’s displacement, Dreadnoughts are the most powerful warships ever produced by mankind. Their prodigious firepower allows a single one to engage and annihilate a small fleet unassisted. Commanded by only the most decorated Admirals, each of these mighty vessels is a legend in its own right. The London class packs a staggering array of conventional mass drivers – fifty, to be exact. The rarer Washington class can unleash a swarm of bombers equivalent to an entire carrier taskforce.
Introducing the biggest ships that Dropfleet Commander has ever seen. One of the most detailed spaceship kits of all time, the UCM Dreadnought measures 195mm long, with the twin-bodied hull synonymous with UCM engineering.
This set includes parts to make either the UCM London class or the UCM Washington Dreadnought. The London has a ridiculous 20 Mass Driver Turrets, which – when going Weapons Free – can fire 40 shots. Meanwhile the Washington forgoes outright firepower for a Launch capacity of 15!
Scourge Dreadnought – 59,99 Euro
Facing a single Scourge Dreadnought generally means death. These 2000 metre monstrosities prowl the void, hunting prey imperiously. They are one-ship fleets, the mightiest vessels that this hated enemy has to unleash. The Nosferatu class packs vast Oculus banks and terrifying close action weaponry. The Cthulhu’s colossal triple furnace cannon can bisect a battleship. If that wasn’t terrifying enough, both carry swarms of strike craft and have potent stealth systems. By the time an opponent is able to finally plot a firing solution, it’s usually too late.
Introducing the biggest ships that Dropfleet Commander has ever seen. The Scourge Dreadnought is the largest of all the Dreadnoughts, with its mass of tentacles coming in at 225mm from front to back!
This set includes parts to make either the Scourge Nosferatu designation or the Scourge Cthulu Dreadnought (a fitting name!). If a massive ship with a 12 Attack Furnace Triad or 16 Oculus Beams weren’t enough, try Full Cloak and Stealth! Ouch.
Shaltari Dreadnought – 59,99 Euro
Over 1600 meters long, Dreadnoughts are the largest vessels utilised by the enigmatic Shaltari. Records are sketchy though, as they are incredibly rare and opponents seldom survive an encounter with one. This lethality comes from incredible firepower, shields and peerless scanners. Their captains can wage entire campaigns personally with minimal support. The Plutonium class features a plethora of eldritch weapons, devastatingly flexible in combat. The Uranium is supremely aggressive, attracting the most warlike Starchiefs, desiring the honour and satisfaction of close range slaughter.
Introducing the biggest ships that Dropfleet Commander has ever seen. Although the Shaltari Dreadnought is the smallest of the Dreadnoughts, measuring 175mm in length, it is the most complex of all! Featuring a mirrored and intricate design, it fits perfectly with the rest of a Shaltari fleet.
This set includes parts to make either the Shaltari Plutonium class or the Shaltari Uranium class Dreadnought. With either Distortion Cannons or the 6 Attack Pulse Ioniser Battery (that’s double the size of the one on the Mercury), both ships also come with a Launch capacity for for FOUR Gates.
PHR Dreadnought – 59,99 Euro
PHR Dreadnoughts are paradigms of technology. Nearly 2000 metres long, they’re built around a next-gen intermeshed power management system. Virtually all the ship’s gunnery, core systems and drives are integrated seamlessly into it. This allows unique and advanced weaponry. The Romulus packs Energy Glaive broadsides and the dreaded Hypernova Laser. The Remus boasts the Apocalypse Cannon – one of the most potent bombardment weapons ever conceived. Any of these can be overcharged when fired alone, upping the devastation to biblical proportions.
Introducing the biggest ships that Dropfleet Commander has ever seen. The PHR Dreadnought comes in at a massive 215mm long (from nose to manoeuvre fin), putting it as the biggest – and bulkiest – PHR ship.
This set includes parts to make either the PHR Romulus or the PHR Remus Dreadnoughts. With 30 Hull Points and 2+ Armour, the PHR Dreadnoughts are the toughest ships in the game, with potent weaponry to boot. All of their main weapons also have the option to be overcharged, doubling their damage.
Wer es noch etwas größer mag, kann sich das 2up des UCM Schlachtschiffs der New York Klasse anschauen:
2-Up UCM New York Class Battleship ***EXCLUSIVE*** – £50.00
An updated design on an old classic. The 2-Up UCM New York Class Battleship is rolling out of the shipyards and onto display shelves now!
This mammoth model (I can’t bring myself to call it a „miniature“) is an exact replica of the Dropfleet Commander game piece, just twice as big!
With intricate detailing that almost makes you think it was designed to be scaled up (it was), you’ll be able to destroy enemies of the UCM with the biggest torpedo ever!
Resin miniature supplied unpainted and unassembled with a clear acrylic display stand. Note that this is an advanced modelling kit and may need small gaps filling and pieces gently heated and bent to fit. This kit is not for the faint-hearted!
Note that this item is made to order, so expect a short delay while we cast it for you!
Dropzone Commander wird in Deutschland über den Verlag Martin Ellermeier vertrieben.