Dust 1947: Neuheiten
Eine Reihe Neuheiten für Dust – in verschiedenen Versionen.
Steel Guards Command Squad – Babylon Pattern 75,00 USD
The Steel Guards are veterans whose bodies have been badly damaged by the horrors of this Endless War… But their spirit, courage and love for the Motherland are untouched! Officers of the Steel Guards Command Squad direct their comrades on the battlefield and are formidable warriors in their own right. They have seen and been through the worse, many times. There’s nothing on the planet they can’t handle. The squad is presented here in Babylon camouflage pattern, as used in the Middle-East circa 1947.
Laser Grenadier Squad – Babylon Pattern 55,00 USD – Primed 25,00 USD
The Laser Grenadiers are the latest generation soldiers of Axis armies, so far restricted to the formations of the infamous BlutKreuz Korps. They carry the dreaded Laser Weapons, deadly to Infantry and Vehicle alike. A squad of five Laser Grenadiers includes four soldiers equipped with a Laser Gewehr (Laser Rifle) and one soldier armed with a Laser Werfer (Laser Gun). As these guns are rare and quite difficult to maintain, they are now reserved to the Korps but might some day be found in the hands of all Axis soldiers.
„Nina“ KV-47D – Babylon oder Kondor Pattern – 95,00 USD
The “Nina” variant of the KV-47 is one of the most popular in the grand Sino-Soviet Union terrestrial forces. Its huge RPG (Ruchnoi Protivotankoviy Granatomyot, Rocket-Propelled Grenades) is devastating to any ground target and ignores even the heaviest armors. Luckily for the enemies of the SSU, these weapons only have a quite short range…
Purifier – Kondor Pattern – 115,00 USD
The servants of the Mythos forces don’t have access to the latest military technology and vehicles available to the other Blocs. They do their best to steal some, but are often stuck with equipment from the last War. Nevertheless these can be quite deadly and still do the job beautifully. With its Flamethrower and Machinegun, the Purifier can take on any ground target on the battlefield. It is presented here in Kondor camouflage pattern, as used in the Middle-East circa 1947.
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