von BK-Thorsten | 21.01.2020 | eingestellt unter: Dropfleet Commander

Dropfleet Commander: Neue Resistance Schiffe

TTCombat verstärken die Resistance von Dropfleet Commander mit neuen Schiffen.

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Resistance Phalanx Battlecruiser – 25,49 Euro

Sharing many superstructure elements with the smaller Centurion Grand Cruiser, the Phalanx was one of the largest standardised classes produced by Trident Industrial, though today it’s only built in Kalium’s yards. Pre-war Battlecruisers differ from modern types in that they are slower and offer less firepower in manoeuvre, but far superior toughness. Indeed, it’s best to think of them as pocket-battleships rather than specialist, aggressive ships.

The Phalanx is armed with long broadsides of transition mass drivers and four Titanmetall 9K mass drivers in two traversable turrets. In combination, the class can unleash withering fire against multiple targets, given the right positioning.

The Tribune’s firepower comes from two conventional artillery cannon turrets and an increased close action capability, as well as a single mass driver turret. However – unusually for a full combat ship of this size – it features capacity for bulk landers and a flight deck, making it a fleet carrier as well. In combination, the Tribune is a jack of all trades, able to adapt to fluid combat situations better than most ships.

This set contains 1 Resistance Battlecruiser, able to be built as either a Phalanx or Tribune. With armour heavy enough to make a Battleship blush and loads of Hull Points, these Battlecruisers will stick around to the end of the battle.

The Phalanx has the role of a traditional Battlecruiser, with loads of firepower from its Mass Drivers and Hybrid Gun Batteries. Anything you point this at will definitely feel the pain. The Tribune however has a much more varied loadout, able to be used in offensive or defensive roles with Bulk Landers & Fire Ships, Fighters & Bombers, Missile Banks, Low Power Artillery Cannon Turrets and even a Mass Driver Turret. It can do it all!

Contains 1 resin miniature with parts to assemble two variants, and a plastic Dropfleet Commander base and flight stand.

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Resistance Trident Battleship – 36,99 Euro

Grand battleships are smaller precursors to modern dreadnoughts. Pre-war, they were the largest fighting vessels in mankind’s arsenal. Exorbitantly costly and ultimately white elephants, they were held back from frontline engagements too often to capitalise on their prodigious firepower and incredible durability. However, this has allowed several to survive to the present day.

The oldest design was the Trident, produced exclusively in its namesake’s yards by Trident Industrial. It mounts broadsides of the largest chemically fired guns ever built. Though primitive, they have negligible power consumption, making these ships surprisingly flexible in combat. The oldest of these ships had eight more of these mounted on turrets, but were generally refitted with newer Titanmetall 9K twin mass divers long before the Scourge invasion. Topping off this impressive armament is a single torpedo tube with an internal magazine sufficient for four of these ship-killing munitions.

The Olympus class grand battleships share several characteristics with the more common Trident class. They feature four enormous twin mass driver turrets, a large torpedo launch capacity and almost legendary toughness. Initially, the Olympus class was developed alongside the Trident. However, it was a low production experimental test bed for a new weapons system: the vent cannon. This was the first vessel to feature these unstable yet devastating energy weapons, and it paid the price in several catastrophic accidents. Kalium focused considerable effort into vent cannon technology, given its potency and their disregard for the lives of individuals.

This set contains 1 Resistance Battleship, able to be built as either a Trident or Olympus. With loads of extra parts and a modular design, this massive ship can be built in over 4000 different combinations!

The main hull can be built either front-heavy or rear-heavy, and you have a choice of two different engine blocks and two different prows. With all of this variation you can build a chunky front with a hammerhead in the classic pre-war style (known as the Trident or Olympus), or a rear-heavy catamaran style double turret reminiscent of later designs adopted by Kalium (frequently referred to as an Elysium or Eden build).

In addition to the two different sets of broadsides, the kit comes with three different keel and cockpit sections, which can be placed in three places around the ship. All are multi-purpose, which means no two Battleships need be the same.

The Trident design of ship mounts colossal batteries of Artillery Cannons. These Low Power weapons can be fired in addition to any others, so even on Standard Order you can fire two Mass Driver Turrets and the full broadsides.

The Olympus class meanwhile trades reliability for all-out damage with two batteries of Mega Vent Cannons. Lots of Attack, Damage, and the ability to Overcharge makes these very formidable weapons, although watch out for how Unstable they are!

Contains 1 multi-part resin miniature able to be assembled in two variants (with loads of different combinations), and a plastic Dropfleet Commander base and flight stand.

Dropfleet Commander wird in Deutschland über den Verlag Martin Ellermeier vertrieben.

Quelle: TTCombat


Brückenkopf-Online Redakteur und Tabletop Insider stv. Chefredakteur. Spielt Infinity, SAGA, Freebooter's Fate, Kings of War, Warhammer 40k, Warzone Resurrection, Dropzone Commander, Deadzone, Dreadball, X-Wing, Konflikt '47, Bolt Action, Dead Man's Hand, Dracula's America, Beyond the Gates of Antares, Dropfleet Commander, Frostgrave, Collision, Bushido, Shadespire, Aristeia! und Warpath.

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    • Oh ja. Erinnert irgendwie leicht an die StarCraft Schlachtkreuzer.

      Allein so als Spielfeldmarker.

      Aber man kann nicht alles haben.

  • Ziemlich krass zu sehen, dass die beiden Varianten des „Resistance Trident Battleships“ auf den – fast – gleichen Teilen beruhen… ohne diese Explosionspläne würde ich es fast nicht glauben… geniale Idee…

    WObei mir die Schwarz-glänzende Variante besser gefällt, die farbige aber realistischer zu einen seit Jahrzenten herumgondelnden Schiff passt, wo man sich bei allen möglichen Ersatzteilen bedienen muss…

    • Ich hab einfach das erste Bild des Artikels angeklickt und dann alle durchgeschaltet und die beiden für zwei verschiedene Modelle gehalten.
      Erst als die zig mal zwischen den Bildern gewechselt haben, hab ich gemerkt, dass das die gleichen Bauteile sind.
      Was Bauform und Bemalung für einen Unterschied machen können, Hammer!

  • Das Battleship ist echt der Hammer. Ich habe nur bei der Gussqualität und Passgenauigkeit von TT Combat so meine Bedenken, was den Spaß beim Zusammenbau angehen wird. Aber holen werde ich es mir bestimmt 🙂

  • Das Battleship ist echt der Hammer. Ich habe nur bei der Gussqualität und Passgenauigkeit von TT Combat so meine Bedenken, was den Spaß beim Zusammenbau angehen wird. Aber holen werde ich es mir bestimmt 🙂

  • Sehr sehr schön das Drop Commander wieder richtig Fahrt aufnimmt.

    Hatte schon gedacht das Spiel nimmt einen ähnlichen schleichenden Tod an wie viele andere Systeme.

    Und die Resistence Schiffe sind alle ein ziemlicher Hammer. Viel besser als die UCM

    • Kann mich dem nur anschließen.
      Ich kann es nur jedem empfehlen.

      Übrigens die Resistenz wird wohl meine 4. Flotte werden müssen.

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