von BK-Nils | 29.08.2021 | eingestellt unter: Dystopian Wars

Dystopian Wars: September Neuheiten

Im September stechen neue Verstärkungen für die Nationen des Dystopian Age in See, mit Verstärkungen für die Enlightened und die The Crown von Warcradle Studios.

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Hypatia Battlefleet Set – 40,00 GBP

The first Hypatia Class vessel produced was the prototype named The Prometheus. This ship was stolen by the Commonwealth Agent Helsinki Markov. Despite a desperate hunt, The Prometheus was never recovered. Despite this setback, Hypatia Class Generator ships were already in production by that point and the first production ship of the class, The Hypatia, was fitted out ready for service.

Now several years on from the Markov scandal, the Hypatia class has established itself as one of the most versatile ships available to the Enlightened. Not only does it carry significant firepower but the ultra-efficient engines and superconductors allow it to also operate three specially overcharged generators. This gives the Generator Ship and its fleet a huge amount of options.

The support ships that escort Hypatia Class vessels and other large ships fill some often more specialist roles. The Plinius Support Carrier carries dozens of Scythe Drones and can launch them from hydraulic ramps. This allows the Plinius to partially submerge when the ramps are closed making it very difficult to see and target. Built around the same hull as the Plinius are a number of other Cruisers. The Quintilian bombardment cruiser mounts heavy rockets that it can launch at distant targets before returning below the waves. The Tacitus Assault Cruiser favours two hardpoints for turrets, most often Particle Beamers. The Claudius Merchantman is designed with extra hull space and is the backbone of Enlightened logistics, the ingenious engineers still managing to squeeze in a number of torpedo launchers to protect them from pirates and other hostiles.

While these Cruisers are able to lurk just below the surface the Diogenese and Praxilla Class Submarines are able to operate at significant depths. These large Automata operate under a number of pre-programmed subroutines and are effective at hunting down and destroying enemy vessels.

The Hypatia Battlefleet Set kit builds nine multi-part plastic and resin miniatures;

  • 1x Hypatia Class Generator Ship
  • 2x Plinius Cruisers
    • Each Cruiser can alternatively be built as either Quintilian, Tacitus and Claudius Class
  • 6x Praxilla Submarines
    • Each Submarine can alternatively be built as a Diogenese Class
  • 2x SRS Tokens
  • 2x Physeter Tokens

Please note:

  • Miniatures are supplied unpainted and some assembly will be required.
  • Unit Cards are not included and can be found on the Dystopian Wars website.

Dystopian Wars Crown Frontline Squadrons 1 Dystopian Wars Crown Frontline Squadrons 2

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Crown Frontline Squadrons – 23,00 GBP

The most common vessel and backbone of the Crown fleet is the Albion Cruiser. This dependable ship is armed with heavy gun turrets, broadside and torpedoes. Several modifications have been made to the Albion Hull design over the years such as the intimidating Lancelot Heavy Cruiser, the fast Picton and the lightly armed Bedivere. With so much coast to cover and such a large fleet the creation of the Sabre Class Command Cruiser enabled high ranking Naval officers to command Battlefleets from more numerous, smaller ships. These Command Ships allow the crown greater reach without the need for so many Battleships.

The Crown Frontline Squadrons kit builds six multi-part plastic miniatures;

  • 2x Albion Cruisers
    • Each Cruiser can alternatively be built as either Lancelot, Picton, Bedivere or Sabre Class
  • 4x Caliburn Frigates

Please note:

  • Miniatures are supplied unpainted and some assembly will be required.
  • Unit Cards are not included and can be found on the Dystopian Wars website.

Quelle: Warcradle Studios

BK-Nils

Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktueller Fokus liegt auf Skirmish-Systemen und Warhammer 40.000. mehr auf https://www.instagram.com/nerdydutchman/

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Kommentare

  • Die Schiffsmodelle des Dystopian Wars Reboots sind leider auch bei mir ein ziemliches Hit and Miss.

    Während ich die neuen Designs von Russen, Chinesen und Briten ziemlich mag, sind die Preußen, Antarktiker und USA leider ziemlich gruselig geworden.

    Die Regeln sind allerdings richtig gut und ein gelungenes Update. Eventuell einfach mit den alten Modellen und den neuen Regeln spielen (sofern verfügbar) – bisher passt das von den Armeelisten her noch ziemlich gut…

  • Ich finde die Minis richtig cool. Ich kenne aber auch die alten Modelle nicht und bin erst mit der aktuellen Version auf das Spiele aufmerksam geworden.

    Leider wird das Spiel bei uns im Verein nicht gespielt bzw. besteht scheinbar kein Interesse.

  • Tatsächlich sehen die Modelle gar nicht übel aus wenn man sie in der Hand hält. Hab die alten Modelle nur bei Freunden gesehen aber da gab es auch Designfehler wie das „Empire of the blazing Sun“. Die kleinen Schiffe der Enlighted sind wirklich seltsam. Sehen irgendwie aus wie verunglückte U-Boote. Die größeren Pötte sehen ganz gut aus. Die Preußen sehen etwas langweilig aus aber irgendwie typisch Deutsch… ^^ Modular, praktisch und leicht gewöhnlich.

    Am besten gefallen mit Aktuell die Briten und Chinesen. Ich bin aber mal auf die Franzosen (Liga) gespannt. Die waren früher wirklich sehr cool. Besonders die flugfähigen Schiffe.

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