von BK-Christian | 14.10.2023 | eingestellt unter: Dropzone Commander

Dropzone Commander: Neuheiten

Es gibt zwei neue Einheiten für Dropzone Commander.

TTC PHR Atlas Walker 1 TTC PHR Atlas Walker 2 TTC PHR Atlas Walker 3 TTC PHR Atlas Walker 4

PHR Atlas/Lokheira Walker – £12.00

THIS ITEM IS ON PRE-ORDER TO BE RELEASED ON OCT 20TH. IF YOUR BASKET CONTAINS ANY ITEMS ON PRE-ORDER, YOUR ENTIRE ORDER WILL NOT SHIP UNTIL THAT DATE.

While not fast, the Atlas can take twice as much punishment as a heavy walker, making it best employed in take and hold style operations, or as close protection for its cargo while they conduct urban operations. Indeed one Atlas provides superior firepower and survivability compared to the pair of Junos normally employed in such roles, albeit at a higher cost.

The Atlas Bulk Personnel Walker uses the new, quadrupedal Type-11 chassis. The Type-11 is medium-heavy, highly resilient and deliverable by medium dropships. This makes it useful in a variety of roles which require more space than standard PHR walkers. The Atlas is best thought of as a walking castle. Its cavernous hold can accommodate 20 infantry in extreme safety while offering respectable firepower. Its pair of light railguns can see off most armoured threats while its twin miniguns can sweep deployment zones of enemy infantry.

Also utilising the new medium-heavy Type-11 chassis, the Lokheira forgoes the Atlas’ transport capacity for increased firepower. It retains the former’s light railguns and miniguns for excellent anti-armour and anti-infantry capability, but also mounts a twin rail-repeater. Single rail-repeaters are carried by the dreaded Phobos walker – one of the best standard anti-air units known to the UCM. A pair of these added to its other weapons makes the Lokheira weapon-rich choice of cargo for PHR generals who want the most punch from a single dropship’s transport capacity. While less flexible than smaller vehicles, a Lokheira offers superior killing power which can be maintained in full while soaking up damage.

Contains 2 multi-part resin miniatures with parts to make either the Atlas Bulk Personnel Walker or the Lokheira Bulk Walker.

Resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled. This kit will require cleaning and assembly, and could need some small holes filled. Any miniatures or scenery are shown for scale only and not included.

TTC Resistance Gunbuses 1 TTC Resistance Gunbuses 2 TTC Resistance Gunbuses 3 TTC Resistance Gunbuses 4

Resistance Gunbuses – £12.00

THIS ITEM IS ON PRE-ORDER TO BE RELEASED ON OCT 20TH. IF YOUR BASKET CONTAINS ANY ITEMS ON PRE-ORDER, YOUR ENTIRE ORDER WILL NOT SHIP UNTIL THAT DATE.

Like other improvised Resistance technicals, the Gunbus repurposes a common, civilian unit. Buses are usually employed as transports, requiring basic modification, but sometimes they are stripped to their chassis, providing space enough to mount heavy weapons.

Too large to mount on a wagon, the pre-war AA emplacement: the G88 flak cannon fires big, air-bursting shells to deal reliable destruction to enemy aircraft. Even before the Scourge invasion, crews were quick to realise that the weapon’s large calibre and decent rate of fire made it lethal against medium armour too. Today, Resistance groups have made the G88 a low-cost, reliable, mobile threat through the simple expedient of bolting it onto a bus chassis.

More rarely, groups have discovered and repurposed a formidable piece of pre-war crowd control tech: the Sonic Deterrence Cannon. Originally, these were towed into position, usually around government buildings and unpopular corporation HQs. The weapon’s beams could be swept over a crowd of thousands, inducing headaches, nosebleeds, defecation, and vomiting. While this area effect has fringe uses militarily, most Resistance techs have modified these to project a focused beam of intense sound potent enough to cause total loss of capability, brain haemorrhage, and finally death, even through walls.

Contains 2 Gunbuses that can be assembled with either the G88 Flak Cannon or the Sonic Deterrence Cannon

Resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled. This kit will require cleaning and assembly, and could need some small holes filled. Any miniatures or scenery are shown for scale only and not included.

Quelle TTCombat

BK-Christian

Chefredakteur und Betreiber von Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2002 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop Warhammer Fantasy (Dunkelelfen). Aktuelle Projekte: Primaris Space Marines, Summoners (alle Fraktionen), Deathmatch, Deadzone/Warpath (Asterianer und Enforcer), diverse Raumschiffe und allerlei Mechs.

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Kommentare

  • Schön, dass DZC den Release Cycle wieder anzieht. Die Regeln sind auch recht gut für die neuen Einheiten, nicht OP aber stark genug, um einen Kauf zu rechtfertigen. Geht nach einigen fragwürdigen Modellen (Ästhetik und Regeln) also wieder in die richtige Richtung!
    Was es jetzt braucht ist eine Initiative, um das Spiel wieder für Neueinsteiger interessant zu machen. Wo sind die Schnellspielregeln (siehe OPR). Neue Fraktion? Szenario Buch? Das TTCombat den Blog eingestellt hat, hat nicht geholfen, die kleine Community muss gefördert werden. Leider eine Schwäche von TTC.

    • Ist das Spiel nicht schon sehr Neueinsteigerfreundlich?
      Hab es leider nie gespielt, aber ich bin beim leichten Einlesen immer über die Armeezusammenstellung gestolpert und da wird man ja jetzt mit diesen Boxen ein bischen gelenkt, oder?

      Ich freu mich auch immer, wenn man DZC zu sehen bekommt. Gerade Warte ich auf Epic, aber wenn man sieht wie sich da die Armeen auf halboffenem Feld gegenüberstehen denke ich, das DZC das irgendwie spannender macht.

  • Ich würde mir für DZC wieder ein richtiges Regelbuch wünschen. Die derzeit verfügbaren Gratisregeln sind sehr gut um es interessierten Leute zu ermöglichen einfach mal reinzuschnuppern. Dennoch fehlt mir bei DZC derzeit einfach mehr zum Hintergrund. Und ich denke die derzeit vorhandenen Fraktionen würden hier einiges hergeben.

    Tatsächlich finde ich hier die GW-Regelwerke mit ihrem ausführlichen Lore-Abschnitten echt super.

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