Mythic Americas: Jaguar Warriors with spears
Jaguar Warriors are the elite Aztec fighters that dress in distinctive jaguar colours, hoping the animal's strength and ferocity will flow through them in battle. To honour the gods, they aim to capture their enemies for later sacrifice, considering killing...
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Mythic Americas: Eagle Warriors with bows
Moving with lightning speed like the birds of prey whose name they bear, the Eagle Warriors launch a withering volley of deadly shots at the enemy before racing away. Their ability to rapidly move and reposition to strike before swooping...
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Victory at Sea: USS Hornet
USS Hornet was a Yorktown class-carrier serving in the Pacific Theatre during World War Two. She launched the Doolittle Raid (the first air operation to strike the Japanese Archipelago) on 18 April 1942. She later participated in the crucial Battle...
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Victory at Sea: USS Iowa
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Victory at Sea: USS Iowa
One of the largest battleships ever built. Based superficially on the South Dakota-class, the USS Iowa had heavier armour and was 200 ft. longer. It was also incredibly fast, due to increased output from the engines, and its greater size...
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Victory at Sea: USS Alaska
The Alaska-class fell midway between a heavy cruiser and a battleship, and the United States Navy considered these vessels large cruisers rather than battlecruisers. They were designed as cruiser-killers, tasked with destroying post-Washington Treaty heavy cruisers. As a result, they...
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Victory at Sea - Marine Nationale Fleet
At the outbreak of the Second World War, the Marine Nationale of France was a powerful force with modern battleships, which should have been a major asset to the Allied cause. The rapid fall of France in the land war...
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Victory at Sea - Surcouf cruiser submarine
When launched, the Surcouf was the largest submarine in the world, only surpassed in the Second World War by the Japanese I-400-class submarine. Her intended role was that of commerce raider and her design was intended to maximise this mission....
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Victory at Sea Loire-Nieuport LN401/LN411 flights
With its distinctive gull-wing, the LN.401 was often confused by allied pilots for the Ju-87 Stuka, leading to many French pilots becoming the victim of friendly fire – in fact, it was sometimes dubbed the ‘French Stuka’. Designed for hunting...
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Victory at Sea: Dewoitine D.520 flights
With the distinction of having fought on both sides of the war, this aircraft could conceivably fight among the likes of the Bf 109 and Spitfire but mass production did not start until after the war had begun, thus limiting...
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
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Victory at Sea - Bearn
In 1923 it was decided to convert an incomplete Normandie-class battleship to a carrier. Despite a refit in 1935, she was far too slow for fleet operations in World War Two and was demilitarised in 1942. In 1943 she joined...
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Victory at Sea: Richelieu
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Victory at Sea: Richelieu
There were to have been four ships of the Richlieu-class, with the first two laid down in 1935 and the second pair following in 1935. Gascogne was cancelled and Clemenceau never completed. The last ship followed a modified design which...
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Victory at Sea - Chacal-class destroyers
Also known as the Jaguar-class, Chacal (Jackal)-class destroyers were designed to fulfil a scouting role for fleet battle lines and to attack enemy shipping in the Mediterranean. As a result, they possessed poor endurance, mounted no anti-submarine weapons, and had...
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Victory at Sea - Jeanne d'Arc
Built as a training cruiser for the French Marine Nationale the Jeanne d'Arc was both floating school and combat capable warship. During WWII she formed part of a flotilla taking French gold to Canada before joining Free French forces in...
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Victory at Sea - Suffren
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Victory at Sea - Suffren
The four vessels of the Suffren-class were based on the Duquesene-class, though each was built to slightly different standards as lessons were learned from the preceding ship. Their hull form was sleek and graceful, taking a classic cruiser form. While...
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Victory at Sea - Foch
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Victory at Sea - Foch
The four vessels of the Suffren-class were based on the Duquesene-class, though each was built to slightly different standards as lessons were learned from the preceding ship. Their hull form was sleek and graceful, taking a classic cruiser form. While...
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Epic Battles: American Civil War Wagon
This wagon can be used to represent either a US Army supply wagon or a Rebel one. Often wagons would be employed to support artillery batteries. These models add extra flavour to a battlefield, whether in support of your artillery...
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Epic Battles: American Civil War Limber
Each gun in an artillery battery was drawn by a limber pulled by four or six horses and the battery’s ammunition was carried in the limber as well as in caissons. Some batteries were also designated as light, or horse,...
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Epic Battles: American Civil War Command strips
The Confederate and Union Infantry Brigade plastic sprues are designed to allow for regiments comprising 5 stands. These ACW Command strips allow players, should they wish, to field smaller units. These strips will replace one front rank strip from the...
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Epic Battles: American Civil War Union Command
Ulysses S. Grant: Ulysses Simpson Grant, or more accurately Hiram Ulysses Grant (he was registered incorrectly at West Point) was a total failure. He failed in several business ventures; when president his administration was rocked by scandals; he lost most...
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Epic Battles: American Civil War Confederate Command
Robert E. Lee: The son of ‘Light Horse Harry’ Lee, an officer who served in a previous rebellion, Robert Edward Lee graduated top in his class at West Point at the start of his military career. He was an accomplished...
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British M7 Priest SPG (NW Europe/Italy)
In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis, was chosen to test mount the US Army’s new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and an...
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British M7 Priest SPG (Burma/Italy)
In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis, was chosen to test mount the US Army’s new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and an...
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British M7 Priest SPG (Western Desert)
In 1941 a converted prototype, the T32, based on the early M3 Lee chassis, was chosen to test mount the US Army’s new M2 105mm Howitzer. The T32 was modified with an open-topped superstructure, mounting a 105mm howitzer and an...
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Mythic Americas: Eagle Warrior Slingers
10 28mm Metal Mythic Americas miniatures. Eagle Warriors are the elite ranged units for the Aztecs, able to choose between bows or slings. With the fast rule, these troops can move around the field quicker than most enemy warrior units...
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Mythic Americas: Mohawk Warriors With Clubs
10 28mm Metal Mythic Americas miniatures. Mohawk Warriors \'mō-hȯk\ – Mohawk Warriors are the core melee unit in the Tribal Nations warband. They have a better than average agility and the Woodsmen ability. These warriors can move through terrain with...
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Churchill AVRE with Small Girder Bridge
After the Dieppe raid it was obvious that new equipment was needed to breach beach defences and other fortifications. The Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers (AVRE) was designed to fill that need. Essentially the AVRE was a Mk III or IV...
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Churchill AVRE with Bobbin
After the Dieppe raid it was obvious that new equipment was needed to breach beach defences and other fortifications. The Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers (AVRE) was designed to fill that need. Essentially the AVRE was a Mk III or IV...
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Churchill AVRE with Fascine
After the Dieppe raid it was obvious that new equipment was needed to breach beach defences and other fortifications. The Armoured Vehicle Royal Engineers (AVRE) was designed to fill that need. Essentially the AVRE was a Mk III or IV...
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