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Tanks Skirmish Game: World War 2 Panther vs Sherman Starter Set
Through the pouring rain, you can just make out the smoke billowing from your platoon commander's tank. Corporal Schrader, always the cautious one, wants to retreat and regroup but you know this is your time to strike. The enemy thinks they've got you on the run, got you cornered. It's time to show
No. of Players: 2
(RRP is £17.99)
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Tanks Skirmish Game: British Dice Set (6 dice)
6 dice for use with Tanks, this set are used for the British.
(RRP is £3.49)
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Dice Set (6 dice)
6 dice for use with Tanks, this set are used for the Germans.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet Dice Set (6 dice)
6 dice for use with Tanks, this set are used for the Soviets.
Tanks Skirmish Game: US Dice Set (6 dice)
6 dice for use with Tanks, this set are used for the US.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Mechanics Kit Expansion
Before a tank is ready to go to war it must be assembled by a team of skilled mechanics, using only the best tools. Having a mechanic on your crew is even more useful! They know their tanks inside and out and can get them back up and running after almost any hit.
The Mechanics Kit includes
(RRP is £14.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: Tokens Expansion
Contains a set of full colour printed acrylic tokens to keep you gaming in style.
(RRP is £7.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: American Lee Expansion
The M3 Lee sported a 75mm main gun mounted in a limited-traverse side sponson, as well as a smaller 37mm gun in its turret. This odd, ungainly vehicle was far from perfect, but it was nevertheless an effective tank that filled a much-needed role at a crucial time.
(RRP is £6.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: American Priest Expansion
Carrying a 105mm howitzer in an armoured body based on the M3 Lee chassis, the M7 Howitzer Motor Carriage, nicknamed the Priest, was the US Army’s most numerous self-propelled artillery piece, with over 4000 built by the end of the war.
Tanks Skirmish Game: American Sherman (Early) Expansion
The M4 Medium Tank, aka the Sherman, was the most iconic American tank of WWII. It was well protected, mobile and reliable, and remained the main tank in US armored divisions throughout the war, with a total of more than 44,000 produced.
Tanks Skirmish Game: American Stuart Expansion
The M3 Stuart was mechanically reliable, and even though it had lighter armor and a smaller gun then the latest German panzers, its small size and high speed made it well suited to probing the enemy defenses and fighting a free-wheeling and tactical style of moving battle.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Achilles Expansion
The Achilles was a British variant of the American M10 tank destroyer armed with the powerful British Ordnance QF 17 pounder anti-tank gun in place of the standard 3” gun. This upgrade allowed the Achilles to face off against all but the heaviest German Panzers.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Comet Expansion
Based on the Cromwell design, the Comet saw a number of upgrades. A powerful anti-tank gun and extra armour did little to slow the new heavy cruiser down. They reached the front lines late in the war where they helped the Allied forces across the Rhine and into the heart of Germany.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Cromwell Expansion
Fitted with the powerful Meteor engine the Cromwell was classed as a cruiser tank and operated as armoured reconnaissance. As the fastest British tank of the war the Cromwell succeeded in battle by outflanking its sluggish opponents.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Crusader Expansion
This Fast tank packs a 4 Attack punch for only 13 points per tank; this means you can fit seven of the fast tanks into one 100-point list. Though these tanks are quick and hit hard they are a bit of a glass cannon and you want to be careful how you use them. Adding the Altruistic Commander to some
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Grant Expansion
The British army fielded over 2,500 US built Grant tanks during the North African campaign. Larger and more heavily armoured than the other tanks fielded by the British, it mounted a powerful 75mm gun in the hull. The Grant also had a 37mm gun in a small turret that could engage targets that the
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Honey Expansion
Known as the M3 Stuart in the American army, the Honey was first fielded by the British in North Africa. It picked up the unofficial nickname of Honey after a tank driver remarked “She’s a honey”. Like the British Crusader the Honey was liked by crews for its high speed and was used extensively as
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Sherman Firefly Expansion
It was the British who gave the American-Built Sherman tanks its name, when they started fielding them en masse during World War II. Rolling into combat for the first time in Normandy the Sherman Firefly was the first British tank capable of defeating the heavy German tanks.
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Panther And Jagdpanther Expansion
Considered one of the best tanks of World War II for its excellent firepower and protection, the Panther tank was Germany's answer to the Soviet T-34. Built on the same chassis, the Jagdpanther traded the Panther's turret for extra armor and a much bigger gun.
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Panzer III 5cm Expansion
The Panzer III is one of the iconic tanks of World War Two. Serving in the German army throughout the war the tank would be upgraded over time with larger guns and heavier armour. During the desert campaign in North Africa it was upgraded with a long 5cm cannon that was capable of knocking out any
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Panzer IV Expansion
The Panzer IV was the only German tank to remain in production throughout the war. Continuous upgrades to its armor and weapons allowed it to counter new threats as they appeared on any German front.
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Panzer IV (Desert) Expansion
The Panzer IV was the most widely manufactured German tank of World War Two. During the North African campaign it was armed with either a short 7.5cm gun that was capable of lobbing a shell over friendly troops, or the long 7.5cm gun that could easily penetrate the armour of heaviest Allied tank.
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Puma Expansion
The Puma matched a fast and nimble armoured car design with a reliable 50mm cannon that was capable of knocking out enemy Sherman and T-34 tanks. Of course this sometimes tempted the crews to pick fights that they otherwise should have avoided. As the war progressed the Pak Wagen version mounted
Tanks Skirmish Game: German STUG G Expansion
The original StuG was designed as an infantry support weapon, but in response to skirmishes with Soviet armor it was upgraded with an anti-tank gun and the StuG G was born. With their low, turretless silhouette they proved most effective in defensive roles and were especially deadly when carrying
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Tiger I Expansion
The German heavy Tigers were the tank the Allies most feared when they landed in Europe. With exceptional armour and mounting the impressive 8.8cm gun they were almost unstoppable, having taken a toll on Allied armour on the Eastern Front and North Africa where T-34 and Sherman tanks were incapable
Tanks Skirmish Game: German Tiger (Desert) Expansion
The Tiger was an interesting tank to design, as there is little to no difference in stats between the two Tigers but there were some striking differences in the models themselves. Nevertheless, we decided we wanted a desert Tiger and so we continued researching looking for any differences. In the
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet IS-2 Expansion
Named after the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, the IS series of heavy tanks was designed to help the red army break through enemy positions. Its gun fired heavy high-explosive shells that could destroy enemy tanks, entrenchments, and bunkers alike.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet ISU-152 Expansion
The heavy ISU self-propelled guns weighed almost 50 metric tons and combined three battle roles: assault gun, tank destroyer, and artillery. The ISU- 152 could deliver devastating explosive shells at range while the ISU-122 boasted better armour piercing capabilities.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet Lend Lease M10 Expansion
The Lend-Lease program saw thousands of tanks supplied to the Soviet Union during the war. Amongst these were a small number of M10 tank destroyers that somehow found their way to the Eastern Front. Whilst not as heavily armed or armoured as some Soviet designs, the turret meant it was one of the
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet SU-100 Expansion
The SU-85 and SU-100 were built on the excellent T-34 chassis, replacing the turret with a hull mounted gun. These assault guns were nicknamed ‘Cat-killers’ for their ability to knock out heavy German tanks like the Panther and Tiger.
(RRP is £6.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet T-34 Expansion
From it’s first encounters in 1941 the T-34 would become one of the most influential tank designs of the Second World War. The T-34 was continously refined over the years to increase effectiveness and decrease costs, allowing vast numbers to be fielded at once. Eventually, the T-34/85 variant was
(RRP is £6.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: US Jackson (M10-M36) Expansion
The M10 GMC (Gun Motor Carriage) blends the manoeuvrability of a tank with the firepower of a heavy 3” (76mm) gun. The open top gave the crews the advantage of much greater awareness of what was happening around them. As the war progressed the turret and gun were upgraded resulting in the M36 ‘Jackson’.
Tanks Skirmish Game: US Pershing And Super Pershing Expansion
Built with firepower, mobility, and protection in mind, the Pershing was the U.S. army's first operational heavy tank. The Super Pershing boasted an even bigger gun and additional armor plates that let it go toe-to-toe with the German Tiger heavy tanks.
Tanks Skirmish Game: US Sherman 75mm And Sherman 76mm Expansion
The M4 Sherman is the iconic American tank of World War II. Serving from the deserts of North Africa to the forests of Germany, they were present in every theater of the war. Their reliable and cheap construction gave them a numerical advantage in combat and they were distributed to other nations'
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