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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: 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.
(RRP is £6.99)
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 Priest RHA Expansion
The Priest expansion contains: 1x Unassembled Priest (RHA) tank, 1x Priest (RHA) tank card, 1x Hero card, 2x Crew cards, , 2x Upgrade cards.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Sherman II Expansion
The Sherman II expansion contains: 1x Unassembled Sherman II tank, 1x Sherman II tank card, 1x Hero card, 2x Crew cards, 2x Upgrade cards.
Tanks Skirmish Game: British Valentine Expansion
The Valentine expansion contains: 1x Unassembled Valentine tank, 1x Valentine tank card, 1x Valentine (Early) tank card, 1x Valentine (Late) tank card, 1x Hero Cards, 2x Crew cards, 2x Upgrade cards.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Italian M14/41 Expansion
The 14-tonne M14/41 tank of 1941 was an upgrade of the older M13/40, featuring a more powerful engine fitted with sand filters. Despite its armour and armament remaining somewhat inadequate, the crew manning these tanks did their duty and fought bravely against any odds.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Italian Semovente Expansion
Although initially intended as a close-support artillery piece, the fact that the Semovente carried a bigger gun than the tanks it supported led to its use as a tank-destroyer, and then as a tank in its own right. By the time of the Tunisian fighting, the Semovente made up approximately half of 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.
(RRP is £6.99)
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 M3L Stuart Expansion
In Soviet service, the M3 light tank was designated as the M3L (L= legkhiy: light) to distinguish it from the M3 medium tank which was called the M3S (S= sredniy: medium). It was first put into action in the spring of 1942 in the fighting in the Kharkov area. During the course of the war the Soviet
(RRP is £7.99)
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet T-34 Early Expansion
The T-34 was the most-produced tank of World War II. When the German Wehrmacht first encountered it in battle in 1941, German tank generals von Kleist and Guderian called it “the deadliest tank in the world.” The fast-moving T-34 tank was the mainstay of the Red Army’s tank force throughout the war.
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet Lend-Lease Churchill Expansion
The first 25 Churchill tanks were delivered to the Soviet Union in May 1942. With its heavy armour and powerful 6pdr gun the Churchill made an excellent addition to the Guards breakthrough regiments. The Churchill's roof-mounted periscope so impressed Soviet tank designers that it influenced later
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet Lend-Lease M3S Lee Expansion
The first batch of M3S Lee tanks were sent over to Russia in October 1941. At first the M3-Lee tank confused Soviet tank designers with a hull mounted 75mm and a 37mm gun in its turret; the design was simply odd. The tank quickly proved itself to be a worthy fighting machine through its durability
Tanks Skirmish Game: Soviet Lend-Lease Valentine Expansion
Because the Valentine was so well-liked by the Soviets, the British government decided to direct nearly all of Canadian Valentine production to the Soviet Union. Over the war a total of 3,782 Valentines of various marks were sent to the Soviet Union.
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Obsession Board Game: Useful Box
Marvel Champions LCG: The Mad Titan's Shadow Campaign Expansion
Arkham Horror LCG: Edge Of The Earth Investigators Expansion
Marvel Champions LCG: Nebula Hero Pack
The Taverns Of Tiefenthal Board Game: Open Doors Expansion
The Crew Card Game: Mission Deep Sea
Arkham Horror LCG: Devil Reef Mythos Pack
Arkham Horror LCG: A Light In The Fog Mythos Pack
Arkham Horror LCG: In Too Deep Mythos Pack
Arkham Horror LCG: The Lair Of Dagon Mythos Pack
Arkham Horror LCG: Into The Maelstrom Mythos Pack
EXIT Card Game: Advent Calendar
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