There's just a bit of everything going on from Warlord Games today. There's new pre-orders for Strontium Dog. There's new Blood Red Skies squadrons for you to pick up. Keeping with the WWII theme, there's some Cruel Seas. More WWII, but Weird War II, there's new German heads for Konflikt '47. And there's even new Hail Caesar sets. Seriously, like I said, it's a bit of everything.
Riding a wave of anti-mutant sentiment, rich civic leader Nelson Bunker Krellman was elected to New British Parliament largely due to his anti-mutie rhetoric. On his election, he began enacting anti-mutant laws that forbade mutants from owning property, having jobs, or even congregating on the streets.
Due to Government minister Nelson Bunker Kreelman’s anti-mutant laws, mutants are not allowed to hold down a job or even buy food for themselves. Confined to segregated ghettos and slums they live a miserable existence.
Small wonder many of them flock to the New Mutant Army and hit back at their norm tormentors with guerilla raids before finally launching an all-out assault on the Palace of Upminster, the seat of the norm government.
With a badge on their chest, a gun by their side and conviction in their hearts. These men stand in the way of villainy on a daily basis and put their lives at stake to keep the peace.
Featuring FREE decals for StG 2, a Luftwaffe Dive bomber-wing flying one of the more famous aircraft of the war. StG2 flew operations in the Polish Campaign, the Battle of France, and the Battle of Britain. In 1941 it saw service in the Balkans Campaign and on the Eastern Front.
This set gives you all you need to field the specialised Ju 87D Stuka in your games of Blood Red Skies!
Featuring the German ACE Eduard Tratt and FREE decals for Zerstörergeschwader 26 (ZG 26) “Horst Wessel”, a Luftwaffe heavy/destroyer Fighter Aircraft-wing, the Luftwaffe receive the latest twin-engined Me 410…
JG 54 was a Luftwaffe fighter wing that flew most of its missions (after Poland and the Battle of Britain) on the Eastern Front where it claimed more than 9,600 aircraft shot down! Having boasted notable aces such as Walter Nowotny, Otto Kittel, Hans-Ekkehard Bob, Max-Hellmuth Ostermann, Hugo Broch and Hannes Trautloft, III. JG 54 was transferred back to the Western Front to take on the RAF and USAAF.
Under the command of Oberst Josef Priller, Geschwaderkommodore of JG 26 was the first Luftwaffe unit to be supplied with the new FW 190 D-9 “Dora”. The D-9s were used in base defence missions for the Me 262 jets of Kommando Nowotny, and later over North-West Europe.
As airpower grew in strength as the war progressed, the world’s navies used any and all devices to keep strike aircraft away from their shipping, whether large or small, naval or merchantmen. The humble barrage balloon, a gas-filled bag secured by a stout steel cable and floating perhaps a few hundred feet above the craft, was common to most navies and helped deter either low flying torpedo attacks or as often, dive bombers. Simply put, they spooked attacking pilots who feared to lose a wing in a collision with the steel cable hovering over the target ship.
Photos of the Allied fleet at D-Day show hundreds of these bloated gasbags suspended over the fleet as protection against the Luftwaffe. As the Luftwaffe was incapable of serious day attacks, they were taken down as they, in fact, made a great aiming point for German artillery ranging! They were cheap and relatively effective; discouraging pilots from pressing home an attack.
Rift-tech was rapidly used in the development of heavy armour for the Wehrmacht to ensure casualties in intense operations were kept to a minimum. One of the first nations to introduce heavy personal armour it is effective and provided a much needed boost to the German war effort when first deployed. Other nations have copied the principles, often to better effect, but the heavy infantry remain a potent force on the battlefield.
Duke William of Normandy
More famously known as William the Conquerer, he was the first Norman King of England reigning from 1066 to 1087.
Half-brother of William the Conquerer, he was also second in power, after the King of England for a short period of time.
Turstin Fitz Rolf
Turstin Fitz Rolf was a trusted companion of William the conquerer and was by his side during the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
Run your enemy down or harass and pepper from afar with the new Saxon Medium Cavalry and Saxon Slingers.