As is pretty common with Warlord Games, they didn't just come out with a single new unit or vehicle or something. They've got quite a large drop of new equipment and a whole troop ship of units making their way to the battlefield. There's a whole slew of new vehicles for Bolt Action and new Ottomans for Pike & Shotte to check out.
Bringing an overwhelming amount of firepower, this new SAS Jeep delivers a compact but powerful punch!
As with the LRDG vehicles, these are primarily mobile combat weapons rather than transportation. These jeeps were also often used by the SAS for raids and skirmishes.
This large armoured car was designed and built in the late 1920s and so was due for retirement when the war broke out. By this time most of them had been deployed to the Far East, though a handful remained in Africa.
A radio-equipped armoured car based on a Guy Lizard 4 x 4 chassis, these operated as command vehicles in armoured divisions in 1940. A Lizard was also used as a command vehicle by the 7th Armoured in North Africa in 1941.
Deadly and powerful, the Arquebus was favoured by a variety of military generals for their advantages they had over bows. This included a further effective range, is more powerful and has a lower requirement of training to use the weapon compared to a bow.
Heavy cavalry leaders had to be strong warriors and great combatants as heavy cavalry can be often seen as the elite or shock troop of the main force. With their main goals usually being to break through the front lines and crumble the enemies morale!
The typical command for light cavalry units have to remain aware and be ready to make quick and snap decisions as speed is almost essential to their art of war.
With little protection, light cavalry is better suited for skirmishing and avoiding head-on fights. This also makes them ideal to take out ranged and exposed units with their speed.