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Dystopian Wars August 2011 releases

Spartan Games have posted details and pictures of their August 2011 releases for Dystopian Wars.



From their announcement:
DWCA01 Covenant of Antarctica Naval Battle Group
The enigmatic Covenant of Antarctica (CoA) is the world's youngest and most unorthodox nation. Officially established in 1857 by its founder, the eccentric Britannian scientist-aristocrat Lord Barnabas Draynes Sturgeon, the Covenant has caused seismic shifts in global politics and scientific advancement in the few short years of its existence. The Covenent's military forces are small, but thanks to their extraordinary grasp of technology, they command offensive power out of all proportion to their numbers. The divisions of their military, known as War Fleets, contain land, naval and air elements which work in concert like a well-oiled machine. There are currently thought to be some fifteen War Fleets in operational state, although several more are thought to be maintained as reserves. Antarctican war machines are not radically different in function to any other nations'. Their differences lie in their quality. With superior materials technology and artificial crewmen, they are simply capable of operating at a much greater degree of efficiency than the equivalent machineries of other nations.


The CoA brings a new dimension to Dystopian Wars. Still steeped in the world of steampunk, this small but perfectly formed fighting nation brings state of the art technologies to the conflict. As a new nation to enter the world war with or as an additional fleet to add to your collection, the CoA is huge fun for all players of Dystopian Wars.

DWCA05 Covenant of Antarctica Pericles class Drone Fleet Carrier & Tokens (1)
This massive machine is one of the more advanced vessels in the CoA's fleets. The relatively small number of troops of the CoA, coupled with the discovery of technology that allows aircraft to be remotely piloted, makes the Pericles Class Drone Carrier an essential asset for commanders to deploy. The Carrier deploys 6 ëdrones' and operates by watching its drone fly around the gaming table, eventually running out of fuel and ditching. A massive crane in the centre section of the Carrier collects the drones and remounts them on to the six launch racks on the sides of the vessel.

DWCA21 Covenant of Antarctica Armoured Battle Group
The enigmatic Covenant of Antarctica (CoA) is the world's youngest and most unorthodox nation. Officially established in 1857 by its founder, the eccentric Britannian scientist-aristocrat Lord Barnabas Draynes Sturgeon, the Covenant has caused seismic shifts in global politics and scientific advancement in the few short years of its existence. The Covenent's military forces are small, but thanks to their extraordinary grasp of technology, they command offensive power out of all proportion to their numbers. The divisions of their military, known as War Fleets, contain land, naval and air elements which work in concert like a well-oiled machine. There are currently thought to be some fifteen War Fleets in operational state, although several more are thought to be maintained as reserves. Antarctican war machines are not radically different in function to any other nations'. Their differences lie in their quality. With superior materials technology and artificial crewmen, they are simply capable of operating at a much greater degree of efficiency than the equivalent machineries of other nations.

The CoA brings a new dimension to Dystopian Wars. Still steeped in the world of steampunk, this small but perfectly formed fighting nation brings state of the art technologies to the conflict. As a new nation to enter the world war with or as an additional fleet to add to your collection, the CoA is huge fun for all players of Dystopian Wars.

DWPE12 Prussian Empire Metzger class Robot (1)
One of the largest models in the Dystopian Wars game, Metzger is a killing machine that can prowl the battlefield looking for targets to destroy. The main body of the model is made from high quality resin and its arms are made of pewter. The joints are circular, giving plenty of movement to the model ñ just choose the arm location you want and glue. Metzger comes in two options: walking on land (2mm acrylic base provided) or wading through the water ready to engage any enemy shipping. The land version is sold as a single model, whereas the wading (water-lined) version comes as two resin-only models.

DWPE13 Prussian Empire Metzger class Robot Base (2)
One of the largest models in the Dystopian Wars game, Metzger is a killing machine that can prowl the battlefield looking for targets to destroy. The main body of the model is made from high quality resin and its arms are made of pewter. The joints are circular, giving plenty of movement to the model ñ just choose the arm location you want and glue. Metzger comes in two options: walking on land (2mm acrylic base provided) or wading through the water ready to engage any enemy shipping. The land version is sold as a single model, whereas the wading (water-lined) version comes as two resin-only models.

DWKB12 Kingdom of Britannia Vanguard class Submarine (2)
Britannia truly rules the waves with this hull-wrecking beast of a machine of war. The all-resin model comes in a blister that contains two of the naval brutes. There are four high quality resin parts: two representing Vanguard above the waves in all of its glory and two submerged, its razor sharp teeth ready to rip the keel out of any ship that is foolish enough not to get out of its way.

DWBS12 Empire of the Blazing Sun Ika class Mechanical Squid (2)
The Empire of the Blazing Sun has gone for a death from below option with this mechanical horror. The heavily armoured body of this beast allows it to absorb punishment as it approaches and slam into the target. Weapons mounted to the tentacles allow it to engage enemy models. The main body of the Ika is water-lined and made from high quality resin, and a water-lined base depicting the Ika submerged is also included, with the tentacles made from pewter. Each blister comes with one complete Ika and one submerged base.

DWFS12 Federated States of America John Henry class Robot (2)
This 5 part all-pewter model adds some heavy flying metal to any FSA force. The John Henry Flying Robot comes in a blister of two models along with two acrylic flight stands. So if you want some awesome aerial intimidation for your FSA force, stock up on John Henry - he's eager for battle.