Since she was a child Angela was fascinated with weapons and armaments. She won several marksmanship medals in her youth before joining the Special Forces of the secretive BlutKreuz Korps. Her talents were discovered by Sigrid Von Thaler and now the two women are like sisters. Angela takes care of many special assignments for the Korps. She’s one of its deadliest assassins. Some even whisper that it’s her who killed a very special target…
Spetsnaz & NDAK Army Boxes, Raketentruppe Tank-Hunter Squad, Magda & Flamingo, Cultist Fire Squad, NDAK Loki/Loth, Cthulhu Shrine and Gregor the Defector (preorder), an awesome miniature to celebrate our Anniversary!
Yesterday, Paolo held a similar presentation at the Dust Days in Singapore, which had even more details than the presentation in Warsaw. And he also kindly shared the original images from the presentation!
THESE NEW BOXES INCLUDE MULTI-VARIANT MODELS
COBRA/RATTLER, FIREBALL/PUNISHER, NATALYA/NADYA/NATASHA, KÖNIGSLUTHER/STURMKÖNIG.. just an awesome pack!
Paolo held his customary presentation this evening for the attendees at the European Championship in Warsaw, and thanks to our sleuths in the audience, we can now share some of the upcoming goodies!
EDIT: Video from the presentation is now available thanks to Spellscape on YouTube!
Blutkreuz Korps and USMC Army Boxes, Blutkreuz Wotan/Flammluther and SSU/PLA PT-47 Tank… they all just arrived!
As war continues some vehicles have managed to stay on top. Or have been constantly upgraded to stay relevant. It’s the case for the still very efficient “Pakwagen 251”, equipped with the always faithful PaK 40 antitank gun. Its mission has remained the same for years now: hunt down enemy armor. This vehicle does the job superbly. It will add an amazing historical touch to your Dust army. It is presented here in its Kondor Camo Pattern, as used in the Middle-East circa 1947.
Since the invasion of Normandy by the Allied forces in 1944, the Axis have been in trouble with their opponent’s air superiority and the sheer number of planes they can have in the sky at any given time. While they were developing jet powered aircraft, they also worked a lot on ground vehicles that could protect the troops. The Möbelwagen Ausf B (Model B) is the latest generation of these vehicles, built on the venerable Panzer IV chassis. But with six brand new guns. It is presented here in its Kondor Camo Pattern, as used in the Middle-East circa 1947.