With the recent renewal of fierce combats in the Middle-East, the Allies have been calling every reinforcements they could muster, but eventually had to hire Mercenary companies to help them turn the tide in their favor. As such, they have provided these new “allies” with some recent equipment, mixed with some old stuff laying around. Mercs mechanics did a wonderful job and created war machines that even regular Allied troops envy.This reference allows you to play with one of the two following variants: – The Pulverizer is a dedicated antitank walker extremely efficient against low and medium armored targets, that are very common in the Babylon theater. With powerful machineguns it can engage even heavy infantry or very light vehicles easily, leaving the bigger recoiless guns free to deal with thick armor. – The Meatgrinder is a dedicated artillery walker extremely efficient against light infantry targets, also very common in the Babylon theater. With powerful machineguns it can engage even heavy infantry or very light vehicles easily, leaving the mortar free to deal with long range heavy support or smoke dissemination. As with any Mercenary units, the Pulverizer and the Meatgrinder can be attached to any force in Dust 1947. Please note that all weapons options are included in this box, as well as four crew members.This reference comes with two Dust 1947 unit cards, one for each variant. Like all regular Dust 1947 miniatures, it comes already pre-assembled and primed. It’s ready for the battlefield, or for painting, as you wish! You can directly paint over on it, since the priming serves as an undercoat and is compatible with any type of paint
"... this squad is good for.. Pushing the merry-go-round! "
Where the SSU tank comes from?
Out of frakking nowhere!
House Guarded By Shotgun 3 Days A Week. Guess Which Days.
If needed we defeat them drowning them in our own blood ...
If your attack is going well, you have walked into an ambush.
Nothings make you so happy like a Ppsh shot!
Soldiers don't die. They go to hell to regroup.
He took a Panzerfaust on face and went down...
On Winter Child performance in battle
Most important things are usually easy, easy ones - the hardest to accomplish.
When using Chinese forces on the battelfield:
"Remember that army saved tons of cash on your weapon design!"