Since World War 1, Mines and Minefields have been on every battlefield. This hasn’t changed in the world of Dust, where these weapons are widely used by every fighting force.
Sold in packs of 6, the Minefield Markers can be used for many things: – they make for great gaming objectives – to decorate your battlefield, for example if you want to hide the dot in the middle of the spaces (see the picture gallery on the right) – they can be glued onto bases (http://dust-models.com/products_d.php?sid=62&id=237) and then make for very nice miniature bases – and of course count as minefields in the game
These items are made of plastic and resin and they need assembly that require cement. Models are supplied unpainted. We recommend these items for modelers over 14.
"Fallen like frakking rags..." - after unsuccessful cover roll ... ...
Never stop your enemy from committing mistakes
Soldiers don't die. They go to hell to regroup.
If your attack is going well, you have walked into an ambush.
Easy boys, we are save in cover!
Last word of John Stewart, just before Desert Sun attack
You need to be a brave man to be a coward in the Red Army.
Where the SSU tank comes from?
Out of frakking nowhere!
If needed we defeat them drowning them in our own blood ...
The heat of battle is a powerful and killing addiction. War is a drug...