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> 18mm Americans for Dark World War, Alternate WW1 universe
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post Feb 5 2019, 07:06 AM
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G’day once again from the Slave Dungeon,

This month sees a start of a whole bunch of new Dark World War product coming out. To start this off, we see the release of the basics for the American Expeditionary Force.

We’ve had the American Cavalry out for some time and have been slowly building the other 3 forces up into workable armies, now its time to expand this into the Basic units that are needed to play a United States force in the Dark World War.

Once again, these figures have been beautifully sculpted by the very talented Mike Broadbent.

The first new release is the American Expeditionary Force Infantry pack. These come as a pack of 15 figures, including the Unit Sergeant, a Light Machine Gun and two Grenadiers. This pack retails for AU$20.

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The next pack that we see are the AEF Heavy Machine Gun Unit, a pack of 3 multi part figures that includes the nice idea of the ammo belt actually fitting into the gun. This pack also sells for AU$20.

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The Third pack is the AEF Mortar Unit, which like the Heavy Machine Gun is also a pack of 3 multi part figures. This pack sells for AU$20.

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The final pack is the single Junior Officer figure, the backbone of the Infantry Company in the Dark World War game, allowing orders to be given to any unit within it zone of control. This pack sells for AU$2.

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All these figures can be found in both the ‘New Stuff’ and ‘Dark World War AEF’ sections of the Slave 2 Gaming site.

Or if you like, you can email us here: slavemaster@slave2gaming.com
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