Johnny Red was Battle’s longest-running series over 13 years, written by Tom Tully and drawn initially by Joe Colquhoun, later by John Cooper and finally by Carlos Pino, (and more recently by Garth Ennis) about a British fighter pilot Johnny “Red” Redburn flying for the Russians in a ‘stolen’ Hawker Hurricane fighter.
Datacards for the following Soviet Union (VVS) aircraft are included:
Traits include – Tight Turn, Great Dive, Rapid Roll, Poor Quality, Sluggish
A New Theatre Card – Falcon Squadron features a new card that will make playing against them a potentially difficult challenge! The General Secretary often took a direct interest in aircraft production. You play the ‘Telegram from Stalin’ card during deployment, allowing VVS planes in one designated squadron to disregard the Poor Quality trait in this battle.
Polikarpov I-16 Single engine fighter + 21 points – The I-16 was a truly revolutionary fighter design when introduced in the 1930s; the world’s first operational low-wing cantilever monoplane fighter. Successive upgrades kept the I-16 competitive with its contemporaries and it formed the backbone of the Soviet air force at the start of World war 2.
Yak-1B- Single engine fighter + 31 points – The Yak-1B was an unofficial designation for a host of improvements which culminated in a new standard of production for the Yak-1. By October 1942, among other improvements, the Yak-1B’s engine was upgraded, it had a bubble canopy fitted, a retractable tail wheel, an improved gunsight and cockpit controls including a new control stick based on the Bf109.
Lavochkin La-5FN Single engine fighter + 31 points – The La-5 was born out of an attempt to mate the powerful Shvetsov ASh-82 radial engine onto the Lagg-3 airframe. The result was so successful incomplete Lagg-3s were finished to the new La-5 designation. With a powerful cannon armament and fuel-injected engine, the La-5FN became a well-respected frontline fighter through to the end of the war.
MiG-3 – Single engine fighter + 14 points – The MiG-3 was designed as a high-speed interceptor to catch fast enemy bombers. By the standards of its day, it was blisteringly fast, but it was also extremely difficult to fly in combat and had a comparatively weak armament.
Successful Search/Destroy agents rely on speed, cunning and firepower in equal measure. The ubiquitous skimmer provides high speed, all-terrain maneouvrability and is often the vehicle of choice for bounty hunters and outlaws alike. Also known as hover sleds or hov-bikes, skimmers are able to operate in high radiation areas where natural mounts such as Morks struggle.
Johnny Alpha and his partner Wulf Sternhammer regularly tracked their quarry by skimmer and many an outlaw, criminal or alien fugitive from the law have been brought to justice as a result.
You want to take this outside?! Get down and dirty in the back alley because some feuds can only be solved outside of the *safe* confines of the RUMBLESLAM casinos. Back Alley Brawl is the first expansion to RUMBLESLAM. It includes new ways to play the game, compatible with the base rules and with all wrestlers. You can pick up and throw trash at your opponents, use the crowd to beat them up, and even deliver the final coup de grace and finish them off.
Rules for three game modes are included in the set, including the classic Back Alley Brawl, the manic Taking Out The Trash, and the all-round madness of Super Streetslam II. The box includes no less than eleven highly detailed resin pieces to represent trash of differing weights. From a bin full of half-eaten tacos, to a cauldron of Mana Mania Muscle Maker, all the way up to Lord of Anarachy’s famous motorbike and Ronnie Salvage’s car! Each one comes with clear acrylic bases to be used as full gaming pieces in their own right, and not just awesome displays.
The box also includes an Urban Ring neoprene mat for setting the scene just right. With car parking lines painted on and makeshift turnbuckles held together with barbed wire, it makes the perfect setting for a down and dirty match.
Back Alley Brawl contains 11 resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled with clear acrylic bases, 1 neoprene RUMBLESLAM gaming mat, and 2 rules cards.
Within the General Veers Commander Expansion for Star Wars™: Legion, you’ll find all the materials that you need to add General Veers to your army as a commander—leading an army on his own or standing side-by-side with another Imperial commander, such as Darth Vader.
This expansion pack offers an unpainted General Veers miniature and his three personal command cards, inviting you to bring Veers’ personal touch to the Imperial armies that you lead into battle. What’s more, like other Unit Expansions for Star Wars: Legion, this Commander Expansion includes a unit card for General Veers and an assortment of upgrade cards that you can use to equip General Veers or another unit for battle in even the most hostile environments.
The Yakovlev Yak-1 entered service in 1940, a fast and well-armed fighter. With wooden wings and a composite structure, it was a very reliable and easy to maintain aircraft.
Although its production suffered quality issues due to the Axis invasion, the Yak-1 always remained popular with front line pilots.
Squadron set contains: