|Dust Tactics | Published 16 November 2011||Rating||18 votes|
He knew he had been here before, but he couldn’t remember when. There had been so many conflicts that every battlefield now looked similar. How many times must they fight over the same forsaken patch of land...
Looking for a little variety in your Dust Tactics games? Look no further than the Dust Tactics: Terrain Tile Set. This supplement, available at your local retailer or the webstore, adds plenty of new tiles to help keep your games fresh. Now you and your foes can construct new combinations with these versatile cardboard tiles.
A change of scenery
This set includes twelve double-sided tiles that can be used alone to construct a play area, or combined with the map you already have to craft a massive battlefield. Each tile fits conveniently into the Dust Tactics Revised Core Set box.
The Terrain Tile Set also contains two different double-sided structure tiles, as well nine double-sided terrain tiles. Use these accessories to add more cover and create tactical situations in your Dust games.
Lastly, the Operation “Blue Thunder” scenario book is also incorporated into this set. This campaign was included in the original core set, so many players may not have had the chance to experience these missions. If you have already played through the Operation “Blue Thunder” campaign, three new scenarios are included in this edition of the book.
Add some spice to your Dust Tactics games with the Dust Tactics: Terrain Tile Set, available now. These tiles are sure to add enticing options for the continued struggle between the Axis and Allies.
Dust Tactics is a tactical miniatures game of brutal combat for 2-4 players. Based on the popular universe created by artist Paolo Parente, Dust Tactics presents an alternate 1940s reality in which alien technology fuels gigantic machines of war, and the world's superpowers clash over rare mineral deposits that could ultimately decide the outcome of WWII.
Have the exact boards that come with this tile set ever been listed? Are there new tiles in this set?
Hey, I've got a pair of these coming!
Wooooo! Card board!