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« Antwort #45 am: 27. August 2011 - 10:25:23 »

Dazu fällt mir nur Kurt Tucholsky ein:
Deutsch fĂĽr Amerikaner

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« Antwort #46 am: 27. August 2011 - 11:14:56 »

Das Problem ist: Es muß für Amis gut klingen und auch auf Deutsch noch Sinn machen, ist nicht immer ganz einfach. Und bei den Untertoten hatte auch ich Bauchscmerzen.... aber es gab schon weit schlimmeres (Callistonischer Penetrator anyone? Warzone lässt grüßen!).
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« Antwort #47 am: 27. August 2011 - 12:56:31 »

Beachtlich, was die an Modellen raushauen und die Walker sehen ganz gut, teilweise sogar richtig cool aus. Aber der Rest ist Durchschnitt. Der Knalller sind aber wieder die Namen fĂĽr die ganzen Einheiten, ich brech echt durch :roflmao: Das ist so armselig, dass es fast schon wieder Klasse hat. Vielleicht ist es aber auch wieder Ironie, die ich gerad nicht verstehe...

Wie auch immer, Tradition ist Tradition bleibt Tradition

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« Antwort #48 am: 27. August 2011 - 18:06:21 »

Untertoten ist ein (zugegeben) recht böses Wortspiel auf den Begriff Untermenschen. Denn wenn die Untermenschen so aussehen und Deutsche sind, was sind dann die Übermenschen/Herrenmenschen? ;)
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« Antwort #49 am: 27. August 2011 - 18:37:15 »

AUWEIA !!! So hab ich das noch gar nicht gesehen :sm_pirat_schreck:
NeeNee dann doch lieber \"Achsengorillas\" :) Ich warte jetzt auf die Sanitätertruppe, schlage als Name (weil Blutkreuz ja schon besetzt ist) irgendwie \"ReichsBlut Schwesterwalküren\" oder so vor...riiieeesige Weiber mit großen ;) in blutbefleckten Schürzen und kleinen Skalpellen statt Fingernägeln !



...aber dieses Vrillteil find ich schon sehr cool. ist aber wahrscheinlich ´ne irre Bastelarbeit
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« Antwort #50 am: 27. August 2011 - 22:03:14 »

Naja, du darfst dich schon Mal auf einen italienische Koch mit Faible fürs Flambieren freuen. Und die \"Krankenschwestern\" der Achse sehen leider völlig anders aus... immerhin bringen sie selbst Tote wieder ins Leben zurück ;).
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« Antwort #51 am: 01. September 2011 - 11:14:19 »

Aufräumen und Verteidigen

Vorab gibt es via Dust Studio wieder ein Deluxe-Modell:


AuĂźerdem hat FFG einen Taktikartikel ĂĽber Aggressive Verteidigung Online gestellt.
http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=2609
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« Antwort #52 am: 15. September 2011 - 10:07:00 »

Andys Designertagebuch

Kleiner Blick hinter die Kulissen.

http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=2646
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« Antwort #53 am: 15. September 2011 - 10:33:38 »

Operation Cerberus

Lass uns in die Stadt gehen.... http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=2647



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« Antwort #54 am: 20. September 2011 - 11:33:02 »

NCO Command Squads Lead from the Frontlines


Announcing two new Dust Tactics Heavy Command Squads

Johnny remembered catching a stray laser in the stomach. He remembered dropping as the world went black… He woke up with a grizzled
face staring at him. The Corps Officer Field Medic was holding a needle in his hand, tucking it back into a first aid kit on the side of his
battle suit. The Field Medic was shouting at him over the sound of rifle fire. “Son! That scratch ain’t nothing a good bandage and a weekend
with a beautiful woman can’t fix. Now get up, Johnny! It ain’t that bad.”


Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of two new command squads for Dust Tactics, the Allied Corps Officers and the Axis Heavy Kommandotrupp. These squads will add new vitality to your Dust Tactics armies and, as always, will see simultaneous release from our Dust Tactics Premium line, outfitting them with stunning, professional paint work.
Fierce urban battles rage along the southern coast of Great Britain. In Southampton, Portsmouth, and Brighton, Allied soldiers battle Axis
walkers in close combat, and both sides rely upon the guidance of these heavily armored commanders who lead from the front lines.
Both of these NCO Command Squads feature three dramatically sculpted, armored miniatures and add versatility to your armies with handy new skills
defined in the Operation “Cerberus” rulebook. Their battle suits let them shrug off small arms fire while they call in artillery strikes, repair walkers, boosting troops to tremendous feats, and heal injured soldiers.

Corps Officers

The Allied Corps Officers squad for Dust Tactics
serves fearlessly with their heavy battle suits and high-tech weaponry.
The members of this Allied NCO Command Squad have been around for years
and have always managed to bring their men back.
As an NCO Command Squad, the Corps Officers make all your Allied units better as a savvy general knows when to draw upon each of the squad’s powerful skills. Calling in artillery fire and getting fallen soldiers back on their feet, the Corps Officers can provide the extra bit of inspiration your troops need to achieve victory.
The Corps Officers
are no slouches in combat, either. With their flamethrower, dual Victory MGs, and rocket punches, these soldiers can put a hurting on enemy squads or walkers, both.
Heavy Kommandotrupp

On the other side of the battle, the Axis Heavy Kommandotrupp march to the front lines in their protective battle suits and blast at
soldiers and walkers with their Fliegerfaust burst weapon and twin MG44.
In the chaos of battle, this powerful new squad provides clear direction for other troops, and when Allied forces think they’re getting the upper
hand, the Heavy Kommandotrupp can provide them with unwelcome surprises. Able to patch up wounded soldiers and get them battle ready, the Heavy Kommandotrupp also has the ability to boost their allies with potent, untested chemicals. Though the side effects aren’t yet known, the Axis are
wasting no time in making use of these chemicals on the field of battle where they can accelerate soldiers actions far beyond normal human rates
of movement.
Stunning miniatures
Dust Tactics continues to provide some of the most eye-catching miniatures available, and each of these squads features three distinct, sculpted
miniatures that will bring your games to life. Futhermore, as with all Dust Tactics miniatures, both the Corps Officers and Heavy Kommandotrupp will be available as professionally painted squads from our Dust Tactics Premium line and will be legal for use in Dust Warfare.
Look for these exciting new command squads to lead your troops to victory when they come out in the Fourth Quarter of 2011!
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« Antwort #55 am: 21. September 2011 - 07:09:53 »

Die Figuren wissen wirklich zu gefallen! Auch schön, dass zeitgleich Geländeteile auf den Markt geworfen werden! Mal sehen, was da noch so kommt...
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« Antwort #56 am: 21. September 2011 - 08:32:09 »

Hallo André,

vielen Dank, dass Du mit Deinen regelmäßigen Infos über kommende Erwiterungen zu DUST das lästige eigene Suchen im Netz überflüssig machst.

Mir gefallen viele der neuen Modelle, besonders die Walker, sehr sehr gut. Aber auch viele der \"normalen\" Trooper sind tolle Modelle und werden ihren Weg in meine Sammlung finden. Es ist für mich gut zu wissen, welche Pflichtkäufe auf mich zukommen, damit ich schon mal Rückstellungen bilden kann.

Ciao und DANKE

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« Antwort #57 am: 22. September 2011 - 13:45:30 »

Finalisten

Ein Einblick in die Listen der Finalisten der auf der GenCon ausgetragenen Meisterschaft.

http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=2672
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« Antwort #58 am: 14. Oktober 2011 - 15:32:16 »

New Heroes Lead the Charge

FFG kĂĽndigt die Heldenpacks an!   
   
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Bullets ripped through the air as the Allied Wildfire maneuvered to get a better line of fire at the onrushing zombies. Already, the wave of zombies had ripped through two infantry squads and a Pounder. The Wildfire pilot pulled the trigger, and tore into two zombies. “Stay down!” she muttered as they hit the ground. As she wondered what it took to stop them, she heard gunfire back down the alley. Then it stopped, followed only by a loud buzz and whine. She turned to see a pack of zombies rushing forward, led by one with a massive circular saw…

Fantasy Flight Games is pleased to announce the next wave of Dust Tactics heroes! Two new expansions increase your tactical options for Allied and Axis armies alike. Both the Allied Hero Pack and Axis Hero Pack present three fantastic Heroes ready to join your squads or lead the charges on their own.

A deader breed of hero



The new Axis Hero Pack allows players to guide their Axis Zombie units with one (or both) of two new Heroes with the Blutkreuz Zombie skill. Shrugging off small arms fire with his Damage Resilient skill, Grenadier X flings himself into Close combat with his circular saw where he cuts into troops and walkers indiscriminately. Any Allied forces that don’t fall to Grenadier X and any zombie squad he joins may find themselves concerned by the sinister presence of TotenMeister. Not only did this Blutkreuz Korps experiment manage to cheat death and become both Damage Resilient and ferociously strong, but her supply of Wiederbelebungsserum allows her to recover from nearly any wound. With their unholy strength, these Heroes lend resilience to any Axis army, with or without squads of Axis Zombies to join them.

Additionally, the Axis Hero Pack introduces Stefan, a deadly Oberleutnant who uses some of the Allies’ most effective tricks against them, literally fighting fire with fire with his Flammenwerfer 40.

If you didn’t get Stefan or TotenMeister from our previous Game Night Kits, you’ll soon have the chance to see why everyone has been clamoring for their general release. These Heroes greatly expand your tactical options.

Allied in their response



Though they each come from different backgrounds and though they each pursue their own methods, the famous warriors of the Allied Hero Pack all share a talent for wiping out Axis units. Action Jackson and Johnny One-Eye have already seen limited release through our Game Night Kits, and now you’ll soon get the chance to to inspire your armies with these dynamic leaders.

Action Jackson drops onto the battlefield as a British paratrooper, armored in a high-tech ASOCOM battle suit and equipped with two 60W Phaser Guns. Phaser technology may still be new, but when it all comes together, Action Jackson can blast through even the heaviest Axis walkers in a single instant.

Meanwhile, The Priest prefers to operate up close and personal, where he’s a sly expert with his dynamite charges, and Johnny One-Eye may not be the first badass to walk the Dust Tactics battlefields, but he’s the first Hero with the skill to prove it. His Badass skill means he’s not the type of guy who likes running out of ammunition while Axis forces close in around him. Johnny One-Eye and any squad he joins gain unlimited uses of their limited ammunition weapons.

Bigger personalities for bigger battles

World War II continues to heat up as Allied forces rally for a desperate defense of Southern England in the alternate reality of Dust Tactics. While the battles rage and both sides suffer casualties, the new Axis and Allied Hero Packs provide your armies with exciting new reinforcements and inspirational leadership.

Meanwhile, keep your eyes open next week for an article that will reveal the details about the Heroes for our next Game Night Kits.

If you can’t attend Game Nights, or if you’ve missed any of these exciting Heroes, don’t fret. The Allied Hero Pack and Axis Hero Pack are scheduled to release in the first quarter of 2012! As always, these products will see simultaneous release in our Dust Tactics Premium line, where you can get the same outstanding miniatures professionally pre-painted.
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« Antwort #59 am: 28. Oktober 2011 - 10:47:41 »

Und Dust Studio hat wieder ein nettes Resinteil angekĂĽndigt:

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