Soviet Heavy Infantry
In a rush to keep up with their foes, Soviet infantry armour was developed quickly and put into use not long after their rivals. Cumbersome and bulky, the Soviet suits lack subtlety, but their effectiveness is not disputed. Unlike other nations, the Soviet heavy infantry is considered more of an anti-vehicle unit.
Slow but resilient with a duel weapons system these are some of the hardest hitting infantry in combat today. A true centre anvil for the hammer to fall upon and crush the motherlands foes...
Cost: 140pts (Veteran)
Composition: 1 NCO and 4 men
Weapons: Dual weapon pack and assault weapon
Options: Add up to 5 additional men with dual weapon packs for +28pts each.
Up to 4 men can replace their assault weapon with a dual weapon pack for +20pts each.
Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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British Armoured Infantry Section
As most nations began adopting heavily-armoured infantry, the British took a more extreme view. With automatons providing close fire support to the infantry, it was decided that any armoured troops should be capable of providing a punch beyond that of current infantry. Therefore the British developed the Galahad Armoured Suits, intended to overwhelm opposition strong points.
Soviet Siberian Terror Squad
Through a combination of espionage, scientific exploitation of prisoners, and defecting scientists, the Soviet Union gained substantial knowledge of the German super-soldier and genesplicing programmes and produced its own versions of DNA enhanced soldiers. In an effort to make soldiers immune to the cold, a method of making monsters out of men was discovered.