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Slave2Gaming Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

I do have a set of rules that I'm working on, but I need to get some editing done on it to finish it. Any good editors out there?

All Quiet on the Martian front is a similar scale & may do what you are after, or even Flames of War WW1

Sorry, I don't know when it will be available. I am happy to share what I've done so far if you want to contact me via email

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Slave2Gaming Sponsoring Member of TMP of Slave 2 Gaming writes:

G'day! Once Again From the Slave Dungeon!

This week, we are proud to announce the release of the U.S. Expeditionary Force Cavalry for our 18mm Dark World War range.

US Cavalry 1

These figures have been beautifully sculpted by Mike Broadbent, and expand the Allied forces nicely.

The packs come with six horses and riders, which include a sergeant, standard bearer (flag is not a part of the figure), and three different poses of cavalrymen with sub-machineguns. The packs will retail for the usual cavalry price of $20.00 AUD.

The background with these guys fits in with the current Dark World War background: The U.S. did declare war in April 1917, but after the opening of the Hell-gate at the Battle of Messines and the change in the Western Front, the U.S. planned to bring forces quicker to the front. However, with the events of Europe, the Central American Entente forces quickly pushed their army of almost a million men into the southern parts of the United States, finally running out of steam and supplies, they then dug-in, forming a new defensive line roughly traveling from Galveston to San Antonio, to Odessa and Santa Fe, to Tucson and Bakersfield, and finally up to Monterrey.

The U.S. were caught off guard and understrength. By the time they were able put a defensive force to counterattack the enemy, they were already dug-in and were moving reserves up to bolster their front. Even with superior weapons, the U.S. forces were in for a long fight – this would seriously hamper the Western Front campaign.

US Cavalry 2

These figures can be found here.

If you have any questions about these or any other figures in our ranges, you can contact us at this email address:


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