Platoon 1 Blister Packs


The Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. H (commonly known as the Panzer IV) was used by the German army on all fronts during the war and remained in continuous production.

A dependable tank, the Panzer IV can perform any role on the battlefield and the right combination of upgrades can enhance this.


An iconic tank of the German army, the Tiger I was able to strike fear into the hearts of Allied tank crews throughout the war.

Combining an impressive Survivability stat with the Fortress rule (no penalty for being shot in the flank) the Tiger I is able to stay in the fight long enough to turn the tide of battle.


The StuG III Ausf.G assault gun had an armoured superstructure or upper hull instead of a turret allowing engineers to mount the powerful 7.5cm gun.

With a high Survivability and good Firepower the StuG is best used in a support position where it cannot be easily outflanked.


Used by both the American and British forces in the deserts of North Africa, the M3 Lee was eventually replaced by the M4 Sherman.

With a good mix of stats, it is the perfect choice for Platoon Commanders on a budget, or those looking for a blank canvas to improve upon.


The M4 Sherman was the next step in American tank development and fought right through to the conclusion of World War II.

Much like its predecessor, the Sherman can easily be fine-tuned to perform almost any role on the battlefield.


Seek, Strike and Destroy was the motto of American Tank Destroyers during World War II, something they were very good at.

On the battlefield the M10 Wolverine is a glass cannon, bringing plenty of punch to the battlefield but at the expense of armour and Survivability.


First deployed during the invasion of Normandy, the Cromwell found a natural home in the armoured reconnaissance regiments where its excellent speed and low profile made it difficult to hit.

It features an excellent array of stats making capable of achieving a variety of roles on the battlefield. Fine-tune it with the addition of upgrades, or leave stock for simplicity.


British infantry tanks were designed with good terrain crossing abilities, advancing into enemy positions, whilst being immune to enemy fire.

With high Survivability and the Heavy Tank rule (re-rolling a blank Defence dice) the Churchill VII is the perfect choice for pushing enemy tanks from objectives.


Used extensively in the battles of North Africa, the Valentine had a reputation for being a well-protected vehicle, capable of operating under heavy enemy fire.

As a Light Tank, it is fairly unique trading Mobility for Survivability. This works to the Valentine’s advantage as it can survive long enough to close with the enemy.


The T-34 tank was the cornerstone of Soviet armoured forces in World War II. Other tanks may have been lighter, better armed, or had a bigger gun, but there was only one T-34!

With high Mobility and Initiative, a cunning commander will have no problem hunting down slower enemies.


Developed as a replacement for earlier, slower, heavy tanks the KV-1S was fast enough to keep pace with supporting tanks on the battlefifields of the Eastern Front.

Heavy Tanks, like the KV-1S, can be unstoppable on the battlefield thanks to their ability to re-roll a blank Defence dice.


Nicknamed ‘cat-killers’ the SU-100 was a dedicated tank killer designed to hunt German Panther and Tiger tanks. Their 100mm guns were more than capable of dropping those fearsome beasts.

With an outstanding Firepower it is at its best when ambushing enemies where it cannot be easily outflanked.

Each Platoon Blister Pack comes with 3 Tank Cards and 15 Upgrade Cards.