Anyway, here is my first submission of the challenge, a group of support weapons and a tank to help the Soviet fight the "Great patriotic War". All the miniatures are from Battlefront.
In the lot, here are ten heavy machine guns teams, mounted on wheels for transportation. Nothing fancy for the base: a simple dry brush and some flock. It seems to fit the soviet style: spartan and efficient. This is worth 80 points (3 crew at 2 each plus a machine gun worth 2 points).
There are also six 45mm anti-tank guns, four are the 1937 model while two are of the 1942 model, with the longer barrel. This is worth 72 points (4 crew at 2 each plus the guns worth 4 points).
The tank is a T-34-57, so not your usual T-34-76. You will note the longer gun barrel. Not many were produced, but it's always handy to have one around, especially when the German bring heavily armored units.
I like to base my ships, but I prefer to let my tanks blend with the scenery. Thus I have to subtract 25% for this unit, which is worth 4 points instead of 6.
Expect to see more Soviets in the next few weeks as I clean up my unpainted miniatures boxes.
Ah, it's great to see you with us Sylvain, and returning to us with this great entry of WWII Soviets!
I'm no great fan of FoW, but these can be used for many other rule systems. In fact after seeing them here I have a hankering to see them in an upcoming game of 'Crossfire'.
I'm not going to subtract any points for the lack of basing for the vehicles as I know many who don't in this scale and larger. I'm also giving you an extra point for the brave Soviet commander rolling to his 88mm doom.
Welcome back to the Challenge, Sylvain!
19 more to bring into the fold..