Virtually every statistic of the M3 is off the charts: tonnage, length, girth, height, component count and cost were all records broken when the Alexander was introduced to much fanfare pre-invasion. Even military analysts at the time felt that the M3 was an unforgivable exercise in excess during peacetime, but it's hard to to argue with its immense mass and firepower.
The quality of the build alone makes it a tantalising prospect for Resistance Commanders, either through reliability of parts or sheer spectacle (for Kalium commanders looking to prove their might). The Alexander's Equaliser Cannon will turn most anything into a smouldering crater, where as the Napoleon's Banisher gatling cannons shred armour like their smaller cousins rend flesh.
M3 tanks are some of the largest vehicles seen on a Dropzone Commander battlefield. Too heavy to be brought to battle in a hovercraft, they rely on Lifthawks to drop them into combat. Their strong armour and 5 Damage Points are offset by a slow movement speed, but with so many weapons, moving isn't its primary purpose!
The Alexander's 220mm Equaliser Cannon is as impressive as it sounds, bringing Energy 12 with an infinite full range and Devastator 4 against everything. As well as that, the Alexander's turret includes a Maelstrom Grenade Launcher, which although only a single shot, absolutely destroys flammable scenery. Meanwhile the Napoleon trades these for the massive twin Banisher Cannon. With a total of 6 Energy 10 shots, this thing will make short work of light vehicles in the most unsubtle of ways.
Contains one multi-part tank that can be assembled as either an Alexander or Napoleon. 10mm in scale with a length of 77mm (not including the Equaliser Cannon!).
Resin miniatures supplied unpainted and unassembled. This kit will require cleaning and assembly, and could need some small holes filled.