World of Tanks Miniatures Game - M3 Lee Expansion Pack
World of Tanks Game Wave 1 - M3 Lee Tank - Expansion
WOT03- Gale Force Nine
The World of Tanks: Miniatures Game is an easy to learn, quick play, small scale tabletop game. You take command of a Tank Platoon, seeking to destroy your opponent’s tanks and secure victory. It is a fast and furious, do-or-die game – In half an hour you can pick your tanks and crew, upgrade them to your specifications, defeat your enemy (or die trying), and be ready for the rematch!
The M3 Lee was a medium tank, used by both the U.S. and British forces (where it had the designation M3 Grant) and saw use in the battles of North Africa. It was quite unique in that it mounted a 75mm gun in the hull and a smaller 37mm gun in a small top turret above the superstructure.
The M3 Lee Expansion Pack gives players a tank with a very similar stat line to its successor, the M4A1 Sherman. It features with a good mix of Mobility, Initiative and Survivability, whilst the fixed main gun and lower Initiative results in a lower point cost making it a good choice for gamers on a budget.
The M3 Lee has quite a reputation amongst players of the online game. The fixed gun means that it plays more like a tank destroyer rather than a medium tank, whilst it’s large size and extra turret makes it difficult to hide. In the miniatures game players can treat the M3 Lee like an assault gun trying to hang back and get shots in where possible. Alternatively, players can choose to add the 37mm Gun M5/M6 which allows them to engage targets to the flank and rearm allowing the tank to mix it up a bit more. Of course, this gun isn’t as powerful hull mounted 75 mm Gun M3 so even with this module added it is still better to keep enemies in front of the tank.
The M3 Lee is a unique Tank Destroyer in that it mounts a powerful gun in the hull, along with a second gun in a small turret.
- 1 M3 Lee Tank 1:100 scale pre-painted Tank
- 5 Crew, Module and Upgrade Cards
- On-line Bonus Card
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