Ares 3-Pack

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Ares 3-Pack
Product information
Type Game Aid
Publication information
Publisher Wizkids
First published Debuted at GenCon 2006; general release September 2006
Content
Content blind booster containing plastic miniatures (prepainted)
Era Dark Age Era
Series Dark Age
Preceded by MechWarrior: War College
Followed by MechWarrior: Phantom War

Description[edit]

The Ares 3-Pack miniatures set is a collection of plastic miniatures for use in the revised MechWarrior: Age of Destruction miniatures game.

This set was designed to help attract new players to the game. The set was only available at War College events.

From the back cover[edit]

Developed by the mysterious Rhodes Project, the Ares is the first-ever colossal-class 'Mech. Tipping the scales at an unprecedented 130 tons, these hulking 'Mechs are both gun platforms and impromptu infantry transports for armies with pockets deep enough to hire them. Requiring a three-man crew, each Ares is loaded out with different special equipment and arm-mounted weapons. These three 'Mechs are each named after a Greek god, mortal men tremble at their approach!

Contents: 3 colossal-class 'Mechs

9 pilot combat enhancement cards

1 iron-on patch

1 rules sheet


GENERAL LOAD OUT

Chassis: Endo-Steel

Power PLant: 375 light fusion

Torso Armament: 2 long-range missile 5-racks

2 extended-range medium lasers

Leg Armament:

2 anti-personnel pods

1 extended-range small laser

1 short-range missile 2-rack


Model: ARS-VC-C

Codename: Hades

Commander: "Phobos"

Additional Armament:

1 tight-stream electromagnet pulse weapon

2 medium-range missile 20-racks

1 ultra autocannon/10


Model: ARS-VA-C

Codename: Zeus

Commander: "Clotho"

Additional Armament:

2 extended-range particle projection cannons

3 short-range missile 6-racks


Mode: ARS-VB-C

Codename: Hera

Commander: "Hermes"

Additional Armament:

1 heavy Gauss rifle

3 extended-range medium pulse lasers

Contents[edit]

Booster Pack[edit]

Contains a Unique Atlas and Marauder IIC 'Mech and their pilots, plus a playmat, two sets of dice, and 18" tape measures.

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