FW915 Fate Of A NationUS$40.00 Add to cart
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AISAB1 Magach-6 Tank CompanyUS$60.00 Add to cart
AJOAB1 Centurion SquadronUS$75.00 Add to cart
AAR901 Unit Cards – Egyptian Forces in the Middle EastUS$22.00 Add to cart
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We’ve had a bunch of people asking for downloads of a Quick Reference sheet for Fate Of A Nation so we have put up PDF versions for you to download and print off. Simply right click the link and save as and you’ll be ready to slug it out in the Golan Heights or Sinai in no time. Find the PDF download in the link below.
During the time that Fate of a Nation has been out, players have asked questions about the game. The questions and their answers have been gathered and we’ve published the answers in the links below.
We will continue to periodically update the FAQ based on your feedback.
The Beasts Of War team is back with another unboxing video. Today they look at the Isherman tank, also known as the Super Sherman. In this video they talk about one of the most unique tanks that Israeli forces fielded and the history that led its development and pushed the absolute limit of what could be done with a Sherman tank.
John and Justin take a look at the Tiran-5 tank from Fate Of A Nation. In this video they talk about the background of Fate Of A Nation and they take a detailed look at Tiran-5 tank fresh out of the box and each part you get inside.
The Learn To Play Fate Of A Nation article is now live. This article is all about getting you playing Fate Of A Nation as soon as possible. In this article we use two Israeli Magach 6 tanks and three Egyptian T-62 tanks and pit them head to head as they trade shots on the Sinai Peninsula. Get your tanks together, grab some dice, a tape measure and an opponent then follow the instructions in this article to play a simple game.