If you want to get stuck in to Dust Warfare with the Axis or Allies, you just need to buy the Dust Tactics Revised Core Set (RCS) and the Dust Warfare Core Rulebook. But what if you want to play the Sino-Soviet Union (SSU)?
The SSU doesn’t have a core set of its own (yet), but does have everything you’ll need to create the equivalent of a 150 AP core set platoon. It’s little more expensive to start with the SSU (because the RCS is such a good deal) but not horribly so.
Let’s find out how to create a starter platoon for the SSU roughly equivalent to those in the RCS.
Welcome to the New Player Factsheet. This isn’t the usual article about how to get started with a game. This article aims to give you the facts and tell you what you need to know now to start playing Dust Warfare.
This article is also incomplete! More questions will be added over time to make this the fastest way to answer any questions you might have about making your way into Dust Warfare.
You’ve bought the Dust Tactics Revised Core Set (RCS) and you’ve played some introductory games of Dust Warfare (and maybe some Dust Tactics, too). But the core set is starting to feel a bit limiting and you want more! More armies, more stuff to play with, more Dust!
Welcome to Building Out Of The Box! This series of articles will show you how to expand your Dust Warfare army (or maybe armies!) by building from what you already have in the RCS.