New: Bolt Action Imperial Japanese infantry plastic boxed set

The wait is finally over as our plastic Bolt Action Japanese infantry are released today!

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Thought of as invincible by the Allied forces in the early stages of World War II, the Japanese soldier was a brave, disciplined, often fanatical, warrior who fought to the death – sometimes against overwhelming odds. Conquering all before them and carving out a vast Empire during the opening stages of the war the Imperial Japanese Army were truly a force to be reckoned with.

These fantastic multi-pose figures are have a huge array of components gives you endless possibilities for assembling your models – so no two models ever need to look alike.

This plastic box set contains enough parts to make 30 plastic Japanese infantry armed with:

  • Arisaka rifle
  • Light ‘knee’ mortar
  • Hand grenades
  • Type 99 Light machine gun (and bayonet!)
  • Type 14 Nambu pistol
  • Flag pole
  • NCO’s Shin Gunto sword
  • Anti-tank lunge mine
  • Arisaka rifle with bayonet
  • Type 100 sub-machine gun
  • Plus lots of accessories including a bugle and full-colour devotional banner and flag sheet!

All the rules for the Imperial Japanese infantry can be found in the Armies of Imperial Japan Bolt Action supplement.

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Covering the forces of the Rising Sun following the assault on Pearl Harbor. The Imperial Japanese military saw action across Asia, from the capture and defence of the islands of the Pacific to the occupation of territory in China and Burma.

With this latest supplement for Bolt Action, written by Agis Neugebauer, players have all the information they need to build a force of the Emperor’s fanatically loyal troops and campaign through some of the most brutal battles of the war.

Contents

  • Introduction
  • Army Lists
  • Theatres

A copy of the Bolt Action rulebook is needed to use this supplement.

When you order the Armies of the Imperial Japan from Warlord Games you also receive for free this exclusive free Japanese infantry figure, ‘Red Sun Rising’.