Axis & Allies Naval Miniatures: War at Sea—Flank Speed Booster
Wizards of the Coast
Get to Flank Speed and engage the enemy fleet!
All hands on deck for the second expansion to the Axis & Allies(TM) War at Sea Naval Miniatures game. Flank Speed will contain 40 authentically detailed miniatures that war gamers, WWII enthusiasts, and collectors can use to assemble fleets with which to do battle on the seas of World War II. Battleships, cruisers, submarines and aircraft will help you bring the battle to your opponent.
Flank Speed will let players add to their existing navies to recreate historical battles that rage across massive 30"x 40" battle maps.
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