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Glorious Anatolia Battlefleet Review – Dystopian Wars

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Welcome to my Anatolia Battlefleet Review for Dystopian Wars.

Although I have not yet played Dystopian Wars I really enjoy inspecting and building the miniatures that go with the game. They are very small models and there is something satisfying about building them. On top of that, Warcradle Studios gives you many options on how to build each of miniatures in all of their Battlefleet Sets for Dystopian Wars to date. That is no different in this this model kit.

A look at the box art.
The box art of the Battlefleet. I really like their art style.

Now, let’s get into it.

The Anatolia Battlefleet Review

If you look at the back of the box, they show you all of the ways in which you can build the fleet’s ships. So cool!

Back of the Anatolia - Battlefleet Set box.
On the back of the box you can see the options for how to build the ship and the weapon options available. The fact that you can build them in multiple ways always tempts me to buy more. I really like this.

Inside the box you get a couple of sprues for the cruisers and the destroyers. You also get the resin capital ship.

Anatolia Battlefleet Review - The sprues and contents of the box set.
A quick look at the Capital Ship and two sprues that come in the box. The sprues happen to be identical. For a closer view of the sprues, check out the Video Review down lower, or use this link here to get to it. While you are there, please subscribe to my channel.
Resin of the capital ship on the sprue
A closer look at the unbuilt resin ship. You use the four towers there to attach the pontons onto the ship.

These miniatures are a little more complicated than some of the other miniatures I’ve made by Warcradle, but they end up looking great. Like most Dystopian Wars miniatures, I had to build these with tweezers. Perhaps your fingers have more dexterity, but I find tweezers really help.

Tweezers help with building small miniatures.
I find tweezers really help when I build Dystopian Wars models.

These side pontoons require a little more work than other war cradle studios kits. That said when you get them on there’s a certain satisfaction that goes with getting the job done.

WIP of a cruiser
These ships require a little more work than some of the other models in the line, but they are enjoyable just the same.

Here’s the completed battlefleet along with all the extras come box.

The built miniatures with all of the extras
A quick look at the completed fleet and all of the extras in the box. Again, you can build the ships different, but I built them as pictured on the back of the box.
The Destroyers
The Destroyers up close. These are pretty easy to build.
Side view of two cruisers
The Cruisers are a little tougher to build.
A couple of cruisers
But they certainly look nice!
The Anatolia Capital Ship
Here is the Capital Ship.
Anatolia Battlefleet Review for Dystopian Wars
The Anatolia Battlefleet from a higher angle.

The Video Review

Earlier I created a video review of this cool Battlefleet. If the embedded video below does not work, you can also find it here.

Above you can watch my video review of the Anatolia Battlefleet Set for Dystopian Wars.

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Now, let’s wrap this article up.

Wrapping it up…

Overall, I had a lot of enjoyment building the Anatolia battlefleet set for Dystopian Wars. If you want to get your hands on these, check Wayland Games [Affiliate Link] or your favourite retailer.

Special thanks goes out to Wayland games for sending me this product for review.

The complete battlefleet together
There is something about building Dystopian Wars miniatures that I really enjoy.

Until next time, happy gaming everyone.