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1948: The Rat

1948: The Rat

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The Rat is among Germany's first generation of super weapons that helped turn the tide of the war in 1945. Armed with two 11-inch cannons, several anti-aircraft guns, a short-range artillery cannon, and a .60 caliber machine gun, the Rat is a battleship that cruises the land. Like a mobile fortress, it has more than 40 men aboard including a permanently embarked commando team and a medical officer.

Similar to a submarine, the Rat has a command deck, a sick bay, a brig, an engine room and more than 10 other rooms for storing ammunition, food, medical supplies, and even motor cycles. It serves as the centerpiece of battle groups and is both a communication hub and a long-range artillery weapon.

This file includes:

  • 3 Photos of the Rat
  • 1 Map (detailing 3 levels)
  • Crew list and command structure
  • History of the Rat engineering project
  • 5 different ammunition loads (H.E.A.T. AP, phosperous, etc)
  • d20 game stats for the Rat, its weapons, and embarked motor cycles.

This supplement is one in a series of titles that lay the groundwork for the 1948 Campaign Setting. The full 1948 series includes the following titles:

       

 

     

  

      

         

             

 

 
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August 30th, 2008
Interesting idea that has a lot of potential. The RAT is a manned super tank somewhat like a World War II version of Bolo's or Ogres Pro Could easily be worked into any alternate history role playing or miniatures game Neutral Art work while detailed [...]
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November 26th, 2005
First time I'd bought anything from the 1948 series. Very interesting QUALITY: Acceptable VALUE: Satisfied [...]
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October 19th, 2005
This is, as advertised, one BIG friggin' tank. It's SO big, in fact, that it reminds me more than a little of the Ogre from the game of the same name by Steve Jackson Games, only shrunk down a bit and pulled back to WWII. It's an interesting concept, [...]
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Pages
14
Edition
1.0
Publisher Stock #
NFE1003
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0.24 MB
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File Last Updated:
September 22, 2005
This title was added to our catalog on September 22, 2005.
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Bloodstone Press
Bloodstone Press
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