P-ME107B: TITO & CREW – COLLECTOR’S EDITION – BABYLON PATTERN

$75.00

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Description

Tito di Marino is the boss of a legendary crew of mechanics, while himself unable to understand how an engine works! But he leads his girls with an iron fist and his talents are therefore sought out all over the world.
While Tito can’t do anything with a monkey wrench, he’s very talented with his rug and the mysterious little pills he sometimes put in fuel tanks. He therefore benefits from two unique Skill, Clean my optics and Juice it up!, described below.

Clean my optics
Tito can execute a Clean my optics Special Action on an adjacent Ground Vehicle. This Vehicle rolls an extra die with all weapons until the end of the turn. Tito can execute this Special Action only once per turn.
If Tito is Joined to his mechanics (Tito’s Crew), he can execute this Special Action at the same time as the Squad executes a Makeshift Repair, on the same Vehicle, both only costing one Action. The girls are hard at work repairing while he cleans the windshield.

Juice it up!
Tito can execute a Juice it up! Special Action on an adjacent Ground Vehicle. Until the end of the turn, this Vehicle uses its March value instead of its Move value. Its March value stays the same. Tito can execute this Special Action only once per turn.
If Tito is Joined to his mechanics (Tito’s Crew), he can execute this Special Action at the same time as the Squad executes a Makeshift Repair, on the same Vehicle, both only costing one Action. The girls are hard at work repairing while he tinkers with the carburetor.

Tito is very afraid of big monsters and therefore cannot use its Special Actions on Units with the Mythos Creature Skill. He is presented here with his Crew in high quality resin, in Babylon camouflage pattern, as used in the Middle-East circa 1947.