Thanks in part to the East India Trading Company, the influence of The Crown spread across much of the globe. As such, they must defend their holdings with all they have, to prevent their colonies from being blockaded or worse. This has led to a contract with the House of Scindia of the Gwalior Princely State for locally constructed and specialised craft being incorporated into the Crown’s Indian and Pacific Ocean Fleets, as well as the EITC. The Ganges Battle Cruiser and Devaki Littoral Monitor in particular, became much relied on as exemplary vessels, well suited to coastal action. A shallow draft and a pared-back design, reminiscent of an earlier age of Crown industry, might give the mistaken impression that these are not up to the task of warfare in the Dystopian Age. However, with the scattered territories constantly imperilled by local revolution and piracy, these vessels see a great deal of action. Engineering focused on the fundamentals of shipbuilding makes maintaining an operational Fleet far more practical, with the warships spending on average a third less time out of action than their British counterparts and nearly fifty percent less compared to the Canadians.
- 1x Ganges Battlecruiser (may also be built as Palashi Class)
- 2x Nagaraja Tactical Cruiser (may also be built as Indus, Godavari, Devaki or Chanura Class)
- 2x Platform
- 4x Escort
- 2x Landing Token
- Miniatures are supplied unpainted and some assembly may be required