The last few components for the firebase I've been slowly building up for The Men of Company B arrived and quickly got painted up. Most of it is resin models from Britannia apart from two of the bunkers and the Helipad which I made myself:
Sunday, 29 November 2020
Monday, 23 November 2020
Time for another solo game of TMOCB, this time Lt. Donovan and his men are tasked with sweeping the Vietnamese countryside searching for hidden caches and attempting to engage the NVA who are rumoured to be in the area.
Lt. Donovan deployed in a central village with Sgt. Elias on his left and Sgt. Rambo on the right (deployment for each group is to a random village) so he has obviously learned from his previous missions and made sure his men can support each other! Sgt. Barnes will bring his men on as reinforcements later:
Friday, 20 November 2020
One of the banes of wargaming is the sheer variety of different terrain you need to play, especially if you play in a number of periods and scales. One game where I think my terrain collection is poor is for Rommel in 10mm.
I tend to just buy terrain as I don't greatly enjoy making it but for Rommel with the rather specific size limitations (each piece needs to fit in a 15 x 15cm square with room for the troops) I thought I'd try making some.
Mountains carved out of polystyrene:
A few more reinforcements for my Soviet Chain of Command force. Firstly an SU76 from Warlord Games: