A blog focused on modeling and gaming conflict from the past century.
Brilliant work again!How do you differentiate the soldiers who are armed differently for a game? The sound of Chain of Command for moderns sounds bloody awesome. How did you guys work out moderns for C.o.C.?Interested in commissions - lol
What made you pick 15mm over other scales?
I feel its a more practical scale for my needs, as its small enough that transport is relatively easy. At the same time, its not so small that my painting itch doesn't get scratched. This was my main problem with 6mm - it just was so limited in what you could do in terms of camo and the like. So far we haven't actually played a CoC moderns game yet, but we have been eyeing the Wargame Red Dragon deck system that provides fairly extensive stats for all the vehicles. This is the main issue for gaming, as apart from that, the CoC system appears to translate fairly well to a modern setting as long as you accommodate the ubiquity of some equipment, like assault rifles. The trick will be adapting it to asymmetrical engagements, although having mulled over this I think this can be achieved through rules like having no senior leaders for insurgents - thus making their deployment and battlefield effectiveness more limited.No commissions. I'm flattered, but my free time is not as profuse as it once was.
Amazing detail & a lush variety of camo. This force is a real visual feast.
What he said!
Bloody amazing stuff once again! I'll do my best to copy some of that urban camo....
Great stuff as always, Mr. Bat!!