Somewhere In France.
This was a WWII early war game we played recently using our familiar ‘Where The Streets Have No Name’ rules which we wouldn’t normally blog about but it became a bit of a new learning experience regarding the rules so we thought we’d share our experience.
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This is the follow on from Part IV where I was going to talk about which buildings to use and in fact did a run through of constructing a TT Combat building. No bad thing in itself and it did mean I now have two clear choices about who to use; Sarissa or TTC.
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This project is taking way longer than it should be and the main reason is buildings. Over a year ago when we started it all seemed so simple, use the Sarissa South Of The Border range plus some from the City Block, bang them on some 2′ x 2′ mdf boards and away we go! We even spoke to Sarissa at the last Deby show and ideas about modifying the city blocks to look more ‘south of the border’ were discussed but time moved on, they were busy expanding their ranges we got sidetracked by other projects, blah, blah, blah.
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This is a short ranty blog post but one with a cautionary message for all. In short, if you are thinking of ordering goods from the US, don’t!
Some may recall an earlier blog praising the 3D printing revolution and Butlers Printed Models in particular? Well this one was meant to be a celebration of finding a cheap (ish) route to fielding the myriad of versions of ‘technicals’ (Toyota Hilux or Toyota Land Cruiser) in 28mm for actions in the Middle East. Unfortunately……
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