How many figures do you have to paint to field a platoon in Chain of Command? 30? 40? 50? Er, how about thirteen? Yes, this is my new Soviet force, and the core platoon has a grand total of thirteen miniatures. How? Read on…
One of the things I love about 20th Century wargames are the tanks and vehicles. I’d much rather be painting an AFV than the infantry to go with it (although strangely I prefer playing games with plenty of infantry over tank-heavy ones…) One thing I try to do is get maximum bang for my buck […]
So, I’ve painted up a load of Samurai and assorted other medieval Japanese bods lately and thought I’d give a quick rundown on some of the miniatures I’ve used and compare them. I’ve always loved the period, and had a load of miniatures in my lead pile intending to play more of Osprey’s excellent skirmish […]
One of the most distinctive troops types in Japanese (and some other eastern Asian) armies are the warrior monks. The original martial artists these guys were not shy about stepping off the temple grounds to go and bust heads, and had a pretty fearsome reputation as warriors.