8
Nov
01
2017

Soviet Machine Gun Platoon

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…

4
Apr
12
2016

Dug In British Infantry

I’m now putting the finishing flourishes on my  new late WW2 British force for Chain of Command. Well, I say British, but these guys are just as likely to be played as Polish or Kiwi infantry, although at the moment  I’m mostly playing as the 49th (West Riding) Division as we play through Operation Martlet. […]

11
Jan
19
2016

Field Defences

Nothing says 20th century warfare like miles of barbed wire and signs ominously warning “Achtung minen!”:

4
Jan
12
2016

Soviet Fortified Region Machine Gun Platoon List for Chain of Command

Warning! This is an experimental list, and isn’t intended to be a balanced and flexible force like a generic infantry platoon. It’s radically different from most units you’d field in CoC and I think it’s interesting for that reason. Give it a go, your feedback would be much appreciated.   Originally derived from garrison units […]

0
Jan
10
2015

Heavy weapon emplacements

Since making my Germans in foxholes for Chain of Command, I decided I needed to be able to dig some heavy weapons in too. In CoC you can dig in up to four teams, which means two sections or a section and up to two heavy weapons. I recently read on Richard Clarke’s blog about the vac-formed […]

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