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#1
Thought it might be handy to collate a list of which forces our esteemed members are fielding. I don't really have anything as yet, but quite fancy getting a load of SAS jeeps together for some North African desert raid scenarios.
  • Chris - Soviet late war
  • Steve - Late War British Armoured guards
  • Stu - the beginnings of an SAS desert raiding party
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#2
I am collecting a Soviet Late War force, it'll be a mix of Artillery, tanks and infantry.

Hoping to have it gaming ready in the next couple of months!
40K - Dark Angels, Dark Eldar, Necrons; Lord of the Rings - lots; Bloodbowl - Dwarves, Wood Elves; SAGA - Anglo Danes & Welsh; Guildball - Morticians, Engineers; Dropzone/fleet - Shaltari
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#3
Is this system any good? Tempted to look into it at some point
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#4
its not bad, fairly quick to get to basics. I have Late War British Armoured guards
Flames of War- Irish Guards Bloodbowl- Orcs, Humans
Cutlass- Teddy Bear Pirates Warhammer- Bretonnia
6mm WW2- XXX Corps 28mm WW2- Rules of Engagement, Bolt Action, Chain of Command
28mm Zulu War- Still painting !! SAGA Normans, Saracens
Bolt Action - German and British Infantry
Malifaux - Gremlins
Guildball - Butchers
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#5
I love German late war tanks like the Panzer IV and Tiger, so would be tempted to go Germans simply for those.
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#6
(14-07-2012, 09:46 PM)Nick Wrote: I love German late war tanks like the Panzer IV and Tiger, so would be tempted to go Germans simply for those.

The Tiger is expensive so you won't have many troops if you take them.
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#7
Bah who needs troops ^_^
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#8
love blowing up tigers!! ok, so it dont happen much!! Panthers are quite good, gives you more tanks for your points, plus support
Flames of War- Irish Guards Bloodbowl- Orcs, Humans
Cutlass- Teddy Bear Pirates Warhammer- Bretonnia
6mm WW2- XXX Corps 28mm WW2- Rules of Engagement, Bolt Action, Chain of Command
28mm Zulu War- Still painting !! SAGA Normans, Saracens
Bolt Action - German and British Infantry
Malifaux - Gremlins
Guildball - Butchers
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#9
I'm gonna get some British armour off the turning tide book. They have churchils! Smile
My armies!
28mm Ancients:Early Imperial Romans (Roman invasion of Britainnia and Germainia with segmented armour) Legio II Augusta along with Praetorian Guard
15mm ww2: British infantry company (ussaully, thought I got a company of tanks)
28mm Napleonics: Austrain- 1st Landwehr (Silly hats)

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#10
late war german SS panzergrenadier's here
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