- 22/12/2017 at 05:15 #7962922/12/2017 at 06:20 #79633Norm SParticipant
Enjoyable, thanks and a scenario that plays to the strengths of 6mm. There was a chap who in his scenarios declared that a game would last for as many turns as your rules allow infantry to move between points A and B (A and B were usually opposite sides of the table), which seemed a very flexible approach.22/12/2017 at 10:29 #79658RuarighParticipant
Thanks for these great reports and a hefty dose of nostalgia. WRG rules were the first WW2 rules I played and I still have some affection for them.14/01/2018 at 10:04 #81822
Thanks both. I have found the WRG 1925-1950 to be both relatively simple and solid and haven’t seen much reason to change.
https://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/14/01/2018 at 20:02 #81884ThuseldParticipant
Those games reinforce my decision to make my stalled 6mm WW2 project a priority this year.
So many questions though:
1. How have you made your terrain mat?
2. How have you made your 6mm roads? Felt?
3. How have you made the hedgerows? Are they just clump foliage on lolly sticks or something?15/01/2018 at 02:08 #81906Ivan SorensenParticipant
Nice looking game and it’s nice to see a 6mm game that isn’t hundreds of tanks.
You can do smaller battles in small scales too 🙂
Nordic Weasel Games
https://www.wargamevault.com/browse/pub/5701/Nordic-Weasel-Games?src=browse570115/01/2018 at 06:29 #81908
The roads are just roofing felt with some parts of the edges flocked in parts to help blend it in.
Yes, the hedgerows are clump foliage stuck onto semi-cylindrical dowel, painted dark brown.
All very easy stuff. The terrain mat feels daunting but once you actually lay the stuff out, it is really simple.
https://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/15/01/2018 at 08:51 #81915Nick RiggsParticipant
Great reports Whirlwind! What was the AI system that you were using?15/01/2018 at 09:29 #81916
Thank you. The AI is a system called the Threat Generation System, which was published in Miniature Wargames magazine a while ago.
https://hereticalgaming.blogspot.co.uk/15/01/2018 at 12:39 #81928Nick RiggsParticipant
Thanks for the link!
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