|I struggle to get good pictures on the gaming table. Anyone have any tips for taking good pictures? I had my daylight bulbs overhead today but they just made everything look shiny and washed out.|
I built these as hedges and not bocage as I find the bocage rules are extremely challenging for tank armies. It is very historical but I find that tanks are totally crippled by needing skill checks to get anywhere and especially if they have to assault over bocage (which they invariably do). For this reason, I built these as hedges. Lots of hedges are still pretty tough for tanks as some of their greatest assets (speed and being able to do damage at a distance, the classic Cromwell conundrum) are mitigated by lots of linear terrain. I'm also planning to build in gaps and open gates to allow for more movement through hedged areas. I dislike games where an entire infantry army hides in a single hedged area and is totally protected from shooting before the enemy assaults the hedges. I'd love to hear some other ideas in the comments about how to have lots of linear terrain and hedges without overly favouring infantry armies.
|I actually used the KV-1 and Tiger 1 in a Mid-War game today. They didn't do anything except get blown up but at least they looked pretty doing it.|
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