October 24, 2015 by brennon
Out of the two of these Command groups I would have to say that the one in red would have my vote. I think the characters are a lot more interesting although I do think some of the proportions could do with a bit of work. The chap with the Standard in Command B looks like he has a few problems with his bones.
When things go pear shaped and everyone starts to get shot at then that’s where the Ottoman Casualties are going to be useful. This set gives you some wounded, dead and retreating soldiers.
More games should do this for Sci-Fi and Fantasy to show where a unit was destroyed. It would certainly add a bit of story to a tabletop and stop it looking so plain after the game is over.
What do you think?
"More games should do this for Sci-Fi and Fantasy to show where a unit was destroyed..."