Monday, November 16, 2015

Thirty Years War Casualties



Can´t have to few Casualty bases... I painted up a bunch of  Warlord Games Pike and Shot Casualties minis, added some damaged guns and a dead horse in to the mix.

More Thirty Years War minis will come during the next weeks as I plan to start a small playtest campaign at the club for the Pikeman´s Lament set during the TYW.















22 comments:

  1. Awesome. Adds a great effect to the table. Better than regular tokens. cheers

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  2. Those are really good, the added detritus certainly adds to the effect.

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  3. Great work on the casualties Michael!

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  4. Nice work Michael, they add so much to a game!

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  5. Splendid as always Michael! I see you've also done some tree modelling – excellent! :)

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    1. Inspired by your work i just had to tryout

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  6. Good work Michael. Looking forward to hearing more about The Pikeman's Lament

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  7. Awesome, casualties make all the difference! :-)

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  8. Very fine work, they will add alot of diorama to any wargame table.

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  9. They work particularly well Michael.

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  10. These are really nice, they will add something to the gaming table!

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  11. Lovely stuff! I'll put them to good use when I visit, I always take a lot of casualties :-)

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    1. Thanks Dan !

      Indeed they Will come in good use when younjoinup for some Stockholm TYW gaming :)

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  12. Creative and brilliant - especially the collapsed guns and dead horse really make this lot stand out.

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  13. As I never tire to say: One can never have anything like too many casualty markers!
    They'll certainly spice up your games Michael.

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