6" Popsicle stick with match stick post. I used a Dyno label maker, which happened to have the skull image built into it.
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Don't forget that "dead" might not mean killed. It could also represent guys who have run off with no chance of rallying. The remaining men might represent a cadre still feeling confident thus no shock (and they might not even be aware yet of the runners).
This forum does not allow hosting pictures so you need somewhere that will upload your pictures and display them using a URL. Dropbox hosts picture files but does not display them. My solution: create a blog and post your pix to it. Right click your pic from your blog to get its URL and use that URL...
When activating a squad to fire, and some of them can't see the target (obstructions or whatever) do they roll their dice too? Usually, what I do is ask the player whether they intend for the figure to be firing or out of LOS when they move the figure into position. We'll even nudge the figure one ...
I'd say an vehicle is open turreted if the open area is 1/2 or less of the overall vehicle area and it is armoured in some way on all sides. It doesn't matter whether the vehicle has an actual turret. Over that amount or it has an open side, call it open top.
- Mon Jul 06, 2020 4:46 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What Scale for Infamy
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This may no longer be accurate, but I read somewhere a long time ago that the average Roman soldier was 5 foot 2 and the average German warrior was 5 foot 7.