28mm Battle of Berlin

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JeffMc77
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28mm Battle of Berlin

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Our club did a Battle of Berlin scenario with the Chain of Command rules the past couple of Fridays. We're still learning the rules, but really liking them. Check out the entire report on my blog-

http://thetabletopwarrior.home.blog/


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Force10
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Re: 28mm Battle of Berlin

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Your terrain is fantastic! I really like the small details like the building interior work.

My friend and I started playing Chain of Command about a year ago and are really enjoying the way the games tend to create a storyline.

May I ask how you did the burned out cars in your layout? Are they die cast?

Great Work!

BaronVonWreckedoften
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Re: 28mm Battle of Berlin

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Wonderful set-up and AAR reports. Keep them coming!
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JeffMc77
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Re: 28mm Battle of Berlin

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Thanks for the kind words guys! I’ve been working on this board off and on for about 5 years now. Making terrain is my favorite part of this hobby.

As for the cars they are resin. One of them came original as an abandoned wreck, while the other one I roughed up with an exacto knife. I think I got them from Blue Moon some years ago. Hard to find 28mm civilian cars from the 20’s and 30’s

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Capt Fortier
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Phenomenal terrain - and love the way the players kind of peek over the tops of tall buildings - like gods playing with the fate of men!
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