RCW using TOTW

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sukhe_bator
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RCW using TOTW

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A few pics of my 15mm set up which I am hoping to use TOTW with...
The Red armoured rain Comrade Blyukher on an out of the way spur of the TSR
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Siberian village
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A Chinese fortress on the China/Mongolian border
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A more unusual objective - a Marconi wireless array on the Chinese border
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Railway on the desert frontier with China
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The first of two improvised armoured trains for wargaming the Malleson Mission in Turkmenistan in 1919
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You have some amazing terrain there!

I am particularly impressed by the Chinese fortress. Is it scratch-built or shop-bought?
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The Chinese fortress is entirely scratchbuilt as is the majority of the other terrain. There is a dearth of material for this theatre, which made it that much more of a challenge. I had great fun converting and creating a Chinese Warlord army in 15mm as well, complete with camel mounted scouts
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another w.i.p. terrain piece is my Mongolian monastery compound
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I have been looking at these pictures....bloody hell, I am impressed.
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Just need an appearance by the last Khan of Mongolia to be complete
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Since these were taken I have made a similarly in-depth foray into the Mexican Revolution, with home-grown scenery. Figures are mostly PP with a smattering of Freikorps and local native guides, rancheros, banditos as well as numerous factions of the revolutionary forces, federalistas, armoured trains and even a landing party of the Armada de Mexico are represented. I am thinking ToTW would cater for this Revolutionary conflict just as well.
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