Sunday, September 30, 2012

Where to go, where to go...

I've been sort of busy with school and other things lately, so progress is incredibly slow. I've also been thinking about switching eras, from the Yugoslav Wars to the Korean War in 15mm. I think I've decided that 15mm should be the correct scale 1: Because it's cheap 2: You get a lot more for your money 3: Easier to store your freakin' minis!
Now, I know I tend to beat myself up when looking for a good era, and so far nothing has changed.
Although, I have narrowed it down to the following:
The Korean War (1950-1953): Slow, stagnant, LOTS of infantry, somewhat like WW1 but more recent, lots of countries involved.
A Civil War on a distant planet: Could be however I want it to be!
First Balkan War: Semi-modern, wouldn't really fit Force on Force...

Well, I'll be busy trying to make up my mind about what era to choose. It's leaning towards Korea, but suggest an era if you'd like!
Stay tuned!


  1. Korea sounds neat, there should be a lot of WW2 stuff that could be used for this, then also the Pegasus M-26...
    Good luck on whatever you choose!

    1. That's what I was thinking. Peter Pig has some really really good 15mm U.S. Marines, but I think even some stuff from Flames of War would work as well.

  2. Korea is an interesting challenge to game; can be done in 1/72 with infantry by the box, not much armor involved but what there was is pretty cool. NK & Chinese infantry are based on multiple stands and use lots of hidden movement. The 'human wave' assaults are really a myth, infiltration and close assault tactics were the norm.

    1. Using those tactics sure would be a challenge...