Monday, August 12, 2013

Regimental Fire & Fury - Disorder/Silenced Markers


After a few games of Regimental Fire & Fury I have found there is a need to mark disorder or silenced on our units which have sustained hits. We have done this in the past with red flat skulls, which really don't look the part. So as per the rules I decided to purchase a couple of Perry Miniatures causality packs, which I hope will smarten up our gaming table. The Perry's have done a great job with these guys but I would like to see another pack which has a more Confederate feel about it.








12 comments:

Phil said...

Great looking stands!

Carlo Pagano said...

Beautiful work Nathan - look fantastic.

Vinnie said...

Thanks Phil and Carlo, you have to make the table top look good at all times. Carlo your Sudan games are excellent. I will have to come and visit again sometime for a roll in the sand.

regards

Nathan

Dave Hancox said...

Looking good mate :)

Now you have those, you wont need any more troops, just place them in from of my Rebs and the game will be done :)

Vinnie said...

Hahaha!! Dave you will lose one day.....

Rodger said...

Beautiful markers!

Doc Smith said...

A big fan of casualty markers and with F&F as with BlackPowder you can never have enough of 'em! Perry's really have done a nice job - glad to see a running Bluebelly - I thought the Napoleonic Austrian version was just pure discrimination! Lovely job on the painting and basing too.

Scott MacPhee said...

The Perry figures are nice indeed. Have you looked at Sash and Saber for your Confederates?

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

These look great! I need to make a few of these as well.

Say if your looking for a more confederate feel then Redoubt has a superb variation in casualty figures.

Christopher

Vinnie said...

Thanks Doc, Scott and Christopher for the comments you are very right you can never have enough of them. Scott I have ordered the Sash & Saber Confederate casualities just the other day, as I love the figure range and have already the Iron Brigade from them.

All the best

Nathan

James Fisher, FINS said...

Those markers are a cut above! Great stuff

Scheck said...

Incredible realistic! Fantastic work!
- Peter