Basic Gameplay Overview
The most basic type of sandbags emplacement, designed as a machine gun nest but can of course be used for any small size gun or direct fire ordnance and would be at home in virtually any theatre! Includes a separate piece featuring a jerrycan of water and a spare ammo box, which would be kept a little behind, also well protected with sandbags. As usual...
A typical sandbags strongpoint with a separate roof piece and two different "L" shaped sections of fortifications made with sandbags piled over foundations of discarded boxes and drums filled with soil. Toward the end of the war old tyres started to be piled on top of such fortifications for extra protection, a practice that proved very effective and it...
A much larger sandbag bunker than theÂ 28mm frontline sentry post, comes with a separate roof piece and two "L" shaped sections of fortifications plus a small ammo boxes pile. WhileÂ 28003CBÂ can contain only two figures mounted on 25mm round bases this imposing emplacement can comfortably fit four in, with some room to spare, so plenty of space to use it...
An ruined corner of an industrial building, a great place to hide and take cover from enemy fire!Â
The remains of a corner shop, another excellent cover for urban warfare!
A shellhole or a foxhole dug in the rubble of a bombed building, makes an excellent cover also taking advantage of a small still standing portion of brickwall and a piece of a fallen stone frieze!
The corner of an residential building; being the stronger structural components corners and stairwells tend to be all that remain standing after an extensive bombing. For the same reason they make also some of the best available cover in a bombed urban landscape!
A small ammunition dump, featuring also captured enemy weapon and equipment. Perfect to be used also as a game objective!
A hasty built position in the street, with rubble, sandbags and empty ammo boxes.Â
The ruined remnants of a once proud government building, a top spot for rude graffiti as well as a great piece of terrain offering an excellent cover.Â
A frontline refueling station, a pleasure to paint and what better subject for using all those new weathering products? Perfect to be used also as a game objective!
In time of need foxholes could and were dug even in a city park or in a public garden! Such entrenchments, were fell trees were used as structural support for the defences while the dirt dug out from the inside was piled on the exterior, were easy and quick to build, required no special material or training and offered considerable protection even from HE...
Brick masonry and steel reinforced concrete were commonly used together in buildings, and this piece features such a structure extensively damaged in a very realistic way.Â