Welcome to AGSH. A wargaming blog dedicated to my Dad and the world's most noble hobby; collecting toy soldiers. Here toy soldiers clash in great battles from scales of 3mm to 54mm. Also the historical records of the imaginary states of the 6mm Republic of Prussia, the Kingdom of Aksum, the Principality of Huack, the Khedivate of Turkoslavia and the Duchy of Saxe-Huack.

"Truly it can be said of him, without count are his soldiers & beyond measure his might." - Prince Edward in reference to Lord Butler & his invasion force departing London for Mars.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Models and Forces in Brigadier General

One of the appealing aspects of the upcoming Brigadier General Miniature Rules are the abstracted armies.  You don't have to spend a small fortune or spend weeks painting up a force for Brigadier.  As an example, you can pick up a sample pack of WW2 models for your favorite army from GHQ for only $7.95.  In these sample packs comes a truck, a tank, an artillery piece and 9 infantry.  In Brigadier terms that is 1 complete artillery battery with gun, truck and crew.  1 complete infantry company, and a start for an armored company.  So if you buy 2 packs you would already have 2 infantry companies, 2 artillery batteries, and an armored company. 5 elements for only $16.  Almost half of a 12 element force completed.

Conversely if 3mm is your thing look no further than PicoArmor's sample packs; for $8 you receive a lot of models for a small investment.  You receive enough models to build a very good start on 2 WW2 North African forces.  So far I've invested around $20 in my 3mm WW2 DAK Force you've seen pictured here in articles and below for reference.  That price also includes the first 10 elements of a British 8th Army Force.


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