You might remember that earlier this year I prepared a pair of British stretcher bearers and a handful of British casualties for use in our games of “Through the Mud and theBlood”. It’s taken a while to do the same for the German forces, but in this post I’ve blogged the matching German casualty bases.
On each of the bases I tried to make a small impression to place a micro-dice into, This serves to denote “shock” in the wargame, a feature which generally inhibits or restricts the actions of the unit suffering the “shock”. We found in a lot of games that the micro-dice can get knocked over, hence the need for an impression in the base in which the micro-dice could be stored. Kudos again to Curt from Analogue Hobbies for coming up with this fantastic idea.