The progress of my WWII Rzhev campaign has been halted while I scramble to build terrain for the next encounter which takes place in a Russian village. A while back, I purchased a Russian church from Warlord Games which is an almost must have for any Russian village and with that purchase I also bought a pack of barbed wire to make some obstacles with & the razorwire barricades set.
Well, I’ve finally gotten around to assembling the wire barricades. The wooden parts are all MDF.
The pack comes with enough pieces & wire to build 5 barricades. I put them really close together for the photo, but on the game mat they will be spaced further apart.
The purpose of barbed wire obstacles is to impede the movement of enemy troops, slowing them down while keeping them in the killing fields of automatic weapons.
Terrain building isn’t bad, I just suck at it, which is why I stick to the easy stuff to build & purchase ready made items whenever I can afford it (which isn’t often).
I’m hoping to have all the terrain done so I can play a game toward the end of April. I still have a few ruins to build & some buildings to paint.
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