Sirius wrote:Compared to Warhammer FB and 40K, Warmachine/Hordes, and Infinity, Malifaux and the like, I have found WW2 gaming to be really not expensive at all. Admittedly, i am only playing 28mm skirmish encounters, and have no plans for massive tank battles, but model for model the WW2 miniatures are generally cheaper than the fantasy & scifi miniatures. There is a healthy number of manufacturers, so you can shop around to find miniatures to suit your pocket, and rules to suit your pocket.
BigMike wrote:At least if you want to play ww2 you have the option of plastic troopers. I'd love to have a go at some chariot wars era gaming but i'd need a few hundred metal infantry as well as chariots at at least £10 a pop any would need at least a dozen to get going. - I'd vote for that being the most expensive period to start simply because all of the stuff is metal.
BigMike wrote:Probably Egyptian, although Trojan would be mighty tempting too.
I really shouldn't dwell too much on these thoughts too much though - i have a 4 division Classical greek army for HC sitting in front of me atm!
BigMike wrote:Cheers Al, I 'might' hate you, but the boss certainly will!
What's the quality like? i might end up getting a box of the infantry and see if it scratches the itch!
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