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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian18 Aug 2022 6:18 p.m. PST

You were asked – TMP link

What type of battlefield terrain do you most enjoy for wargaming?

15% of the votes: "Open fields"
14%: "Rolling hills"
13%: "Bridges or other choke points"
12%: "Urban terrain"
7%: "Mountain passes"

COL Scott ret29 Aug 2022 10:42 a.m. PST

Yes I would fight them "here or there, I would fight them anywhere."

Apologies to Dr Seuss.

UshCha29 Aug 2022 10:50 a.m. PST

To be honest typically I like a mix, in the early days at 1/72 you have little option but to do urban terrain . If the ground scale is to far out, fields supposed to be 600m and only 1 ft on the board looks daft to me with 1/72 tanks. With 1/144 minis you can get a field to look like a field not a pen and get both tanks and infantry in if the terrain is reasonable.

I would love to try a mountain pass but those sort of elevations are not really possible without very specialist terrain and its not worth the effort as far as I am concerned.

COL Scott ret29 Aug 2022 1:51 p.m. PST

Ush,
I am also a 1/72 guy, although mostly horse and musket – so no tanks. once you wrap your head around the fact that 18 men represent 600 then the scale is better.

UshCha30 Aug 2022 12:03 a.m. PST

COL Scott ret to be honest Horse and Musket rules do better, the terrain is more open, in most places. Its only in Broitain that the |Light infantry was born as by then the UK was getting to "busy" to deploy large numbers of traditional line troops. Unfortunately some tank games dont seem to grasp such basics.

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