|Everything I need (and carry) to fit on a 4'x6' table and run a game.|
|Here's an assortment of blocks, trees, colored beads (as gaming aids since I abhor using counters if at all necessary), colored sand, etc. I recommend getting a leveling laser for determining LOS.|
|City Components: loose 3/4" and 1/2" blocks, spray painted gray for generic urban / town setting. Beige / sand colored blocks are used for Mid East scenarios (see below)|
|Standard gray chip board cut to match hex, this represents hard paved areas such as concrete and asphalt, note the absence of streets, etc. The plainer the better.|
|Scratch built trellis bridges - more cost effective for me especially since I need a few of these buggers (8 minimum) for the Blood and Bridges map. Lotsa river crossings!|
|Put 'em all together and Voila!|
|Infantry platoons fighting from town hexes. Roads: sand, Rough hex adjacent to town: lizard litter; Fields: print fabric|
On to more gaming...