My 15mm British Arsenal so far….

Posted: December 9, 2014 in 15mm, Battlefront, British, Flames Of War, WW2
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As the end of the Year is just round the corner I

decided to go for a group shot of my growing British

forces which are being assembled to take on my Panzer

Lehr sledgehammer.

Just click on a picture to enlarge. Be aware these

pictures are quite big 🙂

Everything1-1

Everything2-1

Everything3-1

Plenty more room on the table so best get painting.

I think some aerial power is required ?

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Comments
  1. sho3box says:

    Really nice, enviable in fact. The terrain sets them off so well too.

    • 40kterminatus says:

      This is the first time I have got them all out of the box and I surprised myself with how much room they take up. Best get building some more terrain 🙂

  2. Don’t know much about the game itself but yes, after all those tanks I think the picture would look great with more infantry and Spitfires.

    • 40kterminatus says:

      Yes I need a lot more infantry and tank busters in the shape of Hawker Typhoons. Saying that planes are just bling in Flames Of War but nice looking bling.

  3. arkiegamer says:

    That’s fantastic. It all looks great assembled in one place!

  4. An impressive army. They really look good lined up like that.

  5. Reivaj says:

    Wow how many points?

  6. Fantastic – I must do more to add to and improve my own terrain as your army looks great in that setting.

    • 40kterminatus says:

      Sometimes you just need to get everything out of the box just to see how much stuff you have painted over the year.

  7. Chris Kemp says:

    Wouldn’t like to be a German facing that lot! Needs More Trucks :O)

    Kind regards, Chris.

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