Yes, I am confirmed going into Flames of War. My copy of Blood Guts and Glory is finally here. I am into US army. So there will be tanks and armour troops. Browsing through the book, besides the army listing and amazing models photo shoot, there are quite a few articles on histories to read up. Sure bring back memories when I was studying WWII history lessons, haha. As a student last time, it was a chore to read and study about the WWII, now as an adult and from a gaming perspective, reading the WWII history is definitely very enriching.
Painting 15mm miniatures is something new. As I have been painting 28mm or more for years, painting 15mm is definitely something I am looking forward to. The other thing that caught my attention a lot is Flame of War terrain. I was so inspired by the terrain featured in the Wargames Illustrated magazine when I got my first copy last month. More inspiration was also inspired by Melvin for his inspiring terrain when I had my first Flames of War demo game. Setting up or building up a town or farm or country side terrain for the battle fight is all so exciting as well.
Guess I have just set a new collection to collect, which will be collecting or building terrain for Flames of War, haha. But let me get my tanks and troops in first. Talk about tanks and cost, with just around S$300 plus spent, I am complete with my tank company, rulebook, token and even a US paint set to kick start Flames of War. All I can say, should thank GW for the embargo and price hike. Otherwise, I did not realized that there are many other fun games and reasonable pricing miniatures wargaming! Now, its, For History! Cheers!