There are two sets. One is a set of five wire barricades and another checkpoint set. That gives you a satisfying amount of stuff.I decided to go for a pre-war or early war feel, so instead of drab browns or camo I wanted an in your face, you better stop now or else feel and choose to paint all everything except for the signs read and white.
That’s my terrible attempt at Gothic German script.
The sentry box and barrier. The barrier comes in two parts, the barrier on a hinge and a resty thing. It was a little finicky to put together.
You can pass!
The sentry box was fun to assemble and paint. “Ach, so!” Here, Feldwebel Stronk catches Geferiter Finkel snacking while on guard duty.
The checkpoint set comes with two useful signs.
Now that I have a checkpoint, I need a 28mm(ish) vehicle to go through it, particularly one that looks appropriately German, per perhaps carrying resistance types disguised as Germans. Also, this set comes with four useful Luftwaffe/pilot types who will go nicely with my cross German aviatrix.
I’m going to award myself a total of nine separate terrain pieces for my yearly total, since there are five barricades, a sentry box, two signs, and the gate. That seems right, especially as everything got based.
These figures bring my 2014 totals to:
28mm Mounted: 13, 28mm Foot: 42, 28mm Artillery: 1, 28mm Terrain Pieces: 9
20mm Foot: 33, 20mm Artillery: 2, 20mm Vehicles: 2, 20mm Terrain Pieces: 2
15mm Vehicles: 5, 15mm Foot: 26, 15mm Terrain Pieces: 3
6mm Foot: 120, 6mm vehicles: 4, 6mm Terrain Pieces: 2
Kilometres Run: 925