Mike and I, however, have played a couple of Cities of Death (formerly: Cityfight) games there recently. Whilst assembling the City was easily enough done using the splendid buildings available at Warhammer World, the CoD rules call for several markers known as "Stratagems" to highlight key strategic points in the game. These (for the most part) take the form of small scenic objects which I've depicted here.
The Ammo Dumps are made from plasticard bases with a texturing layer of mesh or plastic applied on top, then battlefield accessories of either Citadel (large ammo crates) or Tamiya (all the rest - from a WWII set) provenance are added.
|An Ammo dump|
|Another Ammo dump|
The sandbags are from a Tamiya set. The barricades are from a couple of small Citadel building models (which I think were taken from an Imperial Guard army box-set) and various bits & bobs added from my spares box.
|Tamiya sandbags - a great model, but they take some building as each sandbag is an individual piece.|
|Barricades - Citadel buildings and bits from the spares box|
|The corrugated iron is just paper - comes on a large roll from your local craft shoft. Very cheap, but very effective once painted.|
Built from a vehicle dozer blade (for the main antenna), some items from the "Battle for Macragge" boxed set, plasticard and a few bits of wire.
|Very fiddly to make - lots of wire bending with pliers!|
|Worth the effort though as I think all the wires make this model work far better than if they weren't there.|
The Fuel Dumps are made from plasticard bases with a texturing layer of mesh or plastic applied on top, then battlefield accessories of either Citadel (large barrels, Fuel cells) or Tamiya (all the rest - from a WWII set) provenance are added.
|Tamiya WWII Tank traps|
|More Tamiya Tank traps|
|Tank traps: Never go to a Cities of Death game without them (unless playing against Tyranids, who don't have tanks, Eldar or Tau - those sneaky alien skimmer-tanks just float right over them).|