Hope this experiment works coz I'm hopeless at posting photos. It was a toss-up putting this here or in the Battle Reports section but as there have been so many AARs on St. Ulrich, I'll let you figure out how the game went from the images below. Miniatures are Pendraken. Austrians won. Apologies for the photo quality.
I am a big fan of 10mm, and one of the advantages of HoW is that the scenarios can be rendered at half the scale of the default in the rule book (I use the 15mm QRS with units of 100mm frontage). I like the dice damage markers idea, particularly as it negates the need to paint casualty figures, and I will probably adopt this for my next game. I like the look of the two Hungarian units.
Thanks to Cenedd and Leman. As for the dice markers, Andy, I got the dice and squares for holding the dice from Pendraken. Like you, my collection was based before HoW came along and as I was using other rule sets that required additional markers to denote unit status, you will see from the photos that I have also incorporated a small rectangular area beside the square dice holder. This is a strip of steel paper to which I can attach little magnetic counters to denote unit status (e.g., Out of Command, Rout, etc.). An example of how this looks can be found in the attached photo of a very bad situation for the Prussians in a game I played long ago (apologies to guests - members can click on this to enlarge)! Cheers!
Yeah, he's a cheeky rascal! Thanks for the compliments again. That was a scene from a variation of the Bridge Demolition scenario, one of C S Grant's Tabletop Teasers. In any other game, it would have been game over but the Prussians still "held" the bridge; their engineers supply train with the charges had finally arrived and they were feverishly preparing it for demolition before the Austrians could capture it!