Taking History Too Far

Recently, a new miniatures website launched with rules and background info for running alternate history WWII games. And when I say alternate, I mean the occult Nazis with zombie soldiers variety. Although this is essentially a fan site, it’s nicely put together and includes a well-done gallery showing off painted minis and dioramas. In a thread about the new site, one poster on a minis-related forum had this to say:

How historically correct is this? The models in the background are wearing the splinter camo. The troops that were used in these experiments of reanimation were SS troops. Should the undead be wearing pea dot or another pattern that was more associated with the SS?

Yes, it’s very important to get your camo scheme right when playing with Nazi zombies! And people wonder why historical games continue to struggle.

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