Zulu Casualty Bases

After my last Anglo-Zulu Wars game I decided that dice as casualty markers just don’t cut it.  I have a good stash of the wonderful casualty/turn markers from Warbases in the UK.  I also had some Zulu casualty figures from Black Tree Designs. Seemed obvious really.  The bases have the numbers 0-12 so can be used for both recording casualties or as turn markers.

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Seven bases – one for each regiment I have painted so far. Will need another eight before I am finished.
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Used one of my 70mm custom made bases for a slightly larger base. The others are all 40mm.

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2 thoughts on “Zulu Casualty Bases”

  1. Nicely done. We use a single casualty figure to mark disorder, white caps for hits and a skull bead for shaken.

    May have to look into this idea and then the skull bead or red cap could mark disorder.

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