I am quite new to the game (although not mini gaming), 4 games under my belt this year with the first being like 3 years ago, and I am enjoying the hell out of it.
My first army was easier to setup since it was all *Ax, Ps and LH, so there was no question on base size.
However, my next forces are looking at using 4Bd and maybe a 4Wb. My question is:
15 or 20? I have both, so I am fine either way, but why chose one over the other? I see most videos on Youtube (mostly from Tony & Mitch) where I see those units on 15s. What am I missing? If this has been answered before, could someone show me the thread?
I started basing my solid infantry on 20mm deep bases a while back. My main reason was that we use sculpted hills, not terraced and 15mm deep bases often have trouble falling over if advancing figures are facing downhill. The deeper bases just don't fall over as easily. Also, more room on the base leads to less interlocking of supporting bases. Small beer either way.