However, the cardboard buildings available in the game do not offer any options in how you represent destroyed buildings on the tabletop. So being a Wargame terrain geek I decided to see what modelling possibilities existed. My own club have decided to build 1 inch high blocks of polystyrene with the same footprint as the DZC buildings with appropriate texture added and painted grey to represent the collapse.
I took a different approach and considered what the cardboard buildings could offer in a quick and easy approach. Below are my photographs to illustrate.
1. Take an unmade building and with scissors cut the bottom inch away from the main body. Please note that you will need to measure this as the inch is less than the height indicated as the height of the ground floor windows.
If you are looking for something a bit more substantial, less prone to damage and a bit more pleasing to the eye, then I suggest you provide the bottom half with some rigidity by adding strength to the walls (thicker cardboard or foam board as I have used in the picture below) or in addition making a floor within it, perhaps including some detail to represent the collapsed building if you wish. Happy gaming.