Damage...Damage...Damage...is what typically results when vehicles engage in combat or simply perform simple task in hostile environments. The point of this campaign is to showcase your destructive skills and making everyone believe that your kits has gone through hell and back so as to tell a story.
From the smallest dent to pierced armor, this campaign hopes to recruit all modellers willing to create some battle damage on their kits. The scenario could either be based on a true account or completely fictional.
The Rules and Regs
- Kits must have obvious battle damage. ie: dents, bent fenders, broken tracks.
- Chipped paint and mild scratches won't be enough.
- All types of land based kits are eligible for this campaign. ie: tanks, wheeled vehicles, amphibious.
- Kits can be from any time frames. ie: WW1 to the Iraq War.
- Dioramas are most welcome!
- Figures are optional but encouraged.
- Bogged down vehicles are included in this campaign. ie: Vehicles trapped in deep drains etc.
- A pile of ash does not count as battle damage. The vehicle needs to be at least visible enough to determine its make and model.
- No limit on the number of submissions.
- Dioramas with ONLY figures depicting injury would be eligible for this campaign.
Upon completion of this campaign, you will be decorated with Armorama's Purple Heart ribbon. This ribbon is awarded to the brave few that have shown dedication and survival instincts in completing a campaign that is dedicated to all men and women that may have been injured or killed in battle.
Only one award per person, per campaign. Multiple submissions still earns a single award.
The official Campaign thread can be found at:
Or navigate to Campaigns and search for the thread titled "The Official Purple Hearts Campaign"
The battle was hard fought and these brave men and women continued to push on in order to meet their objectives and sustained injuries in the process. Casualties were high and buddies were lost but we wouldn't be here today had it not been for these selected few who lived on to tell the story.
Congratulations to all these men and women who successfully completed this campaign!