It's a common conceit on the tabletop to have pristine 'David Winter Cottage' style farms and villages. The unfortunate truth is that contested areas in any warzone see homes destroyed.
Whilst I'm keen to have a few buildings on the tabletop that reflect the Eastern European/sub Balkan nature of Alcovia's architecture. I also want to mirror the images of war torn villages I found on the net when looking at the wars in Chechnya, South Ossetia and former Yugoslavia.
Ironclad Miniatures produce a fine range of 20mm 'generic ruins' that can be used on their own or dressed with maybe one or two less damaged typical 'Eastern Front' houses, church and scenic accessories to create a more Eastern European image.
Looking at Ironclad's 'generic ruins' sets, I feel that 20-Ruin3 provides the best value for money. 20-Ruin3 comes with 20 ruined building sections and 12 shellholes/piles of rubble/debris. Being generic in appearance, the set will also be useful for my Winter of '79, British Civil War scenario and more.