I thought it might be interesting for me to write up a brief discussion on the various types of casualty markers I use.
Casualty markers are a necessary evil for me as pretty much all of my figures are mounted on multiple bases, so I can't remove single figures to represent loses (at this point the 28mm brigade snort and switch over to the other channel).
I've seen a few different methodologies. The mini dice seem to be in vogue at the moment, as they're discrete and you can turn them over in order to record the number of hits. I'm not a fan as they can be easily separated from the unit they relate to, or knocked over to show another number.
The main downside is that some of my bases have these as decoration on them, so it can be hard to tell how many hits a base has actually got!
These will work for Armati as you don't ever take off bases except when the unit breaks and it should be clear what unit they're attached to. To make them go further I've pinched an idea off Chris Ager, a Monday Night irregular. Some of the figures are based on pennies, as these fine fellows are, and count as one casualty.
I concede they look nicer than the rings. I wonder how long my patience with them will last.