Advanced Deployment releases Portable Terrain Set

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In Terrain
Jun 29th, 2011
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Southpaw Art and Design have added a Portable Terrain Set to their Advanced Deployment range of gaming accessories.

Portable Terrain Set

From their announcement:

Southpaw Art and Design is proud to present Realms of the Flatlands Terrain Set One: Temperate Fantasy Land.

Introducing an innovative take on terrain, this set is simple, affordable, and best of all doesn’t take up much space. We’re gamers just like you, and we can’t always make it down to the FLGS to play on full boards. Also, like many of you, we live in a small apartment, we’ve got room for a portable board, but we certainly don’t have the space for a box of terrain.

And thus was born the Realms of the Flatlands. This terrain set is made of durable acrylic, there is enough pieces to fill a basic battle board and yet stores away in a 6x2x9 box. It’s perfect for on-the-go games, playing on portable boards, or just supplying you with terrain that isn’t soda can forests, and book hills.

Terrain Set One comes with the following pieces:

  • 1 Tower (grey acrylic, four walls, roof, rubber band)
  • 1 Pond (transparent blue acrylic)
  • 1 Large hill (green acrylic, two pieces)
  • 1 Small hill (green acrylic, two pieces)
  • 2 Fences (brown and green acrylic)
  • 1 Large Forest (green acrylic base and two transparent green trees)
  • 1 Small Forest (green acrylic base and two transparent green trees)

Hills can be stacked to create a more “hill-like” effect, or used individually, giving you the option of four hills, they can also be used to represent difficult terrain. The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.

Shipping in the US is Priority mail, so we can get your set to you ASAP.

We are currently taking pre-orders for this limited release, and are offering our set at a reduced introductory price. These sets will ship in July, and their introductory price will raise at that time.

Never play on an empty board again.

  • Nosaj Verush

    Smart idea. Great for those lunch room games.

    • Zac

      Or DB-x games

  • Repeter

    Hmm, this is kind of cool. I love innovation and this comes out of left field (in a good way).

  • oconlan

    Damn… should have patented it… Battlefield in a Box