Finger and Toe have released an Egyptian themed terrain set, Pharaoh: The Temple.
From their announcement:
Come away with to the banks of the sacred Nile. Walk along a processional way lined with sphinxes as priestesses, dancers, and musicians celebrate the great festival. Burly, shaven-headed priests carry the sacred bark on their shoulders toward the temple. Enter the outer courtyard through a massive pylon gate, then through a second gate enter the dark and forbidding hypostyle hall, before finally reaching the gloomy sanctuary. Enter Pharaoh: The Temple the latest release from Finger and Toe Models using authentic textures from field research in Egypt.
This is not a quick and easy model. A full temple complex would cover an area two by four feet; although, you can build the way the Egyptians did: start small and expand. Doing that, you could easily have a skirmish site or adventure built in a short evening.
There are nineteen pages of instructions and thirty-eight pages of model sheets.
- Pylon gate (sixteen inches wide and over eight tall),
- Eight types of walls to form the temple courtyards,
- Two types of pillars,
- Two types of pillar capitals,
- Two types of bases,
- An obelisk (twelve and a half inches tall!),
- Roof segments,
- Sacred bark,
- Processional way sphinxes,
Pharaoh: The Temple can be used with either 28mm or 15mm figures, giving it great versality in your wargames terrain collection.
Remember, every Finger and Toe model comes with smoosh assurance: if ya’ll smoosh your Pharaoh: The Temple, a new set waits your summons from hard drive and printer.