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Monday Terrain Corner

And we're back to Monday. Isn't it just grand? Ok, maybe not so much, but still. The next weekend will be here eventually. I have to admit, I didn't get Chinese and watch kung fu. I got sucked into watching This Is Not Happening on YouTube. What can I say? I'm a sucker for stand-up. Speaking of standing up, we have some terrain for you to stand up on your tabletops. Let's take a look.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Hive City Cages of Shame Available From Tabletop Scenics and Fort of Hardknox Up On Kickstarter.

Hive City Cages of Shame Available From Tabletop Scenics

Contents of this frames may be used to make two Hive City Cages of Shame structures.

Instruction is fitted to give guidelines and tips on how to assemble the product. Supplied unassembled and unpainted. Designed for 28mm heroic scale.

Fort of Hardknox Up On Kickstarter

Carefully' constructed from Ironpith cactus, boilerplate, desert rocks and ad-hoc-crete; FORT HARDKNOX has survived attacks by the Big Booted Bovver Bois, scores of Mutant Rokkers, Bio-Troopers, Ratts, Bratts and Governor Gograx's Guards. FORT HARDKNOX keeps on truckin'!

Lay your hard earned teef/tech/delicious rat meat down on a FORD HARDKNOX today and you can enjoy these benefits among many more...

-Flexible semi-modular design. Plonk it down on the table in seconds but create range of setups

-Minimal construction, simply assemble the three-piece walkways, push together the wall sections and you're done!

-Fort Knox is designed to take HARD KNOX. While you will want to be careful with the thinner sections (what else is new!) the wall sections are very tough, and don't need basing.

-All parts are cast in grey resin. No mold release agent is used, NO NEED TO WASH! Brush off any dust and get crackin'.

-While the set is designed as a PA fortress, the walls are equally useful in hive cities, ash wastes and shanty towns!

 

 
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