Thursday Terrain Corner

The week continues along. Just gotta make it to that sweet, sweet Saturday. That’s when I’ll be getting my D&D on. I’m hoping you’ve all got some gaming lined up as well. If you do, you’ll want those gaming tables to look good. That’s just what we’re here to help with today.

In the Terrain Corner we have: AT Gun or HMG position Available From Warlord Games, Indirect Artillery emplacement Available From Warlord Games, Lunette + 5 Pointed Star Fort Available From Warlord Games, New Railing Gateway From Warlord Games, New Orkenburg Signs From Tabletop Scenics, 3D Printable Medieval Terrain Up On Kickstarter, and Cyber City Mat Available From Pwork Wargame.

AT Gun or HMG position Available From Warlord Games

Large enough to accommodate a 70mm diameter base or up to a 70mm wide rectangular base.

A typical example of a field defensive position, suitable for Anti-Tank guns or similar – perfect for an ambush…

Horseshoe in shape, sand bag wall and covered with earth. These could have further logs, bushes or camouflage netting added to blend it in further.

Indirect Artillery emplacement Available From Warlord Games

Large enough to accommodate an 80mm diameter base.

A typical example of a field defensive position, constructed from logs with an earthen bank. The walls were built higher than a mans head to afford the best protection.

Lunette + 5 Pointed Star Fort Available From Warlord Games

Represent the Bagration Flèches, at the Battle of Borodino with this detailed resin masterpiece from Pauls Modelling Workshop

A Lunette, or Redan, was a half-moon construction normally with the point toward the expected enemy advance. Smaller versions known as Flèches were seen in many places during the Napoleonic era onwards, most notably at The battle of Borodino in 1812.

Suitable for most European or North American conflicts between 1590 and 1800. The gateway entrance was often protected by a Ravelin, forcing the enemy to expose its flank during any attack.

New Railing Gateway From Warlord Games

Railings with a hinged gate.

The pack consists of 2 frames – each frame contains 4 lengths of railings, 1 gate pillar and 1 gate making 81cms of railings (including the gate).

New Orkenburg Signs From Tabletop Scenics

This set contains one 1,5mm thick HDF plate full of ripped metal sheets, parts of fences and signs of Orc modifications that you can use for your modelling projects. Each sign needs to be cut out from the plate.
Supplied unassembled and unpainted. Designed for 28mm heroic scale.

Plate size:
14.5 x 19 cm

3D Printable Medieval Terrain Up On Kickstarter

Be the first to receive the files. Some files will be downloadable later in the shop but not all. The packages will be more expensive than here, so save them now and save up to 35%. The models are high quality and highly detailed. You can all models print with ABS or PLA. The mostly parts can be printed without Supports.

You need only a 3D home Printer, the files, filament and then only colors for painting this scenery.

Cyber City Mat Available From Pwork Wargame

Cyber City! Sci-Fi Gaming Mat from Pwork Wargames!

Play your battles in a futuristic city, where hi-tech streets intersperse with modular buildings, among technological skyscrapers, paved roads and cooling-towers!

Materials: PVC / Syntethic Cloth
Available size: 4×6′ / 4×4′ / 3×3′ / 3×6′