Thursday Terrain Corner

By Polar_Bear
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Mar 2nd, 2017
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The week continues to just crawl on by. Man, I’ve not felt a week has taken this long for quite a while. I feel like I should be typing up the Friday Snippets instead of the Thursday Terrain Corner. But here we are. What do you suppose the chances are that the weekend will be like that? Where Saturday afternoon I’ll be going, “Geeze! Isn’t it supposed to be Monday by now!?” Probably very low. But, in the meantime, let’s make your gaming tables look as good as possible.

Today in the Terrain Corner we have: Battlefront Features Battlefield in a Box: Small Desert Houses, Robot City Obelisks Available From Frontline Gaming, Obelisk and Amphora sets Available From Tabletop-Art, Battlefront Features Battlefield in a Box: Desert Walls, Battlefield Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame, New Arabian Terrain From Najewitz Modellbau, and New Exotic Locations Terrain From Sally 4th.

Battlefront Features Battlefield in a Box: Small Desert Houses

Scenery has always played a vital part in Flames of War. With the pending release of 4th Edition and the return to the desert for Mid-war, we’ve taken the opportunity to refresh our range of Battlefield in a Box desert terrain.

Four walls and a roof provide the infantryman with protection from small-arms fire and shell fragments. Making them difficult to winkle out without the aid of some real firepower.

Robot City Obelisks Available From Frontline Gaming

We have 3 new ITC Terrain pieces for you: Robot City Obelisks! We’ve got 3 sizes to choose from: small, medium and large, or you can purchase all three in a bundle pack and save some money!

These of course, look awesome on the Robot City FLG mat.

More Robot City terrain pieces will be release all month of March so stay tuned.

Obelisk and Amphora sets Available From Tabletop-Art

The obelisk consits of two parts, the dimensions are about 153x26mm. The amphora set includes 12x amphorae.

Battlefront Features Battlefield in a Box: Desert Walls

Scenery has always played a vital part in Flames of War. With the pending release of 4th Edition and the return to the desert for Mid-war, we’ve taken the opportunity to refresh our range of Battlefield in a Box desert terrain.

Solid walls are an infantryman’s best friend, providing concealment and cover from enemy fire.

Battlefield Game Mat Available From Pwork Wargame

The Gaming Mat Battlefield is a PVC or CLOTH made rollable terrain mat, ideal for wargames, in size 4×6’ (122x183cm), 4×4’ (122x122cm), 3×3’ (92x92cm), 3×6′ (92x183cm), representing the scenery of a theater of battle, scattered with explosions, burn marks and bloodstains.
The Gaming Mat Battlefield offers the possibility of setting battles between armies of miniatures on a bare moorland, where the fury of the fightings and the marching of soldiers did not leave nothing but gravel on the ground. The mat is a perfect Science-Fiction setting for futuristic game play, and It’s also ideal for historical or fantasy fights! Are you ready to battle?
You can choose Battlefield printed on high quality PVC or on synthetic Cloth, its awesome graphic grants a wonderful and great-looking setting for your favourite wargames

New Arabian Terrain From Najewitz Modellbau

For your table, we provide arab buildings in scale 1:72. Good for North Africa and Middle East

New Exotic Locations Terrain From Sally 4th

Terra-Block:Exotic Locations is a set of 28mm tabletop wargames terrain inspired by the movie industry, so we have ‘Locations’, these are the buildings. The Locations are Rick’s Cafe, The Museum of Antiquities, The Ancient Souk and Riad El Hasam. Rick’s Cafe is the ‘core location’, you need the pieces from this to complete the other locations, so for example The Museum of Antiquities contains the pieces that you need to add to Rick’s Cafe to transform it into the Museum.

For each location we have developed ‘Set Dressings’. These kits provide the pieces to furnish the Sets, so for example the Set Dressings for Rick’s Cafe includes the tables and chairs, heart shaped bar etc. and the Set Dressings for the Ancient Souk contains the market stalls, packing cases, hand cart etc.

To finish off the range we have ‘Props’. Props are the detailed resin and metal castings that bring the tabletop world to life. The props for the museum include a wide range of exhibits, designed to fit into the display cases from the museum’s set dressing kit. The exhibits include an Egyptian sarcophagus, urns, books, statues and many other items. Props for the souk (or marketplace) include fruit, vegetables, spices and pulses to fit the tables and stalls in the Souk set dressings kit and the Riad Props set consists of cushions and an old fashioned colonial style fan. The final set is titles ‘Exotic-Location Props’, these are cast in pewter and contains 31 separate pieces including telephones, lamps, place settings, tagines and a mantelpiece clock that can be used to finish off Rick’s Cafe or any of the other locations.

Exotic Locations was initially available via Indigogo and is released as a retail product, available for immediate shipping today

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