Mantic: Industrial Battle Zones Terrain

Industrial Quadrant
Mantic has an all new set of modular plastic terrain that will be PERFECT for your tabletop games.  Take a look:

Mantic has send the following images and details over to BoLS to share with you all:

Industrial Battle Zones

The plastic terrain range ships at the end of June 2016.
The range is fully compatible with existing Mantic futuristic and contemporary plastic terrain ranges.
The Industrial Battle Zones comes with a whole host of extras, such as piping, conveyor belts, machinery and more.
Industrial Quadrant
Industrial Quadrant £99.99
Industrail Sector Alt
Industrial Sector £49.99
Industrial SectorIndustrial District
Industrial District £24.99
Industrial Pipe Network
Industrial Pipe Network £9.99

Sprues Images

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Industrial Battle Zones Order Page

~Mad Max approves this terrain range. Looking good Mantic, looking good!
  • Thatroubleshootah

    That stuff looks great and the price is right

  • Kolobius

    I have a few terrain kits by mantic and they are very nicely priced but the way they assemble involves a bit of extra work than the GW ones.

    • jazeroth

      mantic don’t come with instructions. that made me go off the kits real quick and i spent over £200 on them 🙁

      • They’re modular. Why would you need or want instructions?

    • Zingbaby

      Any idea if they can fit with GW terrain kit parts? I’d like to mix the two.

      • Kolobius

        Like all things plastic, you can make them fit. But the way Mantic pieces are fitted it wouldn’t matter if they were compatible. You put one piece next to another piece then you put a 3rd piece as a connecting bit.

  • Deez

    Throwing money at computer… nothing happening.

    • Commissar Ahmad

      Try yelling. Sometimes, jumping up and down works, too.

      • Deez

        Blast, I went straight to crying like a tween at a boy band concert.

    • Jonathan B.

      I slid mine into that slot on the side marked “DVD”. Now it makes a weird racket.

    • petrow84

      Threw a fistful of change, now I can buy a new screen…

  • Richard Mitchell

    I got to grab some for my Dark Age games.

  • These are perfect for detailing a space hulk or doing an underhive board for necromunda. Only downside is mantic’s godawful pegs (which they don’t always give you enough of to make the model on the side of the box) which are just so much less stable than having the parts interlock. My cat broke my sky shield in half.

    I’ll probably pick up some, but I may make my buildings out of foam core and then add the panels as details on top instead of using the clips.

    • Deez

      Brilliant idea, I may steal it! Are you some kind of wizard? Scratch that… Oracle?

      • Just a man on a quest for better terrain. I did give one eye for knowledge.

    • Well, as far as gaming miniatures are concerned, cats are the Great Destroyers anyway. I’ve seen cats break single-piece minis.

      That said, how hard would it be to reinforce the joints with additional bits of sprue? I’ve used that trick with particularly precarious GW builds over the years and it doesn’t look like it’s be too different with these.

      • That’s basically what I did (plasticard not sprue) but the fact that the pieces in the kit couldn’t build the model on the box and the extra clips were like 10 bucks drove me up a wall.

  • Severius_Tolluck

    Looks nice with a good paint job, I won’t complain too much as the price is fair considering. Good for doing conversions, may mix well with the old Pegasus modular terrain for industrial and such! Great for inquisitor 28mm or necromunda games! Possibilities are pretty awesome to mix in with my stash to make spaceships and such.

  • georgelabour

    You see terrain.

    An ork mekboy sees a stompa that just needs some feet, and more dakka.

  • Agent OfBolas

    Mantic?
    Seriously?

    WOW! 🙂 I’m aware they are making their miniatures better and better but this set is simply awesome!

  • Admiral Raptor

    Awesome! I think it might be more expensive than the existing sci-fi range but it’s much better looking. If I can find this on sale at some point I’ll be a happy camper.

  • Razerfree

    Industrial Sector for £50 or GW crates for the same price? I think the answer is obvious…

    • el_tigre

      £30/$50

  • Slushosaur

    Why am I getting a massive late 80’s sci-fi toy set vibe from these? XD

  • The Industrial Quadrant and the Scifi Ruins Quadrant in combination would prettymuch give me a perfect Necromunda table.

    I’ve been told their connectors are a bit finicky, but I’m willing to put up with that for the sake of terrain that looks this good.

  • In case anyone is interested, The Terrain Tutor on youtube did a series on Mantic’s kits a while ago that’s worth a look at for seeing what you can really do with these things. Here’s the playlist:

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLohbeH3fTP1vks3H0czIVFlVq2QrD_SJ_

    Mel is also just an outstanding resource for the hobby community and deserves many more subs than he currently has. Give him some love, people.

  • Crablezworth

    wicked awesome

  • Muninwing

    hm… how much more are the Promethium Pipes?