Wyrd: Upgrade Your Table with Wyrdscapes Terrain

Wyrd is introducing its own line of high quality, plastic terrain to bring the world of Malifaux to your table.

The line includes tiles, buildings, and scatter terrain that can be easily customized and are ready to paint.

With Wyrdscapes you can build a new locations every game by rearranging the tiles. The buildings offer a lot of possibilities with interchangeable floors, so you can stack them to suit the scenario you’re playing.

Having terrain made especially for the universe you’re playing in is a great addition. It can really draw you into the universe, and the story of your particular battle.

I’m looking forward to seeing more previews of the set before it launches.

The community is excited, too – join the conversation on the Wyrd Forums!

  • euansmith

    I can’t help but think that these are going to be eye-wateringly expensive. Nothing that cool is going to be cheap.

    • Yeah. Stupid GW prices! Oh wait 😉

      • ZeeLobby

        This might be worth the price though. I mean AoS, Malifaux, Mordheim, RPGs, frostgrave, etc. This would be great for all :D.

        • Oh i’ll definitely keep an eye on it. I love terrain. I love varied tables. If the price isn’t surpassing forgeworld’s nasty prices for battle tiles, I’ll definitely consider it.

    • Eric Buchanan

      At least it’s only a 3×3 table you are covering for malifaux. So thats like 40% the area. With these extremely accurate calculations I can predict this terrain will cost an arm, but not also a leg.

    • Muninwing

      if they aren’t… imagine how well they will sell if they are affordable AND nice.

      and not just to Wyrd fans…

      • euansmith

        Indeed. Just the tile alone looks super useful.

        • Matthew Pomeroy

          yeah, but we will all want more 😀

    • Matthew Pomeroy

      Well, time to fire up the ol’ colorado gold mine again 😀

  • Piqu3t

    At least it’s only a 3×3 table you are covering for malifaux. So thats like 40% the area. With these extremely accurate calculations I can predict this terrain will cost an arm, but not also a leg.

    • Eric Buchanan

      Jinx. You owe me a coke.

  • Severius_Tolluck

    Looks nice, probably would use for Frostgrave. I am sure it will be pricey if you were trying to get larger then a single 3X3 area

  • Chris

    Love all that stuff. It will make a nice stand-in for all that fantasy terrain GW aren’t releasing.

    • kobalt60

      What do you mean, not releasing? There is lots of AoS terrain out there. There’s the dragon gate, and that other gate, and the $1000 chaos fort, and some more gates, and I’m pretty sure a tree just came out, so, what more could you ask for?

      • euansmith

        It looks like GW will release some of their old WFB kits with Malign Portents; the big observatory kit features heavily in the promotional material and they look to be using the ruined castle tower kit too. It won’t be cheap, of course, but cheaper than getting the Rare OOP kits off eBay 😉

        • Stonewall

          Someone in accounting found the molds in a dust corner and said use these or I am writing them off and throwing them out.

        • Chris

          Yeah, I already have the observatory. I’m big into Mordheim, so what I’d really like is a decent modular house kit that can be assembled in a variety of ways. I have 3 of the old town house kit but there’s only so many ways you can put it together, and since it’s not in ruins unless you’re prepared to chop it up it isn’t really suitable in Mordheim anyway except to provide a bit of ambience and an obstacle for your gang to walk around.

      • Chris

        Warhammer: Age of Gates.

  • Carey_Mahoney

    I want that!! Anyone, buy me some!