Historical gaming is part throwing dice, and part diorama if you’re recreating historical battles. A great looking table with realistic terrain can really make your battles come to life. Brian Hubbard shows how he turned Sarissa’s MDF terrain into a bombed town in this step by step tutorial.
For those that don’t know, Cigar Box Battle Mats is an American company that makes Fleece Battle Mats for Miniatures Games. They started by catering to the historical gamer, but since then expanded into pretty much every genre.
There are some great terrain options out there for Star Wars: Legion. Let’s take a tour.
I bought a good assortment of the new line of Orc terrain from Kromlech’s new line of scenery call Tabletop Scenics. Let’s take a closer look.
Deathwatch is here, new Privateer minis arrive, plus terrain for a Galaxy Far, Far Away…
GaleForce Nine has a new Battlefield in a Box set of terrain coming out soon. These fully painted resin kits are ready to play right out the box and look perfect for battles in galaxies far, far away.
40K is played in very different ways around the world, and there is no way any single FAQ could solve all things for all people. Let’s take a look at how much terrain forms the meta.
Kromlech Tabletop Scenics – Skargruk Line – Strongpoint My brother and I picked up three sets of Shadow Wars and I painted up all the terrain. We ended up not playing as much as we liked so the terrain just sat for a while. We decided to sell it and I used my portion […]
This new set from The XLC provides plenty of LOS blocking options in the form of sturdy, pre-printed MDF walls and buildings. If you want to build up your table fast, this is a fantastic option.
Have you noticed that the grimdark of the far future seems to consist entirely of blown out ruins and sparse rock formations? It doesn’t have to be that way.
Hey Gang, Ryan here from the WGCX terrain studio. I’m responsible for the table design and procurement of anything beyond the armies that end up on our top tables at WarGamesConX. I’ve got some fun projects going that I’d like to share.
Warlord has two amazing Japanese terrain kits just out for your tabletop adventures.