Добро пожаловать на восток! Frost here to tell you about some exciting developments in a long-neglected area of our hobby: terrain.
Since the first days of modern tabletop wargaming, terrain has been the bane of many. You would spend countless hours painting your army, only to bring it to a local gaming establishment that had terrible-looking terrain that made it simply impossible to get immersed in the fantasy of the game. So you started making your own terrain, but you quickly realized that getting an entire tabletop’s worth of terrain created is a difficult, time-consuming and often pricey process. Premade terrain up until recently has typically come unpainted and rarely has matched any other terrain product all that well, making for a terrain table with little to no cohesion.
|Just remember that the church is typically the center of the village.|
|A very nice OP perch, if you can make it up there.|
|Some units can fit their entire platoon in there!|
|Side view of the church roof.|
|About as Russian Orthodox as it gets in the countryside.|
|What’s a farm without ploughed fields?|
|It’s not Grand Central, but it more than a dirt farmer could ever hope for.|
|Plenty of room to fortify this place pretty heavily.|