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Monster Fight Club: The Coolest Winter Gaming Terrain Heats Up Kickstarter

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Sep 25 2020
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Over the past few days, Monster Fight Club has been absolutely smashing it on Kickstarter and melting through their stretch goals as though they were butter.

What are they selling this time? Winter terrain for your wargame table scaled for miniatures 28mm to 40mm in size. Best of all, their scenery comes pre-painted and looks amazing right out of the box. Come check out some of their offerings in this quick article. I present to you the Monster Scenery Ice Wilds Kickstarter Campaign.

Check out the Monster Scenery Ice Wilds. All of it you can buy from this Kickstarter Campaign. I am guessing it will go to retail afterward as Monster Fight Club’s previous Kickstarter projects also made it to retail after fulfillment. Now, let’s look at those images.

Most people think of Hoth when they think of Ice Worlds. It looks like this terrain would work great for Star Wars Legion.

 

Some knights take to the frozen woods.

 

Some more square bases with the terrain.

 

I absolutely love this image! Why not play Age of Sigmar in an ice world! The Monster Scenery Ice Wilds terrain looks so great in this picture!

 

Backers just unlocked this great looking (and pre-painted) ruins set for their frozen game tables!

Below is Monster Fight Club’s Kickstarter Video for this project.

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Wrapping it up…

Today’s post is about raising awareness to a Kickstarter that you may find of use for your gaming table. If you like the images that you see here, be sure to check out Monster Fight Club and their Ice Wilds Kickstarter Project. You might also like the review I wrote about their Broken Grassland / Desert Scrubland game mat and my post talking about the delivery of products for upcoming reviews. Thanks again for joining me!

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