Saturday, August 15, 2009
Industrial sites always seem to be a natural setting for firefights in miniatures games like Warhammer 40,000™. The more varied the scenery, the better. You really can't have too much heavy equipment to act as victory objectives or simply for cover. And add to the mix the possibility that the contents might react very badly to stray weapons fire and you increase the tension on the battlefield.
This terrain piece consists of three processing tanks woven together with multiple pipes between them. Minor corrosion and leaks add to the detailing.
They stand about 5 inches (128 mm) tall. The base measures 9 x 3 inches (230 mm x 76 mm).
Monday, August 10, 2009
This strange Lovecraftian monument could find a place in any long-forgotten city, a cult's hidden lair, or on some alien world. Just viewing it may cause your players to suffer an insanity attack.
It can be used to represent the Great Cthulhu himself or any of the unmentionable horrors from beyond space. Works exceptionally well in a Call of Cthulhu™ role-playing setting, even if the elder god doesn't actually show up. Or placed on the board of a science fiction miniatures game such as Warhammer 40K™, it can spook your players into worrying about just what really makes up the enemy's forces.
It stands about 4-3/4 inches tall. The base is 2-1/4 x 2-1/4 inches.