Thursday, November 18, 2010

Communications Tower Science FictionTerrain 15 to 30 mm Scale Scenery

In the future where the outposts of mankind will be flung across the distant stars, communications will be critical. Here is a small communications tower you might find in all sorts of game situations.

There is a receiver dish array as well as a broadcast antenna mounted on the top of the structure.

Although designed as a smaller com unit for 25 mm scale miniatures shown in the photos, this piece could also be used with 15 mm (or even smaller) figures as a large tower.

This type of scenery makes an excellent victory objective in science fiction war gaming.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Science Fiction Starship Machinery War Game Scenery Pieces 25 to 30 mm Scale

Not all future combat will take place in dingy industrial plants or debris-strewn battlefield ruins. Starship interiors offer another venue for close combat.

Here is an assortment of hi-tech machinery scenery pieces that are cleaner, better maintained equipment that you might find in a spaceship's engineering or science sections.

Such scenery pieces could also be used in other locals including star ports, research stations, and so on.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Remote Perimeter Defense Gun Turret Science Fiction Game Terrain

This science fiction scenery piece represents a remote perimeter gun turret.

Commonly erected as perimeter defense weapons around secure military sites, these are unmanned turrets and are controlled by a central fire command post.

These gun turrets can be fitted with a variety of weapons systems. This particular turret sports two heavy cannons for anti-vehicle and anti-personnel fire. It has a targeting sensor array mounted on top of the turret.

The turret actually swivels a full 360 degrees. The terrain piece stands about 3 inches (75 mm) tall and is designed for use with most 25 to 30 mm miniatures.

It works well on any futuristic battlefield, military installation, or secret research station.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Arcane Magical Summoning Stones War Game Terrain Scenery

Mysterious arcane symbols are carved into the face of these ancient, weathered stone monoliths. The stones can appear anywhere: from remote uncharted island coasts to dark dense jungles to arid desert wastelands to alien planet vistas.

But to what purpose? Perhaps they simply territorial boundary markers. Or maybe their purpose is much more sinister. Do they act as a magical nexus point for summoning dark creatures from beyond our universe? Possibly sacrificial stones for the worshipers of ancient eldar gods?

Terrain stones like these can be used in all manor of role-playing and table top miniature war games. They can find a place in games as divergent as Dungeons & Dragons™, Call of Cthulhu™, Warhammer 40K™, just to name a few.

These small scenery pieces can be used as objective markers for victory points or simply to enhance your game board terrain. Scaled for 20 to 30 mm miniature figures.
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