Saturday, December 17, 2011

Makeshift Barricades for Post Apocalypse Urban Battlefields 25 to 28 mm Scale War Game Terrain

Man the barricades! The alien invaders / zombie hordes / enemy forces are approaching!

These makeshift barricades provide defensive positions in all sorts of situations. They are often thrown together using whatever material is handy: rough sheets of metal scrap, sections of pipes, storage crates, rough lumber, and all sorts of other material that may be found in the ruins of an urban landscape.

Their purpose is to provide some minimal amount of cover for forces defending territory. Often time is a critical factor and the construction is simple and quick.

Theses terrain pieces are scaled for 25 to 28 mm war gaming miniatures. The pieces measure about 4 inches (100 mm) in width.

They would fit nicely into any urban battlefield or post apocalyptic landscape.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

More Urban Ruins for 25 to 28 mm Scale Post Apocalyptic Table Top War Games

Here are some more heavily damaged 25-28 mm scale urban terrain pieces that could be used any city battlefield. These pieces are slightly larger size from the previous batch.

The first is the remains of a low corner wall. The wall face has been heavily damaged from both direct fire and flying debris.

The second ruin is similar, but there are signs that someone has attempted to make some hasty defensive changes. A metal panel has been erected across the large gaping hole blown through the wall for some make-shift protection. A few building blocks have been scrounged from the rubble and set atop the wall for a tiny bit more protection.

Monday, October 3, 2011

Urban Ruins for Post Apocalyptic Landscape in 25 - 28 mm Scale War Game Terrain

Alien invasion, nuclear warfare, apocalyptic natural disaster -- they all have one thing in common: widespread urban destruction. Here are some ruins that may dot the urban landscape in the aftermath of such earth-shaking events.

Shattered buildings leave behind portions of walls standing amidst the debris.

Walls have crumbled under the onslaught of natural or man-made assaults. Holes have been blasted through some walls as the result of heavy weapons.

Most surfaces are pock-marked by small arms fire.

Rubble piles up against the foundations. Bits of diverse debris lie scattered about.

Terrain like this provides plenty of cover for your troops. These 25-28mm scale pieces would fit in most science fiction war games such as Warhammer 40K™ and Warmachine™. Role-playing games such as Traveller™ and Twilight: 2000™ would also provide suitable battlefields for urban environments.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Volcano Lava Pools Terrain for 15 to 28 mm Scale War Games

Strong tremors shake the foundations of the ground! Cracks form in the crust, shards of deep rock thrust upward ! Burning hot gases erupt from the very bowels of the earth! And red hot lava begins to rise!

Here are a couple of volcanic lava pools for the game board.

The lava has pooled in the shells of volcanic cones.

These terrain pieces can be used with game miniatures ranging from 15 mm to 28 mm scale. Both size figures are shown in the photos.

The pieces range from 1 to 1-1/4 inches (25 - 30 mm) in height. The bases are 5-1/2 x 4 inches (140 x 100 mm) and 5-1/4 x 5 inches (132 x 130 mm) respectively.

Volcanic lava pools can appear in a wide variety of role-playing and war gaming scenarios: science fiction, fantasy, pulp action adventure and more.

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Industrial Pipe Piles War Game Terrain 25-28 mm Scale

Industrial settings offer plenty of opportunities for creating challenging battlegrounds in war gaming. In addition to large structures and equipment, there is always a need for smaller bits of scenery to act as obstacles or to provide additional cover for your troops.

Here are some examples of piles of industrial pipes. These represent large pipe segments that have been simply stacked for storage until needed.

Several sizes of pipes have been used to vary the height of the terrain.

The pipes show signs of surface corrosion and weathering from being exposed to the elements over time. Dirt, leaves and gravel have gradually piled up along the bottom pipes, even flowing into the open ends.

Various bits of minor industrial debris lie scattered about the base of the pipes: broken lumber, short section of a rusting I-beam, metal scraps, even a small dozer blade. It would be possible that the larger pipes offer some concealment to an opponent waiting in hiding for an unsuspecting victim.

These terrain pieces are designed for 25 to 28 mm scale miniature figures. They stand from 1-3/4 to 2-1/8 inches (45 to 55 mm) tall. The bases are about 6 x 2-1/2 inches (150 x 65 mm).

Terrain pieces like these can be used  in most science fiction war games. They would fit right into post apocalyptic landscapes.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Stone Graveyard Sarcophagus and Markers For Halloween Horrors and Fantasy Games

Mist  rises from the damp earth, a smell of decay is in the air. Wandering around any graveyard is fear-invoking.

Here are some grave stones marking the final resting places of the long departed (at least we hope they are resting in their graves and not undead moving about in search of unwary victims)! Moss grows across the weathered carved surfaces of the sarcophagi and markers.

Just the accent scenery pieces for a fantasy adventure featuring encounters with the undead.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Sacrificial Altar for Fantasy and Horror War Game Scenery 25-28 mm Scale

Traveling through a lonely back country, our adventures come upon a strange and foreboding structure.

Arcane symbols have been carved into the ancient stones of this flat altar and the monolith rising over it.

Moss grows at the base of the monolith. A scent of decay rises from the surrounding ground.

Dark stains mark the top of the altar. Ominous signs of its past (and maybe recent) usage.

The altar shows all the signs of being part of dark rituals. Maybe it is a unholy place for making animal or human sacrifices to unknown gods. Or perhaps it acts as a focal point for cultists summoning other-dimensional creatures.

Whatever the place's history, it should be apparent to any party of adventurers that setting up camp in the vicinity would be a bad idea.

This terrain piece is designed for 25 to 28 mm miniatures. It stands about 3-1/4 inches (85 mm) tall. The base measures approximately 3 x 2-3/4 inches (80 x 70 mm).

It could find a home in many fantasy or horror role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons™ and Call of Cthulhu™ as well as fantasy table top war games including Warhammer Fantasy™.
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