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™.

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Double Vertical Storage Tanks Industrial Equipment War Game Scenery

Industrial equipment offers a lot of gaming opportunities. This type of terrain can be used in city manufacturing areas, large rural industrial complexes, even military bases.

This scenery piece consists of a double set of vertical storage tanks.

Underground supply pipes rise along the storage tanks, filling the tanks from the top down.

An outlet valve is located at the bottom of each storage tank.

A vertical ladder provides easy access to the tops of the tanks.

This terrain piece stands 4-1/4 inches (110 mm) tall. The base measures 3 x 6 inches (75 x 150 mm). It can be used with most 20 to 30 mm scale game miniatures. It would be at home in any science fiction table top war game such as Warhammer 40K™ or Warmachine™.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Strange Cthulhu Summoning Stone Monoliths For 20 to 30 mm War Gaming

Here is a collection of arcane summoning stones that could be used as victory objective markers in a variety of adventures including Call of Cthulhu™. The original creators of these stone monoliths are long lost in the annals of time (and possibly dimensional space). Possibly they were not even human!

Each stone has been carved with mysterious symbols. The carvings could represent Elder Gods, visiting extraterrestrial beings, or some earth-born monstrosity.

There is some question as to whether they were constructed as simple border markers or were used as foci points for summoning supernatural or extra-dimensional outer beings.

The terrain pieces vary in height from 1 inch (25 mm) to 2-1/2 inches (65 mm). The 25 mm fantasy miniature is included to give a sense of scale.

These scenery pieces could be used in many table top war games and role-playing game genres including fantasy, science fiction, horror and pulp action adventure.
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