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.
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