Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Shades of Stonehenge Stone Arch Megalith Standing Stones Fantasy War Game Terrain

The wind blows relentlessly across the desolate open plain.  A rocky megalith rises from the lonely ground.

In the spirit of the historical Stonehenge site in England, a heavy stone lintel rests atop two thick rock pillars.

Obviously man-made, but why was it constructed?

Perhaps carved by human cultists as part of a shrine to some Elder God?

Or maybe it marks a center for powerful ley lines used in magical incantations.

Then again, it may be an astronomical device used to mark the passing of the seasons.

This terrain piece could act as a landmark in your gaming world.  It would fit in with many game genres including fantasy, horror, pulp and even science fiction set on another planet.

Scaled for 25 to 28 mm miniature figures. The piece stands about 3-1/4 inches (65 mm) tall with a base measuring 5-1/2 x 4 inches (140 x 100 mm).

Friday, March 2, 2012

Ruined Buildings Wall Sections Post Apocalypse War Game Terrain

Where once a thriving community stood, only the dry husks of dead buildings remain in the post apocalyptic landscape.  Damaged by blast and fire, only bare walls stand in the strewn rubble.

These war game terrain pieces represent the remaining walls and foundations of buildings.  They offer some small cover to survivors and warring troops.

The first piece stands approximately 2 inches (50 mm) tall on a base that is 7-3/4 x 6 inches (200 x 150 mm).

The second piece is about 2 inches (50 mm) tall.  The base is 7-1/2 x 6 inches (195 x 150).

Designed for use with 25 to 28 mm scale miniatures.  These terrain pieces would fit in with many modern, post apocalypse, horror and science fiction war games.
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