Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Communications Tower for 15 to 28 mm Science Fiction Table Top War Gaming

Maintaining your communications with local and off world forces is important in any setting. Sometimes all you need is a small personal communications device. Even these require some type of central processing system. Here is a communications tower for just that purpose.

An array of com equipment rises from the top of the tower, including a dish and antenna mast. Smaller blisters house additional components.

This com tower can be used as a victory objective in many science fiction miniature table top war games. Perhaps your troops need to access the tower to plant demolitions to destroy an enemy's communications systems.

This scenery piece stands about 5-3/4 inches (145 mm) in height. The base is 2-3/4 x 2-3/8 inches (70 x 60 mm), The 25mm science fiction miniature provides some scale comparison.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Mad Science Transfiguration Ray 25 to 28 mm Scale Game Miniature Scenery

There's something new in the mad scientist's laboratory. This piece of lab equipment looks rather sinister in design, what with the large central projector hovering over the reclining exam table!

Of course, this scale scenery piece does not necessarily have to be an evil organic transfiguration ray. Perhaps it is simply a medical diagnostic system.

The device is controlled by the power station and control console located on the right.

This scenery piece measures about 4 inches (100 mm) in length. It can be used with many science fiction 25 to 28 mm scale game miniatures.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Small Ruined Shrines Miniature War Game Scenery in 25-28mm Scale

A narrow worn track winds its way through desolate country. Sloping into a wide valley, the traveler comes upon signs that something man made once stood here. Scattered about the central clearing, small bits of building debris hint that the area was once the site of a religious temple. Possibly a monastery stood here, but it has since fallen into ruin.

Here is a small mound of building blocks slowly being hidden by the encroaching grass. This terrain piece is only 3/4 inches (19 mm) tall. Its base measures 2 inches (50 mm) in diameter.

Another terrain piece represents a standing portion of the temple. Although grass covers its foot along with a few fallen blocks, enough of the original section remains. This piece stands 1-7/8 inches (47 mm) in height with a base that is 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) across.

The armored knight figure is a 25-28mm miniature for scale comparison. These types of ruins could work with many game genres from fantasy, historical, pulp and even science fiction.

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Sunday, February 15, 2015

Dank Dungeon Decor Cluster of Mushrooms and Large Fungi 25-28mm Fantasy Wargame Terrain

This custom-made 25-28mm scale painted scenery piece represents a cluster of large mushrooms and other fungi growth.

Perhaps the mushrooms possess some miraculous curative effects or simply contain highly poisonous toxins.

The tall fungoid structures are definitely not just another mushroom. Disturbing these may release a nearly invisible cloud of spores from the wide mouth-like openings. Imagine what the effects on your adventurers could be!

Just what your explorers may find in a dank subterranean dungeon.

This terrain piece measures approximately 1-5/8 inches (43 mm) in height. The base is about 1-1/4 inches (32 mm) in diameter.

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Electro-Plasma Disruptor Cannon for the 25mm Mad Scientist's Laboratory

The mad doctor has finished working on his newest weapon prototype in the lab: the Electro-Plasma Disruptor Cannon!

Another wonder of future science, this weapon causes the molecular structure of its target to vibrate at ultra-high frequencies, actually causing the target to lose its physical integrity.

The prototype for the EPD Cannon consists of two main components. The gun itself and its power inducer station.

This science fiction scenery piece is designed for use with 25-28mm scale game miniatures.

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Strange Arcane Stone Monuments in the Ruins 25-28mm Scale Gaming Terrain

Once a thriving city stood on these plains. But an ancient doom came to the city and destroyed it -- all of it. The buildings were ripped asunder, scattering building blocks across the level plains.

But wait, maybe not everything was destroyed. At the center of the ruins stands a strange group of stones. The faces of the stones are carved with arcane symbols. A terrible feeling of deep cold from the space between worlds flows from the odd shapes. Nothing living ventures near the stones, not even lowly insects. It is as if they create a zone where life itself is expelled!  Perhaps these stone monuments are related to the city's destruction.

These terrain pieces could appear in many different gaming scenarios. They could be the few remaining artifacts from an alien civilization discovered on a far flung world. An altar used by crazed cultists to summon a Great Old One from the Cthulhu Mythos by H. P. Lovecraft. A portion of dwarven ruins in a fantasy setting. Or even a sacrificial altar carved by natives in a remote rain forest waiting to be found by your pulp explorers.

Here is a second set of the arcane stones for your consideration:

These terrain pieces are best used with 25 to 28mm scale miniatures. The bases are about 2 inches (50mm) in diameter.  The stones stand about 1-5/8 to 1-7/8 inches (42 to 48 mm) tall.

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