Did Someone Say City Fights

Hey listeners, I’m back to bring you more from Wargames Tournaments.  This time I wanted to show you just how much city terrain they have.  It’s truly incredible.  Variety is the spice of life and your table, so let’s get started.

Wargames Tournaments has a wide selection of city ruins for you to adorn your table with.  They have modern buildings of all sizes.  It truly doesn’t take much to give you that heart of the city feel.

The next series they didn’t have when our gaming group purchased tables of terrain from them.  If they had them, I definitely would have picked up a few to sprinkle on the table.  Why?  Because they had line of sight blocking terrain in mind in the design.

Do you need a chapel in your city or want bits to create your own, Wargames Tournaments has several of these too.

It wouldn’t be an Imperial world without some sort of gothic feel.  That’s why I chose these for another table worth for our gaming group.

 

I told you they had a lot of city ruins.  You mix a table of this up and you really have a city where each piece stands out, yet the whole table melds together in one great city scape.

Now onto something I really like, modern buildings that are complete.  Not every building in your city needs to be a blown out shell.  A few of these on the table will truly make the city feel complete.

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We all love scatter terrain and here are a few bits that Wargames Tournaments has.

Finally the cats meow.  An entire city scape, streets and all, in one convenient package.

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I have a lot more from Wargames Tournaments to share throughout the month, so stay tuned.

Go check out what Wargames Tournaments has to offer.  Follow them on Facebook at Wargames Tournaments.

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August is for Armorcast

This month I reached out to one of the terrain company originals, Armorcast.  They have been in the biz since I’ve been in this hobby and they are still going strong.  Since the days of my first Reaver Titan, I’m always looking to see what cool stuff they are creating and how I can use it on the table top to better create my story.  I have boxes of there resin terrain kits for various projects I’m working on.  Over time I’ll be completing those projects and showing off pics and telling people just where I got those pieces that make the terrain pop.  Why wait when I can show you some cool stuff now.

Urban settings are very popular in the setting of Warhammer 40k and Armorcast has some great scenery for this.  Gothic to modern they have some great pieces for your table.  The Cathedral is amazing and they have a ruined version too.  I really like the modularity of the Goth Tech kits.  I was already thinking how I can combine this with other kits to make some truly amazing scenery.  If you are more into the modern look, they have you covered there as well.  Plenty of room to create your perfect cityscape and with their strong resin you know your terrain can handle some wear and tear.

I’ve said it before that I love scatter terrain and it can really spice up a city scene.  Armorcast has a wide variety, so much so that I thought it best to include it with each theme.  From roof top accessories to mailboxes, they got you covered.  They even have individual trash piles to make those alley ways seem all the more derelict.

Armorcast was kind enough to send me kits to give away to our listeners.  Give the Armorcast Facebook page a ‘like’ and stay current on their latest releases.  Expect more great stuff in the weeks ahead.

 

As Always:

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