Pegasus Gone Gothic

Hey Listeners, I’m back again with another installment of Model Terrain Company of the Month.  We continue with Pegasus Hobbies terrain.

This post will be quick and dirty, but should be loads of fun.  One of the most versatile kit series I’ve seen out there is the Gothic Buildings and Gothic Ruins kits.  They are totally modular, lock in tightly with each other and offer up some great terrain creating capabilities.  I’ve made plenty of structural ruins, a chapel large enough to house a Warhound titan and I have plans for many more buildings.  I’ve seen loads of uses from tight hab blocks by the Narrative Guys to the towering superstructure of an Imperator Titan at the Apocalypse event at Adepticon.

The kits are simple, yet oh man what you can do with them.  The Pegasus Hobbies Gothic buildings are durable all plastic kits, super easy to paint up, and best of all, they look great on the table top.  Here are some of mine.

Let’s have some fun with this.  Whatever hobby group site you see this on, including the podcast Facebook page, post images of what you have created with these kits.

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

Go check out what Pegasus Hobbies has to offer.  Follow them on Facebook at Pegasus Hobbies.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.

 

 

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.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.