We conclude our May celebration of model terrain with some more great kits by Mechanical Warhorse.
You’ve seen my posts on the pipeworks kits for our Mechanicum/Industrial district, they are coming along nicely. I wanted to show you some other great stuff and some items that are ahead of their time. Mechanical Warhorse has some great scatter terrain and table props that really help capture the battle on your table top. I’m talking about their com & watch towers, tanks traps and acrylic explosions, smoke and so much more.
Did I tell you how much I like their billboards? I have three of these kits and they are great for nearly any setting, badlands, city, etc. I’ve put them on the table at every Apoc Luck event I’ve run. They are just too damn cool not to take pictures of your models without these somewhere in the photo.
Preparing for 8th? You may want to pick up a few of these handy game pieces. Help you keep track of all those wounds your power figs have now. They have these in every size base too.
In the spirit of ‘Model Terrain Company of the Month’, and keeping with the Armageddon release Mechanical Warhorse is giving a double container kit away to a lucky listener. Great for creating a stable base for stacking containers as high as your needs take you.
Horizon Creation 3D has some great Battlefield Terrain. Concrete bunkers and tank traps for your hard points, watch towers and sandbag positions for your softer points. Highly detailed and ready to create some cool scenarios.
Horizon Creation 3D has some great Bio Terrain, perfect for creating a Tyranid invaded world. I thought this terrain was perfect for my 40k Warzone Valedor table that I made for the 2017 Apoc Luck series. Painted up in Leviathan, Kraken or a scheme of your own, this terrain will look great on your table top and really pull you into the story.
In our twenty eighth episode Mark and Peter. We include some hobby chat, getting ready for the 2017 Valedor Apoc Luck series and we continue our journey into another awesome Warhammer 40k campaign series.
Segment 1: We continue our in depth coverage of the Sanctus Reach campaign series beginning with The Red Waaagh!. In this episode we take you from the events at the bridge to the defense of Sacred Mountain.
Segment 2: The 2017 D-company Big Game. Mark discusses the events at this years big game that is held every year by a group of Milwaukee based or formerly based players. It’s like it’s own mini gaming convention.
Battle for Detros Mitus: Tempers flare in the strategium as the Battle for Detros Mitus rages on outside the walls .
(music in this audio drama is Head Space 2 provided by Thomas Prislac of PDXvoiceteacher)
In our twenty sixth episode Mark and Peter close out a year of great hobby in the realm of 40k. We discuss 40k endtimes, what we would love to see if an 8th edition is coming, peeping in Jervis Johnsons dining window on Christmas and what we look forward to in the new year.
Segment 1: The 2016 Battle for Detros Mitus compilation.
Segment 2: A musical parody of Disney’s Frozen. Music provided by my daughter’s karaoke disc of the movie. #FrozenHeresy
We want to thank all our listeners for another great year.
I used this video How to create rubble paste by EonsOfBattle for much of my base material. I had to scale it up a bit, but I think I have figured it out and it’s looking great. The idea was to create bases for those ruin corners that so many companies love to produce, but not attach them to the corners so you can change it up every time. I sized most of the pieces to the Urban FATMat.
In our twenty fifth episode Mark and Peter discuss a wide variety of topics including what we’ve been up to in the hobby, games played, and the ever expanding Bandrois campaign just keeps getting better.
Segment 1: We continue our discussion on the Main Rule Book fluff. Why? Cause there’s some great stuff in there and we wanted to tell you about what you may have been overlooking. This time we cover the hierarchy of the imperium and just how crazy space marines are..
Segment 2: We continue our Exploration of the World of 30k. We know many have taken this leap already, but for those dipping their toes in like Mark and I, we thought it would be a learning experience for us and our listeners. Though for every likeness between 30k and 40k, the game is very much not the same. In this episode we cover some of the fast attack choices.
Bolter Segment: The Battle for Detros Mitus continues as the line is holding by the thinnest of threads.
Every battle has a story, every story has a stage and every scene requires spectacular terrain to help tell the tale.
Check out the newly added Terrain Index Tab. It is a compiled list of terrain by type from various companies to help gamers find just what they are looking for. I have a long list of companies to add yet. This is only the beginning.
If you know of a company that belongs on this list, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org