4Ground Scout Out Ruins From WWII & Fantasy Realms

September 25, 2015 by brennon

4Ground have added some more superb terrain kits to their line up of buildings. The first of these we’ll take a look is the Damaged Church which has been shelled from afar in World War II. That is followed by more Ruins Of Daldorr to explore with your warbands in the frozen north…

God’s Gonna Be Soooo Angry…

It took a long time for Europe to rebuild after World War II and there were many historical building destroyed by the shelling by both sides. This Church from 4Ground has sustained serious damage and is now a crumbling ruin of it’s former glory.

Damaged Church #1

Damaged Church #2

While I’m sure that God would not be best pleased with the state of his Church it makes a superb piece of terrain to fight in and around during games of Bolt Action for example.

With hard cover in many places and a good roost for a sniper to sit within the tower you’ve got quite the interesting piece here.

Treasures Of Daldorr

Deep within the ruins of Daldoor in these new pieces of terrain you will find both glory and danger. The treasures of long lost civilisations aren’t going to be given up easily so you better search every nook and cranny.

Corner Ruins #1

Ruins

Corner Ruins #2I think these ruins are deceptively simple. While they might just look like simple stone structures with little embellishment it’s the way that they fit together that gives them their real draw.

There is no reason to say you can’t add your own spin to things either with weathering techniques and a bit of undergrowth.

Roofs Of Iron

If you want a more purpose built roof in the Wild West or frankly anywhere and you can’t get a lot of good materials then consider the use of Corrugated Iron Roof Panels thanks to 4Ground. These would be great for ramshackle structures…

Corrugated Sheets

You could also use these as rudimentary fencing panels for keeping hoodlums out of your junk yard. You can see some of its uses below on a pair of structures…

Corrugated Sheets On Building

This image above sees it being used on some of the Wild West buildings that they make. It makes the structures seem a lot more permanent and offers that bit more protection for buildings like banks and shops.

Corrugated Sheets On Roof

Here is a more ‘down and dirty’ use of the Corrugated Iron panels. You could imagine this being stuck somewhere in the middle of the wasteland giving a modicum of protection to a car or group of travellers.

What do you think of this latest crop of offerings from 4Ground?

"While I'm sure that God would not be best pleased with the state of his Church it makes a superb piece of terrain to fight in and around during games of Bolt Action for example..."

"There is no reason to say you can't add your own spin to things either with weathering techniques and a bit of undergrowth..."