July 2, 2015 by brennon
4Ground are spoiling us this week with not only a look at their amazing new Church for the World At War 28mm Range but also a great new building for SAGA: The Crescent & The Cross AND some additional Fantasy terrain for the Ruins of Daldoor…
Going To Church
As you can see there is plenty to be going on with when it comes to their Church. As well as being able to get the Church as it stands you can also get the Church Collection which gives you all the additional extras including the gravestones, walls and gate.
I think this is going to be the perfect centerpiece for your games of Bolt Action. The big focus of the building is the amazing stained glass window that sits in the tower of the Church. It’s a rather amazing piece of work even without the additional work on the rest of the building.
Going a little further afield the 4Ground also has a neat Village Compound which could serve as a defensive location during your games of SAGA. This breaks up the existing range that little bit more and gives your tabletop a bit more of a lived in and personal feel which is neat.
The additional part to this structure is the bonus walls which help with giving you somewhere to hide. Of course you wouldn’t just have to use these in your games of SAGA. Notably we used them in Infinity and also any kind of Modern Military game could also benefit from them we reckon.
Heading off into a Fantastical realm we also have the Ruins of Daldoor. If you want to help create an utterly blasted landscape then these terrain pieces would be perfect. I could see them being the ruins of a town or maybe somewhere a bit more holy.
Once again you have a nice degree of battle damage worked into the terrain with lots of loose and cracked brickwork. Additionally I think this could use a degree of weathering to make it look even more ancient.
I could certainly see someone making a nice compound out of these, a ruined holy military barracks or something. This kind of terrain is all begging to have some additional extras like scatter added to it. We could certainly make use of rubble mix or something with this.
Last but not least they are also doing a range of floor tiles which you can see above. They have plenty of cracks worked into them and could help to build on the ruins that already exists.
What is your favourite building from the new selection?
"It's a rather amazing piece of work even without the additional work on the rest of the building..."
"I could certainly see someone making a nice compound out of these, a ruined holy military barracks or something..."