Impudent Mortal Launches Entry Level 15-28mm Terrain Kickstarter

September 1, 2015 by deltagamegirl22

Impudent Mortal has their finger on the pulse of the gaming community and appreciates the often high cost associated with getting into/maintaining the hobby.

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With this in mind, they have set out to give back to the gaming community with a fantastic, new, bulk terrain project that is perfect for any level gamer…

The Entry Level 28mm & 15mm Terrain System Kickstarter has launched today and offers an amazing amount of terrain at a very reasonable price. These terrain sets were designed to be more simple in structure, while providing a nice amount of terrain to allow gamers an affordable way to dress a table, without breaking the bank.

Near Future Terrain

These sets are made from high quality, MDF and the more basic structures allow newer gamers a great starting place for assembling and painting their terrain, and a more seasoned gamer can paint it to their heart’s content for some really versatile, and lovely pieces. The only limit to this terrain is your imagination.

Kickstarter Options

The Kickstarter has four different options for terrain…

28mm Near Future (perfect for Infinity)

Infinity Terrain

28mm Ruins (perfect for 40K)

Ruins

15mm Ruins (perfect for smaller scale sci-fi, etc)

15mm Ruins

15mm Town (perfect for Flames of War)

15mm Town

You can field a whole table’s worth of terrain for yourself with just one of these sets, and if you are a tournament coordinator, a set like this (or rather, multiple sets like this) can be a real life saver, time saver, and money saver.

Impudent Mortal is offering an amazing deal with these sets, in a buy four get one free option. Just think how quickly you could get a tournament ready this much terrain!

As with all of Impudent Mortal’s Kickstarters, they complete pledges by order they were received- so if you want your’s sooner than later, pledge early and consider it done!

How will you use this versatile terrain from Impudent Mortal?

"These terrain sets were designed to be more simple in structure, while providing a nice amount of terrain to allow gamers an affordable way to dress a table, without breaking the bank..."