May 14, 2015 by brennon
Mantic Games have constructed another set of Battlezones Terrain for you to use on your tabletops but this new stuff harks back to the 20th Century (not that it was too long ago). See what you think of the Brick Ruins made using the same techniques as the rest of their range…
Great For World War II?
As you can see below in some of these finished images the brick terrain, while a little stark against the rest of the terrain, makes for a really interesting urban landscape. With a bit more shading and some additional work tying it into the board this provides you with a lot of options when it comes to making your tabletops…
It also paves the way for Mantic to make a variety of other interesting terrain kits down the line that not only stick within this remit of the 20th Century but further back in time too. It would be nice to see them look at making some Fantasy/Medieval buildings with these techniques too.
What’s In A Set?
Inside one of the sets you’ll find a wealth of additional bits and pieces that you can’t quite make out in the images above…
You get the buildings of course but in addition there are stop signs, bins, fences, fuse boxes and other details too. Hopefully this should provide you with a nice modular kit for making some interesting tabletops.
What do you think?
"You get the buildings of course but in addition there are stop signs, bins, fences, fuse boxes and other details too..."