Enter A Creepy Malifaux Ghost Town With Plast Craft’s New Color-ED Terrain

April 12, 2017 by brennon

Plast Craft Games are showing off another addition to their Malifaux Collection, as part of the Color-ED range, today as they head to a creepy Ghost Town and explore some more fascinating buildings.

Main Shot

As you can see the collection shows off a ruined and ghostly town that is barely holding out against whatever forces dwell out there in the woods. A large wall now forms the last bastion of defence against your foes, although maybe they are already within the walls and seeking to bring you down from within?

Building #1

There are a number of different buildings included within the collection offering you a broken down and destroyed world to play your games in.

Building #2

The multiple levels of play offered by the terrain are great for the skirmish game of Malifaux. Twin that with plenty of ways to break up and indeed give line of sight and you’ve got a great set.

As well as the smaller buildings that you’ve seen above there’s also this impressive Town Hall which looks like it would be a lot of fun to fight over.

Building #3

All of the terrain is pre-coloured and ready to use. All you need to do is get it stuck together and make sure that you do a bit of hobbying to those edges to make them blend easier into the rest of the structure.

Hut #4

Most spectacular of all, however, is probably this massive Wall that would stretch across your tabletop.

Wall #5

I think they’ve got the bug for building walls since their last Samurai project. This would look fantastic with some Guild defenders rushing to the ramparts to try and hold back whatever strange creatures are baying for their blood. If you’re into your role-playing and like Through The Breach imagine how impressive this would be!

Heading Into Town

As we dive into the town you get a better sense of the detail that has been worked into the buildings.

Ruined Street #1

All you need is a bit more scatter terrain and you’d have a great set-up for a showdown. I really like the smaller wooden components you’re seeing with these kits which add an extra level of complexity to the buildings.

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Mix that with the fact that all of their buildings have interiors and you could legitimately hide and stealth your way across the board as long as your opponent wasn’t watching too closely!

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Maybe you could even go as far as to adding a smoke machine into the mix. We’re seeing a lot of people using special effects like lights and more right now so that could be cool.

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Will you be picking this up for your games of Malifaux, or maybe The Other Side when it comes out? You might even have an entirely different game in mind for use with this terrain…

Let us know in the comments below!

"A large wall now forms the last bastion of defence against your foes, although maybe they are already within the walls and seeking to bring you down from within?"