CorSec Finish Constructing Their Japanese Bridges

October 3, 2014 by dracs

CorSec have finished making the adjustments to their new bridge terrain piece and have now released it onto their webstore.

Japanese Bridge

Made using a combination of MDF, Styrene and acrylic components, CorSec Engineering have made these 28mm scale bridges in the Japanese style, making them perfect for including in games such as Bushido and Kensai.

Including bridges in a game makes for some good strategic use of the terrain, as players have to decide whether to cross the stream below, often getting slowed for a turn, or to fight the defenders on the bridge and risk getting bottle necked. Holding a bridge can mean all the difference when fighting a larger force.

What do you think of CorSec's bridge building skills?

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