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UK Games Expo 2019: Sunday Live Blog

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Sarissa - New Terrain Tile System - Comment To Win

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Ben takes a look at all new terrain advances being made by Sarissa Precision.

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Sarissa have developed an interlocking tile system that can also be assembled in an offset which is a great consideration within this system. Sarissa have been showing off some wonderful, modular dioramas for wargaming tables.If you leave a comment down below, Sarissa are giving away four of these terrain sets!

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aea007
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Interesting concept gets away from straight lines which jar the eye ….

pagan8th
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Tiles are a lot easier to store.

stuart20
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Oh will definitely get some these.

hairybrains
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I like the look of those tiles

dynarod1164
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Good concept, useful size for easy storage and transportation. I have loads of old 2 x 2 polystyrene boards in the loft which never see the light of day because they are too difficult to transport! Think I might be making an investment in some of these.

jocke
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Awesome idea, can’t wait to see what people do with them.

noisysteve
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This did look very interesting, and a good idea.

eric522
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The village terrain and display boards look absolutely amazing.

innes
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I did think, when i saw the rural japanese range, that they were oddly based. Now it makes sense. Cool.

raya
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raya

Oh sweet, Sarissa’s buildings are great, so this new tile system sound be great.

benkku
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Very good idea.

trinitty
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Beautiful idea

yorick
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Both versatile and pretty! Good work!

lordreaver
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Very clever and pleasing on the eye. Yes please!

daegren
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Good idea. Wonder how hard it is store this product.

lordofuzkulak
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Depends on if you do dioramas on the tiles I think; on their own with some texturing then it’s just a stack of sheets of mdf so very easy to store.

coachjose59
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Love his idea! Gotta look in to this!

poland825
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poland825

Nice concept from sarissa

michel86
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Very cool system

golonka
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Cool idea and well executed. Will check them out.

waxfrance
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I’m already a big fan of Sarissa, lots of mdf terrain at home right now ^_^
A lots of good ideas and great kits.
Great concept with theses terrain tiles, perfect for skirmish battles at home ^_^

blackspiral
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Wow they’ve stepped up their ideas! Really cool stuff!

lordsanes
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lordsanes

These tiles are such a great idea. I’m gonna spend ages looking through their website

jemmy
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Good idea and good concept. And the interlocking system give a bit more stability.
Especially Ben´s skirmish idea draw my Attention.
However, how do you best store the tiles after you flocked them, sanded them and put the scenery into the third dimension, f. i. fixed trees, houses etc.?

arkamuz
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this is really awesome and its a great idea to make different scenery with what you got

eaglex11
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This looks great for some bolt action.

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