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Tuscany Hill Village Terrain Build

Tuscany Hill Village Terrain Build

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I like my WW2 gaming and particularly the Italian campaign. There is no good reason for this, perhaps it is because it is not as widely known as other theatres of WW2. Perhaps it is due to how hard the battles were. Or the vast number of different nationalities fighting the battles. Regardless, I’ve spent some time building up armies of little fighting men from this theatre – 1st Fallschirmjager, 26th Panzer Division, North Irish Horse Tank Regiment and so forth. Anyone really interested can take a look at my project:

75th Anniversary of the Battle of Monte Cassino and Northern Italy (Gaming The Battles)

To complement these, I’ve gradually been building up some terrain to add to the setting. One terrain piece alludes me – a traditional Italian hill top village as you might find in Tuscany.

About this project

This is a project that I actually started some time ago and I’m only now getting round to writing it up. I’m lazy.

My aim in this project is not to build a full table on hill top village, although that would look amazing, as space and time doesn’t allow it. What I am aiming to build is a stylised version of a hill top village that can be made into a put down terrain piece on a standard 6×4 table.

It should be big enough to look like a village but not so big that it becomes the entire gaming table or takes up all of the space.

I also play all of my games in 15mm, so it needs to fit to this scale.

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