Battle At The Farms Of Gettysburg With Things From The Basement

June 3, 2020 by brennon

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Things From The Basement make some stunning HDF terrain for all manner of wargaming genres. Their recent Kickstarter focuses in on the period of the American Civil War and playing miniatures games in both 28mm and 15mm.

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Things From The Basement - Farms Of Gettysburg Kickstarter

The aim is to create a set of stunningly realistic terrain pieces which are based on the actual locations which were used during the battle and throughout the period. Time has been taken to delve into the research on all of these and you'll find them very accurate to their real-life counterparts.

The terrain kits in both 28mm and 15mm are fully detailed both inside and out with the 28mm buildings even having working doors that you can use in your skirmishes. But, you don't want to hear me going on about it, here are the different buildings from the Kickstarter.

Bryan House

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Bryan Barn

Bryan Barn - Things From The Basement.jpg

Leister House (Meade's HQ)

Leister House - Things From The Basement.jpg

Leister Barn

Leister Barn - Things From The Basement

McLean House

McLean House - Things From The Basement.jpg

McLean Barn

McLean Barn - Things From The Basement.jpg

Slyder House

Slyder House - Things From The Basement.jpg

Slyder Farm, Summer Kitch & Blacksmiths

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Slyder Farm Hog Pen & Chicken House & Smoke House

Slyder Farm Hog Pen Chicken House & Smoke House - Things From The Basement

Slyder Barn

Slyder Barn - Things From The Basement

Thompson House (Lee's HQ)

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This is a rather impressive collection so make sure to go and check out the rest of the details on this terrain over on the Kickstarter Page. Are you tempted to dive in and check out this terrain for yourself and if so, would you go 15mm or 28mm?

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"Are you tempted to dive in and check out this terrain for yourself and if so, would you go 15mm or 28mm?"

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