Monster Fight Club Bring Their Metropolis Terrain To Kickstarter

June 19, 2020 by brennon

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Monster Fight Club have been tinkering away on all sorts of miniatures recently but they are also still designing fantastic tabletop terrain too. Their newest project is on Kickstarter now and explores their Metropolis collection.

Monster Scenery Main - Monster Fight Club

Monster Scenery: Metropolis // Monster Fight Club

The newest range is a series of hardboard elements which are pre-coloured on both sides and feature lots of interesting designs. This is then combined with plastic elements like the clips that hold the walls together, fences, pipes and scatter terrain, to create a city which would be fit for superhero brawls, cyberpunk showdowns and more.

Metropolis Terrain #1 - Monster Fight Club

Monster Scenery: Metropolis Terrain #1

When it comes to diving in and checking out this project you'll be asked to choose your bundle and the terrain you like whilst also working out the finish for your terrain. Do you want brickwork, concrete or maybe steel? You can mix and match as you see fit or just go for one overall look for each bundle and build up your desired cityscape.

Metropolis Terrain #2 - Monster Fight Club

Monster Scenery: Metropolis Terrain #2

The terrain, as you're seeing here, is also modular and can be assembled in a variety of different ways. Floors can be added to create layers and you've also got those roof sections which give you large open areas to play out climactic skirmishes high above the ground.

Metropolis Terrain #3 - Monster Fight Club

Monster Scenery: Metropolis Terrain #3

You'll also notice that you'll be able to throw in loads of rather fun extra terrain pieces which can be used to provide cover from enemy fire or give you a chance to slink around in the shadows for the perfect stealth kill.

This would obviously be a very good fit for those looking to build up tabletops to play Cyberpunk RED but I also think this would be awesome for the likes of Marvel: Crisis Protocol too. The fact that this is effectively just a big toy box for you to play around with and build the cities you want is awesome and I think you could get a lot of variation out of just one or two bundles.

Make sure to go and find out more about the project over on Kickstarter!

"The terrain is also modular and can be assembled in a variety of different ways..."

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