Venture Into The Ruined City With Sarissa Precision’s New Bundle

August 10, 2020 by brennon

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Sarissa Precision has put together a new bundle of terrain which is steadily going to grow over the next few months. The Ruined City (Chapter One) is designed to be a quick way for you get a bunch of wargaming terrain that might inspire you to play out scenarios on the tabletop.

The Ruined City Chapter One #1 - Sarissa Precision

The Ruined City (Chapter One) // Sarissa Precision

These modular terrain pieces are a mix up between different kits from the Sarissa collection, mounted on their Terrain Tile System so that you can slide them together in all manner of different ways. The idea is that you'll pick this up and then come up with a scenario for one of your Fantasy games that matches it.

Perhaps with this set, you could have your adventurers walking into the frozen ruins of Felstad or exploring a beleaguered bastion in the Shadow Deep. This represents the gatehouse to either location where your heroes have to find out what happened to the guards stationed here and how you might then venture forth deeper into the city/fort.

The Ruined City Chapter One #2 - Sarissa Precision

The Ruined City (Chapter One) // Sarissa Precision

This initial set comes with the Low Walls, Wrecked Gate Section, High Corner Window, High Corner Doorway and High-To-Low Link Wall Set from the Sarissa range which you can, of course, tinker with as you see fit.

The terrain here would be a great fit for the likes of Frostgrave II which is coming soon but you could also use it for the aforementioned Rangers Of Shadow Deep, Oathmark, Warlords Of Erehwon, Dungeons & Dragons, Kings Of War or maybe even Burrows & Badgers. It is system-agnostic so it should work with any Fantasy wargame.

What do you think of this idea of creating packs which focus you in on trying to come up with a scenario to match them?

"The terrain here would be a great fit for the likes of Frostgrave II which is coming soon..."

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