Warcradle Design New Terrain For Use In Murky Mythos

October 15, 2019 by brennon

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Warcradle has been showing off some of the new Scenics range which has been themed to work with the world of Mythos which they took under their wing. Here we have some classically Cthulhu-esque terrain which would be fit for any Innsmouther community.

Mythos Tackle Shop - Warcradle Scenics

If you're going to be doing anything concerning Cthulhu then you're going to need some fish-based terrain. Above you have the Tackle Shop followed by a larger building, the Fish Market, which might act as the focal point for a lot of the clashes down at the port.

Mythos Fish Market - Warcradle Scenics

As well as that they've also got some different buildings which might make up the rest of the town like the Clocktower here which will no doubt take pride of place within the town square. You could see some cultists making use of this as a focal point for their rituals.

Mythos Clocktower - Warcradle Scenics

There's also this building, 2 Providence Lane which seems like a building which could be duplicated if you like to create a row of houses down by the wharf.

Mythos 2 Providence Lance - Warcradle Scenics

The Scenics range has been going great guns for the likes of Wild West Exodus and such so it's nice to see them doing something to support the world of Mythos too. Characterful terrain like this is key for a lot of people who want tabletops which are themed directly to their games.

Wrapping things up we have the Trader's Gear set which works as some scatter terrain to offer cover and other elements like objective tokens.

Mythos Traders Gear - Warcradle Scenics

As it stands this is all very cool and I love lots of the theming here to create that seaside feel. I think it would be very cool to take things deeper and explore what's going on further inland, perhaps near somewhere akin to Arkham or the Miskatonic University?

What do you make of these previews for the Mythos terrain range?

"As it stands this is all very cool and I love lots of the theming here to create that seaside feel..."

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