Always on the lookout for non-Grim Dark, skull-laden, Neo-Gothic sci fi terrain. I’ve got another terrain project brewing in the back of my mind, but in the meantime, the Escenorama stuff looks great.
Tues eve my gaming buddy and I play-tested Command and Control rules for our home brew skirmish rules. Table was still set up so I snapped some pictures while the light was still decent. Sedition Wars, Reaper Chronoscope and Urban War figs for the human forces while the Bugs were represented by Reaper and GW ‘Nids
Discovered an interesting little game called In the Emperor’s Name that lets you game vicious skirmish confrontations between Inquisitors and Chaos agents in the 40K universe. (Not a fan of 40K, but really enjoyed Dan Abnett’s “Eisenhorn” and “Ravenor” trilogies.) I spent what little hobby time I had painting up reinforcements for retinues.
My gaming buddy is in Hawaii. (not that I’m jealous. Oh no…) These will see action when he gets back.
Here are the results
Fortunate to have a sizable collection of Sci Fi/P-A/Near-Future terrain for 28mm, the Industrial Center being popular.
Here are some more pictures of the current set up. Most of it is Litko Industrial Terrain System kits permanently attached to MDF boards, then accessorized with resin pieces, tubing, bitz. There’s a scratch-built office/garage, some fences, a three-story building (can’t recall whose) some Armorcast pieces, walls, tank traps. Top it off with some eBay pieces and voilà – a dingy, dismal portion of the Apocalypse suitable for vicious firefights, blood-crazed, Rad-zombies, ruthless mercs, with a sprinkling of scavenge-able loot.
Much Indie Coolness – Russian Rager Zombies. Enjoy.
Two posts today to make up missing last week.