My latest aquisition :)

Discussion in 'Tabletop Games' started by Za Rodinu, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Hello!

    My friend Jorge decided to get rid of some of his wargaming stuff including his terrain modules due to a house move. As by coincidence I'm moving to a bigger house myself I managed to do some moral blackmail and managed to make him part with his beautiful terrain. "It's nothing personal, it's just business." [​IMG]

    So here they are, 30x30cm squares:

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    This was made some 20 years ago, and the buildings are what used to be Mainly Military resins, with some good old Hardcover Designs card buildings. The bridge suffered a biological attack by some paint eating bugs!

    Now all I have to do is put these beauties to work [​IMG]
     
  2. Conde de Batatais

    Conde de Batatais Junior Member

    Moral what?... The transfer was cheaper than CR7's, but just barely!

    Cheers
    The previous owner :lol:
     
  3. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Damn! An unforeseen consequence!
     
  4. Elven6

    Elven6 Discharged

    Sweet grab, I wouldn't mind one of those to set up some army men on to plan my board and RTS conquest!
     
  5. LesCM19

    LesCM19 "...lets rock!"

    Is the scenery for 1:300th & what period are you into?
     
  6. WotNoChad?

    WotNoChad? Senior Member

    Yep that's 1/300th, but us young 'uns call that 6mm. ;-)
     
  7. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Yes, that's for MicroArmour - 6mm - 1:300 - 1:285 :)

    My main periods for this are WW2 and Ancients, but I also used to play Moderns until Mr. Gorbachev came and spoiled all the WW3 fun :D
     
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  8. Kruska

    Kruska Junior Member

    Can one imagine grown up men playing around with tanks and soldiers?

    Oh my God that is soooo.... sickening that nobody asks me to join in.


    Regards
    Kruska
     
  9. Ropi

    Ropi Biggest retard of all

    :unsure::unsure: I can't play... I don't have the hardware for it... it is such a shame..
     
  10. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    Ropi, there's a thing called "mail order"... How do you suppose I get all my stuff?

    Kruska, I intend to have a games room working in 3-4 months, and will have a restaurant with a limitless flow of beer 200m away :p
     
  11. Steve G

    Steve G Senior Member

    Za; That needs some Pillboxes! (Just about any terrain I look at; I want it to have Pillboxes! :lol:)
     
  12. Kruska

    Kruska Junior Member

    Ropi, there's a thing called "mail order"... How do you suppose I get all my stuff?

    Kruska, I intend to have a games room working in 3-4 months, and will have a restaurant with a limitless flow of beer 200m away :p

    Hello Za,

    hmm...I envy you so much - so who's going to take the part of the Orderly to ensure the beer logistics ? Is this position still vacant? :D

    Regards
    Kruska
     
  13. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    All right, I'll do some pillboxes in the next boards in the series just to keep everyone pleased, Actually got an Osprey book on the Maginot line, so there may be something in the offing :)

    Kruska, you're right, I'll have to have some Quartermaster taking care of the Logistics, considering that "an army marches on its stomach" :)
     
  14. Kruska

    Kruska Junior Member

    Yes, imagine the horrible concequenzes the Wehrmacht units would have to face due to the OKW drying out of ideas during the campaign :)

    Regards
    Kruska
     
  15. LesCM19

    LesCM19 "...lets rock!"

    Za; That needs some Pillboxes! (Just about any terrain I look at; I want it to have Pillboxes! :lol:)
    I made some pillboxes in metalwork class in 1981 out of hexagonal aluminium bar (I don't know what they thought & I didnt care!) also in the pic, a blockhouse of some sort perched on some "Where Eagles Dare" harbour clifftop. I will probably flock the painted artexed landforms one day...
     

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