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Archive for the ‘40k terrain’ Category

Dark Eldar Advance Order Out Today

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Pretty exciting — lots of players have been waiting for this Codex update for years. I suspect it won’t disappoint. The models, particulalry the Reavers, look positively awesome. I’ve got to get down to Total Escape games and check out the codex (hope they’ve got the pre-release copy by now). I’m not sure I like the interpretation of the the Wyches. The fluff says that the women of the Dark… Continue reading

Pumping Station from Grendel’s Lair

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

I’ve only bought two finished terrain pieces. 40k terrain is so easy and relatively inexpensive to make, it seems silly to buy. But, there are a few places where you can get some pretty good deals on terrain that just works. Jason Watkins, owner of Grendel’s Lair, attends local gaming events (Tacticon and GhengisCon) and sells some fantastic terrain.

I bought a nice Gothic themed pumping station… Continue reading

40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 3

Friday, October 1st, 2010

The last post gave some ideas on how you can spruce up your Games Workshop moonscape craters. Now I’ll review how to finish them. When you’re done, you’ll have five fantastic 40k terrain pieces that will work on any battlefield.

Teaser 3 300x224 40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 3

Painting moonscape craters… Continue reading

40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 2

Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

The previous 40k terrain post reviewed tools and materials you were going to need to upgrade Games Workshop’s moonscape craters. This post assembles most of those materials and prepares them for painting. The final post in this series will review painting and detailing.

Teaser 2 300x224 40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 2

Lots… Continue reading

40k Terrain: Deluxe Craters Part 1

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Games Workshop’s moonscape pack is a pretty good value. For under $20 dollars and well under two hour’s time, you can have five nicely detailed 40k terrain craters. These craters are multi-functional. They can be used in Planetstrike to reflect the pre-game bombardments and fires storms; and they can be used in any Warhammer 40k game to show where tanks or fortifications blew up. In game terms and subject to… Continue reading

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