20 February 2011

More WFB terrain

More WFB terrain.

The first batch of mushrooms (smaller ones) for the Fungus Forest. More on the way. Also a Wyrding Well, which is described as where the "blood of the earth," an amber liquid, bubbles up to the surface. Mine's more like a spring than a well, but I thought that was fitting.




Sinister Statue and one more small 'shroom for the Fungus Forest.




Ghost Fence.

7 comments:

  1. Very cool! I like your terrain additives ideas.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  2. Whats a "ghost fence"? The only one I know of was from Bernard Cornwell's "Winter King",an invisible obstacle drawn between 2 skulls by a Druid. It can only be crossed with the help of said Druid.Nimue drew one to limit the advance of Arthur's Welsh enemies,but assisted Padraig's Irish across at Lugg Vale(although I could be wrong,its been a long time since I read it)

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  3. The Ghost Fence is a "mystical" terrain type from WFB 8th edition.

    In the new terrain system, terrain items are more likely to be "mystical" (even yet more special rules & random elements) than mundane.

    So, for example, in my most recent game we had a Khmeri Quicksand, Elven Waystone, Dwarf Brewhouse, Tower of Blood, and Sorcerous Portal. Plus a normal fence, hill and a few houses. The new WFB world is a strange place... ;)

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  4. Sometimes I do miss playing Warhammer with you guys,but its too late since I sold my stuff.I'm certainly not forking out the money for the new rulebook,either.I'm too busy working on my BP AWI,which is going to be 3 times the size of my 1812 stuff!

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  5. Now see, I would love to play some BP instead of WFB.

    But I play WFB because that seems to be what everyone else enjoys. 8th edition has turned me off a bit, but I've grown into a state of denial and just play it because it's better than not playing anything.

    I've looked into getting some 15mm SYW or AWI, but didn't want to start in on a project and have it dead before it hits the operating table.

    Too bad you're not closer to Cleveland! (Or I'm not further south.)

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  6. Don't worry,you'll get in on it when I run something.The only thing that I'm afraid of is that our mutual friend's table wont be big enough,even at half scale!I'm looking right now at 30+ units with what I've already got,and with the new Blue Moon stuff,who knows?

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  7. Heh. Can you imagine trying to play BP with 28mm figures when space already becomes an issue at 15mm?

    And I figured that if I heard you were coming up for a game, I'd show up whether I was invited or not. :)

    I'd really like some more regular gaming opportunities outside of Warhammer, though.

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