Teaser Tuesday – Bringing some scare to you gaming boards
Would you dare to tread into the haunted house of the fairground?
More the fairground grows with the addition of the haunted house. This multilevelled monstrosity will strike fear into the hearts of any who are foolish enough to step foot in its walls. This Week we also have the addition of the DropFleet faction specific small space stations.
Nothing is more scary at the fair then the hunted house, once you are in you can’t get out. With three levels each scarier than the next. The top floor has multiple doors, each leading to where you are going and where you have been. The middle floor has an inner balcony that over looks the labyrinth on the ground floor. The walls of the ground floor can be moved at will to create a shifting maze. This building works for 28 – 32mm scale wargames and will go well with other fairground scenery such as the Ferris wheel and many more to come.
UCM Small space station
The UCM bring there space stations to battle as an anchor point for there fleets. The Munitions Platform posses a devastating battery of building size torpedoes that can tear a hole in the toughest ship hull. This is just one of the faction specific small space stations that can also be made into the Defence Hangar. Each faction develops there own small space stations as defensive points for fleets to fall back to and be supported by, so the scourge also possess these mini Goliaths.
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