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Terrain
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Stand-Alone Pieces
RocksStand-alone terrain pieces are what I call scenery that's designed so you can use it in more than one setting. Boulders, for example, are stand-alone terrain pieces: you can use them to help create deserts, forests, meadows, seashores, even (with a little imagination) urban areas (in which case they become piles of rubble). 

I use stand-alone pieces to liven up a gaming table. Is your desert or forest dull? How about if you put a fort right in the middle of it? Or try a crashed spaceship, an alien temple, or something similar. Stand-alone pieces also make great objectives.

As I mentioned in the introduction, what you're going to see here is not meant to be high-quality, “realistic,” or  “artistic.” It's stuff that's good enough for your garage or rec room, something you can slap together fairly quickly and set your beer bottle or can of soda on when you invite the guys over for some brutality. Pretty it ain't, but it is functional, durable, and cheap to make. 

Here are some pieces I've either completed or I'm working on:

Fighting Tiger Bunker #1 (Chaos Bunker)
Fighting Tiger Bunker #2 (“Dark Eldar” Bunker)
Imperial Fort
Stone bridge

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