Scatter Terrain

As I mentioned in the Tabletopwelt forum at the beginning of the month, I've been working a bit with some terrain I've started. These two scatter terrain pieces were originally intended for Gaslands, but since I play quite a lot of settings where sandy terrain occurs, they can actually be used for almost any system.

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I also made extensive use of tufts from Gamers Grass and realized that not all grass is the same. Originally I wanted to use these tufts to decorate other Greek models for Mortal Gods, but as you can see, the Swamp Tufts from Gamers Grass and Army Painter are very different.

Scatter Terrain

Nevertheless, I had the opportunity to experiment a lot. I noticed that the large 8mm grass tufts are not suitable for models on 25 or 32mm bases, because they take up too much space at once.

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The die-cut Agaves, on the other hand, created quite a nice effect. They are much shinier than on the package pictures, but if you were to use a whole bunch of them on a piece of terrain, it probably wouldn't be too noticeable.

The quantity, however, is an issue where I feel slightly short-changed - for 5,35€ I actually expect 70 plants in the pack not 70 actual Agave leaves. That's what it says on the package, but putting two or three sheets of agave plants in the package wouldn't be a problem.

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All in all, I am satisfied with the terrain pieces. Below you can see a picture with a mini, so that you can estimate the size. Of course, the classic Victrix Greeks are also classic 28mm in size, not the now established 32mm, if you mainly play GW systems.

Scatter Terrain

I enjoyed tackling a comparatively simple project that can be used in a variety of ways. What are your favorite mini terrain pieces? Show them to us with a little snapshot!


Greetings from the Chaosbunker


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