The Hobbit: Terrain   1 comment

Terrain for the Hobbit (Lord of the Rings) Themed Games

I have made some terrain for the games to be played using various rules: from the the Hobbit / Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game (Games Workshop) to War of the Rings, Impetus and Song of Blades.

First of all check out the Modular Terrain boards and the Goblin Town sections respectively.

Here are some more items I have worked on in early 2013 to celebrate the release of The Hobbit; an unexpected journey.  This is a mix of new pieces.  Some are inspired by the original movies, with pieces from Thomarillin.  So there are Argonath style statues, fallen Kings and statues inspred by the Valar and Silmarillion.  Also there is a ruined building, perhaps a Temple or municipal building inspired by images of Dale in the scenes when the Dragon attacks.

Posted March 3, 2013 by wargamesdiary

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