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Name your best household item you have used as terrain or would. (no modifications).
Last edited by zippy; December 5th, 2008 at 20:28.
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I'll stick with an old classic: the book/dvd hill/building.
The spring from a dead pen(I have a lot of these things in a box) to be used as razor wire.
I think that wins.
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Once when I was teaching my step-son to play 40k I used some Fruitloops that had fallen on the table at breakfast as cover.
Nobody had bothered to clean them up after breakfast was done so they had dried to the table. Instead chipping them off and cleaning the table up I just went ahead and had my Guardsmen use them to their tacticle advantage.
Last edited by clevelandexpress; December 7th, 2008 at 05:30.
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I tend to use proper terrain when it can be helped, but the closest thing to household items that I recall was at a friend's place, using paper with words like "lake" and "forest" written on them. Now that I think of it, we did use an egg tray as a forest. My opponent sprung the green knight on me and wanted as much forest as possible. In hindsight, not the wisest idea against WEs.
My dwarfs died defending their mining cave (an empty tin can turned on its side)
my favourite has been 2 bubble guns put end to end to make a nice sci-fi'y arch
and gaining access to the architecture department late at night and using all the old abandoned models as terrain, blood angels vs tau in a perfectly to scale sports complex was awesome.
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