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I'm very tempted as it folds up nicely and gives me a nice set of configurable boards to set up games with the kids. However, given the price, I wanted to get a sense from other people who have bought it whether they're happy with it or not.
i have been thinking about it since i have seen a few places selling it online for under $200. there are enough threads and pictures around on various forums to from an opinion on. it is sturdy and very detailed. it is heavy and fits in the case fine with some bubblewrap to protect the pieces. the only complaint i have heard is the clips can be a pain to use.
May the "Nurgley Goodness" protect you!
I played an apocalypse game on one and was really impressed. Its solid, looks good, fits into a bag and was pretty easy to take apart. If you get one, make sure you varnish it after flocking otherwise it goes everywhere during dissasembly.
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And for Christ's sake, don't forget the internal pocket!
It looks really nice, and is of great quality. But you would kinda expect that at the cash you are putting out for it... I remain indifferent to it. Also, all the skulls over the board is kinda a turn off I think. A bit OTT.
My local GW store hate the skull pits too and showed how easy they are to convert by covering one with sand and painting - the odd skull still shows through, but it's mostly sand, and it looks much nicer. They also turned one into an ice board, and when they created an ice effect over the top of the skulls it also looked much nicer.
Moral of the story is to cover/hide the skulls as they come and they look a lot better
Still way too expensive for me though. I am in the fortunate position of renovating my house and the old insulation boards behind the wall are the same size as the game boards and perfect for conversion into modular terrain boards
Insulation foam is where it's at when it comes to creating boards. They're quite cheap and makes for a great base for building a board. All the cool boards you see on the Internet or in magazines are made from insulation foam and once you got the proper approach they are not that hard to work with.
I got one for christmas, it looks good (although the skulls will go). Insulation foam tables would be great if I could find pink or blue foam, it impossible! (besides this GW table is tough, the bag it comes in on the other had aint)