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I have been building up a table that is mostly forest and hills for the last little while. I wanted a wilderness table because it can easily be used for almost any game system.
But here's my problem. I'd really like to add a little bit of 40k feel without blowing away the flexibility of the terrain. So I thinks to meself "Self, you should build some ancient ruins".
What I'm looking for is some ideas on making some really ancient ruins (probably eldar) that have long since been reclaimed by nature. I'm looking for a similar feel to the ancient lizardman ruins that you often see in WD and the like, only more ancient eldar.
If anybody knows where I can get pics or drawings of ancient eldar archetecture from before the craftworlds I'l really appreciate it. Thanks.
"It was a magnificent display of trained and disciplined valour, and its assault failed of success because dead men can advance no further"Originally Posted by rat of vengence
-refering to the Royal Newfoundland Regiment at Beaumont-Hamel after they took 90% casualties in the assault
I reckons anything they use for Elves in fantasy would probably be a good bet + add in some big red gems