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so i just looked at some tables and i didnt like some of them but i do like the whole urban warfare thing. so i decided to do a construction site theme. im planning on having a frame work of a building in the center. with cranes,trucks, steel beams,piping, and boulders as terrain. what do you all think and do you have any suggestions about how to make cranes and dump trucks. thanks
Sounds like a good idea to me; maybe go for a Cities of Death/Cityfight board. Cranes and dump trucks are easy -- just head to the nearest Toys R' Us or whatever and get something relatively scaled, prime it black and paint it all 40k-ish.Originally Posted by OrkyMcOrk
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thats a good idea i didnt think of thanks for the input
But realistically, when has there been a time on a war battleground to rebuild? Wouldn't there be limitless distractions as they rebuild along with the bombing raids? Maybe it was started before a war broke out but even in this galaxy they should know about the countless millenia of warfare happening around them. Just my opinion though, go right ahead with it, at least its innovative.
Toys R Us
its where i got this crane for 20.00 odd US dollars:
it came with a wheeled Escavator, Front Loader, Concrete Truck, and a Dump Truck. among plastic rocks, cones, toy guys and the like that the kids got.
not to mention the crane has a wireless remote with it. untill someone poured in the resin and glued the crane to the table but we wont name names here.
and for the vehicles the scale was pretty close.
Last edited by Orcdom; June 18th, 2006 at 04:42.
thanks i think ill have to go buy one now.
its all yellow in the box, blue backing