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Where can i get a hold of some of that nifty Necrumunda terrain. You know, the ones with the bulkheads and walkways.
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I'd recommend to build it on your own. I have started some pieces already some time ago, but was only able to post some early WiPs of smaller things. Building bigger structures is not as hard as you would think and it's pure fun, you can built whatever you want. This makes your table unique and you can build what you need for your games.
I will post pics when I have some. This will actually be in about two weeks... so if anyone else has motivational pictures, post them please.
Anyway, I'd try to build something and if you realise it's not what you wanna do, you can still buy everything.
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I just checked thru the new bits book. It looks like they discontinued the sprue your looking for. So I guess your stuck with trying to get old boxed sets from Ebay.
You could also use the new 40k building sets to good effect as well.....it might even be cheaper in the long run.
I tend to use ALL of my cityfight terrain when we play necromunda. I clutter a 4x4 as much as I can.
Such a cool game.
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The old bulkheads often came with the Outlander's suppliment, so searching for that would be a good start. You can still get the plastic bulkheads from GW however, and they can be found here. The card bits are easy to make youself - just grab some plasticard, cut it to look like panels/floor tiles etc and slot it into the bulkheads after painting it.
There are plenty of alternatives to Necromunda scenery though. Often these are MUCH cheaper than the GW varieties, and the particluar kits I've linked to below are snap-fix style, meaning you can change them around between games if you want. Links:
Dont forget that making your own scenery is often the best way. Make sure it is tall, and that you have plenty of walkways between towers and buildings and you'll have brilliant Necromunda terrain for very little money.