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[Kickstarter] Metro Morph: Terrain

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Charlo

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Just stumbled across this, seems really good for the price!

 

Fully modular terrain for Necromunda/ Kill Team/ 40k/ 30k/ Zone Mortalis etc

 

https://www.kickstar...ard-wargaming-t


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That is perfect for Necromunda
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The 40k fluff explained to an outsider:

Some space elves got really into drugs and sex and a big scary monster got born that ate them.
A space wizard got beaten up by a guy who said he was his friend but wasn't and now he's on a life support machine and people worship him because he was super awesome.
Now there are giant men with rocket launcher machine guns and 4 hearts and are really super awesome who beat up everything.
Also there's a bunch of aliens but they don't really do anything and aren't as cool as the rocket machine gun super men, so who cares?

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And cheap too! Very attractive.
Cinema itself is a trick of time — still pictures passed through a focused beam of light at 24 frames per second. We are reminded of that in La Jetée...

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Bev'an

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Looks like the old card bastion style stuff from second edition





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